The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, December 10, 1894, Page 8, Image 8

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not have volume enough. But during the
rest between halves some artistic marching
was done lock-step and the song "Iowa,
Iowa, we've been thinking" made a great
It was a day never to be forgotten by
those who saw the game. Next year we'll
do it over, and go down five hundred strong.
The clean playing of the team and the gentle
manly conduct of the boys who went with
them won many friends from even our Omaha,
U-rah-rah ! U-rah-rah !
Hoo-rah! Hoo-rah!
7M CONSIDERABLE interest has been
Wl) taken m the Tennis tournament, re-Sbs-!
cently held. The young men, with
their jaunty caps, have taken their snow-shoes
and whacked the ballback and forth with
never ceasing animation, ever and anon call
ing out, "Love" of course not to the bloom
ing co-ed looking on. The coy co-ed has
worn her sweetest smile and added zest to the
youug gladiators. And th6 war is done.
Ot the four registered in' Class A, Professor
Ward wears myrtle wreaths in profusion; Mr.
Colvin is recorded victor fin class B; four be
ing in the race; of six in ;lass C, Mr. Mapes
is the lucky one; and of five in class D, Mr.
Aazen has a grin extending from Capricorn
to Halifax. '
Each of these contests,' was vigorously car
ried out and now that the respective winners
have been annm .iced the champions will
batter the hot
class allowing
is at each other, each upper
half fifteen to its next lower
would now be captain. The vote stood as
Hemming: Yont, Fair, Whipple, Oury,
Bradt, Wiggins.
Flippin: Dern, Wilson, Sweeny, Frank,
Jones, Thorpe, Duncan, Shue.
Yont started for Harvard Friday.
The battalion is now entire by uniform.
Dern has gone to Denver to enter business.
G; I. Babcock spent his vacation in the
See the Kempter Paint Co.'s "ad" in this
All the latest perfumes at Rector's phar
macy. Dr. Davis, teeth on rubber plates, nth and
O streets.
You can get a good fountain pen for $1.75
at the Co-op.
Dr. Davis, diseases of the teeth and mouth,
nth and O streets.
Union society welcomes Mr. Lien to the
company of the elect.
Miss Veda Sheppard spent a few days
with old Uni. friends during vacation.
Miss Hopper spent Thanksgiving with Miss
Merrill '93, of Sterling.
J. S. Sayer came down from Sioux City to
take in the Omaha game. V
Prof. Barber isagoing to give a course
lectures on architecture.
-f HE foot ball team met, in accordance
V with the provisions of the constitution
J of the athletic association. fnr tfi nmL
pose of electing captain. The meeting was
scheduled for room 76, but was sudden W
changed to the gun room of the gymnasium ,
reasons unknown. He.mming and Flippin
were the candidates and (the race was a close,
but for a fractured promise or two Hemming
Prescriptions accurately compounded.
1229 O St. McCall Sr Burch.
The Palladians give their annual Musicale
in the chapel Friday evening.
O. F. Lambfertson, 1203 O street, up stairs,
dentist. All work guaranteed.
See Drs. Hodgrran & McNay for first class
dental work at very low prices.