The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 05, 1896, Page 5, Image 5
THE HESPERIAN about Mr. Leo. You know it isn't in keeping with the dignity of a full grown college paper to say nasty things about such a gentleman as we know Mr. Lee to bo. You shouldnt do it, even if your team did score through our porky playing. But wipe away those bitter tears; and you'll learn better bye and bye. vVesleyan had plenty of raw material, decidedly raw- but if they hire Frank Crawford again next year, he may turn out a manufactured article that can play f tot-ball instead of playing lhaby." We showed raw material too; but the Theo logists out-vied us in that line by a ratio of IS to 8. Our boys go into the Kansas game as we have gone into many others handi capped by several slightly injured men who will play gritty foot-ball. The boys are going down to Kansas to play the jnii. hul it will be a hot fight for them. Burts, a law school man, has been playing at loft half this week; and he bucks well. Hois just a little slow on tackling. Thursday, Nov. 5, the Butte team passed through. They were expecting a guiiK with us; but for Mome reason, we don't seem to be able to play them. Not that wo don't want the game; but we aTe loing a rushing business and it is hard to tind a day for them. They are stal wart looking fellows; and Budd Jones play's right tackle. Budd is one of their most etheriai men, but he plays the same aid game. It seemed good to have him tfivo one of those angelic smiles of his nl crush our hand in his dainty white one. The Junior-Senior foot-ball game will probably bo played next Wednesday p. in. 'Hie lineup has not yet been fully decided but will probably be something as fol low JlWIOKS l'OSITION SKNIOUS Bliss loft end Pillabury Moore loft tackle Rickets Ferot left guard Amnierson Stolson center Rheagtiu Cushman right guard Jargesou Mueller light tackle Doubrave l.'oroy right end Shrove Morrison quarter Hedge McKay, Capt right half McMichael Reedy left half Kuhlmau Kiudlcr full back Saxon Laboratory Echoes, The meeting of the Nebraska section of the American Chemical society last Friday evening was well attended. ' In teresting papers were read by Rosa Bouton and T. L. Lyon. Word was received at the University Saturday Mr Samuel Avery of the Chemical department had passed the ex amination at Heidelberg, Germany for the degree of doctor of Philosophy multo cum laude The following was cabled to the now doctor Saturday evening. Lincoln, Oct. 81, '9b Congratulations. Signed, T. L. Lyon Benton Dales Rosa Bouton John White R. S. Hiltner Ada Quaintance H. C. Parmaleo C. H. MacLean H. H.. Nicholson Mary Fossler Martin Hiltner R. VV. Thatcher G. W. Heinrod E. (J. Elliot i'S: Watch for the red light on the Qui. next Saturday night. You can't get better $2.00 board in the city than at Boomer's club, 524 N 12th street. Over the rostrum in Bohannon's hall last Tuesday night hung a banner in scribed Bryan Silver Veteran, enlisted for life. Among those under this banner wore Otto Wm. Mair and brother, Mr. Burleigh, Mr. Pierson and others promi nent in Bryan's campaign.