The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 12, 1896, Page 10, Image 10

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T H K 11 R R I1 K K 1 A N
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left. There are some of the strongest
players on the medic team the boys ever
rubbed up against. Those who saw the
game say the boys played their best foot
ball. ' '
Eleven husky seniors bit the dust before
the giant juniors on Wednesday. , Coach
Robinson was referee and Shedd umpire,
while Garrett, Jones and several others
lined in. The crowd hindered as usual,
spoiling several runs. The teams were
very evenly matched and for a longtiine
it seemed as if neither would score. ,. j
The features of the game were end runs
by Bliss, Corey and Shrove; line buck
iug by Kindlor: and general coaching
bv outsiders. There was considerable
wrangling over allowing alleged players
on the 'Varsity eleven to line up.
The Juniors will play the winners of
the Freshman Sophomore game. The
picture of the winning team will appear
iu the Annual.
Laboratory Echoes.
Mr. H. A. Senter, a graduate of the
Chemical Department of the University,
has passed the examination for the de
gree of Doctor of Philosophy with honor
at Heidelberg, Germany. The Univer
sity is quite proud of her new doctor.
Dr. Senter will remain in Germany until
June. He will visit several universities
and will post himself in technological
matters generally. Sugar manufactories
will receive his special attention. )
The following wore eloctod mombors of
the American Chemical Society, Nov. 5:
Active, Miss Mary Fossler; Associate,
Fred C. Cooley, Frank S. Culver, Benton
Dales, George Heimroil, Eva O'Sullivan,
M. E. Hiltner, Helen Lunger, H. 0.
Parmalee and R. W. Thatcher. Nebraska
now, has a' membership of twenty-five'in
that society the largest membership of
any state west of the Mississippi.
Mrs. Handy of Plattsmouth visited her
son Charles this week.
Fred Kuhlman may be seen riding a
bicycle as a result of,the income from his
beet crop.
S. A. Davis of Plattsmouth was visit
ing his daughter Miss Margaret Davis
last Thursday.
Prof. H. H Nicholson will address the
beet sugar convention at Grand Island
November 16.
The name of Miss McGuffy was pro
posed for membership to Union society
last Friday night.
Daniel Rich '96 and bride received
congratulations from university students
last week during their visit here.
Chancellor MacLoan will address the
Southwestern Teachers' Association at
Oxford on the evening of November 27.
Last Monday night Prof. Fling spoke
at the home of Miss Stewart, East Lincoln
l.efore the P. E. 0. on "The Significance
of the Middle Ages."
Prof. Fling will deliver a lecture on
"Method of Teaching History" before
the Southwestern Teacher' 'Association
at Oxford on Nov 27th.
Remember the dates of tho preliminary
debates. November 12, 13 and 14. Let
us have some enthusiasm shown in de
bates as well as in foot-ball.
The U. B. D. C. have accepted a chal
lenge from Doane college for another
series of joint debates this year. A com
mittee has been appointed to make full
Cards are out announcing the wedding
of Miss Lilian Schoftold and Mr., Robert
son, to occur Wednesday 18th, at Colon,
Neb. Miss Scholield was in school last
year and a member of the Delian society.
She has many friends here who join in
wishing her much happiness.