The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, September 24, 1897, Image 10

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.ger Oury, if you please. It
ceded that Captain Shcdd is
in the right place. Wiggins
. old plaee at Kight end. Coach
. expected back some time next
.lore is still some hopes that Peerless
arpe will be in the game. Turner
i week he wouldn't be in the game,
eek he said he didn't know. Next
he has agreed to don a uniform and
the boys a fiing. or two about the game,
fansen will be a stronger man on the team
.is year than he was last. He is gingering
.p and rapidly losing his slowness and awk
wardness. Hansen is sure to be one of the
great football players of the west this year
Benedict, Shcdd and J'earse will hold down
their old positions. These three with Wig
gins, Turner and Hansen make six old men
back on the team. Besides Orlie Thorpe or
Harry .Jones may show up later. Cowgill,
last year a substitute, is showing up well. He
will bo a strong candidate for Quarter. String
er is almost certain to get a place on the team
He is quick, well built and heavy. Last year
he played on the Beatrice high school team
Swart', and Hart are doing work. Swart, is a
trifle light "Yes," Said Manager Oury to a
Hksi'KUIAN representative, "Coach Robinson
will be back. We expect him back next week.
"This, '.'added the hot manager, "means much
to the M)7 foot ball team. Coach Knhinson
was here last year and-he knows the team and
its needs better than any one else."
Kev. Dunning will address the Y. M. 0. A.
Sunday afternoon.
The Chancellor will receive members of the
faculty to-morrow evening at his home.
.J oh. Sargent will not be back for a mouth.
He is at Montello, Wisconsin working with a
surveying party.
The joint reception of the Y. M. and Y.
W. C. A. was well attended and a decided
success. Tin evening was spent in a good
social chat and getting acquainted.
A. S. Harding who took his degree of A. M.
in American History last year now holds a
position in Brookings S. I) as associate pro
fessor in history and political science.
The annual opening faculty recital of the
university school of music was given Wed
nesday evening by Mrs. Will Owen .Jones,
'.Miss 'Marion Treat and the Hagonows, The
chapel was tilled and the numbers of Mrs,
.'Jones and Miss Treat enthusiaHtieally received.,.
Students if you want your shoes made to
order, or if von want vour shoes repaired, go
to. I. II. Pet'tit, HMO St. All work guaran
teed. Tim UiUvurtfili. the only embossed tablet
with the University of Nebraska letter head
to be had onlv at Herpolsheimer & "Co's.
Book Bep't.
The latest Street Car Time Table, free at
(Jardners Tailor Shop. Will make a suitor a
pair of pants almost as cheap as ready made.
Suits pressed 50c, pants 15c, cleaning and re
pairing at lowest prices. Cor. J 1th and 0 St.
Work in the school of line arts will be con
tinued this year by the university afliliated
school of art under the auspices of the Haydon
Art Club. Mrs. N. S. Harwood is president
of this club. Miss Cora Parker will continue
to conduct the work. Misses Brock and Lip
pincott will assist her.
Oo You 14nf '?
If you do come where you can get the best
82.25 student board; where you donl have "to
wail for a place; where the best attention is
paid to boarders. Mrs. lloyker proprietor.
Mumford & Saekett managers.
The Albion Cafe. 425 X 10 st.
that Ohurles B. Gregory soils
the host coal for students rit
the Lowest Prices in the city,,
deliveries made promptly.
Chas. B. Gregory
TJ.'diSN. '01, dealer in coal, coko, wood',.
Office 1100 0 St. Phono 843.
Yards 14 and Y. Phone 4S8
ft iflL
may squirm, pull,
push or strugglo,
but some collars
will not fit some
shirts. Our shirts
and collars fit. Lot
us show you some.
Call and sw us
capital smarm)
A. KUUNBU, Leading
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