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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1897)
The footTm If hoys won't over into Town 'last
'Friday rolfiJftmo witth Amos. The -score
was 10 to Oiin favor of Ames but it was a fine
game one that our boys have no occasion to
1)0 ashamed of. Auies mafic, one 'touch-down
inoaclrbjttfcbaadr. sho earned tliom "both. Tt
was jio'Snrfjl Amos lias a heavy 'team. Tier
ooritoi' and 'ftv'o. guards weigh six hundred and
sisfty pounds. All three of 'thorn are big fol
lows 'likc'lTanson and Turner. They 'have
boe'nftwiiiting since .luly while our 'hoys 'have
practically only commenced. "Nebraska was
somewhat weak in team work. The 'men
have not worked together long enough to
!hitfvo that rilw!k-Work rpreoision -whicih always
wins. Interest in football is 'manifestly in
creasing. 'Crowds of students gathorto watch
(the practice; the numbor of warriors who don
the armor and sally forth to "buck against"
the first eleven is constantly increasing.
'Within the last week, the grounds Inrve
been worked over into pretty good shape 'for
'the coming games, tip to the present "time
the games scheduled for the team at 'Lincoln
are as 'follows: Tarkio College, 'Got. 1(5; Wes
lyunGct. 28; Missouri, Got. HO; AVeslcyun,
undetermined; Ames, Nov. (5, (conditional;)
Kansas, Nov. 'Iff. The Thanksgiving game
with Town will beiplayed at Omaha as usuall.
(Dr. 'Hustings has made arrangements 'by
'whidh men may receive credit for athletic
"work. There will be a class in 'trade work
throughout the year. Tt will 'be 'hold onto!'
doors when the weather is suitable.
A'hout twenty men have taken holflof the
track team work. The 'Fresh. -Hojih. contest
will come oil in a'boutten days. Donne'sohnl
lougo is still in-the hands of a committee. (Ft
Will iprObubly be accepted.
The members of the frcshmani(ilnssmot last
Friday and organized and clouted 'dflieers 'for
;Ohe first semester. The following officers
won ole.(it!d: President, A.C. ;Lee; vice presi
dont, Mr. 'Grimm; treasurer, Lewis'OJoodwill;
secretary, Mr. Me'Law. 'Clommitteeson A.t'.h
l(iti(js, 'by-laws and constitution wore ap
pointed. Wosterfidld Iiiib mot nioveil. 'Me is still lmt
117N l.'lth St.nnu is giving the latest style
in hair cuts.
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