The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 22, 1897, Page 9, Image 9

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    THE : ILlSSriflRIAN
serves hot (or attention than it, is at. present
receiving. AVe have players sufficient in num
bers and quality to makeup a vigorous ele
ment in the "University Athletics. Let tlie
organiatisn ho revived; lot a little loyalty go Guarantee their goods to you at the low-
ui i vim game and put u. on a par with our
other physical pastimes.
The student who attends a literary society
simply -when it is conducive to his or her
'pleasure is often the student who aspires to
"run" things. As a mutter of self preserva
tion the societies should adopt a policy of
ridding itself ol such influence The student
est possible prices
Give us a call and bo convinced
1220 o street.
Ground and set at 118 So. 13th Kb-ant-.
who wants everything from the society, and Charges Reasonable.
who is incapable or unwilling to give any- Work Guaranteed.
thing in return, is not the one to lead. j- tj "RROWN
The athletic board adjourned last. Saturday As we said before Charles B. Gregory has
coal to burn and at low prices. Studonts
please call and see our stock.
Chas. B. Gregory
U. of N. '91, doaler in coal, coke, wood.
Office 1100 0 St. Phone 343
Yards 14 and Y . Ph one 488
Refracting Optician
Weak and Strained Eyes Successfully Fitted.
No Atropine, No Lost Time.
1300 O St. Lincoln, Neb.
without electing a lmsc ball manager. )oth
base ball manager and track manager will bo
elected tomorrow. The IIi:sim:uian believes
that the board can be trusted to select men
Tor the plaees who are not the tools of some
tactions, who are not compelled to make
weekly visits to the ollieo of the registrar, but
who are representative men and who stand
head and shoulders above the "sporty" ele
ment which at one time controlled Univer
sity athletics.
The football game between Tarkio and the
University last Monday did much in the way
of creating student interest in foot ball. In
the tirst place the new students were shown
the meaning of college spirit. The yells and
enthusiasm were scarcely lessened by the un
favorable atmospheric conditions. The old
students became more enthusiastic because of
the unexpected strength of the team. The
team has generally been considered light, and
the result at Ames made us fear that it lack
ed good training and systematic work. But
such is not the case. In Turner, Hanson,
and Herbert, wo have strength and weight.
In Schwartz, "Wiggins, and Stringer we have
agility and head work. In Shedd and May
wood wo have two "all round" men who can
scarcely bo equalled in the western league.
The prospect for a strong team could not bo
better! Student interest is on the increase!!
The pennant is already in sight!!!
First National Bank
Ijlnooln, TlraHlcn.
CAPITAL - 8 100,000.00
John I,. Cut-ami, Pronlilout, . i). Mulr, CiiHhler.
II, D. Kruoumn Ass't Cunhlur.
Dont Experiment.
Get the best in the first place.
nml Poimtntn Tonw
You want thu UENTUHY. Prioo $2 mid up
Ask your agent to show them to you
Century Pein (Jo
Whitewater, Whwiui-in.