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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1897)
Drill is llio principal tiling, ihereforo drill.
Hereafter the profs will report for drill.
This depiiitmont has silently waited, in vain, for
the resurrection of the onclimc popular "girls' De
buting Clubs-" Do our co-eds lack thy ontcrprisu
of former years?
Oil whore are all the (1. 1). C's
And where is all the clatter,
Forensic scraps and chewing gum
That graced our Alma Mater,
In thoo Arcadian days of old
When Vesta Gray was young?
Ami Edna Bullock's youthful arm
The sounding gavel swung
Thoe palmy daja, when 'Li.uboth Field
And Hilly Cathor, too,
Could chew the parliamentary rag
Till there wa none to chew.
Time was when the University of Nebnwka had a
yell; time was. when that yell witi heard often as
once or l ice a year, at least. How is it nowadays?
We hear tins yell of every club
The yell of every frat
But let us hour the Uni yell
To tell us whore we're at.
VnivorsHy 1 1 WoNloyim O.
.ast Saturday the University football team de
feated ten mcthodists and one high school man by
tho score of 11 to 0. The game was one of tho most
lisile.ss-, spiritless and unexciting games ever played
in Lincoln. In the first place Wosloyan came down
Satu day morning saying tliat several of their men
were unable to play and that -In- would not play un
less Coach Thomas was allowed to play. This
our inter collegiate relations would not permit us
to do. But our management could not afford to de
clare off the game with only three hours notice, so
it was agiced that tho mothodists might play Bull,
a high school man, and further tli.it the game was
not to decide the state; championship.
Tho following was the line-up j
A-iiionjLr tlie (Jreelis.
Burt Whedon will give a party to the 111 Delta
Thetasand their friends Friday night.
Pi Beta Phi added four new members to its roll
Monday night. They were Miss McGuhey, of Lin
coln, Miss Sedgwick, of York, and the two Miss
Dorringtous, of Falls City.
The Sigma Chi boys have moved into a Chapter
House at MSI 11 Street.
The l'i Beta Phi fraternity will give a Halloween
party ut tho homo of Miss Darluen Woodward, Sat
urday evening. It will be an informal gathering as
only a Halloween party can be.
The pleasure of doing good in an expenditure that
will bring its own reward lor what pleasure can be
greater than u know that somewhere a ray of sun
shine has been Hashed into a sad, son-owing heurtV
That is tho mission that "Olo Olson" is performing
this season throwing searchlight Hashes of wit and
humor at an antidote for the blues, with the result
thai it fills theatres everywhere with audiences loud
in praises of the sninpt nous surroundings given tho
revival. The comedy has never been interpreted
13 us clever a coiiipuuy as now ami the specialties
lire oct-ptionully meritorious. The bicycle race
seems to be the most mnguotie feature for at every
performance the audience actually goes wild with
enthusiasm. At the Lansing Thuntre, Monday Nov 1.
Benedict Loft end Fitehio
Stringer Left tackle Dunn
Hansen Left guard Blew
Herbert Center Stull
Turner Kight guard Kingsbury
Pcaro ' Right tu"kle Mason
Wiggins Bight end Lemon
Cowgill Quarter back Stevenson
Schwartz, Bight h-df Im-1; Cnver
Williams Left half back Bull
Shedd Full back Erviu
The game consisted of fifteen minute halvo. Tho
fust half consisted of anything but brllHnt play.
The only lent tire- were injuries. Both Inre and
Kingsbury received quite serious lnjnHo-i. 1 'curse
was compelled to retire, Mougonicry taking his
place. Time was called witli the ball on Ncbi-aska's
Both sides gingered up a little in the second half.
Wesley an Kicked off thirty yard-,, a 'id the University
returned it to her 'JO yard line. Shedd went through
the Methodist's line for eight yanls. Gains of live,
three and ten yaids followed. Schwartz, curried ihe
ball around tho right end lor nearly a iiOyaid gain.
Seviral slow j.ains followed. Shedd pushed the ball
through center for len yards, Benedict aiound tho
end for eight. Twice mom Shedd wont through
Wesleyan's center, carrying tliM ball over the' line
and kicking goal. Scorn 1 to 0
Wesleyan kicked oil'. Nobruwkn returned the bull
nearly to her 2f yard Hue. Schwartz, and Carver
divided honors. Nebraska gamed twenty yards by
punting. Shedd took the ball through enter. Cow
gill advanced it slightly. Nebraska ajiain took tho
b.tll on Wosloyuu's pnut. slow gains took tho ball
within thirty-live yards of Wesleynn's goal. '1 hen
came the feature of the came. Tne ball was punted
to cowgill and he kicked goal from center. Time
wn called a few' seconds later. Scure 11 to 0.
Best table board $2.00 at V2 0 T St.
Uugg Be sine and give it a trial
Mra. S. K.
Tomorrow evening the P. B. D. C. debate the
question, Kosolvod that the U. S. put a speedy end
to the Cubun War.
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