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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1897)
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The Athletic, board mot in tins ollioe of the Phy
sical Director last Saturday morning with all mem
bers present. The. report of the committee to put
the tennis association under the eontrolof the board
was adopted I he committee to revise the inter
collociato rules was continued. The hoard proceeded
to elect ollluers. The lirst formal ballot for baseball
manager resulted, Denisou (i. Hjotis-J. Hya motion
Mr. Hyous was declared assistant manager. There
weru no contests for the other ollkes. H. A. Moore
was elected track manager; U. I). Andreson assis
tant. Geo. Hurgert was upon motion made mana
ger of the tenuis association. II. 1). Laudis will he
his able assistant.
1, , m, i , Goo. Hurgert, manager of the ten-
fJSEF hi.s association '1)7. is also a member
ot the .senior class. He is a popular
Sigma I 'hi and a favorite in social
circles. To say that "Stub" is a ten-
. nis player from the ground up''
, A would be putting it too mildly for
H George is not very tall. That Mr.
Hurgert has the push and business
ability to put the defunct tennis association on its
feet no one will deny.
J. I). Deiii.s-i). the manager of the University base
ball team for 'OS. graduated fiom L'pper Iowa Uni
versity witli the class of 'tin. While an under grad
uate he twice represented his college in the Iowa
state oratorical association. Mr. Denisou always
took an active part in college affairs forensic, liter
ary and othei wise He was one of the best players
on the N. I. U. base ball team, and captain of ':.
Mr. Denisou entered U. of N. the fall of 'art. Ho
is a member of the 'l)S law class. Since coming here
Mr. Denisou has made an enviable record asa public
speaker. Last year he i ('presented Nebraska in the
Kansas debate, quit the local oratorical contest with
honors and was elected president of tlioqtate asso
ciation. His election as baseball manager will
silcnco faction; it will mean clean athletics and a
K. A. Moore, the track man
ager for '1)7-8. is a member of
the senior class. Ho is thor
oughly u University man. Ho
is loyal to ids class, a faithful
worker in the Pulladiau society
and an earnest supporter of
athletics. He has sullioiont
ability and energy to put track athletics whoioit
has never been heretofore. Like Mr. Denisou he is
the animated foe of "professionalism."
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3IiKNiiii vn. UnivM'Nil,v.
TIC.KKS TAIL TO Hi: TWISTIMI.
The first league game of the season will be played
on the campus to morrow. It promi.-es to be a haul
fought battle on the gridiron. The Missouri team
is made up largely of new men, but they are doing
line individual work, and are a husky lot of fellows.
The University team have put in a hard weeks wotk
and will astonish ihoi-o who saw the Wslojau game.
Come out and bring your shouting voice along.
Organi.id rooting will bo a feature of the game.-
The following is the line up :
Gentry H. K.
Hill K. T.
Woodson K. G.
Parker L. G.
Cramer L. T.
Perry L. K.
Hongarth Q. H.
Shepherd . II.
I lay ward
UobortMantolI will bo at the Lansing Theatre
next Thursday Nov. 4, presenting anew romance
play by W. A. Tremayne, entitled "A Secret War
rant." The scenes and action of the play take place
in Paris in 1720. The story is historical and shows
some of the intrigues of the Luxembourg during tlio
regency of the Due d'Orleans. The production will
he bcautifuliy moucted and costumed, the dio.s-es
being of that odd and picturescpie fashion which
marked the Queen Anno period. Seats on salo
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