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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1898)
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Hill (Capt.) - Forward
Andresos W. E. Guard
Andreson R. D.
day afternoon and "resulted in the defeat of the for
mer, the score being 10 to 5. The line up was:
Officers Referee, Stcbbins; Umpires, Clements
Physical examinations will be given to base ball
men this week and next.
Bill' Mel ford has begun practicing throwing in
the armory. He is expected to be one of the crack
pitchers of the '03 ball team.
Dr Hastings is considering the publication of an
Athletic Annual in which will be given all the events
records etc. This will give an impetus to athletics
and should be heartily supported by all students.
The University championship basket ball games
have been scheduled. The iirst took place last
Tuesday evening. The remaining games will be
played on Monday and Wednesday evenings of next
Manegcr Dcnison is in correspondauce with nearly
every prominent western institution on the subject
of games. He hopes to arrange an oarly southern
trip and a later eastern trip. Some good guarantees
have already been secured.
The number of candidates for place on the '08
tam is exceedingly encouraging to Manager Deni.
son and Captain Gordon who are sparing no efforts
to make the coming season the most sueoessf ul in
the history of University base ball.
Indoor base ball practice will begin next week.
The University championship series will take place
the latter part of January. The games will prob
ably b scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 2(5 and Fri
day, Jan. 28. Procoedsof this indoor bane ball series
will be titled in purchasing suits.
Preliminaries for Charter day indoor exhibition is
now being held. The first contest took place last
Saturday, the erent being the standing broad jump.
The three highest contestants were, Swallow, 29 ft.
2J inches; Lemars. 27 feet U inches; W. E. Andre
son, 27 ft 6i inches. The next contest will take
place Saturday Jan. IB. Event, hop, step and jump.
The lovers of basket ball have another treat in
store. A game has been arranged between the
Omaha Y. M. C. A. team and a picked team of the
University, to be played at the gymnasium Saturday
venlngJan 15, The line up for Omaha: left for
ward, H. B. Stillson; right forward, Gus Miller;
center, A. C. Ringqucsl; left guard, J. B. Redfield
(Capt.;) right guard J. A. Monegham. Officers:
Referee, Cbtmbers; Umpires, W. M. VauArman,
Physicial Director South Omaha Y. M. C. A and F.
B. Barnes, Physical Director Omaha Y. M. C. A.
The Urii. team will deselected from athletic and
foot ball men.
V. J.. Risclioir Elected Siai.nger.
At a meeting of the Athletic Board last Siturday
A A Bischof was elected football manager for '98.
Mr. Bischof is a member of Sigma Chi ar l is espec
ially prominent in social circles. He graduates thi
year with an A. B. and will return next year to
take law. As Mr. Bischof is thoroughly a Univer
sity man and a good financier his election to this
responsible position is satisfactory to 11 football n-thusiasts
Pn.llndin.il Special Projgirnm.
The Palladian society will give a special program
this evening in the University chapel. It will be in
the tiaturc of a farce, written by William Dean
Howclls. The name of the farce i 'The Unexpected
Dr. Lawton -Mrs
Mr. Bomis, Sr. -Mr.
The University public is
present. No admission will
- John H. Boose
R. C. Ropr-r
- Sadh Whitehead
- Olive Thayer
K. M. Cnshmau
Id ilia Jeffery
R. S. Hunt
W, J. Lowrie
W. L. Marsh
cordially invited to 1h
Bi'iiWu of the Doane Owl wa- & Van.
visitor Saturday. Mossrs. Brown and Christner are
rapidly making the Owl what n college papr should
'Gardner the Tailor 1ms put In a -new stock of
men's furnishing goods. If you want something
nice call and see htm, also join his Pressing Club.
So. West Cor. 11 & O.
The Phi Beta Kappa society will not have an Ini
tiation until Charter day. The five members of 'lis,
W. S. Heitzman, P. H. Russol, O. H. Martin, Mis-.
Edith Schwartz and Miss Edith Henry, will have io
wait until then to be initiated into full membership
of this organization of scholars
The Freshmen will have an informal reception l
the conservatory Friday evening Jan 21. Themeni
bersof noughty one promise to make this a reception
to be remembered. Every -effort will be made to
make this ono of the social events of the season
from a class stand point. Class spirit will be -aroused
and an excellent opportunity given to make -ac
quaintauces. In the upper parlors of the conserva
tory literary and musical numbers will bo rendered,
while the social part of the reception will be in the
rooms below. A cordial invitation is extended to
other classmen, specially to the Sophomores, to be
The very latest things is shoes 1-Jf- off Toot Form Store.
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