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THE : TTftftPERIAN
Foa Jiixli Oulloolc.
Manager A. A. Bisohof of the foot ball team
kindly furnished the Hesperian with a report
of foot ball matters. Mr. Robinson, the last
year coach is studying law in the east and is
unable to consider a proposition to return as
coach. There have been several applicants
for this position all of whom are well known
foot ball men and have a high standing among
D. L. Full of Brown University has been
highly recommended by Kobinson but his
terms are very high. Luciau Stacy of Ft.
Leavenworth, Kansas, is also an applicant,
lie is lieutenant in the U. S. army and an old
player at West Point where he filled the place
of end and half back. F. H. Yost of West
Virginia university and a member of the U.
of W. V. '04 and '05 team is also being con
sidered. Mr. Yost is a large fellow 5 feet
1 1 inches in height and weighs 100 pounds.
He has excellent recommendations from
players on the eastern teams. There has been
no action taken yet in regard to electing a
coach and the very best man will be secured
when a choice is made. 'The foot hall. pros
peels in the U. of X. are more promising for
the coming year than they have ever been
The foot ball association is out of debt and
starts in with a new management which could
not be strengthened. Mr Bischof graduates
this year in the Academic College and will
return next fall to take Junior law. He is
energetic and a favorite among the business
men of the city as well as college students.
With such a man as manager there is no
doubt of the Success of the coming season.
The schedule of games which have so far
been arranged is as follows:
Oct. 8 Xebraska vs Iowa State College,
(Ames) at Lincoln. Oct. 22 Nebraska vs.
Win. Jewell College, (Liberty, Mo.) at Kan
sas City. Oct. 24 Nebraska vs. Missouri
Slate University.at Columbia, Mo. Oct. 29
Nebraska vs. Grinnell College, at Lincoln.
Nov. 5 Nebraska vs. Kansas State Univer
sity, at Lawrence, Kans. Nov. 7 Nebraska
vs. Kansas City Medics, at Kansas City, Mo.
Nov. 24 Nebraska vs. Iowa State University.
The game will bo played either at Lincoln or
at Council Bluffs, Iowa.
There will also be games arranged with
Universities of Minnesota and Wisconsin, and
they will probably be plaj'ed on our campus
about the middle of November. No arrange
ments have been made with Wesley an or
Tarkio yet. Knox College is anxious to play
the U. of N. here but no arrangements have
IIii Beta. TCiippa. Orator. '
The Phi Beta Kappa orator for commence
ment week this year is to be Edward W. Em
erson, of Massachusetts, the only liviug son
of Ralph Waldo Einerrou. He is a Harvard
graduate and is a man of versatile tastes and
attainments. He is well known as an author,
speaker, physician, painter and lecturer. He
holds a degree from the Harvard Medical
School, but gradually withdrew from the prac
tice of medicine to study art. He has pub
lished much and lectured much on various
literary and artistic subjects. The Phi Beta
Kappa society is fortunate in securing him for
he will prove interesting as a speaker, not
only because of his own personality and at
tainments but because of his father's name.
The Heuior Liiwm,
Among the Senior laws, E. C. Ames, Ernest
Folson, C. H. Imhoff, L. M. Troupe and B.
W. Wilson expect to remain in Lincoln to
practice, C. E. Babbitt is undecided, J. A.
Brown will likely locate in South Dakota,
Hal Bush will practice with his father at Be
atrice, J. D. Dcnison may locate at Vermil
lion, South Dakota, L. B. Oreen "can't de
cide," J. II. Grosvenor will practice in Ham
ilton county, W. A. Hansen will likely go to
Omaha, C. E. Hurley will hang up his shin
gle in Idaho, V. 0. Johnson is undecided, J.
H. Kemp will sta' in the west, J. C. Lyndes
will practice in Montana, H. E. Saekett may
return to take acedemic work, J. L. Wallace
will lpcate at Cripple Creek, L. S. Wilson
will practice at Red Cloud. The rest of the
class have nothing in view or have gone to
Will Strock has just taken final examina
tions. He will start soon for Colorado where
he will spend the summer.
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