The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, November 07, 1899, Page 2, Image 2

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JUNIORS LOSE THE GAME.
The junior and Bonlor clnsscs of the
university had their nnnunl struggle
on the gridiron Thursday nfternoon,
which ended in a victory for tho
seniors with a score of 5 to 0. For a
while it seemed that tho juniors would
gain tho victory. During the entire
first half the ball only onco crossed
Into the junior's field.
In the second half tho tables were
turned. Tho seniors by successive lino
lionents territory and twice had the
ball within the five-yard lino, but
losing tho ball on downs, were forced
back on tho field again by punts from
tho juniors. Near the end of the sec
ond half the seniors succeeded in set
ting a touchdown, but failed to kick
the goal, the kick being blocked by the
juniors. Andreson made several larfe
gains by end runs, and Llebman car
ried the ball through the juniors' lino,
making good gains. It wad a typical
day for football. The crisp north
wind furnished the players with just
enough ginger and energy to play
lively ball.
Ot 2:30 o'clock tho gridiron was cov
ered with tho opposing classes, each
coaching their teams and' following
them up and down the field as they
lined up for signals.
The game began with a kick-off by
the juniors. The seniors got the ball
and by a forty-yard ond run by Andre
son crossed into the junior territory,
but on account of fumbling they lost
the ball and were forced back by lino
rushes from the juniors.
The remainder of the first half was
played in senior territory, and when
time was called the ball was on the
fifteen yard line, the score standing
0 toO.
The seniors kicked off at the begin
ning of the second half and got the
ball within the junior 'wenty-yard
line. After twice getting ball in
side tho junior's five-yard line and be
ing forced back, Llebman succeeded in
making a touchdown.
On kicking goal the ball was dropped
to the ground and the juniors rushed
and blocked the kick. The juniors
kioked-off again and when time for the
second half was called the ball was
near the center of the field.
It was a hard-earned victory for tho
Honiors. They had a stronger lino, but
lost much through fumbling.
Line-up was as follows:
Senior. Junior.
Hummel c c Hewitt
Garringor r. g. r. g. McOlenaghan
fioiso 1. g i. g. Donvan
Sampson r. t r. t. Hawley
Root 1. t j, t. Doubt
Andreson r. e r. c. McGeachin
Hurger 1. e l. o. Berry
Liebmann r. h r. h. Chambers
Waterman.. 1.. h 1. h. Swallow
Heath -f f. Weasel
Edgerton q q. Benedict
Ofllcials: Hooper, rofereo; Koehler,
umpire; Cortelyou and Morgan, time
keopers; Melcher and "Wood, linesmen.
DEAF MUTES FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Tho nation's capital claims probably
the most remarkable football team In
the country. Tho team's signals aro
given without tho uttoranco of a word
or sound, although they aro of the
most approved and complex kind. All
signalling Is done by motions of the
hands, arms and head. The team is
composed entirely of deaf and dumb
mutes, organized at tho Government
Institute for tho Deaf and Dumb,
known as Gallaudet College.
Tho students are especially fond of
athletics, and always turn out strong
teams in all branches of sports under
taken. The football team Is an ex
ceptionally strong eleven this year and
would prove very formidable against
any college team it might meet outside
of the "big four."
CADET APPOINTMENTS.
Tho following promotions and trans
fors in tho cadot battalion were an
nounced Friday ovenln: First Lieu
tenant C. E. Williams transferred to
Company B: First Lieutenant A. H.
Moore transferred to Company C;
First Sergeant H. A. Tukey appointed
Hcrgeant-major, vlco Ranoy, resigned;
Sergeant II. J. Kllng, first sergeant,
vice Tukey, promoted; Sergeant C. H.
Abbott, second sergeant, Company A,
vice Klingo, promoted; Sergeant L. J.
Marsh, appointed fourth sergeant,
Company A, vice .Tones, promoted;
Sergeant R. W. Jones, appointed third
sergeant, Company A, vlco Abbott,
promoted ; Privates C. A. Crane and D.
11. Hansen appointed corporals in Com
pany C. The announcement of cor
porals for tho Pershing rifles is ex
pected to be made Thursday evening.
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You Want the Finest
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Crane's, Weston's.Whatman's.
History Paper
All sizes and varieties.
Lead Pencils
All kinds. Try the Blaisdell
paper covered pencil, fc.
A full line of
Fountain Pens
Waterman, Remix, and Lake
side. Wholesale Prices on the Lnkcslde fountain Pen
University Book Co.
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Class Style.
THE MODEL
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Special attention given to students We
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Popular Prices-
Students Especially Invited to Call.
R. 8 G. BARBER SHOP
1144 O Street.
Francis Bro's
Capital Cafe
121 NORTtt 1lt.li STREET.
Oysters, Fisli and Game in Season,
15c. Meals our Specialty.
Open All Night.
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Laundry
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