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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1899)
AKTEU THK GAME AT UARVAKp,
T ho Yule game has heon played. The
Yale eleven won the victory. If nny
there was, and -'Harvard -men won the
bets. To play the game over again on
paper would he an unpardonable bore,
but the ame was, and still Is, a mat
ter of slicji transcendent Interest, here
In Cambridge, it may be of .interest to4
tell why and wherefore. Everything
conduced to ma.ke this year's game of
fxtraord.nary importance to the two
colleges. jS'ne fwas. defeated last year
at New Haven. iVttfV 'This year Yal
began the season with a ne.w and com
paratively green eleven. This was
made viv'dly plain to 'the graduates of
"ale by the defeat afHhe brfTids of Co
lumb a. Then rame an exhibition of
what enthusiasm can do. Coa-hes
from evei-ywhere flocked "'to New
Haven. Yalp men in Harvard law
school, old players from everywhere,
returned to their college and actually
played in the line against the 'varsity
( leven to teach them the game. At the
last moment Coach Sanford from Co
lumbus returned to New Haven long
enough to decide the doubts or the
many coaches. Thus was formed the
ale eleven. The Harvard eleven on
the other hand, was a veteran eleven
I'n.formly victqrious throughout the
season, it worked along modestly d
won the confidence of every Harvard
man. This confidence resulted in the
bets even money that Yale would not
score, seven to five and five to three
that Harvard would win. Very little
Vale money was to be found at even
At last came the game. The fea-,
Hires of the game Have been printed in
every da'ly paper. Epitomized by a
layman it hnppened thus:
On a cloudy day at Soldiers' field,
just across the Charles river from
with crimson lings and blue gatherod
to watch tills struggle between
jiVal colleges. On the Harvard side
GoernorB "Woleott and Roosevelt took
a hand in leading the cheering. Around
the gridiron "John the Orangeman,"
Harvard's mascot, with 1i1b little don
Kc, "Ann'e Raclcliffe," and orange
cart drove, holding up for the crowd to
sec a huge, lively rooster. The Kame
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dents. Another gift is a new boat house,
costing ?2s",000, given by the Harvard
club of Now York. It is being built
atiross the rivar within a short dis
tance of SoldlerB' field. So near the
foot 1ull ground, Jt could be bqgji by
every one attending the game on Satur-
two i day just, a constant reminder of the
fact that the' athletic management sent
six or seven hundred choice tickets for
the Yale game to the New York club as
a recognition of the g'.ft, thereby crowd
ing undergraduates into corner and
Some people are Interested In other
t ll In tru linalrlnu fnn Km 11 w f r ! ,1 ,!
UiHiwl jwo hours. Harvard was within uy tlie very lnrge aud;enc0 that uBtenP(1
to Professor Royce's lecture on "A Con-
one yard of seorinK at one time, but
Yule made a "miraculous" stand, so an
old guard said, and the chance nevw
i-unie so near again. After the game
some very amusing situations appear
ed. Yale claimed a victory, yet nearly
c very bet, owing to tlie tie, was against
caption of Immortality" last week. On
Tuesday last Mr. Frederick Hollis, one
of the American delegates to the Hague
peace conference, lectured on -the re
sults of the conference. In Boston
Colonel Thomas Wentworth Higg'nson
them. The captifin of each team took i 1b delivering one of the Unveil liiBtl-.the-raamlt
as a defeat and as a per- tute lecture courses OI1 Amort win n,..
uupiain jjuruen, it is l tors
Colfinel T-Mi'flmjnti 'itwl ri- tj..i
reported, with broken and contrite : bath irrar1ut of Wnw..,.,! ,. ,.v,uU
sKteii(l of Pennsylvania.
".,,.w a..t 1....1 ...
jMVJAl .3UIUJ Uily H UIIJU
lieart, Verused to go to the "Touraine"
with the .boys. Captain McUride, on
Uhe best of authority, wept as lrlends
jiinluuodhlB jacket uitor uie contesi. .
' As usual, tliere Ib much talk of a re-'an-angemont
of games between the
"'big four." Yale, it Beems, would pre--for
that Hurvard pluy Princeton In-
The result of
mnUPrilncuton'uiy Iiuvo some bearing
fin liiu uiuiuuun. j'resiaoni junoi
hinkB' .Cornell and Columbia ar,e
Avtirthy antagonists of Harvard, but
'pojiaj'por Roosevelt favors the local
Speaking of Governor Roosevelt, IiIb
ucont visit to Yule has catiBod Borne
llioininout. Some think his effUBlon and
;gush as a b'a for favor of Yale men 1b
(undignified. 'Harvard 1b happy in .being
llhe roclplont of a gift of ?1 50,000 wljli
fevliicli to build a club hoitBe. Something
(distinctly new in the way of a compre
lienllve university club Ib to bo formed,
o one'doubtB the nood of such a thing,
the early forties. Iiave been secured for
lectures in these courses of free lec
tures ih's year. Of the players, Irving
and Terry, in "Robespierre" at one of
the BinalleBt of theutres, strange to say,
are the coiiter of interest.
ORVILLE H. MARTIN.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 22, 18!i!i.
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