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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1900)
Vol. 0-30. No. 0.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 23, 1900.
Parties and Initiations The Sopho
more Hop The Debating
Miss Emma Outcalt entertained a
few friends Saturday evening the 13th.
Those present were Misses Hayes,
Bradt, Outcalt and Messrs. Collett,
Shedd and Crandall.
Everitt is chairman of the committee
and George Sh idler, master of cere
monies. The remainder of the com
mittee are Misses Lummery Ham
mond, Post, Burrus, Honeywell, and
Messrs. Lau, Holt, Heuck and Van
EIGHT TO NOTHING.
wind and when ho tried his punts
against the wind he could do nothing,
loosing twenty yards on one which was
Nebraska Takes Another Scalp Drake carried back by the wind.
efeated Crowd Small but The indlvldunl work of tlm men was
Enthusiastic. an g00(i ami it is hard to mention any
Nebraska's eleven defeated Drake one man as all were of the same clncs.
University last Saturday in the most Raymond of Nebraska made several
U. B. D. C. interesting game of the season. The t good punts. During the first half, he
The boys of the U. B. D. C. at thslr I weather was very disagreeable and the ! kicked against the wind and then
last meetinc debated the ciuestion re-! crowd was consequently rather small
solved "That the United States Army A hiS" wlnd Prevailed all afternoon.ln
Held lus own with the Iowa man.
When goals were changed, Raymond
Invitations have been numerous dm-! in its present proportions, is a menace I terspersed with a few drops of rain, looked wise and on the first attempt
ing the past week. One large party, ! to our free institutions." Plenty of Thc crowd sma11 a lt was dld some I sent the skin sailing through the
a wedding in Omaha, and several ! argument was brought out on either excellent rooting and engaged in much air for fifty yards. Toward the latter
small parties have occupied the atten
tion of the students interested.
iside and the merits of a regular and "" uuuujihu,.
nltlonn cnlIUi. tlmnoTrli 1. illconccnil I lialVCS a CrOWfl Of
,iiw..t& ouiiiii;! iiiuiuutjiiij uit.uoci:ut
Between the part of the half he punted for sixty:
men marched i five yards. .
(The question adopted for discussion i ieus aim uiuuu it ma- vuijuuu mew iimyuu u hub buuic
, .,,.. . , .. . novt vntnr.-iiv !? RpcoIvpcI "Tint tho agreeable for the individuals who were , He started in as right-half but after a
Pi Beta Phi held an initiation at next baturdaj is. Resoled, That the
)uituiiib nil; ba"'t: uiiuugu lilt; icutc icn jiiuo ncui iu 111a uiu jiiuv-u tin icli.
He oroke through the line
times and tackled hard.
their house last Saturday evening. Republican party is responsible for the
Those welcomed into the secrets of the
fraternity were Misses Minnie Mor
rill and Jeanette Thorpe, Lincoln;
Misses Minnie Jussen and Elizabeth
Heacock, Falls City. A luncheon was
served after the ceremonies.
P. B. D. C.
and from nearby trees. tackle.
As the score shows the game was several
closely contested. Star plays were as . Koehler gratified his admirers by put
limited in number as the attendance ting up a rattling good game at center,
at chapel in May. Team work was I breaking the line time after time. The
The Palladian Delating Club met the or,ier of tne day combined with ' backs were fast but Crandall proved
Saturday evening with the largest at- the boxine abilitv of each individual ' the best cround cainer and nlaved his
" tendance of the year. The Chinese im-; raan. Both sides were penalized for usual strong game.
- Delta Gamma held an initiation and migration question was debated, 0ff side plays, but Drake was the ag- Drake's strong point were her ends,
spread at the home of Miss Edna i whether the Chinese should be pro- gressor in this art and easily carried Bates and McFerrin, who held their
Hartley last Wednesday evening. The , "ibited absolutely from immigration 0ff the honors much to the credit of places like walls and permitted no brll-
initiates were Misses Hortense Clark, I into tne United States or not. The the other fellow. Captain Bacon of J Hant end runs. Captain Bacon played
Louise Tukey, Abbe Bowen and Lil- Question was considered in both its the Iowans was disqualified in the be-' a good game and the two backs were
lian Robinson, Omaha; Misses Lela commercial and moral aspects by the ginning of the second half for planting speedy.
Hunt, Marie Weesner, Jessie Mobre speakers of the evening and after the his foot on a Nebraska man's game i.v detail.
regular debate a general discussion ' thinking apparatus. This, however, is Drake won the toss and chose the
was held in which everybody took ' to be said to his credit. When ordered south goal. Nebraska kicked off for
part. All who attended felt it was j out he went out like a gentleman and twenty yards. Drake fumbled and
worth while. , ju not threaten to take his players Cortelyon dropped on the ball. Two.
At the next meeting the question of with him. ' line bucks and 10 yards for an off side
the disfranchisement nf thr npp-rn in vr.r.1. .!. .. ,. nio.. t.i i. i.n n i.. .
were Misses Johnson, Woodward, Sedg- fhe KOnfh - . ,,;, ;n T, " T, " "",aa """" MU was ol ta "-- "
Tcirk Barber DivennorL Steiner Em-. ? debated by old and a spasmodic nature. At times, Drake yard line, out here Nebraska fumbled
. ' ' ea.perienceu men Who will discuss It sonmml nliln in in mnhi, hr r,in, and lost Hip lmll. nilsn won nrnnn?
thoroughly. Later the same question at will but on a pinch the 'varsity the end for twenty two yards. A line
will probably be debated with Wes- men always rallied and held. Twice huck netted nothing and Drake
leyan University. jn the first half, Drake rushed down fumbled. Cortelyan got the ball.
Drake placed the hall on Nebraska's
and Isabella Hamilton, Lincoln.
Phi Gamma Delta gave an informal
dancing party at their chapter house
last Friday evening. These present
jnons, Howland, France, Henry, Mar
shall, Morgan, Douglas. Wirt; Messrs.
Pancoast, Sanders, Hopewell, Harvey,
Carpenter, it. B. Adams, C. H. Adams,
Mann, Mudge, France, Wells. Johnson,
Hurts, Harris, Kimball, W. McGeachin,
J. McGeachin, Stanley, Plym, Maggl.
The Delta Gamma chapter gave a
dancing party in honor of the new
members last Friday evening at the
home of Miss Margaret Honeywell.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Peter Lau, Mr. and Mrs. Edmlnston,
Mr. and Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs.
Streeter, Mrs. Quaekenbush; Misses
Harley, Streeter, Shaw, Honeywell,
Johnson, Macomber, Maude Macomber,
Cole, Jackson, Harwood, Cochran, Star
rett, Pope, Webster, Welch, Haggard,
Rice, Deweese, Hamilton, Lun Hamil
ton, Edna Harley. Mullikln. Wikon,
Tukey, Louise Tukey, Margaret Honey
well, Hunt, Weesner, Robeson, Bowen,
GAME WITH THE MEDIOS
REPORTS RECEIVED EVERY TEN MINUTES
DURING THE PROGRESS OF THE GAME
$Jj? 40 yard line and In her possession. At
this point Brew went Into the line as
left tackle, Pillsbury out and Mont
jr gomery In as right haif.
vP i Nebraska lost ball on downs, Drake
2? kicked and got ball on fumble. After
---- 9g? two line bucks with only two yards
The Nebraskan-Hesperian will send a reporter to Kansas sj? gain. Drake tried a drop kick for goal
City next Saturday to report the football game between from the twenty yard line. Raymond
Nebraska and the Kansas City Medical College. IL nunted fifteen yards, the hall change
There will be a meeting in chapel at 3:15 next Saturday T hands a couple of times without ad
afternoon to listen to the reports from the game as they vP vantage io either side although Brew
come in. Prof. Caldwell will preside. Roscoe Pound, Paul 3? made one good tackle for a loss of five
Clark, Carl C. Marley, Dr. Hastings, and others, will be s$? yards.
present and give short talks between telegrams. 9O? Raymond punted thirty-five yards
LET EVERYONE TURN OUT AND FILL THE SHAPEL t
ADMISSION WILL BE FREE
against the wind to center of thc field.
Drain had gotten through the line and
tackled Stewart as soon as he had the
W Call. Drake after two downs, kicked
Moore, Watklns; Messrs. Edmlnston. 5????????????? back for twenty-live yards and' secured
uuscaaen, jonnson, lwraonu, "" - - - , ball. Young here made the best gain
Grandall, Montgomery, Clapp, Isaac y. m. C. A. NOTES. the field to Nebraska's ten yard line, ' of the day. going between tackle and
Raymond, Lansing. Von MaHsfelde, The mission study classes have been but could get no farther. The close j end for twenty-one yards.
Towe, Buckley, Powell, Lau, Holmes, organized into two sections. One see- formation on the offensive was worked , By line bucks the ball was placed
Farnsworth, Sumner, Ralney, Wehn, tion meets Tuesdays at 5:00 ana the for gains. On the end runs, tfie inter- on Nebraska's ton yard line with only
Butler. Gregory, Fitzgerald, McCreery, otjjer saturdaj-s at 2:00 p.m. Miss ' ference was somewhat loose, permit- a couple of minutes left to play.
Clarke, Shedd, Seacrest, Tukey, Kind, Henderson Is acting as leader. The ting Drakes ends to get in repeatedly. Drake felt sure of scoring but she
Coolc, Kor.smeyer, Alex Lau. Hayes, worjj js interesting and profitable be- Drake's team work was steady, but failed. An attempt to go through the
Honeywell, Swartz, Holt, Walsh, Witt- J yond the expectation of the members, best during the first half with the line lost a yard and Koehler blocked
man, Dr. Orr, Dr. White. 1 Tne missionary fund started by sub-1 wind at their back. Their line was next play for a loss of two more yards.
I scrlptlons of two and one half cents , about the weight of Nebraska's and To hold the ball Drake had to make
SOPHOMORE HOP. ! j)er -week, is growing rapidly. A small did not hold very well. The Interfer- j eight yards on her next down. She
The -committee ehosan by the Sopho-1 collection of reference books bearing j ence was good on the end runs and tried another drop kick but failed
more class to arrange for their annual
hop lave selected next Friday evening.
It will he held at the ever popular
Walfch hall. This is the first class
-dance of the year and will no doubt
Vsur,ass a yer& successful dance
JiatgnoiaaB 'Jastear. u.
on missionary work will soon
placed In the university library.
Dr. Rowlands spoke to the students
In chapel last Sunday afternoon. His
subject was "The Student and His Re
lation to the Sahbath."
was hard to break. On the punts, again. Time was called without either
Drake's line held, being blocked and I side having scored, although both
that by Westever. However, the man
from the other side of the river could
not kick nearly as hard as some of the
class politicians. He punted for only
teams had been within ten yards of
the coveted line. Most of the playing
was done-In Nebraska's territory,
twenty-five to thirty yards with the Drake kicked off and secured the
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