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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1900)
Vol. -20. No. 7.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, OCTOBER HO, 1900.
Commissioned and Non-Commissioned
Officers Appointed Down to
the Fifth Sergeants.
Wallac , HiUnor, Hansen, Kendall.
To company "C" cadet captain, Lan
ger; first lieutenant, McGeachln;
second lieutenant, Maul; first sergeant,
Teach; sergeants, Kimball, Pepper
burg, Crane, Spafford, corporal,
Thomas. To company "D" cadet cap-
The following general orders were tajnj Barnes; first lieutenant, Hewitt
read to the battalion last Friday even-, second lieutenant, Berry, additional
ing. j second lieutenant, Stuher. First ser-
Headquarters Corps of Cadets, the Uni-1 geant Barnes, Sergeants Farney, Va-
versity of Nebraska, October Zb, Vra, Clinton, Hummel. To the band
Order No. 8.
drum major Peterson, sergeants Dun
away, Hamil, Sturdevant, Elson, cor-
I. The promotions and appointments Pora,s Huff' BriIcc. VanBurg.
of all cadets now commissioned offi-! v- First lieutenant Hewitt is here-
oy detailed as acting adjutant.
cers in the cadet battallion existing
at the end of the academic year 1899-
00 and all other appointments are i
II. The battallion organization for necessary transfers are hereby made
the present year shall be as follows: j to take nlace at once-
VI. Sergeant Fitzgerald is hereby
detailed as acting sergeant major.
They will be obeyed accordingly. All
The staff shall consist of an adjutant
and quartermaster each with the rank
of first lieutenant, and one sergeant j
major. The battallion shall be divided
into four companies and a band; each '
company to consist of one captain, one j
first lieutenant, and one or more
second lieutenants, one first sergeant,
four sergeants, six corporals and the
remainder privates. The band shall
consist of one leader four sergeanls,
four corporals and the remainder
By order of
Allan L. Bkowx.
Nebraska and Alcdics Play Best Game
Seen in West for Years Indians
Lose to Second Team.
Kansas City, Oct. 28. (Special
dispatch to Nebraskan-Hesperian
from special staff correspondent.)
The annual game between tho Ne
braska eleven and the Kansas City
Medics was played at Exposition
made a yard through the line. To
land punted forty yards. Montgom
ery went around end for three yards
and Crandall tried the other end for
but small gain. A fumble gave the
ball to the Medics in the center of
i the field. The next four plays netted
j twelve yards, but the Medics lost the
ball on downs. Crandall and Cook
1 went through for a yard each and
Cook punted for 30 yards,
i The Medics could not make their
their ground and Toland punted
forty yards. Brew made two and
park yesterday afternoon. It was
one of the hardest fought battles , Cojk punted tQ center Qf fleWf at thl8
ever seen in the west.
The weather was cloudy and the at
tendance not what it should have
point, the delayed pass was used and
Porter went around NebrasKa's left
nnd for th'rtv-fivn vnrds. Tho Mad-
been. Tho result was a tie, the score I . .. ,,. nr,,,,.,.,.,,
, les soon lost on downs. Montgomery
went around end for three. Crandall
went trough the line for two. Mont-
RESIGNATION OF DR. HASTINGS.
At the last meeting of the Board of
Regents Dr. V. W. Hastings tendered
his resignation a3 Physical Training
Dirctor to take effect Jan. 1st 1901.
Dr Hastngs has accepted a call to
the National Training School of the
III. The following appointments i Young Men'3 Christian Association
are hereby anonunced to take effect i at Springfield, Mass. where he will
framrithis- date. . -..- J " tie cnair oi,. rroiessor oi Anmro-
To ba, cadet cantain. cadets H. A. pometry and the liistory and Lltera-
Tukey, G. W. Barnes, H. J. Klinge, i ture of Physical Training. Dr. Hast
J. T. Langer. To be cadet first lieuten- ngs graduated from this school in
ant and adjutant, cadet R. A. Drain, 1897 and was called immediately to
to be cadet first lieutenant and quar- take charge of Physical Training in
termaster cadet, C. E. Williams. To The University of Nebraska. The
be cadet first lieutenant cadets T. J. department was then almost in its
Hewitt, W. R. McGeachln, A. M. Hill, infancy and its growth and improve
C. H. Abbott. To be cadet second ment since then have been to a
lieutenants Cadets A. Shane Berry, great extent through the pergonal
E. L. J. Marsh, R. W. Jones. To be efforts of Dr. Hastings. During the
cadet additional second lieutenants last three years the athletic- inter
cadets L. B. Stuhr, C. A. Mc-ts all over the state have been
Masters. To be cadet sergeant ma- brought Into a more organized con
Jor cadet H. E. Crandall. To be cadet dU,on and established upon a firm
color sergeant cadet U. P. Fitzgerald. basis- Inter-scholastic and Inter
To be cadet drum major cadet H. P. 8talc Athletic Associations have been
Peterson. To be cadet first sergeants i formed and athletics In the Univer-
cadets A. N. Barnes, B. 3. Hall, S. B. sitV brought to a higher level. In
Cortelyou, C. E. Teach, E. M. Duna- ( a of these movements Dr. Hastings
way. To be cadet second scrgenta ca- j ha" always taken a prominent part,
dels F. M. Deweese, U. P. Wallace, J. ! Thecall to fill a professorship in his
R. Fainey, G. P. Trumball, R. A. old i001 came entirely unsolicited
Hamll. To be cadet third sergeants ! and ,n accepting it Dr Hastings will
Cadets W. G. Hiltner, J. C. Lawler, ' enter "to a field which he has al
J. W. Vavra, A. J. Pepperburg, L. R. way desired o take up as his life
Studevant. To be cadet, - fourth j work: toat of preparing young men
sergeants cadets M. B. Lewis, S. D. to enter actively Into the field of
Clinton, C. O. Crane, M. D. Elsow, De . Christian work In the universities
Witt Hansen. To be cadet fifth ser-' and colleges of the country. The
geants cadets, R. O. Hummel, R. E. , majority of the colleges now draw
Noyes, H. C. Kendall, E. G. Spafford. their Physical Training Directors
To.be cadet corporals, cadets Amo frora the International Training
Thomas, C. L. Huff, J, A. Bruce, J. School. By the departure of Dr.
L. Van JJrug. All vacancies not here- Hastings Nebraska loses one of the
by filled and the remaining numbers , most valuable members of its faculty
yards, a puntTbilowed "for the next
play. Both teams wqre strong on
of corporals will be appointor! at the
earliest possible date.
IV. The following Ib the assignment
of cadet officer? and non-commlsuloned
officers. To company "A" cadet cap- j chum and classmate of Dr. Hastings,
II Ih HiiccoBHor has not yet been
chosen although several nameB have
been mentioned in connection with
that place, among whom Is an old
tain Tukcy; first lieutenant, Abbott;
second lieutenant, Jones; first ser
geant. Hall; sergeants Deweese, Law
lor, Lewis, Noyes. To company "B"
cadet captaln.Kllnge; first lieutenant,
Hull; second lieutenant? Shane; addi
tional second lieutenant McMaster.
First sergeant Cortelyou, sergeants
who Ib just finishing a medical
course at Harvard. Dr. Hastings
will continue in his work here until
the firut of January when he will de
part for his new field of labors, The
Nebraska-Hesperian wlhes him a
full measure of success in his now
the defensive thus forcing such plays. qhey nayImr .
The team wonc of the Medics was Gra(ly wcnt around r,ght end f)r
excellent. Their line at times 8even am, Morey th(J ,eft fof four
proved to be almost Invincible, al- Lewg ma(,e fifteen an(, tfaen flye
though one or two of their men were yards around Nebraaka.g ,eft end
not in the best of shap.. The inter- Lie buckg falled to gan thfi d
ference on the end runs was not as and Nehraska took ball on' her 30
strong as the university men expect- yanl lfne A few pays neUed J2
cu iu uuu. me ", nvne,, cic yardg f0;owe,j ,)v ft , f 1-
swift and could hit Nebraska's line
ior many gains. i-aKe p.ays, me, Morley tried the right side of Ne
double pass, and delayed pass were ' braska's line with the delayed pass
used by the Medics for good gains. and ,08t groun( Nebraska 8ecured
The team work of the Nebraska the bal, on downs and punte(, tQ th(j
men proved a surprise to their ad- McdIcg 30 yard ne Mor, c,rce(
mirers. The defensive work, which their rJgnt end for flye yar(g an(J
was considered rather weak proved Grady worked the deayed pas8 ,
to be very strong. The Interference , around the 8ame em, fop 35 dg
for end runs was quickly formed but' Cook went out and Wer, ,n
at times failed to hold together as i fne liuckg am, a nm aroun(, th(j
much as It should. Nebraska's backs rIght end for 10 yar(g( the Me(1jjg
proved their strength by unexpected j p,accd tho ball on Nebragka.g
. UB"'""! "-' ti""H ..icuii: line . ten yanj jne A tOUCh
Crandall, Nebraska light half-
now seemed certain as the Med-
back, out played any man In the , ,cft ,)ad U)e .,. ,,, ftn. Wftrn
game on either team. He never fall- goIng forwar(, 8lowly ,It gurely A
ed to make some gain against the op-1 fumbIe ,10W(?vcr gavo thtf ,)aII t0 Ne.
posing line and made the longest j braaka and jt wag puntC(, ont of (,an
nin oi me game ior nuy yarns. e - gcr Tllc Modlcg ,,y ne buckg am
was Injured several times but rallied
i a run around their right end by
ts rt kt tr In n i nli V rt i i lltMM
w h viv u uuu ,, ..., uiuu,!,, carried the ball within 17
ever. Brew. Westovcr, and Montgom- yardg of Ndl)ra8ka.H goal wnen tIme
ory played good ball. Brew went out ( wa,, caHorL 8core 0 tQ Q
m inc gamo ui me uiui in me iithl
half and Plllsbury took IiIb place.
Fumbles by the University men
were too numerous and proved rath
er coBtly. The Medics were alo un
able to hang on to the pig skin at
critical times and fumbled In tho
second half when they had only ten
yards to make for a touch down.
Ringer kicked off for 40 yards to
Toland who returned it ten yards.
Porter tried Nebraska's right end,
but lost ground and Morley only
Nebraska. Position. Medics.
Corlelyov R. IJ.. ...Pitzpatrick.
Wcstover R. T. , ..Gmdy-Krown.
Emmons, K. G.... Slid ton,
Kochler C. . .. .'.McCrcfi.
Ringer L. G . . . . Fisher.
Brcw-Pillsbury. . ,L. T. . . j Fccse,
Ryan L, K . . . . Lewis.
Drain-Bender . . . . Stewar .
Jgrtg"? ... r. ...., .orte.cm,.,..
Crandall , L. H . . . . Morlc y,
Cook-Worl . .' V. B . . . . Tol ml.
being 0 to 0.
The game was fast and snappy
wuiu Man iu imioit .n. ...ofc gomery ma(e seyen yards around q
one team-and then the other having ,eft ond Cranda then skIrtcJ rght
the advantage. However, more play- end fQp forty yards aWed by beauU.
ing was done in Nebraska's territory ftu lnterference The Med!cs gained
than In the Medics. This was partly the baU 0Q (,owng
due to the long end runs made by , Lewig MeA to circle Nebraska.s
fake plays and to the superior line ,eft end but ogt gr()und A f(jw
bucking of the Medics. Cook's punt- short payg foIlowcd and Morley
Ing helped out much. Although he then took th . .. .
has not (tried pur ag until a week rJght em, for th,rty yardg Time wflg
ago, he easily equaled the experienc- caed after a coupe more
ed punter of the doctors. Score 0-0
Th game was full of plays, which , ' ' 8BCONu nuF
kept the interest of the crowd at fev-, The firgt few m,nutes were
er heat. Long end runs were made ; p Cll,re,y wUh Ineffectual ,ine
oy nom siues, especially uy tne eu-, bucVg foU,Jwed by punta Montgom.
leu. 1IH1U uiiur UU1B WI1CII io uunua ., K.,f . r- . . . J
falled to nej more than a couple, of a f L Nelgon and .Bendcr wentfc.iiW( -..
The Medics had the ball In their
possession and in their own territory
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