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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1901)
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Tho players who camo 'f ronTMo.
Were poor, bo they had to indo.
That's to say, they got boat,
For they cannot play ball In Mo.
AFTER DRESS PARADE.
Captain Tukey: "Wo had tho best
lino tonight, men."
Captain Kllnge: "Wo had tho best
lino tonight, men."
Captain Langgr: '; Wo, had the. best
lino tonight, men." '-
Captain Barnes: "Wo had the best
lino tonight, men."
Manager Mlko Henderson was
among those who attended tho ball
game on Friday. No one sav.' him buy
a ticket, but it Is not for us to say
that he was a D. H.
Ho took a great Interest in tho
game, but seemed inclined to favor
tho visitors. Maybe ho was interested
in the result. Who can say?
When the score was several to one,
and our team was still rupnlng around
tho diamond, Mike was heard to say
to Dusty: "For goodness sake, stop
scoring, or noi a blessed individu
al v.ill come out tomorrow!"
But tho players were beyond control,
they had formed the habit of scoring
and could not break it. "We'll beat
them all to pieces," said tho batter, as
he swatted the ball a lick, which sent
it over the smoko stacks.
THE SUN ECLIPSED!
"Last week," Bald tho Agricultural
ist, "I seen a sign over to Mechanical
Artist's hall that said, 'Solar Eclipse
by Professor Swezey Tonight,' so I
went. It was all about tho eclipse of
"Ho told how tho people offered to
pay to get Inside tho place where the
professor was, and that ho told them
they could see Just as much outside
as anywheres. I know that's so 'cause
I had to stay at home and plow when
tho folks drove to town to'sOe It, and"
from what they told about It, I seen
just as much from our back lot as they
did right by the band stand. Al
Smith, that works for old man Jessup,
seven miles farther out than our place,
seen near as much as I did.
"I slept through most of tho talk
he made, but he had some pictures
:hat showed how the eclipso was run,
but there was a big red barn in front
of every picture. It was real Inter
esting, but I think it would have been
better if they had put In the carrier
I track other end to. I bet that barn
would hold "
"But you were- telling about Profes
sor Swezcy's lecture," wo remarked.
"Well, as I was saying, tho pictures
was about the eclipse. Then he showed
tome pictures of how it looked from
the moon and how tho world looked.
He didn't say how they got up there,
and I don't think they could do it. I
wish he had told now the fellow got
up there and Look them pictures. I
liked the talk real well."
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