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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1902)
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Girls' Glass Teams Contest Gal
x 'Tartly and Closely for
Honors Class '05
. ' the Winner.
one jpolnt difference , la ,tl
the twd tcamB. . ? 'f " '
The sophomore girls are stlU the
intorcIaByasfcet-bfhl cliamfrjmsiof the
university: Tiolr jgupbribrit was
demonstrated by a series of closely
contested and interesting- games played
In tho annual toui-narricnt 'Ih 'the'
armory Friday night. ''Ttie seniors1
proved a close second, there being- but-
the scores: of
Three games were played during the
evening. Tho upper class teams first
appeared on'the floor, the seniors wear
ing tho bluo and white of tho class of
'03, the Juniors being distinguished
by cerise and pale blue.
.Tho first half ended in a scoro of 4
to 2 In favor of the seniors. Miss Shin
bur, forward on tho Junior team, throw
tho first goal. Minnie Guile, captain
and center of tho seniors, Boon fol
lowed with one for tho seniors and
Clara Ballard, second forward, soon
repeated tho work. A foul on the part
pf. tile Juniors failed to not the seniors
anything, and the first half ended.
During the Intermission tho lower
class teams played their first half. The
sophomore colors are green and white
and the freshmen crimson. Miss Jansa
proved to bo tho best scorer for the
sophs, and won a point for her team
in the first froo throw. The freshirien
mado another foul, but their opponents
'failed to throw goal. Two fouls on tho
' sophs followed, but they failed to win
tho fresh lea anything. Beth Wallace
.threw a goal for tho freshmen and
Minnie Jansa one fqr the "ophomores.
Tho half ended with a scoro of 3 to 2
in favor of tho sophs.
The seniors nnd Juniors then ap
peared to play the final half of their
game. Minnie Guile scored the first
goal. The seniors made two fouls and
their opponents received two free
throws, one of which resulted in a
goal. Miss Bhinbur acorod for the
Juniors. Both teams were given a free
throw, neither of which resulted in a
score. The game soon ended, the
'seniors winning by a score' of 6 to 5.
-In thasecond half of the JoWor class
game 'Miss Jansa. threw two goals out
of three chances on freo throws. The J Tho commandant announced to tho
Bophomqrea fouled, but Miss Wallace t battalion Friday night"tbat commenc
, missed' goal. Inis Everett, center, and ing with next semester the course pre
Tflargaret Plllsbury, foYward,, on tho- "scHbed by the-war department. on. Au
freshman team, threw a goal apiece. 'gust 9, 1902, will be put .into effect
The game seemed, to bo in favor of the Tho course will cover three semesters,
freshmen, but Pearl Archibald-, captain except in case pf those who fail to reg-
and center oi the sophs; throw.apouier . istor for drill when they enter the unl
goal and won the ganfenfgr. her team.:
'iVK t feiorV and sophomores., Both te
I. '-i,''" 'fouled! and Mtea Guile and' Miss. Je
1& . . V- hotE. -missed"! eoalf on.free throws. A
13 jN ..'y mtle Ja,tefc. Jafaa Jansa scored a point' receive credltfpc hefnext four senies-
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teams -again- fouled and both goals
wore missed. Tho half ended with the
score 2 to X in favor of the seniors. In
tho last half Miss Jansa and Miss Guile
each scored a point on free throws.
The gamo was close, but -M,i8a Archi
bald again won the victory for her
team by a goal from field. The seniors
fouled twice, but Miss Jansa missed
both goals. Thc game ended and tho
sophs were declared the champions by
the close score of 4 to 3.
While tho victorious team is un
doubtedly th, (ntbf elate champions, it
Js onlyfalitpUh&oth$r tpanjs to say
that in none of th'e' threo games was
the score at all decisive, there being
only (ono point tiifferenco between tho
wintaers aftd their opponents in each
.of. the gaines,,J(i is unnecessary to
-jraiso the work.of the .individual play
Sera? JZyi&onJdldotf worked the
classes' aVo to "be congratulated upon
the proficiency of their teams.
- Time of halves Ten minutes.
Referee Miss Helen Woodsmall.
Umpires MIbs Barrr MIbs Whiting.
The sophomore team is partially the
same as the one that as freshmen won
the championship last year. It 1b cap
tained by Miss Pearl Archibald, who,
with Adele Koch, plays the central
retlcal and practical, will be announced
Captain Chase congratulated tho
cadetB on tho recognition by tho uni
versity of their work in tho military
Westoyer Entertains Team.
Captain Westovor entertained tho
coaches', manager, .physicians and
members of tho football team with a
"spread" last Friday night at his homo,
920 N street After an excellent dinner
had been served, the guests related
past experiences, and indulged in a
general good time.
Thoso present were: Coach Booth,
Coach DralnManager Engel, Dr. May
how, Dr. Everett, Bell," Bonder, Mlckol,
Ringer, Mas3ri, 'wiWn; "Folhner, Cor
telyod, Benedict, Cotton, Hunter, En
gloBart and Borg
Medics Hear Clapp.
The - Medical society mot Friday
night and listened to a very Interesting
talk by Dr. Clapp on some technical
Tho society made a final decision
upon their pin. It Is to be of plain
gold, in tho form of a Maltese cross,
I PERSHING RIFLES' HOP
J Friday Night - Lincoln Hotel I
7 FORMAL t
Uniforms Shall Be Worn I
positions. Alice Towno and Ruth
Bryan play guards and Minnio Jansa
and Edna Ring, forwards.
The armory was comfortably filled
with ardent supporters of the four
teams and class spirit was occasionally
manifested by various yellB ranging
from the classical
"Sumus? sumus, populi,
We's the class of 1903,"
to the plain "Tear 'em up, freshmen."
The tournament was a great success
and thoso who failed to atteifd mfssed
a good entertainment.
.Net Cidet Regulations
veralty, when four semesters will be
required. cOno and one half hours
credit, will be given' for each semeBter's
He, also, announced that .thpse io'
imvu tviuyiuvcu uiu i;uuiiu hj. uitu, vyiii
with little projections at the corners,
and will-display tho letters C. M. U. of
N. An open meeting was planned for
tho first week after tho holidays. Dr. T
Mllroy of Omaha will be Invited to ad
dress tho society at that meeting.
The Union Literary society held its
election of officers Friday evening, De
cember 12. The following were the
President, Miss Elizabeth Molr.
Vice-president,' Von Foroll. -
Socrotary, M. J. Brown.
Treasurer, F. W. Fox.
Fourteen now members were initiated.
Tlie following program was glyen at
Organ solo. . . r ..... , ... , .Du Bbls
Piano solo "March Wind".. McDowell
Violin solo "Zlegweiaon". .T.jSorasate
Mr.C. f. Barnard, of TableJRocfc;
the, secretary of tho State "Historical-
society, la in the cjty. looking' after'
ARRANGE Mm RILES
Presidents and Commltteef
Classes Decide tt Exclude
, Tho four class presidents, commit-
tees on dobnfo and Secretary Meier ofl
(ho debating board, met in U 309 Sat-f
urday night to agroo on questions refa-
(ive to tho coming interclass debates.
onBldorablo dlsmwajon topl places
$vcr tho ellgiblMty''oif'ih ddbaters, aai
to whether or not. alternates should boj
allowed on tho teams. i
. Tho juniors and seniors had ar-
ranged to debato before It was, decided)
to have tho throe interclass debates!
They agreed that alternates would be;
ligiblo and John Tobln, who waB arf
tilternate last year, was appointed on!
Itho Junior team. Since the move waa
placed on foot Mr. Hunter, also an nU
ternate of last year, had been placed
lon the sophomoro team. Tho Juniora
and sophomores finally connnntort tA
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,withdraw the alternates In question.
i Tho following agreement was on4
itered into: No interstate debaters noc
alternates are to be appointed on a
jclasB team. Tho debato will last one
hour. Class standing will bo detori
'mined by tho registrar in all cases.
iTho four presidents, together wltfi
I'Secretary Meier, aro to decide on the
time of holding tho debates and alt
other details. A phase, of ono of the
interstate questions will bo debated by
the Juniors and seniors and a phase
of tho other interstate question by the
sophs and freshmen. An. entirely dlfr
ferent question will bo debated at the
rchamplonship debate. One set o'f
fudges will act for both tho Junior-
senior and sopnomore-iresnmen uo
It was suggested that the debato' be
;hold on Friday night, that the societies
adjourn and give tho inter-society pro
:gram along with tho debates, and thai
ithe doors bo thrown open after tho deV
f'bate. A committee, 'was annointed to
.confer jvilh the societies in regard to
An Accepted PalitlRf.
A portrait In oil-of Miss Herron, InT"
structor inrpolltical-economjrj -has been
painted by Misa.pjarsl .Walah, of. Bin-
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coin. Word has recently been, received iZ '
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sent, that ifhk safely af rived andhad ' "'PtC
been well place InUhe art exposition - "i
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principal western cities .with the' other
pictures whljch are now" on exhibition
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circuit which wili completed some: '
Umo during the spring;. jThe paipting
can. bo seen In LincoftfBOme tlnka. dur"-
ing, the.cariysummejr.'"' The ,fct!tliiji JJU,
fa. now hung among. the otheKwell ac-
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