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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1903)
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MAKE IT ONE MORE.
Nebraska Takes Knox's Scalp to
Tune of 6 to 12.
Oalesburg. III.. May G. (Special to
Tho Nebraskan.) Captain Townsend's
colts were In trim today and took a
fast gamo from the Knox team by a
score of 6 to 2. Beltzer was in the box
for tho Cornhuskers and held the
Knoxltes down to four hits. Knox
scored In the first, and Nebraska went
out In one-two-three order. The lucky
second won the game for Nebraska,
Six hits and an error gave Nebraska
flvo runs and the game. Nebraska had
dnly two errors and played like old
timers. Tho score:
Nebraska 0 5000000 1 G
Knox I 000 10 00 02
Tho abovo message- brought the. news
last last evening of one more Nebraska
victory, making three out of tho four
so far played on the trip. Tho Corn
huskers havo evidently recovered from
their temporary demoralization of
Monday, and are playing the game now
for all it Is worth.
Today they meet Lombard College
at Gale8burg, and tomorrow comes the
big game with Notro Dame.
Barbecue Date Changed.
The Pan-Hellenic barbecue commit
tee met again yesterday and the follow
ing sub-committees wore appointed:
amusements Fred Sweeley, John For
sythe. H. T. Parker; refreshments
Fay Neeley, John Green, Lin Hunting
ton; transportation George Shldler.
Herman Leehmer, Verne Hedge; mu
sic Bump Campbell, Ralph Jenne. Jim
Considerable interest Is being shown
by alumni over tho Btate, and several
letters of inquiry have beon received
from out of town frat men. Ac May 23d
interferes with the Beta Taeta PI ban
quet, and the Saturday Night club's
annual cotillion, the committee has
soon fit to change tho date to Thurs
day, May 21. An excursion train will
leave at 2 o'clock In the afternoon, re
turning in .the evening.
Professor Shantz, of Colorado Col
lego, Colorado, who has been appointed
instructor In botany In the University
school of agriculture, writes to Profes
sor Bessoy that he will be on hand
early in tho fall in order to be prepared
to take up bin work with vjgor. At the
same time It is his Intention to work
for bis doctor's degree, taking for Mb
major, subject one or more lines of
botanical study. Professor Shantz has
been in full charge of tho department
of biology in Colorado College during
tho past two years, and has been a
very successful teacher.
Captain Wright, Inspector of the de
partment of the Missouri, will Inspect
the University cadet battalion Friday
afternoon at 3 p. m. White duck,
trousers will be worn, and each cadet
has been ordered to put hla equipment
in perfect condition, so tbat the de
partment may make a creditable allow
ing. Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street -
Datell's Clr that nil
Don Cameron's for a square meal.
13,00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the, Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 12th St
fitudonts are cordially, invited.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1903.
HIGH SCHOOL DAY,
Tomorrow's Holiday Will Bring
Tomorrow will be a holiday at the
University, when students and faculty
will be expected to entertain the large
number of high Bchool visitors who
will pour In over various roads tomor
row morning. One day set apart for
this purpose Is fitting, at this time of
year at least, because a portion of
every high school graduating class In
the state will probably continue Its
work either here at the University or
at some college or normal. The Uni
versity is the highest state Institution
of learning, and those who have com
pleted a high school course naturally
look toward it as a place for complet
ing their equipment tfor the duties of
life. Tomorrow wlllfctfive students of
Nebraska secondary schools an oppor
tunity to see our Institutions and may
help many to decide upon their future
No estimate can be made Of the num
ber that will visit the University, but
Blnce the Missouri Valley field meet
takes placo on the campus Saturday,
many will come and remain two dayB,
taking In both programs. HallroadB
have raado a rate of ono and one-third
fare from all points within one hun
dred miles of Lincoln, tickets being
good for return on May 10. Visiting
delegations will bo met at tho depot
and escorted about the campus by Uni
versity students wearing "U. of N.
Kansas Tournament May 29th.
Arrangements have finally been com
pleted whereby Kansas will meet Ne
braska on the latter's tennis courts
Friday and Saturday. May 29th and
30th. Drawings for the home tourna
ment will take place next Monday, the
11th, and the matches bo pulled off im
mediately thereafter. The winner will
be one of the men to represent Ne
braska against Kansas. The second
man for the Interstate will be chosen
by a second tournament to be played
off shortly after. All men Interested
In tennis are urged to bo at the draw
ings, as the larger the number of en
tries, the more good material Is likely
to be doveloped. No charge Is made
for drawing, but only members of the
association are permitted to partici
pate. Mr. Wlllard Reaves, of Alaska, de
livered a very Interesting lecture yes
terday afternoon before the class In
Geology16, on "AlaBka and uie Klon
dike Region." The lecture waa Illus
trated, many beautiful and Instructive
views being shown of tho topography
of the country and its industrial pro
gress. Mr. Reaves also spoke of the
vast financial importance of the fish
eries of seal and halllbut, and the im
mense mines aeveiopea in recem yire.
The class" considered la treat to hear
the experiences of so practical a man.
Lincoln Shining Parlor, cor. 11th &0.
Ladles and gentlemen.
Little Gem hot waflles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a large student patronage.
1 5 cents
SENIORS WIN FIRST GAME.
Overcome Juniors' Endeavors by
Score of 13 to 12.
Yesterday afternoon the senior and
Junior classes met on tho baseball dia
mond to decide who had the better
team. The b onion? emerged victorious
I by the close score of 13 to 12. Fergu
son and McGeachln pitched for the
seniors and Walton and Newton for
the Juqlors. Ferguson pitched the first
three innings for the seniors, and held
the Juniors down to two scores, when
McGeachln went Into the box. Walton
pitched until the middle of the eighth,
when Newton was put In. Tho Juniors
woro ahead during tho most of the
game, but tho seniors lwgnn to hit the
ball In the sixth nnd kept it up until
tho end of tho game. In the last of tho
ninth Inning the seniors came to bat
flvo scores to the bad. Buck led off
with a three-bagger and Fjerguson and
McGeachln each followed with a two
bagger, while the next man up found
Newton easy. After batting around,
the seniors had made six runs with
only two men out and n man on sec
ond, and the game was won. For tho
seniors Forguson made three two
baggers and scored three times; Buck
made a three-bagger and a two-baggor
and scored twice. McGeachln was not
far behind In hits. Newton did tho
best playing on his side, scoring four
times, though the seniors found him
easy In the last Inning. Following Is
L.w row c Mellck
McGeachln, Kaar ss
. Walton, Newton
FerKUBon. Kaar.. 2b .Bird
Farney 3b Bliss
Hamilton rf Noyes
NEB Thursday FOUR
Parsons, Brown., cf Keyser
Montgomery If Buck
Score by innings:
Seniors 0 0100222 G 13
Juniors 10 13 2 3 0 0 212
The medical department has Just re
ceived at tho anatomy laboratory a set
of outline charts to be used by the
classes next year. By means of them
the students will be expected to record
every detail of the dissection. This
Is In line with tho plan followed by
leading medical colleges of the country.
The Bprlng work of transplanting
plants from the greenhouse to the cam
pus flower-beds was begun yesterday.
Superintendent Fee thinks there la now
no danger of any mo re. such relapses
into winter as occurred last week.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
C. E. Brown, Dentist Burr block.
Have C. A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 0,
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. 13tb,
Lincoln Local Express .transfers any
old thing. 'Phone 787.'
HOME MEET TODAY.
Uni Athletes Will Contest for Lo
cal Honors This Afternoon.
Tho annual University field day will
be held this afternoon at 2:30. Men
and teams were at work grading the
track yesterday. It will be rolled and
put In good condition for today's meet.
All indications point to this being
one of the best meets ever held on Ne
braska Field. An unusually large
squad has been going through tho or
deal of hard training under the super
vision of Dr. Clapp. If tho weather
la favorable the management would not
be surprised to see some records
broken In the runs, polo vault and
weight events. About forty men havo
entered and every one of the fifteen
events will be well represented. Com
petition for places on the track team
has never been as close as this year
and to win a place every man will
havo to do his best.
A Bpeclal feature of this meet Is the
Interclass half-milo relay race In which
sixteen men will take part, each man
running 220 yards. This 1b something
new at this institution and It Is ex
pected to arouse considerable Interest.
The teams for tho most part will bo
composed of men who have had the
advantage of regular training. This
ovent and the fourteen regular track
and field events will certainly afford
the spectators a liberal amount of en
tertainment. Tho showing made today will In a
large measure determlno our chances
for succese In the four meets to be held
with other schools. Nebraska has a
heavy schedule this year and every
one Interested In athletics and tho rep
utation of tho University Is anxious to
have tho men make a creditable show
ing today. The proper support from
the students will do much toward this
endt Come out and give the athletes a
show. The list of entries is'aa follows:
100-yard dash Fonlon, Burg, Che
ney, Reed, Sampson, Mauck, Manning,
220-yard dash Fenlon, Burg, Che
ney, Benedict, Slsson, 8ampson, Pem
brook, Manning, Drlscoll, and Mauck.
440-yard dash Johnson, Pembrook,
Manning, and Fenlon.
Half-mile run States, Lehmer, Ben
edict, Searle, and Penrod.
One-mile run States, Corr. Lehmer,
Soarle. Penrod, Turner, and Flansburg.
Two-mile run Searle, States, Corr.
Lehmer, Horn, Winchester, Sampson,
Penrod, Turners and Flansburg.
Pole vault Johnson, Lehmer, anu
120-yard hurdle-Hewitt, Winches
ter. Reed, Mauck, and Leonard.
Broad Jump Hovrltt, Burg, Horn,
Winchester, and Leonard.
High Jump Johnson, Benedict.
Leonard, and Hewitt
Hammer throw Hunter, Sisaon, To-
bln, Martin, Douglas, and Hickel.
Discus throw Hunter, Brlggs. John
son, Tobln, Martin. Hickel, and Doug-
Shot put Hunter, Brlggs, Martin,
Tobln, Douglas, and Hickel.
Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and O.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and O.
Slsler & Lemlng, Ice cream and milk,
107 No. 13th.
Wright's Oliver Theatre pharmacy
t the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
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