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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY 21, J903-
FINDS SOME TROUBLE.
Company "Q" and the Carnival
Indulge in a Mix-Up.
Tho annual demonstration of the
cadet battalion last night passed off
with more or lees disastrous results
Although tho parade started with
peaceful prospects, these were brought
to an abrupt end by the resistance en
countered at the Eagles' carnival,
where the special force of police op
posed the attempts to enter, and drove
the cadets back in a humiliated and
demoralized rout, inflicting casualties
upon a number who either tried to re
sist or were unable to get out of the
The cadets lined up as usual north
of the armory, and at half past eight
started forth to carry out their even
ing's program. Proceeding to Riggs'
drug Btore they filed through for re
freshments. Then massing in the street
in front of the store, they spent a few
minutes In dancing nnd capering Here
a feminine disciple of law and order
strove to point out to the cadets the
error of their ways; but unfortunately
for tho mthoy failed to profit by her
advice and go home to bed.
Falling In two abreabt they proceed
ed up O street and turned down
Eleventh to the carnhal grounds,
where the real excitement of the even
ing took place. With shouts and yells
of doflance they Btarted through the
main entrance to view the sights with
in. But the management of the car
nival, expecting just such a visit, had
posted a special force of police, who
speadlly drove the boys back. Then
tho cadets by a llauk movement tore
around tho corner of tho south pillar
and renewed their efforts to gain an
entrance. In the scrimmage that fol
lowed the police used their clubs quite
freely. Not only did they inflict a
number of ugly blows, but hey suc
ceeded In capturing three of the most
aggressive or the cadets and hustling
them off to the police station One of
these was Huntington, who was nabbed
early In tho scrimmage. Early received
a severe cut upon me head, and Cheney
also received the full force of a "billy"
upon lB thinking member, and was
badly dazed for several minutes. White
and Jones were also Injured, and a
number of minor casualties were suf
fered by others.
The boys bad enough for the time
being, and proceeded to the campus
and held a meeting there. The com
mandant addressed them, advising
thorn to go home, or to proceed more
peacefully. Ho assured them that he
himself would go to tho police station
and use his best services to secure the
fiberty of the prisoners.
ilberty of the prisoners. By the in
tercession of the commandant, and on
thoir Implied promise to go and sin no
more, tho three "culprits" were re
leased and the affair over for the
The Palace Barber Shop; 8 chairs.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and 0.
Flegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and 0
CUSHMAN PARK TODAY -
Tickets $J00 Special train, 15c round trip
Hare and Hound Chase.
The Y. W C. A. hare and hound
chase took place last evening. The
event had been talked of so much, and
those who had mntters In charge did
their work so quietly, that little was
known nbout the chase, while curiosity
to learn details grew Intense. Tho
hares departed from the association
rooms at the University at 6:30, scat
tering shredded paper nlong their trail.
The six hares, consisting of the Misses
Wilson, Woodsmall, Towne, Meeker,,
Athen. and Trigg, took two different
routes, but both parties chose courses
leading to the state farm. The small
ciowd that preceded the hounds busied
themselves at the farm examining the
stock and looking over the grounds.
The hounds, numbering nearly 100,
started from the University at 7 o'clock.
and followed the winding course or the
hares out to the farm. On arriving
there, refreshments were seived on the
lawn, a feature that was thoroughly
enjoyed by all who took the tramp.
After a short so( ial hour on the green
campus, the crowd was Invited into
the main building by Professor Smith,
and Miss Laura Puffer gave an Inter
esting talk on "The Life or the College
Girl at Smith."
The company returnee to the city
on the car about 9:30. All who were
among the number express themselves
as highly pleased with the occasion,
which surpassed the highest expecta
tions of Its originators.
Elliott Next Year's Captain.
At last night's meeting of the ath
letic board the election of N. J. Elliott
as captain of next year's basket-ball
team was ratified. The baseball men
who made the trip were voted sweaters
and the members of the track team
were voted jerseys. A letter from the
manaecr of athletics at Kansas Uni
versity, expressing regret at the action
of some of the Btudents during the
baseball trip, was read and approved
by the board. The. Kansas authorities
will pay for the caps and other base
ball articles lost in the mlx-up.
Newton Buckley Is very Blck, threat
ened with an attack or typhoid.
Campaign hats, shirts and duck
trousers at Mayer Bros.
Wright's Oliver Theatre pharmacy
Alls prescriptions. Telephone 313.
In the eood old summer time you
can be reasonably comfortable If you
wear one of my heat repelling suits.
They are not expensive. Bumstead,
Eat at Don's Cafe.
Th6 Steiner-Woempener Drug Co.'b
soda fountain, Twelfth and O, has a
reputation for cool refreshing drinks.
Those delicious ice cream sodas with
fruits in season are a delight to students.
ANNUAL PAN -HELLENIC DANCE
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22
Programs at 9:00 o'clock sharp
Auditorium Tickets $2.00
Get your tickets early from the chairman or at the treasurer office
Pan-Hel Barbecue Tonight.
The committee on arrangements for
the Pan-Hellenic barbecue report that
everything is in readiness for the big
gest time of the Beason. The excur
sion train will leave the B. & M. depot
at 2.15 today. Round trip tickets will
bo 15 cents each.
An elaborate program, In which all
the frats will take part, has been pre
pared for the occasion, consisting of
athletics, pie-eating contests, and other
amusements. Everyone is expected to
have a general good time. About 6
o'clock the largo roasted ox will be
served to the crowd, together with
bread, pie, pickles, fruit, and other
The remainder of the evening will be
spent In a general "Jollying up." A
large crowd Is expected. Including a
large delegation of prominent alumni.
Tickets are one dollar each. They can
be purchased at the gate or rrom mem
bers of the committee. couslBtlng or
Shldler, Neely and Smeeley.
Recites at Normal.
Mr I C. Baldwin gave a recital be
fore a very appreciative audience, at
Normal, last Tuesday evening. Ho was
assisted by MIsBes Meier, MusBetter,
and Julie, who rurnlshed tho music for
the occasion. The following program
Reading Murder of King Duncan
Vocal Duet "Bring Me a Letter
from Homo" Vlckers
(a) Medley Baldwin
(b) Des a-Noddln' Dunbar
(a) If I Were a Rose
(b) Forgotten Cowles
Contata Strictly Confidential. .Palmer
Reading The Chariot Race. . .Wallace
Mr. Baldwin is a member of the
Dramatic club of the University and
promises to make a decided success in
his work as an Impersonator and
The studentB In pharmaceutical bot
any have practically finished the work
of mounting sections of the crude plant
drugs, and are nearly ready to hand
In their specimens for final examina
tion. The present class has made a
record for rapid work.
Chapln Bros,, florists, 127 So. 13th,
Campaign hats, shirts and duck
trousers at Mayer Bros.
Engraved aards for graduation In
script, Roman, Ronde, plain and shaded
Old English. May wo show you the
styles? Harry Porter. 125 So. 12th St.
ON THE WIN AGAIN.
Nebraska Takes One From High
land Park by Score 7 to 2.
A small crowd greeted tho "colts"
on their first appearance after their
trip and witnessed the second defeat
of Highland Park. Tho visitors wero
able to score one more point than
they did In tho game two weeks ago.
Ten errors were mnde during the game.
Highland Park making six. Longa
necker was In the box for tho Corn
huskers and gave the best exhibition
or twirling that the local fans have
seen him give. The visitors got only
three hits, although four men walked.
Johnson at short-stop also surprised
the crowd and probably put up the
best game played. A home-run and a
two-bagger at a critical point aro cred
ited to him while at the bat, and he
missed only one of six chances In the
field. Shelmer and Steen, two regular
players, were out of the game. Beltzer,
Gore and Morse played errorless games
In tho field, but were poor at the bat.
Otherwise the men played their usual
Highland Park came to bat first and
succeeded In getting a man to second.
Hood reached third for the 'varsity
and Townsend second, but the third out
was made before either could score.
In the second Inning Beltzer and Morse
reached first on errors and were scored
by a two-bagger by Hood. Highland
Park had her bases full with two outs
In the same Inning, but Longanecker
fanned Captain Hellegensteln and tho
stuff was off. Lewis, Mn tho third,
error by Townsend, and camo home
when Bender threw wild to first. Tho
other score was made in tho fifth by
Hellegensteln, who got baB on balls.
Johnson's home-run In tho sixth
placed Nebraska In the lead and four
successive hits In the eighth with a
base on balls and an error, made the
score 7 to 2.
A.B. H. R. E. A.SO
Hood. 3b 4 i o 0 8 0
Townsend, 2b 4 i i i 5 j
Bender, c 4 2 1 1 l 1
Wilson, lb 4 2 1 1 9 '0
Johnson, ss 4 2 2 1 5 0
Beltt&r, If. 4 0-1 0 1 0
Morse, rf 4 0 1 0 0 1
Gore, If. 4 0 0 0 3 1
Longanecker. p 4 0 0 0 1 1
Total 3G 8 7 4 33 5
A.B. H. R. E. A.BO
Hellegestein, ss 5 1 1 2 4 1
-Lewis, p 5 o 1 0 2 1
Duffey, lb 4 f q 2 9 1
8prlnger, 3b 4 0 0 1 2 1
Sullivan, If. f o 0 0 0 0
Besser, 2b 4 1 0 0 . 8 1
Williams, cf 4 1 0 0) 2 0
St. Germain, rf. ..'... 4 0 0 0 1 1
Cotton, c 4 0 0 1 1 l
Total 38 3 2 6 29 7
Score by innings:
Nebraska 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 7
Highland Park....O 010 10 0 0 02
Home run Johnson-.
Two-baggers Hood 1, Townsend 1,
Bases on balls Off Lewis 1, off
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