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VOL. m. NO. 128.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY APRIL 9, 904.
PRICE 3 CENTS
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TO TRY OUT TODAY
Preliminary Track Meet This Aft
The preliminary track' team contents
will start at 3:30 this afternoon, and
a good crowd should bo out to wHiiofk
them. Although the fence on th
south Bid is down, an admission of 10
cents will be chaiged, which is neces
sary In paying for advertising and lor
supplying the men with out ills. Thi
men have been working hard mr some
time and' a ry good meet is rxprcted.
Let everybody come out and encourage
the men, for they have a hard schedule
thlB year. The- men who ae entered
are as follows:
100 yards Burg, Beudrr, Bowman,
Drjscoll, Fenlon, Smith, Neider. Craig.
220 yards Gibson, Mouck. Burg,
Bender, Bowman, Drlscoll. Fenlon,
Smith. Neider. Craig.
440 yards Gibson, Smith. Anthis,
Hewitt, Meier, Mouck.
120 hurdles Hagensick. IIouhci, Kd
gcrton, Mouck, Gibson.
220 hurdles Hagensick. Houser. Ed
gerton, Mouck, Gibson.
Broad jump 'Bowman, Meier. Morse,
Hewitt, Hagensick, Hoar, Anthis. New
High Jump Hagensick. Anthis. Ed
Hammer throw Mai tin. Weller.
Hunter, Peterson, Kile, Brlggs.
Shot put Martlu. Newton. Weller,
Hunter, Peterson. Kile.
Discus Martin, Newton. W.ller.
Hunter, Peterson, Kile.
Polo vault Hagensick, Gibson. Drls
One mile Peniod, Searles, Winches
ter. ItQberts, Havens. Sampson. Moore,
Two mile Penrod. Searlts, Win
chester, Roberts. Havens, Sampson,
Half mile Penrod. , Searles, Win
chester, Roberts, Havens. Sampson,
Last Saturday the Nebraska team
won their second game from the Ne
braska Indiana by a score of 7 to 1. It
was a pretty game throughout and all
the scoring was done In three innings.
Of Nebraska's score of seven runs,
two wore earned. In the third inning
Bonder made a three-bagger and scored
on an error by Frazee. Townsend next
lined out a fly which was-missed, and
was brought in by a three-base-hit by
Miller. Fenlon then knocked a fly in
to right Held and scored Miller. Score,
4 to 0.
In the seventh Bender got to first on
an error "aild Steen lined the ball into
left field, scoring Bender, Then, to
show Tobey he was still In the game.
Townsend knocked a home run Into
left field, scoring two points.
Tho Indians' score came in theslrth
when Ketchum made a hit Into centor
stole second and was brought In on
Band's two-oase hit.
Fast ball was played throughout,
and with tho exception of the third and
seventh innings, was almost orrorless.
For Nebraska all the players put up
a star game. Adams pitched a good
game and1 although the visitors got
eight hits off of him, he kept them
ep well scattered that they wore In
effective. Fenlon's fielding In left was superb,
making four catches without an error.
In tho first half of the seventh Ne
braska made a pYetty double play. The
ball waa knocked to Adams, who
threw It to Steen, making Frazee out,
and; then -catching Tabeseseshlck be
r twecn first and second. ,
AB R H PO A E
Bender, c 4 2 1 3 J 0
Stoett; 3b 4 2 1 2 1 0
Townsend, n. .. . 4 2 1 9 2 0
Miller, i ...... 412010
Fenlon. If: 4 0 0 4 0 0
Omaha League vs. Nebraska
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
William.-;, ss. . . 1 0 0 0 :; 0
Cook, cf I 0 1 -j o o
Hammll. 2b .... 3 0 0 l 0
Adams, p ... 3 0 I 4 1 0
34 7 ' 7 27 5) 0
AB R II PO A R
Menioe. ss f 0 1 0 1 0
Tabeseseshlck. c. 4 0 14 11
Ketchum. cf. ..4 1 1 3 0 1
Bond. 2b 4 0 2 1 2 0
Shortbull, lb. .. 4 0 1 (5 0 I
Rapp. rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Wahoo. If 4 0 0 I o 0
Tobey, p 4 0 0 (I 0 0
Fra.ee. 3b. .... 4 0 0 0 2 3
37 1 G 23 G (!
Cook out on bunt of third strike.
Two-base hit Bond.
Three-base hits Bender and Miller.
Home run Townsend.
Base on balls Off Adams, 2. off
Struck out- By Adams. I, by To
New Debating League a Reality.
The former members of the three de
lating clubs met Saturday evening and
made the Debating league a permanent
organization. A constitution was
edopted article by article, and was
signed by the greater part of the mem
bers present. J. M. Paul was elected
picsident; D. P. Do Young, vice presi
dent; P. F. O'Gara, secretary; L. 0.
Pfelffer, treasurer; E. J. 1-ambc, eer-geant-nt-arms.
After tho special meet
ing good debate took place. The ques
tion wat, "Resolved. That the Fifteenth
amendment should bo repealed "
Tho new league is starting out with
enthusiasm, which we hope will not
KUffor any check. The organization
should bo strong, and It lias an oppor
tunity to make its presence felt and
do good work. Its function is to keep
its members posted on current events
and to train them In tho discussion of
important questions, and such an or
ganization ought to be sure of success.
Engraved copper plate and 100 visit
ing cards, latest style and size, for
$1.00. at the Lincoln Book Store. Print
Ing 100 cards from your own plate, 75c.
Another lot of spring suitings, worth
from $35.00 to $45.00. Your choice.
$30.00. Bumstead, 120 No. 12th.
Box of cigars given away every day
at Powell's Oliver theatre building.
Try an "Ice cream soda" or a "nut
aundae" at Maxwell's. 13th & N.
Law Team Beaten at Havelock.
The law team went down to defeat at
the hands of the yard men at Havo
!ork last Saturday afternoon, in a game
in which nothing was so startling as
the errors made by both sides. The
Havelock men aro Just organizing for
the season and being n strong aggre
gation, the law boys were furnished
an lntertting game. Up to the fifth
Inning the lawyers had tho lead, but
in that fatal Inning the Havelock men
landed on the ball for six runs, and
they repeated the performance In the
next. Towne of Havelock precipitated
matters by knocking a home-run,
which he Is said to have done with n
malice aforethought and with Intent to
do great harm to the law boys'
chance? Towne, Shannon and John
son were the Havolock battery and
Bagley, Cba,e und Culbertson did the
trick for tho laws. Score by Innings:
Havelock 1 1 0 0 G G 1 0 15
Law Team 1 4 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 11
Dr. Greene Could Not Be Present
News was received late Sunday
morning that Dr. Greene could not ad
dress tho men's meeting in the after
noon as scheduled, on account of the
sudden death of his mother. Fully
four hundred men had assembled to
hear Dr. Greene, but they were not
wholly disappointed, for through the
kindness of well known musicians the
following program was rendered:
Baritone Solo "New Kingdom." H
Organ Solo Mrs. C. B. Raymond.
Baritone Solo "Jesus Only." C. W.
Organ Solo Mrs. 0. B. Raymond.
Vocal Solo "Loe Watches Over
All," C. W. Tulljs.
Trombone Solo "Last Night," ('. B.
Organ Solo Mrs. C. B. Raymond.
Accompanists were Miss Vera Upton
and Roy E. Cochran.
Dr. Stein at Chapel Tdmorrow.
Dr. F. S. Stein, of this city, will
speak at convocation on Wednesdnyof
this week. His subject will be, "A
Phase of Lincoln's Character." This
Is a timely subject, aar last Friday,
April 15, waa tho anniversary of Lin
coln's death. Dr. Stoiri prepared this
address for use on another occasion
and has kindly consented to repeat the
chief paTts of It for the benefit of our
students. This promises to be one of
the best talks we have had during
the year and it Is to be hoped that It
will not bo delivered to empty chairs
Dr. S.tein Is one of the staunchest
friends this university has anywhere,
and the students and faculty should
give him a warm welcome.
GIRLS' BASKET BALL
Minnesota vs. Nebraska j!
j Friday, April 22. 50 Cents. j
Sophs Declare Against Freshmen
Wearing Class Caps.
The sophs met yesterday morning at
10 o'clock In U 107 and held a meeting
which may ultimately result in con-f-Idoi
able excitement on the campus.
While seernl Important matters were
attended to. the "paramount Issue" or
the meeting was the question of fresh
man caps, Tho sophs were unanimous
In deciding that no first-year Insignia
should bo permitted on the campus
Several soul-stirring speeches were
made by various members of the clasi
and definite action was determined up
on for protecting the ancient customs
and traditions of the university from
"destcrntlon." Tim Rod Cross, society
has requested, in the name of human
ity, that we desist from publishing the
details of this action, but it waa of
such a nature as to Insure much blood
shed If the Intentions of the freshmen
aro carried out.
The meeting was opened by a call
for reports from various committees.
Chairman F. C. Bullta reported that
the basball committee had taken ac
tion leading to the formation of u
sophomore baseball team. Mason
Wheeler, chairman of the special com
mittee for the Preservation of the Pre
historic Remains of the Class Consti
tution, reported that special expedi
tions are being fitted out for collecting
the remnants of that hallowed docu
ment. A committee was appointed to
arrange for tho annual Sophomore
The mooting then Indulged In voii -ing
Its resentment of tho Freshmen's
action in ndopting class caps. Mr. A.
0. Schrclber and Cy Mason took a
leading part in the deliberations, and
their remarks were greeted with con
siderable applause. Official action
against the Freshmen was decided up
on, the nature of which future develop---mentfi
will disclose. The utmost en
thusiasm prevailed and the class waa
united in supporting the opposiUon to
Cy Mason waa appointed manager of
the Soph track teams to compete In the
interclass meet on April 30.
Plans on the Chem Lab Ready.
The plans for enlarging and remod
eling the chemical building have been
completed and the work will soon be
gin that it may bo completed before
September 1st. Various changes and
additions will be made; the lecture
rooms will bo located In the basement,
tho quanUtatlve laboratory will be the
disbursing room, the stairway will bo
In tho center of tho hall and on either
side will he weighing rooms-for forty ,
balances. Thus In every way possible
changes will be made to gain more
room. A ventilating system will bo
inaugurated and electric power will be
installed for running grinders and
"Our new building will bo an exam
ple of a modern chemistry building."
says Professor Nicholson, "and will
fill a long-needed want of the. "university.
Seniors Discuss Business.
Tho seniors met lnTTJ106 yesterday
morning. The committee on Invita
tions submitted a number of designs
for tlvc consideration of the class, but
no definite action waa taken. After
Jonsiderable debate it was decided
hat a charge pt 66 and 35 cents be
made for scats at the senior frlay. To
hear tho expenses of the play a com
mittee has been appointed to collect
$2 from each member of the class, for
which receipts will be issued to en
title the holder to four 50-cent tickets.
The class adjourned to meet next Fri
day at 1 o'clock to take up tho unfin
ished, and a number of urgent, busi
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