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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904.
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WINS THE MEET
Uni. Victorious over High School
by Score of 66 to 51.
Yesterday th University track team
won from Lincoln High school by IE
points. The meet was a good one and
the Unlveisity team got some good
practice out of It. States did not en
ter the meet. Benedict h&o only been
In training n few clays and consequent
ly was not In shape to do his best
work, as was shown by the high jump.
In the finals of the hundred yard
dash Burrus of Lincoln High wonut
by several feet, Neider coming in sec
ond. The time of the race was 10 2-5 sec
onds. Burrim also took the 220-yard dash
from Smith In the exceptionally fast
time of 23 seconds.
Smith had an easy time in the 440-
yard run and won by at least ten feet.
The struggle for second place was very
close, and was won by Mouck by about
In the mile run Ponrod won handily.
In the 120-yard hurdles Mauser won
first place in the fast time of 17 2-5
Beconds, of within 2-6 of a second of
the University record.
Hagonsick was close upon him over
the last hurdle and would have had
second easily, but for some reason he
slacked up and'Rathbone beat him out
In the 220-hurdle there were two
heats, the first of which Hauser won In
27 1-5, which is 1-5 second lower than
the University record, which he made
a week ago yesterday. Mouck would
have had second place, but he stumbled
and lost out. Hagensick easily won
from Raymond in the second heat In
The high school men won the high
jump as Benedict was out of condi
tion. Hagensick won the broad jump
handily at 29 feet 9 Inches and also
had no difficulty in gaining the pole
vault at 9 feet 9 inches.
In the shot-put and hammer-throw
the high Bchool got the better of the
University, because they had to use
only the 12-pound weights, while their
seniors had to handle the lG-pounders.
Nevertheless the young lads had not
much to spare.
Newton easily won the discuB throw
at 100 feet.
The meet as a whole was a very en
couraging one, and the day was perfect
for such an event.
100-yard dash Time, 10 3-10 seconds.
Burrus first, Neider second. Winters,
220-yard dash time, 23 seconds.
Burrus first, Smith second, Winters
440-yard dash time, 53 3-5 seconds.
Smith first, Mouck second, Minor third.
880-yard run time 2:13V&. Penrod
first, Benedict second, Minor third.
1-mllo run time, 4:58 2-5. Penrod
first, Walker second, Havens third.
120-yard hurdles time, 17 seconds.
Hauser first, Rathbone second, Hagen
220-yard hurdles time, 27 1-5. Hau-
IusML' ' ,1 ser first, Hagensick second,
IjGBiRfefV-. Running high jump 5 feet 4 inches.
. ' '. Kathbone first. Burrus second. Hacen-
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'e', TTficnnfllck first Ravmnnd ' wvennri
BE& Bowman third.
gfrj -" "IclC first, Gibson second, Harrlsou
J:S Shot-nut 3fi fett 5 inches. Rjivmnnri
p first, Collins second, Wittmann third.
N&w ' Hammer-throw i!05 'feet 4 Inches.
J'YCq11Iiis first, Martin second, Haverly
ifi'Jt'i "' Discus throw 100 feet. Newton
rfiY first, Collins second, Martin third.
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BIG LADIES' MINSTREL
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J OLIVER THEATRE, TONIGHT
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the Academy team crossed bata, the
latter being beaten to the tune of 13
to 5 In three innings.
The Juniors outplayed the Preps at
every point Berkey twirled the ball
for the Juniors and acquitted himself
with credit. For the Academy Wallln
wartt was in the box.
The line up was:
Academy Dugen, Hompes, Fuller
ton, Rodger, Miller, Currie, Dunway,
Juniors Milllken, Kile, Ramsey,
Hoar, Beers, Allen, Burky, Kratzlnger,
Colored Beauties to Display
Talent at the Oliver.
The Ladles' Minstrel show at the
Oliver tonight will play to a crowded
house Only seventy seats remain un
sold in the balcony and less than fifty
in the pit. This is more nearly sold
out the morning of the show than any
attraction that has been at the Oliver
this year. The sale is considerably
ahead of where Rogers Bros, stood the
morning of their show, and they played
to a crowded house.
Edwin F. Myers, the press agent, was
In high spirits when seen last night.
"The show has been well advertised
and is thoroughly good. When you put
these two things together you are sure
to fill the house."
The final practice last night went off
very twell. Professor Starr and Miss
Howell both expressed their satisfac
tion.' Professor Starr said: "There
certainly Is some excellent talent
among the girls."
SIstah Patterson, tho jovial interloc
utor was suffering from a severe cold
the first part of the week. She "took
something" for it, though, and is now
For a time the press agent intended
eloping with the business manager as
a means of advertising the shoWr-but
the tickets are selling so well they
have decided that it is unnecessary.
Tho Minstrel Show is going to be all
right. In the words of Rickety Roxy,
"Why dopt you go, go, go?"
The program follows:
Interlocutor SIstah Patterson
GOLD DUST TWINS.
Miss Graco Clark.
Miss Gertrude Tyler.
Miss Mabel Stephen.
"Why Don't You Go, Go, Go?" ...
"Hannah" Uneeda Whitewash
"Chicken Pie" Shifty Sadie
"Any Rags" Black Molasses
"In Sunny Africa" Pinkie Snowball
"Kiss Weltz" Miss Gertrude Tyler
"Gypsy Love Song
Miss Mabel Stephen
Duet Rickety Roxy, Black Molasses
Indian Clubs... Miss Helen Woodsmall
Song,"Solected" Mrs. H. Flnley Helms
Reading Miss Africa
Shifty Sadie, Moso Cleveland.
Indian Song Miss Grace Clark
Spanish Dances. . .Miss Elsie Schwartz
"My Own United States"
WHO THEY ARE
Biographies of the Men Who
Will Represent Kansas.
LOSE FIRST GAME
Nebraska Taken into Camp at
The news of tho first game that
Nebraska has played proves disappoint
ing. Yesterday our team was beaten
at Decorah by a score of 10 to 9, in
what must have been a hard fought
game. Whilo full particulars of the
game have not yet arrived, It Is plain
that Nebraska must have been out of
condition, as would seem quite prob
able, she having no opportunity for
practice for a week Whilo It is dis
couraging to lose such a game at the
outset It does not follow by any means
that tho same Ill-luck will attend the
team throughout the entire trip. There
are a. good number of -games yet and
we hope to see our team get its share
of them, although it will have to do
better work than It has started out to
do. It is evident that It Is not In a
good form as when It left nda an op
portunity to practice may be accom
panied by stories of a more cheerful
Tomorrow night occurs tho groat de
bate between Kansas and Nebraska.
Never before has a contest of this char
acter attracted so much attontion, and
it Is lndoed probable that tho dobato
will bo tho moBt spectacular ever held
here. Dr. Ward has been choson time
keeper. Ho os formerly a member
of tho Kansas faculty and has locturod
there Boveral times. Albort Watkina
will bo tho third Judgo.
Following are biograpIUes of (he
men who will defend the honor of Kan
sas, and we tako pleasure In giving
them an Introduction to all of our own
Jesse W. Kayser was bom in th
commonwealth of Texas twonty-two
years ago. When he was two years old
his parents moved to southern Kansas,
vhero they have since resided. Ho at
tended tho common schools and later
entered tho Sumner county high school
at Wellington, Kas. Hero ho took a
great interest In literary and debating
work, and In his Senior year was
chosen to represent his society In the
local oratorical contest. Ho won first
place in this and represented his
school in the State Oratorical associa
tion of county high schools. Hd won
first placo In this contest over nlnvs
competitors. After his graduation from
high school he taught school a year,
and then entered tho state University.
He at once took part In the debating
work of that uchool, and was leader
uf tho Kansas-Missouri team in his
Freshman year. This team won tho de
bate at Columbia, Mo., on a phase of
the labor question. This year ho was
choson to represent his school against
tho University of Nebraska.
Sam's Cafe. The only place In the
city to get the famous "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special service for !
Please helpthe poor. Buy your
cigars and tobacco of Frank DuTell,
1020 O St.
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
good service. -
O. H. Frey for choice cut flowers,
1133 O Street.
GLEE CLUB CONCERT
FRIDVY, MAY 6th
Tickets. 75 and 50c !
Samuel E. Bartlott Is a native Kan
Ban. Ho was born near Wellington in
Sumner county, January 18, 1882. Af
ter completing tho common school ho
entered tho'Sumner county high school
tho first year of its existence. During
his Junior year ho entered the ora
torical contest of that Institution, and
carried off first honors. Ho was grad
uated in 1001. Tho following year he
entered the School of Arts at the Uni
versity of Kansas, where he la" now
In his Junior year. Mr. Bartlett has
been an active member of the X. Y. Z.
ueDatmg club, tho most important lit
erary organization of the University,
and in his Sophomore year was elect
ed presldentof tho club. He was elect
ed president of the University Debat
ing Council in 1903. Mr. BarElelt has
represented Kansas in her .annual do
bates with Nebraska for tho past two
John A. Johnson was born In Mar
shall county, Kansas, in the 'year of
1879. He attended the common school
and spent two years in tho Normal
school at Marysvlll Kan. He is n
graduate of Lincoln Business College,
Lincoln, Neb. He spent two years in
Campbell University, of Holton, Kan.
In the year of 1902 he became a stu
dent of the" law school at tho Univer
sity pf Kansas. His interests In pub
lic speaking began during the stirring
times pf 189G, and from that time for
ward he has taken great Interest in
politics and has soma expericnio in
campaign work. When a student at
Campbell University he took first place
In a prize contest of oratory. Since
he has been at tho University he has
been identified with literary work, and
Is prqmlnent In debating afTalrs. He is
at present tho secretary of tho Debat
ing Council. In the preliminary con
test to choose tho NebraBlca-Kansas
team Mr. Johnson won second place.
Ho was elected in 1903 to the honorary
fraternity of tho Phi Delta Phi.
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