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VOL. m. NO. J 39.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, J904.
PRICE 3 CENTS
Uni. Team Beats its old Enemy
Notre Dame, 5 to 4.
SOUTH BEND, Intl.. May 3. (Spe
cial to The Nebraskan.) Nebraska
won out today In a wonderful eontest
by a score of f to 4. Adams for Ne
braska pitched a steady game, and held
the enemy close at critical stages.
Notre Dame succeeded in making
cloven hits to Nebraska's hix, but
Adams kept thorn scattered so that
she could not turn them to good ac
count. The Nebrasknns played a fast
game in the field, making but one er
ror, and bunched their hits when they
meant runs. Notre Damo made lour
errors. Batteries Notre Dame, Al
derman and Antoine; Nebraska, Adams
The news that Nebraska defeated
Notre Dame was a cause for a rejoic
ing among University fans last night.
This Is the first time that a Nebraska
team has ever defeated Notre Dame,
which University had come to be re
garded as our hoodoo. This together
with the victory over Minnesota, makes
two fine contests that the boys have
won, and if they (ease to be erratic,
they stand a good show of bagging
the rest oXthe games to be played.
Day before yesterday Notre Dame
was beaten by Illinois in a wonderful
game, the score standing 2 to 1. Yes
terday she was determined to forget
this defeat by smothering Nebraska.
Our victory is more significant and re
markable therefore and may be con
sidered as outweighing by far the pre
ious defeats of the Nebraskans.
The Athletic Board met at 7:30 last
evening, but did not accomplish any
thing material. A committee to in
vestigate the matter of girls voting in
board elections was referred to a com
mittee composed of Drs. Clapp and
Condra and Mr. Borg. Since this committee-
will not report until after oloc
tlon. U Is pcobable that no changes
in the present eytom of voting will
be made this year.
The handicap meet, which was to
have been held Saturday, has been de
clared off. Most of the men who are
to go on the trip west have been de
cided on, and only the sprlntersare
to be chosen. For these a few try
outs will be held next Saturday. The
men are all practicing hard, a con
siderable development being shovn.
Tho men who are to compete jon
the, Boulder team, are "as followsT
100-yard dash Johnson, Welsh,
220-yard dash Johnson,
440-yard dash Kingsbury. Pratt.
880-yard run Aurand, Pratt, Hea
One mile run Law. Wells, Heaton.
220-yard hurdles Kingsbury. Bell.
220-ynrd hurdles Kingsbury. Bell.
Polo" vault Clayton, Welsh, Lea-
High Jump Johnson. Mitchell. Bell.
Broam jump Johnson. Welsh, Clay
ton. Shot put Bell, Jordan. ,
Discus throwFowler. Bell. Jordan.
Hammer throw Clayton. Bell, Jordan-
Relay race Four of: Kingsbury.
Pratt. Johnson. Aurand, Welsh, Clay
ton Bell. ieaviu.
Starterg limited to two men
Glee Club tickets now on sale at the
Oliver. '50 and 75 cents.
Please help the poor. Buy you'
cigars and tobacco of Frank DuTell.
1020 0 St. '
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Preparations on Physics Build
ing Being Pushed.
possible speed. The dirt from the ex
cavation will be taken to the north
end of the football field, and used to
(ill in the hollow there. On account of
there being no basement in the build
ing, however, this will not go far to
ward filling in the field, but the prob
lem will be solved by using the earth
taken from two long heating shafts
which are to be dug soon. One of these
will be from the junction box Just
west of the main building, to the
library, and tne other from the box
near the "chem. lab." to the new ad
ministration building. It is thought
that this will amply fill the needs of
the athletic board for fixing up the
fill. The retaining wall and fence arc
being placod at the north extremity of
tio field, and the north end of the
grandstand Is nearly completed. A
driveway has been made Just south of
the stand for hauling building mate
rials onto the campus.
During the process of building the
gates of the inclosure for the struc
ture will be locked in order to protect
the materials from the nuisance of
kids and Freshmen. The Dally Ne
braskan invites all who may wish to
watch the progress made to the mag
niflcent view afforded from the win
dow of our business office. No charge
will be made.
The work on the "chem. lab." store
room Is in progress. This will also
aid in solving the athletic field diffi
culty. Constructor Chowlns Is at work
on tho plans for the new benches,
desks and other equipment for the
renoated "lab." and Is modeling
them as far as possible from the most
modern laboratories in Paris, Ixmdon.
Berlin, New York, and other scientific
centers. The new laboratory gives
promise already of being one of the
most complete and eflVient In the
Freshman May Party.
The Freshmen May Party will b
-held at Walsh hall, Thursday, May 12.
It will open at 8:30 prompt, with a
Freshman debate. followed by hand to
hand talks by leading members of the
class, next a scientific paper, closing
the program by a play, "The ObBtlnate
Family." All this jolly and full of
fun. not serious.
Immediately after the program danc
ing begins, lasting for about three
hours. For those who do not dance,
in the parlors games of all sorts, cards
etc.. will be furnished. Light refresh
ments will be in order.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. J3tk.
FRIDAY, MAY 20.
WALT'S FULL ORCHESTRA, TICKETS $2,00.
- May 12th
TICKETS ON SALE
Outlook Good for Glee Club Con
cert Friday Night.
Itcsened teat tickets, at 50 and 7f
cents, for the (lice club concert at the
Oliver theatie. are now on sale at th
theatre. Already a large number
have been sold or reserved, and to
secure good ones they should be ob
tained early. The electric sign on
University hall appears again, this
this bringing home to the students
that the Glee club is to appear and
that their suppoit is needed. All win
ter the club has been hard at work, at
no slight expense of time, labor and
money, and is a credit to the Univer
sity. The fact that tho Glee club has
not yet sung in public Is due to th
lateness in starting in some measure,
but mostly to the thoroughness of their
work. The whole University, in spite
of counter attractions, should turn out
to greet the dub at its inltinl appear
ance. EXHIBIT AT FAIR
J. A. Barret Returns After
cing Historical Exhibit.
J. Amos Barrett, of the Historical
society, returned Monday from St.
Louis, where he has been for the past
week busily engaged in arranging our
.historical society exhibit. Some forty
cases of material were shipped from
here, making, when properly mounted,
a very neat exhibit. Our material has
been placed in the Main Agricultural
building, in a part set aside for Ne
braska. A portion of this part has
been fitted up for an office for the Jap
anese commlssjon, and the remainder
as an extempore theatre, with stag
ing and a seating capacity of four or
five hundred. This theatre iJ dark
ened for the use of stereoptleori views,
but when not being employed far this
purpose It is Driillaauiy ngweu. A
corridor and a court run arcflind tho
sides of the room. fomuUig a lobby In
which our material has be"en displayed
in heavy plate' glass cases. Harry
biiedd. who Is secretary of the Ne
braska commission, has expressed him
self as greatly gratified with the ar
rangement. Mr. Barrett attended the opening of
the fair. He reports, howeveiv-that the
work of arranging- tho exhibits Is very
backward, as 70 per cent of the ma
terial Is still to be installed. The
grounds are crowded with material
which must be hustled Into place as
rapidly as possible. Mr. Barrett also
reports meeting Dr. Barbour and find
ing him very busy, his work having
been delayed by the superintendent re-
quiring that the facade of the court In
which the educational exhibit has been
placed, be reconstructed.
BOOK OUT TO-DAY
Senior Annual Completed and
Ready for Sale.
The Senior Annual Is out and ready
ror sale today, being clad In a new
and decidedly unique attire that In it
self recommends the book because of
Its neatness and taste. The cover Ih
done on creHin parchment In three
beautifully blended colors, and the
eye Is at once attracted by the nov
olty and taste ef the whole. Deep blue,
bronze and scarlet are the colors, nnd
they Bhow up with an effect that is
praiseworthy of the printer's art.
Tho book Is dedicated to Prof. Grove
K. Barber, ' In an effective piece of
verse, regarding Tvhich apologies are
made to Klppllng. The Individual
write-ups occupy tho first place of In
terest. In this connection and other?
It Is natural to remark on the cuts
which are Indeed of a superior quality,
and Bhow 'up finely. Athletics art
treated first In the Bperlal depart
ments. An article by Dr. Rosco.
Pound on "Athletics In the ICIghtles"
forms. a fitting and Interesting Intro
duction to this department.
The picture of the football team U
given, ns well as those of the Senior
football, boys' basket ball, and girls'
basket ball teams.
A rather gaunt and emaciated figure
clad In a heavy cloak. Introduces
us to the fraternities of this Univer
sity. In the write-ups engraved let
tering Is used to good effect, nnd
makes the names of the various fra
ternities stand out In bold relief.
A lady of refined appearance, and
engaged In reading a book, while a
coterlo of owls sit meditatively above
her. gives warning that the literary
societies aro about to be taken up for
The literary department follows, and
Is up to a high standard, a number of
distinctively now features having been
Introduced. Three short stories and
a number of sketches and poems con
stitute this department. The "Faculty
Foolishness" is treated with good ef
fect, which three full page Illustra
tions serve to heighten. Professor
Tpylor Is gracefully mounted on hla
horse, which evidently displays a .
kindly Inclination to dislodge him, an
It is standing on its hind legs in a
rather unstable manner. Professor
Chase in the next (lustration is shown
rushing to tho rescue of his wounded
comrades with an awe-lnsplring as
sortment of saws, hammers, etcrln the
final scene Professors Ross and Cald
well are shown shaking hands after
their memorable contest of brawn and
In tho calendar a large number of
persons, events and members of tho
faculty come In for a scoring. Some
sharp work is evident in them. The
usual number of roasts and poems are
to bo discerned. On the whole the
lbooU ,3 recommcndei by Its' all-round
features, and ought to have a very suc
Glee Club tickets now on sale at thp
Oliver. 50 and 75 cents.
Earl J. Woodward, M. D., treats dla.
eases of the eye. ear and' throat.'
Sooms 207-08 Richards block, 'PUQS9
Frank 12. Lee, successor to F. T.
Shepard. public stenographer, mimeo
graphing. Special rates to students.
501-502 Richards Blk. .Phone, Auto
Box of cigars given away every day
at Powell's Oliver theatre building.
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