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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905.
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Fourth Basketball Game With the
Omaha Y.'M.C. A.
tftmorfl rib TAt Aw Blltffctlr la r&vor
anything tho basketball
tfc Omaha Y. M. C. A. In the Armory
tomorrow night should be a battle
rttyal from the start. Of the three
gimes flready played we have won
one and the Omaha team has two to
itjs credit. The total number of points
scdred In these three games gives us
tit lead of "tbree points, we having
scored 89 to their 86. The team this
yjeaf is perhaps the best the Y. M. C.
A has had In the Held for several
yars. This year thoy met and defeat
ed the .Sioux City Giants by la score of
3$ to 31, Wheaton college, which lays
claim to the western coiloglate cham--plbnshlp
by a score of 54 to 31, and the
Qtlumwa, Iowa, association team by a
decisive score. The Omaha men have
-played together as a team for a num
ber of yeara,- which gives, them, a bigy
advantage. .We gamepmyea- in uma-j
lia Monday was anybody's till Ih'e flrial
fcjrll-of'ttaie, -wflfeD. only ne -point sep
arated the twa teams. Tlie 'Christians,
We-'cbmifrg down With tK6 deterralha
,Uq of, repeating their performance of I
Sporae 'time gb, atid tlhe 'Varsity Is!
'-equally determined that there will be
nothing doing but a victory for Ne
braska. This game winds up the bas
ketball season for Nebraska.
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fc. C. Sweaters.
The sweaters awarded the cross
country team have been rocelved and
..distributed. Captain States, Hauser,
Havens, Lampson and Heath, who
made up the Chicago team, were given j
tuff '-cross cdmitry' emblem, the
sweaters are red with a white "N."J
iu a white circle.
Mr. Alvin IB. Pope has recently boen
offered a very flattering position in
w York city, which he has accepted
Pope recently stopped in Lincoln
" on his way to ited Cloud whore he will
enjoy a lohg ' rest befoVe taking up
the Wbtfc of 'superintendent of '"all char
itable and pebal Institutions in N6w
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York city. The extent or the respon
sibility Jionneeied with thlB work will
be realized, when It Is known that
eighty of thc&e Institutions are the
largest in the world. But his previous
elfcpertenceflts hihi admirably tor tlie
place, for last summer he organized,
.made possible and superintended the
departments of charity and correction
at the St. Loujs fair, and during the
latter part of the show superintended
jfthe. entire .educational exhibit
m'Mk&W iLa8t Monday evening Dr. G. W. A.
WMJf addressed the patrons of, the
SKr32; Clinton School on "The HOnie and the
Ge, a Pennant at the Co-op.
fLs W. Pomefehe, 'Plumber, 238 S.
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OySter Htew 26 cb'nfe i Camrbn'a
jaew Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
Varsity vs. Chicago Americans
FRIDAY, MARCH 3 J
3 F M.
jf osf y t iijb fr oj-
Dr. Turtle at Convocation. i
Dr. J. E. Tuttle. of the First Presby-I
terlan church spoke at Convocation'
yesterday on the theme "Religion as a
Luxury." Religion, Dr. Tuttle said,'
should not be a luxury to be UBed now;
and then by a few persons, but a com
modity or life among all men. Religion
Ih an every day necessity among peo
ple, not ii luxury. Some people treat
relleion as they do their Sunday'
clothes; bring it out on special occa
sions. Sundays, at prayer meetings, or'
at a funeral and then carefully put iti
away for the rest of the week. ,$uch.a
misconceived Idea of religion fet!
in Inconsistency,, lack-or teaiityoi -religious
life, aricl delay In the progress
6f religious truth. Religion muBt be
an eVery day commodity especially
among University students.
A number of University professors
will give addresses at the meeting of
the Southeastern Nebraska Education
ai Association which Is now In session
President J. W. Crabtree, of Peru
Normal, Is inspector of accredited high
schools, and Prof. E. H. Barbour will
give an Sddress to the association this
Tomorrow morning Dr. G. W. A.
Lucky will give an address on the sub
ject, "Can tho Number of -Studies Be
low the High -School be Reduced In
the Interests of Scholarship."
Tomorrow evening he will lecture on
the "Impresslonse Received From
Great Paintings He Has Studied in
The 'Sunday Chicago Record-Herald
states that C. W. Dworaak, who was
a sophomore in the University last
year' and played on the sophomore
class baseball team, Is playing second
-base on the second team of the Univer
sity of Chicago.
The second band informal of the
year wis given at Art Hall Saturday
evening. The dance wab a decided suc
cess, the floor being In excellent con
dition and the music being unusually
good. About thirty couples were pres
Michigan defeated Wisconsin at an
indoor track meet In Ann Aruor Sat
urday night by a score of 44 to 22. The
Badgers won first place Ih We high
jtlmp and the relay ace.
According to Dr. Anderson, In the
Yale gym, rectmt strength tests at
Yale showed that the men who cut
down their diet to about one-third the
ordinary consumption have increased
In strength from 35 to 100 per cent in
All track men report for out-door
work this afternoon from 4 to 5.
,W &yb M"t Mf A' A Ut't A 1V W It' t V t & fit sfr fr
H. R. 250.
House Roll 250, the salaries billj
passed the legislature yesterday. The:
bill carries with it an appropriation of
three hundred and fifty thousand dol-j
lars for University salaries. This!
amount Is fifty thousand dollars more!
than the University has ever secured
for this purpose before from the state)
and if the bill Is signed by Govornor
Mickey, and there is nothing to Indi
cate that be has any Intention of do
ing tho contrary, It will greatly facil
itate the University authorities In theirj
.attempt to maintain and If possible
Tcaoning force. The lack of tho money'
with which to pay a reasonable salary
has caused the University to loose s6me
of the strongest members of its facul
ty in the last few years.
Next Sunday's meeting which has
been advertised as a "Men's Meeting"
at which Dr. F. S. Stein will speak, will
be open to both men and women of the
University. This Is considered an un
usually good move because of the rare
qualities of the speaker and because
of the excellent music which can be
justly expected from the Girls' Choral
Dr. Stein, who will speak on the sub
ject, "Where to Put the Emphasis on
Life," has had so much experience with
college students, and understands their
problems so thoroughly that his ad
dress will be of unusual Interest to
every one on the campus.
Miss Nellie McFall, who has charge
ol the Girls' Choral Choir, is so well
and favorably known to all Lincoln
musicians, that the mere announce
ment of her appearance before a uni
versity audience, will attract a very
large nuihber of people. She has been
wonderfully successful in the training
of these sixteen young voices, and gets
from them music of rare harmony and
Memorial Hall should be packed td
Its limit next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Doors open at 2:46" p; tn.
The field work director for the State
Historical Society has recently pub
lished a rtfpHnt edition from the
American Anthropologist , containing
an Interesting story 6t the ancient In
dian fireplaces In the South 'Dakota
Bad Lands. Mr. Sheldon very appro
priately Inserted five half tones show
ing fire places number he, three and
six ahd a general view of Lost Day
Artistic Pennants at the Co-op.
The Good Health CaTe, the no meat
menu. 10c and up. $16.00 for $11.00.
Unl. Pennants at tho Co-op.
Elaborate Plans Being Made By
Physical Training Department
The OnBMitBn Oliiui Will Olv aa
KxttltrttloB la th Armtjf, April 7.
Dr. Clapp and his assistants in the
Physical Training Department Is pre
paring a gymnastic exhibition to be
given in the Armory Friday, April 7th,
which will oaslly eclipse anything of
this nature ever attomptcd in the Uni
versity. A number of the events will
bo dovoted to exhibitions of the pro
gress made by the various classes In
physical training, but a majority of
tho exorcises will be specialties on
parallel and horizontal bars, rings,
horses, etc. blot for Home time has
any such exhibition boon given here
and never before has anything been
planned on such an extensive scale.
An admission price of 25 cents Is to
bo charged and the amount raised by
this oxlitb'ltlon -Will go to help defray
the expense Incurred in sending a gym
nastic team to represent Nebraska, JU
tlie gymnastic inefet to lie held in Chi
cago, Friday, April 18th.
The events to bo given are as
lows; ' m ...
1. Light gymnastic; first
classes; IBS men In drill.
2. Class apparatus work; 4 pieces
of apparatus used at same time par
allel bars, long bars, side horse, low
horizontal bars; 10 men selected from
first year classes on each piece.
3. Double tumbling work by Lane,
Graves, Copeland and Johnson.
4. Hamburg drill by second year
5. Games and contests by first year
classes (new feature).
0. Apparatus work by ;gymnastrjc
team on parallel bars, flying rings and
8. Exhibition of advanced horizon
tal bar work by Dr. Clapp and Mr.
9. Relay races for lnter-class cham
pionship; 8 teams from first year
Wellensick Assistant Manager.
At a special meeting ot 'tlie ftllfletir
Board held yesterday morning A. H.
Wellensick, '00, was appointed assist
ant baseball manager to partially re
lieve Manager Allen of bis increasing
duties. It Was also voted to purchase
new suits for the baseball team. Elev
en men will be fitted but with new
unlibYmB, the color of which Ws hot
yet been decided upon. A suit of gray
similar to the one used last year, will
probably be selected.
The Employment tiUfeAu ot 'the T'.
M. C. A. Has a journal roiito to be dla
pbsed Of. Alsb a pbsitloh as waiter.
Anyone desiring such a place Bhduld
call on the doheral Secretary between
12:20 and 1:00 p. m.
Unl. Pennants at the Co-op.
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.,
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St.
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