The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 31, 1905, Image 1

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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MARCH 3J, J905.
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REPEL ATTACKS
Freshies Hold Class Meeting in
Spite of '07.
A'Vtrr Sophomores Attempt to Galu Ad
mittance Mat Are Thrown Out.
One of the most -Interesting class
meetings of the year was held In Me
morial Hall yesterday morning at
Chapel time. The attempt of the Soph
omores, strenuous as it was for those
who participated, was poorly organ
ized and with the aid of "the big man
with the big stick" the Freshmen wero
able to overpower the Intruders and
proceed with their regular business.
The Freshmon sent a committee to
the janitor and asked permission to
uw the loom down stairs instead of
the Chapel and their request was re
fused because a 11:30 class was sched
uled to meet in the room. The com
mittee then agreed to see that the room
was vacated before the time for the
class but still the janitor refused to
grant their request and they took pos
session of the room in spite of his or
ders to the contrary.
A few moments later three "Sophs"
ran up the stairs to the Chapel and a
bunch of Freshmen followed. A tUBsle
ensued and "the big man with the big
stick" came to the aid of the Freshies.
The Sophomores were compelled to re
treat and the Freshmen proceeded to
trunsact business, heard the report of
the finance committee and a few re
marks from Its chairman who asked
rll committee chairmen to gtt receipt
ed bills and thereby lighten the burden
cf the finance committee.
b. D. Callahan was appointed mana
ger of the Freshman baseball team and
R. M. BtvrruB was appointed to manage
the Freshman track team.
More Collectors.
President Costelloe, of the Junior
Class1 has added the names of Misses
.lennnie Whltmore and Jane Blanchard
to the committee to inise the assess
ment on- the much talked of "Cap
Fund," The four members appointed a
month or so ago tor collect this money
found1 the task too great for such a
ltmjted number on the committee,
claims Mr. Costelloe, and the addition
of the' two young ladles will facilitate
the collection of the needed money
very much. It Is expected that the two
recent members of the committee will
confine their work mostlyjto the girls
ln-theJunlor Class.
The TTonunlttee will collect twenty
five '.cents from each member of the
class,, and when this. Ib collected the
Juniors claim the entire outstanding
debt will be paid and It Is hoped that
ther members will all dig up as the
committee desires to turn a, surplus
over to the class to be used for other
necessary expenses
The committee authorized to collect
the money Is as follows: Messrs. Roy
Pierce (chairman), A. H. Wellensick,
M. F, Costelloe, A. G. Schreiber and
Misses Blanchard and Whltmore!
Chanln Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13th.
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. Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant,' 119 South 12th.
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BASEBALL
'Varsity vs. Chicago Americans
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31
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Second Gym. Contest.
The second gymnastic contest was
held In the gymnasium Wednefeday ev
ening and was won by Johnson, who
secured 149V4 points in the six plece3
of apparatus.
The other contest was held about
enc month ago on the horizontal and
p&iallel bars, and tumbling. 1 he con
test Wednesday evening Was on the
flying rings, long and side horse. The
srme men participated in' both con
tents with the possible exception of
two.
It has not been decided yet which
men will make the gymnasium team
which Is to represent Nebraska at Chi
cago in the Wostern Inter-collegiato
Gymnasium Meet. This meet will be
held about the first of May.. The men
who won the events Wednesday am!
the points, received areas fqllQwjj:
Side Horse
Johnson, 24 11-12.
Copeland, 24 3-4.
Crabill, 23 3-4.
Lcng Horse
Johnson, 2G 3-4.
Copeland. 23 11-12.
Po&plsll. 16 1-4.
Flying Rings
Johnspn, 24 1-2.
Copeland. 24 1-2.
PospislI, 17.
The three high men in the six events
are: JohnBon, 149 1-12; Copeland,
144 1-4, and Posplsll, 107 5-12.
In Good Condition.
Wednesday night. In the last practice
game of the season, the 'Varsity bas
ketball team defeated the scrubs 28 to
21. Iast night only signal practice
was held. The men are all In the best
of-tr-lni and will put up the best article
of game tonight against the Omaha Y.
M. C. A. that has" been seen on the
Armory floor this season.
"Where to ' Put the Emphasis on
Life,," "by Dr. F. S. Stein, Memorial
Flail, Sunday 3 p. m.
Elliott's Sultorlum, cleaning, dyeing
And repairing Prices reasonable. 1136
O street. Both phones.
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University Republican Club Smoker
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To-night at the Capital Hotel, at 9 p. m.
AH Republicans come and bring your friends.
GOOD MUSIC AND PLEASANT TIME ASSURED
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Sigs Victorious.
The second of the lnter-fraternlty
baseball games was played yesterday
afternoon between the Sigma Cbls and
the Kappa Sigs. The game was a whirl
wind from every standpoint. Even
old natiue took up the spirit of the
game and assisted the twlrlers In put
ting on the "English."
Heacock, who pitched for the Sigma
Chls surprised the "fans" with his
speed and "Scotty" froze onto them
with the big mit, like some men no
their seats In a street car full of wo
men. The K. Stieet Team proved to be the
sluggers, although Stevens did find the
hole in their bat occasionally. The
Kappa Sigs found Heacock quite often,
too, and put several nice ones out Into
the lot.
- .TJic game lasted for seven Innings
and concluded with a score of 21 to 10
In favor of the Sigma Chls.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1 0 1000
81gma Chi 1 0 1000
Delta Upallon 0 1 0000
Kappa Sigma 0 1 00D0
Convocation To-day.
The following program will be given
at Convocation this morning:
String quartet and organ.
Quartets:
a. Minuet Boccherlnl.
b. StlllesGluck Schafer.
c. AMo, Hongrolse Schubert.
Mr. Cllas. Hagenow.
Mr. H. il; Husted.
Mrs. Ina Ensign-Hagenow.
Miss Lillian Eiche.
Strlnge and Organs Capricclo Itali
an Tschalkowsky.
MrH. Raymond at the organ.
The Farm boys defeated the Lincoln
Business College baseball team last
Wednesday afternoon by a score of 12
to 7. TOo Farm boys are rounding out
In good shape with plenty of-enthusl-suw
and material to work with. Tho
manager intends to arrange a gamo
vlth the 'Varsity team In tho near fu
ture. Chris' Bath House, corner 11th ami
P streets.
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LEAGUERS TO-DAY
Chicago Americans vs. 'Varsity on
Campus at 3 P. M.
'Varsity IlftiitllrRppea y Lack of rrnctlc
I'robnble Une-up.
The Chicago White Sox will meet
Nebraska this afternoon on the 'Var
sity campus. Manager Allen's an
nouncement, the first of tho week, In
regard to this game has caused con
siderable oxcltomont In baseball cir
cles. It Is the flist tlmo since '96 that u,
major league team has appeared in
Lincoln. For this renson a good crowd
of the local baseball fans are expect
ed out this alternoon to watch tho
old men and ones who play tho game
as a professional performs.
The Nebraska baseball team has not
been picked very definitely yet, but
Captain Bendct will have decided by
tomorrow pretty definitely what men
he will send In to play for Nebraska.
University and Lincoln fans will bo
especially Interested In matching tho
men who are among the fastest in tho
country. The White Sox possess bov
cial players who are commonly consid
ered without peers at their positions.
Isbell Is considered the Ideal first
baseman. Terinehlll is noted for Mb
marvelous fielding at third base and
Callahan, Jones nnd Green stand near
the head of the list of fielders in the
American league. The White Sox
squad consists of the following play
ers, all of them well known to Univer
sity fans by reputation.
Catcheis Sullivan, MacFarland.
Pitchers Owen, Patterson, Smith,
Altrock, Walsh and White.
First Base Isbell, Donahue.
Second Base Dendon, At
Third Base Tannehill, Clark, Rohp.
Short Stop Davis.
Left Fielders Callahan, Holmes,
Stanley.
Center Fielders Jones, Kerwin.
Right Fielders Green.
Tennis Men Meet.
Thirty tennlB enthusiasts wore pres
ent at the first meeting of the TennlH
Club held yesterday morning: Mr.
Perslnger was re-elected president of
the Club and Mr. Cossady was again
given the position of manager. Mr.
Matheyv was elected secretary-treasurer.
The number -attending thist the
first meeting of tho year, was unusually
large. A good number of new men tfere
present, and all were elected to mem
bership. Games will be played with Iowu
teams in Iowa. The manager will also
arrange several meets to be played pJL
in Lincoln. A game between Wealey
an University and the second team has
been fixed. Several prizes will bo of
fered for individual work with the
racquet and with the enthusiasm with
which the tennis season is opening Ne
braska should have a championship
team this year. The dues for this
year were not changed from those of
former years. Initiation fee is $2.00,
.with a semestral fee of J1.Q0.
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