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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1905)
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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, J905.
Price 5 Centf
$fte Bails flebraeftan
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Fifteen Innings Not Sufficient to
iteno Pitched th Whole Game With
The rule 6f tbo Regents giving to
the Military the use of the Nebraska
Field after 5 p. m. put a stop to one of
the closest contests ever playod on the
University diamond. At the end of
the ninth inning the score stood
Omaha , 'Varsity 3.
The tenth was no more decisive than
the ninth, each team adding 2 to its
total. The eleventh, twelfth, thir
teenth and- fourteenth were not enough
the leaguers scoring and blanking the
'Varsity and the 'Varsity in turn re
peating the trick. During the fifteenth
lining- with the score 8-7 in favor of
Omaha the fatal 5 o'clock rolled 'round
and the game had to be stopped.
For fifteen innings "Silent" Morse
again demonstrated his ability to more
than hold his own. Without a rest savo
between innings, he pitched as fine a
game of ball as has been seen hero,
fielded his own position admirably and
did his share with the bat. Three of
the Jeaguers were tried in the box and
the manner in which the "Varsity land
ed on the last one meant the substl
, tution of another had the game con
tinued. With the oxcebtloh of one
I V inning tno wnole tdam played steady
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vuuniobeui uuu (kuu uiuic luuu ooiid-
fled the local fans.
Besides the closeness of the game
Cook's batting and fielding and a long
home run drive over loft field fence by
Shipke wGrojtbo features.
Twice, dyfjng the thirteenth and
fourteenth ikhlrigs, the leaguers had
the bases filled 'and only one man out,
but each time the 'Varsity rallied and
kept them from scoring.
The game was called in the middle
of the fifteenth lrining, -with Omaha at
the bat, .to;make room tor th Mil
itary, The sajho teams play again this af
ternoon. The attendance, owing to the
chilly weather, was very light.
Carter rf ,k.
Sewald. cf . .
tfnodu, if 8
Bewer, 3b 7
Howard, lb .7
.Shipke, ss 7
CcCloekoy, 3b" 7
.Gondlhg, c ..... 7 2
Peister, p .T 0
Companion, p v. . . .1 0
BemlB, p :p 0
Tpal ...:... ...60 11 8 42 17 " 4
Nebraska. A.B. H. R. P.O. A. E.
Gaddls, 3b 7 0 0 1 3 3
CpoX cf.. 7
enlon, If 7
a$a, lb 7
Bender, c 6
Beddlck, ss 6
Bine, 2b 6
.: Bcjunldt, rf ., 6
Total 58 1
Home Runs Schlpke.
' Three-base-hits Cook, 2.
' tuck-out By Pfolster, 2; Com
panion, 2; Bomls, 3; Morse, 8.
Base on nans; un companion, jl;
"Double plays Gaddls to Barta.
APRIL 8, 1Q05.
The New Members of Phi Beta
SENIOR BOOK TUESDAY.
A.B. H.R. P.O. A. E.
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3 0 17 0 0
0 1 10 1 1
2 117 2
115 8 1
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Is to Be Placed on Sale April
The Senior Annual will be out oi
press tho latter part of this weok dud
will be placed on sale next Tusedayi
April llth. All Seniors will be ex
pected to redeem their pledges by de
positing cash with the manager and
receiving in roturn certificates ex
changeable for books. The manager
of the publication, Mr. Brown, is to b-3
found in, the editorial rooms of the
DaHy Nebraskan every day including
Saturday from 11 to 11:30 a. m.
The managers have decided to take
the books off sale before tho end of
the present school year. This is a new
departure in class book management,
as heretofore the books have been left
on Bale to Jio, Bold: at whatever jjrice
could be had for them. This yarj
however, as soon as accounts have
been settled and the immediate de
mand for tho '05 books has been Satis
fled .the supply will be withdrawn and
there will be no usual class-bobk bar
gain sale. This means that Seniors as
well as under-classmon will Hare to
make immediate purchases at the reg
ular price, seventy-five cents, Instead
of waiting a year and making their
The books will be placed on ttle
April llth at 11 a. m.
BIG EVENT FRIDAY.
Governor Mickey signed House Roll
250, the salaries bill, Monday. The
Governor's signature constitutes the
last stage in the action necessary ta
have the bill become a fact and there
fore insures three hundred and fifty
thousand dollars for University sal
aries. This amount Is about fifty
thousand dollars more than has ever
been appropriated for this purpose be
fore. The last appropriation waB about
thiee hundred thousand. The lack of
TUnds with which to pay reasonable
salaries has caused the University to
loose Beveral of its most'able profes
sors and the Increase In the amount of
the appropriation, .while too late to
prevent past losses, "will tend at least
to ward off any future ruptures in
the faculty on the score of small salaries.
The Gymnastic Event to Be Very
Great preparations are being mado
by those in charge of tho gymnasium
exhibition on Friday evening. Dr.
Clapp has appointed a committeo
which will have charge of the exhibi
tion. This committee is composed of
C. T. Borg, W. C. Ramsoy, R. H. White
and Dr. Clapp. The preparations aro
for 125 men in tho exorcises besides the
men in advanced classed who will do
special work on the different pieces
The patrons of tho exhibition aro
some of those most prominent in Uni
versity affairs, Every indication
points to a very successful evening.
The patrons and patronesses are as
-Chancellor and Mrs. Andrews.
Regent and Mrs. Teeters.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryan.
Prof, and Mrs. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hall.
Prof, and Mrs Fling.
Mr. and Mra. W. B. Hardy.
The tickets have beeh placed on sale
at the Co-op. ana Harry Porter's, tho
admission being 25c and 35c.
Saturday morning witnessed some
very interesting trials In the courts pf
the Law School. The case of the State
of Nebraska vs. Harry Keysor, a case'
of perjury, was heard, in the District
Gourt. The prosecution, for which F.
W. Gibbs acted as counsel, ommitted
to jrove what the issue was In the
former case In which the perjury was
charged and therefore the Judgo di
rected a verdict of acquittal.
A demurrer of the defendant, the
Lincoln Tank Line Co., to the petition
of Arthur J. Nelson, was also heard in
the District Court. Ringer and Day,
the counsels for the plaintiff, argued
-against the demurrer and Lee and
Smith, counsel for the defendant, ar
gued for the demurrer. No decision
was handed1 down.
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The meeting of the Western Phil
osophical Society, to bo held April 2i
and 22, Is looked forward to with much
Interest by the department of philos
ophy as well as by tho friends of the
association, who anticipate the visit of
Prosident A. Ross Hill of the Univer
sity of Missouri and of Secretary A. O.
Lovejoy Of Washington University at
St Louis, with pleasure. E. I., Hih
iran of Nebraska University Is vice
president of the Association.
For Furs see Steele. 143 S. 12th St.
A new consignment of cuts and half
tones were received by tho Sombrero
Board from the engravers, Barnes
Crosby Co., of Chicago, yesterday. The
cuts include fraternity pictures and
pictures of the military companies.
They are exceptionally good, showing
clearly and distinctly each Individual.
About $300 worth of plates have al
ready boen "received and $100 worth
are In preparation. The special fea
ture of the 1905 Sombrero will be its
wealth of small plates, embracing ko
dak views arid snap shots of football
games, track events, etc., which have
never before appeared In previous Jun
Iilat of Those Wlioio High HoliolMrtlilp
This morning the names of the Sen
iors just elected to membership in tho
Society of Phi Beta Kappa wore an
nounced by Secretary Clements at Con
vocation. Tho required subjects for eligibility
to Phi Beta Kappa are arranged In
three main groups, with three sub
groups In each group, as follows, tho
requirements for each of the nine sub
groups being ten (10) hours:
I. Literary and Linguistic Group.
1. English and English Literature (In
which group Anglo-Saxon is included),
2. Modern Languago and Philology
(In which group, Gothic is included),
3. Anclentr Language: Latin, Greek
and Sanskrit (excluding courses In
Greok or Roman history, art or litefa-. .
turo-ln which Efigltehtetxta.jt .trans
lations aro made tho basis of instruc
tion). II. HUstofttcal and Philosophical
Group 4. History, American and Eu
ropean. 5. Philosophy and Psychol
ogy. 6. Political Economy, excluding
courses without laboratory work.
til. Scientific Group 7. Exact Scl- -onte:
Mathematics. 8. Physical Sci
ences: Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy,
excluding courses without laboratory
Members of the class of 1905, In or
der to be eligible for election to Phi
Beta KappaT must have taken: 1. At
least ten (10) hours of work in at
least one (1) sub-group in each of tho
three main groups. 2. In addition, at
least ten (10) hours of work in each of
at least two (2) of the remaining six
The following Seniors were elected:
r Etta Agee,
Paul W. Harrison.
Frederick M. Hunter.
Arthur H. Marsh.
Frank A. Peterson.
Minnie Petrashek. ".
Helen Redlagton. ' '
Lillian Timms. -
Alice Towne. J
Maud Wilson. 1
Nebraska Alpha of Phi Beta Kappa
was organized in 1896. The society
was founded by Thomas Jefferson,
'membership In it being Intended then
a& It Is now, as' a reward for excel
lence In scholarship.
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