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Vol. IV, No H9
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1905.
MAKE EVEN BREAK
Series Results in One Apiece and
NtlOD' Pitching f"rnUbf Bnrprl
for the Fnn.
The basoball funs bad a chance to
see one of the fastest games of base
ball yesterday that was ever played on
th local diamond. The 'Varsity show
ed the leaguers a trick or two, by
defeating them, 4 to 2. This endd
the aeries with the percentage even
ior the two teams. Each winning a
game and the third was a tie.
The way Nllsson tooled the Omaha,
ram 'yesterday wasnt" bad." They wore
not able to get a decent hit out of
him until the seventh when they got
two 6bort hits and aided by an error
brought In their only runs. Beside
pitching good ball he did yeoman ser
vice with the slabstlck. The support
given him by the other men was gilt
edge. The other 'Varsity men showed
that they had no wrinkle- In their
batting clothes, and they whaled the
luckless Omaha pitcher, Pfelstcr, for
ten -ftluciouB swats, which included
two three-baggers and a two-bagger.
The fact of the matter is that the
'Varsity made Pa Rourke's colts rath
er nervous and sometimes you could
hear "Butch" saying "hard luck."
Probably he wished he could occupy
Bender's place and in this way run iu
n few scores.
The 'Varsity made their runs in the
fiist and Becond. In the latter they got
busy with the stick and made three
nice runs as Reddick, Rine and Hyde
alJ crossed the plate. The Omaha men
trailed until tho seventh before they
decided to tally a few and two was the
The support given the pitcher yes
terday, Nllsson and Blake"' Is especial
ly worthy . of. -mention, - Every man
was In his place and this proced to be
right in the course of flight of the
ball. But few errors were made by
cither team. The work of Bender as
manipulator of the indicator was
A.B. R. H. P.O A. E.
Thiel, If 3 0 0
Curte-r, rt 4 o 0
Welch, lb 3 1 1
Sewald. cf 4 0 0
Howard, 2b 4 1 1
Schipke, ss 4 0 0
Beaver, 3b 3 0 0
Gonding, c 2 0 0
Pfelster, p 1 0 0
Liebhart, p 2 0 0
Frieze c 1 0 0
Tp,tal 31 2 2 27 9
VARSIITY: A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Gaddis, 3b 3 L 2 0 3 0
Cook, cf 3 0 0 0 0 1
Fenlou, If 4 0 1 2 0 0
Barta, lb 3 0 0 13 0 1
Schmidt, If 3 0 0 1 0 0
Reddick, ss ...4 1 1 0 G 1
Rine, 2b ...3 1 2 1 2 0
Hyde, c 4 1 1 10 1 0
Nllsson, p 3 0 3 0 1 0
Blake, p .0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 30 4 10 27 13 3
Omaha 0 0000020 02
Nebraska 13000000 4
Summary: Two-base hits Nllsson,
Welch. Three-ba8 hits Hyde, Fen
lcn. Double play Beaver, unassisted.
Struck out By Nllsson, 7; by Blake,
2; by liebhart, 2. Bases on .balls
Blake, X; Pfelster, 1. Passed ball
Hdye, 1. Earned runs Hyde, Rjne
Welch. Hit by balls By Nllsson; by
Pfeister, 1; .by Blaek, 1.
Time of game, 1:05.
8 F. m.
Admission 25 emd 35 Cents.
THE SENIORS MEET.
.AjQuantity-of Routine Business
The Senior Class met yesterday at
11 In tho Chemistry Lecture Room for
the transaction of routine business.
The various committees reported what
progress each had made.
Manager Brown stated that the Sen
ior Annual would be placed on sale
Tuesday, April 11th. He also stated
that material which was to have
made a book of only sixty, pages when
-set up made one hundred and twentj-
elght pages. This additional number
or pages means that at least three
hundred and fifty copies of the book
ruuEt be sold.
Mr. Warren, chairman of the Com
memoration Committee, owing to his
having accepted a position, resigned
and Roy Cochran was appointed chair
man in his place. Neither the nature
of the commemorative exercises nor
tho date have been decided upon.
Mr. Hunter, of tho Ivy Day Commit
tee, reported that plans fdr. this day
were well under way, and would con
sist of the usual class song, class
poem, may-pole dance, etc. At his
request the sentiment of the class
regarding the date was ascertained.
Contrary- to" faculty recommendations
the class voted to set the date the lat
ter part of May, instead of waiting
until Commencement week.
No- reports were had of the May
Outing Committee nor of the Class
Song Committee. ,
It was decided to organize a babe
ball team, and a captain is tcfbe
elected at once.
The Senior Prom Committee repoit
ed a deficit of ?25.00, and the- class
decided to take over this deficit. A
committee was appointed to fix a tax
and collect from each man of the class
enough to cancel the indebtedness.
The matter of graduation caps and
gowns for the men was discussed to
The discussion of graduation cos
tumes brought forth much unlooked
to: tnlk both for and against the
wearing of caps and gowns. So much
feeling was manifest that a special
meeting will probably be called to con
sider this question further.
The exhibition given tonight at the
jArmory'has two features otf tho pro
gram that are especially worthy of
mention. These are the Hamburg drill
by the second year class, and the py
The Hamburg drill is all free hand
work and very Interesting. Tho men
have beon practicing for this about
a month and have It down to a fine
point. This drill originated in Ger
many where the gymnastic teams con
gregate every vear in Hambutg for
a tournament and give the drill.
The pryumld building will be by tar
the most interesting stunt of the even
ing. Most of the men In this work
have done a great deal of gymnastic
work and ate well equipped for this
All in all this will be one of the
most Interesting exhibitions ever given
to a Lincoln public. If it proves
a success this year, It will become
an annual event.
The proceeds of this exhibition will
be devoted, to defraying tho expense
incurred In sending a gymnastic team
to represent Nebraska In Chicago In
the neat future-.
Dr. J. M. Mayhew gives another of
his popular organ recitals this morn
ing at Convocation.
War March of Priests, "Athalie"
Coronation March Meyerbeer
Dr. G. W. A. Luckey has been asked
to, read a paper on "Child Study" at
the meeting of the National Educa
tional Association, July 6. It will be
impossible for him to accept the In
vitation on account of his engagement
for summer school In Xha University.
Vocal solo Mr. Turner
Reading Miss Fall
Mining In the Black Hills H. C. Pryor
Guitar solo r-rr Mr, Davis
Paper Agnes Nickerson
Piano solo MIbb Stonecyphor
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yfJPR,IL 3, 1QQ5.
Three Rewards for High Scholar
Klereu High Men la th Frfnliiucn f.nn
Last night the names of the three
members of the Freshman Law Class,
awarded prizes for excollcnco In first
year studies were announced. Tho
three students who attained the high
est rank In. studios of tho first semes
ter and who will receive the prizes
offered by a momber of tho Nebraska
Bar are as follows:
First 0. A. Borgren, average DC.
Second J. D. Clark, average 05-f.
Third N. S. Brown, average 94.
Tho prlzoB will be standard law books
selected by tho Dean of the College
and will bo presented to the success
ful students In a few days. Last ear
tho three prizes weio awarded to Theo
dore T. Johnson,' Charles D. Rltchlo
and George I.antz.
In addition to' the winners of tho
prizes honorable mention was raado
of eight other studonts who obtained
nr. average of 90 or over In tholr first
semester's work. The averages weru
computed from the grades received In
the four branches of tho Freshmnn
Law Course, namely: Common Law,
Property, Contracts and Torts. Last
year only six men attained the aver
age of 90 whjle cloven men received
that grade this year. Tho names of
j'thoso who received excellent grades
Fourth L. P. Hewett, average, 93.
Fifth O. F. Cowan, average, 92 -f.
lSxth B. F. Butler, averago 92.
Seventfi C. A. Sawyer, average 91.
Eighth J. R. Green, average, 91.
Eighth M. L. Corey, avorage, 91.
Tenth L. Lillasen, 90-f.
Eleventh J. L. Davidson, 90
April 7, 1905.
Piano solo Miss Strickland
Inaugural address Mr. Peterson
7 , Miss Potrashek
Recitation Mr. Roy Clark
Med,ey Miss Dye
Recitation Miss Erlckson
Vocal solo Mr. Turner
Tho Palladian RnHv haM ,. ni.
tion of ofTIcers for tho rest of tho
semester at their business meeting
lots Friday evening. Tho following
wore elected: President, F. A. Peter
son; vice presldont, Roy Clark; record
ing secretary, Miss Erlckson; corres
ponding secretary, Miss Greepwold;
executive board, Sherman Black, Nell
ie Miller and James Anderson;' pro
gram secretary, Miss Dye; musical
8x,eu.r.al'y' Mr' rncr; historian, Mr.
Philips; critic. Mr. Bbrg; senator.
Miss Strickland; sargent-at-armo, Miss
Potrashek. Tho officers of tho society
are elected threo times a year.
S. Goldman has secured a position
under the United States Department
of Forestry and will leave In a few
days for Holsoy, Nebraska, to begin
work of the Forest Reserve. Mr.
Goldman is a student In -tho Forestry
course and it is doubtless through the
excellence of his work In that Depart
ment that he has been able to secure
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