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Vol. IV, No. 130
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, J 905.
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Glee Club Returns From Extend
ed Spring Tour.
'Varsity Allows Mountaineers
Only One Run.
TVmiu LoU'hS ft. in. ror Game With
. ghlanit t'urk.
The men from Colorado came out
of their wild country yesterday to give
uc a chance to see what they could
do to Nebraska on her home ground,
and narrowly averted a shut-out
through the single error chalked up
against Nebraska occurlng at an un
opportune time. Nebraska played a
star and almost errorless game despite
a muddy field and a heavy wind. The
Colorado 'men seemed somewhat rusty
and made more errors than even a
new field, or bad as ours even, can
exeuse. Their pitcher was able to
strike out men with comparative ease
but allowed hits to follow each other
too closely for the clean appearance
of the score sheet. Morse pitched his
usual faultless game and kept the hits
well scattered, with the sole exception
of the ninth inning when he allowed
two singles. He showed perfect con
tiol and not a man got a .pass to first
off him. The support accorded him
The scoring began in the second
when Rhoades tried to catch Barta
napping at second, and almost threw
the ball over the shops, allowing the
big first baseman to canter in to home.
The real fun began in the fourth, how-
over. Barta led off with a clean hit,
and Bender brought, him In with a
nice three bagger. Reddick singled,
scoring Bender. Rine picked out -a
nice easy one to let hit him and limp
ed to first. Schmidt overcomes his
modesty and lifts one into right field
where Gharst and Ashton performed
the Alphonse and Gaston act over the
sphere, and finally let Mother Earth
catch It. Morse takes out his spite
on Rhoades by making him jump, and
scores Rlne and Reddick. Gaddls
thought the score was big enough and
gave Harper a little play.
in the seventh the boys took an
other hitch in their trousers. Cook
at last got his eye on the ball and
alugjed to left. Fenlon did his best to
-sacrifice, but Becker fumbles the ball
and two men are on bases. Cook
played around second and gave Gharst
four chances to spot him, but the
latter insisted on dropping the ball
each time. Cook was then forced out
at third by Barta, who reachedflrsl.
Bender singled and brought Fenlon In.
Rine pulled another twobagger, scor
ing Binder and Barta. Schmidt ended
the inning by striking out.
In the eighth Inning Becker got a
nice hit by placing the ball againBt
the machine shop, and Rhoades tried
to duplicate his performance, giving
ScWmidt a chance to make the most
Chancellor Andrews returned Thurs
day evening from the east after an
absence of two weeks granted him by
the board of regents. The Chancellor
spent the greater part of his time In
Now York. While there he delivered
1 two lectures, one at Vassar college and
the other at Wellesley.
$1,00 PHR PLATE
All Engineering Student are invited.
spectacular play of the gmme by catch,
ing the ball on the dead run.
In the ninth Gnddis fumbled a hit
by Walsh and with this error and
two singles Colorado succeeded in get
ting a man across the plate.
A.B. R. B.If. P.O. E
Gaddis, .lb 3 0 0 1 1
Ccok. cf 5 0 t 2 0
Fenlon, If 4 3 1 2 0
Barta. lb 3 2 1 10 0
Bender, c 3 2 2 5 0
Reddick. ss 3 1 1 1 0
Rine, 2b 3 I 2 3 0
Si-hniidt. rf 3 0 0 1 0
Morse, p 3 0 0 1 0
Total 30 ! R 27
A.B. R. B.H. P.O. E.
Walsh, ss 4 0 2 2 0
Gharst. 2b 4 0 1 2
Aahton. rf I 1 1 0 0
Dais. lb 4 0 2 8 0
Snyder, If 3 0 0 1 0
Caley, c 3 0 0 7 1
Harper, cf 2 I) 1 3 0
Backer, 3b 3 0 1 2 1
Rhoades, p 3 0 0 I) 2
GREAT INTEREST SHOWN
.30 1 7 24 6
SCORE BY INNINGS.
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 8 9
Colorado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Nebraska 0 1J) 4 10 3 0
Two-base hits Rine, 2.
Three-base hits Bender.
Bases stolen Fenlon, 2; Reddick.
Double plays Morse to Rine to
' Bases on balls Rhoades. 1.
Hit by pitcher By Morse. 1; by
Struck out By Morse 7; by Rhoades
Passed balls Caley. 2; Gharst, 1.
Time of game, 1:30.
The team with Manager Alle.i In
charge left early this morning for Des
Moines where Highland park fur
nished the first chance for victory'.
The men will not return until May
GREEN'S BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
Palace, 109 No. 11th Street.
Track Men Attend Mass Meeting
In Large Numbers.
Dr. Clapp's office was filled to over
flowing with men Interested In track
work yeBterday morning at chapel
time, when he gave them a talk on
training In general, on track meets
l.i particular and the necessity for
hard consistent training by each In
dividual in order to turn out a win
As to the schedule he thought It
advisable to concentrate all efforts on
the dual meets in the near future and
not attempt to make the relay car
nival to be held next week. The first
preliminaries will be held next Sat
urday, May 6, and the Inter-class pre
liminaries the following week. May
20 Is the date set for the meet at
Lincoln with Colorado and In order
to be in Bhape for it the men must
get out every day, rain or shine. In
bad weather the hurdles will work
outside of the fence on R street, the
sprinters on the lawn and the distance-
men will be taken to the B. &
M. or Northwestern tracks.
On the 30th of May a meet will be
held with South Dakota at Vermillion
and after that arrangements will de
pend upon the condition of the team.
If it is In first class shape the board
may send, some at least, to Chicago on
June 3rd and others may go to Kan
sas City on the 10th to compete for
western athletic union championships.
The- time for men to get out Is so
arranged that Dr. Clapp will be alle
to give individual attention to each
squad. Sprints and hurdles at 4:00;
long distance men at 4:30; Jumps,
pole vault and weights from 5 to G.
The men also received some good
pointers on sleep and diet. From 9
to 10 hours sleep was recommended.
Without a training table it-is hard to
regulate diet but the men were cau
tioned to avoid pastries and cake and
confine themselves as much as pos
sible to beef.
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Manager at OIHnn For Coming Year
Tho glee club returned yesterday
from the spring vacation trip which
included seven concerts, at Crete, Bea
trice, Fairbury, Grand Island, Aurora,
York aud Seward.
With the exception of the one at
Crete the concerts were all most suc
cessful, from every point of view. At
Crete, the first appearance, without a
leader and unaccustomed to their new
pianist, the men lacked confidence and
spirit, but after the first nlght'B stand
a faithful practice or two gave the
needed confidence and thereafter the
concerts were more than satisfactory.
At Beatrice a good crowd attended
In spite of the rainy weather, and
press comment at that place was lav
ish in its praise for the club and their
wprk, assuring for them an opportun
ity to reappear at Beatrice whenever
the club wished.
Rainy weather greeted the men at
Fairbury also, but here again a good
crowd was on hand, and the efforts of
the club heartily received. .
Saturday and Sunday were spent In
Lincoln, the club going out to Grand
Island Monday and working back to
Lincoln. At Grand Island there was
more rain than nt any other place,
but there, too, a goodly number braved
the elements and heard the men. Tho
lad weather story was repeated at
both Aurora and York, but fair sized
audiences greeted the club at each
place. At Seward, the last stop on the
trip, fine weather returned and a
"standing room only" house heard the
club. The final concert proved a good
windup to a moat successful trip, tlie
men being In the best of form and an
excellent concert closed the tour.
Before the glee club left on Its trip
Martin H. Dirks, whose admirable
handling of the home concert proved
his ability, was unanimously elected
manager of the club for the ensuing
year. At a buslnoss meeting heUJ on
the trip thq present manager, Everett
L. Williams, was elected to the posl- ;
tion of president, Eddie Johnson vice
president and Mr. Cobb treasurer of
the club for the coming year. The
club decided that the selection of new
men should devolje upon the presi
dent, manager and director, the lat
ter office not yet having been filled.
A committee of three was appointed by
the president to draw up a glee club
constitution. A banquet, to leave
things running smoothly, was dis
cussed, and while no definite arrange
ments were made It Is probable that
a spread will be given in the near
The trip financially also was a suc
cess, accounts, when checked up, will
show a balance on the right side.
Plans are already under way looking
toward a more extensive scale of op
eration next season, both at home and
on the trips which will be taken.
Football practice wjll be held Mon
day at 3:30 p. m. Men get suits in
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