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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MAY 9, J905.
Price 5 Cents
LINDE TO BE DEDICATED THIS
MORNING AT 11 O'CLOCK.
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TWO MARKS WE'RE LOWERED AT
I MEMORIAL DAY
Extensive Program in German Poet's
Honor to Be Given Tonight in Me
It nlay be asserted with reasonable
certainty that no German poet has
been honored as enthusiastically by
Anglo-Americans as Is Schiller In the
large' number of celebrations marking
the centennial of his death. Extensive
preparations are being made In the
University to produce a celebration
which may be worthy of the high. esti
mation In which the poet la held by
this community, and the kind co-operation
of local musicians. Is sufficient
assurance of abundant success.
At 11:00 a. m. the "Schiller-Lindc"
will be dedicated. A brief and some
what Informal program has been ar
ranged for this occasion, since the
principal celebration is reserved for
the evening. Not only the students
of the University but citizens general
ly are cordially Invited to take part
In honoring Germany's most popular
r-oet on this occasion.
The program for the dedication of
the "Schiller-I.lnde" which will o.cur
on the campus at 11 o'clock this morn
ing Is as follows:
"Deutschland, Deutsehland uber
Allea," Unlversltats 1 iederkranz.
- Ansprache: Wldmung der "Schiller
I.lnde," Professor P. H. Grummann.
"Am Bnyinen vor dem Thor," Unl-
Festgedlcht verfaszt von, Anna
K rum bach.
"Der Mai 1st gekommen," Univer
At S: 15 this evening the following;
program will be given in Memor.al
1. Overture zu Schiller's "Tell," Ros
2. Schiller, a Force In Modern Cul
ture, Professor Laurence Fossler.
3. Schiller's "Glocke" (Auswahl).
Romberg. Sopran, Mth. H. Flnley
Helms; Alt., Miss Julia McCune; tenor,
Mr. Joseph Wurzburg; bass, Professor
4. 'Maria Stuart" Act III, Sc 1.4.
Maria, Katherlne Lumry. Paulet, F.
W. Hrubesky. Elisabeth. Ruth Wood
small. Leicester, Earl Denny. Han
nah, Leah Meyer. Shrewsbury, F. A
Peterson-. t .
5. "Piano Solo Schiller's "Glocke"
Loos; Nellie K. Griggs.
G. "Die Jungfrau von Orleans," Act
IV, Scl-; Gertrude Rademacher.
7. Auswahl aus der "Glocke," "Rom
berg, (a) Bass Solo Iu die Er'd iat's
aufgenommen. (b) Quartet Dem dun
kelri Schosz ler hell'gen Erde. (c)
Soprano Solo Munter fordert seine
.Schrltto. (d) Quartet Taujend flelsz'ge
Hande regen; Misses Helms and Mc
Cune; MesBra. Morris and Wurzburg.
8. Die Kapuzlnerpdedlgt ("Wallen
stelns Lager"); Albert Aron.
9. Gesangvortrag: (a) Wohl auf,
Kameraden, aufs Pferd! (Wallonsteln).
(b) Mit dem Pefll, dem Bogen ("Tell")
(c) Ein frele8 Leben fuhren wlr ("Die
"The audience Is requested to join
In the lasjt song.
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Tuesday Evening;, May 8
U MEMORIAL HALL
U 8115 P. M.
WIN TWO GAMES.
Team Takes a Brace and Lands Two
The arslty showed the people of
Missouri how to play ball Saturday by
defeating Washington University of
St. Louis by io to 0. The Washlng
tonlans were not able to get a look In
as the score Indicates, nnd instead the
tarsi ty pounded the ball all over tho
lot. Morse was on his mettle Satur
day, for he twisted the sphere so that
nine of the ball tossers of the unfor
tunate team were unable to connect,
and took the bench. Nebraska suc
ceeded In getting 15 hits off Jones and
aided by Washington's seven errors,
were able to send Bixteen men across
tfie plate. Bender batted out a bo'me
run when the bases were full and Fen
Ion a three bagger when two men were
There was nothing doing on the
Washington side of the score card, it
was simply one, two, three and take
the field for them. But three men
were able to touch the ball for safe
hits and these proved Ineffective. Jones
was only able to Etrlke out four of
the arslty player3. The varsity has
struck the winning gait now and from
all indications intends to ndd victor
ies Instead of defeats to their score
The game with IHinols College at
Jacksonville proved somewhat of a
clr.ch for the varsity, the game ending
3G to I!. Twenty hits were secured off
Harmon, the opposing pitcher, while
Nllsson, who'twirled for Nebraska, was
touched up for but one.
Five errors were made by the 'var
sity and fitteen by tho Illinois team.
Nllsson struck out four men and Har
Phi Psi's Win.
The Phi Kappa Pais succeeded In
teasing the PhLDeltav Thetas on the
diamond long enough Saturday after
jioon at F. and M. Park to pull a vic
tory" away from themT The score for
this seven Inning game was 10 to 5 In
favor of the Phi Psls. Calahan pitched
for Phi PbI, while Durkee and Hughes
smothered the ball back of tho 'home
plate. Neely pitched for Phi Delts
and Keeler acted as back stop. Neely
was a little wild at times and would
forget to use the spit ball at others,
but Calahan had perfect control of his
curvea and threw the .grape vine curve
with perfect ease.
The last meeting of the Glee Club
for the present year will be held to
night at 7 o'clock. Important matters
are to be considered and a full atten
dance is urged.
Students' Debating Club Uphold Ne
braska's Forensic Reputation.
The StudenU Debating club won-a
victory over tho Alpha Omega'B of
Doane College by a vote of 2 to 1.
The battle was a live one from start to
finish. Charts illustrating Important
points and principles were used by
both sides. Bot.i teams had heard the
question debated in interstate work.
In addition to this, the Doane Team
had debated the question with Bollevuc
College and won tho unanimous deci
sion of the judges. Another charac
Utic of the program waa tho originality
and Individualism of the speakers. The
logician, the thinker, the story teller
and tho orator each camo In for hid
share of the work and lent variety to
what otherwise would have been mo
notony. ' '
At the close of the debate Prof.
Fogg was called upon and in a brief
speech mentioned his Interest In an
open, active debating club, and em
phasized the Importance of such a
club in connection with class room
work. The visiting team was composed
ol Messrs. Perry, Potts and Halght.
Tho home team was Whelon, Yoder
J. A. Magulro was presldlg officer.
Dr. Ross, Judge Hastings and Attorney
Miller were the Judges. Dean Ringer
was time Tteoi.er. After the debate
the vUltor3 were entertained, by- the
Prof. E. H. Barbour gave an Inter
esting lantern slide lecture at Con
ocatlon yesterday on "The Geological
Expeditions of the Hon. C. H. Mor
rill." Professor Barbour praised high
ly tho generous benefactor of the
University, Mr. Morrill, and the Im
portant work which his oxpelltlons
have accomplished m-tUeJa&r decade.
Slides were shown of thcad Lands
of Nebraska and South Dakota, where
A largo part of the geological work m
done. " Pictures of fossils which wero
discovered" In these sections wore
shown, Including tho fossils and restor
ation of tho three toed horse, the rep
tilian bird with teeth, and tho im
mense dinosaurus. Scenes from tho
camp life of tho students on expedl-"
tlons were also shown. The lecture
was very interesting and spIceU with
the wit and humor characteristic of
Professor Barbour's lectures, was
thoroughly enjoyed "by all who wore
Hal H. Roberts and Harry B. Smith,
'01, arig Edgar F. Davis, '04, were in
town Friday and Saturday for the
Alpha Theta Chi banquet.
Soft Track and High Winds Make Fast
Time Impossible Low .Hurdles
and 220 Dash Yet to Be Run.
A Bmall but enthusiastic crowd wit
nessed the preliminary track meet Sat
urday afternoon on Nebraska Field.
Tho weather was a Uttlo raw and tho
track In very poor condition for anj
good time. It was on account of tho
poor condition of tho track that tho
220 yard dash and hurdles wero not
run. These events will bo run this
The distances made In tho fixed
events more than counter-balanced the
poor tlmo made In tho track events.
Hagenslck broke the university record
in tho polo vault by clearing the bar
nt 11:1 feot. Thla Is 5 Inches over
tho record formerly hold by Benedict
at 10:8 ft. Cornell ajsd broko tho
university record In tho hammer throw
by hurling tho ball out 137 ft. 10 In.
The distance of tho other events were
up to the standard and O. A. Moyer
came within of an Inch of oqtialing
the varsity record in the high Jump.
His Jump was 5:9 ft.
In the track oventa Penrod proved
to be the winner of tho 880 and mile,
while Heath carried off first honors
in the two mile in good time. Bur
niHS won the 100 yd. dash In very good
time, 10 3-5 seconds, with Wallace,
second and Craig, third. The 440 went
to G. A. Moyer, but here the heavy
track again prevented tho tlmo from
being good, as 57 4-5 seconds waa tho
best. Hauser won tho high hurdles In
17 seconds, with HagenBlck second.
The events and the winners and tlm
of each are as follows:
100 Yards 1st heat won by Wallace,
2nd Bowman, tlmo 10 4-5. 2nd heat
won by Burruss, 2nd Craig, time 10 3-5.
Final heat won by BurrusB, 2nd Wal
lace, 3rd Craig, time 10 3-5.
Pole Vault Won by Hagenslck, 2,nd
McDonald, 3rd Gibson. Height. 11:1
Half Mile Won by Penrod, 2nd
Davis, 3rd Morgan, time 2:15 2-5.
Shot Put Won by Wellor, 2nd Cor
nell, distance 35:3 It.
120 Hurdles Won by Hausor, 2nd
Hagenslck, 3rd Peck, tlmo 17.
High Jump Won by G. A. Moyer,
2nd Wallace, 3rd Burruas, height 5:9
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Hammer Throw Won by Cornell, 'f.
2nd Wellor, dlstando 137jl0 f t. .
Mile Run Won by Penrod, 4 2nd
Davis, 3rd Brown, time 5:12,
Discus Won by Cornell,-2nd Bow
man, 3rd Durkee, distance 01:6.
Quarter Mile Won by G. A. Moyer,
2nd Copejand, 3rd Dana, time 57 4-5.
Running Broad Jump Won by Hag
enslck, 2nd Wallace, 3rd Hauser, dis
tance 20:10 ft.
Two Mile Run Won by Heath, 2nd
Deeds, 3rd Thelsen.
Tho athletic board met last night tit
a brief session. Some changes in tho
constitution were discussed, but no
definite action regarding the sam.e was
taken The t lection bgard which will
have charge of Wednesday's election
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