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Vol. IV, No. 145
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1905.
Price 5 Cents
YORK WINS MEET
INTERSCHOLA8TIC FIELD MEET
BY MARGIN OF 11 POINTS.
Beatrice, Falrbury and Pawnee City
Make Good Showing, But Could
Not Overcome Lead.
A large and enthusiastic crowd
gathered on the University athletic
fleld to witness the field meet between
six of Nebraska's leading high schools.
The weather was Ideal and especially
conducive to fast time. Probably
a more representative crowd never as
sembled In Lincoln to witness the High
School Fete Day exercises. There
were large crowds from every school
represented. York had a strong man
In Wlldman, who was responsible for
fifteen of their points. Besides this
bchool had a much larger representa
tion on the track than any of the other
schools. Beatrice was second but not
close enough to York to make It Inter
esting at any time. Falrbury and
Pawnee City were third and fouth re
spectively In the final results. Burn
ham, of Pawnee City, showed up well,
winning both the distance runs in very
good time. This runner gave evidence
of much head work in his running. The
relaj race was the most exciting of
all the eventa. York pulled out a vic
tory over Beatrice In a very close
The manner In which the eventa
were pulled off yesterday gives great
credit to the management. The meet,
which did not commence until after
2 o'clock but was over by 5, and In
time for the dress parade by the
Cadets. The work of the Cadets In
drill was of a very high order and
many expressions of praise could l.e
heard coming from the Isltors as thoy
viewed the different movements and
thq proper execution given by th-?
Cadets. The four companies drilled
so well yesterday that considerable In
terest has been aroused as to the out
come of competitive next Friday. All
in all tho fete day exerclseB were the
best he,ldfpr Borne time!
The events and winners of the field
meet are as follow s :
100 yard'Ua8h First, Wild man, Y.;
second, Lawson, B.; third, Morris, H.
Time, ; 10 3-5.
'Pole vault FJrst, Schultz, B.; sec
ond McMaster,' P. C; third, Brandt,
B. . Height, J0.15.
Shot puU First, Du Val, F..; sec
ond, Taylor, Y.; third, Hgenfritz, P.
C. D'Isumce, 45.4,
Half-mile run First, Burnham, P.
C; second, Kune, .y.; third, Brandt, B.
Time, 2:13 2-5.
120 yard hurdle First, McDonald,
Y.; second, Bay, B.; third Schultz, B.
Time," rT7 '3-5. ' -
High Jumh First, "Du 'Val, B.; seo
ond;Hgenfrltz, P. C.; third, MillerB.
Height, 5.4. "-. s
Hammer throw First, Babcock, F.:
second, Hgenfritz, P. C; third, Di'i Val,
B. Distance, 128.7.
440 yard dash First, McDonald, Y.;
second, Morris H,; third, Thorhburg,
B. Time :56 3-5.
Mile run First, Burnham, P. C.:
second, Brandt, ,B.; third, Purdy, u.
Broad Jump First, Wlldrrinn, Y.;
second, Du Val,- B.;- thlfd Babcock, F.
Distance," 20.4 ' ; '
220 yard dash First, Wlldman, Y.;
DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY
"The Shakespeare Water Cure"
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
MEMORIAL HALL, 8 P. M.
second, Lawson, B.; third, Babcock,
F. Time, 2:4 1-5.
220 yard hurdle First. McDonald,
Y.; second, Lawson, B.; third, Ball, II.
Half-mile relay First, York; second,
Beatrice. Time, 1:54 4-5.
B. Beatrice. F. Fairbury. H.
Humboldt. P. Plattsmouth. P. C--Pawnee
City. Y. York.
ORD WINS DEBATE.
Lincoln Carries Off Second Honors.
Omaha Comes Third.
The High School Fete Day exercises
held here jesterday culminated In the
annual debate of the Nebraska Inter
scholastic Association In Memorial
Hall last evening. Six high schools,
.York. Beatrice, Lincoln, Omaha, Old
and Blair participated In the contest,
each represented by one speaker. The
judges awarded first honors to Russel
Mann, of Ord; second place to Gary
G. Young of Lincoln, and third place
to H. W. Potter, of Omaha.
The question debated was as fol
lows: Resolved, That In Nebraskn candi
dates for state, county and city elec
tive offices and for the state and na
tional legislatures should be nominated
b direct vote.
Affirmative York, Hubert O. Bell;'
Beatrice, Charles H. Stoll; Lincoln,
Gary G. Young.
Negative Omaha, H. W. Potte;
Ord, Russel Mann; Blair, Carl Ander
son. The following Judges rendered the
Professor W. G. L. Taylor, Professor
E. A. Ross. Albert Watklns, Esq.
While the judges were deliberating,
Professor M. M. Fogg, CM. Bracqlean,
an old-Uulverslty debater, now head
of the History Department 1n the Oma
ha High School, and N. M. Cronln, an
other old Nebraska debater, who is in
structor in History and Debate in the
Lincoln Hign School, responded, to
callsby tho audience with brief addresses.
The last meeting for the year of the
Pedagogical Club was held last even
ing (Thursday.) There was a large
attendance. In a few brief introductory
remarks Professor Luckey gave some
points as to the relation of the under
graduate club to the permanent or
ganization which meets semi-annually,
and Invited all members to be present
at the meeting of the gradua,club
In June and to become members of It.
The program was a kind of sympo
sium on the relations of the teacher to
the community. Professor Candy led
off with a ten minute talk on applying
tho principle of temperance to diff
erent sides of life where excess Is
llnble to come In. Professor Smith,
of the Department of Education, gavo
some pedagogical reasons why the
teacher should inteiest himself in the
Sunday school. Professor Caldwell
followed with some suggestions for
making school grounds and town more
attractive. Professor Bolton, who was
Introduced as an original genius, mnde
a few remarks nlong the Jine of broad
ening one's sympathies and attitudes,
so ns to a'oid making tho badge of the
teacher conspicuous ' and thus being
rated as a "teachory" teacher. Profes
sor Jackson, of Wesleyan University,
gave a suggestive ialk on the teacher's
relation to dancing.- Professor Foss
ler, with characteristic enthusiasm ad
vised the teacher to throw himself
Into the life of the community, and
Dean Davis closed the program with
the topic, "get Inspiration and give
This session elbsed a partlcularlytn-
fferestlng series of meetings.
A STRONG TEAM COME8 FROM
BOULDER TO MEET VARSITY
Thirteen Men Will Represent Each
University in Contest at Fair
Class in Physiological Psychology
will visit the asylum next Monday,
May 22, leaving on tho 3 o'clock car.
Mathewson Gets in Finals.
Mathewson furnished the surprise of
tho first tennis tournament yesterday
by defeating' Scrlbncr two out of three
of the most closely contested sets evtr
played on the University courts. The
first set went toMathowson 6-3, Scrib
got tho second after twenty-six games
had been played, winning finally 14-12,
and the last set came to Mathewson
Mathewson's victory puts him
against Cassady in the finals which
will be played off immediately.
) This Evening sat 8:30
A strong bunch of fleld and track
athletes arrived In Lincoln last even
ing from Boulder, Colo., to represent
the University of Colorado against Ne
braska this afternoon. Thirteen men
will represent each university this af
ternoon and from general prospects
this will be the closest meet held In
Lincoln for many years. All tho
men of both teams are In the pink
The Colorado men worked out for
a short time last evening on tho
campus. They did not seem much the
worse of the long trip and change In
altitude. The captain of tho Colorado
team, when seen by a reported for The
Nebraskan said: "The Colorado men
are In good condition, and while wo
are not confident of victory tomor
row, yet we are here to do our best.
Nebraska can rest assured that she
will have to fight for every point."
This Is the attitude In which Colo
rado comes to Nebraska, and it ia sure
something will bo doing on the fall
grounds, this afternoon.
The meet will commence at 2:150
sharp, and good street car service will
be abla to accommodate every one
wishing to see tho meet. Tho cars
will begin running at -1:30 p. m. and
continue -until the meet is over. Tho
admission of 35 and 50 cents Is within
rthe reach of all and a good crowd is
100 yard dash Colorado: Johnston,
Welsh, Warner; Nebraska, Burnn,
Manning, Wallace or Fenlon.
220 yard dash Colorado: Johnston,
Randall, Welsh; Nebraskn: Burrus,
Manning and Wallace.
440 yard dash Colorado: Randall,
Pratt; Nebraska: Manning, G. A. Me
er, or C. U- Meyer.
880 yard run Colorado: Pratt, Wil
son; Nebraska: Penrod, States. of Mor
gan. Mile run Colorado: Wilson, Ne
braskn: Penrod, States, Morgan.
Two mile run Colorado: Wilson,
Wells; Nebraska: Havens, States,
20 yard hurdles Colorado: Miller,
Dlckerson, Jordan; Nebraska: Houser,
220 yard hurdles Colorado: Dlck
erson, Miller; Nebraska: Meyer, Wal-'
Broad Jump Colorado: Johnson,
Warner, Welsh; Nebraska: Hagenslck,
Wallace or Houser.
Pole vault Colorado: Welsh; Ne
braska: Hagenslck, Morse.
Hammer throw Colorado: Knowles,
Jordan, Warner; Nebraska: Martin,
Discuss Colorado: Wfcrner, Jordan;
Nebraska: Weller or Peterson.
"Shot put Colorado: Knowles; Ne
braska: Martin, Woller.
Relay race one-half mile Colorado:
Johnston, Welsh, Randall, Warner,
Pratt, Miller; Nebraska: Burrus, Man
ning, Wallace, Houser, Fenlon, G. A.
Meyer. (Four men will be entered by
each school in this event, each man
running 220 yards.)
Campaign Hats at Armstrongs.
Tote your old books .to the Co-op.
They will buy them or sell them for
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