Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1905)
Stnte IJisf s, . ,
be 3)ail IFlebraekan
Vol. IV, No. 6
TAKE AMPLE REVENGE FOR DE
FEAT OF LA8T YEAR.
Perfect Day and a Hard Track Cause
Four University Records tQxBe
A large and enthusiastic crowd wit
nessed tho Colorado-Nebraska moet on
the Fair Grounds last Saturday. Ne
braska proved tho stronger of tho two
teams and carried off victory, 69-48.
Tho expectations of the crowd, that
records would be brokon, was fulfilled.
The fine condition of tho track and
the good weather were responsible in
a good degree for tho excellent show
ing made by tho teams.
Colorado won tho first events and
led Nebraska by two points, but
things wore soon evened up by Ne
braska taking both first and second
in the pole vault. Colorado succeeded
In workng her side of the score up to
13 points, and here the scoro stayed
for somo tme, while Nebraska was
cinching the meet. The Varsity was
successful to the extent of Bhuttlng
Colorado out of four events, 120 and
220 hurdles, pole Tauif, and high Jump,
while Colorado only shut us out of one,
the discus throw.
Several surprises were sprung on
both Colorado and Nebraska. Prob
ably the greatest was in tho distance
runs, when "Colorado took both. It
was plain to be Been that States and
Havens were out of condition. States
has made better time in the mile than
was made in the Saturday meet, but
tho two mile race was ton seconds
(taster than Havens' time. Nebraska
sprung a 8urprlBeon Colorado by tak-
both places In the hurdles; for she
lad depended on at least one first from
Four Varsity records were broken
by Nebraska men In Saturday's meet.
tHauBer smashed both his 120 and 220
hurdle records, reducing the 220 from
26 4-5 to 26 3-5 and the 120 from 16 4-5
to 16 3-5. Penrod, In the fastest half
mile ever run in Lincoln cut five soc-
onds off tho former record, 2:06 to
2:01 4-5. Manning sliced off 3-5 of a
second from ttfe 220 ward dash record,
running it In 22 2r5. These men would
give any college athlete In tho West a
closet, race In their respective events.
Never has better team work In the
distance runs, or head work been ex
hibited on tho local fleldB.
Tho star point winner of tho day
was Jordan of Colorado, who took 13
points In tho weights. Manning,
Hauser and HagenBlck all made ten
polats each for Nebraska. The best
of feeling prevailed throughout tho
moet,. and in no race was there any
fouling by eithor team.
The scores were as follows:
100-yard dash Colorado, Johnson,
Welsh; Nebraska,, Burrus, Wallace;
won by Jqhnson; second, Burrus.
Pole vault Colorado, Welsh; Ne
braska, Hagensick, Morse; HagenBlck
and Morse tied for first. Height, 10 feet
Shot put Colorado, Jordan; Ne
braska', Martin, fv'Oller. Won by Jor
dan; jsecon.d, Martin. Distance, 35
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1905.
DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY
"The Shakespeare Water Cure"
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
MEMORIAL HALL, 8 P. M.
One-half mile run Colorado: Pratt,
Wilson; Nebraska, Penrod, States.
Won by Penrod; Becond, Pratt.. Time,
120-yard hurdles Colorado, Miller,
Dickinson; Nebraska: Housor, Hagon
slck. Won by Housor; second, Hagon
slck. Time, :16 3-5.
High Jump Colorado: Johnston,
Jordan; Nebraska: Meyer, Knode,
Meyer and Knode tied for first. Height,
5 feet 6 inches.
Hammer throw Colorado: Knowles,
Jordan; Nebraska: Martin, Weller.
Won by Martin, Jordan, TBecoud. Dis
tance, 117 feet, 8 inches.
440 yard dash Colorado: Randall,
Pratt; Nebraska: Manning, Meyer.
W6"h by Manning; Randal), second.
Time :52 1-5.
One-mile run Colorado: Wells; Ne
braska: States, Penrod. Won by
Wells; Penrod, second.
Running broad jump Colorado:
Johnston, Warner; Nebraska, Hagen
slck, Wallace Won by Wallace, John
ston, second. Distance, 20 feet 11 Vi
Discus throw Colorado: Warner,
Jordan; Nebraska: Weller, Martin.
Won by Jordan-; Warner, second. Dis
tance 100 feet B Inches.
220 yard hurdle Colorado: Dickin
son, Miller; Nebraska: Hagensick,
Houser. Won by Houser; Hagensick,
second. Time, :26 3-5 Boconds.
220 yard dash Colorado: Johnston,
Raridall; Nebraska: Manning, Burrus.
"Won by Manning; Johnston, second.
Time, :22 2-5 seconds.
Two mile run Colorado: Wilson,
Wells; Nebraska, Penrod, Havens.
Won by Wilson; Havons, second. Time
10:24 1-5 seconds.
One half mile relay Colorado:
Jonhston, Welsh, Randall, Warner;
Nebraska: Meyer, Burruss, Wallace,
Manning. Won by Colorado.
Referee and started R. D. Ander
son. Judges of finish J. B. McDonald,
Neal, F. G. Cornell. Timers O. Day
ton, D. B. Cropp, Professor Evans.
Field JudgeB, jumps and vaults Pro
fessor Dales, J. E. Edgerton. Weights
Professor Chatburn, Professor Bol
ton, I. P. Hewitt. Clerk of course and
Auditorium, Friday, May 26th
EVENING OF COMPETITIVE DRILL,
announcor J. D. Clark. Scorer Max
Westermann. The scoro In tho meet at
Boulder last year was 75 to 34 In
favor of Colorado.
Two Comedies. "'
Two comedies will be presented In
the chapol tomorrow evening under
the auspices of the University Dra
matic Club. The first, a curtain rals
er, will be presented by two artists.
The first Is known as "The Silent Sys
tem." This will bo followed by "Tho
Shakespeare Water Cure," wherein all
of the lines of Shakespeare creation
are interpreted in a now light. Tho
following is the key to the play:
"Staying at a water cure establish
ment are: Hamlet, for his health,
with his wife Ophelia; Macbeth and
Lady Macbeth, for economical reasons,
in need of the needful; Mrs. BasBanlo,
enjoying a legal vacation. The Mon
tagues having been disowned by both
their houses, Mr. R. M. has taken to
the stage, and is hero with hia travel
ing company and his wife. Shylock,
wishing to possess Portia's gold, bribes
Lady Macbeth to incite her husband
to tho murder of Bassanio, so that
Shylock may marry the fair heiress.
All of which is .accomplished, and a
wedding dinner, under the superin
tendence of Othello, is given by the
patients to tho happy bride and
"Admit mo chorus to this History."
Special attentions has been given to
the stage decorations.
Nebraska vs. Highland Park.
This week promises much excite
ment in baseball circles as the Varsity
plays four games on the local diamond
beside the big benoflt game of the.
Faculty and CommercIalClub. The
Varsity plays Highland Park, Still Col
lege, Town' Team, and Wahoo. Today
they line up against Highland Park,
and if the team from Iowa play them
anything near as hard a game as they
played them on the Eastern trip there
will bo something doing. Morse will
likely pitch for the Varsity this after
noon and Bender will be behind the
Price 5 Centi
FACULTY WI8EHEAD8 TO CROSS
BAT8 WITH BU8INE88 MEN.
Captain Caldwell's Men Are in -Good
Ffcrm and Promise to Play an Er
Tho Varsity will bo In tho flink of
condition for tho game with tho Lin
coln Town Team Thursday. They will
have had a good rest since roturnlng
from tho trip and should bo ablo to
play as well as at any tlmo during
the season. Tho Lincoln aggregation
has been playing good ball and Is ex
pected to put up a good game.
Tho gamo between tho racuity nlno
and tho men representing the Commer
cial Club will also be an Interesting
one. Thoso composing tho faculty nine
have beon practicing dally and
promiso to put up an interesting game.
Governor Mickoy has consented to
toss tho Initial ball for the VarBlty
Clty team game. Mayor F. W. Brown
will perform the same feat for tho
Faculty-Commercial Club game. Both
games will bo played Thursday after
noon und the proceeds will go to tho
College Settlement. A single admis
sion Is good for both games and will
entitle tho holder to the claim of hav
ing added 25 cents to tho College Set
Miss Olive Blunt, -who, for seven
years, has beon doing missionary
work in Japaa, spoke at Chapel yester
day morning. Miss Blunt explained
tho mythology of Japan and tho open
ing of that country to covlllzatlon. She
said that the history jot Japan dates
back to 60 yoars B. C. and up to tho
year 1810 tho little country was bar
red to tho civilization of .tho world. It
was in that year that the Christian
powers entered Japan and replaced
--olatry by Christianity.
In 1848 Commodore Perry entered
Japan and for tho first time succeeded
in Introducing Western civilization In-
To tho Oriental country and In estab
lishing political and commercial rela
tions between Japan and the civilized
Miss Blun.t concluded her address
by giving a few examples of the Japan
ese language and translating the same.
Successful Band Informal.
Another very successful band in
formal was held Saturday night at tho
Armory. The attendance at -tho last
two lnformals given by tho Cadet
Band has been very gratifying to the
management. The one on last Sat
urday night was atteaded by about
forty couples and tho floor was th ex
cellent condition for good dancing. Tho
program of fourteen numbers was
'thoroughly enjoyed by all present and
many departed with a -cegrot that the
one Saturday night was the last in
formal of the year.
Tho Engineering Society will meet
Wednesday evening at 7:30 In M 211.
This is the last meeting of the year
and a full attendance Is' desired. Pro-
fessor Stout will speak.
Powered by Open ONI