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Vol. IV, No. J47
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, J905.
Price 5 Cents
PULL OUT VICTORY
HIGHLAND PARK 8CORE8 THREE
IN FIRST INNING.
Varsity Settles Down and Visitors Get
Only One, More Visitors Play
The Highland Park baseball team
did not have on the right shade of
Scottish plaid yesterday afternoon,
and as a result the man with the
score book only tallied them up four
runs to Nebraska's five. Somehow
the Highlanders did not have their
joints thoroughly thawed out, and
could not connect with the ball for
good safe hits. Bender's Colts went
after everything In the shape of a
horsehldo sphere that came over tho
plato, and' when the roll was called
and final reckoning made, Nebraska
had 10 hits to Scots' 6.
The way Tarbet, Highlander's left
fielder, would smother the long hits
that camo out In hjs garden yej3ter
day was not slow. Ho was credited
with eight put-outs. Highland had an
other good "man" In tlrolr shortstop,
Herlonsteln, -Heine to bo concise, who
was able to get them all, good, bad, or
Indifferent, that happened out his
way. Kruger (tvas "easy plckln's" for
the Varsity and they hit him almost
at will, and had ltnot been for High
land's excellent ileldlng the score
would have been much larger.
Highland led off in her part of tho
first inning with throo tallies. But
tho Varsity followed in the second
with two and in tho third with one.
The score, was a tie and here it re
mained until the sixth, when Nilsson
with three nien on b,aaes drove out a
two-bagger and clinched his own game.
Highland made another in tho eighth
but that stoppod her part of the score
making. Thus the game ended with
the score 5 to 4. Nilsson pitched a
good steady game except at times
when ho was a little erratic.
The Varsity plays tho Town TeamJ
in the benefit game tomorrow, and
Wahoo at Wahoo .Friday. Saturday
they play Still College on the local
Nebraska AtB. R. H. P.QA. E.
Bender, C 4 0 0 7 1 0
Morse, cf 4 1 -2 1 0 0
Fenlon, If 3 0 1 3 0 2
Barta, lb 4 0 0 12 0 -0
-Gaddlfl, 3b 4 0 1 0 2 0
Roddick, ss... 4 2 1 1 7 0
Rino, 2b 4 2 2 2 3 1
bchmldt, rf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Nilsson, p .40 1 0 1 0
.35 5 10 27 14 3
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. B.
Koll, 3b 4 1 0 3 2 0
Stark, c 4 0 0 2 0 0
Horl'steirf, ss.. 2 1 0 2 1 1
Leard, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0
Corby, cf... .. 4 I 1 2 0 0
Fitzgerald, 2b. 4 0 2 1,3 0
Roso, lb 4 0 1 5 0 2
Tarbet, if 4 0 0 8 0 0
Krugar, p 4 0 0 0 1 1
Totals 34 4 6 23 7 4
Nebraska 0 2100.2 00 --5
Highland Park.. 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 04
Two base hits Morse, Nilsson,
Sacrifice hits Fenlon.
Bases on balls Off Nilsson, 3.
Struck out By Nilsson, 4; by Kru
Time of game 1:30. "
Umpire Burruss. . Jt
Faculty s. Commercials
THURSDAY. One Admission.
WILL SEND TEAM.
Nebraska to Bo Represented at Chi
cago Field Meet.
Tho difficulty which recently camo
up regarding Nebraska's admission to
the conference field meet to bo held
In Chicago the first part of Juno seems
about to bo solved. The whole trou
ble hinged on a misunderstanding
which Dr. Clapp and others of tho
Athletic Board had In regard to tho
communication received from tho
Secretary of tho conference commit
tee. It was thought that byaslgnlng
the certificate required before en
trance to the meet could be obtained
wo would bind ourselves to adopt con
ference rules and to live up to any
changes which might be made by the
conference in the future. As Nebras
ka has no voice in the making of these
rules a reply was Immediately sent
that we could make no promises re
garding changes in the making of
which we wore not consulted.
A telegraphic reply from the com
mittee was receivod by Dr. Clapp yes
terday to tho effect that future rules
and changes were not in question and
asking if we would sign a certificate
to tho effect that Nebraska was ob
serving conference rules.
For some time wo have been observ
ing conference rules, and most of those
rules have since 1899 been Incorpo
rated in our own constitution, so tho
signing of Buch a certificate will be
Bimply affirming our own rules. The
necessary signature will doubtless be
afflxod at once to tho certificate and
nothing now Interposes to prevent Ne
braska from being represented In the
field meet at Chicago.
When notice of the ineligibility of
Nebraska was received it was learned
that both Drake and Ames had been
barred also. Whether or not these
schools have made themselves right Is
not known. " """
Professor Barber will deliver tho
graduation address to tho Bruning
high school Friday evening. A request
for a similar addressat Overton had
to bo declined on account of the en
gagement at Bruning,
Auditorium, Friday, May 26th
EVENING OF COMPETITIVE DRILL.
No Classes After 3 p. in,
Tonight tho Dramatic Club will
present Its last play of tho year In
Memorial Hall. Two comedies will
be given, the first a one-act curtain
raiser entltlod "Tho Silent System."
A burlesque entitled "Tho Shake
speare's Water Cure" will follow.
This play Is very different from any
thing heretofore presented by tho
Dramatic Club. Shakespeare's most
famous characters aro represented as
visiting a watering placo and some
comical situations aro presented to
each. The following is tho cast of
Hamlet J. L. Davidson
Macbeth C. F. Wallace
Romeo Claude Davis . .
Shylock F. W. Hrubesky
Othello J. E. Edgorton
Lady Macbeth MIbs Hanlon
Ophelia Grace Coppock
Jullot Anna Orlopsky
Portia Rachaol Cams
Ghost J. E. Edgorton
Special, preparations have been
made to mako tho plays this evening
a success. Among the novel features
will be special Bcenery. Elaborate
costumes representing fashion con
contemporaneous to tho character
have boon secured and these together
with tho scenery will mako tho plays
most realistic. Those In chargo have
assured that this play will more than
rival previous plays given by tho
Dramatic Club. If this is so then
Tho casto haa been trained by Miss
Grace Roper and tho plays are under
the business management of J. L.
Davidson. An admission foe of 25c
will bo charged to cover expenses.
Tho Seniors will moot this morning
at 11 to practice the class song. Tho
class meeting called yesterday for thlB
1 purpose was very poorly attended and
no attempt was mado to learn tho
sodg. It is inoperative that every
Senior be present at class meoting this
morning as to song must bo learned
for tho Ivy Day program at 3 p. m.
IVY DAY PROGRAM
8ENIOR, EXCUSED FROM CLA88
AFTER 3 O'CLOCK.
Ivy to Be Planted Trowel Presented,
and Usual Ivy Day Exercises
Ivy Day exercises will begin prompt
ly at 3 this afternoon. Tho oponlng
portion of tho program will take placo
JuHt eaHt of tho Library. Tho plant
ing of tho Ivy wll occur at the south
east corner of University Hall Just
underneath tho Chancellor's window.
ThlB will be followed by tho conferring
of tho trowel by President Whlto of
tho Sonlor Class and tho response by
Miss Archibald acting prosldont of tho
Junior class. Tho romalndor of tho
program will bo given in front of tho
Library. The committee In chargo
had been assured of tho services of
tho Glee Club, but inability of tho Glee
Club management to got tho mon to
gether for rehearsal made It necessary
that other music bo arranged for. An
effort will bo mado to secure tho Cadet
Bund to fill tho place loft vacant on
the program by the Gloe Club.
All Seniors will bo excused from
classes alter 3 o'clock. Tho program
for this afternoon Is as follows:
2. Planting of Ivy
3. Presentation of Trowel
R.. H. Whlto, Pros. '05
4. Response Pearl Arclhbald
6. Presentation of Class Momorlal
F. A. Peterson
7. Rosponso Chancellor Androws
I 8. Class Song
9. Class Poem Mlnnio Petrashok
10. Oration Fred Hunter
12. May-polo Dance Senior Girls
Tho Sophomores and Freshmen fail
ed to finish their game yesterday to
decide which team would play tho
Juniors for tho Inter-class Champion
ship. Tho game was, yet young when
tho field was taken by tho Varsity for
the Nebraska-Highland Park game.
Tho scoro at tho end of tho fourth was
5 to 1 in favor of. the Freshles but as
five Innings had not been played the
game does not stand, and it will b,e
necessary for" another game before tho
wjbiner is decided 'Upon. Tho Sophs
seomod unable to flbTvo'tho mysteries
of the Freshman pitcher's curves, and
ho had them at his mercy during the
entlro four InnlngB. The Sophs wero
beginning to solylho mystery some
what at their last Time to tho bat, and
it 1b hard to foretell tho result-of tho
game had It been played nine innings.
Floor to Be Good. hQ
The auditorium floor, which was
not in the best of condition during tho
dance held there last Friday, will bo
put in tho best possible shape for the
Pan-Hel this Friday. Preparations
are well under way to mako this last
dance of the year the bpst of tho year
and tho best Pan-Hel over given.
Drop Into our new store and get a
pair of our new low tan button shoes
They are beauties. Sandersons.
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