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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1906)
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partment. Yale and Cornell havo a game of
hnsoball scheduled this year for the
first time In fifteen years.
Meeting of the Podagoglcal Club,
Thursday evening, March 15th, at U.
212. Dr. Wolfe will Bpdak to the club
on "How Teachers Securo Positions.'
You will bo unfair to yourself to let
this chance slip through your fingers
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All those Intending to apply for
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MAKIfU OF CLUETT AND MONARCH 8HIRT
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Rope climb First, Peck; second,
Gibson. Time, 6 seconds. Former
record, 7 3-5 seconds.
High kick First, Moyer; second,
Bowman. Height, 9 feet.
Polo vault Benedict and Hagon
sick tied. Height, 11 feet. Benedict
won medal on toss. Former record,'
High Jump Moyer and Knode tied
at 5 feet 10 inches. Meyer won medal
on toBB. Former record, 5 feet, 9
Inter-fraternity relay race First,
Phi Kappa Psi; second, Alpha Theta
Western A. A. Meet.
Tho Kansas City Athlotlc Club hold
one of tho largest indoor meets ovor
held In tho West at convention Hall
In Kansas City on March 2nd. Ne
braska was represented by eleven
men: Houser, Meyer, Wallace, Win
ters, Hagenslck, Collins, Morgan, Ha
vens, Peck, Smith and Morse. For
the second time during the past year
tho varsity wore only able to como out
second best with K. C. A. C, in track
athletics, as tho club mon had 34
points to their credit, while Nebraska
was second with 13 1-2. Wallaco was
tho only man on tho team who cap
tured a first place, taking the 45-yard
hurdles.-with Peck and Hagenslck
close at his heels, Nebraska getting
all three places. Hagenslck and
Moyer, as scratch men, were unable to
land firsts In tho'lr events, tho polo
vault and hjgh jump respectively.
Houser was also badly handicapped in
the , hurdles. St. Louis University,
Kansas and Missouri were all below
Nebraska when flnnl results were
known. Tho varsity surely made a
great showing when it is considered
that wo had scratch men in five out
of seven handicap events.
Girls1 Basket-Bail Trurnament.
Tho girls' basket-ball tournament
proved to be a victorious day for tho
Seniors, as they carried off tho cham
pionship. Tho Juniors secured tho
pennant after tho contest, but when
they could not nrouso any indignation
In Senior ranks, peacefully returned
It. The Juniors had a very clover
procession before and after tho tour
nament, hoaded-by their cadot band.
On Majch 2nd tho girls' varsity
basket-ball team defeated tho Peru
Normal girls by a very Iarge"Bcoro.
Misses Glttlngs and Everett wore tho
bright particular stars on tho varsity.
Tho Lincoln Academy and Lincoln
High School teams played a gamo as a
curtain raiser. This resulted in a vic
tory for Lincoln High School. Tho
Peru gamo is the only gamotho girls
will play on the homo floor.
Dr. "Woodward, diseases of tho ye,
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