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iVWWERSYXJ OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, J906
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ENTH UirifeME ETIIvlG ..lit
Members of LatYr?l' Team Speal
to New Candjtiatss, Urge Com 'M
- scientlous Training.
Dr. Clapp gatherort the track men
together In Memorial Hall yesterday at
chapel time, and the sentiment of the
meeting was the necessity lor hard
work in order to develop a. toam.
Many of the speakers put the faculty
for hard nnd. consistent work far ahead
of natural ability and held that men
who got out and at flrpt thought they
novor had "a ghost of a show" often
;inado good by diligently keoping at it.
. As Knode said, It may seem hard for
some who don't make good until their
Senior year to plug along with pool
prospects,, but eventual success is
welcome at any time. And even if
a man doesn't cary away an "N". in
his Senior yCar, thero must bo satis
faction in knowing that he never gave
. Penrpd reported good prospects for
a first-class team, although the season
is well advanced If tho men will only
get out -now and work just a littlo
harder than they would have dono
oarller.,. He also laid stress on atten
tion to rules for training in respect to
eating and sleep.
Hagenslck said that the men should
not expect Dr. Clnpp and Penrod to
keep after them to get them out, but
that each one must get out and do
his best Wallace alluded to a man
who last year surpassed himself and
Was. taken on several trips, although
he. did not expect as much at the be
ginning of tho season. After Moyer'
added a word about conscientious
tracing,. Manager Donslow said that
sovoral good meets were in sight. He
Wasn't able to give any exact dates,
but said . that it waB certain that
twelve men would meet Kansas and
that Minnesota, South Dakota and pos
sibly Ames would be on the schedule.
Perfect hajmbjiy yrifs ; shbwn-w exist
between the Mlfary, and AtlOeUer de
partments iy ttert liberal tormi upou
which' men wJJl,Uft, .oxcuijod from ,drjl!
for track worli. TJnon 'recommenda
tion of tho captain '.and. Dr. Clapp1, Com
mandant Workler will give mon credi
tor drill according" to the work dono
on tho track field. r Any man making
an "N" will be. expusejl from the, ex
amination on tjiepry as well as from
drill, but if ho falls to do this he mus,t
take the theory oxamlnatlQii and Will
bo oxcused Ironv- dfllL Anyone can,
however, bo sen;i back, to. the Battalion
at any time and must thpn con Undo
his work In military science.,
' Harmony betweou soldier and ath
lete also cropped, out in. tlu? rdmark
Umt work could- bo parried crti in both
departments on' tho -samp field at the
same timo. Between. 4, nnd 6i tho
squad will work but on- Ihe sidelines
whilo th.osoldlrsjjljtd ijuch pffor
has l;een oxpondedirtjtho past tabling
tills to pass, b,ut In-valnr -' v
Dr. Clapp is .willing to do all be can
to help men not ablo to get out be-
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f RIDAY AT OLIVER
MATINEE AND NIGHT PERFORM-
ANCE TO BE GIVEN APRIL 6.
Glee and Mandolin Club Boys Ready
for the Big Concert Friday Night?
tweon 4 and G, but two hours a day
is about all tho rime ho has to devoto
to this one department.
Tho regular work was launched yoa
terday by a light work out in gymnaa
tics and a few stuntn on the field.
Tha greatest emphasis should be
laid (in tho "'work hard" proposition
if a wlpning team i.s to be the result.
And ihlj means get out every day.
FRESHMEN DEFEAT JUNIORS.
Captain Patterson and Team-mates
Win ,lntercla6s Championship
by Score of 21 to 8.
Tho inter-clans basket ball cham-
plonship was captured by the Fresh
men yusieruay auernoqn ,ni. -i p. m.
when they defeated tho Juniors by ii
score of 21 to 8. The" first half HtOQd
7-IJ In favor of tho Freshmen, but it
only served as a warmer for tho first
year men, ior the way they got Into
the second half wasn't slow.
"Hlnk" Winters' coaching cropped
out most prominently in tho socond
half when the team work becamo too
fast for their opponents. Hauser at
center tipped tho ball tho Juniors' way
sovoral times, but they failed to gov.
unde'r it and boost it along.
Corey did sonio gqod' work; for the
Juniors, also,, but L. Hagonsiclc'sfield
!and fol goajsmado tlve scoro coinp
up; ICaVan tV center kept his man
busy and playcfd team ' work all the
time. ;TJio line-up was 'as follows:
Freshen on Forwards, Louis Hagon-,
sick, llent.ley;- cohter, Kavan; guards,
Patterson, Sage! v , . " "
Juniors Forwards, SmlthV Corey)
center,- Hauser; guards, Camp'boll,
Conrrler, Theisenr , " v
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c Tho, class In Esperanto will' meet
again this week at 5 p,,m Friday,. and
regularly thereafter- at that time. All
who wish to tako. the course, should
begin at once. t " '
J FRANK'M.1 JOHNSQN.-
Glrls Vv ill Appear.
Upon, the prograih for tho home con
cert of tho Qlco Club for Friday mati
nee and night thero will bo girls as
well as the famous "Japanese maid
ens" which made such a hit in Omaha
and Council Uluffs. The girls appear
ing are the Girls' Glee Club, evidence
of whoso musical ability was clearly
shown a fow weeks ago In chapel. The
Girls' Glee Club will assist tho men in
the concert part oMlio program, ren
dering at least two numbers In that
part. As a general rule the:l)lendlng
of ladies' voices to r.uch a degree liat
no part is noticeable above another la
an extremely difficult task, but
wherever our girls have appeared
musical critics havo always romarked
how well the girls' voices blond. For
this Mrs. rtaymbtfd is certainly to be
congratulated. There is a rumor
about among the knowing ones that
the girls have a minstrel show workotl
up and that they have tho boys "beat
to tho woods," also, soon, as black
faced artists, tho girls aro going to dis
play their prowess under tho auspices
of a Lincoln musical society. But as
yet arrangements have not been, com
pleted. Still that does not do away
Hith tjlo fact that at uoxt Friday's
matinee you will bo given an oppor
tunity, "to:- heat' tho most successful
girls' glee, clubv5vr heard In tho West.
This Ir, tho s.enspn everybody .situ
;for portrajt.,. Seo whijt Tow.nsend.is
producing and make appointment for
your sitting Studio, 220.; South ltjt
Typewriting,, J;W,.J3royster, Rich
ards Blk." " " v. .
This Year's. Fullbaclt and' Next Year's
. . . .Captain of the Football Team.. , . .
-" Glen .can db things besides play
football. As comedian, with the Glee
and. Afandolin Clubs he has made quite
a hit, not.only oh account of his voico,
but his 'looks "as well.
Tho Stato Jbtirnal says: "One of
tho 'most attractive numbers was
Jolly Golfing Weather,' in which Glen
Mason, who lias a voice of exceptional
sweetness, . took the. solo parts."
Tho Omaha Bee: ''The coy glances
of Glen Jilnson, thojh'usky fullback on
Nebraska's team, from behind 'her'
flower'd fan, and sleeve of 'her' klmona
wore fully as.- entertaining as the
Ho is oii" the boardk'wlth tho Glee
and . Mandolin Clubs, Friday matinee
and night, April Gth, at tho Oliver.
For tho first lime In tho history of
amateur entertainments in Lincoln
tho porformers have completed ovory
little detail of their program and have
rested up for a whole two weeks be
fore the concert. Kvory part of tho
program has been carefully worked
out, tried out in tho towns In the state,
and put In perfect shape Tho pro
gramo Is elaborate In three partH, con
cert, hypnotism and minstrelsy, and
every part has been bollotl down until
only the choicest numbers will bo' pre
sented. Tho boys have worked ovor
time, and In the hypnotism and mln-1
strel acts have a erirlcs of strikingly
original musical stunts which have
mado strong hits, Tho Omaha papers
speak of them as follows: Boo "Dr.
Flunk proved tho groat and only. Tho
stunU ho did, and those he caused his
victims to do, convulsed the audience
with laughter, with a wavo of his
hand he caused six Japanese maidens
to appear, and with a glance of his
hypnotic eye he forced them to sing."
World-Hera Id. "Tho 'Tell " Mo Pretty
Maiden double sextette created loiid
and untrammcled enthusiasm." Tho
News "In tho second part tho stunts
of thehypnotized wore uproariously -funny."
Inhe ' minstrelsy, "Crip"
'Klmniol's bear story, will go down in"
history as tho best everniid 12d. John
ston's song. "Nobody," hafi-novor
railed rrom sovon to ton encores,
About tho only roast the clubs havo
had this year is from Albion, whore tho
people kicked because "Cudoma" t'an
out of verses on his "Nobody" song..
Tho boys also know how to bo sort
ous. Tho first part of the program Js.
over an hour ot clean, high-class con
cert work, simmered down, same as
the other, parts, from a program twfco
as long, and only the star numbers
'used. The girls Club will appear
twice, tho orchestra, the Glpo Club,
and one or two solos, Tho "World-
Horald" hasthe right lino on It whon"
it said: "The program was well .ar
ranged nnd was enthusiastically re
colyed." . .
George Ireland With the Club. ,
Freshman J&entnl .Student "Irish",
was star first tenor with the Wesloyan
Quartet for tho past five years, and tias' .
a whistling specialty which is a whiz- ,
zor. Ho has been nil over tho United
States with crack quartets. Ho Is one"
of tlio Gleo Club's star performers.'
Tho Omaha Bee says: "G. A, Ireland
won laurels with a whistling specinl-:
ty," Council Bluffs Nonpareil says': :
"G. A. Ireland, with his whistling spc- '
claltj'i also mado a great hit, receiving
a double encoro."
Friday night, Aprjl 6th, with U,' of
N. Gleo and MjtndpHh Club,. n tho
Oliver, , . . , ' v;
, Don. Cameron's new lijncV.'cb'unlbrVt'' '
I quick service. 119 So. 12th St.
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