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Vol.V. No. 99.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, J906.
Price 5 Cents
DEFEAT VARSITY IN FIRjST GAME
OF THE SEASON!
Ducky Holmes' Team Wins from Ne
braska by Scoro of 2-1 Varsity
Plays a Strong Game.
Tho varsity played its first baBeball
game yesterday against tho Bryanites.
Ducky's bunch took the lead in tho
first inning by making two runs. But
every other inning was a shut-out for
the followers of "16 to 1." They
seemed unable to solve NilssorT curves
for any safe hits. In turn, "Pa" Eyler
and "Havelock" Shuman had tho var
sity at their mercy until tho ninth
. when affairs wore changed a little by
"Bobby" Hyde lining out a two-bagger,
followed by two singles from other
varsity players, and "Bobby" scored.
Cook made the longest hit of tho day
in the seventh when ho clouted tho
sphero to tho fence for two basea. lie
did this after Shuman had been prac
tically turning down Hie varsity play
ers in one, two, three order.
The line-up of tho varsity in yester
day's game -was quite different than
the fans had expected. The shift of
Gaddls to short and Carroll to third
was a 'good one. Ga4did shows much
Improvement in form ovor his work of
last year, and plays the game all the
time- But one error was chalked up
against him yesterday. Carroll at third
played a great game for this early iu
the season, and being his first game on
the vai-slty. Two errors were laid up
against him, but one of these was ex
cusable, and with a little improve
ment in throwing Jjetween bases his
work should land him a positiou.
Barta, Rino, Cooke at their old posi
tions playod In remakable form, and
should be .able to play ball with any
collegiate team in tho West this spring.
Bellamy played a fair game In the
field, but with a little more practice
his work should be much Improved,
and ho should show better form.
Nllsson pitched a fair game, the only
criticism being that three men is too
many to let walk In one game. No
doubt this is excusable, though, since
ijt Is his first game this season, Hyde
behind tho bat and Captain Mor3o in
tho field played good, consistent ball.
Hyde's throwing to bases Is very ac
curate and good.
In ,today's gamo with the leaguers
tho varsity should" gbS tho followers
of tho "oratof" a good run for their
money, and 1 io had luck befalls them
victory should ..belong to the varsity
tonight. Either Morse orDort will
pitch today, and Carr will likely act
as backstop for the major part of tho
game. The rest of tho Hno-.up wat not
definite. Holmes will send In a prac-'
tfcally now bunch of men, and the
change of both teams Is sure to pro
duco some surprises.
The varsity's line-up In yesterday'
game was as 'follows:
Barta First base.
Carroll Third base.
Morse Right field. ' ,
Cooke Center field.
Bellamy Left field.
A S E
Varsity, vs, Western League Bryanites
FENLON MAKING GOOD.
Former 'Varsity Man Shows Up Well
in League Ball.
"Sandy" Grlswold, sporting editor of
tho Omaha World-Herald, seems to
have taken n fancy to Fielder Fenlon.
In his report of the Omaha-Minneapolis
game he speaks of tho former
'varsity man as being "thero with the
goods" not only when it comes to nip
ping the "horsohido" but with the stick
as well. He stands at the top of the
batting list already with a record of
four hits, which Isn't slow at all.
New Baseball Team.
Tho class in Analytical Chemistry
met in tho" Chemistry Letcuro room
Thursday morning at chapel time and
organized a Scientific Baseball team.
This team will be known as the
"Chcmalytics." Following Is the line
up: "Slip" Bellamy (capt.), c.
A. Meyer, p. v
If. 13. McComb, p.
W. II. Smith, ss.
Ralph Smith, 1st b.
Merle Little, 2nd b.
A B. Drawbaugh, Urd b
Pete Edgorton, r. f.
Dr. Cromb, r. f.
Bill Lundin, c. f. -
W. Hadlock. 1. f.
G. L. Pitchfork, Joe S. Zayodsky,.J.
II. Shaw, subs.
M. C. -Klein was unanimously elect
od as manager of this team. "Slip"
Bellamy was chosen captain.
This team desires to challengo any
team from the other departments In
the- University. Tho manager may bo
found in the Analytical Laboratory of
the Chemistry 7 Department any time
during the day.
Palladian.ball teanf meet at
Gymnasium today at 1 p. m.
Townsend's reputation for artistic
photography Is known throughout the
state. Studio, 226 South Eleventh St.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, ' 9:00 P.M.
Decide Upon Men to Judge Nebraska
Tho judges for tho Wisconsln-Nc
Lraska debate havo not yet been
chosen. Second lists of judges have
been exchanged between tho debating
boards of tho two Institutions, Nebras
ka submitting her's yesterday and Wis
consin's arriving hero this morning,
which will in all probability result in
a satisfactory selection of the three
jurors. From tho twenty names sub
mitted in the first liBts two men were
agreed upon, Prof. George E Vincent
of Chicago -University and another
gontleman of high standing, but
neither was able to accept tho Invita
tion to act as judge of tho debate, hav
ing already made engagements for that
evening. The names of tho men
chosen to act as Judges will be an
nounced in. the near future.
judging irom. present indications, a
party composed of students and In
structors will In all probability accom
pany tho team on Its trip tothe Bad-j
ger city. A rate of one fare for the-round
trip has already been proralsjed prc-v
vidlng such a party Is raised and it Is
expected that a still better rate can
be obtained if the students show :
deslrje to go. The gymnastic contest
coming as it does, the evening follow
ing tho debate ought to be a strong
Inducement for students to make th?
trip. To see Nebraska carry off a Wis
consin trophy two nights In succession
would be well worth any man's money
a feat which is not at all improbable.
The order of Wisconsin's debaters
will be as follows: Earl Baker, firBt,
Harold Gelse, second; Emllc Olebrlch,
third. Each speaker will be allowed
twenty minutes and a rebuttal speech,
an hour being given to each side In
which to state its caao.
The Badger team, which is to meet
us this year is one of the strongest in
the history or that Institution, two
of the men being post-graduate stu
dents and all three voterans in foren
sic warfare. The debate -will take place
in Liberty Hall, Madison, April 20.
CLUBS GIVE VERY 8UCCE88FUL
ENTERTAINMENT LA8T NIGHT.
Large Crowd Fills Oliver to Hear Pro
gram Western Trip Given Up
Tho Glee and Mandolin clubs gavo
their annual homo concort laBt night
at the Olivor theatre. As predicted
this was tho most successful concert
ever given. The parts woro all well
taken, and every ronditlon was re
ceived with much , applause by the
largo crowd. Promptly at eight fifteen
tho first curtain wont up, anU from
that tlmo until ten forty-five whon tho
concert was over tho crowd wero on
tortalncd by n high grade concort.
Tho first part of tho program was
given over to a most classical pro
gram with selection by tho Olco, Man
dolin and the Girls' Glee clubs. This
part of the program whllo probably
not producing so much amusoment
for the audience yet It was highly ap
preciated. It showed what tho mom
bers of the clubs could ronlly do with
hoavy music. Their work has not
been in vain, and Mr. Glllesplo has
been successful In bringing tho best
of harmony out in every song they
sang. The Mandolin club did some
very -nice work, and Mr. Nlles should
bo commended upon tho great work
ho has performed In making tho club
ono of tho strong features of tho pro
gram during Us first yoar of organiza
tion. It Is not necessary to dwell
upon tho work of Mrs. Raymond and
the Girls' Glee club for those of the
public who have heard them this yoar
can testify as to their excellent work.
The second part of the program was
given over to "Hypnotism"' with E. E.
Sprague as "Dr. Flunk, the Real Hyp
notist." Spraguo surely handled hi
part of the program In a highly com
plimentary style. From start to finish
he kept the crowd in a good humor and
very liberal at nil times with applause.
A. B. Crabill as Yanka Potassa mado
a hit with tho audience In tho way iu
which he actod out tho part of a Jap
anese girl. Tho "Florodora Soxlette"
were encored three times with their
performance, and some of the boys
showed great adept In making up. The'
song of greatest prominence In this
part of tho program Was "Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing. Syrup." Tho entire
Gleo- club sang this in a way that
brougt forth an encore from the audi
once. " -
Tho third and last part of the pro
gram was Minstrelsy with E. C. John
son as "Gudoma" and M. L. Kimmel as
"Cecil Barnabus." B. B. Gillespie act
ed as Interlocutor. Glen Mason sang
"Jolly Golfing Weather" with the
club assisting on the chorus. This
was followed by a quartette, "Back
Slldln' Brudder," by Messrs. Mason,
Plumb, Cecil Barnabus and Cudomn.
On tho encoro they sang a very touch
Ing little song. "Cudoma" and "Cecil
Barnabus" cracked some jokes, during
tho slight intermissions which they
created, that wore, new and to tho
point, never fdlllng to bring tho dg-
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