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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, APRIL, J0,J906.
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FIRST f RAT GAMES
DELTA UP8ILON AND ALPHA
THETA CHJ ARE VICTORIOUS.
Defeat Alpha TaU Omega- and. Beta
Theta PI In Two Interesting
The first of the Intor-fratornlty League
baseball games was scheduled t,o bo
played last Thursday, April 5, but was
postponed on account of wot weather.
It was played yesterday, April 9, be
tween the Delta Upsllons and the
Alpha Tans. The Delta Upsllons won
by a score of 12 to 11 after a most
spectacular rally In tho first part of
the fifth Inning. As the beginning of
the fifth Inning. At the beginning of
this, the last, Inning the score stood
11 to 4 In favor of tho Alpha Taus, but
Hall's three-bagger broke tho spoil,
and before the Delta Upsllons went to
the field they had scored eight runs.
Tho Alpha Taus failed to run In any
more and this made tho final tally 12
The Alpha Theta Chls and the Beta
Theta Pis really opened the season lasf
Saturday when, In spite of Inclement
weather, they finished a five-Inning
game. Tho Alpha Theta Chls won this
. game by a score of 14 to G. They
lined up as follows:
Alpha Theta Chls. Beta Theta Pis. -
Hlgglns c McCrao
Hausor p Ireland
Cronln 1st ...Woods-Murphy
C. H.Purcell.... 2nd D.Bell
McDonald.. 3rd Carrll
Standeven ss Pratt
Hoar If P. Boll
Sunderland rf Downes
Denny cf Charlton
-Delta Upsllon and Alpha Tau Omega
Delta Upsllon. Alpha Tau.
Pollard c Reynolds
Soars-Hagonslck.. p .......... ..Caloy
Anderson 1st Campbell
Smith.. 772nd Laird
Hall 3rd Howard
Day If Shaumway
Winters rf Campbell
Hagenslck . cf .. .Smith
The games scheduled Tor "Saturday,
-April 7, between the Phi belta Theta
and the Kappa SIgmas failed to ma
terialize owing to a disagreement as to
tho-tfmo when It should bo played. The
Phi -Dolts wanted, .an afternoon game,
while ttae Kappa Slgs wanted to play
in tho forenoon. Tho gamo was post
poned until after spring "vacation.
Break Ground for Temple.
Tho new $100,000 Temple is now un
der construction. Mr. Jensen of this
city, who has the contract, intends to
push the work right along to an early
completion. All University societies
that have contributed toward its erec
tion and clubs that are organized in
the interests' of the University are to
have rooms there. The building is to
bo 'one of the finest of its kind, throe
stories high, with Jargo committee
rooms and club rooms. It will occupy
the. quarter of the block cornering on
Twelfth and It streets.
Tho groa,t advantages that the Uni
versity will derive from this new home
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Walt's full orchestra.
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can not bo estimated. Tho Y. M. C.
A. and Y. W. C. A. will havo unlimited
opportunities to do their work. Tho
different societies, dobating clubs and
athletic boards will find themselves In
a luxurious home and can go ahead
with an enthusiasm that will surely
carry success to all tho worthy enter
prises that will be undertaken.
MR. SWEARER AT CONVOCATION.
Korean Missionary Tells of Work In
Asia Interesting Address Given.
Mr. Swearer, for eight years a mis
sionary at Soule, Korea, gave a very
interesting talk on the little Asiatic
kingdom and Its people at convocation
Although missionaries have been at
work In Korea but twenty years, said
Mr. Swearer, thoy havo converted over
70,000 of tho 12,000,000 inhabitants of
tho country, to which number hun
dreds aro added evory month. At
present there are only three regularly
established, missions on the-penlnsula,
although thoro aro many missionaries
scattered throughout the country.
Their number Is about one hundred
In speaking of- tho customs of tho
people, Mr. Swearer told a number of
amusing anecdotes and an occasional
story. In disposition the Korean, said
ho, is quite different than either tho
Japanese or the Chinese. Tho Jap
is a militant man, tho "Chinee" a
trader, but the Korean Is a scholar
and a thinker. They aro a nation of
dreamers at present, but in time will
In all probability prove to be tho equal
of any Asiatic race.
'"During tho afternoon Mr. Swearer
hold a series of twenty-minute lntoxr
v.IejKfl with those students Interested
In missions and mission work. Every
period was filled, which ahows in part
at least, that Nebraska's student body
Is not entirely muscle-mad.
It Is rumored around that the Glee
and Mandolin Clubs are going to make
another trip to Omaha and give an
other concert. The club as a whole be
lieve that a full house can bo had If
tho city is worked and club adver
tised as it should be,-
Some pretty good offers have been
made on tho Lyceum circuit and 'the
club is also wanted atGoneva, but tho
executive committee have not decided
as yet, what offer shall be accepted to
finish paying off the small indebted
ness that remains. '
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Delta Upsllon.. . . 1 l
Alpha Theta Chi. 1 . l
Alpha Tau Omega 1 0
Beta Theta Pi... 1 o
FOOTBALL GAME TO BE PLAYED.
Exhibition of New Rules to be Given
8ome Time Next Month.
Manager Morrison and Assistant
Manager Woods havo confirmed the ru
mor concerning a spring football gamo.
For several days a roport has boon
golng around that a gamo would bo
played some time next month to try
out tho rules as made by thorulea com
mittee. Tho Idea la to havo some college
team, preferable Doano. and tho Unl
havo a ahort-exhlbftlon gamo to seel
Just how radical tho reform, has been.
This gamo will bo played about
May 1st, and Dr. Lees, ono of tho
most enthusiastic members of tho Ath
letic Board, will roforoo tho gamo.
Ho being ono of tho committee to'form
tho now rules, is probably more fa
miliar with the future gamo than any
one in tho West.
Much Interest is bolmj-ahown by all
football enthusiasts, who are strug
gling to save tho old gamo, and tho
reformers, who aro attempting to
Tho new ten-yard rule Is causing
most of tho worry. Whether It will
cause opqn play or dovolope a heavy
line Is tho question. Tho forward pass,
tho fair catch, .and abolition of hurd
ling are also much discussed.
The Junior boys and girls havo at
last decided to change their identity
on Saturday, May 5th, and become chlF
dron again. Little Mary and her lamb.
and Sissy Nots will bo there and por
haps tho barefoot boy with cheeks of
tan. A great feast Is being prepared
for tho little ones with mountains of
Ice cream and sticks of candy as big
as lamp-posts. It will only cost tho
children 35 cents each, but goodness
knows how much the grown up folks
will have to pay. They arn't going to
hire a special trolley, but if any ono
doesn't got out there In tme for sup
per at 5 o'clock they won't get very
much. Thoy are going 'to havo the
grind-organ man there and play ring-around-a-poaoyf
only you mustn't feerd
the monkey taffy. You better ask
your' ma to make you a new dress and
a bow for your hair and come.
GOV. CUMMING8 OF IOWA AND
F. C. HOWE OF CLEVELAND.
Third Judge Will Be Announced To
daySelected From Lls Sub
mitted by Nebraska Board.
Govornor A. C. Cummlngs of Iowa
and Fred C. Howo, an eminont lawyor
and economist of .Clovoland, Ohio,
havo boon chosen to act as Judgos of
tho WlBconsln-Nobrnska dobato. Thoy
wero solectod from tho list of olovon
nominations sent to Madison last wook
by Npbraska. Tho third Judgo, to bo
choaon by Nebraska from tho nine
names aubmtltod to us by Wisconsin
recontlyr will probably bo announced
today or tomorrow, tho Dobating Board
not yet having fully decidod upon tho
matter. Although both universities
nro highly pleaBod with tho qualifica
tions of tho two Judges" nlroady so
lectod, It la not ydt definitely known
whether or not thoy will bo ablo to fill
tho engagement, nollher of thorn hav
ing had tlmo to answer tho Invitation.
Now thnt tho question of Judgos has
been settled for tho tlmo bolng, tho
dobating board Is turning lta attontlon
to the proposed party of rooters which
will accompany tho team on its north
ern trip. Tho athlotlc team, together
with Dr. Clapp, will, in all probability,
bo present at Liberty Hall tho evening
of tho debate to cheer for Nebraska.
In addition to thoso, many students
have already signified their intention
of accompanying tho toam, as have
several members pt tho faculty, and
oven some of tho townspeople In fact,
tho Indications are that with tho low
rates promised, a very creditable
crowd of Nebraska" supporters will do
homage to tho scarlet and cream
when Its ropreBontatlvea In debates
meet tho Badgora ono week from next
Friday night. Tho ratoa, although not
yot.deflnltoly fixed, will probably bo
ono faro for tho round trip or bettor.
They will bo announced, if poaalblo.
"before the' Eaator rocoas in order- to
allow thoso students whoaro contem
plating taking the trip an opportunity
to get ahead In their work during tho
That this dobato will bo ono of tho
beat debates of tho year thoro is little
doubt. Wisconsin Is already anticipat
ing a close match by summoning 'its
alumnae to Madison for tho-occaslon,"
while Nebraska la doing her beat' to
take a bunch of students along to root
for tho Obrnhuakors.
It la quite likely that the meeting of
the Weatorn Intercollegiate Gymnastic
Association which waa to bo hold at
the University of Wisconsin will bo
callejd off. This is duo to the fact that
several of tho schools could not send
teams. Nebraska seemed to be the
only university outside of Wisconsin
to enter. If a dual meet is decided
upon It Is qulto likely thnt Madison
will be tho place of meeting.
You ought, to take-home a souvenir
of tho University to tho folks. They
will appreciate It. Get It at tho .Unl
voralty Book Store,
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