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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1906)
gVoI. V No. '4.
university of Nebraska, lMgoln Saturday, may st 90
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TAM BREAKS EVEN
; VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM HAS
WON TWO AND LOST' TWO.
S Dort Has Pitched Tvtfo games, Morse
One, Nillson One Play Purdue
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THISJS THE WAY HE FELT WHEN HE READ
. -THE SENIOR BOOK
S, The first third of the varsity's"
KE3astern schedule hns been .covered,
if but the Second game, which should
$' have-been played wltli Iowa S&Ue A-
frrlcullural College at Ames, Iowa, was
called, .oflLon account of rain.
Of the four games played Nebraska
jFwon two' and lost two. The first
jvgame, with the Agricultural School at
& Ames, wad a victory for the Cornhusk
liors by a score of 4 to 1. Bach team
;mado three errors, but the Llncolnites
f-'mado twelve hits to the Agricultural
Joists' five. Dort pitched this game and
jufc-pjie. following it-bn April-let; which
also- proved to be a victory tbf tho
f. UnUlwnltnnWJtu iIVVciM-n ftt-JZ. itn O JftV
jftjlhls gamp the .varsity ojily made-three
Sjerrorsnn5 Gfcinnoll madofour. In
rSba'ttlng Grlrineil fojrimf Dort' only four
j$tlme8'r4Mwhilp Eagor's bunch put nine
jiof them: ,t9, tho, 'good. j.
$& The Iowa- State, University game,
gbeavs a different story, and .Judging
. ji.from the score was a -cldsei&cdjitested,
k ;rfgame. vTle Iowa City team tqoliT the
' iVsamc1 2to. onlymatlo one error and.
touched Morse jTdr eight "biffs" 'that
Bom'dKow 'found tliciv wny through, the
I'seveniTuen behind hlnn. Tho varsity
, E.'onlyr tJrrejVi four times, howover, and
3H pukthr!eoibalto into the lot, so. taking
':? itsa.lKJntall ,tho pitcher did well and
-rhirnipport-hot badly to. hold then to a
. ij?; Last Thursday, May 3, Knox got
Irl8kyftop,and crowded In eight scores
j;to Nebraska's six, and Jt is an lnter
IBtinc,' coincidence that each team
made five orrovs and still more sti'ange
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TRACK MEN ARE GIVEN A TEST
TODAY IN EVENTS.
Home Athletic Meet Held on Field
This Afternoon" at 2:15 p. 'rn. -
Large Nu.mber.'of Entries.
Wthat each pitcher allowed himself tq
S fib hit eiglit times. Nillson .pitched for
C Nebraska. . .
T. ' Of the fifteen gamesjos. the schedule
? f6ur haye boon P(layedr one was ,qaHed
" .oufon account of xaln and nothing has
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. in, me iour garnes niaven xneprasKa
';! scored "17 wfuhs and opponbnt 14. No-
btaska riiade 15 erors, opponents 13.
tj -Nebraska made 32 hits, .opponents 25.
o Port pitched tw,o of the gamos. Morse:
Tone and Nillson one.
- .: According to schedule tho gamp to
day is-to bo,pldyod atfJCafayette, Ind.t
?!'wlth Purdue. " " v.
FullBoard of Editors to Bo Announced
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The presidents, of he -Jftmior and
Sophomore class have been working
with the editor of theCqrnhuskerfor
somo on thoselcctlon of the i remainder
of: the isaff. An! attempt Is being
made by them to canvass tho entire
,roll of the two classes nnd if possible
secure the .most .desirable, :materlal Chi G.
Two-fraternity baseball 'games wqro
pulled off yesterday on the campus.
The: Sigma Chis scalped tho Phi Delts
to the tunp of 10 to 4, while tho Phi
Phis played horse with the Betas, win
ning in six innings by a scoro of il
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First gamo: :t
Phi Delta Thota...M 10 0 2 0 04
Sigma Chi- ,v, 1 2 0 2-4-T"? 10
HitsPhi Delta'.Theta 3. Sigma Chi
12: -.Errors Phi DeltaThota 5, Sigmo-
DeYoung Leaves forEurope.
D, P. DeYoung, president of
'iV-.'Junlor class last semester, left.
.-.jNevTYork late this weok, fromwh
''he will sail in a few days for. Russia.
.vMr. DeYoung has been appointed for-
'; ; .oign collector for. the; international
- tar,vesier company, wivn iiaanrB
;Xor the time bplng In Hamburg, Ger-
tmany. It is lii sintentlon to return
"?'to Anierlca'in tlmoUb enter tho ;Unl-
Verslty next fall.
they -afford. They desire to place tho
oloqtlorion n merit basis and are put
ting forth every effort to find Uioso
deserving, of recognition.
The question., representation ,must
of necessity play a large part. -The
staff ,must be .rppresentatlyo as well as
strong in point of literary ability. An
attempt is jeing made-to have every
prganlzation in the University repre
sented' and at the same time not have
the staff larger than it should bo. To'
thus secure a 'comblnatlonbf repre
sentation and merit is a difficult propo
sition and they express tho fear that
they must, to a certain extent, sacri
fice merit for representation. They
hope to Announce the staff tho last of
next week. Anyone who desires a
placo or has a friend lhat they can
strongly recommend should see elttyr
thoir presidents or the editor within
tho next few days.
The Junior Jand Freshman classes pt
the College of Law will hold meetings
next' week io tako somo action vrela-
tlve o Joining In the publication of
Batteries Noely and Keoler. Theele
Phi Kappa, Psi. ..'.,. ;;i 3 1 Jf 1 2 11
Beta Theta P1.........0 0 0 10 01
V TJTUr, TIKI ir.' TII in T'l rrit-i
PI 4. Errore Phi Kappa Psi 2, Beta
Theta PI 7 " -", ,
Batteries Bowman and Huse, Bell
ana vyyma.n , ,
?. fp .Senior. Book wllboout naxt
!?l;Ttf6aay tcUapel time : ''Price, "-75
Thursday afternoon a reception for
sorority girls twas hold at the chapter
ihouse by heTketas in.fconor of Mrs.
Laura H. IoUoHof Chicago, the dU
tfict prWhjjent'bt thV Kappa Alpha
."HfajVn; ,' '' viv y v ,.. 'ftyr
, Fraternity .Games.
jfm .iappa JPl..-2
Delta Tau ....... 2
Kappa Slgma. . T
AlphaTheta CEit 1
Phi Gamma Delta 1
Delta Upsilon ... 2
Phi Dolta Theta. 1
Alpha Tau Omeca 1'
Sigma Alpha Ep-
Beta Theta PI... 3
That. May Morning. BreakfaW
Aa was predicted, the May mqrsing
breHfaat b,ejd 'at. St., Paul'a ckurcli
this morning wag, a aucceas la "eyery
way. The attendance wa large, the
food well, donp and the service splen
did. It Is a shame ? Yf W. C. A.
girls cannot, gee. at., to etabli8ha
boarding club pear the UaiyarsJJy, tt
woum oea paying unaeruwng, to say
w. U P.C.
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This "afternoon, .the track men, will ,,
bo put on tnelritnetal for the (ItiM? llmo
this seasdn. The ''beautiful spring
weather has been so favorable to track
work this week that today's meet is
oxpectod to bo a very befltllng climax,
-and finish of the preliminary' work. ,
Tho local try-outs arq usualiy lboftbd
upon as tho-contcst to dotormitotho
members of thq track team. But such
Js not the case, for tho men who Work
cohsistqritlyVtihrpughout tho season nfo
very likely to bo first, team men at tho
end. ' .
Circumstances wore hover., mtfro fa-
vornoio lor a record proaklng;.eJMilpI
tion. The weather condition and tho
flno condition of each man is bound
to glvo the spectators thoir ;raonoy's
worth. All:tho men Have had more jfn-.
door traclcwork tills ypa'r-than usual.
The Charter Dayrog'ram an wU "aa
the Western AratqurAthlotIc ,Onibn
meet at Kansas Qliyhas .boen ;tho
means of giving much "ihsldo work 'to
the men. DrClapp has watched the
men In their oVory niove, and ovorj
manhi8 had more individual attqn-tion-this;
year than ever. The sprint
ers have been- given a half hour work
out atstartlng ; every day and tbio dis
tance jnen timed in their dlfferdnt
The jclosest event of the daywill In
all probability bo tho hundred-yard
dash. Winters, Cop, Wallacp and Craig
are th6 men struggling for first placo,
jxnd since all have a record 'bettor than
10 seconds, there should bo some
thing doing. Coo is a freshman, and
a rather indefinite quantity, but if re
ports from out. over the state aro true,
he "has run the dash in ten fiat. TJie
220 and 440 will bo races between
Winters and Smith and. Uie-chances
for either one winning are about oven.
Jn tho, hurdles, Hauser and Peck
should prove the speedy ones, although
u mgensictc goes in there Is likely to
be a change The distance evat will
also be very hotly .contested and sonic
good time shouldbo made in-the 880.
milP ;and two miles. ' " "
The officials for ytho meet wete ,de-clded-tipo1nlkst
night, and are as 'fofc
lo'wsr SUrter aad referee, Dr. Clapp;
Jpdgos of track" oyeats, Max, Wester
mann, F. D. Cornell and Dr. Dales;
judges of field events, Irene: Hewitt,
Phvslnal r)lrnnr- PlntiAn nt tho iim
Y. M, C. A. and Bowman; timers, Pro-
lessors unatburn -aad Richards; clerk
pt course, Denslow, jnaaager ,ot -track
iuui; scorer, Max wesiermaan; in
spector, Heath; announcer, Van.' Ors
del, It-fa to aim of tlje oilclals to
pull the meet off .as promptly as pos
sible in order that interest .will be
kept "up. - ,
The order or events as they Vjll ap
pear la this afternoon's program are
as fojlows: 100-yard dash, pol .vaalt,
half mile, shot put, 130-yafd hardies,
ruHniag high Jump, 2J0-yar ' daea,
hammer throw, mile rus, . raaaJag
proaa jump, zao-yard hu,rim, ,,
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noW? yueaiq beaelts Uiat 440-yard Sash, aad two Mile rnVhi
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