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CLASS OF '06 TAKES A PAY OF
REST AT MILFORD.
Senior Sneak Day a Grand Success
Attendance . Large Cordial Wel
come Extended, by Citizens.
t Following custom, tho Senior class
yesterday betook itself to Milford and
there spent the day in youthful sports.
From start to finish there was not a
.slow momont for'any one of the one
hundred and ten. loyal Seniors, lnclud
"lng all the officers, who attended.
Never before has the attendance at
this ceremony -been so largo or the
., .observance of its peculiar rights en-
. tered into in finer spirit
.At precisely 8:30 a. m. the special
tralmv bearing tho- crowd pulled into
Milford; all fell in behind' the band,
marching, in. fours, under the leader-
. . ship, of dimmer,, to tho picnic grounds,
the beautiful park surrounding the
, Immediately upon arrival twotbaae-
. .ball. gaiaeworovstarled, one between'
-teams, captained by Misses' Deweese
v i and Bunt, the other by Miss O'Connell
" ' . and Miss Pope. Curiously enough,
. both games resulted in tie scores; The
( feature, of thp first was the heavy "batn
; ting of Jane Blanchard; of the sec
ond, the pitching 'Captain O'Conaeli?
i which, was p)tra professional. -When
vi these games enV finished. ,a , track
," meet, taken part In' by the girls only;
3 ; was pulled onO The r&ulta of all the
numerous events jrereiH part-lost but
, fortunately those 'most w"ortljy'ot. a
: record for' posterity -were jtfesefcved.
vIn the hammer throw , Miss Archibald
first: distance, 84 feei- Miss Heacock
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
THEODORE THOMAS ORCHESTRA,
SOLOIST? AND CHORUS
THREE GRAND CONCERTS, MAY 2 AND 22, 1906
Seats on sale at G. A. CranceFCo. Season tickets $3.00 ' Single
admission $U50 and $.00
DIAMOMD WARRIORS WILL MEET
THIS AFTERNOON AT 2:30.
oth Teams In Good Shape Varsity
Rested After -Eastern Trip and
Expecting to Do Things.
one girl who had made less than three
except Miss Allen, who had "misgiv
ings' and did not take the slide.
The Seniors got back to Lincoln at'
six o'clock and were reviewed by late',
students at the University. All wore'
as a badge a tin spoon. Witte, on,
behalf of tho librarian,- absent, ex
tended a wolcomo to the class; .which
they graciously Haccepted and made
thomselv.es at home for a brief "time 4n
The committed in charge consisted!
of Wellehslck, Misses Thompson and.
Archibald, Ackorlund, Purcell, Ziinmer
aad Colo t
LINCOLN DEFEATS DENVER.
A good sized crowd attended ' tho,
elocution recital' given under direction-bt
Miss Howell last night in the
chapel. '.'' ' v '
The " jfbllowing program was ren
dered: r ' "x '
Hungarian; Rhapsody No. ..,... Lktj
' t -' Miss Floss Denny.
The Church at Keho Bar. . . .,..;
Mr: Edward Rutledge.
Rebecca's Ride Wlggin'
. Miss JSlta Boose. ,
.Her First Appearance ., Davis'
Miss Edith Butler.
wa unanimousir awarded .last WaceRBud's Fairy Tale .Riley
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u her throw was 80 feet Miss Blanch
ard won the EO-yard dash, in the "fat"
girls' race, Miss O'Connell as first
In the "loans'" raco, Miss, pillsbury
led.- In tho 'free-for-all, Miss Bell was
.victor, , k -
iess' call, sounded by VIqo Presi
dent x Ackerlundi, interrupted h these
, yents.Pimier, .which, was furnished
"bysth,e .coraniittoe,. waX eaten, on the
south, piazza of tne Soldiers' Home,
and there, was so much' of it that
enough! left to furnish Miss Cole and
Miss Fisher with interesting material
for. the whole afternoon's, occupation.
' Dishes were domo by Mary Wads-
. wojtb; a Freshle, brought along for
tbipurpbse,,who, having finished that;
duty, uytM ,esc6te4 jto the organ .in
the" soldier's' assembly, room. The
musle she put up ias so fliw-it in
spfrsifi Sol -Goldman to the length of
dancing! but the eight or ten'' girls-lie
innwunliul n fha ailhlA.f WAN! flA C.CiVi
; ' " he had to give up the effort and go,
;, fiaaiiy, to the bail ground with, the
: ; .otMrs. There the Senior team put It
over the Milford league to the. tune of
10 to.;6. Rowing and fishing took lip
the. time till 4 o'clock, when a spiral
fire cP F discovered. Here, were
pWibilltiesf The Freshle was seized,
dumped in at the third-story level, and
her exit at, the ground carefully noted;
. , v.jsM oarne et unimjured,: and in tea
h' . .i-. V 14 I (tn wtarTA nna trln nrtt
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JVXIBB DUU1UO .AUIUUBi
Swords of Ferrara. .....; Bullard
Mr1. Frank Hudson.
The' Conflict . . .7 .London
Miss-Alice, Agee.- -
Sunday" "Fishing .. Robertson
Mr., Ellsworth Davis.
Fourteen to One...... .. ..-. Phelps
Miss. Fay Hartley.
Tho Tailor Made Gown ...... .Fiske.
Miss Helen Day. -
The Sixth Air de Beriot. . . , . .-r
Miss Genevieve Fodlcar
Mammy's Lil' Boy .....Edwards
Miss Luclle. Cull.
In the Toils of the Enemy. .... .Wood
Miss Bashie Tully.
The numbers by Miss Butler, Miss
Adams and 'Miss Day were especially
worthy of mention and Miss Denny's
musical number was enthusiastically
Cook Bats Out Single That Brings In
' Winning Run.,
in the most exciting game of the
season down at Antelope Park, the
Bryanltes dofeated Denver yesterday
in an eleven inning game, the score
standing: Lincoln 7, Denver 6.
The first two innings ended without;
a score, but in the 'third Denver suc
ceeded in getting in two men. In the
fourth Ducky's men' retaliated by
scoring four. In the fifth Denver got
one and in the sixth throe more. In
the seventh Lincoln addedone'more,
leaving the score Lincoln 6, Denver 6
. It was anybody's game all the time,
with Umpire ' Fuller guessing all the
time. Tho interest was intense as the'
batters were retired and then In 'the.
ninth Lincoln gulled out another run,
evening ,tho score. A double play
from Barton to Flllman to Thomas
erased Denver's chances, leaving two
men on bases.-In-the-
tenth yler refused to allow
his old team mates to hit the ball andC
no one scored In the: eleventh, after
rUrJngDenVer, Lincoln got the bases
full and Hugh Cook" came to bat. With
two strikes" called he landed on the
ball for a neat single, thus scoring the
This was tho first game of the sea
son where moro than the regularnum
ber of Innings were.played. Cook ac
cepted his chances in the field without
a miscue and wielded the bat well. The
"glad hand" accorded him by the popu
lace shows him. to be! a favorite and
that filling Holmes' place In left to the
satisfaction of the multitude.; ,'
Solo, ............ .Miss Ethyl-Haynes
A Glimpse of Wendell Phillips?.
".,.... ...F. A. Peterson
Reading, ..., ...'.... Migs Strickland
The American Frontier.........
.-. . . . ..Stanley Krajicek
' FOR SALE-x-A aew $30 dres-sH
for $20. Inquire at Nebraskaa osloe
Thursday at chapel time.
At 2:30 this afternoon the. Jayhawk-
ers are scheduled to meet the Corn
huskers in the first of the tiyo home
games which end the baseball season
at Nebraska, : .
Dort will do the slab work for the "-' ,
varsity, and from his record on the '
eastern trip the dopesters have it.
slated that he is going to let the south
erners down with a bump; With Bobby. -Hyde
behind, the bat, the battery for '
the. varsity seems well 'fixed. -
'Captain Morse will hold down, the
short infield and It is hoped that here)
he Vlll loosen up the kinks 1m his
arm for Saturday's contest .
Fenlon will be seen Jn his old plac .
In tho left pasture, while the other out
fields will be handled by Carrolhand
Denslow. . '
The line-up is given out as. follows:
Hyde. , c. ...... .Brookings
Dort ?..... . p. .........Hoffman
Barta .t- lb ........ ...Young
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Rhine .... 2b ....... Hllllrirton
Morse .-ss. ....,,.. ..Talley
Caddis , 3b .: Johnson
Feslon.) If. ........ tWIIsoa
Carroll.......... cf. . ...f .,.,.. Bks,
D'enslow-Sprague rf , ....,..., .Brown
For the1 fans who, intend to watch
the Jayhawkers ahcL-varsity slub Jo
day and tomorrow, it might be intr
eating to note the following batting
and fielding averages of the Kansas'
Batting Averages, t,
Player. A.B. B.H. Ay
Johnson ..........86 36 384
Blbss . .?,....". 53 17 v821
Brookens .......... 90 29 ' .122
Young ..... ,,.,,.. .; v.M . 26 -.2SS
HoffmaV . .."....;;. f.. 78 20 '.2M
Wilson ...!. .....ft.8 2p .232
Brown .Vm. ..69 If .232
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Bailey. ...;..,...'... 87
Jones. ........ ', .".'. , . .29
aeaue, .,. . y ..... .17
' FleMinf Averfes.
Player. P.O. .A.
Young ., ......237
Kirmeyer ,. 7
Wilson ...,..... 38
Hoffman .;.; .20
Hetheririgtoa ..,... 87
Meade, ...1.;, '..V.. i 1
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..Ualversijy : glrtidtflriaft 'mfcM
the summer 'or; darlBg" the ooeatec
with Mrs: BarkUv or Mi VlbhAL
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