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Nvi0,-V''N(,FC' ' ' qPnVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MAY 2?, 1906.
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ENGINEERING SOCIETY GETV"
ITS ANNUAL BOOK.
Contains ,Many Good Articles on Per
tinent Topics by Professors and
- 'Other Prominent Writers.
Last week Iho Blue Print was placed
on sale and from roports of the busl
hwi3 managers the book has found fa
iror among the profonors and sludonts
i of tlto Engineering department. On
- Recount of an unavoidable delay the
K printers wero a day or so late In de-i
a llverlng- thpybook", but!? Engineers are
; usod to. working on the "slow but
$ suro" rule and being sure they had a
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TJin hnilr nnnlfllnu anma nvnnllant
,-T, 4i material from the pen of Professor
iiiucnuras, nis article on "Calculation
P'-T Pu,I?.ni5? J5H5J?e.B" .oe--nB- especially,
ct ' v "fT eood. Thomns . Davis . cdntrlbutodi n
ite' &,. J" L number -of labor saving gear tables.
...jtf iVCahd Professor Chatburh has a vorv in-
xnuouuu ol AuuHi,ru cling uoncrmu vuru
are . both
uf!P ieAjandotliers of note Inqlud
kilii, V "f "Ms Gobs, -Prof. G. H.
'L. W. Ttirnor, D. tMllls. and A." it'
r f ,f The managors ftnd editors have done
"''jliplr work well and their efforts are
fc ' ' appreciated by the department as is
rs. ' aown by.vthe support they have given.
r --S This yea? the .Blue Print has added)
5 Ji "anew feature in the large number o&
cambllmihtary conies which have
I , bepnmtUled to all largo engineering
enginoers of note. The
st I lr being re-
frhe.staff is aB5filkws:ilIdUor-ln-
cliief. JTL. HerskviisLn8MVmkna-
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j0fiiEr, DL.' Cramer. 'The depart-
V V nients were represented as follow's:
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Dayls: M. E., G. S, Wilson..
"t J Lecture on Dante.
Dante's celebrated poem is the sub
ject of ,a lecture to J)0 delivered .at
Memorial Hall this (Tuesday) eevning
by Rev. M. I. Strltch, S. J. of Crelgh
Wffi h aiibiect itself is of nftrticulaV
.XUtordry" interest ' and value. Rev.
atrttcn nas acnievea consiaerauie emi-
Llnehco as a lecturer and Is well known
P;,i j(or His lectures on ,"'Dante,', and "The
Taf , 'Holy Grail."
fs s Tbo enthusiasm with which the lee-fi-
fc VtUreVon. Danta was received .by the
V -liSA'Graduato Club somq time ago led to
t' V 'Htho present !call for iU aellvery in pub-
Admission is free and the Univer
sity students and public are cordially
;,., Invited and, urged to 'be present.-
j&'-J" ecture begins at 8:16 p. m.
Notice. ' -
I All cadets who want the Daily Ne5-
Vlbraskan' sent to camp should leave
their names at the Nebraskah office
NEBRASKA WINS TRACK MEET
Kansas Defeated by a Score of 76 to 41 llagenslnk. Wallace,
Houser and Putnam Stars.
A. small and fairly enthusiastic
crowd witnessed" the Kansas-Nobraska
meet on the Athletic field last Satur
day. Nobraska proved tho stronger
of tho two teams and carried off vic
tory, 7G-41. Tho poor condition of the
track and heavy wind wore responsi
ble" to ti very great extent for the poor
time made in the different track
ovonts. But little disappointment
was shown as few had expected fast
time when they saw the conditions
under which the men labored
. Nebraska wion tho first event, and
led Kansas by two points. This was
sco)i evened up by Kansas taking first
Ih the half mile. This was the first
surprise of the day asJPonrod had bqqn
counted upon as a sure winner. The
next three events went to Nebraska,
Hagonsick winning . tho polo vault,
Chaloupka the shot, and Houser tho
hurdles. Hagonalck came within one
fdurth of an inch of his Kansas 'City
record of 11 :G feot, and If the wind
had not Interfered ho would have
-broken? his: record. Houser" equalled
his fbrmcr record-'of "164-5 jscconds in
the lligh hurdles. The 'Varsity was
successful to tbo extent of shutting
Kansas out of four events, 120 and
220 hurdles, two jnilojind 440 yard
run, whilo Kansas only shui us put
of, one event, the hammer thro.w.
Several surprises were sprung on"
both Kansas, and Nebraska. Prob
ably the greatest was in the distance
events when Kansas took both the
'half and mile. Penrod and Morgan of
Nebraska had been counted upon to
,win these events, -but Miller and
Preiat of Kansas provod too speedy
for them.; Many had Reared Nebraska
would be defeated in the sprints' owing
to tho loss of Winters. But Wallace,
even with. hla sprained ankle, -ran
prettily and captured both the hun
dred and two-twenty In very good
tlmo considering the track. Wallace
of Kansas was second, in both of theso
events. But the greatest surprise to
Kansas came inthe -440 yard run
when Smith and Penrod, both of Ne
braska, defeated ther captain, Drls
coll. Smith-ran the quarter in the
.fastest time. that, has ever been made
on the Nebraska track, 52 1t5 seconds.
Driscoll has been suffering frojn a very
badly sprained ankle, which ho hurt
two weeks ago, but 'notwithstanding
this, he ran a hard race. He was loud-
ANNUAL CADET HOP
BEATRICE, 5-3 U COr C ARMORY
GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OFU. OF N. BAND'
CO. CN.CN, O. jk AUMISSION ONE DOLLAR
SEVJSN PIECE1 ORCHESTRA
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ly applauded by tho Nobraska rooters
after this raco on account of his ex
hibition of grit.
The result of tho hurdles was tho1
Eamo as In the Colorado meet one year
ago. Nobraska captured both places,
Houser taking first and Peck second.
The close contest of oach race camo
between Peck of Nebraska and John
son of Kansas-for second place. Ha
gonsick took the broad Jumj) by a leap
of twenty-one. feot and four Inches,
which is withihvan Inch of the Unl-,
vcrslty record. The heaviest point
winners, of the Nobraska weroJHagen-
8lclc Wallace and Houser, who each
won ten points, while Putnam was
tho star for tho visitors, making ton
polntB, first in both the hammer an;l
discus Nebraska took ton firsts,, be
sides 'the relay, and seven seconds.
Chaloupka, Aldbn, Knodo and Smith
being the other first men for Nobras
ka. Aldon won the mile in fan
The best of feeling prevailed!
throughout the entire meet, and the
Nebraska rooters wero very liberal in
their rpoting. Whenovor a Kansas
man ran a good .raco jtte was cheered
as loudly as any.af,. tbjfenaska -mon
The meet was close a regards each
event, oyen if the final results soehft
otherwise.. Tho. result of tho meet
and the officials was as follows:
100-yard dash Won " by Wallace,
Nebraska; Wallace, Kansas, second.
Time, : 10-2-5.
Pole vault Won byullagenalck, Ne-,
, braska; Russell, Kansas, n. secpnd.
Height, 11 Teet 5 3-4 "inches. "
. Half mile run Won by Mjller, Kan:
sas; Penrod Nebraska, second. : Time,
2:07 3-5. ' ! "
16 pound shot put Won "by Chal
oupka, Nebraska; distance', 37 feet 1
inch; Putnam, . Kansas, 'second; -distance
36 feet 4 2-5 inches.
120 yard hurdles Won by" Houser,
Nebraska; Peck, Nebraska, second.
Time, :16 1-5.
Running high Jump Won by Knode,
Nebraska; Parker, Kansas, second.
'Helghtjr feet 9 Inches.
220 yard dash Wpn by Wallace,
Nebraska;" Wallace, Kansas, 'second.
Time, ;23. 4r5 .-. - , .-
16 pound hammer throw; Won by
Putnam; Kansas; dlstancel33 feet 5
Inches. Pringlo, Kansas second; dis
tance, 119 feet 9 inches. .
(Continued on page, 3.) '
BOYS IN FULL EVENING DRE88
LINE UP FOR ANNUAL PARADE.'
Three Hundred Men In Line for An
nual "8hlrt-t-ll" Parade Com'-- .
. mandant Is Visited. ,...
Willi a squad of buglers nt tho lioad
of tho long column of whito robed
marchers, and several men boaring
red lantorns as danger signals, Com
pany Q took up its annual march last
plght at tho Armory. More han thfco,
hundrod men woro in line and this
wns augmented by a number of strag
glers who "fell in" on tho way.
.Rfarchlng down Twelfth to O streot
and cast on O to Fifteenth, thot boys
paid thoir ghostly respects to his ex
cellency the governor and to Com
mandant Workizor .of the. University
battalion. The governor was hot at
home, but tho captain came outand
In his own Inimitable manner badd
tho boys welcome After a rousing:
cheer, the boys fell in line again and
marehed down Thirteenth to O, and
then, after persuading two or throe
street cars to stop, much ugalnst their
will, tho line headed for that thirst-
quenching spot Riggs' drug store.
The lino of march from here included '
Sam's Cufo, the Oliver Thoater, and
many other prominent places of busl-
OJp. to IhdMipur- of going to press the
boys 'had conducted therasQlvdH lhan .
entirely orderly" manner pnd wore Jiot
iiiuiuHiuu ux me ponce.
A large crowd of.-University 'stui
dents and townspeople follpwed.tiia
marchers and cheered Tlibm on, espe
cially when they galnod.entranco to
the gallery at .hQ Oliver, The-ordor
preserved was much In contrasttptho
unpleasant features on-the momorablp..
njgljt that tho Collins Carnivriioni
pany was showing here and when thd
parade ended" In a free-for-nll smash
Tree Planters Jpme from the Sand
Tho foresters aro home again. O,
Br McDonald, C M. Diinn and .RoysG
Pierce, .the last of tho"flve who feft"
for the forest' resorvp' early in the8-
spring) -arrived in- 'Lincoln Saturday;
after a six weeks' stay In the sand
hill country.- JTho other two men who
leftIHe University to help plant the
pinery wore Carlos Bates and Robert
Hill, ' '
Up to tho lime tho Nebraska "plant
ers" left n total of 460,000 pino trees
had been 'planted, of, which number
SOO.tfOO-were yellow pine and 100,000
Jack pine. The former wer6 planted1
in the sand hills; tile .lattfer in the
nursery rows. t Theso trees worp
raised in the government seed beds pn!
the rqserve. '
W.1 H. Mast of the Forest Servico
has thfi work df planting .the trees In
xsharge. Ho is one of tho Reading for
estry men In the country,"" being . a
graduate of the owa Agricultural Col
lege and Yale.
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