The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 01, 1908, Image 1
xlbe 5aito Iflebraskan . :f Vol VII. NorJ34. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY I , J908. Pf Ice 5 Cents. L ' -V' THETA KAPPA Nil EIGHT 8ENIOR LAW8- RECEIVE HIGH HONORS. Dean Pound Will Confer Prizes On "rff K; $ Members of Freshman Laws Who i'. fV Received the Highest Grades. ;' , ;'. At Convocation yeBterday Dean Gostigan announced the names of thoBe eligible to the honorary law fraternity, Theta Kappa Nu. It Is customary to elect from one-tenth to one-sixth of the class. The latter proportion waB granted.' Those receiving this distinc tion as to grade order are: Martin L. Prerlchs. j James G. Mothorsead. ; Thomas W. Bockes. . : Alvah C. Hough. .; Horace A. Robblns. - Glenn V. Venrlck. ' ' Karol O. Beghtol. George E. Hendricks. For excellence In first year studies the following names have been posted by the Dean, who will be conferred prizes by Dr. Roscoe Pound, late Dean of our Law School: J. L. Rice. ; J. M. Swenson. ( ' J. O. Wentworth. . F. A. Peterson. . The last two lacked but three-fifths per cent of tlelng. Y. M, C. A. Officers and Cabinet. g The Y. M. C. A. ofllcers for the next year are: B. Cherrington, president; Hills, vice-president; Temple, secro- .tary; GIddlngs, treasurer. :; The cabinet Is as follows: Reynolds, Bible study; E. Hills, membership; Geor-Wallace, social work; J. C, Knode, new students; Stewart Elliott, publica tions; Weaver, finance; White, mis sionary; H. Hough, religious meet ings; D. Plumfy employment; Ayers, extension; Jorgenson, rooms; Went jworth, deputation; Fredericks, adver tising. 5 ' Historical Society News. j Mh Blackman of the Nebraska State Jklstoricrtl Society will leave fqr Chl- . cago, -Monday,, tie win visit the Field Columbian Museum at Chicago, the Chicago Historical Society and the , Historical Department of Iowa at Des Moines. He will spend about a week studying these institution's.' , I Tlie, Historical. Society has been un usually busy this spring binding back flies v of. the Nebraska newspapers. Abou.tweTve hundred; volumes have ibeen bound -within the last month. These, -vylth the 'three thousand vol-: times previously 'bound, will fte cata logued and used for reference by the Nebraska Historical Society, and the, Mississippi valley Historical Asspcia tionwjifch; comprises, the 'states of the Mississippi valley. The work of binding will go on until all the back files are bound. v jf Decoy Burnett has returned from a flying'trip. since he left, before vaca tion, jte has been .traveling in three states from Colorado to Iowa. But -he is back. OKJK)KOO)K0)KO Home Track Meet SATURDAY, MAY FAIR GROUNDS ocyOKMyK BETAS DEFEATED. Good Game. In a game which aside from the first inning was close and hard fought the Delta Taus defeated the Bo-' taB yesterday by a score of 16 to 6. The Delta Taus batted first and what with two errors, two bases on balls and three hits, they scored ten runs. Dwlght Bell went Into the box at this point and enlled the Inning by striking out two 'men. The remainder of the game was well played and cloBe. The Delta Taus out batted their op ponents, getting twelve hits, five of which were for extra bases. In fielding the Betas held their own, but their errors were usually more costly. Ball's work in left field was good. He accepted five of six chances, some of jvjilch were difficult ones; The official joker says he Is in truth a Ball player. Murphy played a consistent game for the Betas. One of his hits was a timely two-bagger over the right fiqld fence, scoring Beghtol. .The detailed score Is as follows: Delta Tau Delta. AB R H PO A B Harris, ss - -5 4 2 11 1 Little, 3b 5 3 3 2 10 McLoughlin, lb 4 1 1 7 0 2 Woodward, p.. 5 2 20 2 0 Farrow, c 4 1 0 3 0 0 Smithr-cf 4 1 2 2 0 0 Erskine, 2b 4 2 2 12 2 Drake, rf 4 10 0 0 0 Ball, If 2 1 U 5 0 1 Jennings -7rrr.-n- 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ....38 16 12 21 6 6 Batted for McLaughlin in the sev enth. . Beta Theta PI AB R H PO A . E Murphy, c, A. ,. 1 2 6 0 0 Harte, p., lb. . .40 1 9 0 2 Bell, 2b., p.... 4 0 1 0 4 0 Charlot'n,3b 2b 4 1 1 3! 2 3 Wyman, If., 3b. 4 1 0 2 1,0 Burleigh, rf.... 3 0 0 0 0 0 Ingles, cf 2 i - 0 1 0 i Pratt, ss 3 0- 0 ,0 2 0 Beghtol, lb, If.. 3 2 0 0 0. 0 Totals ....31 6 5 21 -9 6 Q00Op6O& FRATERNITY HALL' , . . - C GompaityBHop FRIDAY, MAY ( H TICKETS $1.25 K))K0OK))K000OfOOIO0 2ND, 2:30 P. M. Admission Free 12 3 4 5 6 7 Delta Tau ..10 0 1 0 3 1. i 16 Beta 0 3 0 0 1 1 16 Summary: Struck out by Boll 6, by Woodward 3. Bases on balls off Woodward 1,, off Harte 2, off Boll 2. Three-base hits ErBklne and Wood ward. Two-base hits Murphy, Harris Little 2. Stolen bases Murphy' 2, Wyman, Beghtol, Harris, Little 2, Smith 2, Drake 2. Passed balls Far row 1, Murphy 4. Wild pitch Harte 1. Loft on oases Beta 6, Delta Tau 4. Umpire Cllne. Tho following Is the Btandig of the teams: 8outh Side. Pld. W. L. P. C. SIg 'Alpha Epsilon.. 3 3 0 1000 Alpha Tau Omega.. 3 2 1 .667 Delta Tau Delta 3 2 1 .667 Phi Kappa Pal .2 1 1 .500 Beta Theta PI 3 0 3 ,000 Kappa Sigma ......'. 2 .0 2 .000 North Side. Pld. W. L. P. C. Phi Delta Theta 4 3 JL .750 Alpha Theta Chi 2 1 1 .500 Delta Upsllori 2 1 1 .500 SlgmaChi ....2 1 1 '.500 Phi Gamma Delta... 2 0 2 .000 No Charge. Owing to the fact that there will be no slreet car service to the Fair Grounds on Saturday, the athletic meet will be open to the public free of charge. At the intor-schojastlc meet on May 15, however-anttalBO at the Minnesota meet on -May 29. there will -be good car service. The, contests on Saturday begin ,at 2:30-tfclock.. Law. Professor Hastings surprised the class .In domestic relations Tuesday morning by admitting that he was not quite positive whether Blackstone was a married man or a bachelor. After the show or party Just drop Into the Boston, Lunch for a sandwich and a cup of coffee or an oyster stew. HALT'S ORCHESTRA 1ST, fidO P; M. - . ' o j LIMIT 80 X CHANGE JH DATE THE Y. M. C. A. MIN8TREL TO BE GIVEN MAY 15. Long Delayed Entertainment 8oon To Take Place Several Well-Known. Characters Will Take Part. When Is a show a minstrel show? When tho Y. M. C. A. presents one on May 15. This will bo demonstrated according to the old tradition of min strolsy. Not that old songs or old gags are to bo used far bo It from such. Each and every song Is new and each and overy Joke Is funny and or iginal; each and every comedian is at the service of tho audience. It 1b tho object of tho management to entertain tho most fastidious with a delight ful production of melody, harmony and wit. In other words, this is to bo no or dinary hum-drum minstrel; It Is to be absolutely unique, in a clasB all by Itself. Possibly you have gone to other minstrel shows, perhaps you were disappointed, but that moans Blmply that the "Uni Minstrel" to be given May 15, will prove satisfactory to Just so much tho greater dogreo. It will be wholesome, it will be enter taining and above all it will bo ridicu lously funny. Nor are these empty and vain asser tions lacking substantial support Tho names of the two directors are quite sufllclent In this regard Plumb and Montgomery. The former has taken a leading part in Glee Club productions ever since the founding of that organ ization; the later is a star in the Dramatic Club and directed one of the most original class entertainments .ever put-on In the Omaha high school.' 'With these two heads close together, having a common end in view, some-' thing startling should resultsand will result. Finally, it is planned to make this an annual University affair. It should! be big and should receive the' sup port of the entire school because it will add a feature ' to the calendar of the year's, events. JThe flrstfdkteset, it has been found necessary to change" but it is now .unalterably flxd for the1 .middle of the month and will pepulied,' off according to schedule providinglthe Temple Theater stiii dxists at that timet j Tickets; will be 75, 50 arid' 35 cents ' ' , ' ! "Remember the place, remember the date, arid do not anathematize' if you're .too late."' - ''- University tennis. ' t Arrangements are being made for a tennis tournament for the purpose of selecting a team to represent Nebras-' ka against 'Kansaef and .Missouri. The' drawings .f6r the tournament will Jati held on Tuesday, May 5, arid everyoW who. wishes to enter should leave hid namtf with HD. Young, or at thette braskan office, before that date, J EveryoUe who itf a member of the tennis club is eloglblo to enter with out an entrance, fee. and. any one else may enter iipon paying Mr. Young one dollar, which secure the1 privilege of using the-courts fer the rMt of this year.