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(THERE 18 AN UNU8UALLY LARGE
it LI8T OF ENTRIES;
JThe Meet Takes Place at Fair Grounds
ij att&OOSP.MAdmlsslon Free..
f Cars, Within a Few Blocks.
The J ..annual home athletic meet
takes place this afternoon at the Fair
Grounds. The list of entries is un
usually large and from all indications
he meet will 'be a successful one.
V The meet is "primarily a try-out to
aid Dr. Clapp in choosing the regular
track team. Upon the outcome of this
meet will depend, largely .the choice of
the men who go to Kansas next week.
It was not decided to hold the meet
at the Fair Grounds until a few days
ago. when 'the athletic field -was
staked out for the new engineering
building, making, track work there im
possible. Consequently neither street
car company has its tracks in condi
tion to run cars to the Fair Grounds.
Under the circumstances no admission
will be charged to the meet and a very
large attendance should result
' This will be the only opportunity to
see the University track team in ac
tion before the Minnesota meet on
May29th and everyone should take
advantage of it Next week the team
meets Kansas at Lawrence; the fol
lowing -week the High School and the
University men get a reBt On the
23rd they go to the Missouri Valley
Conference meet at ansas City, and
the week following they make their
only appearance at home (excepting
today), against Minnesota.
About fifty names appear In the en
try list and from this assortment Ne
braska should turn out a winning
team. The names of the men entered
for today's meet are as follows:
- 100-Yartf Dash.
Ambqrson Perry ' -
LewiB l Mueller
Hughes . v George
Ankeny . -
j " ., Polei Vault.
McMasteys ' ' McDavity
: Putting the Shot
Elliott ' S. Collins
Temple Patten '
C. 0: Collins Chain
:- One Mile Run.
G. M. Lehmer "t Eaton
E. Lehmer ' L. Davis
TJlnsmdre j. , Cone
W.',F. Young t Alden
F. B.' Smith Landers
Rathbone i, Sturgeaa ' .
Running High Jump.,
Rathbone Knode ;
N. R. Smith Hummell
Home Track Meet
Throwing the Hammer.
C. C. Collins ' S. Collins
440Yard .Run. .
L. Davis George
E. Lehmer Alden
W. F. Young Jewell
Running Broad Jump.
Wildman ' Reed
Throwing the Duscus.
Temple S. Collins
C. C. Collins Patten
F. E. Smith Miles
The Interurban street car line stopB
within a few blockaof the grounds.
Recent Alumni Appointments.
Wm. Linn Westermann, A. B. '94,
A. M. '96, who Is now assiatant pro
fessor of history In the University of
Minnesota, has been appointed to the
same rank ,in the University of Wis
consin for 1908-9.
John Louis Kind, A. B. '99, A. M. '01,
now Instructor in German in the Uni
versity of Wisconsin, has been pro
moted to assistant professorship for
Albert William Aron, '07, at present
lellow in German in the University of
Nebraska, has received a $000 fellow-'
ship" In the University of Wisconsin
' Notice. '
, All studenta who Intend to be can-1
dldates for student members of the
Athletic Board must hand their names
in to Drf Clapp by Monday afternoon.
2ND, 2:30 P. M.
LAW COLLEGE NOTE8.
Many Cases Are Now Up for Trial
Other News Items.
Several cases come up In tho Su
premo Court today before Justices
Hough,-Venrlck, and Frerichs.
Wasson, et al. vs. Wasson. Wallace
represents the plaintiff, while R. R.
Smith and Johnson are for the de
fendant. Brltt vs. Brown, ot al. Plaintiffs at
torneys are Lowe and Grunden. For
defendants, Wallace and Wisdom.
Jones vs. City of Lincoln. For the
plaintiff, Cowan and Showvan; for
defendant, Lear and Helnke.
The following matters will come up
In the District Court:
Howell vs. Waldo Storage and,
-Transfer Co. For plaintiff, Patton and
McCarthy; for defendant, J. A. Fergu
son. Motion for rehearing on motion for
new trial. Burnett vs. Union Water
Co. For plaintiff, Lowe and Grunden;
for defendant, Randall and Helnke.
On account of the serious illness of
Balrd, defendant's attorney, the case
of Pllcher tc Lower vs. Jones, which
Is coming up from the District Court
for the second time, will be indefinite
Dissolution of Partnership. Tho
law firm commonly known as Lear &
Helnke has lately dissolved, owing to
the recent flurry and financial crisis.
Stevenson went East with the base
The Junior class has received Its
"grades in Quasi Contracts for last se
mester. As a whole they are well sat
isfied. Their-only wish is that the
Property grades forthcoming will be
equally as gratifying.
Balrd is improving from his dip
This evening the Phi Delta Phi fra
ternity gives its annual hop at Frater
ProfesBor Conant has returned from
his -trip to Topeka, Kansas.
Web Mills visited Property III Fri
day. Albert A, Heacock has been unable
to attend classes for several days, due
to sickness, but Is reported Improving.
Clifford Shoemaker has parted with
his Van Dyke. . '
Y. W. C. A. Noon Meetings.
Monday Alta Goodin.
Tuesday Miss Thorp.
Wednesday Praise Service. Vera
Barger, leader. Reading by Alice
Thursday Miss Vlbbard.
Friday "South American Missions."
Dr. Roach will speak.
VAR8ITY TEAM LEFT ON EAST
. ERN TRIP YESTERDAY,
8everal Good Men Out of the Lineup
Because of the Freshman Rul
Hard Games In the Schedule.
The Nebraska baseball squad loft on
Its Eastern trip yesterday afternoon
at two o'clock. Tho prospocts for
winning a groat part of tho schedulod
games are not very brlliant The
team was materially weakoned by the
enactment of tho Freshman rule and
later by othor causes necessitating a
shifting of tho lineup, but'most ot th.e
men are doing very well In their new
positions and with reasonable luck
tho team should hold Its own. '
The lineup Is as follows:
Denslow' , Catcher
Ward, Hotzol and Stevenson.. Pitchers
Klein First base
Dudgeon Second base
Beltzer Third base
Slouter Loft field
Bellamy (captain) Center field
Jennings Right field
The following two-weeks' schedule
will be played:
May 2 Highland Park College at
May 4 Ames Aggies at Ames.
May 5 Grlnnell College at Grlnnell.
May 6 Iowa University at Iowa
May 7 Minnesota University at'
May 8 St. Thomas' College at St
May 9 Luther College at Docorah,
May 11 Wisconsin University at
Madison, . . . j
May 12 Beloit College at Belolt
May 18De Paul Unlverslty-at-Ctil--
-Washington University at
May 15 and 16 St Louis Univer
sity at'St Louis. L
h Dramatic Club. , L
The Dramatic, Club wll present the
last of Its entertainments Thursday
May 7, at (tie Temple Theater. : The
entertainment will consist of three of
their most successful plays:
"Man of Destiny."
"Holly Tree Inn."
"In Honor Bound."
Many prominent University studenta
will appear. A large crowd Is ex
pected, due to the former success of
these plays and the fact of its being
the Dramatic Club's last production
Earl K. Wlltse, cashier of the Bank
of Winnebago; Thurston county, float
ed in for the annual Phi Gamma Delta
party last night "
Baked beans, baked, oa the prem
ises and served hot with delicious
brown bread, 10c, 'at 'The Bostos
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