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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PHOPERTY OF
THE UNIVER8ITY OP NEBRASKA.
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Entered at tho postofflno at Lincoln,
Nobrasha, as second-class mall mattor
undor tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Tho pomocratB havo struck a good
The Betas and tho Kappa Slgs hnd a
game scheduled for yesterday after
noon. Managers Bell and MarBh got
together and with tho assistance of
John Haberly and a llfty-cent plcco
flipped for It. Tho Kappa Slgs won,
making the Beta percentage .000000.
President Northrop, who recently Is
sued a manifesto against gambling at
Minnesota, plight to come to Nebraska.
The flrflt preliminaries for next
year's debates come oft Saturday and
Monday. The number of men entering
aro sufficient evidence of the value of
this lino of work.
It is hoped that none of these men
aro looking for anything but hard
work. The squad system requires a
Interclass Baseball Championship Is
Decided by a 10 to 3 8core.
Yesterday afternoon, In a decldqdly
one-sided conteBt, the Seniors defeated
the SophomorcB, thereby winning tho
Interclass baseball championship. This
makes the fourth time they have won
The game started with the Sophs at
bat. Jeffords hit safe, but was caught
trying to pilfer second base. Bell aud
Matters proved easy for Schmid, they
going down in one-.lwo-three order. In
their half the Seniors poked out five
singles and, assisted by errors, were
able to circle the bags five times.
In the last half of the second they
ran in three more, making them 8 to
In tho fourth tho Sophs r;ot their
first run on an error and wild heave
of catcher to second. Fun'.tu took
Johnson's place in the box nnd thoro
was nothing doing till tho eighth,
while In their half the Sophs hoored
on a scratch-hit iind -two -bad errors.
The Seniors, however, come back with
two more to retain their lead of seven
In the ninth Matters fouled to Allen,
Buol batted a hot one to Matt'son,
who easily cut him off at first, and
Johnson bit to Smith, and it was all
The Seniors, easily outplayed their
opponents in all phases of the game
except, perhaps, in base-running. Most
of tho hits credited to the Sophs were
duo to the fact that there were but
Utwo fielders to cut them off. The bat
tery Work of the Seniors was very ef-
Seniors, did you notice that 'the -order taken
by the committee for paper invitations vVas
Orders for the new Yard-O Commence
ment invitations are taken at the University
Book Store. Some deliveries already
made. First in, first served.
! Saturday Your ILAST DAY to Order !
ORDER YOUR PUNCH at FOLSOM'S
Also ovorything in tho way of cakes, pios,
candies and Ices. Something cool and refreshing
after tho show.
Phono us for Prices
Law School Notes.
Wheelan, '08, has been visiting at
McCook. Incidentally he busied him
self In the interests of the "Knights
The honorary fraternity, Theta Kappa
Nu, is looking forward to their new
"keys" which are expected today.
The Itobbins twins spent Sunday
with their sister at Atchison, Kansas.
They returned last night. Their
brother-in-law is one of the professors
In Midland College.
Stevenson looks rather weary slnco
h's return from the ball trip.
The last case in the moot court for
the year is up Saturday morning.
There has been a good deal of conten
tion in this case, The Union Water
Co. vs. Burnett," this being tho second
time In the Supreme Court. It now
appears on Its merits. Gruuden &
Lowe still uphold the Water Company,
while Randall & Helnkc are equally
as obstinate for tho defendant.
The advance work In Domestic Re
lations, Contracts, and Agency is prac
tically completed for this year.
2.56 h AnrnrER jg
BUDD IS SELLING
All Furnishing Goods at 75c on tho Dollar. All
Budd Hats aff 2.00. And 50 dozen Straw Plats
at $2.00. RIGHT NOW! and Budd won't seli
at tlinseprices after this week
great deal of time and conscientious
thinking, yet no one ever fnilB to get
out of it what he puts in. Thoro Is
nothing like tho keen competition of
mental gymnastics to bring out a man.
This Is what tho squad work amounts
to, because every man 1b trying to do
his best in order to win a place on the
Clear thinking, accurate and extend
ed reasoning on facts as investigated
first hand, the weighing of evidence,
the cutting dut of all that is extrane
ous or ofinconsidorable weight and
the presentation of the combined work
of fifteen-men for four months in clear
forceful language Ib what intercollegi
ate debate work at Nebraska includes..
Debating Isn't tho use of teoth and
claWsand howls in an intellectual dog
flghlv 5t la practice in writing and
speaking spoken English smooth,
fectlvo, Schm!d striking out ten -men
and hit one, against four strike-outs
and threo passes by the other pitchers.
The following Is the lino-up:
Jeffords, lb, c.
Bqol, c, lb.
Smith, J., cf.
Funke, p., If.
Smith, p., 2b.
Tho latest report of the Harvard
librarian shows that the present size
of the university library is 768,6 1 2
volumes and 475,166 pamphlets.
President Northrup of Minnesota Is
trying to root out tho gambling evil
from among tho students.
A. I. E. Z.
A short business meeiing of the U.
or N .branch of the A .1. E. E. will lie
held in room 210 Mechanic Arts Hall
at 10 a. m., Friday. Oflicers for the
ensuing year will bo elected. All ap
plications must bo In at this time. Tho
application blanks may bo secured of
R. N. Allen.
Of the academic freshman class of
350 men at Yale, 47 per cent, or. 167
members, came to the university bo
cause they had relatives there. Of tho
class, 44 per cent came from towns
where the Yale sentiment predomi
nates, and 89 came from famillgs in
which thero has been or is a member
at some other of tho more prominent
colleges. Only 10 out of the whole
number gavo athletics as their .reason
for coming. ,
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