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BASEBALL "IT?" YES
ALL 80RT8 Off CLUBS 8HOWINQ
UP ON THE DIAMOND.
GIRLS TAKE A HAND IN IT, TOO
80RORITY TEAMS IN PROCE89 OF
Chomlstry Club vs. Bot. 8em. Phi
Beta Kappa vs. T. N. E., and
Alpha Omlcron PI vs. Al
pha Chi Omega.
Spring hnb como. Tho khibb 1b get
ting green. Tho birdfl nro singing.
And withal everybody's hnnds'nro Itch
ing to get hold of n baseball Juut to
Bee how soon nnd In what nn nrtlatlc
manner those Hamo hands can lot go
of tho hard Bphoro.
It's a great' gamo, Is baseball, and
protty nearly overybody In the uni
versity Be'ems to bo finding it out.
Until a comparatively recent date tho
fever wuh conflnod to Captain Beltzer
and hiB bunch of ball-mad cntluiBlastB.
But now there aro no limits to the
Bpread of tho insidious disease. It Ms
infecting students and Bluffers, lit so
cieties and lawB, frat men and sorori
ty girls .
Lits In the Game.
The two literary societies started the
ball of competition rolling with a bas
ketball gamo. That started tho spirit
of rivalry and tho fire has been fanned
along until now the llts aro eagerly
challenging each other to contest for
honors on tho diamond. The game is
not yet scheduled, but it Is snld to bo
on the list for tho near future.
The forestry club, which early
leaped Into fame this year by giving
a dance, has now organized a capable
nine and has askod the chemistry
club for a game. The chemistry men
expect "to ubo their faculty members
in the line-up nnd at present tho gamo
Is being delayed by the inability of
Dr. Dales to get out for practice. Tho
foiestry men expect to stick to their
student members, but they expect to
have Professor Phillips and Dr. Bes
vcy on the side-lines.
Bot Sem is considering the matter
of putting a team in the field and in
case the vote Is iavorablo the or
ganization will undoubtedly chnllengo
the wlnnors of the chemlBtry-forostry
Phi Beta Kappa and Theta N'u Bp
tdlon are scheduled for a game April
:I2. Both organizations will apear in
full masks and without pins, tho P. B.
K.'s having consonted to this out of
courtesy for the bashfulness of tho T.
N. E. men. It Is rumored that some
men will have to play on both teams
because of dual afilllatlons. But a
committee is to be appointed to con
sider these cases and seek some way
around the difficulty.
Sororities Like It.
The girls are not at all backward in
the game not by any means. PI Beta
Phi has had a good bunch out for
practice at Thirteenth and It ever
since the weather allowed. Delta
Delta Delta has been hard at work at
the Vine streot park and have some
promising material. Alpha Chi Omega
has organized with a full nine nnd
has challenged Alpha Omrlcon Pi to
a contest to bo played off shortly. Both
teams in this pair ai'o practicing night
and day and a training tabic has boon
INSPECTING MEDICAL SCHOOLS.
ity Professor Pays a Visit
Professor A. Flexnor of N.ow York,
was a campus' visitor yesterday. Ho
was occuplednln inspecting tho medi
cal college, acting on behalf of the
Amorlcan Medical association. This
Inspection Is a regular occurrence and
Is mado In all tho colleges of tho. coun-
.try. Professor Floxner will leave to
day for other points on his schedule.
J. E. Shelton, Stanford-, '10, won the
recent intercollegiate, dobato and won
the seventh Carnot medal to go to his
school,- There were. sixain tho debate,
three from Stanford nnd throe from
RECEIVES RELICS OF LINCOLN.
Fraternity at Illinois Gets Valuable
Alpha Epsllon chapter of Zeta Pfll
fratornity, which Iiub Just boon In
stalled at Illinois, was yesterday tho
recipient of a largo and very valuable
collection of Lincolnlnnu. Tho articles
aro tho gift of Mr. Henry T. Thomas,
of Now York, a formor resident of Ill
inois and a graduate of the old Uni
versity of Chicago.
The most valuable of tho articles is
tho replica of the llfcmnsk of Lincoln
mndo by the famous sculptor L. W.
Volk In Chicago In 18G0. With it also
Is a cast of President Lincoln's right
and loft hands, by Volk. The value of
the mask Ib Bhown by the fact that
there are only three originals of It
in existence. One of them Is in tho
Smithsolan Institute; ' another belongs
to General Robert T. Lincoln; and
tho third now becomes the property of
the Illinois chapter. At present it is
to bo held in trust by Xi chapter of
Zota PbI. but Is ultimately to go to tho
home of the now Alpha Epsllon chap
ter, where it Is thought properly to be
long, being the most authentic re
minder in oxistenco of the greatest son
Tho other nrtlcles are a life-size
photograph of Lincoln from an origin
al negative made in Chicago in 18G0,
an unabridged edition of N'lekolay and
Hay's "Life of Lincoln," Miss Tarbell's
"Life of Lincoln," Frederick Trevor
Hill's "Lincoln tho Lawyer," "Lincoln,
MaBter of Men," by Alonzo Rothchlld,
"Abraham Lincoln," by Carl Shurz and
Truman II. Bnrtlott.
These objects will be placed In one
of the rooms of the chaptor 'house to
bo dedicated and known always as the
Lincoln room, whero there will be- spe
clal observance on each recurring an
niversary or the great Emancipator's
Tho University of North Carolina
has selected Brides, of Yale, as their
coach next year.
Season baseball tickets are on sale
at Missouri for $2.50. The games sep
arately would cost $:i.8.r.
Michigan's baseball team has begun
active work and is doing well Tor the
beginning of the season.
A locker room attendant has been
appointed and a check room installed
in the gymnasium at Minnesota in tho
hope of stopping thieving In the build
ing. The University or Missouri is re
ported to have an athlete who Is six
feet eleven inches in height, but who
could not make a place on the foot
The Freshman Oratorical contest at
Iowa 1b to be held March 10 this year.
The men are being urged to get their
orations to the committee as soon as
A pet collie belonging to one ojT tho
professors at Indiana rocontly died of
the rabies and two of the faculty who
foar that they may have been Infect
ed, aro to take tho Pasteur treatment.
Coach Ray has boon re-engagod by
tho athletic committee to coach the
Harvard crew for tho next five years.
He has htfld the position since 1904,
turning out two winning crows out of
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