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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1909)
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fIRST GAME TODAY
IKAN8A8 WILL BE MET AT ANTEL
6? riPK PAHK A t.UU r. IYI.
COTNER WINS CLOSE CONTEST
(Cornhuskers Are Not Able to HlPac
amentep and are Forced to Take '
KS Nine Blanks Mathers Did
Well for Nebraska.
' Tho nnclorit foo of Nobraakn, tho
'JnylmwkorB .JrPm. tl10 south will bo
'tho RUOBts of Captain. Boltzor nnd his
b'nsobftll players at Antolopo park to
ny and tomorrow In two'Voturn gamoa
for tho contostB playod at Lawronco
on tho Eaator trip of tho CornhuBkors.
(Tho gamo this afternoon 1b scheduled
to bogln at 4 o'clock. Student tlck'otB
Classes or no classes we
I are remembered by
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be to vour interest
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$20.00 SUITS ARE
Furnishing Goods that
will put higher
priced goods in the
each for one or one
admit to both, games. Tickets for
bleachors or grandBtand will soll4 at
Tho gamo this afternoon may bo
tho ono that will count In tho cham
pionship race of tho Missouri valloy
conference. Ono of tho two games
will bo selected by tho visiting toant
and M will not bo known doflnlteiy
until this afternoon which ono tho
Kansas men decide upon. If It Is the
championship argument today "Hap"
Ward will probably bo sent to tho
mound for tho Ipcals. If not "Buck"
will cIioobo botwoen Olmstead and
Prouty for tho twirling task.
Game at 4 O'clock.
Tomorrow's gamo is Bchodulod for
tho samo hour 4 o'clock, Those aro
tho final gamoB of the year and the
laBt tlmo tho students will have a
chanco to boo their favorites in an ex
hibition for tho year 1908-09.
"Pip" Cooke, ono of tho beBt ath
letes that has ovor fought for tho scar
let and cream, will say his farewell
to Nebraska athletics in tho gamo to
morrow. This will complete his four
years of college sport. Ho has always
displayed a loyal Bplrit for old Ne
braska and the men who have boon as
sociated with him slnco he entorod the
flOld of Cornhuflker sportB will fool
a deep regret when they seo him con
cluding UIb college nthletio career.
Defeated at Cotner.
Yestorday tho Cornhuskors Journey
ed out to Bethany for a gamo with
Cotnor college. Tho pupils of Coach
StevenB took tho gamo by the bare
margin, of ono point which was chalked
up in their opening round. Tho Corn-
huBkorB woro prosonto.d with nine
Mathers was on tho slab for the
university bunch and handed out a
winning variety of ball permitting the
homo team to cloavo tho sphoro for
but six safeties. Parameter, tho op
posing mound artist, had the Corn
huBkors at hlB mercy and kept the
hits down to 4.
Tho defeat of tho CornhuBkors Is
laid in part to tho lack of practice dur
ing the last two weoks. The Corn
huskors, owing to tho absence of an
athletic flold, and rainy weather, have
been forced to do without practice
for tho Inst two weoks. Since their
eastern trip they had taken part In
but ono gamo before yesterday and
were in poor shapo for any kind of a
contOBt. They showed tho effects the
failure to practice had had on them
in their batting yeBterday.
Nebraska 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O-fl'
Cotnor ,10,0.000 00 0-1
Line-Up for Today.
Carroll c Rockfeller
Ward p Harlon
Clarko 1 b ."Walker
Dudgeon 2 b GlbbB
Boltzor 3 b Palmer
Motcalf s s Huff
Mathers 1 f Haller
Cooko c f Wood
Sturtzonogger r f Carlson
ERECT NEW BUILDING
ASTRONOMICAL LABORATORY TO
BE ENLARGED THI8 8UMMER.
WILL HAVE NEW INSTRUMENTS
The Structure Will Not be Pretentious
But Will be Built for Permanen
cy and Will Present a
All makes rented with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Rebuilt Machine.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Anto 116&-Bell 1181. 123 No. 11th
8TUDENT8 $3 to $10 PER DAY.
During vacation and odd hours.
Business easy, honorable, profitable.
Goods, highly morltorlpus, endorsed by
TJ. Q. Government. Writ for full par
'tlculars. fft 8hlpman Agents 3upply Dept......
Lewis Block, Buffalo, N.V.
Profossor Swozey of the aBtronoml
cil department. is. now busily engaged
in figuring out plans for a new addi
tion for the present astronomical lab
oratory. The now extension will be
built on tho oast side of the present
structuro and tho now wing will In
clude a study room and office for Pro
At tho last mooting tho regentB ap
propriated tho funds necessary to re
construct tho observatory as1 shown
In tho cut. When tho structuro Is
completed the prosont building will be
tho west wing and tho new part will
form tho east wing.
Not a Pretentious Affair.
It is not tho desire of the depart
ment to erect a pretentious building,
but morely to provide a neat and com
fortable placo for Btudents to- work.
Tho building will be finished outBido
with brick or stucco and it is planned
to construct it so that it will be an
improvement to tho campus. With
tho onlnrgpd laboratory, further Instru
mental equipment will bo added.
Tho building is not intended as a
temporary affair, but Is planned aB a
permanent student observatory. If the
legislature at sbmo futuro tlmo makes
provision for a permanent building to
house the now telescope, and for ad
vanced work and Investigation it will
be constructed on some site outside of
tho city. The dust and smoke of a
city, the glare of Uio Btreet lights, at
night, the ground tremorB produced
by passing tralnB and tho traffic on
paved streets r.onders careful work
with tho delicate Instruments used In
astronomical observations Impossible.
In spite of this it is alwayB necessary
to have on tho campus, where It Is
easily accessible, a small observatory
for elementary student work.
Others Follow Plan.
. Tho plan which is thuB bolng worked
out by tho astronomical department
for Nebraska Is Blmllar to tho ono
that Is now in operation in other
western schools. The University of
Wisconsin has its little student obser
vatory which is about as large as tho
one at Nebraska and besides this it
has the fine Washburn Observatory
which Is located well outside tho city
According to present plans tho now
building will be ready for occupancy
by September 1.
hi Bill iSililKi
Proposed Astronomical Labratory
Rush Medical College
in AmuATiox with
University of Chicago
CoHag work required for Ada&tloa
FM work la tho Sumaaw Quarter
Firtt Term June -July'B
' .Second Terra July a-Sept, 3
"Write (or full particulars to the Dean of Medical
Ceuraef, the Uaiyenlty of Chicago.
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