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fcTME f- R I IN T E R .
AN ATTEMPT TO RAISE JACK
BEST FUND TO $400.
RUNTS WILL PLAY THE LENGTIIIES
Klndheartedness Fills Breasts of the
Young Philanthropists Doctors,
Trainers and Water Boys Will '
Congregate on Battlefield.
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yur PatrDBc Solicited
Tho greatest baseball event In the
history of the university will be pulled
off in the not two or threo weoks.
Tho "Lcngthies" will play tho "Hunts."
It is safe to say that tills will bo 'tho
big game of tho season. Tho men are
training haul and expect to be In tho
pink of condition by tho tlmo the
gamo is pulled off.
' Tho object of tho gamo Is to ralso
tho Jack Best fund. The fund has
' reached tho sum of $385. It Is tho de
sire of those In. charge that this bo
raisod to $100. Tho patriotic "Hongs"
and "Shorts" In tho university havo
decided to raise this money by means
of a baseball game.
From now until tho date of tho
gamo these kind hearted men will bo
soon diligently practicing at all hours
of the day on tho athletic field, for
this gamo Is to be no scrub contost,
but a battlo between well trained
stars. Thero will be coaches galore
to urgo on their favorites and show
them all tho fine points of tho gamo
About fifteen trainers and rubbers
havo been engagod for tho two weeks'
practice, and each of those will be
assisted by a water bpy. It is very
evident that these great athletes are
to bo well taken caro of. Every pro
caution will bo talcen to soo that none
of them suffers any Injury.
Will Be Advertised.
An advertising manager has been
appointed to take charge of the work
of advertising tho great contest. He
Is a man woll vorsed In tho Ins and
outs of tho advertising world. Ho Is
preparing some of tho moKt original
posters that havo evor been Been
about tho university. Somo of them
aro llfeslzo portraits of tho most
notable players who will appear in
this Important gamo. Below each plc-
turo la a history of tho man that It
represents. In this hlBtory will bo tho
places of his birth, tho names of his
parents, whero ho learned to play
baseball, tho names of tho loams on
which ho has played, and tho names
of his lady friends.
Another method of advertising that
will bo used will bo a monstor parado.
This will bo one of the most remark
able parades ever organized by univer
sity students. Three bands will ap
poar In dazzling uniforms and the
basebal) team that are to outer the
nervo racking contest will bo seen
riding In docorated automobiles sur
rounded by armed guards. The, parado
will enter tho gates of tho athletic
field, Jho umpire will firo a cap pistol,
tho doctors and their attendants will
placo tho strotchcrs along tho sido
lines, tho wnter boys will dampon tho
sponges, and tho gamo will bo on.
Players and Umpires. .
L Tho men who will compose tho
teams havo not yet been selected. A
caucus was hold by tho "Longs" yes
terday and Iho list of mon ellglblo for
their team was narrowed down to the
following: Sweet Shonka, Sister Elli
ott, Hungry Holland, Happy Halllgan,
Officer Collins, Doctor Cobb, Johnnie
Jones, Shorty Struvo, Merry Christ
mas, Lynnfleld Scott Loyd, Efllo Dins
more and Samuel Adams Buck.
Tho "Runt" team will bo selected
from tho following sterling young gen
tlemen: Cozetto Buchanan, Tubby
Meyers, Halvenlo Stultz, Mummy Haw
ley, Stub Hascall, Lengthy Oliver,
RastUB V. Smith, Ferry Franklin
Smith, Stew Elliott,, Pretty Forsyth,
Rudolph McConnoll and Daniel Web
The matter of selecting tho umpires
was a difficult proposition. It was de
cided that thero should bo two of
ficials and that they should bo chosen
from tho faculty. After a long and
j heated session and a great amount of
deliberation on tho part of the dele
gates tho following professors were
finally chosen as umpires: II. W. Cald
well and G. W. Lucky.
"MY 'PEST HOUSE' DREAM."
A spirited Interclass baseball con
test Is now being waged. At this tlmo
tho last year boys seem to bo having
tho best of tho argument.
The Semi-Metric Raving of a Varsity
"Pest House" Patient, Con
densed in Six Verses.
I drenmod I was being exiled
To a land I don't know just whore,
But tho fact that 1 was leaving the
Was all that I seemed to care
The going was a matter of choice
Between the two I've nlready named
So I packed my grip In a hurry
And left on tlio very next train.
Somehow I felt contented,
As wo traveled on to the coast,
Such a relief to leave that "Post
That "Boss," sassafaras tea and
For days wo were on tho steamer,
Plowing through tho ocean deep;
Still 'twas preferablo to the "Pest
Though Roaslck. "homesick and
Ono morning wo saw land in the dls-
And our steamer gave t a coarse,
But suddenly waked from my slumber,
I saw tho Burlington whizzing past.
The flyer went on around tho curve, "
And whistled onco more to arouso
And end those blessed moments
My dreams at tho old "Pest House."
A fourth year has been added to tho
law course at Harvalrd upon comple
tion of which ono receives the degreo
of juris doctor In addition to tho regu
lar dogroo conferred.
Beatrice High School.
Tho class honors for this year wore
recently awarded and aro as follows:
Valedictorian, Edith McGaffey; snlu
tatorlan, Edith Ludden.
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