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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TRACK TEAM TRY,
- OUTS HELD SATURDAY
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Maude Wilber and George Dameral in
" The Merry Widow
Oliver, Tonight, Wed. and Wed. Mat.
"The Merry Widow" will bo soon at,
tho Oliver Theatro tonight, Wednca
day and Wednesday matinee. With
all lt lirllinnu, and HoniotlmcH main
claim, mirth "Tho "Morry Widow"
never Hton over tho hounds Into vul
garity. The artistic vnlucB of tho
Ktory, the wondorfnl beauty of tho
music, tin? careful presentation of tho
opcodes, and the elaborate staging of
tho spectacle lift tho VIomigbo oper
etta into tho nealm of roal art, and
eppual to all lovers of tho beautiful
.The pretty Btory of Sonla's love for
Prince Dnnlln, who, Hho at tlrt feaiB
loves hor for her mlllloiiH, In ftill of
touching truth; her efforts to beguile
lil m lino r peaking tho words that are
every trembling on hla lips tho
wyids "1 love you" which he baa
sworn be will never sny -lntroduco
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surpasaes do old bUrM'.iecr.l cj Kach'ra ibat
bock c;cccJcJ t j F?-igtsT.. . Tdjtr.r ia
Chief, Dr. VA T. Ibrt.s, foracr U. S. Com
of Educ&tioa. Tb- t'ci;n!tl'ir.) Irve beta're
srranctd csJ tnpliflcd. Theucjibcrof (trpj
defined hat Icci noro t'jtn c'ol'Jc J. T!-e Dy
uoogy, jynon7S, rrcrxnclalloa, lisve re
ceived unspanns echelsr! KboT. iKq Ian
cuaje oL.Enjlith liicritcrc for ever scTen
ceoturie? tlio l:rcko!cry cf Ihi crtj end
sciences, csd llo ercry-tjty tcccu of rtrccl,
tUop, otid household,, crc rrcicnted with full-
seci tad clearness. Ij tlzz of vocabulary, in
rtcLacu of cecrM bfonnatson, tud in con-
venkoco of coniutatiOB, Ibo book' tts a new
aui la Ieiicocrapby.
300,OGO words arid phrases.
Writ taUM pdbUJwf far Spcckwa tit.
Into ihe rtory ono of the most effec
tive situations in modern opera and
present a thnnlo whjeh Ib worthy of
Tirand opera treatment. Indeed, It Is
the Judgment of tho best critics that
tho only thing that provontB the oper
etta from being "grand opera" Is tho
fact that tho nuiBlc is conceived In a
lighter and gayer vein, and that tho
deuouncment of tho love story IboIw
donouncment of tho lovo Btory Is
happy. You loavo tho theatre build
ing smiling and humming the catchy
music which Alls tho Lobar hcore.
A wonderfully clover cast of princi
pals will present the Btory and tho
EOlob. ducts and quartetB, a radiantly
beautiful chorus will bo seen In de
licious dances and heard In brilliant
cnEomblcs, and the staging will be
sumptuous and extravagantly elabor
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plenty of roora'for tho tie to slide In,
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Witt, ran tho 100-yurtl dash in 10
fteodndH ilftt, nhd th6 220-ynM.
(Ihuh in 22 2-5 hccoiuIh. In both
cn.st'H tho time iB exactly the nnnio
rta the Nobrnskft rocordH for thcao
events rtnd in faster than has been
made nt any time this year.
In flic Hhot put also Minnesota
is better than Nebraska, In the
m'eoV against r6vTf"'T3ifttiuflny.
Fi'ank, tho Minnesota shot putter,
made 40 feet 6 inches. The re
sults of the meet Saturday show
that Dick OranT, the Minnesota
e'oaeh, is doing w'onders with the
team up there and that Nebraska
will have to put forth its best
possible efforts to make a ood
showing against the Gophers this
year. - Nebraska has -never been
defeated by Minnesota on the
Missouri Valley Affairs." f.
The Missouri Valley conference
has decided that hereafter at least
live hurdles must be left standing
in the hurdle rnfics to make them
valid. This reformhns been dis
cussed for some time, and it was
finally decided to put it into
force this year. 'The University
of Iowa is kicking against the
elimination, of the hammer throve.
It seems as though Iowa has a
star in Alderman and the Hawk
eyes believe that lie could win
them some points in the Missouri
Gold watches arc to be given
as first prizes in the Missouri Val
ley meet this year. This is an in
novation in the giving of prizes
that should be appreciated by the
contestants. Silver medals will
be given to the winners of second
places and bronze medals will be
given as third prizes,
GORNHUSKERS LOSE THE
FIRST GAME TO AMES
MATHER ALLOWS BUT FOUR
HITS AND JOHNSON THREE.
NEBRASKA SCHEDULE IS (HANGED
Grinnell and South Dakota to
B Played Instead of Minne
sota and Iowa, Who Refused
to Meet the Cornhuakers.
In the first game of the east
ern trip the eornhnskers were
defeated by the Ames Aggies by
a score of 3 to 2. The game was
a ten-inning eontest and was a
pitchers' battle frpm tho opening
inning. Afn'tllei was' on the
mound for the Cornhuskors, while
Johnson did the twirling for the
.aggies Jonnson neia tue tJnrn-
husUors for tTireo hits, while
rather allowed the Ames boys
but four bingles. In the error
column Nebraska led, having
seven mistakes to the Aggies
The same teams playod yester
day, and today tho Cornhuskors
meet , Grinnell at Grinnell. Oh
Wednesday the Cornhuskers play
Highland Park, and thou go to
Mt. Vernon, -whoro they 'meet
Cornell in a game Thursday.- On
'thcoturn trip the Cornhuskers
meet South Dakota at Vermil
lion on Friday.' This change in
the schedule was necessitated by
tho cancellation of "the games
formerly scheduled with. .Minne
sota and Iowa, :who wore unable.
to. meet the, Nebraska team on
account of the ruling of the (,Big
Eight" ponference, which" pro
hibits the teams playing with ool?
lege teams who refuse to certify
to the .eligibility oflhe men in
regard to their having: played
summer- baseball: , S
the rest of the year
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