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THE DAILY NEBRAtfKAN
OMAHA WINS TITLE IN
HIGH SCHOOL TOURNEY
80UTH OMAHA, UNIVERSITY
PLACE AND BEATRICE FINISH
NEXT IN ORDER.
The Dally Nebraakan's All
Nebraska High 8chool teams
as selected by V. C. Hascall,
First Team Vlfqualn, Uni
versity Place, and Collins,
Omaha, forwards; Roctor,
Omaha, center; Luse, Beatrice,
and Burkenroaa, Omaha,
Second Team Crocker, Oma
ha, and Menefee, 8outh Omaha,
forwards; Hugg, Lincoln, cen
ter; Rutherford, Beatrice, and
Fiddle, South Omaha, guards.
"T "f fi "fi P T T n
Dy dofentlng Unlveralty Pluco and
Beatrlco In tho uftornoon gamou last
Saturday It remained for Omalia and
South Omaha to play for tho highest
honors in tho high school baflketball
tournament. Neither noatrlco nor
UnlvorHlty iMaco played up to Its
usual form In tho afternoon games
and honce It was easy for tho two
Omaha teams to annox victories by
largo scores In tho play-off Omaha
won, 212 to 8
Omaha and South Omaha playod
hard, fast and consistent ball through
out tho tournament and this factor
earned thorn tho chance to play for
Omaha poBsesses three men that
rank among tho ten host men of the
tounnunent anil tho other two aro
not very far bohlnd, and with a llttlo
more exporlonco will dovclop Into
players oqual to their running matcB.
Tho first game of tho evening was
betweon University Place and Uoat
rlco to decide which team should oc
cupy third place. At tho end of tho
first half Hoatrlce was ahead by a
score of r to 4, but In tho second half
University Place came back strong
and secured a lead that Beatrice could
not overcome, finally winning by a
score of 18 to G Vlfqualn played a
game that rightly earned him tho title
of tho host forward In tho tournament
Omaha and South Omaha thon
clashed in the biggest gamo of thorn
all, tho one to decide tho title. It was
a great gamo, full of spectacular team
work, guarding and goal shooting, in
which Omaha proved superior. Col
lins nnd Burkenrond were tho stellar
figures of the gamo.
For your orchestra call 0. L. Jones.
Weber Sultorium. HOO 0 St.
V. M. C A. NOMINATIONS MADE.
Only One in Race for President Elec
tion to Be Thursday.
At n meeting of tho Honior nominat
ing commltteo tho following mm
wore nominated for tho various oflicos
in the University Young Men's Chris
President M. V. Arnold.
Vice-president .1. L. Driscoll, H. II.
Recording Secretary W. W. Guidln
gor, D. D. Marcellus.
Board of Directors Class of 1913
(two to bo elected): II. J. Burtls, F
J. Colbert, E. C. Gee, F. C. McConnoll.
Class of 1914 (throe to boeloctod) :
C. L. Clark. II W. liffcB.B. S. Hill.
O. C. Kiddoo U M Lehow, R. A.
Smith. ClasB of 1915 (two to bo
olocted): RusBell Clark, R. S. Doud,
D D. Marcellus, H. S. Reese.
Thoro is a treasurer 10 be elected,
who must bo a faculty member or a
citizen of Lincoln not connected with
tho UnlvorBity. There aro also three
members of the board of directors
to be elected, two from tho faculty
and one from tho city of Lincoln. A
gonoral oloction by ballot for all stu
dent oflicos will bo hold March 14, be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 2
p. m., at the Information deBk in tho
Temple lobby. All members of tho
University Y. M. C. A. who hold mem
bership cards for tho present BChool
year aro entitled to vote.
Forestry Club to Meet.
Tho Forestry club meets tonight
and Professor PerBingor speaks on
"Land Laws as Related to the Forest
J. C. WOOD and CO.
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