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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1913)
TOE DAILY NEBRASKAN
INNOVATION IN ATHLETICS
COACH REED PLANS FIRST HAN
DICAP MEET TO BE HELD
RIBBONS TO BE GIVEN WINNERS
Fastest Man Will Start From the
Scratch and All Others Be
An innovation in (rack athletics will
bo Instituted on the local field next
Saturday when the first handicap meet
of the season will occur. Coach Reed
has decided upon this new plan of Ret
ting out more material for the track
squad and the competltiorL wilL
bo open to everybody in the Univer
sity. There are to be prizes awarded In
the shape of ribbons for first, second
and third places respectively. In each
event the fastest man entered will bo
the Bcratch man and the other con
testants will be handicapped accord
ingly. All entries must be written and
will be posted In the east entrance to
the gymnasium. Tho handicaps will
be posted early Saturday morning.
Saturday will not be the only han
dicap meet this spring but they will
be held Tuesday afternoon and rib
bons will be awarded to the winners.
In the short runs several have already
entered and among these is Coach
Reed who has a record of 9 4-5 for the
hundred yard dash and the remarkable
time of 49 1-5 for the quarter mile run.
Each of these are official records and
were made at Kansas City and Pitts
burg respectively in the summer of
Sinco the meet last week tho men
have shown a decided change for the
better. The men in tho sprints are
doing excellent work and also have the
men in tho long distance runs. Tho
return of Clark to tho track is very
pleasing to tho followers of track
work and it will mean a good addition
to tho squad.
Preparations for tho athletic carni
val with the Kansas teams aro already
in progress. It has been planned to
have a game of baseball with Kansas
State University on Friday, May 9, a
tennis tournament on tho morning of
the 10th with Baker University and
the annual dual meet with Kansas Uni
versity in tho afternoon. This track
meet will bo tho best to be seen hero
this year for Kansas, has an extra
strong team and aro strong contend
ers for the Valley championship this
The freshman baseball team has a
gamo tomorrow afternoon at 3:15.
Louise McNorney has resumed her
school work after several weeks absence.
Delta Delta Delta announces tin
pledging of Irene Kristein of Omaha.
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Lucille Hell returned last night from
Ames, Iowa where she attended the PI
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There will be a regular meeting of
the Glee club Wednesday evening,
April 30 at the Temple, 7:15 sharp.
This is regular work and attendance
is required for your credit.
P. M. JAMES,
The annual election of the student
members of tho athletic board will be
held May 12. Ballot boxes will bo in
stalled in the gymnasium offices and
tho balloting will continue throughout
the day. There are to be elected five
members of the board as usual. ThoBe
whose terms expire are Clinton Under
wood, Arthur May, M. C. Hanzlik,
Dewey Harmon tind Wesley Becker,
Three of these men will graduate but
according to tho general rule which
has been followed in tho past prac
tically tho whole personnel of tho Btu
dent members will bo changed. Ap
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