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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1913)
TLhc 5)atl IFlebraskan
Vol. XII. No. 141
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913
Price, 5 Cents
FINANCES SNEAK DAY
CHANCELLOR AVERY PROVIDES
FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF
SENIORS AT CRETE.
EVERYBODY HAS ENJOYABLE TIME
Mammoth Picnic Dinner, Dances, Ball
Games All Contribute to Pleasure
of "Sneaking" Seniors Ram
TllC llHMllllCI - , till' seHIOI ( I.I is
took then annual hike into o1muui
"TTTTrt obtrrTorr -vrtf nitty -hv- tt.H k-ltm a4
trip down to Cietc I'nlike I In Sneak
I)a.s ol ollici mmis tin- details ol the
affair wi'ic made known to sonir nu'in
b"ts ol tin' laiults and inlt ed Chan
cHlor and Mis ei wen- tin- hospi
table entei tainei s ol the class and
eeithing was )ioidt'd at their e
pen-e Nothing was divulged ot the
plans' to outside! s. howeer. but eail
'ediiesda mottling the seniois "told
ed theii tents like the Aiabs and si
lenth stole awav
to use a in lit b
t 7 l"i Vednesda
cj. ,,,,!. 1 .. v uMiwinl I. .It the I till I III LM oil
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.station toi the village ol Ciete I pon
the aitnal ot the tluong ot inen
makeis the weie 1 1 anspoi ted b a
flotilla ol launches to the pienn
"grounds three miles down the inei
wher the summer cottages were placed
at their disposal The remainder ol
the morning was spent in getting ac
quainted, and enjoying the quiet picnic
grounds such a contrast to the tur
moil of the bus city of Lincoln
A tree lunch, consisting of numerous
delicacies including ice cream, pastr
and mammoth sandwiches were par
taken of at the noon hour "all ou
could eat." accoidmg to one enthusias
tic epicure After the picnic feast all
repaired to the baseball diamond or to
the river the former enthusiastically
to cheer theii tavorites in the game
between the laws and engineeis and
the latter to "How, Row, Row" down
the stream in the skills provided foi
the occasion At 2 30 those who weie
ol aesthetic tempei anient indulged in
the rhytnthic or rheumatic movements
of the intricate modern dances
A baseball game was scheduled with
Crete for f o'clock, but on account of
the rain this was abandoned The rain
somewhat marred the pleasures of the
day and perhaps inconvenienced some
couples who were unfortunate enough
to be tar from shelter, but did not seri
ously dampen the ardor of the Sneak
ers. A dance was also planned for the
evening but this was also abandoned
and the hilarious thirteens returned to
Lincoln at a late hour, having had
"some time "
Lineoln won the first game of the
series just commencing with Pa
Rourke's men at Antelope park yes
terday by a score of 5 to 0 The bat
lei ies were Omaha Robinson and
Johnson; Lincoln TesBar and Strai
ten. The same teams play toda and
Rally in Armory This Morning
To Boost Baseball Game With
Kansas Tomorrow Afternoon
Many Good Speakers Promised
Revival of Diamond Sport Big Satisfaction to Fans Who
Will See First Battle-Royal With Jayhawkers For
Years Past Good Chances For Victory
lis iiiofllillii l 11 '( !(( k I
j mi soiili' .M'ills will altclupl In lire the student hod Willi ell
I liJsi;isin (or tlie y.llue Willi (lie .I;i li:i w kel s on Nebraska field
I miiMM row afternoon Nun lies Sliehni iiml Uellzer will speak
j. iikI )i-iiitiini'iil members of the team ;iml ol the school in yeneral
liucludiny 'hancellor Ai'n, Coach Keed ;iiid lr. .lae ( '. L
IJt'in will preside and st udent cheer leaders w ill instill the usual
I ire-dope As t he ordiuan student is ;i r;it her cut lnisi;is ic ;m
this fact is show n b the cils ;il Antelope park ni Salur-
d.i s jiimI SiiikI;i s i he nt hid i management is ;i nt icipitt iuy I h.it
'.he promise ol ;i f.isi contest will lie enough lii briny the school
out en masse.
This is Ihr Ii-s lime lot ;i lillliilicl- of c;is that the two old
line el id II ics on the I ra k loot li;i
i.i i . .
lieen siiieiniied ur a Hiaiiioiid
interest to all loal Ihiskers. Nehr.isk.i h;is proed licit under
I he t lltelaye of Coach St ielnn she is t he lie) er si hool of the two
Ml fool I Kill and liiiskel I i;i 1 1 'an she do it in li;iseli;ill ?
Ill .-llinosl eel .Missouri ';llle eh;i 111 piolish i p r;K e Cor the
I. isl four or fie ears, Xel)i-;isk;i has f'm ltd the .la,s her most
ineiiaciny ri;il. ()n the gridiron, Xelir.-isk;i Inis been coinpelled
to f " I 1 i I ear after ear in order to snlxlne the K.-ins;is' cver-prcs-(lit
spirit of fiyhtiuy lor victon, often the contests luive lieen
the best of the season. Ahlinni of ten ears ayo Mild of the hist
few veji is will travel miles toseeii iimc with K;tns;is. In basket
hall Nebraska was the loser before Coach Stiebni's arrival. His
com my was t he death note of t he .Ja ha w ker w ho np to this I inn
had had the advantage in a ".real main of the panics. Nineteen
t i i .. i.' i. ...:.i. i.:
ivtenes;i wwen i limit won
ball what even loyal Nebraska
pras for but cheers for Hull
oi iiusKer virion over ner arrii euenn in nasueinaii. in ap
lain Carrier and his team belong the credit of inaintaininy this
season that record without blotch.
Nebraska meets liereneni, defeated in football and basket
ball in a new form of contest tomorrow. With a baseball team
which has shown itself worth
b its excellent work 111 the preceding panics ot the season, even
i liance points to a fast anie with a score faorab!r to Nebraska.
If the gallic is lost, it will lie no dishonor, for Nebraska is new at
baseball and Kansas has had a team for the past five years.
lint Nebraska has the team this ear. In the bo several ex
pert t wirlers are read. for service, behind the bat two of the best
pad men outside of the (Jrade A leagues, the infield is fast and
always on the spot when needed and the out field made a Valley
wide reputation in the panics plaxed with the Iowa college teams.
'aches have been plenty and material still more abundant. At
least two and possibh three have been offered biy; salaries to
play professional ball. This is the kind of a team which the
speakers in the rally this morning will ask win to support with
your presence and your cheers.
1 . 1 ? l.il 1 1 ! I I II . i ' 1 I . a 1 !
r ew realize wnai lias neen none lor nasenan ai .cirasKa iiiisi.
season. Dead as a sport could be, Coach Stiehm with the elli-,
cient aid of "Ilurk" I.eltzer has revived the fans deliyht and yiveti j
tin Cornhuskcr sports both a team and a schedule to lie proud
of two of the best ranies at home and four stiff teams to meet I -a-
away from home. Tomorrow is Kansas and .Ma IT the stranger
team of the South Dakotans apepars on Nebraska field for their
initial contest. Hall as fast if not faster is expected from this
ayyreyat ion of unknow us for t hey have show n their prowess with
other valle schools and are noted for a last gridiron team.
. Here's your chance you fans who ull for our Western or
National league teams, yet out and see a yood yanie between our
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he Ml st llllie,s baseball rall
II field ;ilid I task el li.'lll floor h;i e
coniesi ami in
result is of "4i-e.it
i i .i.. :,. i i...
ui iiiii.-m ii i.i i s-ii.m iiii hi ii.i.-mm-i-
alumnus pras for and not onl
huiisnx. This was the heyinniny
of the most enthusiastic support
MUCH INTEREST SHOWN
MANY GIRL8 DAILY PRACTICING
FOR TRACK MEET TO BE
HELD NEXT WEDNESDAY.
WILL TAKE SHOT AT BASEBALL
Juniors Contest Sophomores on Dia
mond With Chances of High Bat
ting Averages Several Phe
noms Rumored on Teams.
Next Wednesday at :i o'clock the
l'nieisit gills will hold a Hack
meeting on the athletic Held Oil Is
will lie excused lioni (lasses to attend."
the admission being in cents Then
will be a baseball game, the Iresh
nien phmiig the sophomoi es, an inter
class tela) i ace, lift and fin aid dashes.
If) ard huidle, basketball throw, K
pound shot put . high Jump, and pole
The gills hae been practicing very
diligeiilh ol late in the Armor), at
teiidain e liom tegular classes being
excused for attendance at the prae
tiies liead imiii) gills have hand
ed in then names foi various entiles,
the number being limited so that every
one will have a chance to be in some
cent ()er thin j are out daily for
Hack practice and otheis in the
baseball squad The relay teams and
baseball nines will be announced
Thin sda or Fi ida
Agricultural Club Makes
Selection of Officers for
Ensuing School Year
At a meeting of the Agricultural
club last Saturday evening the fol-
owMjr officers wort elected for the
flr8t HemPHter of the next school term
President--.! W Wisenand.
Vice-piesldent -Hugh Raymond
Secretarj It K Holland
Treasurer It 11 Assendorf.
Sergeant-at arms R J Posson
The following men were elected to
publish the agricultural monthly,
"Agriculture," editor, H W Ritchie;
business manager, R () Smith
Hy MIhs Florence Hostetler
Temple theatre, Tonight.
Scenes from "Les Miserable..,"
(a) Jean Valjean and the
(b) The Court.
The Gridiron, Anonymous.
Scenes from "The Taming of
the Shrew," Shakespeare
(a) A Grievance, Dunbar.
(I.) Hungarian Love La
ment, Ethel Syford
(c) If, Kipling.
Under direction of Elocution
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