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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Fusser and Faculty Alike
Turn Fans to See
Kansas Team Walloped
Tho baseball fever Is at Its height,
student anci laculty member deHort
the fttitlins conrines of the class
room and hike Tor the ball orchard.
Several of" the most dignified mem
bers of the laculty have been seen do
ing rare and highly interesting acro
batic teats during the games of the
iast week. Some have been able to
maintain their dignity one of whom
was heard asking a spectator, "Is it
necessary for the oung gentlemen to
keep shouting, hit the dirt you bone
headed pailor athlete, and so many
other common expressions?
The fussei has not as yet made his
official appearance on the field but
great numbers of the 'spring bugs'
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The russer has confined himseir to
(he Western league park where he
can slip in with his lady fair unob
served and without hearing the usual
questions of, where did you get the
money? or does her mama know who!
she's with? It may be possible that
he wanted to explain to the beautiful
dnmsel the finer points of the game
before taking her to the "Varsity field
where she might betray him by some
question directed at him but heard by
those around him, "why, the man
said three balls and the other man
is only throwing one." Perhaps, "I
didn't see anyone die out there, why
did that handsome man yell, two
dead, murder this one?"
Fresh and Sophomore
Girls Will Meet on
The freshman and sophomore ball
learns which will match their score
making abilities at the girls' track
meet, May 1 I, have been chosen by
Miss GIttlngs. The lineup Is as fol
lows: I freshmen -I'M 11 h Mllfr.r. pitcher;
Ruth Lalir, catcher. Grace Metcalf.
first base; Carmille Leyda, second
base; Lucille Leyda. third base;
Louis !. Mrownell, Gladys Downing,
I'Mith Mrown, I'Mnn Hushuell. Irene
Swanson, I'Mna Kroyd and Berenice
Sophomore Genevieve Lawry, cap
tain and pilchei, Grace Reavis, catch
er, Ruth Sheldon, Anne Wymore,
Amy Gainer, Marie Clark, Heulnh
-Uiuuiiv. QLLvJii Wnlte, Alice Imisoii.
Liela McNerny, Ruth Underwood,
Alvina Hloomercainp, Helen Randall
and Ruth Fitch, fielders.
A report comes from the girls' track
meet headquarters that up-to-date
sixtj-nine entries have been made for
individual events at the meet.
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C. E. Society Holds
Its First Meeting
and Elects Officers
The Civil Engineers' society held a
meeting Wednesday night and elected
officers and honorary members. The
following were elected: R. M. Green,
president, II. M Fishwood, vice pres
ident; R. F Lyman, secretary; (' J.'
Wohlford, treasurer; T. 10. Wood,
sergoanta t arms. All the professoi.--in
the civil engineering department,
together wnh Professor Chntburn and
Professor Micl.ej, w t re elected hon
A week ago an organization meet
ing was held when a constitution was
made. It was adopted at the meet
ing Wednesda night 'I he purpoM'
of the Mciet is to gt l the ci il en
gineoiv togtther. A meeting will be
held the liisi Wednesda of ever
month. The society is one ol the four
sub-societies of the Engineering So
ciety. Their is a possibility of the
society affiliating with some national
organization of this kind.
JOINT CLASS MEETING.
Meeting called of the fresh-
man, sophomore, and junior
tAt classes Thursday, May 15, 1913,
to elect the student members
of the Student Publication
Board, at the following places,
Sophomore Temple theatre.
Juniors Music Hall.
KOSMET MUSIC AT
Those who were unable to
secure copies of the score of
the Kosmet Klub play, "The
Matchmakers" may purchase
them at Crancer's at the same
price as offered on the campus.
I i ii j me j,uiy who iook tne raincoat
I from the lobby of the Temple return
,itto this office tit once. The owner's
jnaine is on the collar and cuffs
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST In the vicinity of the Alpha
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