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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1898)
Indoor baseball is receiving a great impetus
arid the outlook for a strong team encourging.
The candidates for pitchers are Mel ford, Hal
stead, Rhea, King, Hyde. Bliss, Cambell,
Coke, Williams, Schwartz and Catherwood.
Last Saturday night an exhibition game be
tween the athletic and Baseball team resulted
in a victory for the former of 17 to 5. Gor
don and Bhea were the battery, Ike Pace um
pire and Fred Ryon was referee in the field.
Fifteen innings were played. Score by innings
Athletics -- 10202007103030 0-17
Baseball -- 000000 2 0210000 - 5
The positions of players "were:
Rhodes first Base Melford
Swallow second Base Liebmann
Rhaehn third Base Cowgill
Campbell II. B. pitcher Gordon
Waterman catcher Rhea
McGeehan shortstop Wells
Ryan rightfield K'nder
Campbell C C left field Reeder
The xrogram of indoor athletic contest to
be given on Charter day from 4 to 0 P. M. ,
with events and records made in preliminar
ies is as follows:
I Exhibition Game- Indoor Baseball. Uni
versity team vt Best nine. Three innings.
1. Standing broad jump, 1st Lemars 9ft llin;
2nd Swallow Oft Giin; Moore Oft lin. 3.
Three stand broads: 1 . Swallow 20-2 J; Le
raars 27-7i; 3. Andreson, W. E. 27-51. 2.
Standing high jump: 1. Swallow 4-5A; 2. Jew
ett 4-4; 3. La Salle and Andreson W. E.
II. Volly Ball: Faculty class vs Athletics,
three innings. 4. Standing hop, step and
jump: Pillsburj' 28-0; Moore 27-i; Swallow
20-1 H. 5. Twenty-five yd dash: Andreson, W.
E., La Salle, 3 2-5 seconds; Pepoon. 0. Hor
azontal bar jump for height: Swallow 8; Kel
log 7-8; Andreson 7-10. 7. Ring jump for
height: Jewett 0-8; Kollog 0-5; Andreson, W.
E. 0-2. 8. Horizontal bar vault. 0. Hori
zontal bar distance suap. 10. Running high
jump. m. Basket Ball: Uni. team vs Best
team. TV. Charter day exhibit of trophies
and prizes. The program promises to be one'
of great interest. ' "Dr. Haitings lias spared
no pains to make it a grand snecess . All,
students slTouhTplan to attend.,.,,, .,,,.,- ty-
I'lliiKti'n.tcci H.ertni-e ivVitl
The Electrical TBtfgmeers are making iM&f '
preparation for- their lecture, reception ''and'
display. Thcjr have been fortunate in :obtaih
ing Mr. Isham Randolph, chief engineer of
the sanitary district of Chicago, to deliver an
illustrated lecture on "The Chicago Drainage
Canal," in the University chapel, Monday
evening Feb. 14th, 7:30.
From the fact that the construction of this
immense cannal is one of the greatest engi
neering feats of its kind, with an estimated
cost of nearly $30,000,000.00, makes it of in
terest to everyone. Mr. Randolph who is
chiel engineer is well qualified to lecture on
the construction of this canal.
Immediately after the lecture, there will be
a special electrical display, during the recep
tion to Mr. Randolph, in the Armory. The
display will include a complete collection of
electric cooking and heating appliances, such
as electric stoves, pans, coffee pots, shafing
dishes, etc. The armory will be brilliantly
lighted with an electric flag and designs. A
portion will be devoted to a model electric
kitchen. Light refreshments and hot choco
late, made on the electric heater, will be
served by several of the popular University
girls. Admission will be by ticket to be ob
tained at the University office or any E.'E.
student for 25c. Crowds of five couple or
more may have seate reserved by seeing any
of the committee on arrangements C. W.
Weeks, E. B. Sawyer, H. B. Noyes, M. A.
Hyde. The boys are all hard at Work run
ning the wires for the search light on the
main building and the lighting and power
circuits in the armory. All are striving to
make the exibitioa a grand success.
Miss Jennie Pentzer succeeds Miss Ida Le
wis as Gymnasium assistant.
Cora Elmore, who was obliged to leave
school on account of poor health, is reported
to bo much better. She will take charge of
music classes at Sterling, Tolmage and other
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