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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL. I NO. 30
LINCOLN, NEB., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1001.
Y.W.C. A. CONVENTION
local Associations to Assemble in
Lincoln this Month A few
Words From the State
The convention of tlie YTmng
"Woman's Christian Associations or
Nebraska will assemble In Lincoln,
November 22 and will remain in
session until November 2:. The state
committee has sent out the following
overture to local associations.
1. Send your president and as
many additional delegates as you can
send. No limit on numbers. Enter
tainment rurnisbod by the Lincoln
2. Tho state committee urges caph
Asscoiation to prepare for the Con
vention bv complying with the fol
a.. Call your Association together
at least onco a week for special prayer
Tor Cod's blessing on all of its -tie-liberations.
b. Urge each member to pray for
the Contention during her dally de
votions. c. Offer special prayer for Mrs.
Eustcrday who shall deliver tho Con
vention address and who has charco
of the hour on Prayer Circles arul
I'.lble Work of the Association.
d. The leader who will have
charge or the hour for definite prayer
for the work of the Association.
c. Miss Agnes Hill, who shall con
duct tho Missionary hour and lead
tho irospel sorvice on Sunday after
noon a 4 o'clock, pi ay for ,.tho con
victing power Tor tho Holy Spirit at
this meeting, that souls may bo
3. Fill out your state pledge before
the convention and send it to the
stato chairman who has charge of
the Finance" Hour.
4. Discuss the following recom
incuiiaLlojitLiiLUip s tatc connn It t ee
-ami-instruct your delegates how to
talk and vote at tho business mcjel
ing whon they will be brought berore
1. That a deep spirit of prayer be
cultivated In all of our work.
2. That tho ofllcers and caolnet or
each Association shall constitute a
prayer circle, which shallmeet regu-
-lariy-and as-of ten 4is-posslbieJ.g pray
for the work.
3. That tho regular week or
prayer, appointed by the World's
oorumittco (Nov. JO to 10) and tho
day of praver for colleges be observed
by every Association.
4. That tho study or God's word
and tho Solrltual side of tbo work be
emphasized through historical and
training Bible classes and gospel
fi. That tho missionary Interest and
zeal bo onoounged 07 special mission
ary meetings and missionary study
0. Tlj it the state committee em
ploy a stato secretary ror two months
this year at a salary or $50.00 per
month and oxponses
7. That tho state committee con
tinue to send 8 por oont of all moneys
rooelvea ior tho support of the Nat
ional work and 2 per cent to the
8. That tho Convention shah pro-
vldo 8400.00 for tbo support of tho
work this year. "
9. That tho Evangql. our national
organ and tho World s quarterly, tho
world's organ, reooivo tho hearty
support of every Asscoiation.
10. That tbo stato committee shall
have 300 copies of tho state constitu
tion and by-laws printed, to be Dis
tributed among the Associations, and
used In the oovelopinont of tho work.
11. Tbat tho affiliated membors
of the Btato association bo urged to
do all In their power to advanco the
work of tli'e association In their
communities, and we urgently re
quest tnat those membors hold at
least one conference a yoar for this
12. Tbat a way "00 provided by the
s.Ute committco whereby tho non
resident momners of the committee
shall recelvo a copy or the minutes
or each meeting of the commmlttee.
13. That the non-resident members
bo urged to Join heartily with the
afllllated members in their work of
14. That f)60 copies of a concise re
port of the 10th annual convention
be printed and sent out by the state
15. Ttiat the following named per
sons'bo elected to servo on the state
committee for tbo respective terms:
FOR THREE YEARS.
. Miss Martha Plerco. Lincoln; Miss
Clark. State University; Mrs. T. M.
Hodgman, Stato University; Miss
Clark, Peru; Miss Urldges. Peru;
Miss Anna McCrasky, Tecumseh.
for two Years.
Miss Mollnoa Stuart, Lincoln; Em
ma Rorer, Crete. (Flvo hold over.)
FOR ONE YEAR.
(Three hold over.) Secretary of
University Association; Miss Lena
Scholi, York: Miss Schollonoarger,
Franklin: Miss Clara M. Day, Wes
f. If you have anything to propuso
that has been omitted by tho com
mittee, have it brought up at the
(j How many .National calonaaTsr
will your association take? Price of
calendar 15 cents. For notice ofTts
WILL PLAY SATURDAY
contents see page 3, of Sept. Evangel.
7. Speakers who will bo prosont tu
carry out program:
Mrs. O. M. Easterdav, Miss Agnes
G. Hill, National Soc'v or India;
Miss Mary Dunn. City Seo'y of Amer
ican Com.; Miss Margaret Kyle,
"General bccy-of- bincoloclty Asso
ciation, and tho following members
of State committee: Mrs. F.M. Hall,
Stato Chairman; Mrs. F. M. Spald
ing. Treasuror and Miss Jrlartba
THE KIOTE MAY BE RENEWED.
It is possl bio "that tho publication
of tho Kioto will bo resumed. When
It was learned last spring that
Schuyler Miller would not bo in Lln-
icoln this year, Mr. Tavlor was en
gaged as ousiness manager of tbo
Kioto. Ho linds hlmscif unaolo to
take charge or this work on account
of his connection with tbo Nebras
kan. Miss Pound, tbo president of
tho English club, has appointed a
committee to report on tho present
status of tho magazine and Its
future prospects, ana If thoir report
Is favorable and a suitable business
manager secured, tho Kioto will ap
Nebraska Girls Will Contest for Bas
ket Ball Honors With Girls
From Missouri. Game
to Be in Lincoln.
Those who stay away from the
foot-ball aamc at Omaha Saturday
will still bavo the opportunity ot
witnessing a Missouri-Nebraska con
test. While the mon are contesting
for supremacy on th3 gridiron, tho
girls' 'varsity basket ball toams of
the slstor state universities will meet
In friendly rivalry for honors on the
basket ball field of the university
armory. It Is felt that this wll bo
an event of distinct Importance, tho
first cenulne Intercollegiate clrls con
test In the west and will mark tbo
bcigning or a nev era in womon's
Ilotween halves or the Missouri-No
braska game, the university second
team and a "rnlxeo'' team, organized
for the occislon, will play a match,
so that most or tho basket ball tal
ent, the romlnlne talent, of tbo Uni
versity will be called Into play during
tho evening. Thoso constituting tbo
'varsity team, last years' champions
of Nebraska? are Misses Miller and
Jansa, forwards. Misses Plllsbury
(captain) and Gertrude Macomber,
centers aqd Misses Sly and SbleldB.
guards. The team is not yet so Bwfft
or so strong aB last year's, havlnc
lost three of its best players, Misses
Taylor. Mlunle Guile, and Emmons,
but does woll considering the few
time It has practiced together, and
may be expected to improve. Too
names of tho players In the othor
match- win be- made known Inter,
Miss Helen Woodsmall of the Omaha
Y. W. C. A. team has been asked to
iefcrco the Missouri-Nebraska contest.
SCHOOL OF MINING AND
AttLho Juno meeting ot tho Reg
onts, ProfossorNicholson was author
ized undor tho titlo of Director Qf
the School of Mining ann Metallurgy,
to bring together Into defined coprses
the work now glvon in tho Univer
sity portlncht to Mining and Metal
lurgy and to arrange for tho enrol
ment of students In sucu school.
A bill has already boon introduced
In Congress providing for tho estab
lishment and maintcnane of schools
of mining and metallurgy in connec
tion with the colleges of ngriculturo
and mechanic art.0.
Proressor Nicholson Is now nt
work preparing courses of study in
accordance with the instructions of
THE ART EXHIIUT.
The Nebraska Art Association
which lidos annual art exhibits in
the studio during the Holidays, on
some weie near that time, will add a
new feature to tbo Exhibition this
vear. Formally the pieces exhibited
bavo been the work of professional
artists only but this year there will
bo, what will b3 called an annex,
which will give rising amateur and
semi professional artists of Nebras
ka a chance to cxhlblto their work.
This will givo tho goneral public an
Idea of what is being dono In the
fields of Art rnthoir own state nnd
Arrnnpnmonts havp been made to
keen a number of tickets for the
NbraskaMissQuri jQGtihail carrjo in
Llncoin for a Ghort time. Reserved
seats may bo procured from Professor
Wyer at tho library until tomorrow
noon. After that tno they will bo
procuraolo only in Omaha. Those
who do not secure tiokcts at once
must run the risk of having.to stand
dull jig the game.
A meeting will bo hold in oiiaool
this morning at which the situation
regarding rates will bo definitely ex
plained. A count will also be taken
of thoso who expect tb go to 'Omaha
As the time for tho game draws
near interest in tho contest increases.
Tbo oxcellont showing made by
Missouri against, Ottawa, Kas., ,iu
proof that she will nut up a good
gamo Saturday. Tho tigors tied
Ottawa by a score of 0 to 0. Not
very long beforo tbo Ottawas de
feated Kansas by a score ofMo to 5.
The Missouri rooters seem to bo en
thusiastic over thoir team and a
largo delegation from Columbia Is
Thoso who go to Omaha and dqsiro
to return in tlmo to see the Missouri
Nebraska girls basket ball gamo in
the ovenlog can do so by leaving Om
aha over tho Rock Aland at 5; 20
arriving in Lincoln at 7:25.
A RARE ROOK.
Tho oldest book In tbo Department
of Botany and perhaps tho oldest in
the University, U one wrltton by
Antonlus PInaeus and printed in
London Ju the. yuar 1310. It is a
description or many kinds of plants,
and Is profusely illustrated with
coarse wood cuts. It was purchased
.forlho PcparJ,mcnt sonio years ago
and Is very carefully pre tic ted
against rough usago and is 0110 of the
E. FL Turner '09 died Sunday ovon
Ing ul U-Mlft CcdarTTallS, Iowa from
injuries received Saturday while at
work putting In a steel ullage., He
has boon with tho American Dridgo
Company since graduating In 1890,
and has bcon engaged In tho con
struction of stool bridges aud frame
works for building.
team whiio in jBchool, and
was one of tho heaviest and strongost
guards ovor in .the. JanlversltyjacL.
was a powerful athloto.-moasurJng-G
foot 4 inches in height and weighing
220 pounds and had won honors in
sijot put and othor strength tests.
AIIo was familiarly known as
"Shorty" Tumor,' By his many
frlenas in tho Unlvoristy.ffe waa
member of tne Del I an sooloty.
Ills orother L. W. Turnor, who is
attending fehe University left yesfcot
day for his homo.
No further partloulurs of tho ac
cident hare beon received.
Tho following is taken from tho
Dramatic Mirror: "The management
of the Graco HaywarU company has,
been tendered Will Reed .JDunroy .of
tbo Sioux City .Tribune, but ho de
clined it and wil not Join tho com
pany for the present at least." . ,