The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 23, 1902, Page 2, Image 2
TprrtTF'V. "; $ 4, P"" (! v ' ,. ' r THE DAILY HTCBRAflKAM. s Ri Tie Dally Nebraskan A Newspaper devoted to the IntoresU or tin University of Nebraska, A CONSOLIDATION OF The lieiporlnn. Vol. XXX The Nobrosknn. Vol. XI Tho BcArlet & Cream. Vol. Ill nterllnr H. McCatr. it. w. unroor, Chan . I. Taylor, I Cling. K. Weill. K T. 11 Ul. ManARtriK Editor Kiiltor-fn-Clurf Btulnots Mannpers Asilitant Kdltor ABHOOUTB EDITORK V. C. Datle, It. A. MqNown. If. O. NeUon Wm. Case. Dan Outlobcn. Entered at the poit office at Llucoln. Nob as Second CUaia Mall Matter. TELEPHONE W. The univorBlty band on dross parade hftB been the Hubject of considerable comment. The concerts which have l)een given at convocation have always been well received, yet the music fur uished by the band on dreHH parade Ih not deserving of the 'same pralHe. and it Ib Bafo to Hay that it compares very unfavorably with former bands. The only plausible excuse for this Hee.mB to lie ih the fact that an undue amount of attention is given to eon (crt music with an absolute indiffer ences to marches, which should bo the chief music of a military band Buch as this should be. Though concort music may appeal to the greater part of tho student body let the band be able to do that which is expected of It before It taken up concert work. A very small but delighted audience listened to President Droppora of tho University of South Dakota ob he spoke on Monday evening at tho Uni versity on tho Bubject of Missionary and Educational work In Japan. President Droppers' close association with the field In question, and hlB con tact with the people of Japan during the time of hlB identification with one of her most prominent educational cen ters, makes him a particularly Interest ing Bpeaker on tho subject. He pleased his audience particularly with hlB de scriptions of tho life of Japan; of tho wonderful possibilities and of what has already come to that progressive country. SENIORS DELIBERATE. Tho seniors held an enthusiastic meeting yesterday afternoon. A num ber of Important questions relative to class events at the close of tho year were discussed and from the interest shown it Is very probable that a marked advance will be made upon former class events. Chairman O'Gara of the Ivy day committee reported that various plans were being considered to make this event of a kind that will oxcell any thing heretofore attempted. The time has not yet been definitely arranged, yet it is expected that it will take place in the latter part of May. It is very probable that a part of the day will be set aBlde in order to give the seniors aft that they may want in tho matter of tlmo. Chairman Clinton of the class dinner committee gavo tho cheering nowB that arrangements for the dinner wero being concluded and that from present indications It promised to be one of the most successful Innovations which the clasB haw over made. The dinner will be given at the Llndell some time during examination week A number of invited guests will be present. A liflt of toasts is now being prepared. Manager Teach of the basketball team made his final report. Strange to soy, the team closed the season with a surplus rather than a deficit In tho treasury. A number of other reports were made showing that the clasB is ery busy preparing for the last month in the university. A number of suggestions were made as to the best way In which to leave a fitting memorial. That a bust of Mc Klnley placed In the library would be the most fitting tribute that the class could leave was very eloquently set forth by one member. Others believed that the class should in some way show Us appreciation of the services of Miss Smith as registrar. It was finally de cided to place an oil painting of her in the library building. Provision at this meeting was also made for the customary class tax to defray the expense of this and similar undertakings of tho class. NO CAME WITH IOWA. Negotiations between Iowa and Ne braska for a football game next fall have been declared off. At a meeting between Managers Engle and Me Cutcheon In Omaha some time ago the former mado a proposition which was presented to tho Iowa athletic board. At its last meeting tho board passed upon It and decided not to accept the proposition. Tho proposition made by Manager Engle was for a game at Iowa City on November 15, the date on which the Knox game is scheduled to be played. According to the terms offered, Iowa was to pay whatever expenses might be Incurred from Nebraska's failure to keep the date with Knox. This Item was incorporated in the proposition be cause this date had been offered Iowa before it had been filled and Iowa re fused It. Later when tho Hawkeyes showed symptoms of wanting a game, it was decided to allow the date to be changed provided they paid the ex pense of making the cnange. Students will be grieved to learn of the death at Creede, Col., last Sunday of Frank Shimer father of C. E. Shimer of tho baseball team. The death 1b supposed to have been due to heart failure. Mr. Shimer on his visit to the university last fall impressed all who met him as being a man of great re finement and the students therefore ex tend to the son their deepest sympathy. It Is very probablo that C. E. Shimer will not return to school again this year. Sidles' SportiiHj Goods flodse Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work ,3o4 o St., Phone f 1038 SIDLES CYCLE CO. YOURE-NOT-NEXT If yon will look into the history of bicycle selling during the past three ears you will see the justice of this observation. The enor mous increase in the sale of Recycles every year in thiscity proves that the bicycle is no longer "in it" as a competitor. The reason why the Racycle has proved so popular is because it's built right. The pull of the chain and sprocket is between the bearings. We have a full s'.ock of 1902 Racycles. Several improvements. See us at once. GIRARD CYCLE CO., Phone 908 10( O Street WE ARE SHOWING A NEW LINE of Ladies' Colonials in kid, patent kid and colt skin. They are beau ties and wtll fit your purse too. From $2.50 to $4.00. Perkins & Sheldon's, 1129 O STREET. Bicycle Tires Don't that old Bicycle of yours need New Tires? Remember, we are selling them at CUT PRICES On account of our Removal Sale Bicycles and all Sundries at same reduction. SEPAIRING A SPECIALTY 202 S. lltli St.