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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1903)
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Mannrfhsr Editor C. K. Pkiuumikii
DuMlnreM Mnnnaor .1. K. MonniRON
(Jlrenlntor A. (J. Hmuiciiiicn
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Rocletr Wm. A.Hhork
Athletic A. I. Mvct-H
Litornry John D. tllce
K. V Bc-kir. I.C. Baldwin. J M. Pnul. K A
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Tlio program rendered by tho lady
members of tlio senior cIosh at convo
cation yesterday whh a pleasing and
striking Innovation In tho way of
class functions. Being tho first time
that such an attempt has boon mado
hy any portion of any class collectively,
much curiosity and Interest was mani
fested ns to Its outcome. The measure
of Its success was attested hy the pres
ence of the large, crowd and the marked
approbation with which each part of
the program was received. Tho under
taking wob wholly an experiment, and
Its successful outcome redounds to the
credit of those who arranged It, as well
as of those who participated. By the
success of this attempt on the part of
the senior ladles, the way Is opened
for other classes to follow their ex
ample. Such a precedent Is certainly a
good one. and It Is to be hoped that
it will not be allowed to stand alone
It Is unfortunate that such a dis
agreement should arise as exists be
tween tho Juniors and the freshmen
over the result of Tuesday evening's
basket ball game. Both parties have
valid claims tho freshmen because
the final score wnn In their favor, and
the Juniors because they were ahead
at the time when the last half should
havo closed. Naturally there Is con
siderable feeling on the part of both.
and any decision as to which side is
entitled o the game would be produc
tive of dissatisfaction and disappoint
ment to the losers. Accordingly the
only logical solution of the problem is
to follow out I)r Clapp's suggestion
and play the game over again. This
would be the fairest way to decide as
to the relative merits of the two 'teams
and to settle their respective claims of
The question has been raised as to
why a lunch room should not be pro
vided for the boys in the University.
Many of them who live at a distance
are obliged to bring their lunches with
them each day and are often In
convenienced by lack of a proper" place
to partake of them. Some use the Y.
M. C. A. rooms for this purpose, and
others the steps of the main hall or
library, or other places about the cam
piiB. A lunch room similar to that now
used by the girls would be suitable for
their needs and a great convenience as
Considerable complaint is being
made of tho actions of certain pupils,
who ure accustomed to borrow note
books from the shelves of certain de
1'artments. We do not like to believe
that any students care to pursue such
methods In getting their work done.
If it Isn't as nice a fit as you ever
had you need not take It out that $25
suit. Tho Toggery.
Not Settled Yet.
University athletic circles are still
more or less excited over the en
deavor of the Juniors to wrest the
year'B championship In basket ball
nway from the freshmen. Opinion on
the affair seems to be pretty evenly
divided. Those accustomed to athletic
ways Juptlfy the claim of the Juniors,
asserting that in such a close game
two or three minutes more or Iobb may
decide the whole thing. Others regard
the effort of the Juniors as a little un
sportsmanlike a desire to make use
of mere technicalities to Bave the class
reputation. All appear to agree that a
flftecn-ininuto half was agreed upon,
and that at the end of the fifteen min
utes the juniors were in the lead. No
settlement of the dispute was reached
yesterday, though Interested groups
might be run across in various places,
all vigorously engaged in discussion of
the subject. Tho decision may come
finally through a reference of the whole
affair to the Inter-class athletic board
although there Ir no clause in the in
terclass constitution covering the case
or possibly through the re-playing of
the disputed game. The former method
might. Justly or unjustly, lay the deci
sion open to the charge of being In
fluenced by class jealousies, while the
latter would enable the two classes to
lino up teams with enough changes in
personnel to produce, an altogether
different score than before.
The present disagreement Illustrates
anew a difficulty that will probably be
more or Iork frequently met with until
class athletics are differently managed.
In .Michigan. Lnterelass athletics are
under tho supervision of the regular
collegiate athletic board, and their
rules form a part of the athletic board's
constitution. .f,. such were the case
here, the decision of a question like tho
present one could bo accepted as un
biased. As it Is, the only reasonable
way of settling the dispute now seems
to be the playing of the game over
again a solution which it seems ought
to be agreeable to both the classes in
volved. Convocation Dotes
Program for Today.
University Cadet Band
Euphonium Solo "Loves Old Sweet
March "The Adjutant" Tyrrell
Euphonium Solo "The Palms".. Faure
March "With Iron Hund"
The senior girls program at con
vocation yesterday morning attracted
one of tho largest audiences of the
school year. Religious exercises were
led by Miss Laura Weldy. The piano
solo by Miss Ethel Syford received
marks of high appreciation from the
audience. Miss Bessie Belle Brown
gave a reading from Richard Harding
Davis, "Traver's First Hunt," and in
response to a prolonged encore, ren
dered a second selection, "My Sister's
Best Fellow." Miss May Belle Hage
now closed the program with a violin
gioup which was heartily applauded,
and would have met with an unabated
encore had the bell not already rung
for the close of the hour. All were
pleased with the successful efforts of
the senior girls, and congratulated
them upon securing such an interesting
program for the occasion.
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FRESHMAN baseball candidates will
get out Saturday at 9 a. m.
LOST. A PI Phi pin. Finder pleae
return to Miss Pearl Archibald or leave
at this office.
PALLADIANS The election of offi
oeis for the next term will be held in
Palladian hall Friday morning at 10
o'clock. Samuel Anderson, president.
For Sale. Anyone thinking of buy
ing a wheej this spring will do well to
call on the "Dally." We have several
taken on advertising that will go at
25 per cent discount for cash.
She "Will you play baseball this
'Varsity Second Baseman. "Don't
know. All depends on my condition
next term." Tho Lantern.
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