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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1904)
VOL. IIL NO. 81
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, J904.
PRICE 3 CENTS
THE SOPHS ELECT
W. H. Smith Elected President
After an Exciting Contest
'i !n' irif rest that has attendrd tin- ic
cent Soi.homore presidential campaign
culminated yesterday morning when
tl.- tin1- accomplished the election or
Mr II. Smith on the first ballot.
The M'-i'll ol the conl it was somewhat
of ; i.iihc, as Mr. Hrubesky had
he'ii . i:V. by l.iany as a winner The
uiui.-iia: ii:tfV(S that attended the
meeting was s-hown by the large crowd
of ioil,om( irs who gathered in V 107
to light out the battle for supiemaiy.
and !, i lie hrwling mol) of Fieshmen
ard otiif r urdergraduates who gath
ered out-dde. seeking admittance.
The lr.eeliri, was opened shoitlv af
ter In (. i h i !. by President Mcen who
calld at mce lor nominations for pitt
id( nt Mr. Smith was immediately
placed in nomination by II. It. Hill. Mr
hmbci-kv by L. P. Builta. and "Oy"
Mason h K. C. Hubbard. Mr (' W
Mailiews-cn nad wilhdiawn his Candida-
!i-f ba'.uidaj and his name was
no: oflcied The fhst ballot was as fol
low Sh.it1' 101. Hrubesky 7'J. Mumhi
o Me, Smith, having -a majority of
tl x.ti'B ci.-i, was declared elected
Th'' icmaiude-i of the officers will be.
Ic.ti -I a' .'he i'.e--f meeting of the class,
which has not yet been announced.
President ;nith is new in class poli
ties, this being the first office he has
held , He umes from Tobias. Neb.,
where ho made a good record in the
high school. He is at present a mem
ber of the Polhulian Literary society.
The M'.nou.ucment of the Sombrero
board is the i.( t thing on the program,
and it is awaited v ';! much specula
tion luiu.ng Uuivc t students in gen
eral. English Club Meeting
The Mngllsh dub held an interesting
meeting Svculay evening before a full
attendance. Miss H. Rea Woodman re
viewed exhaust'vely Benjamin Kldd's
"Westerim Civilization," after which
the book and Mies Woodman's review
weie discussed In an interesting fashion
b Miss Clara Koch. Mil T C. Lind
bcrg read some original lyrics, discus
sion of which was lead by Mr. P. Thom
son. A third number was a story of
Viiginia life by Miss Cora Garber, re
viewed in detail with suggestive crit
icism by Miss Adele Lathrop. Comment
and discussion were lively during tjic
whole of the program. The club elect
ed four new members, Miss Josephine
Balsley. and Miss Mabel Hays, who are
giaduate readers in English, Mies Julia
Constancor, '01, and Mr. Paul Ew Ing.
'OH. The meeting was held at the
home of Miss Olivia Pound. The next
program, tpJin given in two weeks,
will he a new members' program. The
club will moet with Miss Alice Townc
and Mlas Hayden. -
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Objrct The object of this associa
tion flial! be the development of Chris
tian character in its members and th
t losocution of active Christian work,
rnuiculuriv anion,; the young women
of this Institution.
riu1 i-oon day prayer meetings for
this week will be in charge of the lol
Tuebday Minnie Gardiv r
Wednesday Laura Whaley
Thuisday Harriet Mitchell
Friday Mabel Stevens
The noon meeting last Fr'day held
in room 10G. and addressed bv Mr.
W. F. Willis, of Omaha, was a suc
cess in every way. The attendance was
all that could be desired. Mr. Willis
talked for only ten minutes, but he
said a piuit dral that was piofltablo
to all I is 1 carers His theme was the
woik and the influence of the college
itii'l.nt.- He laid much stress on the
imporiaiii e of making all that could
lc made of a student's advantages and
o,-,n)i uj'iMies. saying that he had a
"d- al ir.oie lespect for the
wastes pis tnonc.v than for
wastes lip- time."
Miss Florence Hen Oliel, who was
loin nt '( riisalf in. lived there most of
h. r lil i. i I'd td.uat.'d at Oxlord. will
gie a - i t of lecture entertainments
in I niioln m.mi The gr-t ot the so-llc-i
ill i.e h. Id in the chapel. Thurs
day i'k !sth. the second at Grace M.
E chimb on Friday and the t hit d at
St. Paul's on Saturday. Thirty Univer
sity M'idiuth will appear dressed in
Oini.tal (ostunies which 'Miss Hen
uliel brings with her. Tickets for the
scries will be f0 cents. Blngle numbers.
-" 'e'lis. All students should take ad
vantage of thh' opportunity to be eli
te ttained an0iit the same time to learn
iii.inv thingb of the Holy I anel
To those members of (he Y. W. C. .
" bo know of Mis. F. M. Hall's beauti
Itil bonie and have experleneed her eiir
t itaiiiirg charms, it is unnecessary to
(pimn why they should be present at
tie social given at her home, 1"40 D
s'tcet But those who do not know
will do well to set aside that evening
to h.ivi a roal time and get acciuaint
i d with th' 01 new members who have
ben t;ir. into the association since
last Kepi niber.
Tl.i lav of prayer set aside for all
olli";i - wlli be observed at thi- insti
tution next Sunday Tin quiet hour
..i ,( o'i!.(bk in the morning will be
h d I y Paul C'orbin of New York City,
with the Y. W C. A. The Y. M. C. A.
b Pie lessor Stuff. A joint meeting
of the two associations will be held at
:; . in., led by Paul Corbin. There will
be i leiiiy of good music. The vesper
se"iec al 7 p. m. will be held in the
( hnpcl i.ntl conducted by Chancellor
Anelicww. At this meeting also there
wiil lo i pecial music. All theoe meet
ings aio worthy of excellent attend
r.rce. WITHOUT RESULT
Freshmen Meet to Elect, But Not
a Quorum Present
The meeting of the Freshman class
("iter day mor ing. for the purpose of
electing olIlcerH, was obstrueted by
their inability to muster up enough
niembei to (oi.ttitute an electing
The' political ' a was somewhat calm
and i,o indication gave evideme of a
t-toim, but lh" names of a few candi
dates were whippered and had there
been a hundred T.rmbers present no
doi'l.t there would have been rfR-niy in
A motion was mpele by Mr. Voorlues
"Tliflj. we lay abide the rules and e lee-t
w irh sitj-five members present." This
was, of course, rnconstitutlonal An
amenclment to the constitution e hang
M14 the paituilar clause was ejffered
bv "the griiilcmaii. which was, ruled
eut by a point of order from De Young,
staling that the- crust itution implied
that an aniendmcrt to the constitution
ould only ne made in writing and
mil1' be pi (Kiued and read one week
in. v ions to voting iijvk. it.
Tl.e meeliic, was not very exciting,
the po'nt oi' (onij.igration not having
been leached. .but perhapb the elements
will be moi" uneertain at the election
ne.xt Monday morning, if sufficient no
the Is given to the members anel a
more active campaign ensues.
Tl o n-.eeting pdjourned upon the mo
tion rf Mi. Johnson with a happy
greeting to the Juniors, who had lined
up en the msii'e to watch the skill
and slatescraft of the Freshmen.
Box of cigars given away every day
at Powell's Oliver theatre building.
The Whltebreast Co.. at HOG O St
Is the place to buy coal.-
SCHEDULE IS FIXED
List of Games and Dates Com
plete Other Athletic News
Oui foe thai I schedule' loi next em
has been loinpl.oted and Manager Httck
ner c( rtuijpj.jf deserves the credit of
having gYvon to Nebiaskn the best
f ( he(lulf'v we ever play d, Iowa's an
swer at lived J-'i iclny, sdting Novembrr
r as the day for our contest with that
team, and all the other gam. s which
h;ve been hanging the loi tin davn
wen imniediatcly signed For the first
time in our football hintorj we plav
tlM-ti mine's with "Big Nine" teams,
ipd more than this w would not do
ii we were even within the sin reel
conHnos of that esteemed confedt ra
tion. The schedule offers six Lin
coln games, and is as follows-
Sept. 21 Lincoln High School, at
Oct. 1. (iiinnel College, at Lincoln
Oct. S, University Of Coloiado. at
Oct. l.'i. Creighton I'niveisitv. at
Oct. 22. Knox College, at Line oln
Oct 2!. University of Minnesota Ml
Nov. ;, University of Iowa, at Lin
coln. Nov 12, Haskell Indians, at Kansas
Nov. HI. Bellevue College, at Lln
ccln. Nov. 21. Univer-sitj of Illinois, at Lin
coln. Iowa's schedule is practhally the
same a ours, excepting that Chicago
Is substituted for HaBkell. On the
whole, however, it is probably better
arranged, with tho exception of the last
two games. She has a rest of thr?e
weeks before meeting us, while we
play our hardest game a week before.
The last warning is given to intend
ing entries for tho Charter Day events.
All entries must be in Dr. Clapp's
hands before tomorrow evening, and
must contain not only the name of the
contestant, but the events he wishes to
enter, also. The preliminaries will be
held next Saturday afternoon, before
the basket ball game.
This evening at 5 o'clock the long
distance men will take a cross coun
try run. Everj one wishing a little vio
lent exercise preparatory to their an
nual bath may accompany the bunch.
Two exciting gnmes of basket ball
in the armory last evening were wit
nessed by a crowd of eleven persons,
three of whom had paid. The Senior
Academic team were walloped to the
tune of 33 to 1 by the High School
team, and then the Freshman team re-
tiievd University honor by defeating a
rather weak, Y,AL C. A. second teamJiy
tne score of 21) to 13. Tho features of
the game were a sensational goal from
the field by Noyes, aided by an electric
arc light; Walsh's throwing from the
foul line, and tho numerous decisions
of de referee on fine points of the
game. Miller and Lott for the Fresh
men did very good woiV while Flans
burg did some fine work at guard, hold
Schnur to two goals.
Sbniors Forwards, Myerb and Lud
den; center. Noyes; guards, Flansburg
High School Forwards, Raymond
and Schnur; center, Walsh; guards,
Burrus and Bell.
Goals from field Myers 3, Noyes 1,
Tyner 1. Burrus 1, Raymond 3, Schnur
2. Walsh 3.
Goals from four Myers 1, Luddcn 4,
Noyes G, Schnur 1, Walsh 14.
Freshmen Forwards, Swan and Mil
ler; center, Mosher; guards. Hill and
Y. M. C. A. Forwards, Winters and
Andrews; center. Whitman; guards,
Moyr anel Miner.
Goals from field Winters C. Andrews
2. Moyer 1. Swan 2. Miller .'. Moher 2
Goals from foul Wlnieis I villlci .
FRESHMAN HOP FINANCES
Chairman Johnson Submits Re
portAccounts Will Balance
Report ol the Hop Committee ot the
class of 107. University of Nebraska
.Mr President Your committee' ap
pointed, by the class' order Novembi'i
10. I!lti3, to give n Freshman Hop. begs
leave to report.
A Freshman Hop wa- given .lanuaiv
H. lyni. at the Lincoln bote I The total
-xpe rises were $l(i. tmal reci'lpts. $S7
Tlie. .deficit of $!) was made up by the
irftpriejors ol Fraternity Hall, who
through a confusion of date's had rein
eel the hall to the Fteshman class and
arte t winds cancelled the date, compell
ing the Freshman class to give their
Hop at the Lincoln hotel at gre'ater
e xpe use.
The state'inent ot .dpts and ex
penses is as follows:
Lincoln Hotel .$r.ir.iiu
Music. Walt's Orchestra ... 2:!. On
Printing progiams and tickets.
Ivy Press Co In. mi
Dccoiatlons. advertising, door
keeper, other expenses l.'Lm
Total cviensei- $n m
Sale ot tic kets . -.$87.Uil
Deficit ... .$ e, oo
No personal expenses of the officers
or members of the committee are in-
hided in this report.
Besides the 87 paid admissions tliTTT
weie 14 complimentary tickets, given
for advertising and to members of the
e ommittee The total attendanc e at the
Hop wan 101 couples.
. Through a mistake the nam. of Mist
Helen Hendry was left off the list ot
the committee, on the Hop prograrm
The Chairman wishes to express his
thanks to the (ommittee for their as
sistance in giving the Hop: to the
members of the class who helpnd, and
to the other classes of the l'niversit
who supported the Hop bv their at
CLARENCE CJ JOHNSON.
SENIORS CHOOSE OFFICERS
C.T. Borg Elected President by a
The Siniois gathered in I lm;, yes-l.-rday
morning at 10 o'clock, and after
a tpirited contest elected C. T. Borg
president of the das and K. L. Thomas
vjce president. There were fo.ir can
cMdntes for the presidency Messrs.
Boig and Thomas, P. j. Hariison, and
F, F. Myers. The first ballot resulted
in Mr. Borg securing u lead of about
twenty votes, which by the withdrawal
ci Mi. Thomas was Increased to enough
to give him the election on t he-second
ballot. Mr. Thomas was later
elected vice .president. The date of the
next class meet Ing, when the remainder
ot theoflicers will be c Iiom n. w ill be an
The Y. M. C. A. meeting last Sunday
was doubtless the largebt and most en
thuslasth yet held. The attendance was.
swelled by tho number of visiting deh -gates
in attendance upon the state con
vention. Restaurant Unique, 1228 u' St.
Chopin Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13tli.
Chris Bath Parlor, nth and P Sts.
Lincoln Transfer Co. BaKgace
Phone, 17G.42V B
lunch countor for
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