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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1904)
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VOL. m. NO. J33.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1904.
PRICE 3 CENTS
Comment on the Girls' Contest.
To Meet Missouri Next Year.
The success of the basket ball meet
with Minnesota is still the subject of
a good deal of comment. So large n
crowd was present that not only was
the great expense of bringing the team
to Lincoln covered, but a good amount
was ekared over and above. The best
culture of Lincoln and of the Univer
sity was, as usual, at the girls' Inter
collegiate matches, represented nmont;
The girls of the Minnesota team wtie
great favorites during their stay, and
not a little regret was expressed when
thoy departed. They seemed not nt all
tri'mlnd their dMeat. but thoroughly
enjoyed themselves. Saturday, at thr
various functions in their honor.
The Ecoror reported some '-hanges
from the account of the game published
in the Saturday papers. Of the 18
points scored by Minnesota, Miss Van
Bergen scored two goals Irom the field,
and Miss Coy one. Instead of the two
with which she was credited. Nine
points (out of twelve chances) were
scored by Mies Cox from the foul line.
The remaining 3 points were awarded
as penalties. For Nebraska Miss Sott
threw two goals from the field, instead
of one, Miss Shinbur two on fouls, and
(something like a dozen or so wove
thrown from the field by Miss Janwi.
The Minnesota girls found themselves
unable to work the beautiful team plav
which was a feature of the other game,
owinsr to the activity and energy of
taeir opponents. On the other hand
the swift high passing of the Ne
braska team seemed more than they
All In all the Intercourse between
the teams, brought on by the matches,
was very pleasant. Many are looking
forward to a repetition of the meet
another year. A trip by Nebraska to
Missouri next season Is already deter
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The big track mett with the Lincoln
High School, which was to have been
held yesterday afternoon at the F. &
M. park, will be held tomorrow after
noon at 3:11). It is expected that much
better uork will be done in this meet
than in the preliminaries last week, if
the weather is good. Ben edict and
State are both back and training
"From ail indications the interchips
meet next Saturday will be quite ex
citing. Students who have not been
stars In track work in thj past should
not be afralcLio get out as they have
a fair show and enn get Into the final
heats If they have any ability at all,
The Athletic Board meets Wednes
day morning at Chapel time.
Mr. Lane, the gymnasium assistant,
will have an operation performed this
morning for appendicitis. He has been
troubled with this for somo time and
every one hopes this will cure him permanently.
A tennis meet between Minnesota
and Nebraska will bo held on the cam
pus May 19 and 20. This is the result
arrived at by E. P. Tyner and Manager
Deering of the Minnesota team, (hir
ing the stay of the latter In Lincoln,
as the manager of the Minnesota
girls' basketball team. Minnesota will
send two men to Lincoln to compete
with, the local champioafe and a pre
liminary contest to select the men who
win represent Nebraska has already
been scheduled for May 1 and 2. The
men who will met Iowa at Iowa City
on the 13th and 14th of 'next month
will also be chosen at that time.
f Chancellor Andrews to Preside
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No games have been played by the
baseball team during its presnt trip
The games- with Highland Park last
Saturday1 and Grinnell yesterday were
both cancelled on account of rain.
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FOR THE DEBATE.
Preparations Being Perfected for
Contest Friday Night.-
Arrangements for the great debat
Friday aie being rapidly completed.
'I hr prospects for a good crowd are
Indeed encouraging. The Palladian so
ciety has applied for a block of fifty
seats, o,nd applications have also come
from the faculty of the high school
and the Academy. The process of choos
ing the third judge is now going on.
and it is expected that a conclusion
v.ill soon be arrived at. The work of
Fcletting the- judges for the Wohhini;
ton debate bos commenced. This de
bate will be held In St. Louis Maj 13.
The lint of judges submitted by Chali
celloi Strong of Kansas has arrivfd,
after a considerable delay in transmis
sion. It contains the names oi two
prominent Lincoln citizens.
A practice debate was held in Memo
rial hall yesterday evening, and madia
the finishing touches that aiv now be
ing put on. The contest Friday night
will be the sixth in order since Ne
hiutka has risen to prominence as n
lender in debate in the west. In 1902
time victories were gain be unani
mous decisions, and in 1902 two more
were added to the list. Inside informa
tion conveys to us the impression that
the debate Friday night will be spec
tacular. The pictures of the Kansas team
will be put on the bulletin board to
day. The originals will probably ap
pear in chapel Friday morning, and
make a short address at the end of the
musical program. The Kansas men
ere expected to arrive Tlimsday nft r
noon or evening.
Regarding the Freshman Party.
The Freshman paity will be held at
Walsh hall. May 12. This change in
date and place Is necessary slno
WnMi Hall Is. better qualified for the
production of our play. "The Obstinate
Family," which will be given incident
to the party.
The privilege of having a Freshman
paity haj always been conceded to
Freshmen. We belleve'therefore that
we havenot displeased the upperelass
men in this matter and so extend thm
a coidlal Invitation. Yours- very truly.
W. E. STANDEVEN.
Sam's Cafe. The only place In the
city to get tho famous. "Little Qem
Hot Wafflea." Special service for la
Don Cameron's lunch counter tot
C. II. Frey for choice cut flowers,
1133 O Street.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
The Y. W. C. A. was exceedingly
fortunate in having for their speaker
Sunday Rev. Clyde CIsscll. pastor of
Hanscom Park M. E. church at Omaha.
Thou, therefore, endure hardness as
a good soldier of Jesus Christ. For
unto jou it is- given in the behalf ot
Christ, not only to ImjIIovc on Him but
also to suffer for Ills sake.
Gleanings from this address were:
Character Is not formed in a lini
ment, but as the (oral ret I is made
-of many minute particles, piled, one
above another, day by day, and be
coming at lat; a haven for ships on
the great ocean. So in our lives the
well doing of the littl.'. obheure. unim
portant tasks (though in ('rod's sight
there are no small tasks) day by day.
build a character that will be a bless
in gto us and others.
I)r Swe-aringen will addrihs the
personal workers' lass from fi to G
p. m. Tuesday at room U. !();.
Saturday in response to Mrs. Hodg
man's kind invitation eleven of the
cabinet members met the advisory
board at her home. The retiring offi
cers gae their reports and the new
ones tholr policies for the coming year,
which were approved by the board. Re
freshments were served and all re
port a pleasant afternoon.
A summary of the year's work will
shortly appear in The Nebraskan.
WANTED A place where a gradu
ate of the Pawnee High school can
work this summer to earn money
enough to enter the University next
fall anil work her way through
A Graduating Recital.
Tomorrow evening Miss Winifred
Howell will render the following
graduating recital In Memorial hall:
Tocata and Fugue, D minor, Bach
Brassln. Variations on Hungarian Theme, Op.
Nocturne, B minor; Balakirew.'
Air de Ballet (Alceste); Glu.k-St.
Etude, F minor, Op. 10; Chopin.
Etude. (WeiiiI a Bird); Henselt.
Etude, G fiat, Op. 25; Chopin.
Scherzo, B flat minor. Op. 31; Chopin
Concerto, G major. No. 4 Allegro
Mode ra to, Andante Con Moto, Rondo
(Vivace); Beethoven. Orchestral parts
on second piano.
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1020 O St.
Loming's, Ice cream and candy: 11th
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Revised List of Requirements for
P. B. K. Eligibility.
It having been found- that the state
ment of the new requirements for elec
tion to Phi Beta Kappa published lu
The Nebraskan last Friday Is open to
misinterpretation, tho following state
ment or the requirements has been
furnished us for publication. All stu
dents Interested in tho matter art
therefore requested to take notice or
the following and to govern themselves
The required subjects are arranged
in three- main groups, with three Bub
groups in each group, an followe:
J ITERARY AND LINGUISTIC
1. English and English Literature (In
cluding Anglo-Saxon), 10 hours
2. Modern I angnage and Philology
(Including Gothic). 10 hours.
3. Ancient Language: Ijitin. GrpL
and Sanskrit, 10 hours.
Excluding courses In Greek or Ro
man History. Art or Uterature. in
which English texts or translations arc
made the basis of instruction.
HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL
4. History, American and European,
r. Philosophy and Psychology. 10
(). Political Economy and Sociology,
7. Exact Science: Mathematics. 10
8. Physical Sciences: Physics, Chem
istry. Astronomy; excluding
courses without laboratory work,
!). Natural Sciences: Botany, Zoolo
gy.. Geology; excluding course-
without laboratory work. 10
Members of the class of 1905, In or
der to be eligible for election of Phi
Beta Kappa, must have taken:
1. At least ten (10 hours of work in at
least ope (1) sub-group in each of
the three main groups.
2. In addition, at least ten (10) hounj
,of work in at least two (2) of the
remaining six (G) sub-groups contained
lu the list of required subjects.
Members of tho class of 1906 and
subsequent classes. In order to be eligi
ble to Phi Beta Kappa, must have
1. At least ten (10) hours of work in
at least one (1) sub-group in each
of the three main groups.
2. In addition, at least ten (10) hours
of work In each of at least threi
(3) of the remaining six (6) sub
groups contained In the list of re
In accordance with an established
rule of the chapter, only those Senlore
are eligible who have had at least
seventy-five hours of college work in
tho University of Nebraska. Election
is not. as is often supposed, based up
on the recommendations of head, pro
fessors' or of the Phi Beta Kappa mem
bers of the faculty. Reports of actual
grades are received from all the mem
bers of the teaching staff, and the
standings aro based upon these alone.
The standing Is figured with reference
to the number of hours, not the num
ber of courses merely, I. e., a five-hour
course Is five times as important for
tho final average as a one-hour course.
From the Senior list as determined by
final averages, the society Is required
to take not less than the highest one
sixth of the entire class. In practice.
Jt has regularly been the case that the
first sixth of the class have a grade
of E, in the present marking system,
From this it is evident that only those
students are likely to be elected that
have received more 7s than G s while
a few M'b or P's are fatal to eVection,
unless offsotb by an otherwise complete
record of E's.
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