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Vol. IV, No. J 2
UNIVERSn Y OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, J904.
Price 5 Cents
A QUIET MEETING
Freshman Class Elect? Officers
Meeting In Charge of .fnnlor, Sopho
mores Arc Kxclntleri.
About three hundred Freshmen, to
gether with soveral upper classmen
met in Memorial Hall yesterday morn
ing and succeeded in electing an entire
official slate for thd class of 1908. A
large crowd of about three hundred
Sophomores and other classmen gath
ered outside the hall, seeking admit
tance, but a number of guards sta
tioned at the doors checked off the
Freshmen who presented themselves,
and permitted no one else to enter
without credentials. A repetition of
last Tuesday's violence was threatened
at times, but the crowd dispersed after
a short talk by Chancellor Andrews,
and the Freshmen held their first meet
ing in peace.
As is usually the case with the
Freshman elections, an old Lincoln
high school man, Leonard Darwick,
who ha3 already attracted much at
tention on the football field, was elect
ed. president on the first ballot. Messrs.
Swan, Tlngly and Swensen, who each
conducted an active campaign for tho
office, were alBo nominated, but failed
to show enough supporters to prevent
the election of Mr. Barwlck. The first
ballot resulted: Barwick 129, Swan 57,
Swensen 55. and Tingly 25. Mr. Bar
wick, having a majority of the otes
cast, was declared elected.
The names of several candidates for
the other offices were presented, the
successful ones following: Vice-president,
Miss Hodges; secretary. Byron
Eaton; treasurer, Miss Mossle Kimmel;
sergeant-at-armB, Mr. Leslie Mills. Mr.
Mills was tuo unanimous choice of the
class for his office.
Mr. Lawrence Sidwell, president of
the Junior class, presided as temporary
EXTENDS HELPING HAND.
Kansas Gallantly Comes to Ne
The following graceful announce
ment is taken from the last number
of The Kansan. of Kansas University.'
This .neighborly desire to help the
management of Nebraska's poverty-
stricken football team, will meet the
heartiest commendation of all Ne
braskans: "Under the existing circumstances
the game to be played at Kansas City
on .November 12. between the Haskell
braves and the Cornhuskers will be
the championship game of the season
in the Missouri Valley. Everyone In
-Lawience confidently expects HnskelL
to win and the sympathlesof the uni
versity are with her.
"Arrangements have been made by
Superintendent Penlrs and M. N. Mc
Naughton to run an excursion to Kan
sas City on tho day of tho game. The
train will leave Lawrence at 12:30 and
return about 9:30 that evening. A
round trip fare of $1.00 has been se
cured providing 200 persons will go,
"As It Is necessary at once to know
If the requisite number of tickets can
be sold, all students deBlrous of seeing
th,e Nebraska team humiliated, will
leave their names at The Kansan desk,
at the check stand, or see M. N. Mc-
FranUe E. Lee. Public Stenographer
and Notary. Mlmeographlc' letters:
perfect imitation. 501-502 Richards
Blk. -Auto 1155.
The No-Meat Place. Good Health
New Members Are Elected for
the Ensuing Year.
The stockholders of tho Hesperian
Publishing company met yesterday
morning in the offices of the Dally
Nebraskan. The following stockhold
eis were present: M. M. Fogg, O. V.
P. Stout, G. A. Loveland, Roy Pierce,
A. G. Schrelber, Mason Wheeler and
E. R. Walton.
The following proxies were held: By
Mr. Schrelber, I. S. Cutler (25 shares),
W. S. Heitzman (25 shares), George
Towne (25 shares).
By Mr. J. C. Stephens, C. R. Rich
ards (1 share). - --
Professor M. M. Fogg was chosen
temporary chairman, A. G. Schrelber
The business before the meeting was
the election of directors for the en
suing year. Prof. J. I. Wyer. jr.. Prof.
C. R. Richards were elected unani
mously as faculty members, and Mr.
H. P. Leavltt of Omaha, alumni mem
ber. John Westover and E. R. Walton
were elected student members
The members of the board lastyear
were: Dr. Ward, Professor Wyer, Mr.
Iealtt. A. K. Barnes and Dwlght
Pierce. New members are chosen at
the beginning of each year, two from
the faculty, one from the alumni and
two from the student body.
Two university posters of unusual
merit have appeared on the bulletin
boards, announcing the Sophomore
hop. They are by Miss Mabel Williams
and Miss Flossie Erford, and have at
tracted much attention. Both are very
handsome and should prove effective
Uniforms, chevrons and .other equip
ment should be ordered at once in
order to be ready by tho last of the
month. See our samples. Palne's
Tho School of Music Cafe serves
a splendid- meal at very modorate
prices. Join lhe university patrons In
W. R. Calvert of the 'l I .class has
gono to Youngstown. Ohio, .where he
has secured work; In an Iron works as
Loming's Dairy for
Milk and Confectionary.
Fleming. 1211 O St., is showing a
nice line of jewelry.
Meals served In 3
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
. $5.00 for $4.00. Good Health Cafe.
Meals or Lunch. Good Health Cafe.
Eddie Walt's Orchestra J
PERSUINGS ST ART DRILL
Officers for Crack Military Com
pany Are Chosen.
The Pershing Rifle Corps met for
Lhe first time this year in S. 102 last
evening, and elected tho following of
ficers: President, Don Skeen; vice
president, Loster Syford; eocretary and
treasurer, Anton Lo'tt; captain, L. P.
Hewett; first lioutenant, L. A. Shel
don; second lieutenant, W. C. Ramsey;
first sergeant, James McGeachin; sec
ond sergeant, Clyde Wilson; third
sergeant, Fletcher Lane; fourth ser
geant. Frank Palen; fifth sergeant,
Big Nebraska Guard Now on the
Road to Recovery.
A telegram received from Richardson
last night stated that the Nebraska
guard had fully recovered conscious
ness. Just when he will return Is not
yet known. Mills' right arm Is In
pretty bad shape, but Is Improving.
He will be In the game agnln In a
clay or two.
Barta and Barwick were added to
the list of men at the training table
last night, making fourteen men there
Benedict. Mills, C. Mason. G. Mason,
Bender, Borg, Eager, Fenlon, Speer,
Burns, Robbertson and Cotton.
A round trip rate of $1.10 has been
made to Omaha Saturday . for the
Crelghton game. If 200 can be secured
to take advantage of it All roads
have made the rate, but It Is not
know yet what road will be tho "of
ficial carrier "
About twenty men were out for bas
ketball practice last night, and some
excellent material Is In evidence. Sev
eral old men were back and a number
of fast men from the Freshman clasp,
appeared. A good, swift practice was
held. Basketball practice will occur
tomorrow Afternoon at 4 o'clock, when
everybody will be given a try. Ft s-
hoped all candidates will bo on hand.
Journal, news route, double route a
good Investment for two otudents, as
It requires two carriers, and will about
pay tho living expenses of two stu
dents. Has about 330 subs now; has
teen over bG5.
It is an inside route and a short
one. Price reasonable. Soo Adolph
S. Herman, 1532 O St.
109 N. 11 Street.
1144 O Street.
About fifteen men turned out Satur
day afternoon to take part In the
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladles. 1018 0 street.
Plans Adopted for Big: Attraction
on October 20th.
rrofeMot Wilt I'rovlilo Kiitcrtiilnmont
for College Hell lonient.
Tho board of management for the
World's Greatest Combined Faculty
Shows, to say nothing of tho magnifi
cent Consolidated Hippodrome and
Menagerie, has completed arrange
ments for tho big show. Tho menag
erie will contain many wild beaBts of
great ferocity, captured at onormous
sacrifice of human life In tho wilds of
Arrlca. Many of the faculty members
will display In open cages tho won
dqrful power of human intollect and
will over the fiercest monstors of tho
jungle, and Professor Lucky, exper
ienced by years of research In child
study, will fondle theso terrible crea
tures as a mother would hor baby.
The great hippodrome and horao
show will bo In charge of Professor
Taylor and Colonel C. J. Bills. It will
contain many horsemen and horse
women of International renown, who
have performed beforo all the crowned
heads of Europe. Their first and final
appearance before tho people of Lin
coln will create one of tho sensations
of tho ago. A broncho-busting ex
hibition, and a parade of thoroughbred
steeds from tho Mammoth Horse Im
porting company's farms, near Lin
coln, will also attract much attention.
The progrnm will be completed by
a number of stupenduous athletic con
tests, under tho direction of Professor
Clapp. Among other attractions, too
many to enumerate, will be a faculty
football game, a slow walking race,
a tug-of-war. etc., etc.
Each feature of tho program will b
accompanied by music from a euperh
faculty band, composed of one hundred
and ten pieces. An Indiana war dance
by one of the fraternities is also one
of the features under contemplation.
Ladles are requested to remove all
head-gear, hereafter. In Professor
Caldwell's American History classes. If
this rule were observed In other large
university classes thero would be less
elasticity between tho head and shoul
ders exerted on tho part of the one
behind. In order to bop the profeFsor
at tho desk.
J. W. Crabtrce, formerly state In
spector of schools, now president of
the Peru State Normal, was transact
ing business at the university Mori
day. The -Union Dobatlng society will
meet for thq purpose of reorganization
and election of officers, Saturday ovon
Ing, October 35, In Union Hall.
C. W. Devorak, a Sophomore In the
englneerlng department last year. Is
now at Chicago University taking
work in civil engineering.
T. H. Halstead, a"h old time student
who has boon studying for tho past
two years at Oberltn . University, Is
back at Nebraska this year.
C. G. Hrubesky, a prominent mem
ber of last year's Sophomore class, is
surveying for tho Burlington In Colo
rado. F. T. Vasey. '04, now assistant prin
cipal of the Pawnee high schoolwas
on the campus Saturday.
C. A. Exby. 04. Is at Chicago Uni
versity this year, taking work In the
department of theology.
Rent a Remington at student rate
and keep your notes In good form.
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