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Vol. IV, No. 65
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, JAN. J3, J905.
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GIRLS WILL FLAY
The Co-Eds Will Take Basket
Pershing Rifled Hop
Universities of Mlnnosotn nnd Missouri
to bo Vlsltoil.
A greater opportunity than over will
be given this year for Nebraska girls
to show tholr prowess at basketball.
Two trips havo beon arranged and only
the definite setting of the time Is left.
The first trip will be to Minneapolis
where the girls team of the University
of Minnesota will bo played, and then
Minnesota will bo brought to Lincoln
for a return game. It Is hoped to got
these games played earlier than last
year, about the first of March, If possi
ble Last year each-team won on tholr
own basketball court. The socro at
Minnesota last year was 30-22, in their
favor, but the Minnesota girls were
outDlavod the second half when our
Btage fright had worn off. The Minne
sota girls, wlion they appeared hero on
our floor were defeated 30-18, so the
odds are slightly In our favor this year,
If comparative scores count for any
thing. Following tho games with Min
nesota a trip will bo taken to Colum
bia, Mo., where the girls of the Unl
vernlty of Missouri will be played.
ThlB is tho first trip to Missouri, and
tho strength of tho girls south of us
is not known. An effort will bo made
to bring Missouri hero for a return
game, but it is not known, as yet,
whether or not such an effort will be
Preceedlng these 'varBity games the
lnter-class tonrnamenl for tho cham
pionship pennant will bo held about tho
first of February, probably Just after
examinations. Tho different class
teams are hard at work developing
teams to uphold their class honor. Tho
Junior girls, tho present holdors of tho
inter-class girls' championship, aro de
termined to keep tho pennant for
another year, and tho other class teams
are equally determined that tholr own
team shall win. This tournament has
always been a great drawing card, and
tho interest In It this year has not
abated In the least. Just when this
tournament will bo hold has not been
Lincoln Hotel, January J 3
EDDIE WALT'S ORCHESTRA
They Appoint Committees and
General Z. T. Sweeney, formerly min
ister to Turkey, will address tho men's
meeting at tho Oliver next Sunday at
4 p. m. General Sweeney i& ono of tho
most eminent lecturers in tho country.
Ho Is also an author of some note. Ho
addressed the men's mooting two years
ago in this city. The Oliver was
crowded to overflowing. The masterly
way in which he treated his subject
kept the closest attention of his audi
tors from beginning to end. His wit
and humor, aptly interspersed through
out took away the dryness which some
times characterizes tho treatment
which lecturers give abstract subjects.
Whenever J3en. Swoonoy lectures on an
abstract subject ho treats it in a con
Tho subject of the address for Sun
day will bo "Tho Power of tho Gospel."
Tho Dunbar male quartet will render
several selections. Admission Ir Tree.
Doors open promptly at 3:30 p. m.
8:15 Friday, Jan. 13.
Piano solo Miss Essed
Reading Mr. Wallace
Vocal solo Miss Pepoon
"Tho Western Judge"
Mr. J. W. Thomas
Reading Miss Barton
Vocal boIo Mr. Wroughton
M. R. WAUGHTBRS.
Oyster Btew 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
The mass meeting in U 207 yester
day"morrilng to consider tho possibil
ity of inducing Dr. Pound to revoke
his resignation recently handed to the
authorities was largely attended by tho
lawyers. In fact almost every legal
student In the University and besides
several who aro not in the law depart
ment wore on hand with ready words
of commendation and applause for any
mention of tho Dean's name.
Tho meeting was called to order by
S. E. Black, who stated the purpose of
tho meeting and called for tho opinion
of the general assembly. Tho call was
responded to by some stirring speeches
from Messrs. Inyart, O'Gara, Richards
Tho sentiment of those who wore
present seemed to be very strong In re
gret that Dean Pound had decided to
leave tho law school and It was sug
gested by some that resolutions be
drawn up commending his past work
and urging upon him to remain in the
institution. This was objected to, how
ever, because it in effect, was interfer
ing with tho decisions or rather the
business of Dr. Pound.
After debating these opinions for
some time It was decided that the best
thing for the body to do -was to pass
resolutions commending tho Dean fori
his valuable services and expressing
regret that he could no longer remain.
A motion to this effect was passed and
a committee to draw up tho resolutions
was appointed by tho acting chairman
as follows: Mr. Ringer, Mr. Brown,
and Mr. Abbot. Their will be another
mass meeting this morning to consider
the matter further.
Saturday evening of this week the
Art Exhibit will give its closing ses
sion. Despito the loss of the State
Toachers' association, the unusual
shortness of the season and the unfa
vorable weather of this week, all ex
penses were paid last Monday even
ing. All further receipts will go to
wards the purchase of a picture forlhe
permanent collection already so far
advanced. The evening's ontertaln
mont has beon delightfully planned.
Mr. A. L. Blxby, the Journal Philoso
pher, and Mr. Will Maupln, of the Com
moner, will read some of their humor
oub storleB and poems. Short speeches
of felicitation and prophecy will be
given by President F. M. Hall, Profes
sor Lawrence Fossler, Mr. S. L. Gelst
hardt, Professor F. M. Fling, and other
University men. It will bo an even
ing long to be remembered by art lov
ers and doubtless the attendance will
warrant tho unusual program.
He 'Addresses the Students in
Ex-Governor Furnas gave a talk yes
terday morning boforo tho Forestry
club. About forty-fivo students woro
present. Tho ex-Governor has been a
lesident of Nebraska for about fifty
yearB and -was ono of tho first men In
the stato to take an interest In fores
try. He expressed himself as highly
pleased to bo able to speak to young
men who are taking up the work which
he has been studying lor a llfo time.
He gave a short description of the
country in early times, of tho early
impressions, and of the early planting.
The gist of his talk was as follows:
"Fifty years ago the people thought
that tho country beyond tho Missouri
would not be settled for time to come
They ventured across tho river, looked
over the country and- found fertile val
lies and pleasant surroundings, but
considered it to be so far west that no
one would live there and recrossed the
Missouri. At that time trees woro
growing only along the banks of the
rivers. Some people were of the opin
ion that trees could not bo grown any
where else. Others were willing to at
least try tho less promising places.
Their efforts were more or less suc
cessful, and since tho country has be
come settled, so that tho buffalo and
other wild animals have been killed off
and the prairie fires kept out, the nat
ural timber has been spreading out
from the river banks over tho valleys
up on to the higher ground. Trees
may also bo seen now along the smaller
streams and branches.'
After the -ex-Governor had finished
bis talk he was kept busy for some
time answering questions asked by the
Professor Bessey then Introduced tho
members of the club and they en
joyed a chat together.
Convocation period this morning will
bo taken up by Mrs. Raymond at the
pipe organ. She will give tho following
March Milltairo . . . . Gounod
Andante with var Hayden
fr Pedagogical Club.
The University Pedagogical club will
hold Its last regular meeting of the
semester Wednesday evening, Jan. 18,
at 7:30 p. m., room 212 University hall.
The club will be address d by Dr. H. K.
Wolfe,, principal of the Lincoln high
school on high school problems. This
wdll probably be tho last public ap
pearance of Dr. Wolfe before leaving
to accept tho professorship- of philos
ophy and education In the university
of Montana. Tho club extends a cor
dial invitation to members of tho fac
ulty and others Interested In the pro
fessional training of teachers.
Methodists' Fight Was Gamey
but Couldn't Win.
Tho Hocond Toil m Defeats tho Uncoln
Jan. 13. 1905.
Piano solo Miss Julia Williams
Recitation, "Song of the Market Place"
Speech . . . "Impromptu Expostulations"
Mandolin Duet Messrs. Bechtel
Vocal solo Mr. Tulloys
Poster Auction for Temple Fund.
Mr. Jas. Anderson, Auctioneer.
Nobraska dofoated1 Wosloyan last
night by a Bcoro of GO to 17. Tho gamo
was played boforo -the largost crowd
that has over assomblod In tho armory
to witness a basketball gamo with tho
posslblo exception of tho Wisconsin
Nebraska gamo of last year. About
ono hundred and fifty Wosloyan sup
porters accompanied tho team, confi
dent of victory.
From the first until tho last every
thing was In favor of tho 'varsity. Tho
speedy team work of tho 'varsity was
too much for tho visitors, who soomod
to loso thomBolvos In trying to follow
the ball. The stylo of play haB changed
a good deal slnco tho Highland Park
gamo. Tho short pass- being substi
tuted for the long swift ono. Tho gamo
was froo from fumbling and both
teams woro very suro of thoir passes.
Tho showing mado by tho 'varsity
last evening will give hor supporters
oery reason In tho world to predict
for her a Btring of victories next week.
Minnesota will bo fortunate If Bhe wdns
one of tho two games.
Tho second team wns sont In about
tho middle of the second half and suc
ceeded In holding Wosloyan down to
an oven Bcoro. The work of Scrubs
wub exceptionally good owing to the
fact that they had Just como out of tho
first half with tho High School. Tho
work of the guards is especially worthy
of mention as they held tho visitors
down to two field goals. Tho majority
of the opponents' points being mado
from the foul line. Lowell for Wos
loyan scored 13 points for his team
from tho foul lino.
To mention the mon who woro tho
stars 'for tho 'varsity would moan tho
naming of tho entire toam as ovory
man played an excellent gamo. Tho
now mon, Moser, at center, and Bell,
at guard, mado a very good Bhowing.
Moser proved to bo a good goal throw
er. Burruss and Hagonslck camo out
with honors about even In baskot
throwing, and tho team work of these
two men was of a high order. Hoar
at guard played his usual high class
gamo, keeping his man from making
any field goals.
For the visitors Lowell did the best
The lineup was as follows:
Burruss, Krake White
Hagenslck, Mathowson Atwood
Moser, Moyer Lowell
Hoar, Beers Kuns
Bell, Dudkee Smith
Officials Cherrington, referee; Dr.
The Second team defeated tho Lin
coln high school team last night by a
score of 28 to 13. Tho, gamo was fast
and 'both teams displayed good team
sork. Of cqurso tho Second team was
at a disadvantage the second half, hav
ing played for thirty minutes without
any Interval. .The high school took a
brace the second half and held tho No
braska men to a closer game. The
score at the end of the first half was
21 to 6.
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab and bag
gage service, 1125-31 P street. Boll
phone, 550. Auto phone 1550.
Fresh homo-made candles at Max
well's, 1426 O Strand 13th and N 8ts.
Chantn Bros., FlorlBta, 127 So. lfth.
1 For Furs see Steele, 143 8. 12th St.
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