Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1905)
l9sSt ' ? t
J' i , -,TiKi JJZV' " 'Mrs;
-iC -iif HiV. "-"- t'
hi'tr1 i -
--.r i ......
-' Ift&g ' $1
H.v . .-fc Aj w.
o- rvs ;J
Vol. IV, No. 122
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL J2, J905.-
Pricc 5 Centi
" J v" L "". - -
.. .. j. . - ,
r. J' '-' iv v M&. rt -vt v,
1 - -. -- B - fcrf - N. . B
Judges For Iowa Debate Not Yet
Two UiUvcraltUa Uaahli to Agree On
Arrangements are almost completed
for the big debates, which will como
off next Friday and Tuesday evenings.
One Important matter, however, still
remains suspended In mid-air the
question of Judges. The Judges for the
Washington debate have been selected
but an unusual amount of trouble is
l)elng experienced In the selection for
the Iowa contest. Several letters con
taining nominations for Judges have
passed between the two Universities,
but so far tho debating boards have
been unable to agree upon Judges sat
isfactory to both parties. According to
thk compact each university submits
to. the other the names of nine men
qualified to serve as judgts. Out of
these the visiting college Belects one
Judge and the home school two. Iowa
experienced no difficulty in seJecting
an adequate Judge from the list sent
by the Debating Board, but out of the
list sent by Iowa several are, in the
opinion of the Debating Board, totally
disqualified to serve in the capacity of
Judge and although two or three gen
tlemen possessed tho necessary quali
fications, these have informed us of
their Inability to serve. Secretary Wal
dron is busy corresponding with Iowa
and It Is hoped that the matter will be
settled before twenty-four hours have
passed. -Only a very short time re
mains before tho date set for the de
bate and some apprehension exists that
the final selection of judges may de
hy or even cause the debate to be
called off. However, a majority of
those In a position to know the cir
cumstances have little fear that tho
tiouble will not settled In due time.
"Arrangements for music for both
debates have been concluded. One of
the Glee Club quartets will 6ing at
the Iowa debate, Friday evening, and
the University Cadet Band will fur
nish music for the Washington de
bate Tuesday evening. The presiding
officers haYo not yet been decided
upon. William J. Bryan has been
Invited to preside at one debate, -but
will be unable to accept, having an
engagement out of the city-on both
evenings. Senator E. J. Burkett will
possibly preside at one. debate.
Tickets for the debates went on sale
yesterday and) may be procured! from
any member of the debating associa
tion, or at the Co-op. and Harry Por
ter's where they are on sale. Both
debates, coming within such a short
interval between, a new plan of sell
ing one ticket to both contests has
been followed. The price of tlckots
which admit to both debates Is fifty
cents. rTo those desiring to attend one
debate, single tickets will bo sold at
The Nebraska Entomological Society
will meet in the Entomology Labora
tory this evening at 7:30. Papers will
be radi on subjects of Interest to the
entomologist and every one Interested
in the subject Is invited to attend the
Company B fiop...
-- ss -f
Phi Psi Wins.
Won. Lost. P.O.
Sigma Alpha EpsUon...l 0 1000
8igma Chi 1 0 1000
Beta Theta PI 1 o 1000
Delta Tau Delta 1 0 1000
Alpha Tau Omega 1 l 500
Phi Kappa Psi 1 1 600
Kappa Sigma 0 2 0000
Delta Upsi Ion 0 2 0000
Another bottle of Fraternity spirit
was opened on the athletic field yester
day afternoon when the Phi Psl's and
the Delta Us crossed bats. The Phi
Psl's .split almost halfof It when "Cap
tain Bill" RamBey limped over the
first score of the game. The remain
ing enthusiasm sizzled and bubbled,
like a well shaken bottle of pop, and
roachel the "boiling over" point sev
eral times later In the game. "Pat"
Day, left field for Deta U's caused a
flurry several times by making sen
sational catches, but with all their ef
forts the Delta's weie not able to run
In more than one run and left the
field with a score or 5 to 1 In favor of
the Phi Psl's.
Plans are already well under way
for an elaborate Commencement Week
Conert. The oratorio of "Elijah"
will be given by the University Chorus
under the direction of Mrs. Raymond.
The chorus will be assisted by excellent
sololsts. The baritone sololBt Is a
singer of much renown, of New York
City, and the others are equally good.
A fine string orchestra will be secured
to render the orchestral parts of the
production, greater attention Is being
given to this feature of Commence
ment Week than ever before.
The class teams are evidently play
ing baseball this year, If the records
made by the Freshmen and Sopho
more teams yesterday count for any
thing. The Freshmen walked all Tver
Wesleyan to the tune of 15 to 4, while
the Sophomores held Cotner University
team downto a 1 to 0 score. Both
these games were seven innings.
Get one of the famous "Koppa Cap"
dodgers at the Co-op.
Friday Evening, April 14
" r :." .rr',w
MEMORIAL HALL. BOTH
Of the three hundred and fifty soles
of Senior Annuals which wore neces
sary to get Into clear sailing three
hundred and twenty were made yes
terday, and the Omaha Medics as yet
have not sent in their order. This is
probably the largest sale of one single
day that any University book has ever
made. Today no books will be on
sale on the campus but copies can be
had at either of the book stores. Uus
ally It is necessary to keep books on
sale at different points on the campus
-for-a-week succeeding the apeparance
of the publication. The order from the
Omaha Medics Is expected to more than
make up the needed three hundred and
Co. B. Hop.
The annual Company B hop, the last
but one of the informals on the social
calendar will be held Friday evening
at Fraternity Hall. This, usually one
of the best patronized of University
dances., and the affair this year prom
ises to be as enjoyable as former ones.
Eddie Walt's orchestra will furnish
the music. A program of twenty num
bers will be given, with no extras.
Dancing will begin at 9:30. R. H.
White is chairman and G.vV. Cheney
master of ceremonies. Tickets are one
dollar. The proceeds of the dance are
ta be devoted to the annual banquet
given each spring by Company B.
Drill With Innes.
The Pershing Rifles did Home of their
"drill stunts" at the Innls Band Con
cert last night. The company met at
7:15 and after going through their
regular drill, marched over to the
Auditorium, where they entertained the
audience by a brisk and snappy drill.
The exhibition was very creditable to'
the military work of the University.
The third dormitory party given by
the girls of the University Women's
Building has been announced for Sat
urday, April 29.
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
tvening, Apr. 18
GYM TEAM CHOSEN
Only Two Men to Represent Ne
braska at Chicago.
Orranastlo Maet to G'onaUt of Hron
O. S, Copoland, 07, and B. C. John
son, Law '07, have been chosen to rep
resent tho University of Nebraska at
the Western Intercollegiate Gymnasi
um meet which Is to bo held In tho
Bartlott Gymnasium of the University
of Chicago this coming Saturday, Apt I J
Tho list of events to bo compoted In
aro seven In number, comprising tho
long horse, Bide horso, parallel bars,
horizontal bars.-fiylng rings, tumbling
and club swinging. The winner of first
place in each evcnt receives five points
which count for the team represented
and also' for tho liidlvrdual gymnastic
championship which Is to be awarded
at the ond of the contest. Second place
Is givon three points and the third
one. Fivo men may bo entered from
each college represented, but only
three aro allowed to start in each
event. Nebraska will be somewhat
handicapped' by having only two men
to represent her, as a chance for the
one point in third place is lessoned.
The contestants are to bo judged
upon four points; the aprpoach, tho
mount, tho stunt and tho dismount.
Owing to only a fair attendance and
the heavy advertising necessary tha
proceeds of the gymnastic exhibition
g:ven Friday were sufficient to Bend
only two men to the Chicago meet,
when It bad been planned to send
Johnson and Copoland. leave Friday
night, and from form displayed In the
gym for sometime past are expected to
give a good account of themselves and
make Nebraska's advont into the gym
nastic world as successful as was her
advent Into cross country running.
"Blue Print" OUt.
The Engineering Annual, "The Ne
braska Bluo Print," will be ready for
distribution tomorrow. The demand
for their publication has increased
from year to year as the whole stu
dent body, other colleges, and people
outside, have learned what the nature
of the publication is, and the class.of
work It contains.
The "Bluo Print" for this year
equals in-every way if not surpassing
the previous publications. Several
now features have been introduced.
Tho "Blue Print" board have spared
neither time nor energy to get the
most up-to-date articles and combine
them iqto a book of- the best material.
Most of these articles they -have illus
trated by handsome engravings.
The one feature of the "Blue! Print"
tho Aumnl directory of our Engineer . '
and what they are doing is something
that no Engineering student can Afford
to be without as well as being pf great r
interest to. others, - . -
Senior baseball, men meet on the
athletic field Thursday at Chapel time
to elecfc a captain. 5 , MANAGER.
Brio B. Woodward, If t.bt', .dlseaaea
of ye, ear and throat. 2078-Hlchardg
block. Phone-QC! .,? r '..
Powered by Open ONI