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Vol. IV, No. J 29
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, J905.
Price 5 Cents
Faculty Committee to Look Over
Student Organization Records
Old Hule Adopted by Ucontn to bo
A rule passed by the board of regents
seme time ago, but heretofore not en
forced very rigorously, If at all, Is to
be strictly lived up to from now on.
For sometime there has been a com
mittee composed of faculty members
appointed for the purpose of having
supervision over all non-athletic stu
dent organizations in the University
which have any financial dealings with
the student body. It is the duty of this
committee to audit all accounts of
these organizations, the rule as adopt
ed by the regents stating that no stu
dent who has had such financial deal
ings shall be allowed to graduate un
til such transactions have been check
ed and reported O. K. by the commit
tee on student organizations. Steps
are now being taken looking to the
enforcing of this long neglected rule
The organizations which this com
mittee will be called upon to investi
gate will probably number the Junior
and Senior annual boards, the Drama
tic club, the Students Debating club,
the University Debating association
the University Tennis club, which Is
the only branch of athletics not under
direct control of the University Ath
letic Board, the Daily Nebraskan and
possibly the four academic class treas
urers and the engineering "Blue
The large sums of money handled by
some of these organizations without
any Check save of the organization it
self, and very often without even that
much auditing, the regents decided
ought to have some faculty supervision.
Debating Association Changes.
At a recent meeting of the Debating
association several important changes
were made in the constitution of that
organization. Heretofore the member
ship of the association has been limit
ed to students having entered the pre
liminaries ta the Inter-collegiate de
bates and paid their membership fee
of one dollar. Under such ruling only
a comparatively few students could be
come, members of the association was
not representative of the whole stu
dent body. In view of thia fact the as
sociation adopted a new constitution
at the last meeting which made ellgl
ble to membership all "students who
are members of either of the two open
delating clubs, students who have en
tered the preliminary debates or who
have registered In any' course In ar
gumentation In the university. The
clause requiring the payment of one
.dollar membership fee was also elim
inated. Under the new regulations
membership to the Association Is open
'to ipractlcally everyone who Is Inter
ested In debating work without mem
bership fee. It is practically assured
that the membership list next year, as
a result of the new constitution, will
'lie much larger than in any previous
. ;years and tho debating association will
bo a representative .student organlza-
'. t . .
$1.00 PER PLATE
All Engineering Students are invited.
'Varsity Defeats Bellevue College
in One-sided Contest.
COMMENCEMENT OF AGRIS.
Twenty-four Men Finish Farm
The third annual commencement ex
ercises of the University school of ag
riculture will be given this evening in
Memorial hall Twenty-four men In
the regular three-year course are can
didates for certificates. The com
mencement address will be delivered
by James Chalmers, Ph D., president
of South Dakota agricultural college,
on the "Supreme Personal Force."
The following will be the program of,
Music Piano Solo Tarantelle (Les
cheti.ky Miss Edith Burlingim.
Invocation Re. John Ellery Tuttle,
Music Vocal Duet Spring (lessen)
Mrs C. E. Sandeison, Miss Florence
Commencement Address "The Su
preme Personal Force" James Chal
mers, Ph 1) , president South Dakota
Music Violin Fifth Air Varie
(Dane la) Mr. E E Brodecky.
Presentation of Class.
Presentation of Certificates.
Music Organ Solo Torchlight
March (Guilmant) Dr Guernsey
Benediction Dr. Tuttle
The names of the twenty-four men
who will recehe certificates are as fol
lows: Arthur I awrence Coad
William Glenn Cramer.
Lloyd IvOvern Dickman.
Earl Phillip DHL
William Fuller Downey.
Ernest Blois DuBois
Henry Augustus DuBois.
Charles Edward Gurney.
Earl Russell Harnly.
" -Leonard Smith Herron. f
James William Holub.
Edward Gareth Hubbard.
Edward Lester Jameson.
Charles Basil Lazure.
Erasto Adolphus Marino.
Herbert Ellsworth McCartney.
Daniel Baker McNeel.
Jesse Dowson Newell.
Earl Milton Petty, rew
Fred Adolph Pochon.
Ernest Allen Rug
Ralph Homer Searle.
TRACK MEETING THIS A. M.
Important Business t Come Up
Full Attendance Desired.
A call has been Bent for all track
men to meet In Dr. Clapp's office this
morning at 11 Important business con
nected with the track work Is to be
discussed and no man Interested can
afford to be absent. Plans for the
spring's work will be talked over and
the meets In which Nebraska Is to
participate will be announced. At pres
ent the only dual track meets are with
Colorado In Lincoln, and with the Uni
versity of South Dakota at Vermil
lion, but there Is a possibility of other
meets being scheduled.
While prospects for showing Just
what we can do In really fast com
pany do not seem very flattering with
only these two meets, It is largely up
to tho men themselves as to- whether
or not Nebraska gets to travel In fast
er company. If the Improvement in
the work from now on justifies a team
representing Nebraska will probably
be sent to Chicago on June 3d to par
ticipate in the conference meet, or to
Kansas City the first of June to take
part In a meet held under tho aus
pices of the Kansas City Athletic club.
Probably the Chicago trip will bo made
in preference to the one south.
Plans will bo fufly discussed this
morning and every track man should
be present at the meeting In Dr.
Henry Field I'rovonU Kmt Plnylng Col
ombo Tlil Aftornooii.
The 'Varsity shut Bellevue out yes
terday by a score of 11 to 0 and In
the beginning it looked like a blggor
score, for Nebraska run In five men
before the first Inning was over. Tho
home team lined up as usual until tho
fourth, when Bender put Barta be
hind the bat, Schmidt on first, Morso
In right field and played at short-stop
himself. Dort pitched four Innings and
NilsBon finished the game In tho box.
No sensational plays were made ex
cept a double play by Fenlon, who
caught a short fly and got a runner
The work of the 'Varsity was with
out criticism and especially worthy of
mention. The game was freo from any
eiror, so far as the Nebraska players
were concerned, and If the team plays
the game this afternoon they did yes
terday there will be nothing to tho
score card on the Colorado side. NU
sson and Dort pitched gilt edged ball
and tho way the fellows handled the
wagon-tongue was not poor.
Bellevue, try as she would, was not
able to place a safe one out Into tho
tall grass. It seemed as If tho'VarsIty
players had a way of "buttln " In yes
terday that .proved very disastrous for
Bellevue. But the visitors should bo
commended for their outfield work, aa
well as Roland, who pitched a good
game for them.
Bender's colts certainly looked "chip
per" in their now suits. They frol
ic ked around In such a lively manner
that tho fans held their breath for
fear that some of the players might
cut themselves on the creases In tho
Dr. and Mrs. Benton Dales walked
behind the catcher shortly after tho
game started on their way to tho
grand stand and Mrs. Dales was hit
on tho arm by a passed ball. Tho
accident was not serious and they both
stayed andr watched the game out.
Prof. Smith of the department of ed
ucation gave an address April 21st be
loro tho County Sunday-School associ
ation held at Hickman on the sub
ject of"Pedagogy of tho Gospels Ap
plied to Sunday Schools."
Chanln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Baseball This Afrernoon...
Colorado vs. Nebraska
3 O'clock p. (p. 25c.
Three musicians well known to the
University public, will render the mu
sical program at convocation this
morning. The numbers to be given
are unusually attractive.
Cello a. Waltz Goltermann
b..8ong without words". . .Davldoff
Miss Lillian Elche.
Song Tho Russian Nightingale
MIbb Vera Upton.
Song Cycle Summertime Ronald
Evening. " C
(Cello obllgato, Miss Eicho.)
Mr. Everett B. Carder.
Tuesday evening, May 8, a memorial
In commemoration of the centennial
of the death of Sohiller will tie given
under the auspices qf the German de
partment In Memorial hall. Quite elab
orate preparations are being made for
the occasion. A program will be given
consisting of music and speaking. Se
lections of Schiller's more famous
playa will also be rendered. Upon each
program there wIH-4-n engraving of
the bust of Schiller taken from the
bronze bust in the German recitation
room. The public are cordially invited
to. attend the celebration.
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