The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 06, 1905, Image 1

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Vol. V, No. 9
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6t 1905
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ATHLETIC BOARD
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MEET8 AND FILLS VACANCIE8.
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.Meyer, Hoar and Van Burg to Serve
Sanction for Handicap1 Track Meet.
Tho Athletlo Board had a special
meeting in Dr. Clapp's office at' chapel
time yesterday morning, and selected
three studonts to .All tho vacancies
caused by the resignation of Hunter,
Graves and. Hewitt, who were elected
at tho last annual election, but who
are not In school this year. Those
who were selected are Mart Meyer,
J. W. Hoar.and J. L. Van Burgh. Mr.
Meyer and Mr. Van Burgh are mom-
linra nt thn Honlnr Inw P.lnHR. Tho
former Is a member of Beta Thota p
ana t?m ueua rni iraiormuea, uuu mu
lattor of'sigma Chi' and Phi Delta Phi.
Mr. Hoar graduated last year, and is
now a junior law. Ho has been cap
tain of tho basket-ball team and a
member of thq track team. Last year
ho served an unexpired term on tho
Board; Ho belongs to tho , Alpha
Theta Chi and Phi Delta Phi fraterni
ties. Mr. Van Burgh was placed on tho
Building and Grounds committee in
placo of Hunter; Moyer and Hoar took
tho places of Graves and Hewitt on
tho Finance committee.
x Votes for track captain wore opened,
but no one man had a majority, and
consequently t another vole must bo
taken. Tho Board also sanctioned tho
proposed handicap field meet to take
placo In tho near future, and provided
for silver and bronze jmedals to bo
given to tho winners of first and sec-
ond nlaces In each event. Tho, meet
will consist of flold events only, the
track ovonts and weights being omit
ted on account' of tho lato time of year
and tho fact that many of tho strong
men aro playlijg on the football team
and could not compete. Tho ovonts
. will bo; Running high Jump, running
broad jump, arid tho polo vault.
Gymnasium Notes.
Soventy-flvo now steel lockers, with
expanded metal fronts, have been re
ceived, and aro being put In place in
tho locker room. There Is a now lock
on tiieso lockers, which locks In three
directions, un, dowp, and sideways.
With this- addition, -tho whole number
,ofmen "who register for work In tho
ijyinnaslum can ,bo taken caro of. , The
tllsttlbutlon of these lockers Is going
'on this week. j
A largo amount of now apparatus,
annroxlrriatirig flvo hundred dollars in
value, has been ordered by tho depart
ment, and will soon bo Installed. This
will aid greatly lit tho development
of a gymnastic team to send to Chi
cago next spring.
.6, 'Thero will bo a very important meet
'ing of all metijwho aro Interested lit
cross country work In Dr. Clapps
office at 11 6'clock this morning. Tho
purpose of tlio meeting Is to begin
work on tho development of a cham
plon team to run at Chicago Thanksgiving-
morning. ...
All football men who have not been
'examined as yet miist report to -Dr.
. Clafcp as poon as possible. '..
Armstrong's Practical hatters., '
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Music - Chapel - Friday
Miss Charlotte Hullhorst
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Mrs. Decker Addresses Students.
Mrs. Sarah Piatt Docker, president
of tho National Federation of Womdn's
Clubs, addressed a gathering of stu
donts in Momorial Hall yesterday
mornlVic. Arriving lato at tho hall,
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Irs. Decker was compelled to limit
inf tnllr in flftnnn mlnutnfl. SllO BnokO
on tho benefits of a business training
forVwomen and on tho debt of a stu
dento tho .public.
Thollttlo knowledgo of business af
fairs that tho average woman has was
made cloar by several good Illustra
tions of the inability of somo women
of her acnialntanco to tako care of
money sudddnly loft to them. In way
of emphasizing tho necessity of u
business training for women, sbo told
of tho many womon who now aro liv
ing In the business world. She Bald
In Boston womon pay $160,000,000 In
taxes and In Kansas', they pay enough
to support tho publl6. Institutions of
that state. Sho wantsx womon to got
a business education lntho universi
ties. .
A student, Mrs. Decker thlnk3,
should use his education as much as
possible prdoho publico- She alsoi
would like to seoestabllshed In every
university a chair fdrtho "Plain Old
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Convocation.
There 'wlllbp, a song recltalthls
morning by MissCharlotto Hullhorst
Tho program Is as follows:
Fruhllngsglaubq ." Schubert
Dor Asra. . ; Rubinstein
Ich Grollo NIcht Schumann
Thou'rt Like Unto a Flower. Chadwlck
Contrasts
A Story That Is Told. .. .Somorvlllo
I A Ballad of Kisses Somorvlllo
Song .of a Heart Tunlsbn
6 Comd With. Mo. . . .Vander Stuchen
May-Day. .:....;..' Walthow
Miss Hullhorst graduated from thq
University In 1900 and has recently
roturnod from an extended course of
volpo work In Clilcago.
Ernest Johnson, '08,. has been ap
pointed assistant manager of tho Gleo
and Mandolin Clubs.
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Nebraska vs. Sovth Dakota
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Y. Wi C. A. Notes.
Last Sunday was Bible Study Rally
and tho Biblo Study classes aro well
undor way this week. Next Sunday
will bo Mission Study Rally. This will
bo a union meeting with tho Y. M.
C. A. Vlnflold Rflthborg, tho R. M.
C. A. General Secretary at Omaha will
spoak. Thero will bo special music
by Miss Margaret Pilling. Sunday,
October 8, at 3 p. m., in tho chapel.
Thero will bo a meeting of tho Big
Cabinet Friday ovenlng, October G, at
G o'clock, In tho Y. W. C. A. rooms.
This Is tho first Big. Cabinet meeting
of tho year and Is Important. Evory
chairman and sub-chairman turn out.
Preparations aro being .made to hold
tho Y. sW. C. A. annual County Fair
October 28. Look out for further bul
letins. .
New Lecture Rooms.
Tho authorities have Just received a
carload of chairs equipped with arm
rests, which have been placed In tho
two society haljs on tho thjrd floor of
the main hall', thus converting them
into largo lecture, rooms. Tho old
Union Hall Is being used as a lecturo
room for tho third-year law class, and
somo of tho Rhetoric classes will also
meet thoro. Tho now room enables
all law classes to moot In the morning,
Instead of having about , half tho
classes in tho afternoon, ,as tho ladk
of available rooms caused last year.
Tho sdcond series of tests for tho
Gleo .and Mandolin Clubs was con
tinued last night, but not so many men
turned up,-a largo number having gono
to Omaha to see the electrical parade.
Tho 'high quality shown tho night be
fore by tho men was again apparent,
arid, tho certainty of an unusually good
club 1b growing stropgor right along.
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Wednesday tho ,flrst team squad
wont through a stiff signal practice on
a meadow -east of tho penitentiary.
While out thoro eleven of tho flrst
team wore wplghqd, on a set of big
scales anu puueu tnopeam up 10 i,uiu
pounds.
B A L L
TO BE ORGANIZED HERE.
Miss Howell and Manager Dirks Are
Making Plans for Its Formation. '.
In response ttf Invitations Issuod by
Miss Howell, a representative from
each of tlio girls' Vorganlzatlbns mot In.
U. Ill last -Tuesday morning during
tho chapel hour and discussed tho fea
sibility of a girls' gleo. club. Every
body seemed qui to enthusiastic over
tho proposition, and it was docldod
that immediate seps bo taken to or-
ganlzo tho club. In order that thoro
might be somo organized body behind
tho movemont, It was decided to'havo
the Black Masque push tho project.
It is tho purpose of tho club to as
sist tho main Glee Club In Its annual
homo concert to bo given this winter.
If this turns out as successfully as It
should, Manager Dirks has promised
tho girls that ho will give them a trip
through tho state, If proper arrange
ments can bo made. Chancellor .An
drews Is hoartlly In favor of tho plan
and has made arrangements so that
tho members of tho club may redelvo
oho hour credit each somestor for their
trouble. This, togethor with tho pros
pect of a trip next sprlngBhould prove
most attractive to tho co-eds, and
doubtless a largo number will respond
to tho call for candidates when It is
Issuod. '
f Senior Election.
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Tho .first meeting of tho Senior class
was to have been, hold yesterday morn
ing', but on account of the special con
vocation hadto bo postponed until
somo umo next weeic prooauiy 'jues
day morning. At this meeting tho.
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president for tho present Bemestorns
to bo olected, and as this is a ydry
responsible position on account of the
number of appointments which Iho
president will have to'mako, soyoral
candidates have announced their will
ingness to servo, and tho supporters
of two of them have been very actlvo
In lining up tholr friends. ' Rumor has
It that tho chief contest is, to ho be
tweon tho Sphinx and Innocent- 'So
cieties, but this Is hardly true, as sev
eral of tho mos.t actlvo partisans '.bo
long to both societies.
Tho candidate ,whoso chances seem
to bo tho bettor at this time isDon;
Skeen, Mr. Skeen is a raetfical stu
dent and will hayp tho support of,tho
solid medico delegation. Ho is also
an Innocent ajnd a Sphinx but, is said
to bo tho candldato of tho lattor so?
cloty. Mr. Skeen 'is captain of Com,
pany B and Is very popular among hi
classmates, and would undoubtedly
make a' very able president. '
1 Another candidate whoso name Is
frequently mentioned Is L. H. Wouon
sick. Mr. Wcllenslck is an Innocent,
and presumably .has tho 'support of
that organization. ".
Tho new president will have a num
ber ;of Important committees .to name,
chief among them being the Senior
Book Committee- As tho Sbnior Book'
Is tho only publication which will ap
pear this year, ltIs, of course, Impera
tive that it bo of -extraordinarily good
1 quality. .
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