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UNIVERSITY 9F NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905.
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WANJ XO STOp EAJUY R.U8H1NG
AND PLEDQNG. -
Committee of One Facujtv Representa
tive"' from Each Organization
. , Ajpptfrted:o Interfere.
At q meetias' the regents last
month the-qudstioii of fraternity rush
ing ahd thd"inc!dept v)Js was lls
cussed) and a committee was appointed
to Invent somo scheme, by which the
confusion at tho beginning of each
school year might bo apated. This
committee' met a couplo of weeks ago.
and decided to appeal to the fraterni
ties to take tho lnltlatlvq in the mat
tor, and 'the following letter has been
sent to .each fraternity aid sorority in
"At a meeting hold-October 13,4905,
of tho iommitteo, Regents Teeters, Al
len and the Chancellor, appointed by
tho board, September 51, 1905, to con-slddr-'nbuses
connected with the early
'ruatyg' and 'pledging' of now Btu
deiilg y, fraternities and sororities,
said .committee instructed tho Chan
cellor' to send a statement to each
chapter connected with tho Unlvor
, slty in tenor as follows:
,"To the Fraternities and Sororities
of tho University o Nebraska:
?wf.MThcv evils, .of, early electioneering
(and Dttyging are from various quarters
urgMtly pressed upon the Regents' at
tention, with demand for correction,
nnd can no lqnger bosignored. Tho
, $r Regents think that no student should
"' . bo pledged oKadmlt'ted to any frater
nity orsororlty till he or sho has been
in the University. aV least two semes
ters. They, however, ,"muoh' prefer
that this roforln should bo inaugurated
by an agreement among the organiza
tions themselves The regents appeal
X to them to undertake 'the reform and
Xoarry It through, hoping that no enact
ment byf University athyggwill
, prove 4iecepsary In the Js&mfeifhS
i'The: foUowlng conmitteo,, ay lom-
uoia ui -ureuitieiier org&nizauonsyOP
resented here are V requested "td( try
' And procure co-operation to thV aubv
ml: - , tf.. N-
"Professor Les,.DevPound, Pro
fessor Bolton, Dr. Lehnhoff, vPrdfessor
Treach, ProfeaJbr Wolcott, professor
teii, Mr. VH. Olark, ProfossorUch
arMr. Fee, Mies Mildred Clark,
$U Katherlae Luniry, "Mrs. , Clapp
"aril Jeesor Louise Pound. , '
: , "PjW6t" Leei h dttignated as the
lialn otpau ftMttmlttM.
$o MtU to m yl''ttakt by
tkejsi&nttim, fryt reproMBntaUye of
Mirny ot ihm were' Miik by Nebras
m rmrMr yfterday, ud all ieemed
Wj$Tto,Fto wkemf by
wHt relM mto iMt restricted, al
'tt'fiey'tr m aened. to desire
M xriifMiitt et ie ffe4c t qr a whola
toffirilet)iA4r . -u
"tlM gir' Paa-Hel has already dl
mmM tM iNtJUoji, And it w
fa tbt Mele ajrraMemtftt jrJ f
m ere-the emd ef the rM
)HMiietlr; MiH A ot think tkat pe
eereriU will aire te do rio ruifclBf
fora" whele MMlterrmi leei fo a
wlwiJe year.'Tlwre is aot'ewHigk fra-
FOOT B A JU 1U
I4NK20LN vs. BEATRICE
Admission 25 cents.
ternlty material at Nebraska to do that
and not enough of tho girls aro-horo
for tho entlro four years. My chap
ter is in favor of setting a rushing
period six weeks aftor school opens,
and having a regular bid day, as they
do at other schools."
Anothor girl expressed herself as
believing that to set a bid day somo
time aftor school began, or ovon pro
venting rushing until tho second year,
would only accentuate the evils, for
rushing would- then continue from tho
time a Freshman entered collogo untl
he .was pledged. She agreed that It
would bo a good thing for fratornltles
to bo put on a Sophomore basis, however.
. Law Book Committees Meet.
Tho committees Irom tho throe law
classes met yoBtorday morning to diB-'
cuss tho proposed Law Book. Tho
manager of tho Senior Book was pres
ent and attempted to persuade tho
committee to decide upon cooporatlon
with tho Senior, Book instead of. pub
lishing a distinctive book of their own.
He offered them tho entlro chargo of a
largo department in th Senior Book,
edited by thejr own men, so that tliore
would bq practically two books with
tho exception of tho advertising . This
pmn appealed, to many of the com
mittee, but It was finally decided that
it would bo tho bettor plan to publish
a separate book, as thGro was little in
common between the two colleges.
The committees will accordingly rec
ommend to their respective . classes
thatthoy publish a Law Book, the
editor and manager to bo members of
the Senior class.
APPOINT8 SENIOR COMMITTEES.
Denny to Be Editor of Senior Annual
Yesterday Miss Grace Trigg, Presi
dent of tho Senior class, appointed
most of tho committees which are to
servo through tho year. Tho most Im
portant of these Is the Senior Annual
committee Tho Senior Promenado
committee has not yot been decided
upon, but will bo announced lator, as
Will also tho Hat committee. Many
of tho committees havo already gotton
to work. Tho play commlfteo has got
ten work well under way, and it is de
termined to have tho players and tho
play selected at least two months ear
lier than tho claBs of 1905 was' able
to. Tho committee which Is to select
the Commencement Orator has also
hoia-a meetlngjind.wlll have tho list
selected wfthjn a couple oitVeeks. It
is tho duty ofhls committee to pick
six men, any of whom tho class would
like to have deliver Iho final address,
and from this list Chancellor Andrews
will flick tho orator: Thbbuslness
manacerfl nf thn Anmml hivaiKnniir
,...-i,r, : ----"- "-'- "tu'
i iiuHuea up a 101 or aas, and wl hold
In this week's Twentieth Century
-Parmer, Professor Bessey publishes
anaccount of his visit to the United
Stales Forest Reserve in central No
braskapr. Bessoy made the trip in
cuinpsny wiiopenator uurkett. The
article Is of someNlength and is accom
panied wjth several photograpEip
up thoir ond of the string without nn
trouble. Following aro the appoint
ments: Senior Annual Committee: .Editor-in-chief,
Earl Deny; assistantedltors",
Ruth Bell and Lota Stottor; associate
editors, Paul Ewing. Grace HunW
r-... . i J . . ".
aiwei waynes; business manager, Don
Skeon; assistants, Albert Helhirod,
Senior Play Committee: 'jano Blan
chard, ' chairman; Anna Orlofsky,
Grace Roper, Charles Sawyer, Claude
Davis, manager; C. H. Wallace, assist
ant. Leah Meyer, assistant.
Orator Committee: Ed. Adams,
chairman; Anna Hoorer, Julia Bednar,
Raymond Dale, Edward Crltes."
Cap and Gown Committee: 'Florence
Hirst,' chairman; May Darling, Grace
Bcsles, Thomas Htitton, Robert Hill."
Athletic Committee; Laurence Sid
well, chairman. Ed. 'HaranRinir. tfvma
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TWENTY-ONE MEN ACCOMPANY
BOOTH TO OMAHA.
A Large Crowd Go With the Team to
Attend the Crelghton-Nebraeka"'
Game Rock Island Makes Rate.
Today tho varsity wont to Omaha to
moot tho Crolghton Collego toam in
tho second nnnunl garao with that col
logo. Tho gamo last year yia an easy
victory for tho varsity 'by. tho scoro
of 30 to 0. But Crolghton always plays
good, snappy ball and It is gonorally
tho oxcosslvo woight of tho vnrBlty
which is responsible for tho largo
score. ThlB yer tho gamo will bo
up to tho oncfW last year and tho
Omaha, pheoplDM bo given amplo op
portunlty toVsm a good gamo of ball.
Tho work of tho varsity for tho nnut-.
wookhas-beon vory raggod. Tho prac
tlco game hold on tho athlotlc field on
Inst Thursday, night was a yory poor
exhibition of football to bo played by
a varsity team, and subs. Tho intor
foronco was poor, and tho men did
not follow the ball in but few plays.
Tho trouble does' not seem to bo in
tho mon as regards their ability to play
ball, but they havo taken a slump.
Booth rovived Jholr spirits by a 'heart-to-heart
talk, only as Booth pan givo,
and ho football mon know what this
means, tn short, ho told th hion
about 'their-faults, and also- that a
brace must be taken by'evory man. "
Tho practice last evening consisted
of a fast signal practice, with' a short
scrimmage. Booth and "VVostovor spent
tho most of tho time In working up the '
guard positions. These positions still
continue to bo our weakest point and,
tllla Will hA ihn nnan an fnMn. -
. w ..w viuiu ou iuut ua DUU1U
oistno nig, nusky mon in ,thbsUnlver
sjty fall to report for football practice.
Rico andTaylor both being Fresh
moNjvIll. prohibit them from playingV
in tho Conference games. Rico .will
not bo takon to Omnim tnrinv wh.
Athlotlc Boarid is determined, to live
up to the Conference rules, and if Ne
braska Over OXDOCtS to bo amemhAr of
tho Conference she must flrstUYQ up
to tho rules of that organization.
The Crelghton'gamo will bo the Inst
easy game before the Mlnnesota'.game
Lrelghton will bo followed by both"
Anies and Colorado, which are games
that will give the varsity nlentv of
chance, to show their inettle. Ames
comes supported by about two tun
dred loyal rooters who, wllf cheer their,
team on to eery possible chaa'oe they
have of scorlngColorrtd comee next
with about the sain'' support, and the
same desire to" win from . Nebraska.
Colorado has never been able to hold
Nebraska down to a 'closer score on
the Nebraska field, but they come this
Mr to do H or die.
The football team reported at the
Rock Island this 'morning at 8:30
o'clock with their lugfage. Tfcttteam
was accompanied by Jack Best Train.
'& Witant Manager Woods,
Coach Booth, "Manager Morrison, Dr.
Bolton, add professor Chatburn. The
team will come back, this eveniag on
the-'lO o'clock, train from Omaha. The
team and. subs who go to Onaha are:
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