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UNIVERSITY OF 'NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MARCH J5, 1906.
Price 5 Cents
BROWN'S BU8INE88 COLLEGE TO
MEET THE VAR8ITY.
.aioux City Athletes Contend With the
Local' Tve In the Armory To
- NightLast Game 'of i8'eason.
Tonight tho varsity . basket-ball team
rfWlllSlinoup'.for .th61aBt?gamo on' the
Afepmo floor this season. Their oppo
nents are well worthy of the best ef
forts tho varsity can put forth. To
itjight will bo the last opportunity tho
jvpoople will have to see tho varsity play
.w'Bhll before they go north to play Min
nesota the last of next week.
' Tho Brown's Business Collogo of
Sloux City are on a trip playing tho
t'atrongost teams .in South Dakota and
Nebraska. Up to" date they have play
ed three and won three games, their
Jlast victory was over Bonder's team
-?at Lead, .S. D., by a score of 27 to 18.
'iBesldeS'thls victory, they 'defeated' the
vBlack Bills Giants by a score of 35 to
'"27, and Ft. Robinson by a good 6cqro.
Last night they wore to play Wesloyan
at Unlvorslty Place. Tho Sioux City
team recently won the Sioux City
championship by defeating the Giants
by a small margin, and they come hero
'with a reputation hard to surpass for
a season's playing.
Tho varsity line-up for tonight's
jgame. will -be as follows:
Guards Captain Hoar, D. Boll, P.
- Contor-HMoser; Meyer.
'; Forwards Walsh, Hagonalck,
Officials Reforee,v Warrinor; urn
'p'iro, Van Orsdol; official tlmopeoker,
Thegamo will be called atfcslB p. m.
sharp. "Those wishing to securdHlck-
s ots. im.advanco may do so ''at either
vtHitf ry Porter's "or Hho Coop-' book
TlHrsnowdrifts pllod on campus and
'track may suggest Inactivity In out-
t door athletics, but nevertheless pro-
$ Morse, "captain of baseball team,re-
ports about the same llno-up as last
year In pitching material, with the
v addition of Bowman, which gives him
- ijlllson,' Do'rt, Bowman and Morse as
Three men are, out for the position
, behind the bat, Hyde, a candidate last
" year, and two new men, Karr and
Thfollo. For shortstop,, Busseau, last
year, with Notre Damo, Jno, Dudgeon,
P. R. Jones- and Boltzor are trying
and the balance of tho Infield lines up
with Hydo Donsiow and Barta for
- first, Rhine foraecond and Gaddls for
For outfield, Cooke will play at cen
ter, Schmidt will hold down right
1 field, and tVo ' other men, Harold
Cooke and Bellamy, will try out. Fen
louj loft Holder last y&r, will not be
put, since hov goes to Omaha thlfl
' "month. Morsel may -also J play Mn right
Tbinlc "what a8ouvenirlthfc Sombrero1
Is. Pictures, sketches . and, cartoons
of. University life., Every "student
Should lilvo'ohe.Afew.otaly'ldft at
Brown's Business College, Ift"
ARMORY. THURSDAY NIGHT 8:15
Dean Pound Tells of Divorce Con
gress Dr. Howard's Work.
Dean Pound, who -was one of tho
delegates appointed by Governor
Mlckoy to represent Nebraska at tho
"Congress of Uniform Divorce Laws,"
hold In Philadelphia last February,
gave a fifteen-minute address on the thpm wjjrfi.some of tho most promt
proceedings of the congress at convo- nt f t -- atnteB Thoro
cation yesterday morning.
"Tho congress was called," said
Dean Pound, "by the governor of Penn
sylvania at the suggestion of the legis
lature of that state' Tho governor
presided over the meeting In porson
and, contrary to tho press reports, Dr.
Pounthfound him to bo a man of cul
ture, wldovjearnlng and ability, hand
ling the members of tho convention
with firmness nd yet with a tact
which 'prevented those parliamentary
"spats" so common In" .such gather
By unanimous vote of all theele
gates attending the conventlbn, ltVas
resolved -that, - among other things,
publicity "of "divorce 'proceedings
should bo urged, that all proceedings
should bo geinutnely bona fide,- atod
that overy -step -possible should bo
taken to bring about tho festabllshment
of a uniform divorce law.
But the -true solution of the 'ques
tion, as the entire cbngress voiced it,
is the reforming of oar marriage laws.
And at this point Dr. Pound paid Dr.
Howard and the University a most
"In overy Instance," said he, "Dr.
Howard's work on maifrlagp was re
fered to as tho authority. It was con-
slderod by overy member preaont to
be the first of all works on that sub
ject" There were forty-ono states and
the District of Columbia represented at
the congress, South Carollna,.Nevada
and Mississippi being tho delinquent
commonwealths. Tho delegates con
sisted of educators, lawyers, legisla
tors, laymen and women, and among
will be another meeting of tho dele
gates some time In the spring, when
definite steps will be taken toward
abolishing tho dlsastorous dlvorco evil.
Girls' Pan-Hell Play.
Members of tho cast of tho play to
bo given soon by tho girls Pan-Hellenic
Congress are meeting regularly and
are working hard to got the play Into
Bhapo. Each sorority Is represented
and the cast Is composed entirely of
TreshmenNThey have proved exceed
ingly capable under tho direction 'of
ono of tho leading members of the
locution department and it is expect
ed that tho play will bo a great suc
cess. The play Is an annual affair and Is
given to bring the. girls together and.
give them a better opportunity to be
come acquainted. An-lnformal 'recep
tion follows -the play. It will bo re
membered that last year tho most im
portant action taken by tho congress
was placing the ban on dancing dur
ing the week. This year tho rule has
been lived up to strlctlyand bo far no
member-qf any sorority has been found
attending a University dance during
MANAGER MORRI80N HA8 COM
Colorado to Be the Thanksgiving Op
ponents Minnesota at Minne
apolis op October 27.
Tho football Bchodulo has boon prac- '
tlcally completed by Managor Mor
rison. 'Tho season of 190G presents
but fow changes from tho schedules of
tho past two yoars, but one part of It
which Is very gratifying to Nebraska
rooters is tho fact that Kansas is on
for November 17th at Lincoln. Aftor
tho long period of two yoars without '
a gamo with tho Jayhawkors, tho poo
plo aro oagor for tho gridiron contest,
and this gamo alono should draw a
largo crowd. The gamo with Minne
sota tor noxt year comes a Uttlo earlier
than tho ono played this year. This
should provo a much better arrange
ment for tho "Cornhuskors," as It Was
generally thought that tho "Gopher"
gamo ciime too late, last year. Only
two games "w411 bo played away from
home next year, Minnesota and tho
Crelghton gamo at Omaha. Both Knox-
and Ames will be brought to Lincoln
for games this yoar and from past, ex
perience wo havo found thht. these
teams aro worthy opponents ancLal
ways draw crowds.
Coach Fostor will find plenty to
keep him busy noxt fall if Nobra'ska
ends the season with a jcloah sweep
and ten victories. The prospects at
thd-.prosont Umo are not very optimis
tic, ag o havot lostso many varsity
men. Cotton, Borg, Benedict, Wellor;
Johnson, WHson and Nolsbnhavo all
Borved their tlmVr' loft school, vfilch
will make them ineligible for next
year's team. Captain Mason has been
husy getting a lino on possible candi
dates and thinks that Nebraska'should
havo a strong team even If'thoyro
mostly green men. Foster's asslstant
has not been selected yet, but It is
quite likely a man will bo chosen
within the next fow weeks.
Tho schedule "which the varsity will
have to face for next yoar Is as "'fol
lows: September 29--Grand Island College
October 6 Lincoln "High School at ,
Lincoln. , ,.
'October lSKnox- College at iTln
coin. -' , -
October 20 Iowa Agricultural Col
lege at Lincoln. '
Octobor '27 Minnesota at Minneapo- '
November 3 South Dakota at Lin
coin '' ' .. , " , ,
November 10 Crelghton College at
Omaha. .' .
November 17 Kansas at Lincoln.
November 24 Doano College' at
November 29 Colorado, at Lincoln. ';
. Professor Nicholson, former head of )
tho Department . of Chemistry here,
was a campus visitor Tuesday. Pro
fessor Nicholson is now constructing
engineer of a large mining fcompaay
having headquarters atSumpter, !l)re- .
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