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Vol, V. No, 84.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 90o
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WIN LAST GAME
VARSITY DEFEAT8 BROWN'S
The Fast Team Work, and 8ure Goal
Shooting Was Too Much for
t Last night tho Varsity dofoated the
Brown's Business College toara or
Sioux City by tho scoro of 57 to 12.
This garao was a very easy ono for
the Nebraska team, consequently the
truo merit of their playing could not
bo shown. Tho visitors glvo a very
poor exhibition of the gamo 'which
was no doubt duo to tho long tire
some trip, and tho playing of four
other games. Tho Sioux City team
were somo forty-four hours on tho
train between Lead, S. D and Lin
coln. Wednesday night they stood
they gamo vory well and defeated
Wealeyan by a good margin, but thore
was surely something lacking In their
playing last night.
The Varsity would havo played a
much harder gamo If they had been
given a little closer rub. But on the
-. whdkt their work was of a high order,
and the team work was especially
ffood, CapU Hoar was not In tho game
on account df his knee, but Dwlght
Bell Ailed ho vacancy in good stylo,
playing a man twice his size and
weight. Tho. visitors made but three
field goals, thoir other six of tho twelve
points being made from tho 'foul line.
Moser and Bell held their men down
weii, anu wosor was reaponsiDio ior-
.. .. N-ti-l N
several goals. Both HagenslcK and
Walsh throw' goals from most any
wWra they , happened to receive tho
ball! Meyer took Mosor's placo in
the 'middle of tho second half.
Ono commondablq foaturo in tho
varsity's playing last nightwas the
way in which thoy worked tho ball up
well under thotoal -before trying for
& goal, .very man knew where h.
mob' expected to bo and' thoro ho was
when tho ball camo around. There-
were times whon tho team work was a
littlo bit ragged and ono of -theso
camo during: tho last half, when tho
visitors toesed-throo baskots In quick
Tho gamo last -nlghT- ended the trip
for. tho Sioux CityL team. Nebraska
Administered to them the only defeat
of"UUJ"trip, the, other four games be
ing clean 'victories. Tho work of Rof
orco White for tho visitors-wa3 very
The liflo-up vttxa as follows:
Forward Nebraska, Walsh, Hagcn
alek; Brown, Long, "Eastman.
Qenters Nebraska, IMoser, Meyer;
GuardsNebraska, D. Bclh P. Bell:
Brown, Pierson, Poterson.
Officials Referee, Whlt'd; umpire,
Van Oradol; timekeeper, Wallace
Next week tho musical program will
be given on Wednpsday morning in
stead of Friday as usual. A scene
from Wagner's Valkyrio will bo given.
Thin, should provo especially interest
ing as the "Valkyrio" is to bo pre
sented by tho SavrigoOpoija company
at tho Oliver tho foijoWlng Monday
Walt's full orchestra.
DR. WOLRE TALK8. ,
Pedagogical Club Meets in Regular
The Pedagogical Club held Its regu
lar meeting in University Hall last
night. After a short Introductory talk
by Dr. Luckcy rclatlvo to tho teachers'
certificate, Dr. Wolfo. delivered a very
interesting and helpful address on
"How Teachers Obtain Positions."
During tho courso of his remarks
Prof. Wolfe said:
"The first thing I wish to Bay to
those BtudontB who would bo teachors
Is, gqt a "dignified Ideal work and pre
pare yourself for what you want to db
In life regardless of how of when or
where you nro to get a position!
"However," continued the professor,
I "the society of today Is basod on com-
nnilllnn . , r. nilwirlifnl rtf flirt flttftof
petition, on the survival of ho fittest;
and to this teaching thoro Is no ex
ception. Henco, wo must ask for what
wo want, we must get out and work
for it. rrogrot that wo must lay asldo
our dignity at all buLgp long as tho
present conditions oxlst, wo must do
it I do not moan that teachers should
resort to the push anaiow and swell
doviccs, not for a minute! I moan
honest, legitimate competition."
Dr. Wolfe next took up tho subject
of teachers' agencies. Unless a
teacher has had a great deal of valuJ111 consist of symposiums at which
able experience, said ho, the forolgn
agency, that Is, tho agency In tho big
city to tho manager of which you are
a total stranger Is of absolutely no
value. Tho local agency, If tho stu
dent Is personally acquainted with the
m'anageiyis of moro sorvlco than tho
other; but whoro.tfio student is not nn
acquaintance of tho manager, he
stands no more show of getting n po
sition than any other enrolled, appll
"Tho best agency of all," concluded
tho profossor, "is the University
agency. It is conducted on a strictly
honorablo basis, Is govorned by no
-peounlary motives in short, it does
its best to put tho right person in tho
right placo and to find tho right place
for tho right person. It Is strictly
honest and sincere because it has tho
intorests of tho student, the welfare
of tho state, ancf tho reputation at
After discussing the various agen
cies, Dr. Wolf next turned his atten
tion to tho means used by toachers to
got positions. TIiobo ho summed up
in tho legltimato and honorable uso of
honest influence, such as friends and
relatives, the personal appearance of
tho, applicant and tact. Tact above
all things should bo practiced; for in
it lies moro influenco than in any
othor ono thing.
In concluding his remarks, tho pro
fessor advised his hearers to bo over
ready to make friends, to evor do their
neighbors a good turn, and to live in
genulno honesty and 'sincerity toward
their work and townrd their fellows.
The next two meetings of tho club
various Unlvorslty professors
givo brief addresses.
Max Westermain the genial ac
countant of tho University, gavo evory
caller an. extra smile yesterday, , the
occasion being the arrival of a bright.
)! b7. t Mr. Westcrmann's homo.-
MARCH J 8
NOMINATIONS MADE FOR FRA
TERNITY COUNCIL CHAIRMAN. ..
The University Congress Met and
Nominated Three ProfesBor8"for
the Council to Select From,
Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock thb
University Scriato met in U. 107 to
discuss tho Fraternity Council propo
sition. After a short ,tlmo. of talking:
over tho matter, it wad docdodtp,
nominate threo men from, whomhe
Council should select a chairman, anil
threo women wero selected' from whom
tho sororities should choose thoir-
president. Tho men nominated .worn
Drs. Lees and- Fling arid Processor.
Richards; tho womon, Misses; PoundL
Hoppner and Conklln. At tho next
meeting of tho Council theso namcH
"wll Tjo voted upon, and in this mnn
nor tho chairman selected,.
Tho" -Fraternity Council, as it now,
stands, is composed of one activo mom
ber from each fraternity and ono
nlumnus elected py tho activo mom-'
here of tho fraternity with which he
is affiliated. Theso alumni, mem bora
arc elected for tho term -of one,, two
and threo years. That Is In order that
-the personnel of tho Council wlH bo
constantly changing, thcro -will bean
election ovcry year of both active and'
alumni members. Ono-third of the
fraternities will elect their . alumnus
member ovcry year and all will eiofit
activo members in. Soptombcr, of tne
Dr. Lees vas first appointed to take a
chargo of this matter,' and as4ls ap-x
polntihont camo: late in tho , fall. hps. C
deserves great credit for tho way In"'
which ho has' expedited matters, ami '
brought aboit such; an amicablo set-.;
tHnidnL Being a fraternity man .him- .
self, ho know Just. Ijow to go after,
tho matter in order that tho" quickest
possible results would be obtained. " x
Affairs aro so arranged now that nll:
points of discensioni among tho. fxa-.-fcrnitles
will bo appealed to this body,-,,
asjthe highest authority in the mat
ter. Besides, this Council will fe'ol
free to censure severely tho action at
any fraternity, or fraterffliy men.- ei ;
Qlrl Program. ... r,
ThoT)rogram In the Unton Socio,ty.
tonight from the "scratching of tho, "
slate" to the turning out of tho gaa
Is in entire control of tho girls, Much
conjecturofis .indulged in by thoso
who do 'not know but would liko. to
know as to the naturerof tho, progran) .
but if .knowlQdge of tho pasUia any.
criterion of tho present tho boys may
rest assured that thoy will bo' given
valuo received for- their tlmoand
trouble If not fo'r their .impatience. .
Thoro is ono instanco.Jn which tho
Girls.' program tonight, could easily
outshine tho Boys' program of two
weeks ago and that Is by beginning
and also closing earlier.
Tho Association of Colloglato Alum
nae mees this afternoon with Miss
Louise Pound, 1C32 L street Dr, Fred
crick Clements discusses "The Eieeti.ye
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