The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 17, 1906, Image 1

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ANNUAL INTERCLA83
t' GYMNASIUM CONTE8T.
T Be Held in. Gymnasium-' dn Satur-
s' day Evchlnfl, March 31st An
'i t '. Interesting Program. .
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Artrcle on Education by Chancellor
1 Andrewa.
The March number of the "Educa
tional Review" contains an article .by
E. Benjamin And rows entitled "Unl
vcrslty Administration," In which tho
Chancellor takes up and discusses tho
various .problems confronting univer
sity ofucials.
''To be In tfre highest dogrcc cf-
BA8KET-BALL TRIP.
ArraQry on Saturday evening, March
Hist, at 8 o'clock. The purpose of this
meeting is to raise money to help de
fray .the expenses of sending the gym
nasium team to Chicago for the West
ern intercolleglato Gymnastic Meet to
bo hjjld thero tho first of April.
iDfi Clapp has arrangod a varjr In
teresting and novel program for-? the
eyeot. One of tho main attractions of
the evening will bo two or threo num
bers by the co-eds. Ono will bo the
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advanced -work in Swedish gymnastics
arid"'anolroy 'tho -weaving dance. "Those-
who saw the gymnastic exhibition last
year will testify that tho -girls' part
was 6ne of the imost interesting. A
fcatifre added to the program this
year'wllj be the part tho boxing class
wlUtako; u specWr-bbut under tho
direction 'of I.-PHwltt and Jack Best
will be,giyep. .
ThQ, tegular, program .wUL consist
of a Hamburg drill T)y 'the second-year
team this is given by request from
several who saw It last year. Besides
this, the University gymnastic team
will do work on the long horse, side
horse, horizontal, and parallel bars,'
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and rjngs. T)r. Clapp will give an ex
hibition of fancy club-swinging, the
end of. the clubB holding torches. The
attempt of thoso in charge of tho pro
gram .Iras boen to put tho very best
tertalnment possible beforo tho pub-
Uc
The-fallowing Ib the program:,
l.'rnmihMarch.
2.Mass dumb-boll drill by first-yonr
olass.
3. Exhibition of class noxlng undor
I, P.7?lwItt an(1 Jack Be6t-
A. Uvanced Swedish, gymnastics by
' vrom.en class. ',v x
6. Apparatus worlfby 'about seoynty
,memKers of first-year class.
GrrHirtnburg drill -BJ ' "Vecond-yoarl
tewnt (Repeated, by request),;,
7. Advanced apparatus wotk by spe
cial men from second-year class.
8.6ono.contost flgures on horizon
tal Iffiv parpIlePba'rs and flying rings
by members of tho' gym team.,
9Weavlng dance by young women.
10. Interciass relay races. " ,
11.- Exhibition of fancy torch 'lbwlrig1
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than seven or more than eleven. In a
corporation of seven, nine, or oleven
some sense of responsibility reaches
eyery member. Tho executlvo moots
tho.. full bgard often. Members nro
tinder little temptation to separate in
to cliques. Everything tendB to sin
cerity, directness and dispatch."
Jotng;lrito detail, Dr. Andrews ad
vises the strengthening of state uni
versity government by increasing tho
number of alugml faculty officers. He
also lays great emphasis upon student
igoVernmeiit as ft emphasizes "tho, de
mand for rljght conduct in -students,
not fussy rules, but, social and public
spirit, rcgoict foF tho w common weal.
Since this change collego pranks are
less popular and bid (air to. disappear."
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Vaalty Will Leave Tuesday, Playing
Five Games on 'Northern Trip.
Tho varsity basket-ball team will
leavo on Tuesday- aftornoon for a trip
of- five days, playing at Omaha, and
ondlng a game with tho University of
Minnesota at Minneapolis, This trip
will bo practically the samo as the
ono takon by the varsity last year,
with tho exception that but ono game
wjll be played with Minnesota Instead
of two. In Omaha the game will bo
played with Bellevuo College. Of
course, tho main object of tho trip Is
to meet Minnesota.
Tho varsity should be in tho best of
form by the last of next week when
they meet tho Gophers In Mlnneapo
lis. It is quite likely Hagonsick will
bo saved as much as possiblo during
tho first part of tho week in order
that ho will be In tho best of condition
for tho last game. This will bo true
in' tho case of all tho varsity men, as
it is pianneu to give every man a
rest some time during tho week. Cap
tain Hoar should be in the best of
condition by that tlmo, as his "game"
knee Is fast rounding into condition
again.
Last night tho Western Intercollo-
BLACK MASftffi
ELECT THIRTEEN GIRL8 AS, AC
TIVE MEMBERS FOR 1f)0fr07.
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The Sdlection8 Represent the -Mot -
' Influential Girls in the
, Class of '07.
However, tho.hancejlor does not 'elate Basket Ball League champion-
think student rule sufficient to ward
off "crlbblngv" "It does not appear
that student rulo Is anywhero a suf
ficient antidote against "cribbing,"
says he, although "the authorities of
one university seem to think it so
there, but, pressed for evidence, give
only what Is vague." f
Tho article condemns soyoroly tho
practice, existing in some departments,
of board members giving prlvato'coun
sel to tho dissatisfied. "Most insuf
ferable, and nfonco .cruel and per-
Lniclou8, Is tho hnbit Into Which board
.mcmbtM'u sometimes fall of taking
inivato' counsel with tho disaffected,
hoarlng complalnto and contracting
fear by listening to ex parte stories.
The best exocutlyo on earth Is doomod
if this becomes common."
In conclusion, Chancellor Andrews
Bays that it is not tho size of the fac
ulty which brings good results, but
the freedom with which thoy nrp per
mitted to work. '.'A faculty, of fifty
inen, says no, "unencttmDerou win
exact a greater amount of real edu
cational Influence, publish morogood
fesearches, do pioro to lift civilization
than ono of sixty weighted .with for
eign ' cares and chores as "lrot'a fow
American-faculties aro now."
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ship was settled at Minnesota. If the
Gophers defeatod Wisconsin they will
bo the chnmpion conference team.. Ne
braska will have ono of tho hardest
games In its basket-ball career at Min
neapolis on tho 24th,' anil-tho men
roallzo what thoy ar6 up against. Ne
braska won both games against Min
nesota last year, consequently ,tho
northerners aro longing for roVenge.
Deerlng, the old Minnesota forward,
will referee the game.
Tho teams played on tho trip aro as
follows:
March 20 Bellovue, ht Omaha.
March 21 Fort Dodge Y. M. C. A. at
Port Dodge, Iowa.
March" 22 Shatfuck School at Fair
bault, Minn,
March 23 Red Men""Team at Red
Wing, Minn.
.'March 24-r-Minnosotn at Minnenpd-
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Phi Kappa Psl 'will glvo a formal
party at the Lincoln HotGl on Friday
night, March 23rd. On the 24tK
thoy will have their anniversary ban
quet at tho samo hotel.
.Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 13th.
Tho active mombcrs of tho Society
of Black Manque yesterday announcer '
the namo of the glrlB who will consti
tute tho active mombcrs for tho school' '"
year of 190C-7. .In selecting thothlrv!'.
teen names tho very best of choice""
has' been manifest, as thoso elected,
are no doubt tho most reprcsontativo
girls in tho class of 1007. This Is tho
second annual election of the society;
but last year when it was foundod
momUSrs wjjre oloctod as, far b.qck,
as '89. ' ,M.J '
Tho powor of tho Black Masquo"-"
has been felt In t school affairs vbry ,
much during tho past yoar, and their
work, whllo done quietly and-secret- .
ly, has meant much towafd tho In
creasing of spirit along all co-educational
lines. If the mombers of tho
1907 squad carry on tho work as
faithfully as ft has been startod, thoro
will be jio doubt about tho futuro of
this socloty, and Its part In tho tradi
tions of- tho University.
The following aro tho mom bora
Ageo, Alice, Everett, Inoz,
Andrews, Eleanor, Frazlor, Josle,
Boose, Elta, Graves, Fannlo,
Casey, Eva, Oborn'o, Rena "
Davis, Alice, Parkinson, Beth, v
JJelleckor, Zola, Parmalee, Florence
Raymond,-Ruth. .
The Initiation and. banquet will bo
held at' tho Lindell Hotol during" tha h-
early part of April.
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AMake-Up Examination.
..For'j&'e benefit of tho l'need and
overworked" tljo Department of,Rhet
Jr!c has Jestablishi)LdiLafe;up;.pxa(ml
naUon to bo held Just befo.ro the mid
dle of jeach semester Tho object qf
the exDJhinat'lon''is'Jt6onabo thoso
students who wero' either-conditioned
In or absent," from -thbfaomestorl ex
amination to mako up tho deficiency.,
Tho flr$t one will be .held rom. 9 to
11 this morning. - Those examined will
be Principally. Rbetorii,Xib4shts.rt
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No Game With-Minnesota.
It has been generally expected that
the.. Minnesota girls' baskot-ball team ,
woud como to Lincoln for a gamo this
season, but such a gamo could not 'bo
arranged. The Nebraska management
felt ' that If any' gamo whatovor wao
arranged between tho Iwo' ' schools,
Minnesota Bhould take tho initiative.
But Minnesota played two games away
from Minneapolis during tho forepart
of the season, consequently when' tho
.time came for a gamo with Nebraska
It could not bo arranged. Thjs was
not because Minnesota-did -not want
to play Nebraska, but becauso only
two games away from tho city aro nl
lowed them each season.' Nebraska,
in turn, did not think sho was justified
n making tho trip to Minnesota this
year with two of her" old players out
of, thoj.team. . , ,
Convocation.
'Miss Allyeno Archibald, assisted
f Mr. Henry P. Eames, gave- sorios'of
selections in D minor concerto: opus
Rubensteln at convocation yesterday,'
ThO' program "conBisto'd of Mo'dorato
Assai, Andante, and Allegro, all '.of '
which Werb very' skilfully Vondorod".
Tho, audience, as is usual -on -a mug'
idal morning, was largo and .-appro- y,
f Walkover shoes for collegsneft. -'
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