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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MARCH 3J, 1906.
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PRESIDENT CRITE8 APPOINT8
E. M. Marvin to Be Ivy Day Orator
Gen. Nelson A. Ml lee Com- .
President Crltea of the Senior Class
has. appointed the committees which
are to cary on tho- work1 In regard to
the Ivy Day program. He also ap
pointed committees to take charge of
Senior sneak day and class party. The
committee to secure the Commence
ment orator was appointed some time
ago and has already conforrod with
tho. Chancellor In regard to a suitable
person and Buch a person has been
selected. General Nelson A. Miles
will be Commencement orator for the
graduating exercises of the class of
'06? The selection of General Miles
has met with the approbation of the
entire class. y
Mr. CritOB has chosen Mr-.'-E. M.
Marvin as Ivy Day orator. Thiff selec
tion comes only after long sudy, as
the Senior class has a number of good
men in this line. 'But Marvin, seemed
to be. the-logical-one.
The commltteos as appointed are as
Senior Hat x
Ralph Smith, chairman,
C. L. Waldron.
I. L. Thompson, chairman.
R. A. Van Orsdel.
J. H. Miller.
Adolph Wellenslck, chairman.
E. C. A. Zimraor- C!J
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2"-Ivy"'Day prator .,
E. M, Marvin. - . ,'
Class Yell . .
. E. C. A. Zlmmor, chairman. I
Clyde Wilson. '
Ivy Day " t -j
Harry Holllngsworth, chainr
, Frank Brookings. f '
fa W. M: Whelan;, chairman; '
X Mi Bednar.
, Louise Allen.
E. W: Brlgham,
A. G. Montgomery
Ed. Adams, chairman.
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CONVOCATION, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
ADDRESS . .'
Georgo Aboh ;
George Horshey. "
Ethel O'Connol, chairman.
President Crites conferred with VIco
Presldont Ackerman in making these
COMMENDS WORK OP CADET8.
Adjutant General Culver Praises Part
of Battalion in Thoyer Funeral.
Chancellor Andrews received a let
tor from Adjutant General J. H. Culver
which praises the . work of tho Uni
versity Cadets, Captain Worklzer and
tho officers In Jthe funeral ceremony
of tho late v-General John "M. Thayer.
Tho letter is- as follows:
Headquarters Nebraska National
Adjutant General's Office-,
Lincoln, March 26; 1006.
Hon. E. Benjamin Andrews, Chancel
lor State University, Lincoln:
I Tho presence of tho Unlvorsity Ca
rets at tho funeral of General John
MThayor on" last Friday added ma
terially to tho impressiveness of the
PleaBe convey to Captain Worklzer
and the officers and men of tho Cadets
my appreciation of their presence, sol
dierly conduct, and military bearing
on that occasion,-under" veryc trying
greatsec conjntions. ir1r? -
DflfcJ' University and the Nation -in
thua,paylHg tribute' to the memory of
Nebraska's eminent soldier and states
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man, very respectfully, (Signed)
J. H. CULVER,
' Adjutant General,
The-First Game WlllJJe played, April
7th Captain .Worklzer to Umpire.
A meeting of the representatives of
the different fraternities was held' at
the Phi Gamm house' on Thursday
evening to make out the fraternity
base- ball schedule. Elevem fraternl
tlMrwere represented and McLaughlin
of Delta; Tan Delta was chosen, preei
deat and;Btown? of-Phi' Delta Theta aa
'secretary. An arbitration board was
also selected wfalch consists of Brown,
Day and Heacock. Captain Worklzer,
commander, of the Cadets, was ap
pointed aa official umpire.
It was decided to give two troubles
to tho men who have tho highest bat
ting and fielding average at tho end
of- tho season. Tho division) was made
between tho cast and' tho west sldo of
16th street. Tho rules of last year
wero ro-adopted; thoy are as follows:
1. All active men and plegod men
except those who have an "N" or are
entitled to ono, in basjoball, ard" eligi
ble to play In tho fraternity league. N
2. rTho games shall be played on
tho days set In the schedule, tho cap
tains of tho contesting teams shall de
cide upon tho hour of tho day.
3. Any team not appearing within
thirty minutes of tho time decided up
on shall forfeit the game, 9 to-0.
4. Tho l&ngth of tho game shall be
from Ave to nlno Innings. This to be
decided upon by tho captains of two
5. Tho games shall be played un
National League rules.
Program Arranged for
Tonight is tho night, tho hour
eighth, tho place the Armory. Stal
giants, nimble fairies, fitting
tall, lithe tumblt3nJfact,
Is either got to
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0wr i-t-wv wuih
rf tMWett: The-Gym Ex
er eolsmn of the Nebn
yoiiiuaeo what others hav
about It; what they did' at co
tlon yesterday, and what Pr
Fossler said. Kind reader, l
reader, take a wise man's advice ana
go. The wise know, henco follow in
structions closely. It's two, you re;
member; one on each arm. '" -
The following Is the .program:
X Grand Jlarch. i "
.2. Mass dumb-bell .drill by first-year
3. Exhibition, of class boxing; under
I. P. Hewitt and Jack1 Best.
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4. Advanced Swedish gymnastics by
5. Apparatus work by about seventy
members of firs t-y oar; class.
6. Hamburg drill by second-year.
team (repeatod by request).
7. Advanced apparatus work 'by spo
elal, men from secoad'year classv
8. Some contest figures on horhtaat
tal bar, parallel bars and flying; riags
by members, of tW gym tam. "
9. Weaving: danc byyotra? woiaea;
10. Intorclasa relay race
11. Exhibition of fancy' torch swlnjr-
ing by Dr. Clapp.!
t I" frjaium ueorae tre ihi wt m.
WILL PLAY KAN8A8 IN LINCOLN
ON MAY 18 AND 19.
Manager Eager Has Completed tho
Southern Schedule Five Games
to Be played on the Trip.
Basoball Is on In doad oarnost and
Judging by tho llno-up of rtfans" on
the sidewalks around tho spots on the
campus whoro tho batteries practice,
the two initial games will bo well at
tended. Theso games with. "Ducky"
Holmes will bo tho only games playod
boforo tho trip south. Manhattan Ag- i
ricultural, Kansas University, Port I
Riley and St. Mary's will composo tho I
Kansas schedule. At homo again, the
Lincoln League will meet the varsity
on tho 18 th and 10 th. Then tho Nor
braska Indians will have two games
In Lincoln on tho 20th and 21st' On
'the 24th and 25th, "Ducky" Holmes1
bunch, will again entertain. Tho, first
return "game from tho south1 wllKbo
played in Lincoln with Kansas Univor-v
slty on May llftnyjth, a second ono with
them on tho 19 th. Nv '
Tho balance of the Schedule is not
yet made out, but HlghlandPark, Des
Moines, Is in lino for a gamoand Man
ager Eager hopes to give the varsity
"fans" a troat in the shape of a gam
Llncqln with Bender's team from
joarfish, South Dakota. Bonder goes
mind tho bat for "Pa" Rourke onth'e, j
maha League team so tho LlaebJjj
fans" will have a chance o.s1hl13w?
It his professional poMtltbut Jta
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3nCL Park, aadtho Spear-
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stllL ln the air. the schedule
7liIncoln League, April 6 and 7,
.Manhattan Agricultural, April 11.
Kansas "University, Lawrence, April
12 and 11.
Port Alley, April 14:
St. Mary's, April 10.
Lincoln Louguo,- April 18 and 19.
Nebraska Indians, April 20 and 21.
Lincoln League, April 24 and 25.
Kansas University, Lincoln, May 18
Dr. Qlapp ansouBces a meeting of all '
candidates for track work. Tuesday.
April i, to be held fn chapel at 11 a. m.
None of tho places on tho team are
cinched and every-man that gets out
has a chance according to his abili
ties. The men are picked for each
meet, giving every one a chance, to
nut n. iuiv Buayu' cuiu UlKAtUK H yMUHp.
, Tho Co-op. says lurry If you want
one of those Sombreros. Did'jrou'get
a, Sombrero?' You' should: have eae
by all means; See about; it- at once at
the Co-op. r
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