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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Zbc Baity Hebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho HcBporlan, Vol. rl, Tho Nobraakan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published -dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at Jho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
Entered as second class matter,
March 14, 1000, at tho Post Ofllco at
Lincoln, Neb., under the Act of Con
grcaB, March 3, 1879.
Board of Directors.
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Bubacrlptlon Price, 2 per year In ndvanco
tho question should bo hashed and re
hashed each year by tho Senior
classes. If It -was a fashion that had
lately boon Introduced then there
would bo somo reason. But a custom
which hns boon In voguo for over a
century, and ono which Is still hon
ored by all tho universities of both
oast and west should bo permitted to
stand, and followed at tho University
of Nebraska. When any class at
tempts to kill such a custom they are
"up aqalnst it," for any Institution, It
matters not tho size, will never permit
of tho abolishment of tho custom. Tho
wearing of caps and gowns will still
continuo in Nebraska, and It matters
not what may be tho dissenter's cry.
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There has boon more or less com
plaint from thoso in charge of football
practlco this spring becauso more men
do not appear. It seems as if tho can
didates do not roalizo just how much
this practice Is to mean to them for
work noxt fall.- This much is true, that
tho men who work hard and consistent
ly this spring aro going to. stanu a
much groater chanco In making tho
team noxt fall than thoso who do not
como out at all now. This is alto
gether xa selfish plea for tho candi
dates. But tho stronger nnd moro urgent
argument is that college pride should
bring you out. Tho man who will not
answer to this ploa should novor bo
allowed to roprosont Nobraska on any
field of activity. At this timo especial
ly Bhould tho men respond to tho call.
Nobraska Is to make a tost of tho
football rules as adopted by tho Rules
Commlttoo and It is necessary that tho
most formldablo team possible bo put
May Morning Breakfast.
There's music in tho air that Wis
consin was not fair; for sho won tho
famed debate. Say "Huskers," novor
mind, for tho day of reckoning already
has-been chimed. Remember that tho
victories have boon nine; so lot's put
tho sorrows of dofeat behind; for tho
grub will bo just fine at that Annual
Breakfast Time. Your debato will
then gain time, for every plate will
wjn a girl, at that good old Breakfast
Time. But como "Husker," novor
mind; "you simply did do fine; only bo
there Just on- timo at tho Annual
Breakfast of tho Y. W. C. A., May 5,
In the St. Paul's Methodist church par
lors. Thoro will be a meeting of the Nash
ville delegates in tho Young Men's
Christian Association room at cloven
o'clock tomorrow. Every delegate's
presence is desired.
Every Thursday evening until the
close of school there will bo hold a
meeting in tho Young Women's Chris
tian -Association rooms, to which every
one I& cordially invited. Whether you
aro. especially interested or not, como
and "enjoy "an hour of quiet service
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Modlcs out for tho remaining threo
innings. Tho line-up was as follows:
Reed.. .-v. H White"
Taylor. . . . . v . rf Wright
Hickman. X-. .Vcf McCandless
Miller lkt. L. Greenslit
Newman 2nd r Hammond
Hompes SrdXV. Weeks
Olson ss. . . .V, . . .x. .Miller
Reynolds c R. Greenslit
Mullikon p. . .Trumbell and
Struck out By Mulliken 13, by
Trumbell 3. First base on balls Off
Mulliken 1, off Trumbell 3, off Jami
son 1. Hit by pitched ball Mullikon
1, Trumbell 2. Errors Medics 1, Wes
loyan 7. Umpire Campbell.
Score by innings:
Medics 2 0003800 013
Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
into the field. Our trial is being
watched by all tho schools in tho we'st,
and will effect tho gamo moro next
fall than anyone can understand. Men
como out and support your own.uni-J
vorslty in thlB tesLof tho rules.
The men of tho Senior Law, Aca
demic and Medic classes meet today to
decide whether or not they shall wear
caps and gowns ati Commencement.
For tho past three years this question
lias required a special mooting in or
der that somo definite conclusion
might bo reached. It seems as If tho
mqn aro always in doubt moro or less
as to tho propriety of following such
an. old custom.
Tills question should bo decided
onco for all, and tlnyt in tho affirmative.
It seems hardly necessary to us that
Tho meetings begin at eight o'clock
sharp and aro conducted by tho Volun
Medics vs. Wesleyan.
Tho University Medical baseball
team defeated Wesloyan University av.
University Placo Saturday by" a score
of 13 to 0. Tho Medics played an ex
cellent gamo, making but a single
error, and securing twelve hits. Mul
likon pitched a star gamo for tho
Medics, striking out thirteen men and
allowing but ono man to walk. "Cy"
Reynolds caught his usual gamo and
tho playing of tho rest of the Medics
was equally good. Trumbel pitched
a good gamo for Wesleyan, but did
not have tho support ho deserved. Er
rors cost tho Wesloyan team about
four scores. Jamison, who took Trum
boll's placo in tho sixth, was easily
batted, tho Medics securing eight runs.
Ho was replaced again by Trumbell,
who finished tho gamo, shutting tho
Agricultural School Commencement.
Wednesday evening Professor and
Mrs, Burnett and Professor and Mrs.
Davisson will give a reception to-tho
Senlorclass at tho home of Mr. Bur
nett, 3206 Holdrego street, and on
Thursday evening tno class dinner
will- bo held at tho Lindell Hotel.
Friday evening tho regular Com
mencement address will bo given by
President Kenyon L. Butterfleld of the
Rhode Island College. His subject is
"Leadership on the Farm." A class of
forty men will bo graduated.
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