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IN TROUBLE AGAIN.
Kansas; University at Outs With Mis
souri and Iowa.
The following aro editorials and
nowa Items taken from the Missouri
"Independent" and the "Dally Iowan":.
"From the stories that are being
sont out df Lawronco, Kansas, of late
on6 would be led to concludo that Mis
souri University students Wero muck
ers of the most refined 'typo and that
Kansas University men fall little short
of being angels. This year there Was.
a hitch in tho proceedings incident to
the holding of tho ninth annual debate,
and why? Tho Kansans aro making
use of overy opportunity to toll tho
world that it was all. because Missouri
was unwilling to do "the square thing.
It has been Intimated that. , Missouri
wantod to fix tho judges by choosing
for jiidges alumni of this institution, or
mon who had sons in the "University,
or men. who wero married- to corpora
tions and honco would be unabloHcr
givo an., impartial decision.
"Our frionds from Kansas may tell
about their desire to do tho square
thing, but thoir whole dealings with
the Univorstty of Missouri within tho
last threo yoars at least disprove any
such desire, In that time we have
had more trouble' securing Judges and
arranging other matters with them
than with Texas and Illinois combined.
Indeed; wo havo novor had any trouble
With the, 4nsthamod' institutions dur
ing our rotations with them. We Wore
determined this ypar to havo a square
deal with Kansas or nemo at all. Since
the conduct of the Kansans evidenced
adqslre to repodttheir trick of last
yearqperefused tobb a party ."
"Tho debate which was' to havo been
hold between thq Laws of Iowa and
Kansas -has been dropped. It was
found difficult, to adjust all the details
to the satisfaction and .convenience of
both toamSj, and so representatives, of
tho. two schools will not inept this
Chicago to. Meet oCrnell 6n-Grldlron.
Chicago will play Cornoll. Although
wishing to out down hdr schedule so
as to , admit only small colleges,, the
M,ldway institution has decided to'tako
.on Cornell for football. Shovhos so
drawn tho lino, of- distinction, between
largo ana smau colleges as to just
pxcludo Michigan and admit .Cornell.
Tho following, dispatch from Chicago
IsC self-explanatory: '
i Chicago, May 14. Chicago will havo
at least ono big football" game, 'next
fall." .Cornell will play on Marshall
field on November 10, ,
"Arrangements wore completed last
night by Director Stagg and word was
sent to Ithacan authorities, of his ac
ceptance. Cornell, it is stated, pro
posed the game. Stagg rocolyed word
from the eastern" officials a week ago,
but. was unable to work upon it until
ho had presented tho proposition to
tho Midway senate for consideration.
. More . weighty, than anything which.
the Chicago ruling body .has had to
handle in recent years, it was declared
by one of 'tho leading Chicago pro
fessors, was tho question of whether
the Midway institution should accept!
or reject the "offer of Cornell. By de'
elding to grant' permission to play the
easterners, the senate 'saved Stagg to
the university and sayed the ranking
of tho institution as an athletic power,
and consequently the ranking of the
school to a certain otxent
Coach Warner 6f Cornoll expects to
have oho of the best teams in years
at Ithaca, next' fall, while the pros
pects at the Midway at present, point
to an oven. greater team than the,
championship eleven of last tall.'. .
The Lincoln Local Express, 1343 0 St
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CuaBlm Brw., Florists. 13T IMa.
Best 10 and 15 cent meats la the city.'
The Phoenix. ' -' '
Typewriting, J. W. Brewster, Hich
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Dsa Camerem's new lunch counter;'
quick service; 119 So. 12th St , ,
Union Shining' Warier SWme,-Ire
cents: chairs' for ladles. 1011 O St
Forbes Stables, livery, amd bag
gage, 1125 P St. Bell 55, AuU 1551.,
University women desiring positions
during the summer for1 the .coming, col-
lego year should register1 with ' Mrs.,
Barkloy, dean of Women, or Miss Vib
bard secretary Y.' W. C. A;- Several
good positions for tho summer are now
All alumni "of Lincoln High: School
are urged to bo present at a meetings
of the Alumni Association to be held,
at Lincoln High School' building Sat-!
urday ovening, May 19, at' 8: 15. im
portant business. Jf. D. RINGER, ;
Notice to Graduate Faculty. '
The thesis for the doctor's degree
prepared by Miss Elda R. Walker on
"The Structure, of the Pistils of Spmo
Grasses' is now In, the Chancellor's1
office for tho inspection' of members
of lhe graduate faculty, Ijt records,
tho discovery "of- a third carpel Jn. the
pistils of species of grasses belonging
to" ton (of -tho thirteen) tribes fit, the
grass family. This' thesis wllKromaln
in tho, Chancellor's, office until noon of
May 31, CiABLfeS ,E.. BEJSSEY.v
Assistant professor of Classics; sal
ary, $1,200. Applications for tho posi
tion will be received untll June 1st. -
Professor of Latin; salary, $2,000
Applications- for the position will bo
received - until September 1st
'Assistant professor of History; Bal
ttry, $1,200. Applications will be re
ceived until September 1st
AIL appolntments'aro provisional for
two years. . GEO. Y. CHOWN, J
MondayXnlght 'tho first of the
Thomas' Orchestra concerts wlU be
given at the Auditorium. These con
certs'" will .be .the' greatest t musical
events in the history ofLlncoln and
will in all probability" determine
whether the capital city is to-bovin-cluded-Jn
the Thomas .circuit in fu-.
Tuesday's matinee-musical'-will bo
luijiuijf a uutvuimij'1 auuii, uiu eiuuu-
atlon committee having arranged for
that concert to take, the place of tho
customary commencement recital.
The united chorus classes, under the
direction of Mrs. Raymond, will repre
sent th0 University,
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