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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1907)
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Vol. VI. No. 07.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MARCH S6t J907.
Price 5 Cents.
TEN MEN WILL GO
TO THE K. C. A. C. INDOOR MEET
AT THE KAW CITY.
Part of Nebraska Track Team, Will
Participate at Convention Hall
Friday Night Other Notes.
Some time ago Dr. Clapp received a
letter from M. A. Delanoy of the Kan
sas City Athletic Club requesting that
the University of Nebraska send a
team to participate In the big Indoor
track meet to bo given In Convention
Hall under the auspices of the K. C. A.
C. next Friday night. Dr. Clapp re
plied that the University could not
send a representative team on such
short notice for there would not be
time to got the men Into shape and
there would be a chance of seriously
Injuring the chances of the athletes to
do good work next spring If they
should compote when not In lit condi
tion. However, ho said that Nebraska
would bo glad to send down ten men
to competo as Individuals In events
whore a long period of preparatory
training was not necessary. No an
swer was received to this letter for
some time and Nebraska men were be
ginning to think that Delanoy had let
the matter drop, but this morning a
telegram from him was received say
ing that ho would be glad to have ten
men come and would pay expenses.
This occasioned much satisfaction
among Nebraska track men as they
feel that while they may have no ex
. coptlonal chance to win, the experi
ence will bo valuable to them and that
Nebraska should bo represented at an
affair of this kind. A handicap meet
is in many senses of tho word a lot
tery. According to the theory of the
thing, all men are handicapped so that
tho poorest man has an equal chance
with the best and winning depends on
doing a little bettor than one over dfd
But in fact it Is practically impos
sible to handicap men justly, particu
larly whoro many of tho athletes are
not well known by the handlcapper
and winning is often largely a mat
ter of having received a lucky handl
The men will leave at 11 o'clock
next Thursday night, getting Into Kan
sas City the next morning. They will
probably return sometime Saturday.
Who the ones are who will go has not
been announced, tho list will probably
be made known In two or three days. '
Now on top of the Medic troubles
there threatens to bo a little distlr
bance among the Laws regarding their
relation to tho Cornhusker. .Some de
clare tfcelr section of the book should bo
separate, photographs, Btorles, joshes
and all. How general this feeling Is
can not bo ascertained, but the princi
pal complaint seems to bo Managing
Editor George Lowls De Lacy. .
Thb Nebraska basket-ball team five
will not play the Baker college team
as. was expected. The Kansas team
wanted tb como hero some day next
week, but no date qould be arranged
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DIRECTOR BUDD GILLE8PIE.
Who will appear in the Annual Concert of the University Glee and Mandolin
Clubs at the Oliver Theater, Wednesday, March 20.
A FRENCH LADY
Has Founded a University for Women
Mme. Bussln, wife of tho editor of
theAnnales has founded a "university"
for women in Paris. She has ob
tained tho patronage of an imposing
committco Including many members of
the French Aradeuir, and of other
learned institutes. Some of these
gentlemen aro on the HsJ of lecturers
for the "University," which, however,
does not deal with tho ordinary sub
ject of male scholarship. Tho curri
culum Includes housekeeping, short
hand, dress making, millinery, and
type writing, hyglne, morality, general
history, musical hlBtory and literature.
The. distance men .are working hard
and faithfully in spite of tho inclem
ency of the March ( weather. Every
night a large squad has splashed de
terminedly thru tho mud out to tho
fair grounds and back, and at a right
good run, too.
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Varsity Will Play Missouri here on
Manager Eager announces that the
baseball team of tho University of Mis
souri will play the Cornhuskers in Lin
coln Saturday, April 27. "Mo." has
a strong nine that is composed of vet
Over fifty young ladles were pres
ent at the homo of Miss Louise Pound
in the monthly meeting of the Ne
braska branch of tho Intercollegiate
Alumnae Association yesterday after
noon. The principal part of the pro
gram was a lecture on "Hauptmann"
by Professor Grumman of the German
Department. This talk, which con
sumed the greater part of an hour,
showed careful study and a compre
hensive knowledge of tho works of tho
great German dramatist.
Tho Wesloyan basket-ball five may
play the 'Varsity In tho near future.
BIG UNIVER8ITY APPROPRIATION
Appropriations Bill Contemplates Ex
penditure of $646,000 New
Among tho bills recommended for
passagp by tho commlttoo of tho wholo
in tho Houso of Representatives,
Thursday, woro tho Senate bill making
tho stato troasuror, ox-offlclo, treaBuror
of tho University, and tho houso appro
priation bill. Tho former, instead of
opening tho way for too groat expen
diture, merely makes posslblo tho
maintenance of tho University by its
proportion of tax money and othor
moans of income, and does away with
tho necessity of financial appropriation
by tho law makers. Tho bill pro
vides that tho stato troasuror shall
receive all moneys duo tho University
and shall pay them out only on war
rant from tho auditor of public ac
counts, who shall Ibbuo such warrants
only on certificate from tho Itogenta.
Tho appropriations bill contemplates
expenditures ammounting to $ol,000;
by far tho largor part of this being
in tho salaries and wages account,
which will run up to $375,000. Other
expenditures aro as follows: fuel,
lights, and water, $38,000; unclassi
fied Incidentals, $8,000; departmental
expenses, $15,000; farm departments
and maintenance, $35,000; printing,
postage and stationary, $15,000; books,
$5,000; general repairs, steam and
electrical equipments, $35,000; furni
ture, apparatus, and equipmont of new
buildings, $20,000. Representative
Cone of Saunders proposed an amend
mont providing that tho $5,000 al
lowed for books bo reinvested In fur
nishing text-books to students at cost
as fast as. sales should accumulate.
No action was taken upon this.
A Concerto Program will bo given by
the School of Music, class of Henry
Eames, next Thursday evening, March
21st, In Memorial Hall at .8 o'clock.
Tho public Is cordlaly invited.
Tho following is the program:
Schuman Concerto, A minor. Al
legro affottuoso. Andante grazl-
obo. Allegro vivace '.....
, Mabel Coder
Weber-Liszt Polonaise Brillante.
Adagio-Tempo dl Polacoa..
Beethoven Concerto, G Major. No.
4. Allegro moderato. Andante
con moto. Rondo ,
t . Claire Canom
Salnt-Saens Concerto, G minor.
No. 2. Andante sostenuto. Al
legro scherzando. Presto
(Orchestral parts on second piano.)
Word was received here yesterday
announcing the death of an eminent
botanist, Otoe Kuntzo, in Italy, the lat
ter part pf January. He has been very
prominent in certain lines and was
somewhat known to the advanced sto
dents here. At the next Botanical
Seminar meeting Dr. Pound will glvo .
an address on Otoe Kuntzo as he knew
him personally. '
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