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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1908)
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Vol. VII. No. 95.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1905.
Price 5 Cents.
SOUTH OMAHA TRIP
8TUDENT8 OF ANIMAL HUSBAND
RY GO TO OMAHA.
LINCOLN HOTEL MARCH THIRTEEN
BIG INDOOR MEET TO BE HELD
..saturday, MARCH 14.
Gttqd UJst of Events--Trophles for the
'.Winning Team All Fraternl
I ties to Enter Teams.
' At a meeting of the representatives
of f all the fraternities In Dr. Clnpp's
office Thursday morning It was de
cided definhdly tirhold a big lnter-fraternlty
' indoor athletlc meet on Sat,
iur.day afternoori;i''MarcIr 14, Hereto
fore lnter-fraternlty ' athletics have
;Tjeea. confined to the baseball games in
the spring and the lnter-fraternlty re-
aaylracoSj. onf Charter IDay.;' 'Nebraska
aBiSTsjr-iect, far behind most
'other western, universities where in-ter-frat
athletic meets, basket-ball
.games,1 and' even football games are
annual' events. 'The scubject has bedn
aguaieu ana wiaeiy aiscusseu at re
braska recently and the discussion
culminated Thursday when definite ac
tlohwhartaken. "The idea is to make
tnfs an annual event similar to the
.Charter Day exorcises for the promo-tipu-oflnterrfraternlty
rivalry in ath
lcticYahd also for the development of
material for the University track team.
"Acommittco consisting of B. S.
Djafce, chairman; T. M. Murphy, and
E. J.. Davis, was appointed to draw up
a constitution for the' government of
hls f inter-fraternity nthlotlc associa
tion. In addition to this they are to
arrange for the purchase or medalB
and trophies 'for the meet, the amount
of "the admission fee, and other de
rails of the. meet.
' A large number of events were dis
cussed with a view to placing them on
the program and the list of those. as
'finally chosen is as follows:
Twenty-five yard dash.
- Twelvo-pound shot put.
J,.jRunnlng high jump.
Standing broad jump.
Standing three broad jumps.
Tugof-war six men.
Obstacle-relay race-r-four men.
" (EachSventls'to count ;elevenpoInts,;
flof . rtlnnn. flvft 'doniiiI' throft" '4Vilrl
took l'iyv,-.uv, av.wMu, v.w, i.... v.,
two, and fourth oriei It Ms possible
mat tneiast two events on xne usi
(the tug-of-waiyand the obstacle race)
!';YiU? be 'scored differently. The com
mittee will also decide upon this point.
! Elaborate prizes are to bo offored.
?For the team championship there Is to
(he; .a big silver' loving cup which will
become 'the permanent property of
thov fraternity winning It three times.
(Fo;."the,ug of 'war and obstacle" race
jbahnersaro to he given with ribbons
;to . the Individual members of the
'teams. In all other .vents .a silver
medal -will be given for first place, a
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bronze medal lor second place, ana
t'rlbbons for third" and fourth places.-
The meet, promises to be one of the
Iblggeat athletic events of the year, and
' fa great deal, "of interest Is alrady be
jing manifested in it. '.."; ; '
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I;! The beat oyster sW in "the city la
t'that served at The Boston Lunch.
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. MOOT COURT8.
Y. W. JOLLIFICATION.
8ome Interesting Cases Are to Come
In the. Supreme Court the case of
Burnett vs. Union Water Company
will be -tried. Heinke and Randall
will appear for the defendant and
Lowe and Gumden for plaintiff. This
Is a case in which the plaintiff is
suing he water company for allowing
the pressure to run down so that they
could not put out a fire which de
stroyed the plaintiff's building.
The case in the District Court is
Aylsworth 'vs. Austin. Westover and
Ewing will represent the plaintiff and
Giflln and Hulenbechor the defend
ant. This is a quasi-contract case to
recover for $26 worth of goods sold.
It will be tried before Judge Bochus
without a jury.
In the Justice Court, a criminal
case will he tried State vs. Steven
sqn. Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys
Balrd and Tlbbets will act for the;
state and Spaits and Kazebeer for the
defendant. A nlen In Imr wns on-
tered by Spaits and Kazebeer yester-!
day afternoon, but it waB overruled.j
The case will be tried on its merits
today. This is the first Jury case' to'
bo tried in the Justice Court this year.!
TheDramatic Club will meet Tues
day, March 3rd, at 11:30 o'clock In
U. 106. Important business lair over
from previous meetings will be con
cluded. All members of the club are
expected to. attend".
President Tucker -of. Dartmouth, has,
iEPued a manifesto against baseball,
declaring that it has proved demoral
izing to the college on account of the
commercial element that accompanies
it; and unless some very radical re
form can he -effected It must be' for
bidden. Following this, nine 'members
of lastyear's .team were debarred from
future participation in athletics.
New Officers Given Rousing Welcome
at the Rooms.
A Jolly informal welcome service to
the new officers was held in the asso
ciation rooms yesterday. A grand
march In which the newly elected offi
cers were, triumphantly borne aloft on
"hand-chairs," was the first perform
ance. An original welcome solo was
most effectively rendered by Miss
Maude Cauger. It waB so effective
that it brought tears (of laughter) to
the eyes of all present. Faye Hart
ley made a most impressive Bpeech;
Iv which the murvelouB deeds pres
ent, past and future of the new offi
cers were duly emphasized. The per
formance ended with a very "touch
lug" Borig, "Wo Welcome You," which
made all the officers look very happy.
It was, on the whole, a very enthusi
astic affair dnd we' feel our new offi
cers are worthy of all the enthusiasm
we can muster.
Mabel Ellen Coder, of the Univer
sity -School of Music, pupil of Mr.
tfDames, will give .a. recital for gradua
tion on Monday evening, March 2, at
8 o'clock, at the Temple. The public
is cordially Invited. The following is
La Poulo Rameau
La Rnppel ' des Olseaux . . rv . . Rameau
Variations Serleuses Mendelssohn
Etudes In C and E Major.. Glazounow
Intermezzo In Octaves. ...Leschetlzky
FantaBle, F minor. Chopin
"Waruni," from Op. 12.... Schumann
Liebestraum, A Flat, No. 1 '.Liszt
Polonaise, E Major .Liszt
Concerto, E Flat Major, No. 2.. Weber
Rondo. , .
(Orchestral parts on second piano)
"Paf Day was a Uni visitor yesterday.
Visit Packing Houses and Stock Yards
Big Banquet Given by. Union 4 't
'' ' J . " J " " ' ' -r - - !'.. . i o- ' -ttw i
Y. M.! C. A,SbeijBd- Tonight
. -rf'uiyi: iiJjfc'j;-' yji
. The apnual oxcurslod of the stu
dents' of) animal husbandry of the
School and of the University to visit
the packing houses arid stockyards of
South Omaha took place Thursday.
More than 200 students boarded .the
special train at the Rock Island' depo'
at 7:30 a. m. and nrrived fn Omaha
soon after 9:00 a. m. Professor
Smith divided them Into four groups,
according ta classes: Those of the
short course wore under the direction
of Mr. Burr, the froshmen under Mr
Sam McKilvle, the juniors under Pro
fcBsor Smith, the seniors and ' the
University students under Dr. Peters.
ti visit the packing houses of Swift
& Co., Armour, Cudahy, and the Oma
ha Packing company.
The various packing houses fur
nished guides to show the students
the more important operations. Swift
& Co. made an elaborate exhibit of nil
their products and by-products, which
all groups were given an opportunity
to see. Special attention was given
to the methods , of the governmenfin
spection ?of5 diseased 'animals; "anS
every student was : 'cdnylticod tnat.th!
luupectlon wns so rjgld that thor caiv
circs of the slightest affectipd' animal
could not bo-passed out-as fpo'tL t,The
government Inspectors showed how
swine were affected by the disease
cholera and tuberculosis.
In preparation for this event, Dr.
Peters had tested three head of cat
tip which he found to have tuberculo
sis. These were shipped some time
ago-and 'were killed by Swift & dot,
and wore used to explain the 'effect 'of
In the afternoon the different
groups went through the stockyards;
Special attention was- given to the
feeder section and the boys seemed
very much Interested In' looking over
the sheep,' because of the recent prac
tice t In sheep Judging at the farm.
After the inspection of the-Btockyards
an hour or two remained, which time
.was given to the boys' for their dis
posal, ' , , .
.At 5:30 the lobby of the Exchang6
building waB crowded by a rgdup cf
hungry young agriculturists waiting
for the banquet to be given by--the
Union Stock Yards Company, . , $ ,
(Continued on page, 3.)
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Another Robertson. ' f , '
In counectioh with the candidacy
of W A. Robertson of the La'w school .
for editor-in-chief of the Cornhuskera
little" confusion has apparently arisen
among certain juniors, who have in
mind H, C, Robertson, of the college
of" literature, ' science and arts. Mr.'
JL C. Robcrtapp. Was business -manager
of the Dally NebraSkan last semester,
but is not the candidate for the Corn
busker editorship. ' .
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