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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
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THE UNIVERBITY OP NEBRASKA.
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for every fifteen words or fraotlon thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free
Entered at the postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as accond-clnsn mall matter
under the Act of Conprcsa of Maroh 3.
The poBltlon of the Equal Surfntgist
Ib rather surprising. She says a num
ber of thingH about dirty playlnjj and
corrupt elections held by the men
which bear no ' apparent relation to
the gfrls' right to vote, and then seeks
to justify the action of tho man v no
votes his lady friends and the :irls
who permit themselves to be made
tools in unfair contests. "Who cores?"
So long as the girls have the finn
chlBe, they ought to vote Intelligently.
The girls who vote otherwise can be
justified about as well as the person
who aids a thief Just because he is a
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But the real question is, "Ought the
girls to vote in the athletic election?"
The question is asked by the suffrag
iBt, "Why don't the boys -vote in the
election of the women's athletic
board? Because girls athletics do not
so much take the nature of University
affairs. The price of admission' to the
football games and the disposal of the
money so spent ought to be a matter
of us much Interest to the girls as is
any class or general University affair.
They shouldn't all expect to have their
way paid, but as independent, intel
ligent suffragists, should attend
whether they have to pay their way or
not, and then take some interest in
these things which affect them finan
cially as well as effecting tho standing
of the University as a whole.
Editor Dally Nebraskan:
The repent request of tho athletic
board for an expression of opinions re
garding proposed reforms in tho fu
ture conduct of Its elections has
brought forth a good deal of comment.
That a reform is nece&siry , is dls
putedby very few. Tho Issuo'centers
on what Is to bo embodied in the
new movement The suggestion that
only "N" men bo eligible, while cer
tainly an advance ov.er the present
system, does not seem to meet popu
lar approval, for it bars good men who
are vitally Interested in all athletics
In general, but who for some reason
or another have not won an "N."
Would we not be able to reach the
same end by specifying that two. or
possibly three be "N" men and the re
mainder the popular choice from the
The abolition of the 25-cent fee
would do away with the "slush fund"
and thus remedy that phase of "ma
Some feel that to deprive the ladles
of the right to vote would be an injus
tice. Is it not a greater Injustice to
have them cast their ballots for the
parties their gentlemen friends advise
without any reference to their quali
fications for the position? While this
may hot be true in all cases, It shows
that the exception proves the rule.
Put the "big stick" in the hands of
public sentiment and let the blows
fall where they may. When "taps" Is
sounded it will work the end of "ma
chine rule", and the beginning of con
trol by an athletic board that voices
the sentiment of the masses rather
than of the few.
Nebraska Wins Points at Kansas City.
In the annual indoor athletic meet
held under the auspices of the Kansas
CMty Athletic Club last Friday, Ne
braska was fortunate enough to secure
four points. McDonald won second
place in the fifty-yard high hurdles
and Davis won third in the half-mile
The meet was one of the largest
ever held in the west, there being
nearly four hundred men entered for
the various events. The contests took
place in the Convention hall before
about five thousand people.
Harlow of the Chicago Athletic
Club lowered the A. A. U. indoor two
mile record from 10:2 2-5 to 9:47, over
a twelve-lap track.
The unlor class will meqt in Me
morial Hall today at 11:30. A manag
ing editor and assistant business nfan
ager for the Cornhusker will be elect
ed. The candidates for managing edi
tor are E. W. Hills and Guy W. Mont
gomery. There wil be no contest for
assistant business manager, as F. M.
Weller Is-the only candidate.
Action will be taken on amendments
recommended to the Cornhusker con
stitution and the class will decicto
what Is to be put on their four .pages
in the annual.
Michigan has scheduled a football
game to bo played at Ann Arbor, No
vember 7 with Kentucky State Uni
versity. Delta Tau Delta won yesterday over
Alpha Theta Chi in a game on tho
1900 -schedule. Score, 13 to 7.
J jy Dp
Tuesday, March 24.
11:00 a. in. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Prof. G. E. Barber on
"Recent Finds In Pompeii." (Il
lustrated.) 11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior class meets.
Friday, March 27.
Non-Commissloned Officers' Hop.
Saturday, March 28.
8:00 p. m. Armory.
Annual gymnastic exhibition.
March 30 to April 4.
Monday to Saturday, inclusive.
Friday, April 3.
Engineering Society Hop.
Friday, April 10.
t:uu p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Friday, May 1.
Company B Hop.
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