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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1908)
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Vol. VII. No. 133.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, APRIL 30 , 1908.
Price 5 Cents.
ANNUAL JUNIOR-8ENIOR BOOK
READY ON MAY 15.
NMuch'Tlme, Labor and Money Has
Been8pntto Make This the Best
Annual Ever Published Here.
The "Cornhuskor," tho annual
' -Tnnlnr-Sonlor book, will be out dn
May 15. Tho book this year is hotter
than ever before, both In quantity and
placed on sale. The book Is to con
quality. Nine hundred copies will be
tain 425 pages; will be bound In flexi
ble, sllk-llned, black leather, and the
paper will be of a cream tint with
viiark brown ink.
The "CornhuBker" for 1908 will con-
"italn the most complete history over
attempted -of the University ot Ne
braskatogether with tho finest quality
of views ever printed in a Nebraska
annual. The book will be divided atf-
proximately as follows:
3G pagesHistory and Introduction.
100 pagoa Junior and Senior photos
J and write-ups.
' 50 pages Athletic Section.
20 pages-Mllltary Department v
10 pages literary Department.
. 120 pages Organizations and Pra-
4,' 65 pagear 'Josh" Department.
Tho complete publication will cost
5? $3,600 and nothing nas been neglected
4,'ln time or money to make this the
most 'complete aB .well as the finest
W college annual ever published in the
$ Middle West. Dr. Ward, Dr. Bessey,
)'', and MIbs Pound all say that this year's
''" "Cornhuaker" s ,to bp the finest "Ne
braska" annual ever published.
Tho staff for this year's "Cornhusk-
er" is as-follows:
Hubert 6Bell, '09, ""Business Mana
ger. Managing Editors:
Prank C. Bullta, '08.
8tuart E. Dobbs, '09.
K. D. Beghtol, '08.
J. dlvdeMbdre-Medical '08.
Assistant 'Business "Managers :
Claude N. Alden, '08.
- p.H. Wheeler, .'09.
M. B. Cornelius, Law '09.
R, C.,.Christlp, Medical o9.
Y. M. C. A.
By carrying oh a ; tag .contest yester
day, the Y. W. C. A. collected 220.
The plan waft to tackle every man for
a dollar, who did nothave a tag.
Thirtv.flvA men took Dart In the work.
I twe; of which collected $27' apiece. The
6' amount- collected' will be used to 'nay
current' expenseV. ttio furnishings debt
i and probably" make -some , imprbve-
? xment In the rooms. At any rate, the
Association, la .now ,pn a good sound
financial baslsv - -- - -.
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Plea like mother tried .to make.
j Baited trash twice a aay py an expert
J woman' pie baker, at .The , Bostoa
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Home Track Meet
) Street Cars
WIN 1907 PENNANT.
Kappa Sigs Defeat Sigma Chi in 1 to 0
Yesterday afternoon the final gam?
for the 1907 lntorfratornity baseball
pennant was pulled off. This was
probably the most Interesting and ex
citing contest of tho series. It was a
no hit game and very few errors were
Kappa Sigs. 8igma Chi
Stutgeneggers ... c McAllister
Boltzer p Hotzol
Hawks lb Holland
Dudgeon 2b Le Roy
. . 3b Douglas
. . . as McCarthy
. . . rf Rohrbough
... cf Morehouse
Menofoe If Morgan
Beltzer and Dudgeon were allowed
to play because it was a game of last
Time of game 45 minutes.
Tho following Seniors are requested
to meet in U. 106 at 11 a. m. today: '
Cauger. , -, ,
Ruderdorf (Edna. .
J. R. PURCBLL,
Chairman Senior Play.
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Will Run (
2ND, 2:30 P. M,
Co-operation of Faculty and Students
In Association Work.
LaBt night at tho Y. M. C. A. Wed
nesday evening meeting, Professor
Barbdr gave a very Interesting talk
to a small but very appreciative crowd.
"Tho faculty has grown away from
the work," ho said, "not through de
sire, but being Instructors, th'lr time
was well takon up, and also due to
the fact that the Y. M. C. A. had per
mitted them to drift away." He
hoped that the Y. M. C. A. and iho
Y. W. C- A. would take on aggressive
stand against tho dishonesty In the
class roomand, in fact, to all phases
of University life. That they them
selves would not cheat, but would dis
close any one that did. His plan wns
to take tho stand as a body and not
Individuals and fight this dlnhonesty
that was cheapening tho diploma of
the hard-working, conscientious stu
dent; fight it in co-operation with tho
He urged that, as picked men em
bodied with the Christian spirit, wo
should take the Initiative In the fight
to overcome evil; that It was tho duty
of a Christian to "butt In" at every
opportunity and to stand against tho
evil that was destroying the best, In
"As pfeked men," ho said, "acting as
a unltyjur stand will overcome any
evil that you go against in the Uni
versity. Act and secure the co-opera-tlon
of the faculty and the boozing
and general carousing in. this Univer
sity will come to a speedy end."
Next Wednesday-eVenlng all stu
"dents are .urged, to come out to hear
Mr. Frank Ober, International Secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A. The committee
in charge are. planning on at least 100
men to hear" beer's address.'' ' ' r
Mr". Von Forell reported that of tho
thirty-five men engaged In tho solicit
ing of funds yesterday, twenty-five had
reported $218. It Is thought that when
j the reports are all in over 300 will
have been subscribed.
1ST, f liO PM.
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IVY DAY PLANS
COLLECTION OF DtlE8 FROM THE
CLA88E8 PROCEED8 RAPIDLY.
Each Upperclassman Pays Twenty-five
Cents, Lowerclassmen Fifteen
Class Programs and AthleticiT '
The collodion of dues for Ivy Day
from members of tho four classes Is
now well under way and will bo
cleared up within tho next fow days.
Each member of tho two upper classes
Is expected to pay twenty-flvo qeiits
and every loworclasBman fit toon cents.
From this money every one paying the
assessment will bo given lunch at the
State Farm on the evening ot the thir
teenth. Tickets will be Issued later to
those meeting their obligations and it
should bo strictly understood that tho
possession of theso will bo Insisted
upon so far as tho "food" goes. Fur
thermore, the success of the wholo en
terprise rests upon a hearty response
to this call. A number of plans for
the day's program will Involve no
Over $35 has boon collected In tho
Senior class and nearly half as much
among the Juniors. The two lowor
class committees, though having been
organized only within tho past fow
days, have done excellent work and ex
pect to cover their entire member
ship, numbering eight hundred, by tho
middle of next week.
Tho othor two foaturoH In which
all four classes have interest are tho
lnterclass track meet, to take place
at two-thirty at tho State Farm, and
tho ten-mlnuto class programs. On
the latter the special committees are
now, at work; and tho various class
managers will got biiBy" on the former
at once. Every man who has any
ability along this lino should feel, too,
that he owes It to the success oftho
day and to the fostering of, spring ath
letics in the school, as well as 'to him
self to get out and participate In th'eso
exercises- Trophies w!bUehfor
first place, probably ivmo4aifoHMid
second and third places; also forhe
best all-around' athlote and a cup may
be warded to tho jclaflaywhoso team
carries offth.o moj jpofnjs.
Tho exorclBes In1 the 'oVohlng should
be particularly enjtfyablef 6tv-onIy
from "their" 6wnr exdolldncef but Ulso
because of the' surroundings Tho
grove at the Slate' Farm' will bo light
ed with numerpus strings of electric
bulbs or 'Incandescent arfcs, and be
sides, according to the almanac.' on
tbe evening of the 'thirteenth the
moon is to bo shining! ''
Oh Saturday evening, May' 2 a' Joint
party of Palladians 'and Unions will be
held' at the State Farm 'in the assem
bly room of-tho Agricultural Hall.
Preparations are being made for a
Well" affair. Watch' the bulletin
boards of the societies for announce
ment In regard to special car.
Freshman Ivy Day finance' commit
tee meets today at 11:00 in IT. 206.
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