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MAY HAVE 'FIVE GAMES
MAROON ENTHU8IA8T8 GIVE
HOPE OF SEVEN GAMES.
IOWA SCHEDULE IS ANNOUNCED
Baseball Game Has Yet Been
Arranged Between Michigan
and Illinois Although One
Is Considered Likely.
Maroon football plnyors may have
only five contests next fall, according
to present Indications. Unless the
attitude of tho "big oight" members
toward tho seven gamo proposition
Is changed, Midway fans declnro, all
hope of seven games Is lost. .
If tho action of the maroon board
does not receive unanimous ratified'
Lion by all the schools represented
In the big eight it is believed the
agitation for- lengthening the playing
season will como to naught with a
strong possibility of the maroon
board reverting to tho five game
According to Information received
by the Chicago authorities, there Is
likelihood that sevoral members of
tho conferonco will refuse to recon
sider the Boven-ganiu project. Wis
coiiBln, in particular, has come out
with tho declaration that a voto on
tho action of the maroon board Is
entirely unnecessary. Tho bndger of
ficials assort tho matter was thrashed
out last summor and further notion
Is not needed.
Danger in Ola Proviso.
On that occasion all the schools
consented to the sovon game propo
sition with the exception of Wiscon
sin fan J Chicago. The badgers op
posed the Idea anil the maroons con
sented to tho extension only with tho
provision that the schoolB revert to a
flvo gumo schedule in 1909.
More than a week ago Director
Stagg sent a letter to Prof. Moran,
president of tho conference, request
ing that he ask Tor a mall vote on
the matter of sovon games. Nothing
has beon hoard from Purduo and It
Is feared by tho maroon 6tud)intB
that Moran cither deems It unnecas-
GREGORY, the Tailor
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sary to secure another voto on the
question or has received notification
from sorno of the schoolB that they
would not vote on the subject again.
In case the remaining seven insti
tut Ions refuse to re-open tho dlcus
sion the midway faculty will be
forced to docldo for Itself. Tho south
side students fear that In such nn
event the number of games may be
limited to five.
"I have 'recolved no answer from
Prof. Moran," declared Stagg yester
day, "In response to my, letter, re
questing a mall vote on tho sovon
game rule. The Chicago board wishes
to find out tho attitude of the other
schools on tho subject before declar
ing finally. If any of the colleges re
fuse to voto It looks as ir our board
would havo to decide for Itself. At
present any Institution may play
seven games. That Is a conference
tiling. Several of the universities
played only five contests lust season
on account of the legislation of their
No Game Yet.
Director Georgo Huff of Illinois to
day donled the report that Michigan
and Illinois had. arranged a baseball
date for next spring. Ho said thore
had been no correspondence betwoon
him and the Ann Arbor authorities
regarding a gamo and that thore
would not bo any until Michigan's
Ifosltlon toward the conference had
"You can state positively," said Di
rector Huff, "that no baseball game
botwoon Michigan and our team has
boon arranged. That doesn't mean
(hat none will be. Our schedule Is
pretty woll filled up, but I think we
could arranged to play tho wolverines
If thoy woro 'eligible,' according to
the conference rules, and If thoy
mado tho overtures."
The report that thore would be a
gamo between the two odd rivals was
circulated shortly after the announce
ment of tho football agreement be
tween Minnesota and Michigan. Stu
dents hero are pulling for a resump
tion of athletic rolations with the
wolverines and wonted like nothing
better than a statement from Huff
that games had been booked with tho
Ann Arbor Institution.
Iowa university baseball dates
were issued yesterday as follows:
April SO and May 1, Minnesota at
Minneapolis; May 4, South Dakota at
Iowa City; May f, Chjcago at Chi
cago; May 15, Ames at Ames; May
27, Drake at Iowa City; May 31,
Grlnnoll at Iowa City; June 7, Grin
nell at Grinncll; June 8, Drake at
Des Moines. A dual track meet at
Iowa City with the normal school of
Iowa City will take place Mny 1.
Dates for the Minnesota and North
western dual meets have not been
MINNESOTA CARNEGIE PENSION
Passes Legislature Asking
Use of Fund.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 8. The Cor-
ncgic pension bill has passed the
houBC. After being put off by being
referred to a committee for consider
ation, Representative Mattson from
Roseau brought It up again and by a
mnsterful addresB In Its fnvor suc
ceeded In putting It through. Only
the governor's signature Is necessary
now to make Minnesota university
eligible to the Carnegie fund, as It
passed the senate some davs ago.
CELEBRATE DARWIN CENTENARY
Bot Scm Will Offer Fitting Honors
Under the auspices of the Bot Sem
the university will celebrate the con
tonnial of tho birth of Darwin, the
great English scientist, next Friday
evening. (This date also mnrks tho
fiftieth anniversary of the publication
of Darwin's great work, "The Origin
The program will be remembered
in N 110 at 8: in immediately after
the banquet of the Nebraska Acad
emy of Sciences.. An Interesting dis
cussion of Darwin's life and work
will be had with speakers from the
TO, HOLD MEET AT NEBRASKA
Wisconsin Plans to Send Good Team
to Lincoln in April.
"Tho annual conference gymnastic
meet will bo hold at the University
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb., this year.
No definite date has been set, but It'
will occur during April. Probable
conference contestants will be Ne
braska, Chicago, Minnesota, Illinois,
and Wisconsin. The badger team U
working out regularly under the lead
ership of Zeldlhack who won tho all
western Individual championship last
year. Grunert, the new. man, gives
much promise. The' team will be
seen locally In ' the olio of the en
gineers' minstrels and in the uni
Among tho out-of-town visitors at
Chi Omega house this week, tho oc
casion being tho annual banquet of
the chapter, are Mrs. Jordan of Fre
mont, Mrs. Macmara of Cheyenno,
Mrs. Mary Strahorn of North Platte,
MIsb Lucille Cull of Oakland, 'Miss
.Caroline Stett.er of' Valentine, and
MiBti Furlong of Auburn.
WORK IS INCREASED
OBSERVATION SCHOOL TO
CONDUCTED N TEMPLE.
IS PART Of TEACHERS' COLLEGE
A New Department of Manual Train
ing for Boys Is To Be Established
at the Agricultural
Since tho establishment of thn nw
teachers' college at the unive.'Klty
many changes havo been made In tha
summer school which hns now bbrnr.n
a part of that college. The teachers'
college alms to train well equipped
teachers for the secondary school -i and
It now proposes to extend its facilities
to tho teachers who are at work dur
ing the college year.
A new feature of the summer ses
sion will be the observation school to
bo conducted In tho University Tem
ple. An export teacher will nave
chargeof the school, which will talw
up eighth grade work and bo irsdfr
tho supervision of Dean Fordyep. In
one room of this Tomple high school
(hero will bo placed on exhibition a
large collection of text books used
in the secondary schools ovei the
state together with equipment and
aids In instruction. It is also planned
to havo a complete set of building
plans of Nebraska high schools for
the superintendents and princlmils to
consult with a view to future construc
tion. Courses in school administration
by Dean Pordyce and a high school
conference conducted twice a wqei; by
Associate Director Reed will also be
prominent additions to this phast of
the summer school.
Arrangements havo also been com
pleted for a series of lectures on topics
of Importance. These lectures will In
clude one by Professor Hutton Web
stor on "Archeology and Folklore," a
course of lectures by Dean Fordyco,
Professor Groumann on "Gernianlo
Myths;" Professor Baumgartner, on
"Schiller and Goethe," a sorlos of talks
by Inspector Reed, Professor Buck on
"English poets of the early part of the
nineteenth centry;" Professor Wolcott
on "Evolution;" Professor F. A. Bar
ker with illustrated lectures on zoology
and a course of lectures on sociology
by members of Professor Howard's
During the first week of the summer
session an exhibit of art and manual
training work will be held in the art
rooms of the unlvorsity library. This
exhibit will Include a large number of
pictures owned privately in Lincoln,
and It Is intended to make an exhibit
of tho highest class of work in art.
An addition is also to be made in the
courses offered in the school of art
including a practical course for teach-'
ers of drawing.
New Manual Training.
A new departure has also been made
In offering work In manual training
and agriculture ut the university farm.
Tho students will "have a building set
apart for them as a dormitory, and
board will also be furnished at nominal
cost. It Is believed that this will re
spond to a long felt need pver tho
country. In reply o Inquiries sent
to principals and superintendents over
the state, letters have been received
endorsing the plan heartily.
The educational excursions which
were taken last year will bo repeat
ed, but particular emphasis will bo
laid upon those of an Industrial char
acter. These excursions will be held
on Saturday afternoons, and will In
clude Investigations of tba cream In
dustry, the IJvo stock industry, a trip
to tho state farm an excursion to
tha Platte for the purpose of nature
and geographical study, and an ex
cursion to thn Hnvalnnk slirms tn In.
lostlgato problems of transportation
Thore are still a number of gym
fockors that have not been re
assigned for this semester. This
mattej must be Beon to at once or
locks will be cut off and clothing re
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Instructor Phys, Ed.
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