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are now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
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THE UNIVERSITY MAN!S TAILOR.
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1230 O St.
vj All Makes of Second- g
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Co,, 714 P St,, Both Phones.
Finest watch and Jowolry Ropairing
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DON'T; NEED GREEK
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NEW. REGULATION, REGARDING
CAN MAKE UP LANGUAGES LATtR
HAVE NINE MONTH8 AFTER EX
AMINATIONS TO DO WORK.
Candidates Can Take Other'Tcsts and
Can Then Make Up Greek Re-
quirement After Being Picked
for English Scholarship.
According to 'a lotter recently ro
col'ved by Chancellor Avery from the
Rhodes Scholarship Trust, American
candidates for ontrance to Oxford
will not need to know Greek prior to
taking tho competitive examinations
for selection among tho Rhodes bene
flclarlcs. Tho tosts in other subjects
may be taken as usual and the student
will bo givon an opportunity after
his selection as winner of the com
petitive examination to mako up the
lnnguago requirement. t
According to the terms of tho
Rhodes bequest, each stnto in tho
American union Is entitled 'to one rosi
dent student at Oxford university.
Tho selection Is innuo by a com
petitlve examination of all candidates
presenting themselves, the only re
quirements for permission to take tho
examination boing legal residence in
tho state where in the test Is held.
Tho examinations are on Greek, Latin
and Mathematics, and they aro usual-1
Iy hard enough to tax tho capacity of
the candidates thoroughly.
Owing to tho fact that In Amer
ican schools there nre many other
wise brilliant studontB without a
knowledge of Greek, there aro annu
ally a considerable number who are
not eligible to compete They do not
consider it worth while to take the
Greek when their chanco of passing
tho competition successfully Is by no
Under tho now regulations the stu
dent who has no Greek can tako tho
other examinations in any -caso. If
he is successful In those ho can then
propnre Ids Greek for entrnnco to Ox-
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ford. The new requirements do not
make Greek unnecessary for admis
sion under the Rhodes1 Trust. They
simply give tho American scholars
the right to study tho Greek after his
ability to enter is assured as far as
other requirements aro concerned.
Nine Month's Time.
The regular examinations will here
after be held In Decembeif. The
Greek examlnatlones for entrnnco to
Oxford aro regularly hold in Septem
ber. Tho student will thus have nino
months in whlqh to make up his
Greek requirements, which It is' bo
lioved is sufllclent for the average
student winner of the Rhodes prize.
At tho present timo Nebraska is
represented at Oxford by Samuel
Rinakor, a former University of Ne
braska student. Ho was appointed
two years ago.
"BILLY" ON JOB
(Continued from Pago 1) , t
ho has dblayed so long tho slgnln,;
up of a contract with Nebraska has
led the local athletic mentors to be
Hovb that he Is awaiting action at
According to tho nowB from Ann
Arbor tho question of chooslngla
successor to . Baird wlU soon bo
settled, ' probably within "a week or
two. It Is lkoly that' Co'ach Colo
will soon tell tho Nebraska board
whether ho will return hero next fall
or not: t F -
Want to Hear JBoon.
Tho local' authorities are anXioii3
to hear from him,' for if ho Is not to
como back they want to know it at
once that they may choose a roan to
take his place. If tho dqclsion Is' de
layed much' longer nil of tho good
football coaches In the country will
havo been hired and Nebraska will
have a hard timo getting a suitable
man to succeed "King" Cole.
The fraternity basoball men have a
committeo at work now drafting a
schedule for tho coming season. It
Is oxpocted this will bo ready, some
time next weok.
Just now the Greeks aro in a quan
dry as to what to do for a field on
which to play their game this spring.
They have three places opon which
they are now considering Antelope
park, tho state farm and tho Vino
street grounds. They desire to en
gago Antelopo park If possible, nnd
aro now trying to arrange with Mnn
agor Green for tho use of that field.
In caso they, fail to close up a deal
for Antelope park it Ib probable they
will have to fit up the Vine street
grounds, for tho dlstanco to the state
farm from tho university makes it
such an inconvenient place for going
to play baseball that many of the
Greeks do not wish to consent to
playing out there.
RALPH WEAVERLING WANTS JOB
Ex-class President Seeks Cornhusker
Ralph Weavorllng has announced
his candidacy for tho business man
agership of tho 1910 Cornhuskor, sub
ject to the decision of tho sophomore
class. Weaverllng Is running in op
position to V. C. Hascall, who started
'his campaign for the place Tuesday
I morning. Tho election may be held
next Tuesday, but It is likely that it
will bo postponed until such timo as
the aspirants for the place have timo
to better lino up their supporters.
Weaverllng entered tho university
in the fall of 1907, at which timo he
was olected president of the freshman
class. Ho engaged In a conflict with
tho university authorities over the
f kidnapping of Dale' Mc'Ponnld early in
the following spring and for that rea
son he removed to Kansas university
for tho semester. Ho returned to
Nebraska last fall. His home is in
The staff of "Siwush Chief," a hum
orous publlcatlqn nt- tho University of
Washington, havo been denied re
admittance by tho faculty.
BOT 8EM TO MEET TONIGHT
Symposium on Physiology the Sub
ject for Discussion.
The botanical seminar will meet
this evening In N, 107. Tho program
Will be a symposium on physiology
with Mr. Pool as. symposlarch. Fol
lowing are tho papers to bo read:
Physiology. of Stomata (a Toviow)
Some Probloms of -Plant Nutrition
Prof. Wilcox. , . -
Early Plnnt Physiology Prof.H Bes-
CARNEGIE PENSION BILL TODAY
State House Representatives to-Act
Tho Cnrnegio ponBlon bill asking
that tho University of Nebraska, bo
put on tho list of beneficiaries of
tho educational pension fund given
by tho stool magnate will be up fqr
consideration In the lower house of
the state legislature thls-'mornlng. It
is understood that thef debate will be
hot and that tho pension matter will
be thoroughly a live wire.
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TODAY'8 CONVOCATION PROGRAM
Recital by Mrs. Silence Dales-Knapp
To" Be Feature.
A ylolln recital by Mrs, Silence
Dnles..Knapp Is tho attraction at con
vocation this morning, Following Is
tho program: '
Sarabando ..,.,. '.. Sulzer
Valse Bluotto .,.,...', Leopold Auer
Cantique d'Amour ,.', Schutt
Calabrose .,..".......,.... . Bazzinl
Appassionato . i ...',.,,. ,', Ferraris
Caprlcclo Valse WJonlawaki
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