The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 22, 1909, Image 2

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PP.OPr.IlTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA
Lincoln, NoDraska.
CONVOCAT10NThursday, April 22
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Entered at tho postomce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
undor (he Act of Congress of March 8,
W79.
THURSDAY, APRIL 22. 1009.
Ivy Dny can only bo made a success
by tho co-oporntlon of nil classes in
the university. Tlie presidents of nil
Iho cInsseB have called meetings for
the nenr futuro to discuss plnns nnd it
is now up to tho students to do their
part by talcing sufilclcnt interest in tho
matter to nttond the class meetings.
Last year Ivy Dny proved to be one
of the most pleasant events of the
year and Jt is certainly important that
it be developed until it becomes firm
ly estnhllshed as a Nebraska Insti
tution. During the morning hours when
there niv the most classes at the uni
versity the number of students who
have to enter nnd leave buildings in
a short space of time lias resulted in
many cnaes in tho doorways becom
ing so jammed that it is nearly im
possible to get In or out.. Where this
results from tho fact that tho door
ways are too small, there can bo of
course no blame attached to anyone.
The truth is, however, that in many
cases where there aro doublo doors,
one of them Is locked shut and ovory-
sLLLLLLLfli sLiLLLr wwwwr r
II4I.O. Two Stores I4IS.O.
one Is forced to go through a Blngle
doorway. It would seem that It would
be possible to keep those doorways
open except in the most incloment
woathor. '
NEW NEBRA8KA FIELD.
This morning at tho meeting of tho
rogonts, definite action will bo taken
regarding Oio now athletic flold. Tho
general planto bo pursued In tho pur
chnso of lots and arrangement of the
field has heon informally determined
for several days, but this morning
formal action will bo taken by tho
board.
Tho fact that Nebraska will havo
some kind of an athletic flold for noxt
yc-nr has now. become a settlad one;
but the details as to the nrrangoment
of the field nnd the manner .In which
it shall be fitted up aro still undecided.
2ii . . .
it is now to be determined, whether
tho new field shall bo fitted up In a
jiiuiifiui. nun, win uv uuvijuuiu uiiu pur-
ananont or whethor conditions will be
such that tho authorities can only fit
" up a toiriporary Hold nnd loavo tho per
imanont Improvements to bo added at
' a later time.
. . Now that Nebraska has before It tho
, proposition of fitting up. a now Hold
every, effort should be mado to see
.that the improvements that aro being
' made on tlie now Hold shall bo per-
Memorial Hall
'if MfM
manent In their character nnd ade
quate to tho needs of a school of tho
size nnd importanco of NobraBkn. Do
cause of lack of money It has been
necessary in constructing many of the
buildings on tho campus and in mak
ing many othor Improvements to act
with n view of. having tho work com
plotod at some Intor time. Tho at
titudo 1ms resulted In crippling many
llnoB of activities at Nobraska and
can only have a similar offect upon
nthletlcs. In constructing the new
field let ub build tho very best we can,
but lot us. do what we do for all time.
Ono or tho Btircst Indications of the
standing of a school is to bo found
in the way athletics aro supported by
the students and In the manner in
which the athletic department has
been fitted up. Nebraska has been
hopelessly left in tho rear in this mat
ter by other western schools and the
time has come for ber to take the
Bame position In this regnrd that her
achievements hnve gnind for her In
evory other line.
Tl... ..!.. f tl.n ..... flr.1.1 ilflllnll la
i I iiu MUii Jiui luu nvn iiuiu nil iv. n iu
shown on the front page of today's Ne
braska!! makes provision not only for
football, but for all the other principal
sports at the university. A fino cinder
track would be provided, there would
lx rnnm for :i irnnd baseball diamond.
I and If so desired a place could also be
found for tennis courts. With proper
equipment such a field as this would
Ik- as good as could be desired and
onld give Nebraska athletics every
advantage which sister institutions
now possess. It is to be hoped that
I some plan can be devised whereby
I the new Nebraska field can be fitted
up in the way that It deserves.
PAINLESS PHYSICAL CULTURE.
Not contented with the progress of
modern sclenco and the achievements
of recent years the Daily Maroou of
tho University of Chicago proposes tho
IT'S HIGH TIME you fellows were
getting wise to my popular prices
stores. $2.50 and $3.50 Shoes. $2'.50
Hats and popular priced furnishings.
1141 -O and 1415 O.
idea of painless physical culture. Tho
plan is interesting because of Its nov
elty nnd Its lajtont possibilities. Hero
is how the Daily Maroon describes the
idoa.
"Dr Anderson, director of the Yale
gymnasium, has put forward tho en
tertaining and "highly acceptable
theory that a person can got exercise
not only by working, but by watching
somebody olso work. Dr. Anderson
in stating his views on tho subject
before tho American Physical Educa
tion association at Philadelphia tho
other day said, 'Tho mere observation
of physical tests and exercises will
produce unconscious but largely simi
lar effects on the onlooker as on tho
person actually engaged in the work.'
"Dr Anderson arrived at his conclu
sions after a sorlos of tests In which
ho made use of the men who had man
aged to get out of tho .regular gym
work, proving to his satisfaction that
tho arm muscles of each onlooker
worked unconsciously In unison with
those of the man at a lifting machlno,
tho result being perceptibly beneficial.
German psychologists In their Inves
tigations havo arrived at similar con
clusions, labeling tho reaction respon
sible for' the phenomenon 'olnfuehlen.'
"By all means lot lis havo our phys
ical culture administered by this pain
less method.' Lot lis fill the bleachers
Lat tho ball games and tho track meets
and have the satisfaction of knowing
that we are not only supporting tho
'varsity .team, but are indulging by
proxy In tho most healthful of exercises,
Eleven A.
TO GIVE GRADUATION RECITAL.
Miss Florence Chapman to Appear at
Temple Tonight.
Miss Florence Chapman of tho Uni
versity School of Music, student with
Mr. ChttH. P. II. Mills, will giro a re
cital for graduation, Thursday oven
lng, April 22, at tho University Tem
plo theater, at eight o'clock. The public
Is cordially invited. The following Is
the program:
OLD SONGS.
Caldara ( 1G70-171C) Come raggio dl
sol.
Bach (168Fi-17i"iO) Patron das macht
dor Wind.
('ampin ( 1600-1714) Charming But
terfly. OPERATIC SONGS.
Thomas Polonaise, from "Mignon."
Leoncavallo The Song of Musette,
from "La Boheme."
Napravnik Lullaby, from "Harold."
(Viola obllgato, Bernlcc Chambers.)
DelibCB Indian Bell Song, from
"Lakme."
MODERN SONGS.
Whelpley My Love Is Ever Thine.
All In a Garden-Green. I Know a Hill.
Hammond Im Itheln.
Brockwny The Humming Bird.
April. The Half Rising Moon.
Spross Jean. Thoughts of You.
LuForgc Expectancy.
Von Flelltz Trust.
Homer Sing Me a Song of the Lad
That Is Gone.
Haesche Love Song.
Mr. Mills at the piano.
Sophomore Class Meeting.
There will be a meeting of tho soph
omore class on Friday, April 23, at
i:00 i). m., to discuss Ivy Day plans.
The place of the meeting will be an
nounced In a later issue of tho Nebras
kan.. Junior Class Meeting.
. The Junior class -will meet Friday,
April 211, at r:00 p. m., In U. 10G to
discuss Tvy Day plans.
Happenings of the Past
ocvcii Tears uu.
Tho baseball .team left upon an ex
tended northorn trip. Tho greatest In
terest of the trip centered In tho two
games to bo played with Minnesota.
8lx Years Ago.
The Qleo Club had moro demands
for datos from tho towns of tho state
than it was ablo to fill. Entertain
ments wore given every week end
throughout tho state.
Five Years Ago.
Tho Nebraska girls' basketball team
defeated Minnesota in Lincoln by the
score of' 30 to 18. This was almost
a reversal of tho scoro of a game
played by the teamB two months
earlier in Minneapolis.
Three Years Ago.
Complaint was mado that spring
football practice was not receiving
proper support. About thirty men
were trying out.
One Year Ago.
Issue, of the Dally Nebraskau was
devoted to tho interests of tho Qloe
Club. A concert was given by tho
cjub at tho Oliver and drew a' large
crowd.
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Freshman Class Meeting.
There will .be a' mooting of the
freshman class on Friday, April 23, at
5:00 p. "m in -Memorial hall to dis
cuss Ivy Day plans.
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Room Seven,
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