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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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undor tho Act of Congress of March 3,
THURSDAY. MAY 0 1900.
CONVOCATION -Thursday, May 6
Prof. Laurence Fossler
"Vacation Rambles in Europe"
Eleven A. M.
TO GIVE RECITAL AT TEMPLE
AN IDEAL IVY DAY.
Willi Ideal weather to graco tho
event the second real Ivy Day or tho
university has become u matter of his
tory. With a moro general Interest
on the part or not only tho senlorB
hut the underclassmen as woll, the
day bids fair to become In a few yeara
a real university custom.
Those In charge or the affairs yes-'
terday, desorvo tho highest praise for
the way ovorythlng was carried off.
It was a day which the senior class
may long reniomher and of which they
may Justly bo proud, ir tho class
next year Is able to make as big an
Improvement ovor this Ivy Day as
1 ho seniors of thlH year have done
over all others that havo been held,
wo will Indeed soon have nn annual
ovont to which every student can look
lorward with pleasure.
Mies Zumwlnkel to Finish at 8chool
of MubIc Tonight.
Miss Louisa Zumwlnkel of tho Uni
versity School of Music, student with
Airs. Will Owen Jones, will glvo a
poHtgraduato recital this evening at 8
o'clock In the University Temple The
atre. The public Is cordially Invited.
Following is the program:,
ChopinSonata, Op. 35. Crave
Dopplo movlmonto, Scherzo, Funeral
Bach-D' Albort Prelude and Fugue,
Dvorak In the Old Castle.
Schubert-Liszt Hark. Hark the
MacDowell Poem, Op. 31, No. G.
Liszt Concerto, E Hat, Allegro
Maestoso, Quasi Adagio, Allegretto
Vivace,. Allegro Marzlalo Animate
Orchestral parts on second piano
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ADOPT LESS STRINGENT RULES
At the election held In the city or
Lincoln Tuesday the decision of the
voters by a handsome majority that
the city should In the future prohibit
the Bale of Intoxicating liquors was an
Indication that Lincoln appreciates Its
duty to tho university., Tho result of
tho election Is an Indication that con
ditions In Lincoln are constantly grow
ing moro favorable ror the develop
ment or a great university.
One of tho strongest arguments
against tho university has been that
University of Washington Makes It
Easier to Get "W's."
RuIob ror earning "W's" in rootball,
baseball and track were made much
less strlngest by new rulings of the
board of control at the University of
In rootball, throe full halves will
bring a "W" Instead of live, as form
erly. If a man is injured in a game
so as to be removed from the Held.
A full half will be counted for him
and Tor the man who suocdeds him.
In baseball If live or less Inter
collegiate games are played, a "W"
can be earned only by participation'
in twenty-seven innings. If more than
live games are played participation in
three will be deemed sufficient. For
live or less games, participation in
pitched games are sufficient.
In track, four points In a dual meet
( will win a "W" instead- of five as
Thursday, G "Vacation Rambles In
Europe" with otereoptican, by
Professor Lawrence Fossler.
Thursday, G. Post graduate recital,
Miss Zumwlnkel, Temple Theatre,
8:00 p. m.
Friday, 7. Company 13 Hop, Walsh
Friday, 7. "Tho Eearthquake and
Relief Work In San Francisco,"
with Btereoptican by Professor
Lucllo Eaves. Convocation, Tem
plo Theatre, 5:00 p. m.
Friday, 7. Phi Beta Kappa initiation.
Tuesday, 11 Junior Program. Convo
cation Memorial Hall, 11:00 a. m.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lecture, State
Problems in Wisconsin," A. G.
Haraol; "Utilization in Wiscon
sin," J. C. Kottridge, N7 at 7:30
Friday, 14. High School Day. No
classes excused during tho day.
Saturday, 15. Freshman 'Hop, Fra
Saturday, May 15. Baseball Drake
University vs. Nebraska, 9:30
Friday, 21 Pan Hellenic Ball. Audi
Tuesday, 25. Forestry lecture: "For
est Types In tho Philippines,"
"Bill" Pagaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in the Philippines," M. Lazo.
Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Get Those Tasty Togs
Sinco Spring has nearly arrived the Fountain will
be ono of tho features of tho Folsom Bakery.
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thing we servo you in our Soda Water, Ico Cream,
Punches and Delicatessen Lunch Department. "Wo
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Friday, May 7
Happenings of the Past
Seven Years Ago.
Nebraska was given the unanimous
ighteen innings will bcTsuHlclent. If verdict or the Judges In one minuto
more than live games are played, two at tho Missouri-Nebraska debate at
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there existed a large amount of " . u uuuu points in a m
drunkenness among the student body. nsulnr Instead of four.
Except In unusual eases this opinion
has not been Justified but the adop- . A auccesstul outing was held by the
freshman law class Tuesday afternoon
nun in Hiui.iuinuii .,, ..- v.i., ,.,..o ut Antoiope park. About fifty mem
bers of the class attended the picnic,
I )ii t t ilo nin-itiUiitir Piin ttn Irttl triiV n "
The existence of prohibition in Lin
coln will make much more simple for
tho university authorities the problem
of enforcing the regulations concern
ing the use of liquor by the studonts.
There are very few among the stu
dent body who will be willing to go
the lengths necessary to got liquor
with prohibition In force. The exist
ence of prohibition will moan that
such cases of drunkenness as como
before the university authorities can
easily bo handled, and the rules of
the university enforced.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB FORMC.D
New Organization at the Univerglty of
With the old Montana club as a"
nucleus for membership, a Rocky
mountain club was formed rocan tly at
tho University of Wisconsin amlJat
' great enthusiasm and Interest. Tho
sons of tho mines and ranges, who
are twenty-five in numbor, all hall
from, tho real Wost, from beyond tho
prairies, from what tho novells't calls
''God's country." Colorado, Montana,
Wyoming, Now "Mexico, Arizona and
tho coast states are represented, Ex
tbnsjye pjans for tho future wore
formulated, among whlcn waB tho ae-
' curing of a club house next year. It
isintended to affiliate with various'
.similar Roqky Mountain cjubs at other
taking a special car to Epworth park
In the afternoon three games or ball
were played, finally resulting In S.
P. Dobbs team winning the cham
pionship. About 5 o'clock prepara
tion were begun for supper, and after
considerable delay a meal consisting
of weenies, potatoes, sandwiches,
pickles and Ico cream cones was
served. Cigars woro circulated jn
abundance. Dean Costigan anivod on
his blcyclo just in timo to miss tho
lunch. Jean Cobboy was in charge of
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Columbia. Missouri's case was com
Six Years Ago.
Varsity baseball team defeated Knox'
by the score of 0 to 2. Nebraska won
three out of four games played on the
Five Years Ago.
York was selected as the place
ror the annual cadet encampment.
Four Years Ago.
Class scrap between the treshuian
and sophomores resulted In a com
plete victory for freshmen.
Three Years Ago.
Manager Morrison of Nebraska ath
letics announced that either Wiscon
sin or Chicago would be placed on tho
football schedule for tho next year.
One Year Ago.
The Dally Ncbraskun printed a
doublo column article deqlniing that
Thela Nu Epsllon was seeking to dupo
the fraternities in tho matter of elec
tion of students to tho athletic board.
FUND FOR DR. ELIOT GROWING
Subscription for the Harvard Presi
dent Now $130,000.
Subscriptions to the Dr. Charles W.
Eliot fund have been received from
about 2,000 graduates of Harvard uni
versity and others and at this time
amounts to nbout $130,000.
The committoo in charge hopes the
fund will be $150000 by May 19
when PresldoirKEriot vacates his of
Tho subscriptions thuWar received
have been placed in thermnds of
Charles Francis Adams, G. M. Lane,
and F. L. Higginson, trustees to invest
and hold for the benefit of President'
Eliot, and, after .his death, his wid
ow's. It is understood that tho fund
will oventually pass to Harvard university,
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