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SOME fURTtlE RESTRICTIONS
DRE88 AFFAIRS MUST CONFORM
7JQ THE SYSTEM.
Fraternity House Parties Must Be
Officially Chaperoned and No
Women Can Be Received Un
less Properly Accompanied.
By a series of rulCB yesterday made
public, university social affairs aro
subjected toa few additional rostric
lobsand all the present rules receive
the sanction of a senate social com
mittee. The new rules were posted
yeBtorday and attracted consldTsrabTo
attention among the student bpdy.
jfhoy nre signed by Mrs. Barkley, ad
flBor to Women, na se6rd"tary of tho
committee, nnd havp the approval of
Chancellor Avery as evidenced by his
The chief point wherein tho now
rules differ from those laid down In
the past by Sirs. Barkley1 are" that
they declare that all parties, formal
or Informal, must close at midnight.
Heretofore formal parties have been
allowed to holbV past tho midnight
fiour, a though all others were closed
Another new rule states that all
parties held In men's fraternity
Wises af 'which women are present
must be "officially" chaperoned. This
Is a new rule which has nevertheless
upon followed quite generally in the
past, save that tho chaperones have
hot been "official." Another regula
lion provides that young ladies can-
ot do receiveq in mens iraierniiy or
qdging hoUses unless chaperoned.
Tho findings of , the committee in
detail are" as follpws:
fi "All university functions (as dis
tinguished frota departmental clubs
such as Botany, Chemistry,' English,
Latin, etc.) will bo held on Friday and
"All university parties, formal or
informal, will close not later than
"All parties will be officially chap
"lo university function will be
held .prior to the Cancellous recep
tion." Reiterates Segregation.
"The residence of men and women
In the same lodging-house (as dis
tinguished from families) is not ap
proved and not, as a rule, permitted.
1A landlady rooming women stu
dents is expected to provide for their
use until 1Q: 30 ''Friday, Saturday, aUd
Sunday evenings, or on two of those
eyonlngs, a reception room properly
Vanned and lighted.
"Women students in these houses
will receive gentlemen callers only on
the evenings nameil and only in the
"Young ladies will not he received
In toon's lodging houses or fraternity
"The chaperone will bo approved by
the Dean of Women and IviH be held
responsible' to her for house rules, f '
"Men -calling' may boV received, on
Friday, Saturday or Sunday evenings.
i0:30 p. m.
not remain later than
"Parties may be' given oh' Friday
and Saturday evenings only, 'and must
clqsenot ter than 120 imidnignl
"All parties in men's fraternity
houses wherewomen are inyj6d will
be officially chaperoned aiid twlll close
hot'later than 12:00 midnight
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ThMy FOn KN8A8. iih ni,,v TnunndiWIttffi d H,mm.n duvorcd uJFieifH
;Tennls -Tftam Stands Good Show of
WTO rt eet i
This hftbrh6on, at ohd o'clock, the
Kansas, whore they will meet tho Jay
hkwke.rs tgrnorrojr an.d'Patwrdar" The'
team is in splendid condition and hog
big bhhiices to wlri fi6ni KAnhdh thfe
tHo team which will play tomorrows;
ajid Saturday c?nslats of Weavgrjlng;
manager; Flower, Smith, and Hub
pelK '!These map ar$ nil plaisoy plaT
era and if the goddess deplgtis to Aa
much, as gldfice oitr vay ttift'wllf win
from KansaB. They have no easy
Di"9,posii.gn at Lawrpnco, however.
The Kansas team is made up of veterans-who
have already gone through
a good Beason of play. r
Besides playing a number of games
In Missouri, they haVe just returned
from a week's trip through Oklahoma
where they gained a reputation for
swift, snappy tonnis. The Jayhawker
team will probably be: WatBon, Wood,
Farnsworth, and Blglow.
Friday afternoon Smith and Hub
bell will probably meet Wood and
Watson ana Woaverllng and Flowers
will play agalnBt Farnsworth and
Blglow In the contest in doubles. Sat
urday four contests In singles will
conclude the meet.
TO COMPLfeTfe THE FOUNTAIN
Will Now Be Pushed and Gift
Work on the drinking fountain pre
sented to tho university by tho class
of 1909 was re-started yesterday and
it Is expected that the fountain wifl
be ready for use within a day or two.
Tho work has been delayed by ttyg
non-arrfyal of certain materials need
ed for the foundation, but these are
now here and there is nothing to
hinder prompt execution of the woric
by the contractor. ""
The fountain has already boon de
scribed in tho Nebraskan. It had
been Intended to haye It complete
two weeks ago, but an unavoidable
delay prevented the completion of the
work in time for tho Iyy Day exer
cises at which time the gift was for
mally presented to the university.
The members of tho Palladian Lit
erary society will meet in "Pal" hall
in the Temple next Friday evening.
The program will be in charge of
alumni members of the organization.
It has also been announced that there
will be at least one more meeting of
the society before the cIobo of school.
Dean Fordyce of the Teachers' Col
lege, goes to Clay Center this evening
to deliver the commencement address
before the high school. The dean has
similar engagements with ten differ;
ent high schools over the state.
The members of the classes in
physical Education 13 and 14 will
meet for the last tjme jfriday after?
noon. Delinquencies may be made up
by attending classes In other divisions
and reporting to the instructor.
The members of tho class in Pollt
ical Economy 1 have completed their
study of the text and will review the
subTect' until the end of next week,
when the final examination will be
Mr. Baker, from the Ohio Wealeyan
university, was visiting at the Beta
The5i'rg ffeltg thefirf 'ofthl
weelc Mr. Baker was on his way to
Denver, Colo. F
Senator C. A.Rahdali of. Newman
Is a member of the Alpha Phi sororlt:
Vi " ffl OT' P
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irson, ox-iyuv, was a cam-
pus visitor yesterday.
uioye, sijoui.1 S viuiiHg his uuysmori
IKJ rally tomorhk
RWSP TO ABOU8E ENTHUSI
ASM FOB KANSAS MEET.
MtoUM&i Bwepr WIPy
Work .of Men at the Missouri-Kansas
Meet 8erve to Fill Lawrence
People With the 8nlrlt of
Special plans are belngr laid totiiako
the big rally In Memorial hall tomor
row (Afternoon at 6 o'cibck one of the
best ever held at this school. '8bvoral
good speakers have consented to be
on hand with the right klrid of ora
tory. Thp cadet bafad also Jvih be
there to let out lots of its latest
Manager Eager is urging all stu
dents to attend this meeting, for he
believes they will become filled with
the kind of erithuslaBtii that wll be
needed to beat the Jayhawkers. He
wants the girls to bo on hand in large
numberB as well as tfio boyB. '
The Kansas students and trac ath
lotes, since their victory over Missouri
last Saturday, are feeling pretty
cheBty and they believe they are go
ing to win from Nebraska. They are
the strongest this season in many
ypara and they hppe to be able po
win from Dr. dlapp's men by a small
First Victory in History.
The following account of what they
did Saturday will show about how
strong the Jayhawkers ar:
"For the first time In the history
of track relatlopB betwepn the two
schools, the Jayhawkers got away in
winning form and pulled a victory
from the Tigers on McCook Held,
twelve points in the lead. The final
score was sixty-four and one-half, to
fifty-two and one-half. The meet was
ciose from the beginning, arid ihe
220-yard hurdles, iii which Kansas
took- both first and second, tied the
meet and made it evident that tho
time had com for K.'U. to win. The
crowd went wild when Meyer took
first in tho hammer, putting Kansas
in the lead with tho score forty-flye
to forty-three. Then Missouri got two
places i nthe two-mile, while Kansas
took both places in the broad jump,
first in the high jump and annexed
the relay n good style, finishing an
epoch-making event from the It. U.
point of view.
Track Was Heavy.
"The track was heavy and slow
from tho Incessant rains and no rec
ords wpro touched in the track vents.
Meyer broke theK. U. record in the
hammer throw by Adding sey'en inches
td thb record made by Putnam in 'l'oV,
at. 14i feet 1 Inchi. Coach Iagerman's
pupils came up to the scratcti for the
first time. The only thing that the
Jayhawkers had hoped tp gqt that
failed was the place in the discus
that Winter was slated for after his
performance two weeks ago, over four
fflet abpye the record today. Hager
nian had, slated a ijetter pjacp in the
quarter and another accident to the
Kansas teani -was the loss of Perriil
by sickness a, few ddys figp. These
tljlflgs, ejen up jp certain extent 'he
l??ses that MJssfluri claims, and ip is
evident that in any event it would
have been an interesting meet.
Steele Ran Great Race.
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periormances oi steeie, tno.Tiger race
f' Steele, the. Tiger race
horse, in the two-mile, and the win-
racesever run, on. McCook field,
wood, Talbot, Ford and Snuck ran for
Missouri and Newborn, Haddock, .far-
Bbopd for Kansas. Talbot, M. U., took
a llt'tlo lead otf IoWbold, but MarUn
doll, for Kansas, closed It in ono of
ISS RT8&J8SHSM Yer m SH.4 Sg1
ton Incronsed It Bubstantlally up to
law sa) afypr'the "medt that! h6'at
trbfUtpd' the .defeat tb Ihe accid8ht to
ns te,am. captain Shannoh Douglas
of thp Tiger, teaitn, 'ont'out'of the
meet by Injuries, took It philosophld
alljr." ' " ' ''
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AW.PMfik chapel ppop
ffir- tltVY lk?r o Appear at ,Qon-
One of the Jast niuHlcal programs
of. the year wU bo given this morn
ing when Mr. Sidney Sllber of the
UnlveraUy School pf MubIc will gve
a piqno recital at ooypcatlon. T-hp
program will be hplp; in the Tpmpfc
theatre, contrary tq soyeral announcer
raents that have been made rp.cpptly
to tho effect that it would be giypn,
in Memorial Hall.
Mr. Silber's prpgram has been an
nounced as follows:
Overture tq the Twenty-ninth
ChUrch Cantata ............
Gavotte Antique '.... .Erich Wolff'
First Movement of "Bine Llobes-
novelle BHch Wolff
Barcarolle, Op. 39, No. 1 . . IjescheUzky
Wedding March and Elfin Chorus
from "A Midsummer Night's
PROFESSOR 8TUFF AT TEMPLE.
Y. M. C. A. Will Give Committeemen's
A good crowd was present last even
ing to hear Profebsor Stuff talk at
the Y. M. C. A. meeting. The' topic
of the prpfesspr's address was ".One
of the Ways of Bringing Things to
PasB." In general his theme waa that
of thp dpvelopniRnt of tfce individual
After the meeting the cabinet mpt
and decided upqn the. d,ate ?or e
"Committeeman's Feed." This will
bo heldf Saturday evenmg in Ihp Red
Room of 'the cl'y assoplatlon and al
tho mepbers of the' cabinet and their
committees will be present, besides
these, the new advisory board will al
so attend. At this time, the policies
of each committee for the work of
the coming year will be read.
Albert Aron, who took his master's
degree in thp German depdrtrndni, last
year, and who has. since eid the po
sition efr fellow ikstrUctor In'thovJviis
corisih statd .university, bas Just been
appointed alternate Ottendorfe'r 'Fef
fow'of 'te diversity' of j n5W York.
T'Bls evidently gives blrn1 an "excellent
chance to have 'chief rank In the from
patltibh 'rfor the bttendprfer1 fellow
riiiip, a very desirable ositionf 'since
it entitles the reclpIerit'Tto 'study a
yedry abroad " " ' v'
The menibers of the University
Agricultural" cTub held its' last'm'eetiBg
iuo .peia its last meeting
v. kuu J V(V iUI
f'JS 5S!i'NrPcatioiii for ex
ce was good and the Ab b,JLi.uUJ '1;" - -wmi j, iti. v ?
A11nnM U-i- j..-'- liTLj -!' '.??'
luiiuniuft yuyvio wore reiiu Dy mem
bers of the club: "Dairying," by Wil
liam Forbes; ""Argentine 'Republic,"
by George Hunimei:f 'FoilowYngTtho
progriitii a' short' business 'meeting was
held and p'lans were proposed 'for a
banqUet to. be''heid In twoweeks.'
The annual sprlnjg foray of the
mciinbers of the'Semt tibt'will beheld
ne'ifc ' Saturday m'drningt May 22. Tlie
foray will' be -'iAtten to : Weeping
water, Kebr Anyone Intrealed In
bofany Is ihvlted'tb Join the '-pift$
tHo ''trip will bb made dver th'Mis-
sourl. Pacific railroad, leaving, Lincoln
at 7:40 a. m. and
r3 fi ?;25
ft m;V ! T f
Price 5 Cent
MM BCApr "BC
t-P HUNDRED NINETY-N(E feXT
CU8ED FROM DRILL'.
REASONS f OK AISENCE
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MANY PLEAD POVERTY-OTHERS
iJ6r Stringent snd Careful Examina
tion of Applications to Ellmln- "
att injustice Is to k in- ; ,.
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stltuted Next Year.
Xwp bndred apd nnoy-nlne me
excysod from military drill. WbyT
ftplgi.ous scrupjes, poyprty, athletics,
choruB, and physical disability. Some
one bf tho above answers is tacked
on to 299 excuses which bayo 'boon
fantod Jn fbo military department
."ng.tbp past year. 7lff7Tf. f
.At tljp present time three hundred
men are drilling; Thus, there is oiJ
9W W drilling, fhaV tljp number
whjch have J?ppn. excusgd. Of cojr
W W W P?cusea inpjudp manjr
who w9re granted rpprjoves for only
one semes-tor, yet it is a queer coin
cidence that the number excused
Bhpuld come wltHiii one''o? tho ndniber
drilliiifg. ' ' ' .!-,,.,..
These excuses, according to the feg
ulatloris, could only be granted upok
ono of five reasons. Religious scruples,
poverty, athletibs, chorus, and physi
cdl disability are the only grounds up
on which a student may become ex
empt from military service. Ot theae
thd religious scruples and poVert
seemed to be tho most frequent in
the pase;pf pqverty, the excuses were
aSHfJ1 Hanid on U,e grpuncjs hat
ft 8d.8Hf a k9 Jo t.09 fliuch(9HtsWe
Wf to earn, hjg wa tbroug school
??W 215 W? RWted ofl they
' $W? Sga n9?t fflth fj. Thesf
men were either excused for (optbail
or fc rular 'varsity $ am
c.flU8ff of 2.9 ore exc,use Jjpjng gjanfc
ed, a Yftfipty o yeajpng bpin incjudjed
n thes npicjtigns. Ohpj-us. aa.
reason for an excuse from &!l!J!iSQ?T8f l-
successful in only tf casei tftese .
B,teeB the ezcuieg wer.e only aaftt. v
ef B Q haa'f 8j ?$$W aelectloi .
f rm a number of apant.
To Be More Stringent '
It was given Out last evening "ft
;.Ui.-i ri.'- .-: u viw-t mh
moreoUndspjr exeptfon fef this
i-edulrement- 'th'a'n ' fcAvlVntf;,iP di.
totion; is'-n'of Sade olfcKrfgfiS.
lii: before 'it! granted considerabg
falrnel's lsedon!X' 'IkwJfrJSSL
Urftf '.Uii iT n 35a ft inoloTT
miWftoi pcabiljtf as4'a
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referred: to the physl
o will giVe' WoiAi
. uuotiui wuu wiu, give we appi
cant a thorough examination and the
ommendation. The "0xCUsB8r fbr reli
gioMsor conscientious acrHples will
bQrfeafter require, a afffckvib '
Int the paBt the stateineat of .the ap
plicant it he Was of age, 0 the state
irieat of his pareatg aufflced. All of
the applications, ofi aay grouhd what
ever will Xinflergo mora okrefdl .sCrti-tiay-in
the fdtUfe, so as toJmsbrtf'bei8
fect fairneasr to allparties-fncerae.
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