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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1910)
Vol IX. No. 56.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
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GLEE CLUB CONCERT
TONIGHT AT TEMPLE
ODERLIN COLLEGE ORGANIZA
TION ON ANNUAL TOUR.
BASKETBALL FIVE TO
START ON FIRST TBIP
A OOOt) PROGRAM IS PROMISED
Wlllard Kimball, Director of School or
Musk, Has Good Words for Or
ganization of Young Men,
Tonight music lovers-of tha unlvor
slty will have tho opportunity of hear
Int the Oberlln College dloo Club
which will give a concert In tho Tom
plo theater. Tho club comes to Ne
braska highly recommended and their
concort Bhould provo a valuable ad
dition to tho list of university enter
tainments. In tho program for tho concort to
night will bo found songs of real ar
tlstlc "merit, athletic songs peculiar vto
Oberlln, and a number of student
Hongs. In Dio varloty of tho program
full opportunity Is afforded for the dis
play of tho 'qualities which have won
for tho club their high position In the
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Cornhusker Athlets Leave Tomorrow
WILL MEET KANSAS COMPETITORS
Aggies at Manhattan and University
Men at Lawrence to Be Oppon
ents In Three Game Series.
where lt gave a really notable concert
to a crowded house.
"As disclosed by this program, the
club was found to consist of a num
ber of agreeable voices, cultivated
beyond the wont of college gleomon,
and tralhed as well for effects of deli
cacy as of strength. The spirit and
flniBh of the choral work made a moBt
WASHINGTON MEN CELEBRATE.
A Notable Club.
During the past ten years the club
has visited tho largo cities In nearly
every state In tho union and every
where they have met with an enthus
iastic recoptlon. BeBldes visiting Lin
coln several times they have appeared
at'Otttaha, Hastings; Grand Island, and
Fremont in this stato.
Tho club comes to Nebraska under
tho auspices of the students volunteer favorable Impression.'
band. Tho proceeds from the enter- f
talmnent will ba devoted to a fund for
the purposo of sending various dele
gates to conventions, Tho monoy will
be loaned to the delegates and thus
become a permanent fund for this pur
pose. The best recommendation tho club
cam receive for a university audience
te given ,by Wlllard Kimball, an'old
OfcetUn College 'Graduate and present
iHractorrf the university school of
anisic; who Bays:
!As tho conservatory of music In
connection with Oberlln college has
btoa fojr many years one of tho strong
estrin 'tho country the lee club natur
ally reflects tho work done In thlB
school. It has always received the
greatest encouragement from tho fac
ulty, and Its leaders have always been
fine musicians. The program which Is
presented' this; year Is .one which will
appeal -Wfaje -student body and con
tains a great variety of- compositions.
Regardless of-iho fact that the pro
coeds are for the benefit of the Y. M..
0. A. tho, program is ojMntrinslc merit,
and this; concert shpuld receive the
hoarty support-of university men and
Given Good Words.
Tho press reports from various parts
of the country contain nothing but
praise for tho .work of the club. Tho
Chicago Inter-Ocean says: "Thoso who
attonded the concort given by tho Ob
orlln College Glee Club expecting ai
ordinary College boys' Blng-song were
surprised. Those who anticipated an
evening of horse ,play and musical
pranks were agreeably disappointed.
To the credit of the Oberlln boys, be
It aad, they rendered a high cIubb
prpgram In a decidedly artistic man
ner, and a largo and fashionable audi
ence signified Its complete approval of
the Innovation by demanding an en
coro to every number on the list."
The New York Evening Mall, in
speaking of tho club says: "Between
seeing Now York by automobile,
lunching In Chinatown, exploring the
Italian and Jewish quarters, supping
ut the Cafe Boulovard and projecting
a trip to Ellis Island, thp'&Oborlin Col-
'logo Glee Club, twentyJ8trongf found
Obezlin College Qlee Club
ABOLISH ALL RUSHING
THE8E FEATURE8 OF RESOLU
TIONS OF WOMEN'S ADVISERS.
THE (ONfEREKCE TAKES ACTION
Judge Snell Entertains Nebraskans at
His Tacoma Home.
Tho University of Nebraska Seattle
Club met with Judge 8nell of Tacoma
on tho evening of December 17 and re
port a very pleasant session. A spe
cial car left Seattle at G:1G for Taco
ma lor the benefit of the Nebraskans,
returning in time to .catch the last
cars out of Seattle. " ""
Judge Snell Is one of the two first
graduates of the university and he
is still a loyal alumnus, despite his
abBenco of nearly forty years from ac
tive life on the university carapua.
The session nt Judge Snell'a home
was the first anniversary of tho annual
bannuet held In 1908 at the Hotel
Washington, when Professor Posslor
addressed the club. At that time ho
presented tho club with a bronze seal.
There 1s a movement on foot to make
this date, December 17, permanent as
the annual, gathering of tho club.
University Women Meet in Chicago
I and Adopt Statement of Needs
for State Institutions.
CHANCELLOR ATTENDS MEETING.
Avery Present at Association of
Chancellor Samuel Avery is at Madi
son, Wisconsin, attending tho annual
meeting of tho association of Ameri
can universities. Dr. .Avery will be. ab
sent until tho latter part of tho week.
Ho will not appear on the program,
but will h&vo a part In -the discussion
of the Important questions to come be
fore thd session.
August Haflenow to Favor University
8tudents With Recital.
University students are to be espe
cially favored at Convocation Thurs
day by a violin recital by August Hag
enow, The .program will bo as fol
lows: Gartenmelodit Schumann.
Mlnuett In G Beethoven.
Fantasto Caprice VIeuxtomps,
time to appear at tho fAstor gallery
of the Waldorf-Astoria'' last night home!
Your car fare Would pay for a nice
lunch at the Boston Lunch. Why go
Miss Allco Ensign, adviser to
Women, has returned from Chicago,
whero she attended during vacation,
the fourth conference of the deana and
advisers of women of Btato .universi
ties. At this meeting some Important
matters were acted upon, although tho
entire action of tho conforenco Is whol
ly advisory. Its decreoB hnvo no bind
Tho conforenco reaffirmed tho reso
lutions of the procpdlng conference,
and In addition adopted eight further
propositions. It declared itself in fa.
fpr of a still moro careful and compre
hensive supervision of tho work of stu
dents during the freshmnn year. 1(
whb apparent that tho advisers be
jloved thoroughly In close faculty con
trol of first year students.
More Technical Courses, .
A recommendation was passed fa
voring the Jn.qreaso, In both juimbor
and varloty of technical courses of
Interest to women, such as courses In
homo economics, dairying, poultry hus
bandry. Journalism, philanthropy, li
brary work, business management, etc.
Tho conforenco emphatically favored
tho establishment of university resi
dence halls, otherwlso known as dor
mitories, wherever possible. It was
believed that these Institutions were
an eBBentlal convenience for college
women, especially urn me coniorenco
condemn exhorbltant laundry rates,
Which "put a tax upon cleanliness."
Private dormitorleB should bo under
Would Stop Rushing.
It was further resolved "tliat soror
ity houses should stand in as closo a
relation as posslblo to tho university
through the co-operation of students
ond chaperones; that It is recommend
ed that no fraternity conventions bo
held during term time; that we con-
qur with the national Pan-Holepc .as
sociation in recommending sophomore
pledging, tho abolition of, rushing, and
nj scholarship requirement far member
ship In fraternities.
"That satisfactory progross has been
made In the segregation of womon. stu
dents in approved houses; (that thoro
should bo sanitary inspection of all
lodging Iiouscb; thnt tho social cub
toms In such Iiousob should bo ap
proved by tho unlvorslty; and that
womon Btudcnts should bo pormlttod
to llvo only In such approvod hoitBos.
"That tho unlvorslty employ a
woman physician to mafte a tliorpugS
physical examination of all entering
studonts and prospribo corrective
work whorover nocossary, and tli$t
such physician glvo d thorough' dourso
of instruction In hyglono; and tho
pniploymont of a visiting nurso Is also
M'CLEAN IS IN FAVOR OF IT.
former Chancellor Has Faith in Uni
it Is not a-y.iln hopo that somo day
a universal- tongue, such as tho much
talked of Esperanto is touted to bo,
mny bo realized, according to Presi
dent Georgo E. MncLean of tho Unt
vorBlty of Iowa formorly chancellor of
Nebraska, who addressed tho mooting
of tho central division of tho Modern
ianguago astoclatloq of America.
ProBidont MacLean laid much stress
upon tho phonetics of language and
while not putting tho stamp of appro
val upon tho RooBovoltlun spoiling, ho
commended tho trend of tho efforts In
no uncertain tones. Tho langungo men
from tho leading unlvorsltles of many
surrounding states, who had come to
gether to'dlscusB their favorito ton
gues, were unprepared for tho sugges
tion that they consider tho attainment
of a new and universal language. Pres
ident MacLean In a moro academic
voln declared that tho .sclentlflo study
of languages had settled onco and for
all tho quarrel between, tho ancients
and tho moderns, for It had established
that they wore, aftor all, of ono family.
Thursday morning tho basketball
toam will Btart Houth on tholr first
trip of tho season. Throo games will
bo played, ono with Mnnhattnn Thurs
day night, and on Friday and Satur
day tho CornluiHkcrs will moot tholr
old rivals, tho JayhawkorB.
TIiIh trip will mark tho opening of
tho season or 1010. Captain Perry Iuih
a good bunch of mntorlal nnd undor
tho tutorship of Coach Howltt it ban
boon well dovoiopod. Klvo of thlr
year's toam are "N" mon, and throo
of thorn played rogular all last sonnon.
Tho threo regulars of laBt yonr's toam
loft over for this yoar aro Captain Por-i
ry, PotraBhok and Wood, alt throo fast
agresfllvo playorB, who ought to do
groat work on this yoar's toam. Tho
othor two "N" men, Schmidt and In
goraoll, may alao bo callod voterans,'
both of them having soon consldorablo
sorvico last yoar.
Good Dunch of 8ubi. ''
Uosldo thoBo flvo playora "' - four
others will mako tho trip. Thoso' men
aro Hutchinson, D. Mitchell. Jones, and
Hlltnor, all four classy players. With,
such a squad to piok from, It 1 a ifttlo
doubtful who will bo selected as regu-,
iars. tiio urunt or tnose nrst three
contostB will IJkoly fall on Petraihek
a comer, ferry-ana ingorsoii guards,
and Wood forward, with, a toss-up be
twoon Schmidt, Jonos and Mltch'aJI.
for tho other position a fprward ,
with tho chancos slightly favprjug .
Schmidt. Mitchell can also bo usod as
a guard. Hlltnor will rollovo Potraskbt '
at contor In caso of accldonL, , Last '
year "Pat" had to hold do,w.n ,thp Job",
all by hlmnclf and tho Btronuous.work
told on him, especially durlqg jtbjO '
grind of some of tho long trjps, yith
Hlltnor as spb, tho contor position will
bo well takon caro of. Wbatovqr hap
pens It Is a cinch that all nlnp men, will
got Into tho gnmo on the trip, and It
1b oxpocted that with tho Jayha,wHors,
NEBRASKA MEN WERE LEADERS.'
T." H. Matters, and Ed. Johnson Sang
With Harvard Glee Club.
During the vacation period two fort
mer Nebraska men, T. H. Matters and
Ed Johnson, wero members of the Har
vard gleo, club, which mado a tour
of the east. Tho club c'anio as far
west'as Chicago and gave concerta.Jn
tho principal cities eh route.
Tho Nebraska men wero leaders In
tho club. At the big concerts of thq
tour lw New York City, Johnsb'had a
soio part wuicn -receivea vigorpus en
cores, At tho same performance John
son and Matters 'sang Jl duet, which
brought their recall for other selec
at loast, thoy will havo tholr hands
full. m ' '"
Must Beat the Jayhawkers.
fTho contest at Manhattan, Thursday
night Is not considered a hard -ono,
and is not worrying the managomont ,
much. It Is difforont with Kansas,
however. With a strong toam of vot
orans on the floor Kansas Is, going to .
provo, as sho always does, a worthy ;
opponent, Llko her rival Nebraska,
sho has flvo letter men back, throo of ;
them bojng regulars. Kansas ,1s tho t
team tho Cornhuskors are, .most anx-.
IoUb to defeat. Captain Perry .made his t
vow last fall when the , Jayhawkers
humbled tho scarlet and cream, In foot ;
ball, that he would get his. revenge..
"Walt until we get at them in has?.'
ket-ball," he said. The opportunity,
will soon be at hand for tbe.Cornhuskv'
era to mako the Jayhawkers bite-jtho
dust. An even break at a,wjrenco ,
woula- be considered In the light Of- a
victory, but Nebraskans aro clamoring
for a sweeping ylctory, .rfl
The squad that will -start for, -Kansas
tomorrow Isone of tho best' that
oyer represented Nebraska. The men ;
all came back oarly from their vaca- -tlpn.and
since -last Wednesday, -dally ;
practice has boen, held en the gymna
sium floor. Tha result Is that all of
themen are,. In, good condition and any
of thenis fit to stand .a good long .on-.
gagoment, ' , f , ,, K,i . rt
7 w.ith nip s,von mon as Nebraska la
sendlngput,,l'f Juck breaks even.-vlc;
tory ought to perch oa Nebraska's
banner in this week's gamM."
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