Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1910)
' :;' mc vHfj$p&&zt
few?" "f.fwwi.' i'j.- f,fc .. .V- ' , ,
S f W S
1 5 V ..
Uk"tiil Li" -ll.li LJ1 lf '
!i - r
Vol. IX. tto. 79.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910.
Price 5 Cents,
1 1 r- 1nmirtowm!LiUiXtLwJLLji.jye " ; x -'' ""'"T",!1 :'. !' ' " .,g.."Tffy -- -J
. . J . J.K.Aiil.j. ..l.(r,U. . j ', .. .A , .
. " ' - .
BETA THETA PI WINS
8PRING8 A BIQ 8URPRI8E ON THE
GREEK LETTER fEN.
-lUG0rWAR- DECIDESMHE MEET
Alpha. Theta Chi Wilis Relay 'and
sfiows 'Surprising 8tren,gth at
Close of Meet.
tiota Theta PMastovening sprung a
complete surprise by ,vylnnlng the an
nual univorsfty Intern-fraternity Indoor
athletic meet. By taking 27 points
tlio Bqtaa won .a victory over their
competitors in a gamo which was'
marKefl. by close contests throughout
Alpha Theta Chi took ' second place
with 25 1-3 points, while Delta Upsilon
third by 19 1-3 sdor.es. .
Tho meet was dull at.tho start, its
only feature at flrs't being tho unex
pected strength of Beta Theta Pi,
which had -not been doped to win a
goading .place, .When seven of. the ninq
events had been finished tho Betas led
tho score with a total of 21 points,
Delta, Upsilon having 17 l-3f and Alpha
Theta Chi 9 1-3. Tho latter fraternity
showed less strength tlirin had boon
expected and was evidently out of the.
, Jn the eighth event, the relay race,
Alpha Theta Chi ran a sensational
sprint, talcing first place, with Beta
second. With Beta having 27 points
and Alpha Thqta Chi 19 1-3, tho latter
fraternity had a chance to win the
meet by taking first In tho tug-of-war.
"j3 blttht tie say CQ&
fffttt, the 'PofitizaJ Storms ' VrtO Oior-ua Fiahmc For BTSS ES
The ?bm G-MdbeAs i 3kt(chArp "
Threo Weeks Events As Seon by tho Cartodriist.'",
ANNUAL CHARTER DAY
INDOOR MEET IN THE AFTERNOON
Chancellor Avery Will Confer Degrees
Upon Fifteen Graduates at Com
mencement Exercises In
' the 'Evening.
Delta Upsilon, height 10 feet; third,
Schock, Phi Delta Theta.
12-lb. shot put First, Collins, Delta
Upsilon, distance 44 feet; second, Han
son, Beta Theta PI; third, Gibson,
Fence vault First, Hummel, Sigma
Nu. height 6 ft. 7 in.: second. Davis.
In tho preliminaries Alpha Theta Chi Alpha Theta chr. thIrd tlo botwoon
won irom uoua upswon ana. rm .up- Colllnfl and DlnBmcro o Slgma Nu
pa fa oeat lietn. in tno nnais I'm
PsI won, and this- threw Iho final re
sult to tho BotaB.,, Tho third ptoco in
the tug-of-war, lying between Delta
Upsilon and Beta Theta PI, was not
pulled off, it not affecting tho result
save by a possible addition of two
points to ono or tho other of tho two
contestants -with places already as
sured. No Records Broken.
No records woTobTolrenTTxUlrough"
Swanson-of Beta Theta PI tied tho
record in the 25-yard dash. He made
the Bprlng In 3 -and 1-5 seconds, which
is tho mark sot -by F. J. Winters in
190G, F. W. Coo in 1907, and R. H. Bur
rus' In 1908. In most of tho other,
events the marks made were not un
usual. . . ' . .
In tho 25-yard dash four preliminary
heats were run. .As a result of those
and two semi-finals, Swanson, Beed,
High jump First, Russell of Delta
Upsilon, height 5 ft. 4 in.; Bocond,
Hansen, Beta Theta Pi; third, tie be
tween Munson of Alpha Tau Omega
and Rathbone, Delta Upsilon.
High kick -First, Hanson, Beta The
ta PI, height 8 ft. 9 in.; socond, Poarso,
Alpha Theta Chi; third, tlo by MunBon
of Alpha Tau Omega, Davis of Alpha
Theta Chi and Rathbone of Delta Up
silon. Rope. climb First) Barnes, "Beta
Theta PI, time 7 4-5 seconds; second,
Clark, .Alpha' Theta Chi; third, Lea
rner, Phi Kappa Psi.
Tug-of-war First, Phi Kappa PsI;
second, Alpha Theta Chi; third, Beta
Theta PI or Delta Upsilon. Not pulled
Relay race First, Alpha Theta Chi,
time 1 minuto 17 1-5 seconds ; second,
Beta Theta Pi; third, Phi' Kappa Psi.
FIFTEEN CO-ED8 OF NEBRA8KA
8ECURE NATIONAL CHAPTER.'
DttTA IETA TO JOIN THE CREEKS
Secret of Charter and Installation Die.
covered Last Night Names of
Members Not Yet Known
Officers Arrive Today.
Officials Referee. Hewitt: starter.
Howard, and Chrlsmas qualified forlclai)p. jU(lgGS and UmeTB WaIto
Wlldman, Hewitt; scorer and clerk,
the final. Swanson took first in this
race, with Reed second and Chrlsmas
Tho shot-put "was a tamo ovpnt, won
by Collins of Delta Upsilon. Hummojl
took tho fence vault In easy form.
Beta Theta PI showed 'unexppctod
strength by taking first in tho high
kick and in tho rope climb. '
In tho relay race six teams of four
each wore ontored. Phi Kappa Pal
ffwon tho first preliminary with Beta
Theta PI socond. Tho socond heat
was won by Dolta Upsilon, Alpha
Theta Chlsocond. Alpha Theta Chi
tfien won tfio final;
The meet .was slow", occupying oyer
three hours. , It began at 8:15 and was
not finished, until. 11; 30. Two hundred
students attended, Tthe contest.
FdUowIrii Is "a sdmmary of! the
25-yard dtisti Won by Swanson,
Betas Theta PI, time 3 1-4 seconds sec-
ondj Reed, 'Alpha Tau pmega; third
ChrismaB, Delta Upsilpn. , r
. jPole vault First a, tlo between
Hummel of Sigma Nu and Russell of
DR. JOHN80N WILL SPEAK.
To Talk' to Religious Associations at
Howard i.A'gnow Johnston, Ph.D., a
preacher of national roputation, will
give an address at the Tomplo theater
on next Friday night. Dr. Johnson is
pastor of tho .First ProBbytorlan
church of Colorado Springs, Colo. Ho
is to DO one oi me principal Bpoattors
at the state Y. M. C. A. convention,
which .moots, at tho Nebraska Wes-
loyan university next week. Tho 'lec
ture Is to bo given under tho auspicos
of the Christian associations of the
university and no admission, will bo
charged. Dr. Jotiriatonva subject, has
been announced as "Tho Scientific
Character of tho Christian Faith." "
Dolta Zeta, a national sorbrlty, will
Install a chapter at Nebraska Univer
sity tonight. This is tho startling
nows'-whloh-was -discovered -at-a-late-
hour last night Fifteen Nebraska co
ods have secured a charter from Delta
Zeta and will install tonight,
Tho fact that tho girls wero peti
tioning for a charter lute been kept an
entire secret at the university. Not
r "T 1 T t T T t T t f T j J
$ Special to Dally Nebraskan $
Nebraska lost to the Ames $
basketball team at Ames last $
night by the score of 23 to 3H.
$K The game was. hard fought
& throuahout. Both teams olaved
clean ball. Perry and Hutchv
inson were tne stars on tnc je- -braska
quintet, both playjng an $
unusually good game,v- &
iU. &. ik. &. k ilL i & l &. k sk. . 'l
P P "fi P "Fj ' P "F " 1 f f T
Alpha Omicron Pi House Scene
Alpha Otiilcron PI sorority
AGRICULTURAL CLllB TONIGHT.
8eries of Papers qn the 8tate Fair
Aro to Be Read.
Tho Agricultural Club of the i uni
versity will hold a mooting tonight at
8 o'clock In tho Tomplo. Tho subject
for discussion will bo 'tho state fair,
Tho papers which will bo road are":
"Tho Importance of tho Stato Fair
to tho Agriculturist," M. S. Jussel, 'io.
"Tho Educational Significance of tho
Stato Fair' Albert Pool, '11.
"The History of tho State Fair," V.
S. Culver, '10.
80RORITY HOU8E FIRE,
hoUso was tho scene of wild oxclte
ment last night. At 12:30 a fire was
discovered in tho upper story, and bo
foro tho firo department was able to
extinguish tho blaze It had burned a
hole through the roof.
The girls In tho house wero frantic,
and it was only after the departure of
the department that anything like or
der could bo restored.
Exhibition Drill 1:45 pirn. -
Band Concort .,.,,.. 2;i5 p. m.
UnlvorBlty Cadot Band,
Indoor Moot 2:45 p. m:
Mid-Wlritor Commoncomont Ex-
Abovo Is tho program for tho an
nual Charter Day oxorcises which will
bo hold Tuesday afternoon nnd even
ing. Tho a'ftornoon program will bb
hold in ftrritit hall, fhb mfd-wlntor
commencement oxorcisos will bo hold
In tho Tomplo thoator.
'Tho mld-wlntor graduating class will
bo addressed by tho lion. Victor Rose-
wator. Ho will speak on tho subject
of. "Tho Combat with Ighoranco
With Special Reforenco to tho Modora
Newspaper." Chancollor Avory wjll
confer degrees upon flftoon graduates.
In addition to tho formal commence
ment exorcises a mooting of tho board
of regents will also bo held.
In tho aftornoon an athletic program
will bo hold In tho armory. This pro
gram will commenco at, 1:45. The
first number on tho program wlU be '
an exhibition drill by tho mombors of
tho Pershing Rifles. This drill will
comprise a number of exorcises in tho
manual of arms and somo marchings.
Following the drill tho company will,
hold a spolltdown for a gold modal.
Immediately at tho conclusion, of
tho drill and spoil-down tho IJnlvor
slty Cadot Band will givo a concort,
for thirty minutes. Tho band will bo,
8EM BOT INITIATE.
Your wr faro, wpuld pay for a njee
lunch at the Boston Lunch. Whj go
tho slightest breath of suspicion was
aroused, and tho matter was only"TilB-
covered through an accident last night.
Tho secrecy of the whole affair may
bo in part ascribed to tho, fact that tho
petition was gained without much loss
of time. Tho names of tho petitioners,
are nc;t as yet known, but tho facf
that they will install tonight with a
banquet 1b, verified from authentic au
thority. Several officers of thp na
tional chapter arte at .present In the
city for ,tho installation and .more are
expected to arrive during the day.
The Installation of Delta Zeta, at
Nebraska will make ten sororities at
this university. Delta Zeta is a na
tional, sorority, which wasi established
at Miami University in October, 1902.
Give Undulator and Eat Pie Thursday
Thursday evening tho now mombors
of Som Bot wore given their initiation
and those vwhlch wero taken in' last
semester were promoted. w ,
Som Bot is ,tho oldest organization
in tho school. It was organized in
1886, twenty-foUr years ago, 'by sdeh
men as Dr. Pound, Prof. , Williams,
uean fVYOous ana omers. . i
It Js interesting to know that in this
as In no other blub in the school the
old traditional functions are hold. One
being the pio feed. Tho same kind of
plo has been served at each convoca
tion' for the last twenty-four years.
.The yell or "undulator," as it is
failed,- was given par excellence by
ho members last' evening. It 'lb one
of tho most distinctive college calls
known and it ia said by somo to excel
oven the famous K. U. yell. Tfcerd
were v present about thirty members,
among whom was a forrder student,
H. W. Barre bC Clenison College,
South, Carolina, 'He is to take tils de
gree in t,hat department in a few days.
onow and n program of oxcollent mu
sic is promised. ,
, At 2:45 tho indoor meet will bo hqhl.,
This meet is tho annual "barb"-frator-
nlty meet. Tho winners of first, sec
ond and third, places in, tho "barb"
meet last Saturday and tho winners
of tho samo places in tho events last
evening will contest for tho university
championship in tho several ovents. In
tho twonty-flvo-yard iasn ; there, will
bo four entries from each slder Those
entries are tho runners in the finals at
tho two former meets. .-
The Events: , ,t
K Tho qvents , for this meet will tbo
tho same in the two former,, ath;
letic contests. They are as, follows; ,'
25-yard dash; 12-lb, shotput-pntpole
vault, fenco vault running high Jump;
running high kick,, rope climb, relay
race, -and lug-pf-war.
Tho tug-of-war and relay race, Will
bo contested by teams j composed ;bt
"barbs" on- one side and Qreok letter
linen on tho other. TJhe, try-outs for 5 "
th.0, "barb" teams will be hpld. this,
afternoon, in. the, armory, Monday at- ?
ternoon the aspirants for positions oh ,
the fraternity relay ;team and Ug-of.
war teamwlll hold tholr .try-outs , 1
The students who, wish to atteBdthe
exhibition drill and band concert.. on,
Tuesday afternoon and do not w,lsh
to remain for the Indoor .meet will
have ,tot pay tho full price of ftduU
sion. Np ono wllj bo admitted tovjany
part of te, exerclBesln the afternoon .
unless Caey have a regular ticket for
tho whole program.
h i 'I ,IJ i WJ-l
,t U . V
Powered by Open ONI