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I Vol, IX. No. ,86.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN s THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,4, 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
KANSAS TO GOME FOR .
TWO FURIOUS CDNTE3J3
CORNHU8KER8 AND' JAYHAWK-
(APT. JOHNSON EXPECTS A VICTORY
Nebraska Has Experienced Hard Luck
so Far This Season in Shifts
In the Line-up and -s
T ' "LossofMen.
Now for Kansas. The, Jayhawkora
come .for a series of two ganiOB Friday
jind- Saturday cvohlngs. The Corn.
hUakor.goal tessera aro In rcadlncBH
'for; the coming contests which prom
Jbo t6 ho the fastest exhihitions of
'ljaaketbttll art which will over bo
pulled oft on'the loCUV floor. .,
r Coach Hewitt's quintette are In
Teadlness for the advent of the south
ern champions, and two hard battles
Jwlll be waged on the local' floor to
morrow evening and the evening- fol
lowing. Jayhawkers Fast.
That the Jayhawkora have one oE
thp fastest lives In'tho Missouri Val
'loy conference has boon shown by
their long string of victories. So far
this season they have not been de
feated and tbey conio to Nebraska
flushed with recent victories over Mis
souri and Washington. Captain John
Hon of the Jnyhawlfer flvo is one of
the strongest men the southern school
baa developed for many years and he
intends to do all that he possibly can
' "to "get away with two victories frpm
the Cornhuakers. Kanaaa reports are
to the effect that ho intends to show
the studenta that he can play basket-Jialhns.Avell-.as.
ho can . football.
'The Nebraska flvo have had light
prnctice so far this week and havo
.fully recovered from the effects of
'their bard trip into Iowa, They havo
rlmd ono trip Into Minnesota slnco the
game with, tho Manhattan Aggies and
ras this was a week ago tho men a're
now again in tho best physical shape
Nebraska's. Hard Lupk.- -
Never before In tho history of tho
.school1 has, a basketball squad been
subject to Jtho hard luck thnt tho
CprnhUakerB have had to experience
thla Tall. After tho team had been or
ganized td a fair extent at tho open
ing of tho season, D. C. Mitchell, who
, played a spectacular game ngnliiBt
Kansas, was declared lnofgiblo by tho
athletic board. At tho close of la'st"
semester Ingersoll, who had pjnyed a
,8teady gamo, graduated nnd hltf posi
tion was left open. -To-nld in- the genV
ernl hard luclc "Wood, tho atollar guard,
waa unable to docldo whether to res
istor fortho present BemeBtor or not,
anil ho wna out of tho gamo for two
weeks. Wood' -finally registered and
tho' hole in the line-up mado by his
absence was filled. But not satisfied
with this amount of vongcanco, Dame
"Tfortuno called' Potraahok out ,of
school. tThla loft the contor poBltlon
.open, and With only ono substitute to
All it. Hiltner toolc tho poaltlon, but
la handicapped by a inck of experi
ence at tho .collogQ gamo aijd doo8 not
,como up to tho standard of a defonslvo
player sot by retrushek.
Wl'th tho formation of tho team now
centered around Pnnttun 1'orrv mm
Wood; tho Cornhuakors will attempt
to defeat tho members of Captain
'Johnson's squad .in -the coming con
' '' ! Season May Be Long.
" This .season of baBkotbnll wlir por-
-hnj)8' jo the' longost .season thnt a Nq-j
brnsk.a team will experience, Ames
still has ono'gamo fo play with Drake,
nnd,ifkthq former team wins tho Ag-
gles and tho CornhuakOrff-wlll bo tied
for first honors in the rnco in tho
northern section of tho Missouri Val
lnv nltntuntntiulitii Tlimi Htnun CMtliWM
tory resultH for Nebraska, there will
follow a serloa ot games-with Kan
Baa for" tho (jTmnunbnBhIp ot tho Mia
That the championship aerloa may
be played in ,Omaha la the hopo of tho
Cornhusker munnBomontr-ce-laBt year
tho games were played at KnnBaaClty,
which la conBldored Jnyhnwkor torrl
tory, and If the guinea are hold thlB
year In Omaha it will -be-but a fair
return for Nebraska's trip Into Kan
anB territory last year.
VESPER SERVICE TOMORROW.
Chorus and Orchestra in Memorial
Hall at 5 p. m.
A vesper service will be given to
morrow ovenlng nt 5 o'clock in Memo
rial hall by tho University Chorus-ami
a atrlng quartet. Tho veBper aorviico
la ono of a number which are given in
Memorial hall throughout the, year.
The atrlng quartet which will nssiBt
the" chorus Is composed of Mr. B. J.
Walt, Mr. Dell, Mr Quick and -Mlaa
NOTED WRESTLER HERE.
One of the .Foremost Wrestlers of the
United. States Training at
Tho unlvorfiity na a training place
for ono of the noted wrestlers of the
United States is an innovation. Dr.
Roller of Seattle and his training part
ner, William Adaon, arrived at the uni
versity yesterday and commenced.
training for a coming match with
.Frank DuCrny. DuC'rny ia conducting
a wrestling clasa at tho unlveralty pud
meets Dr. Roller at Hustings Saturday
evening;- " " ' Z
University studenta may have u
chance to seo Dr. Roller work this
afternoon between the hours of 4 nnd
5. Ho will work in tho chapel with
hie partner at this time and any mem
ber of tho atudent body will boi al
lowed to watch him at work.
Co-eds to Hold Class Basketball Games
In Armory.' Tomorrow Afternoon.
Tomorrow afternoon the members of
the girls' basketball learns of tho
four claasos ,of the university will
lipid their annual basketball tourna
ment In the armory. ' Tho games will'
bo preceded by a parade of tho mom
bora of jtho vai'ioua teams nnd tjie mas
cots of each team. "All girls will bo
oxcuaed 'front their clnaso8 after two
o'clock so UmtJ-hey will bo able to at
tend OiegamesT" No one but gIrhT"dT
tho university and women faculty
members will bo allowed to attend
PLANS FOR SUMMER SCHOOL.
Not Complete, but Will Be Announced,
by End of Week.
Plana ore being mnde for tho sum'
mor.achool for tho coming term. They
are not cqnipleto'yot, but It ia expect
ed thoy can bo announced by the end
of thla week. ,
Tho summer school thla session will
be longthonedMlo eight weeks, it being
but six horetoforo. It will bo under'
tho direct supervision of the chancel
of tho faculty has acted as dlreptor,
Tho seBsIon opens the Monday after
commencement. Tho summer sossjoa
is becoming an important factor in
university work and a large' attend
nnce Is expected this year..
Baked beans, baked on tho jpreml&M
and serv6d hot With' delicious brow's
broad 10c. at Tho Boston Lunch,
TO OE A SUCCESSFUL
, AFFAIR AT OMAHA
TEAM8 FROM LARGE COLLEGES
ARE MAKING ENTRIE8.
RELAY RACE WILL BE THE FEATURE
Omaha Associations of Alumni Are
Backing the Project Many Noted ,
Authorities on Athletics Are
Picked as Judges.
Returns which are coming In to tho
Omaha Athletic Association Indicate
that tho meet will bo oven m6ro buc
cesBful thnn wna at flrat anticipated.
Tho committee Jn charge aro very op
t'lmlatic nnd are looking f6rwnrd to
making tho event ono of tho JargQBt
annual ovchta in Omaha and ono of
tho greatest athlotic oventa in the
Now that so many universities ntfd
colloges-have designated thoir-tntorf
tlon or entering, more Interest is be
ing shown by tho publl cand ospeolah
ly by Omahn'8 prominent btiBlness
men. These men are nhxlous to bring
as nmhy big gatherings na possible to
their city for tho cbmmerclal benefit
whrcJr'theylferTvo. Consequently thoy
are spending a great deal of time and
money to mnko the meet a success.
Relay teams will bo onterod from
Cornell, Michigan, Minnesota, Kansas,
Missouri nnd Nebraska. Tho last Ave
or thcRo schools will probably, jtend
men for other' events also. Besides
theso teams there will also bo teams
from the Chicago Athletic Club, tho
Kansns City Athlotic Club, 'and pos
Lbula. "Tho Kansas City,- Dos iiolhes,,
Sioux City, Lincoln nnd Omaha Y. M.
C. A.'a Will also send teams. A spe
cial relay raco will bo run between
tho Opiaha, Lincoln and Dos' Moines
high Bchool . tennis,, Many collegea
throughout Nebraska and Iown aro
Btlirto bo heard from, but tho man
agofnont feels stiro that nibBt ot theao
achoola will alao send lepreaentntlvos.
Nebraska's relay team wUl run 'Jn
tho" bJg relay rnco ngalnat Cornell,'
Minnesota and Michigan. This will
probably bo tho largost drawing card
on tho program. All of tho above
schools . have strong nlumni associa
tions, in Omahn nnd thoy aro loyal to
the coro. Tho supporters of each o(
theao tennis feel confldoTit that their
nlnm mator will win nnd NobrnBkana
arc especially encouraged as to their
of tho east.
T-lio moBt noted men In athletic elr-
clo8 In thlB country havo Jheen se
cured na ofllclala nnd tho various
pventa will bo run off rapidly.
J. E. Sullivan, former proaldent and
irow 8edretary of tho A. A, U., will
conio from Now York to referee, While
E. E. Brown of Chicago, who is presl
dent ot (ho A. A. U. and ono of th(j
best authorities on athletics In tho
United Stntca, Is to bo ono of tho
judges. Mnrtln Delnnoy, coach and
tralnor of tho Chicago Athletic Club,
will bo starter and Dr. Barnes of the
Kansas City Y. M. C. A., will bo. cleric
of tho course The -meet la to bo held
In the Omahn AiulltnrlnmApilBM
and will bo mado a permanent1 af
fair, Forty-three men survived the' first
cut in tho varsity baseball squad at
Pennsylvania. 'These men havot been
.Tirvantt ciftAt. nnQi1v a rtinniYia A-ntlr In.
doors, and will probably compose tho
squad until outdoor 4work has been
KANSAS - TOMORROW
Y. W. C. A. ELECTS OFFICERS.
Roport of Nominating Committee Is
Tho Y. W, C'i A. received tho roport
of tho nominating committee AVodnea-
day noon, and elected their now Qt
11 cor a na follows:
Lucllo Miller, president,
Morlo Thomas. vlco-DresldtMit.
Floi'onco DnVis, corresponding sec
Allco Humpe, treasurer.
Although tho meeting was opened
to other, nominations, tho roport of.
tho nominating committee waa unani
mously nccoptcd, the girls having al
ready expressed their volco in tho in
Tho members turned out well foi
tho election propor, 'which wub In
charge of tha'rotlrhig president, Alice
Compton. After tlie decisions were
mado, MIbb Vibbard Bpoko in , pralBe
of tho rotirlng cabinet, its Bplendjd
worlfc and romarkabUnuilty"," diioin If
largo meaauro to thuofllcloucy and
earnestness of Miss Compton. Misa
Miller, the new president, wna aakod
toconio forwnrd', and In a fow wordB
alio conyeyed to tho girls her doalro,
since alio had been elected to this re
sponsibility to be in humble inatru
ment in bringing about tho' Very boat
for tho association nnd Us work, Tho
otiior now offlcers Wore presented and
tho members proaaed forward to ex
tond their greetings to these, and to
oxpress their appreciation to tho ro
tirlng executives, .
BRAZIL COED8 8TRIKE.
Boys Must Attend Basketball Games
-- Given by-Girls.. fc
The co-eds of tho Brazil high school
are on strike nlipng nt tho faculty of
tho schooj, which recently promulgat
ed ah prdor that the male students
wouldrnoi W pormTtted to attend the
iiiu girj&,ii 8uuiH( firu nut na-imnuu
with tho now rulo and havo decided
that thoy aro going to compel tho fac
ulty to rescind tho, ordor so that llio
boys can aco hew aklllCul thoy arc In
od nnd are being algned by about all
of tho girl students, in which they
plcdgo thomselvoB not to attend any
of tho high school basketball 'games
until tho faculty withdraws tho dead
Hue and permits tho boys to attend
their games. $
As the strike la already In.offect it I
ia oxpoctodthnt It will aorioualy ml
tail the attondanco, as tho girl stu
dents have been fulUifql .attendants nt
University Men Hold Enthuslastlt
Meeting and .Form Club.
About fifty unlveralty democrnta mot
nt tho Lincoln hotel Tuesday night
nnd formed a University Democratic
Club. Tho following olllcers woro
Prosldont,' J, II. Morgan; vice-president,
William Ritchie; secretary, Doan
Woodward; treasuror, J. P. Rohn; aor
eoant-at-arms. S. V. Shonkn.
The meeting, Tuest)ny night wna a
preliminary meeting for tho purpose
of ascertaining tho atitudo of univer
sity democrats toward tho for.m)ng,o
a permanent democratic organization.
All of those who attended tho meeting
woro ve,ry much Jn vfavor bf.organlz
ing and so this club was formed. Im
mediately after -tho officers werjo elect
ed, tho club formally endorsed Gov
ernor Shallenberger as a candidate for
The club is planning to hold a' big
mass meeting Tuesday night, at which
tlmo Mr. Motcnlf or somo other prom
inent. democrat will address the meet
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FUND FOR JACK BEST
FORTY-EIGHT DOLLARS GIVEN
YESTERDAY IN SUDDEN FLURRY.
Alpha Tau Omega Started the FraterV
nlty List YesterdaWith Ten Dol-
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lars Other Organization Glts
Expected to Follow Soon.
Thelull of Tuesday in tho Jack Best
subscription was only tho lull boforo
tho storm. Ycstordny tho subBcrlp-' .
tlons opoued with ono of flvo dollars
in the morning nnd boforo evening
forty-olght dollars had boon collected'.
- This makes -the 'fund total S113.H0 -at
tho proaont tlmo. Tho monoy for
tho fund, in- tho opinion of several
members of tho facility last ovenlhg
Is practically raised. Boforo tho Week
cIohcs at tho prosont rato tho money
wljl bo in tho hands of tho Daily .No
brnskan nnd Jack Best's trip to Eng
land will bo osBurod.
Mnny of tho subscriptions yosterdpy
woro largo ones. Tho first aubsorip-
tlon from tho, fraternity Hat camo in
ycatorday, wbpn Alpha Tau Omoga
gnvo ton dojlars to, tho fund. - Tho re
turns are expectod soon froiihthcpthcr
organizations of the school, t&jljjfo -.
Tho BiibBcriptlon list MipTtto laflt
ovenliift Is na follows: . ,
Georgo Holmes . . .$10.00r
X7E. Cottle, Edgar, Nob. ....:. ''hQT
V. K. Geor .? ,' ,.' M
"Stick" DoPntron-. .. - ........ . .2Ji
Charloa Cobaldor .25
C. A. Clreon . r . ., ,.,.....,..Caq
H. A. Tukoy, Omaha . ',f L. M 40I00
Bntt-Kobatbr ..;,. ;S ,va .f.tn,
W". P. VoVaw ...... '....'. ...'.. V. . -LOO ,
Guernsey Jones ............... 1.00
Traveler . v ...... ....n.-. .'."..."'" x.27r
n. P. Wallace; Exefer, NobT . . . r f .50
J, C. Ressler .."..,'..'..'...'.:'..., lCOOL
CharloB-Sturmer ....:; ,': .'.'.. --kOO
Ed B'oohmor ."..Tr.T.,rr77rrT'inlo"o'"
Anonymous .'.;,..... 2.00
Miscellaneous '.... ..'.... .1,50 '
Freshman Law Students ....... '17.00
Junior Law Studenta .,. 15.00
A. Jenson , . .".-. ...... - .25
Goo. O. Shcdd, '00 . ..'. .j-;,; .'.-vHi.OO
R. D. Andresn'00'r.r.".,.'VJO.OO
Dr. R. G. Clapp . .....'.... . v 5:00
Prof. H. W- Caldwell . t . ..i. ,.', . 1.00 .
Profi M.'M. Flngg . irvi.;,.4.-r-.. -l.pO
Dean C. E. Bessoy .'. . .'... . . 2.00
Edw. A. Bessoy, '06 .......'...- 1.00
Ernat A. Beaaey, 'M ..;..i... -.; i.na
Carl A. Bessoy, '97 ....,.'.,'.... 1.00
Efdttb Hlgglns Bessoy, '01 ,'. . 1.00
A. W. Carpenter, Omaha.;.,.... 10.0Q
Alpha Tau Omega i . ,' . . . lO.'o'O
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Delinquency Committee Completes
Work of Investigation of Records.
Yestorday afternoon the committee
on delinquent students completed its
work in the investigation of tho rec
ords of delinquent students'.' Two;stu
dents wore suspended because of non
appearance. This makes a .total of
live students suspended. Three other
students woro placed on probation and
one taken on advisement. Making In
all a total of thirty-three members of
the student bpdy jnlaced oil probation.
1 A ,freshnan. at the .University of
Missouri who was elected registrar of
the university at a sophomore class
meeting took the matter seriously and
made a solemn speech of acceptance.
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