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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1910)
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Vol. IX. No. 88.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
KAN8A8 MEN WIN FIRST GAME BY
8CORE OF 20 TO 40.
"WOODY" THE STAR Of THE CAME
8ame Teams Meet Tonight in Battle
, Royal and "Tommy" Johnson's
Jayhawkers to Be Fought
to the Finish.
and tho work bo did of
"Tommy" 'Johnson, tho lanky
In tho fastest gamo played so' far
this Boason on tho local floor tho
Gornhuskers wont down to dofoat last
-nlgbtrntrthrrhanuB or tho Jayhawkers
by tho scoro of 40 to 20.
Throughout tho entire gamo tho
members of both teams of goal toss
ors brought tho spectators to their
iflfit tlmn nftfir timo hy hrHHnnf piny I
lng and excellent guarding. Wood,
as usual, was tho star of tho gamo
bawkor captain, was of tho nature to
win him tho glad hand timo after
Nebraska 8cores First.
Nebraska -was tho first to score and
,two points wore chalked up to tho
credit of tho Cornhuskors aftor a min
ute and a half of play. Tho mon from
KanBaB quickly evened things up by a
goal, and this was soon followed "by
another, whldfTgavo tho Jayhawkors
tho load, which thoy hold' throughout
tho contest. At tho opening of tho
battlo tho Nebraska mon were slow to
cover and tho scoring machine of tho
Kansas mon had piled up a total of
olgbt points boforo tho Cornhuskors
annexed any more to their original
Vandovioso, right forward for tho
Jayhawkors, was easily-tho-star- for
tho Kansas bunch, and ho scored a
total of six Hold goals to his credit
Tho work of "Tommy" Johnson, which
tho Kansas mon oxpoctod to bo so
spectacular, was handicapped to a
great extent by having to play against
Wood, tho scrappy Cornhuskor guard,
and Johnson soon showed tho effects
of having to follow tho tireless
Nebraska Poor on Goals.
Where Nebraska lost tho gamo was
in tho fact that thoy wore unablo to
throw goals when opportune times ar
rived. Time and timo again tho ball was
rushed Into tho Cornhuskor territory,
only to bo lost aftor a vdin attempt to
locate tho basket Perry, tho Corn
huskor captain, scored four flold goals
for Coach Hewitt's pupils, and only
' through tho efforts of tho Scarlet and
Cream guards wore tho Jayhawkors.
kept from running up a larger score..
In team work tho teams woro on a
nar and neither side excelled in this
iOCt'of tho gamo. SlownosB to cover
and inability to locate tho basket spelt
defeat for tho Nebraska quintet. Am
borson was particularly slow to cover
InUhe opening of the first half, hut ho
made ifp for it in tho rest of tho timo
ho was. in tho gamo. Hlltnor proved
to bp tho surprise of tho contest, and
tho lanky center proved to bo more of
an aggressive player than oven, tho
"most optimistic of tho Cornhuskor
'supporters had expected, Timd aftor
time ho managed to got tho ball and
wfo constantly on tho alort to keep
!hls man from scoring.
In the latter part of the second half
Jones went in for Amberson at left
,, guard and Schmidt substituted tot
Hutchinson nt right forward. After
ilxo advent of these fresh, men the
Nobraska team seemed to strengthen,
but tho'CornkHskers only scored lntor-
ttently, while tho Jayhawkers, wno
could locate tho basket at any dis
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SAD HISSAKE IN THE
DAILY BRINGS GRIEF
8UFFRAGETTE8 INCENSED AT RE-'
PlATfORM NOT BASED ON RIGHTS
Co-eds Think Ultimate Enfranchise-
ment Will Come, as Logical
Evolution of Changing
Structure of Society.
In the Eyes of the Cartoonist
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tanco, kopt thoir scoring machine con
stantly at work.
Perry, capt, 1. f 4
Hutchinson, r. f
Schmidt, r. f. 1
Hlltnor, c ! 1
Amberson, 1. g
Jones, 1. g 1
Wood, r. g 2
Johnson, capt, 1. f." . . . . 3
Vandovioso, r. f 6
Smith, c 2
Holzer. c 2l
JUNIORS WIN GIRLS'
THIRD YEAR QIRL8 WIN CHAM
PIONSHIP FROM FRE8HMEN.
Apparently somo grlovlous error has
boon mado, In a rocent issuo of tho '
Dally Nobraskan an artlolo appeared'
setting forth tho details of a mooting
of tho university club of tho Collogo'
Equal Suffrago League. It has causod.
A mombor of tho club has tnkon ox
coption to several statements mado by
tho Nobraskan ronortflr. Tf BPP "
Woodard, 1. g.
Martingale, r. g,
Total .. 18 4
Tho samo teams llno-up against
each other this evening and tho battlo
which will bo fought botweon thom
for the two halves Is oxpoctod to bo
as fiorcoly contestod as was tho gamo
last ovonlng. Both teams will havo
tho samo llno-up, and tho Cornhusk
ors will bfittlo desperately to win tho
gamo from tho Jayhawkors.
By a overwhelming victory tho Jay
hawkors dofoatod Drake, and tho No
braska mon Intend to show tho mon
from tho sunflowor stato that tho
teams of tho northern section of tho
Missouri Valley conference can play
UNIQUE PARADE IN THE ARMORY
Exciting Battles Between Sliver Ser
pents and Black Masks and Fero
cious Wild Animals In Cages
Features of Tournament.
VESPER 8ERVICE YESTERDAY
Convocation This Afternoon at Memo
A veevor service was given by tho
members of tho University Chorus
last evening In Memorial hall. Tho
chorus was assisted by n string quar
tod composed of Mr. Walt, Mr. Boll,
Mr. Quick and Miss Elche. The ser
vice lasted but thirty minutes.. The
following .was tho program:
Strings and Organ "Nocturne,"
CalJ to Worship,
Anthem "Trlsaglon an'd Sanctus.'
" Strings and Organ "Largo," Dvorak
" 3holr "Now tho pay la Over,"
Responso-I Will Lift Up Mine
Baked beans, baked on tho premise!
and served hot with, delicious brpwa
J bread," 10c. at Thn Boston'.Luuch,
Tho girls' basketball tournament is
over and tho juniors nro tho BChool
champions. After a month of hard
practico and systematic training tho
big athlotlc event of tho year Is over.
This tournament haB becomo an an
nual affair and- Is looked forward to
with groat Interest by tho girls of tho
university. It is tho one big event of
tho year In which all tho girls take
part and in which thoy are ontlroly
alone for a big time. In this event
tho cc-od is given a chanco to show
her class spirit and athlotlc energy,
by the original arranging of mascots
and by participation in tho athlotlc
Big Parade, Comes First.
Tho parado this year was tho moBt
unique over tjTvori. Tho costumes and.
decorating gllttorod and beamed like
tho brass trimmings and- Bpangles of
a' real circus parado.
Tho XI Deltas led the parado. They
woro dresBod in military uniforms and
ropresonted a band. Thoy played somo
very original music which was greatly
enjoyed by the spectators.
Second In lino came tho members of
tho Black Mask. Thoy woro dressed
In black caps and gownB and .woro
thocustomary maskB. A very lively
mascot accompanied thom, namely a
small white bull dog. Next camo tho
senior class team. Thoir mascot was
a small boy, wearing a senior cap. J.
Tho Junior class team followed tJio
seniors. They presented a very form
idable appearance and many of tho
spectators picked thom as winners.
Tho spphomdres presented a pleas
ing spoctaclo. -Thoy presented, a pic
ture of class loyalty. ' Their shoes
woro tied with the class colors and
thoy woro largo balrnrittbons of tho
samo colors. Next camo tho fresh
men., Thoy had largo, class numerals
"on their whlto. collars and white, caps.
The Silver Serpents, presented an
appearance both unique and original
suits and woro green masks. As Ihoy
marched, thoy WTlthod Uko .a sorpont,
and sang an appropriate tlltty. Each
member carried a banner of the
Cages flllod with ferocious wild an
imals brought up tho rear of the
parado. Tho animals woro all very
rare specimens, ns was explained by
The Basketball Games.
Tho basketball tournament was ex
citing. Tho class of 1011 won tho
championship last year and tho other
classes wero determined that thoy J
should not win again. Tho Juniors
wero equally determined to win, and
they did. Tho seniors wero no match
for thomr and tho froshmen vvoro
beaten with oaso.
Tho scores wero as follows::
First garao-Freshmon, 13; sopho
mores. 3. s
Second game Juniors, 20; seniors,
Third game Juniors, 1G; Fresh-
tho reportor gained, his information
from a mombor of tho club, not fully,
Informod as to tho standing, plans,,
and motives governing that organiza
1 Tho suffragotto in quostion in. hor
letter to tho Dally NobraBkan ex
pressed horsolf as unconscious of tho
fact that tho club was composed .of a
"body of dotormlnod womon." And
furthermoro, sh6 claimed that It was
riot tho lntontlon of tho club to "forco"
tho lssuo of equal franchise. Tho club
Is not as aggresBlvo a body as tho
NobraBkan roportor was led to under?
Tho club moreover, it is claimed by
tho correspondent, is gonuinoly Inter
ested in its subjoct, namoly: Equal
Suffrage. Tho Nobraskan reportor
fallod to mention this dotail, although
from tho general tone of tho artlclo
this fact might havo been gloanod.
Among other things tho club discusses
recent articles from all points of vlow
and its mombers ondeavor to koop
jjostadJiLxurrenUovontBr- , r
Thd following girls compose tho
ohampionBhlp Junior team: Amanda
Clement, Beulah Itader, Hattlo Roll
ings, Vera B.argor, Josslo Beghtol,
Clara Erlckson, nnd Janet Cameron.
8ome Lively Mix-ups.
During tho basketball tournament
tho Silver Serpents, stole a Black
Mask girl, tied hor up in thoir colors,
and carled, her off Into captivity, Sho
was finally rescued by tho valiant
'Black, Masks aftor a great struggle
Not content with this contest,, tho
Silver Serpent's dressed, ono of their
own girls 'in a senior uniform. ' Ttiojr
then formed a circle about her and
sang "Poor Old sijriior.'-Thq Black
Masks iminodhtly frpshel, into, thij
fray, ,aelgod the ,atfuBQd one; find tflto
off' tno cap and. gown. Tho 'contest
bocame so furious, that Miss. .Gittlngs.
was forced to ..act, as, peacemaker and
stop tho combat
ANDREWS MAY. -BE IN LINCOLN.
tfliey wore dressed p.
Will Leave for th. 'United States'Next
Dr. "XndrowSj writing under date of
January 23d, says- that ho arid Mrs.
Androws-'aro 'enjoying ItHeih.' stay at
Calcutta, India. -Thoy expect to start
foAhe United. States 'via' China and
Japan, about- March 1st' reaching
Hong Kong on -tho 20tlu. .TheyJeipeot
to' land aV Vancouver about Slay 10th,
and aro thinking of making" rlilt to
Lincoln about Juno-Tst; although-they
have' not definitely 'decided In regard
to" tho points' they 'wilf visit In the
nn'-. I' .... t'T.
6jruiuwuuiynlted BtateB. "
But where tho Nobraskan roportor ,
mado tho grayest orror was in stating
that "speeches" woro mado at tho
gatherings of tho club. It is ovidont
that tho roportor was misinformed or
that, in tho uso of words, ho substi
tuted tho word "speech" for tho word
"discussion." Tho oxact manner in
which this transposition was brought
about has so far remained a comploto
mystery owing to tho disappearance of
Tho word "denunciation" is also
.taken' up by the correspondent She
maintains that no denunciations would
ever bo allpwod(at tho meetings, overi
we're 'some co-ed disposed' to make
thom. Again tho reporter, not being
able to attend tho meeting; had1 to' de
pend' on-his informant, with tho result
that ho galned-an entirely wrbng'cb'iii
coptidn of tho" character of tho' nWdtl
irig. iThd corros'pbndbht, iurihormfcrb;
describes-the meetings -ha "soreno and
fafaifqnll.' .1 'J' i -! . J ..i
, a i..., A "Logical Evolution.1'
' Tho!basIo principle of tho organized
tiori was missed voritlrbIy by tho ro-porter;-'
IW'statdd'it mo'roly as a ques
tion of 'rights." But that is not'itt
Thd foundation of the- club is baiod
upon tho "ultimata enfranchisement
df ' woman" as a logical ovoliition of
tho" changing structure of society.". I
Another matter upon wbloh 'thcjlob'
tor." istorilightoriIng is thrfi vloWpoirit of
the mombers 'of tho club with regard
t6 the men. TheyfhaYoMiopes that In
the'courso of timet the men will grant
thom equal suffrage. 'Th!s Is toicdme,
however, when the men And the spare
timo to think about At and later to
act on l,t t , i .
, .Th6 letter which 'was received 'by
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' VTo tho Editor of T.he'Nebi'askan.J-f
May I ask ypu to. nke'' coVrecUoh,
t . -' r .ii t .
or two, In ybur ifccotjnt of oaf meet-
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