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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1910)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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NEBRASKA TAKES THIRD
PLAGE AT SOUIX CITY
MORNINQSIDE COLLEGE EASILY
WINS FIR8T HONORS.
flVt MEN REPRESENT NEBRASKA
8outh Dakota Wins 8ccond Place and
Drake Takes Fourth Plaoe at the
First Annual Trl-State Indoor
Track. ''Moet'at Sioux City.
MoriilngHldo College oaslly won tho
Hr8t annunl trl-state Indoor meet at
Sioux City Saturday night. Tho
Sioux City -institution nnfchcd with u
total of iirty polntK, while South Da
kota, Its nearest rival, had but twenty
one. The lloor wnH in very poor condi
tion, It requiring twenty-two laps to
make n mile. -It-wnH-impOsalblo' to1
make good time for fear of being ln
jurod. Visiting Teams Complain.
Tho visiting teams complained of
tho treatment given them by Mom
Ingsldo and expressed, no willingness
vtq roturn to Sioux City. There were
charges of tripping and blocking in
tho two-milo race, in which Morning
side onto red live men.
Nebraska entorod only five mon,
but they made a very good showing.
Three of tho four men who qualified,
in tho aO-yard dash were Nobraska
Drake entered in but few events,,
but. succeeded in defeating Nobraska
in tho relay. Drake won flvo points
rind Nebraska won eight. The Sioux
City Young Men's Christian Associa
tion captured four points. Quarn-.
strom nnd Berkstrom brothers were
tho big point winners for Morning
sldo. 8ummary of Meet.
30-yard dash : ' Quarnstrom, Morning-
sldo, first; Roid, Nebraska, second;
DaviB, Nebraska, third. Time: 0:03V4.
Two-mile run: II, Burkstrossor,
Mornlngslde, first,; dishing, Morning
side, second;. Anderson, Nebraska,
third. Time: 9:30.
.30-yard high bundles: Fclber, South
Dakota, first; Rlgdby, Souths Dakota,
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suit tfye older and more conservative wearers. Es
built to fit to endure to lend confidence and- dignity
a beating, mote conservative in style, tfye peifection of
the clot lies-makers9 art.
Otiier Spring Suits
down to $i2.5o
showing of'Spting Hats in our windows ought to give
you a fynt of our ability to properly hat you
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St)hts, Stetson Hats
socond; Bolt, Mornlngslde, third.
Timo: 0:04 -1-5.
Twolvo-pound shot put: Lyons,
Jouth Dakota first; Roberts, South
Dakota, socond; A. Burkstrcssorr
Mornlngslde,' third.- Distance: 39
One-mile run: A. Burkstrossor,
Mornlngslde, first; Anderson, Nobras
ka, second; Larson, Sioux City Young
Men's Christian Association, third.
300-yard dnsh: QuarnBtrom, Morn-
Jngide,. first; . iopjgomexy.. JMnrulng?
sldo. second; Shoemaker, Morning-
High jump: Norgrond, South Da
kota, first; Watson, Sioux City (unat-J
tached), second; Mcintosh, Morning
sldo, third. Distance: fi feet G
880-yard run: James Lowis, Morn
lugslde. first! A. Burkstrossor, Morn
ingsldo, second; H. BurkHtresHer.
Mornlngslde, third. No time.
Relay raco: Drake vs. Nebraska.
Won by Drako in 2:19.
Rolay raco: Morningsldo vh. South
Dakota. Won by Mornjngsldo In
Nebraska will send a team to Kan
sas City Saturday to compoto in, meet
DR. RICHARDS AT CONVOCATION.
Musical Number hy. 'Member of the
(Dr. .E. H. Richards of Now York
City will give an address at convoca
tion today. Ho will. speak Un-;connec-
tion with tho laymen's missionary
movement which is being held In the
city at the present time.
Tho convention, whjch opens to
day, will closo on March 17. It is
perhaps one of tho largest conventions
ovpr hold In tho, city of Lincoln'. Over
2,000 delegates will bo present, 1,000
of whom will come from outside tho
Tho senior class will furnish tho
musical number, which will consist of
"Apolonaiso" by Pjjdorowski, and
will bo given by Miss Samuolson.
DR. BE8SEY FAVOR8 THE PLAN.
Honor System In Line With All Other
Forms of Progress.
In attempting jto ascertain the atti
tudo of membors of the faculty on the
clothes jot college men.
$20 to $40
Derbies and "" Stetsons, "
honor system as recently installed at
Nebraska, an Interview with Dr. Bos
soy ollcited a reply In overy way
favorablo to tho system.
"I am mighty glad to seo it in
stalled at Nobraska," "ho said, "and 1
think it was started from the right
When the matter had bocn discussed
before meetings of tho faculty he con
fessed that ho had not boon very en
thusiastic in regard to the movement.
This nttltudo, ho said, was takon be-
causa ho. did not. hollovo tbutr -yon-
could force anything of that nature
iUpon.tho studontvbody.-It.hnd to. come)
voluntarily in his opinion.
That tho barbs and co-eds must get
in lino with tho raovoment or be left
far behind was his expression. It is
in lino with allo'f tho othor groat
movements of tho past few years, he
said. Tho abolition of tho railroad
pass is but ono of the mnny phases of
tho samo movement. A few years
ago,. ho said, ono would have thought
such Ideas absurd. Now they . are
taken ns a matter of course.
NO CUSSING AT MISSOURI.
8tudents Vote to Expurgate Songs
Columbia, Mo:, Mar. 12. A vigorous
campaign at tiio University of Mis
souri JhaB resultod In tho exclusion of
nil Impropor words such ns "holl" nnd
"damn" from tho songs and yolls of
The "question ' oxclted so much in
terest that It was finally decided by a
poll of tho entire student body, which
showed an almost unanimous senti
ment in favor, of purer language. Only
eight students declared for tho "cuss"
The members of the Engineering
Society aro requested to meet in
front of tho engineering building qt
12 o'clock this morning to have tholr
.pictures taken for the Cornhusker.
Sophomores Will Meet.
There 'will be a mooting-; of the
sophoiuoro class Wednesday evening
at 8 o'clock, Tho class Olympics
will be discussed. J3vory sophomore
is urged to attend.
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(G.& C. McrriuaCo., Springfield, Matun
itxrpisie the old latcmational at wabii iliati
book exceeaea fti predccei'tor. Cfiltor' in
Chief, Dr. W. T. Htrrii, former U. S. Con
of Education. The definitions have b;cn re
arranged and amplified. The number of ternu
defiaed has beea more than doubled. The Cty
Biology, synonyms, pronunciation, have re
ceived unsparing scholarly labor. The lan
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centuries, the terainolocy of the crts and
sciences, and (he every-day cpcccli of ttrect,
shop, and household, ore prcsenteJ wil.'i full
seta and clearness. In siza of vocabulary, in
richness of general information, and ft con
venience of consultation, the book sets a new
mark la lexicography.
400,000 words and phrases.
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