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VoL IX. No. 140.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1910.
Price 5 Ctnti.
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MONSTER RALLY TO BE
HELD THIS MORNING
CHANCELLOR AVERY WILL
PLACE NEW PLANS BE-
TO FINANCE STUDENT ACTIVltlES
Various Phases of Student Work
Are to Bo Financed Minnesota
Meet Enthusiasm, and Base
ball Spirit Are to Be
An All-Nebraska Rally. That
is the attraction at convocation
this morning. Every student is
asked to attend this, rally as
things of interest to every stu
dent in the university will be dis
cussed. Chancellor- Avery will
he the principal speaker and he
has ajglan which he will lay be
fore the students of the school
whereby things strictly along the
lines of university activities will
he placed on a -strong, financial
"Among these things which are
of particular interest to the stu
dent body arc athletics, debating,
glee club work and the Daily
Nebraskun. Incidentally the
coming athletic, meet with Min
nesota and the baseball games
with the Ames Aggies tomorrow
will be brought before the stu
dents and enthusiasm for these
athletic contests will be aroused.
For the. past weqk tlie chancel
lor has been working on a plan
whereby the various student ac
tivities along certain lines might
be financed. The investigation
has resulted in a developed plan
of work-and this plan the chan
cellor will lay before the studont
body this morning. The plan as
far as it is known is that a fee
Will bo assessed to every mem
ber of the student body when
they register. This fee will go
to pay a part of the expenses of
athletics, debates, gloe club work
and the Daily Nebraskan.
fcW ff tliin nlnn ih rnriMnr1nnt in
detail a petition will be .in all
probability started and all the
students of the university will be
requested to sign this petition to
the regents for having this fee
added to the registration fees.
When this fee is added then stu
dents of the" university will bo
given a season 'ticket o all ath
letic events and will also receive
the Daily Nebraskan free of
charge. That is, by the payment
of this fee all the university stu
dents, will become subscribers to
the Daily Nebraskan.
Debate and Concert Tickets.
In the other phases of studont
activities as 'well s athletics and
the Daily Nebraslcan are consid
ered then in all probability the
.students who .pay this fee will
be granted season tickets to all
the intercollegiate debates held
at the university as -well as all
the concerts which will be given
Jby-tho .incmbera-of-tha glccclub.
Tho biggest meet held on Ne
braska field for several years will
be pulled off tomorrow afternoon.
The hopes of the Nebraska track
men are that thoy will come off
victorious. That they need the
support of every loyal student
is the feeling of every man who
enters the contest tomorrow. As
this is necessary to aid towards
victory, the rally will also be for
the purpose of increasing Nebras
ka spirit and interest in' the work
of the hicn of the track team as
well as the work of the men of
the baseball team who meet the
Ames nine on the home field to
morrow ami Saturday.
RANGE DETACHMENT EAT.
Hold Banquet at Lindell Hotel.
The range detachment of the
university cadets held a banquet
at the Lindell hotel Tuesday
evening. Captain Yates, com
mandant, and Captains Kremcr,
Weiss and Modcsctt and Lieuten
ant Smith of the staff were
guests. Captain Bartlett, inspec
tor of rifle practice in the cadet
battalion, acted as toastmaster,
with Captain Yates in tho seat of
The work of the detachment
during the year was discussed
and generally commended. Cer
tain improvements wore suggest
ed, such as revolver practice for
the officers, medals and other in
signia for high records on tho
range while 'in camp, and the
formation of a rifle club.
Captain Weiss' quotation from
ex-President Roosevelt: "Tho
'shot that tolls is tho shot that
hits" illustrates the efforts and
aims of this new department of
the university cadets.
Captain TCremer in a lively
speech emphasized one requisite
of a good soldier. ' It was, in
brief, prompt execution and un
questioning obedienco to com
mands frohi superiors in rank.
The important speech of the
evening was made by Captain
Yates. It was in effect that abil
ity to shoot is an essential of a
soldier, that the shooting records
of tho United Slates soldiers was
the pride of our armies-, and
that the range detachment is the
vital element which will make
tho university battalion and each'
university cadet a formidable
fighting machine should necessity
call thorn into the services of our
country. lie told 'of the saber's
place in the army and what a
saber means. lie expressed tho
opinion that it would always re
main as a symbol of authority
and sentiment, and ' closed his
speech by presenting to Captain
Bartlett, in behalf of the range
detachment, a beautiful saber...
Baked beans, baked on tho
premises and served hot with dc
licipus brown bread, 10c, at The
FOR BENEFIT OF A 1
MAY 23 Admission
There is a time for all things.
Don't be a buzzard and sit off
in a corner picking your teeth
over a meal on dead grouches.
Come out and throw your little
"Whoopee!" in wth tho rest, to
make things hum for Nebraska.
Mummies belong way back in the
days of tho pharaos. We prefer
'em live. Leavo the old shell
dry up with the'slime and ooze,
and come out to Nebraska's big
mass meeting at convocation this
morning. Remember tho mum
my died five thousand years ago.
ENTRIES FOR FRIDAY'S
' TRACK MEEUNNOONCED
NEBRASKA TEAM WILL BE
PRACTICALLY SAME AS
AMES WILL PLAY BALL FRIDAY
The Ball Game Will Start at One
O'clock and tho Track Meet
Two Hours Later One Price
of Admission for Both.
The entries for the Minnesot
Nebraska track meet' that will
be held on Nebraska field tomor
row afternoon have been an
anuouuecd. .. Manager Eager re
ceive 1 a list of the Minnesota
entries yesterday and in it are
contained the names of some of
the west's greatest track stars.
100-yard dash Hill, llalstead.
Mile run Rathbun, Bibb.
200-yard dash Hill, llalstead,
440-yard dash Hill, llalstead,
880-yard runHull; Hill, mill
120-yard hurdles Harmon and
Two-mile run Connelly, Tyde
man. 220-yard hurdles Wilcox,
Ktubb, Harmon. . r
Pole vault Strain, Leach.
Shot-put Frank, Grant.
High jump Ostcrgron Chase.
Broad jump Stubb.
bisUus Frank, Grant.
Hammer thr,bw Grant, Oste
yFew changes have been inade
in the linq-up pf the Nebraska
team, Itvill be practically the
same team that met Kansas last
week. The list of entries follows :
100-yard dash Reed, Ankcny.
220Tyard dash Reed, Burke,
440-yard dash Burke, Reed.
220-yard run Aniberson, Rice.
Mile run Clark, Rice.
Two-mile run Milek, Ander
son. 120-yard hurdles 'Fleming,
220-yard hurdles Flack, Pow
ers. Pole vault Graham, Shock.
Higk jump Graham, Munson.
Broad jump Munson, Davis.
Shot put Shonka, Fleming.
Hammer "throw Harmon,
Relay Burke, Reed, Ankcny,
Davis and Powers.
The meet will begin promptly
at 3 o'clock and the events will
be pulled off rapidly.
Ames Here Friday .
Ames will play two games of
baseball with the Cornhuskers
this week, Friday and Saturday.
The Friday game will begin at 1
o'clock sharp in order that it
may be finished before the track
Only one price of admission
will be charged for both contests
Friday. Those holding student
athletic tickets will be admitted
for one ticket. '
Ray Elliott will umpire both
games. It has not yet been de
cided who will pilch the Friday
game. It-is probable that either
Mathers or Olmstead will be. sent
to the mound. .
RETURNS TO NEBRASKA.
Miss Schutlz Elected Secrotary pf
University Y. W. 0. A.
Announcement was made yes
terday that Miss Carrie Sohultz,
'08, had been elected secretary of
fhe university Y. W. O. A. Miss
Schultv. will succeed Miss Vib
bard, the present secretary, next
fall, the hitter's resignation tak
ing effect at that time.
Miss Schultz was a. prominent
Y. W. C A. worker while in tho
university, and since graduating
from Hie university has been sec
retary of the Y. W. C. A. at Bing
ham ton, N. Y.
Chancellor Accepts the Invitation
of-Riggs the Druggist
Yesterday an invitation for all
university student to attend tho
Kiggs Pharmacy and there enjoy
a treat on the proprietor, Mr.
Riggs, the, night of the company
"Q" parade, was received.-Chancellor
Avery, acting on behalf
of the students of the university,
accepted the kind invitation, and
the paraders will attend the pop
ular pharmacy in a body this
NAY! ,NAYl FRESHIE!
sMortar Boards for Seniors, Alas.
She was a cute little freshman
as she mdunte'd the library stops
yesterday morning. Balanced at
a becoming anglc-oreiHier curly
locks she wore ft mortar board.
It was all over in an instant.
Without a word of warning,
without a cry, two senior girls
appeared on the scene and the
struggle began, Thoy demand
ed tho cap, in tones of anger.
She demurred. A scuffle ensued,
Tho seniors carried the day, and
the freshman, dishevelled and
grinning, continued her journey
toward the reserve desk of the
! JACK BEST FUND
1 DC ATHLETIC FIELD
BIG BONFIRE AFTER
COMPANY J PARADE
FIELD TO BE DECORATED
WITH COLORED LIGHTS.
WILL BE A GREAT SHAM BATTLE
School Dismissed (for Afternoon.
Largo Attendance Expected
"at "Compot" on Ath
There will .bo a number of.now
features in tho parade of "Com
pany (J" tonight. After the
parade is over the studonts will
gather on Nebraska flold, where
a largo bonfire will be built. The
field will be decorated with col
ored lights. In tho midst of these
lights there is to be a great sham
Imttlo. Many other interesting
things will furnish fun and ontor
tainmcut. Every student is urged
to be in thq parade.
The plan outlined by Chancol
lor Avery for the "Company Q"
parade seemed to meet with gen
eral approval by the student
body. The paraders aro expect
ed to include more of tho uppor
classmen this year than has late
ly been the eustom. Tho captain
of the winning company will lead
the parade and will be assisted
by the other captains. There
seems to be no dangor that 'the
students wilLnot obey tho injunc
tion to restrain from roughness
There will be no "school this
afternoon and overybody ought
to be at the athletic field to wit
ness the annual compot. On ac
count of the intenso interest and
rivalry between tho companies
the drill will be done by each
company to- the very best of -its "
ability. There will also bo tho
individual drill, the winners to be
a warded, medals. The companies
drill for the colors and a cup.
Tho judges will be regular army
officers' from Fort Crook.
RUNT LINE-UP ANNOUNCED.
Big Gome Will Be Played on Ath
letic Field Monday.
The line-up of tho Runts' base
ball team that will play tho
Length ies next Monday has been
announced. The lino-up of tho
Lengthy team has not yet been
An admission of 15. cents will
be. charged and tho proceeds of
the gamp 'are to be turned into
tho Jack Best fund. Manager
llasqall has had a number of ppst-
ers printed and fs placing them
in conspicuous places on the
The Runt line-up:
Catcher, Owen; pitcher, Oliver;
first base, Ilascall; second base,
Drake; third base, Stultz; short
stop, M. Hawley; left field, Nemo
Elliott; center field, Buphanan;
right field, Smith.
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