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Vol IX. No. 146.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN. FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1910.
Price 5 Cents.
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LAST GAME OF THE
fCORNHUSKERS TO PLAY GOT--'NER
ON ATHLETIC FIELD.
jCOLLEOIAMS J HAVE A FAST
Nebraska Men Have Broken
. About Even in Season List of
Games and Contest Tomor-
row Will Be Important.
will consist of music and two
short plnys. The cast of tho first
play, entitled, "In Quest of n
Servant." consists of the -Misses
Pearson, Nombaylis, Shank,
Hathaway and Hendricks and
Mr. Hodskin. The second play,
entitled "Deaf Tncle Zed," will
be given by the Misses Thomas,
Barrett and Jones and Messrs.
(rilmore. Bates and English.
The program is to boffin
promptly at 8:l.r.
A MUSICAL TREAT.
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!This will be played on the new
,'at hletic field tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30. The victims are to be
the (Vitner Collegians. The Ne
braska men have played a steady
game so far this season, break
ing about, even in the number of
games won and lost, and they in
tend to take this game away from
, the Cotner boys.
As this is the last game oi the
season the members of the stu
dent body are requested to be
, out in full force. 'Student tick
ets are good for this game. Cot
ner has one of the strongest col
lege tfiiin.s of the state and they
intend 'to defeat the C'ornhuskers
if possible. This game with the
Collegians was to have been
played April 2:1. but on account
of the cold rainy weather at that
time tin game was postponed.
The present season at Nebras
ka has been a successful season,
as th majority of games the
team has played have been on
foreign fields, and nevertheless
the team has broken even, which
is as much as can be expected on
foreign games. The record so
far has been eight de.fcats and
five victories. The team has lost
three games to the Kansas Ag
gies. two of which were played
' at Manhattan and one at Lin
. coin. One' game was lost to AVes
levan at University I'iace. High
land Park was defeated on the
home grounds. On the eastern
trip two games were won, one
was tied and three were lost.
Ames won one and tied another
on the trip, a game Avas won
from (Jrinfiell and a game was
lost' to each Cornell and Highland
Park, while in, the last game of
.the trip Morningside was defeat
ed. On the home grounds Ames
w.fawniul lpst. one, wliile South
- Dakota was easily defeated".
N,ow Cotner comes for a game,
and .if the Cornhuskers are vic
torious they will have six vic
tories, eight defeats and one tie
;ame to their credit for the sea-
' Next Tuesday the captain of
the baseball team for next year
will be elected. As yet no mem
bers, of the team have announced
that they are candidates for this
position, although two members
' of -the team have 'been mentioned
for "the position. .'Tho men win
ning their "N's" this year will
be eligible o Vote. at; this, elcc
' tion-ancr-the result 'will be" 'known'
Tuesday. " '
Each Terformer Had Separate
SUMMER SESSION IS
UNDER -NEW SYSTEM
CHANCELLOR AND HEADS" OF
FOUR IMPORTANT INNOVATIONS
School of Superintendence, Model
High School, Model Grade
School and Special Courses
Will Be Offered.
The summer session of the Uni
versity of Nebraska for li)l(),
Convocation this morning wiu! which runs from .June 17 to An-
a musical treat. Sidney Silber,
a musician of high repute, and :
professor well known to all Ne-
gusl, 12, will be the first summer
session in the history of the in
stitution under the direct super-
Nebraska's city superintendents;
The rural school methods liud
problems department will he con
ducted by Miss Kleanor Imlly,
who is onr-of the most popular
and practical instructors in
county institutes in Nebraska.
She will demonstrate practical
features in Superintendent Bish
op's four-group rural plan,
which has a national reputation.
State Superintendent Bishop and
Director !. j. McBrien Avill also
instruct in this department.
The model high school and
model grade schools will be
served by very able faculties
arid present, an opportunity sec
ond to none offered before in the
United States. On account of tho
great demand for teachers of ag
MEET STARTS TODAY
NEBRASKA, AMES, MISSOURI
AND GRINNBLL WILL
POWERS' INJURY WEAKENS NEBRASKA
Sprintors and Hurdlers Left for
Des Moinos Yesterday Rest
of Toam Leaves Today
Nebraska Entries Large.
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PROF. JEFFREY D. HRBEK
To Whose Memory a Monument Is to Be Unveiled June 26.
NEW MEMBERS' PROGRAM.
braska students, was ably assist
ed by Arvid Samuelson in tho
rendering of "Kachmanioff
Suite," a Russian composition.
There was a novelty in the ex
ecution which characterized it
from the ordinary piano duet, in
that each performer had a sep
arate grand p.m. The 'selec
tion was arranged witlTTi view to
this production and was even
more effective because of it.
The composition, as rendered,
was divided into four distinct
movements, viz. : Introduction
''which is nothing "more or less
than a march, decidedly impres
sive becauso of its barbaric splen
dor ancl peculiar ' wijdness";
Waltz, Romance and Ter-terel,
Previous to the introduction,
.Professor- Silber gave a brief ex
planation of his motive for play
ing "Rachmaniofl: Suito." He
consigned the author of this com
position to the list of the world's
greatest musical artists, and as
serted his intention of lauding
living, talent and justly -apprejei-
, Music and Short Plays.
, The program of tho Union Lit
erary ' Society tonight --will be nting the work of contemporary
given by the new members. It professors,, "' ' . ' ' . I
vision of the chancellor. The
academic instruction in the uni
versity proper will be of the
highest order with the head pro
fessors in charge of their respec
tive departments. Four impor
tant -innovations will--mark the
summer session of 1010 tho
.scjiool of superintendence, the
model high school, the model
grade school and the special
courses of instruction that will
be offered in agricultural educa
tion and industrial training.
In the school of superintend
ence a careful study will bo made
of the problems of superintend
ence, administration and instruc
tion in city;' village and rural
schools. Among the instructors
for. this department aro some of
tjio most prominent educators in
tho United States, some of whom
are:' Professor Charles DeGarmo,
lead professor of tho science and
art of education at Cornell coV
lege, Ithaca, N. Y..; Superintend
ent Davidson of Omaha, City
Superintendent -Calvin N. Ken
dall of Indianapolis, City Super
intendent. J. II.' "Beveridge of
Council Bluffs, TaC, -and many of
riculture and industrial training
that department should be of
great importance. Instructors
from the school of agriculture
will , be" in chargo and all the
splendid facilities of tlic farm
buildings will be at- their dis
posal. One of the striking features
will be the graduate school. More
importance is attached this year
than ever before to graduate
work and courses are offered in
nearly every course in the uni
versity. A strong lecture cojursc
will be maintained during tho
session. At the daily convoca
tion hour students will have .an
opportunity to hear some of the
most rioted educators in America.
Daily programs can be secured
by 'writing' the university.
Achoth initiated five pledges
last night at the holno of Hazel
Fish wood. The "stunts' includ
ed a visit to the East Lincoln
'engine .house whore the firemen
proved themselves "goo'd Indi
ans" jf nd slid down the pole and
"hitched" for their fair visitors.
The annual track meet of tho
Missouri Valley conforonco will
be held in Des Moinos today and
tomorrow. Tho sprints and
hurdles will be run today and the
other events will be hold tomor
row. Captain Burke, Keed, An
kcnyElack and Fleming left
yesterday afternoon on the Rock
Tsland so that they would be able
to reach Des Moines in plenty
of time for their events this af
ternoon. The rest of the team
will leave at 2 o'clock this after
noon. The Nebraska team had felt
confident of winning the big
meet of the valley, this year un
til Powers was injured last Fri-
lay. Bowers was expected to
win points in the hurdles and to
ii iitenally aid the Cornhuskers
in winning the relays., Tho men
die determined to do their best,
however, and it is safe to say
that the Nebraska team .willfbo
Nebraska's strongest ..competit
ors in the meot will bo Ames,
.Missouri and Orinnoll. All of
these schools have strong teams
this year and the fight for first
honors i,s expected to iic a hard
. Nebraska Entries.
10()jA'ard dash Reed, Burke,
Tvo-mile relay Clark, Mc
(lowan, Anderson, Rice.
120-yard hurdlesFlack, Flem.
440-yard dash Burke, Reed,
220-yard hurdles Fleming,
880-yard ruii MoGowanj -Am-berspn,
220-yard daslir-Reed, Burke,.
Campbell. .-.:jv --
Oncmilc rclayReed, .IcQbw-
,an, Davis, Ankeny, Amherson,
Two-mile run Milek7'Ander
son, Cjiirk, Amberson.
Half-mile relay Reed, Burke,
Ankeny, Davis, Amherson, Camp- y'
Pole vault Graham,. Schock,
Davis. .? u
Discus throw--Qibsoh, Flcnir
ing, Shonka, Harmon.
Running high jump 'Graham,
J6-pburid shot put Shonka,
Fleming, Gibson, Harmon
Running broacl jump Munson,
Davis, Qraham. .
16-pound hammer throw Har
The' Mathematical Semiharwill
meet Friday, May 27,in';M302
at 4:30. "Iinaginary Angles"
will be j:ca4- by Professor Davis,
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