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Vol. X. No. 73
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911.
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HONOR GENERAL DODLEY
8TUDENT8 AND FACULTY JOIN IN
PRAISE FOR THE LATE OFFICER
CHANCELLOR AVERY AND PRO
FESSOR BARBER SPEAK
E. P. Brown, General J. H. Culver,
Hon. H. H. Wilson and -Judge
Allen W. Field Also Talk
Gov. Aldrich Present.
Nine hundred cadets, representing
the three battalions of the university
regiment, marched down Twelfth
street yesterday afternoon and at 3:30
o'clock were seated In St. Paul's M. E.
church to participate In the services
in memory of Brig. General E. S. Dud
ley, U. S. A., who died at Johnstown,
N, Y January 9.
At the church the university chorus
was seated lit the choir gallery and
Chancellor Samuel Avery occupied a
place on the platform with the' other
The organ was decorated with red,
white and blue and the pulpit was
draped with, an American flag. A
large framed picture of General Dud
ley was placed In a. prominent place
on the platform.
Mills Hayes, who offered the invoca
tion. Governor Aldrich arrived dur
ing the invocation and was escorted
to the platform just before the first
song by the chorus. Ho took his seat
next to the chancellor.
"Wo are met hero today to com
memorate the life of a man who has
made hlBtory," said Governor Aldrich
In opening the preliminary address.
Ho said that worthy deeds are worthy
of emulation In a body like this. "Wo
havo gathered together on occasions
to commemorate the lives of men who
havo lived' to make their country bet
ter." Governor Aldrich Introduced Chan
cellor Avery, who gavo a brief synop
sis of the services of General Dudley
to the University of Nebraska. "The
university to which ho" came In the
fall of 1876 differed considerably from
the university of today. The total of
180 students waB largely of women,
and Lieutenant Dudley had only a
small coterie of men from which to
organize the military department."
He became in time .to be the best liked
instructor la the university. From be
ing the least liked department, the
military department grew to be the
most popular fn the university. Even
the young women wanted to organize
military, companies, tho department
was so popular. Lieutenant Dudley
himself was the first Instructor at
Nebraska. also in engineering. After
three years ho returned to his regular
charge. He waB again returned to tho
university post In tho year 1884.
Tho governor waB compelled to
withdraw from tho meeting.. Ho re
quested the chancellor to preside in
Prof. Grove E. Barber made a short
nddress. He said in part:
"As commandant of the cadets he
at all times felt the dignity of his
charge and was successful In the in
fluencing of young lives. I never knew
. a man who was easier to get acquaint
ed with or whose friendship was eTOF
ALL SENIOR LAW STUDENTS
Did Shakespeare, or did "Gil," cor
relate dignity and law,
Or did Lord CheBterfleld's own code
unlte-thom paw in-paw,
Or further still, if wo may, one
cherished query whisper,
What's . so synonymously trlto bo
tweon a law and whisker?
Whato'er'B propounded, factB re
main Nebraska laws decreed
In solemn court, such as It wore,
the Fate leaves breathed "You
To be precise, such it must be, the
verdict read, to-wlt:
"All senior soIonB must appear be
decked on upper lip."
No further stipulations set, for
friend, how could thero bo?
It yet remains for those moro sane
to bide results and see
What first Insurgent bolts, not be
cause ho "needs" a shave,
But rather that his soul revolts tho
chide, "Oh fuzz behave."
ier to retain. I never heard of him
having an enemy."
E. P. Brown, state senator from
Lancaster county, who waB a student
under General Dudley, told of his Im
pression of his former Instructor.
"He became eminent In tho army
and in life by able and honest ser
vice," said Senator Brown.
General J. H. CulVor, representing
tho Grand Army and tho Loyal Legion,
snoke briefly regarding tho rapid rise
which Dudley made in his service In J
Hon. H. H. Wilson of the law school
faculty said: "It was while I was yet
an undergraduate, when ho was first
detailed by tho government as ofllcer
at tho university. History compels
me to admit that I was ono of the
miscreants who did not want to pur
chase a uniform." Ho went on to Bay
that he was later reconciled and
learned to like It.
Judge Field. .
Judge A. W. Field, one of the
seniors who helped organize tho mill
tary company, spoke for tho Scottish
Rito MasonB. "I have always been
proud of my military record, which
began and ended In my senior year,"
ho began. He told of a time when tho
cadets took tho old cannon up to the
state house and left It with an ultl
'matum asking for Immediate appro
priations from the legislature. Com
mandant Dudley did not reprimand the
boys, but rather left them to punish
themselves. Captain McAllister' was
commissioned by the company to go
to market square, rent a span or
mules, and haul the old1 cannon back
to the campus. The captain did as his
Rov. F. S. Stein, D. D.f then pro
nounced tho benediction.
After the sqrvlces tho cadet regi
ment formed into line on Twoirth
street and marched back to tho ar
mory.. Members of the faculty did
not heBltato to compare the magnifi
cently arrayed regiment with the
small but well drilled- company of
Nor do wo, by tho chide roploto,
mako all insinuations
That third-floor "men" of Nebraska
For In prophotlc phantom, to ono
"stands-pat" was told
Of pink ones, jet onos, "light" ones,
then the dream co-ed called
Merciless creature that! No senso
of human pride!
What provocation has sho now my
"hoby" to deride?
So up ho sprang, with logal stride,
and to tho mirror rushed,
Where, soothingly, nine cohorts
straight, with one new "pledgo"
Right In a row, all neatly groomed,
and stand without supports,
What further evidence of "IT" can
bo produced in Torts?
Why tarry long, but lot us wait,
and boo how many fates
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not' sour grnpos.
P08ITION8 OPEN FOR TEACHER8.
Civil Service Examinations for Jobs
Hn the Philippines.
Tho United States civil service com
mission announces an examination on
Match 8th and 9th, 1911, at all tho
principal cities of tho United Stntes,
for securing a list of ollgibles from
which to mako selections to fill posi
tions in tho Philippine teaching ser
vice. The places to which between
sixty and ono 'hundred will bo appoint
ed for next school year are high school
positions, as teachers of English,
mathematics, history, science, domes
tic science and home economy, indus
trial and manual training subjects, and
supervisors of tho moro than four
thousand public schools taught by
over 8,000 Filipino teachers.
This is a field which requires tho
services of young men of superior
qualifications, excellent character and
good preparation, who are able to
maintain a position of influence among
a rapidly developing people.
For the right kind of men thero are
excellent opportunities to tak a large
part In the solution of some of the
problems now confronting this country
and at the .same time gain an experi
ence and training which willy bo of
Tho government offers entrance sal
aries of $800 to $1,200 and transporta
tion to Manila, with promotion to $2,
000. This is the last examination of
tho present school year and those who
are appointed as a result of this ex
amination will bo expected to salf for
Manila within the next few months-,
ready for the opening of tho now
Mayor Don L. Love will address a
students' meeting at All Souls' church,
corner Twelfth and H streets, Sunday
at 12 o'clock, immediately after the
morning service. The subject Is
"Tho Responsibility for Work." Mayor1
Love recently, addressed, a large audit
enco at convocation, and those who
heard him will be interested Jn this
WIN THE FIRST CONTEST
NEBRA8KA DEFEAT8 AME8 BY A
8CORE OF 41 TO 20.
CORflHUSKERS WIN BY TEAM WORK
CARRIER IS THE 8TAR, MAKING A
TOTAL OF 14 POINT8.
Aggies Outplayed from the 8tart, but
Try to Make a Hurricane Finish
at the End of the
Nebraska took tho first conference
basketball gamo of tho Boason, playod
on tho homo floor, last night from
Ames by a scoro of 41 to 20. Tho vis
itors wore outplayed from tho start,
Nebraska rolling up a total of ten
points before tho Ames quintet start
ed. Fast playing and excellent toam
work on tho part of tho Cornhuskors
spoiled tho defent of the Agglob, as
they were only once nblo to break
down tho Nebraska plays. This was
at tho close of tho first half, when
Ames by a wondorful spurt held tho
Cornhuskers scoreless for threo min
utes and when the half ended tho
score was 18 to 10 In favor of Ne
In tho second half Ames never had
a chanco to win, Nebraska throwing
goal almost at will. Tho gamo was
tho cleanest that has been played on
tho local floor this year, only two per
sonal fouls being registered against
both teams. Carrier (tho former Om
aha high school star, was tho sensa
tion of tho gamo, making a total of
seven field goals or more points for
Nebraska than any other man, and
throwing goals from almost any point
on tho floor. Owon, who wont in for
Captain Hutchinson of tho Nebraska
five in tho second half, also played a
Btar gamo, throwing four baskets dur
ing tho last half.
To Veltrup 8tars.
For Ames, To Veltrup, tho big cen
ter, starred, although ho was unablo
to do 'very much with Hiltnor. Both
men were well matched and threw
three field goals each. H. Brown and
J. Brown for tho Aggies also scored
six points each for their school.
Tho exhibition of team work on tho
part of tho Cornhuskers was the best
that the men havo shown this season.
Passing and dribbling was almost per
fect, and tho local five outclassed the
Ames quintet at every turn. From
start to finish the gamo was fast, both
teamB playing at break-neck speed
throughout. Tho second half marked
tho substitution of several Nebraska
mon, folir In all, while Ames put but
two new men Into tho game. Tho
final scoro was 41 to 20.
Nebraska Gibson, r. g.; Hutchinson '
(capt.), Owen, 1. g.; Hiltnor, c.J Frank,
Klddoo, Watters, r. g.; Carrier, 1. g.
Ames J. Brown, Carrigan, r. g.; H.
Brown, 1. g.; To Veltrup, "Telss, c; '"
Chappell, r. g.; Mosher (capt.), 1. g.
Field goals: Carrier 7, GlbBon 4,
Owen 4, Hiltnor 3, Hutchinson 2, J. ;
Brown 3, H. Brown 3, To Veltrup 3. j
Referee Dr. R. G. Clapp.
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