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Vol X. No. 92
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
BY NEBRASKA QUINTET
C0RNHU8KER3 TAKE ONE-SIDED
CONTEST 38 TO 26.
ELABORATE PROGRAM FOR
THE GLEE CLUB CONCERT
MUCH TfME AND WORK PUT IN
KANSAS COMPLETELY OUTCLASSED
Grow Weaker as Game Progresses
Guard Dousman Makes a
, Sensational Throw.
Nebraska won the first game of tho
baskptball series wilh Kansas last
night by a score of 38 to 26. During
the llrst half the Jayhawkors socured
one more, point than tho localB as a
result of Nebraska's fouls, but the
CornhuBkorB ciuno bnck strong In tho
.second ahlf and had things all 'their
own way to tho finish. At no time
during the gamo w"as tho ' 'Issue In
doubt, tho Cornhuskors having a de
cided advantage because of superior
parsing and goal ' throwing from the
In tho first five minutes Kansas
made four points on free throws and
Nebraska secured four baskets from
the field. The Jayhawkors then ral
lied and held their rivals down, but
were unable to keep the ball in their
possession long enough to make any
mihntnnHnl cnln. Threo hasketB were
" finally' made from the neiuy wliichr
with tho nine free throws by Long,
netted them 15 aa against Nebraska's
14 when tho first half ended. Tho
locals secured 12 points from the
field In this half.
The Fatal Second.
Tho fatal second half began with no
changes In tho lineup. Nebraska
scored flrBt on a foul and then made
one ' from tho field. It soon became
evident that a Cornhuskor victory was
certain, the only matter In doubt be
ing the size of tho score. Tho Kan
sas mon seemed weary and at the
last wore only making a feeble at
tempt to keep the score as low as
possible. In this half Kansas made 11
while Nebraska piled up 24.
The stellar performance of tho even
ing came whon Dausman mado an
overhand throw from near tho center
of the flold.'tho ball falling square in
the basket. The work of Long at for
ward for Kansas was also conspicu
ous. Ife made 12 free throws out of
18 attempts. For Nebraska tho steady
guarding of Frank throughout the
game was a feature. Ho was espe
cially noticeable in breaking up tho
Jayhawker plays. Captain Hutchin
son, was in the gamo from the start
and took advantage of ten chances for
free throws. Neither team used any
H'lK What They Did'.
The Bcore In detail follows:
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SENIC EfFECTS AS NOVELTIES
Yacht Scone From "Brewster's Mil
lions" With Special Costumes
To Be BJg Feature.
The Cartoonist's Viewpoint.
Nobrapka Fouls GoalB Throws
Frank, lg 3 0 0
Carrier, rg 4 3 0
Hlltner, c 5 0 0
Hutchinson, rf 4 4 10
GlbsonTTf ''' 2 7 0
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Half Half Final
Nebraska 14 24 38
Kansas 15 11 2C
Referee Robert W. Stephens.
The Missouri basket-ball team will
bo hero for two games, Monday and
Tuesday nights. The Cornhuskers
met tho "show me lads" on their con
ference and lost both contests by
close scores, in tho last gamo it be
ing necessary to play live minutes
overtime before It was decided. It is
most likely that Nebraska will take
both, as Kansas four tlmeB defeated
the Tigers. Tho Missouri lineup is
as follows: Cohen (captain), right
forward; Parker, left forward; Pur
kelBer, center; Burress, left guard;
and Edwards, right guard.
outlining the worth of the sand hills
for commercial purposes. Professor
Wolcott, road a report on fish, and and
game conditions in Nebraska. Ho
urged tho conservation of both. Prof.
Luclle Eaves spoke to tho woman's
section.- She-saidi umong othot things!
"Every person In tho United States
contributes to the wealth of the na
tion. Each person In tho country is
worth $2,700 economically. Yet laBt
year in Nebraska there waB a loss by
death of 10,700 persons. Of this loss,
42 per cent was preventable."
MAY PROHIBIT STUDENT VOTING
BY VOTE OF 17 TO 14 SENATE
DECIDES ON A THIRD
UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS SPEAK
'Fouls Goals Throws
Larson, lg ' 5
Dqusman, rg 3
Stacker; -lfr 7
MAKE MANY ADDRESSES BEFORE
University professors were promi
nent nmong tho speakers at the con
servation congress raeotlngB yester
day. Others who made addresses
were Henry Wallace, C. H. Sloan and
D. C. Brodle.
The committee on forests, oft which
Dean Bes'sey is chairman, reported.
He said that 25 per cent of thq area
of the state 'could profitably bo cov
ered by forests and urged the planting
of trees on ho farm ana, city lot.
Prof. It. J'.' Pool, chairman of tho
committee on sand hills, read a report
By a vote of 17 to 14 tho state son
ate yesterday moved to a third read
ing of the bill prohibiting students
from voting if they are supported
wholly or in part by money from their
parental home. This bill Is a direct
thrust at student voting throughout
the state and particularly at Lincoln,
where the university student vote has
been an important factor in the city
The student vote has always been
questioned and at the city electionjast
spring many students who sought to
cast their ballots were subjected
to cpnsiderabio questioning by tho
JudgeB. The bill before the senate Is
Intended to remove all doubts as to
the student's right to vote by disquali
fying him from participation In elec
tions If ho Is supported by money
from home. It Is the opinion of many
that tho bill may become a law.
Almost every night tho Gleo tilub
has boon practiolng for tho concort
to be given nt th6 Oliver thoat,or noxt
Friday evening. Whllo tho prepara
tion has boon undof way for somo tlmo
and tho progress toward a fin I shod
production has boon rapid, tho elabor
ate program has domanded an unusual
amount of work. '
The program has Jiot yot boon an
nounced but It is understood thnt
thoro nro to bo many novoltios intro
duced. Thpro will bo sovornl rogular
song selections by tho club and solos
by different members as are custo
mary in such performances. In addi
tion thoro will bo Bovoral scenic ef
fects which nro being staged at con
siderable cost. Among theso will bo
tho famouB yacht scone from "Brows
tor's Millions." Special costumes will
bo secured from tho Lichen company
at Omaha to be used In tho difforont
'" " -Personnel oMheClub- t
Thos who will nppoar al tho con
cert nro: First tenors, J. 'R. Frackol
ton, G. H. Graham, W. W. Guldinger,
H. H. Todd and A. J. Wlckland; soc
ond tenors, E. W. Cooko, B. V. Emloy,
L. S. Pierce, H. C. Slater and G.B. Wil
son; first bass, C. L. Clark, Alban
Emloy, W. K. Hodgkln, E. W. Munson
nnd E. C. Sage; second bass, L. A.
Barnes, A. F. Keith, H. M. MoMasters,
Albert Robb, and K. F. Warner; string
quartet, iRay Esterbrook, A. F. Nelson,
Jay Savillo and E. J. Bonner.
Tho officers of tho club are: Todd,
president; Hodgkln, vice-president;
Clnrk, secretary-treasurer; and War
ner, librarian. The oxecutlvo commit
tee Ib composed of Hodgkln, Warner
nnd Clark. Clark Is also official stago
manager for tho company.
LARGE8T CHORU8 YET.
Dean Bessey has received an ap
pointment as a member of tho Nebras
ka Rural Life commission. "This com
mission, which is similar In form to
the National Commission Instituted
by ex-President Roosevelt, will Inves
tigate rural conditions In Nebraska,.
Musical Organization Grows This Se
mester New Officers Elected.
Tho University chorus this semes
ter Is tho largest In the history of tho
college. The chorus work Is under
tho direction of MrB. Carrie B, lay-4 '
mond, who also has charge of all
music for convocation programs. Ono
hotir of regular credit is given stu
dentsvfor service in tho chorus.
Officers for this semester have been, ,
elected as follows: President, L, G.
Hall; vice-president, Lillian Koch;
secretary, Herman Wiebe; sorgennt-at-nrips,
'Ernest Wilson; librarians,
R. fy Saras, J. T. S,wan, Gpnevrevo
Bogarth, and Andra Stone. ' ,-
Catholic Students' Club. ,'
Tho Catholic Students' Club wllf
no conyeno Sunday, out will, ineot .
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