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Vol. X. No. 100
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
FIRST CLASHES IN BASKET
FOUR GAMES THIS AFTERNOON
AND SIX IN THE EVENING.
shall represent nn Institution in each
5. Contestants shall be weighed be
fore tho contest and any one found
over weight shall bo rejected.
PREPARE FOR WRESTLING BOUT
Iowa and Nebraska Still Trying
Arrange Satisfactory Date,
Iowa for Ma'rcTi 14.
HOUSEHOLD (LUB FORMED
holding the attention of his listeners.
Ho will deliver another address at
WoBleyan university and will thcil
leave for Orriaha.
MEMBER8 OF ECONOMICS DE
PARTMENT ORGANIZE FOR
Another new club has been 'formed
What is to become tho annual inter
scholastic basketball meet will com
mence at 3 p, m. today on both the
Armory and Memorial hall floors.
Twenty teams are slated to play the
initial round, four games to be played
in the afternoon and six in the even
ing. The tennis as slated are as fol
lows: 1, Wilbur-Cedar Rapids; 2, Gen-evft-Kearney;
4, Aurora-Falls City; 6. Schuyler-Uni-verslty
High; 6, South Omaha-Central
City; 7, Beatrice-West Point; 7, Lin-coln-Tecumseh;
9, Clarks, Gothenburg;
10, York-University Place.
Sidney drew n bye and will not ap
pear in the first preliminary round, but
will meet one of the Thursday win
ners Friday afternoon.
The Games Today.
The games in tho first set this
afternoon are to be ns follows: Tecum
seh vs. Lincoln; Gothenburg vs.
at the University of -Nebraska which
takes in a comparatively new line. It
is the Household club and was founded
last week. Its object is to further sci
entific and economic investigation of
tho problems of food, clothing and
shelter and to get the members of the
economics department better acquaint
ed. The charter members aro as fol
lows: Irene Dalton, Alice BIrge, -Grace
Richards, Jessie Greene, Mary Brown,
Ellen Brown, Alta Gooden, Berna Mis
kell and Kate Field. The club has an
auxiliary of male members as follows:
Messrs. Bailey, Guthrie, Bevlns, Scho
Held, Downey, Pope, Hallor, Ohlson,
Hammond. Leo and Johnson.
.The faculty members are Miss Hap
per, Miss Hedges and Miss Merrill.
The following have been elected hon
orary members: Miss Folger, MIsb
Uouton and MIsb Davis.
DR. C. J. LIPMAN OF NEW JER8EY
SOPHOMORES TAKE FIRST
' DEBATE FROM FRESHMEN
JUDGE8 GIVE UNANIMOUS DECI
SION FOR SECOND YEAR TEAM.
CONVINCED WOMEN SHOULD V01E
JUNIORS GET CHAMPIONSHIP
Clarks; Stromsburg vs. Omaha.;" Falls
City vs. Aurora. In the evening these
games will bo played: Cedar Rapids
vs. Wllber, University Placo vs. York,
Temple of Lincoln vs. Schuyler, Cen
tral City vs. South Omaha, West Point
vs. Beatrice, Kearney vs. Geneva.
The winners today will bo matched
Friday afternoon In tho order above
stated. Lots will bo drawn to decide
which team gives way to Sidney in the
second set. ThiB team will enter the
semi-finals Friday evening.
Preparations are being made for the
first annual intercollegiate wrestling
to bo held between Nebraska and
Iowa. The exact date for the meet has
not been set, Iowa Insisting on March
14, and Nebraska a later date. The
contest will be hold In Iowa City this
year, the schools alternating there
after. The try-outs for selecting tho Ne
braska representatives will be held In
the near future. Tho most likely can
didates at the present for the positions
In all weights aro Miller, Munson,
Ruby and Elliott.
Dr. R. G. Clapp.hhs submitted a list
of rules for tho coming contest be
tween universities, tho most important
being as follows:
1. 'Flying falls and falls obtained
off the mat are not allowed. Tho
wrestler must be pinned for three
seconds to constitute a fall.
2. A rest of not more than, ton min
utes or less than five minutes shall bo
allowed between each fall.
3. No striking, kicking, gouging,
'hair, pulling, butting, strangling,, or
anything-that endangers life or( limb
will be aliowed. -Tho referee will be
, allowed to compel tho contestants to
"break any hold which ho deems too
dangerous. Refusal will mean dis
qualification. 4. Not more than one contestant
Dr. C. J. Lipman, soil chemist and
bacteriologist of tho New Jersey ex
periment BtanohThasTbeen" InvirdTFby
the board of regents to glvo a Eeries
of lectures beginning March 14. Dr.
Lipman, who Is an author and teacher
of national repute, has accepted.
The following lectures will be given
In Agricultural hall 305, nt 2 p. m.
These are primarily for the university
faculty and university students.
Tuesday: "Rocks, Soils and Bac
Wednesday: "Bacteria and tho Mi
grations of Nitrogen Compounds."
Thursday: "Bacteria and Accumula
tion of Nitrogen Compounds."
(Friday: "Relations of Bacteria to
Systems of Farm Management."
The following lectures 'will bo given
In Agricultural hall 305 rtt 1 p. m.
These are primarily for school of agri
Wednesday: "The Essenco of Soil
Thursday: "The Conservation of
Friday: "Tho Increase of Soil Fer-
Carlson Makes 8trong Plea Against'
Suffrage, but Older Men Prove
DOWN SENIORS 18 TO 6, AND
FIRST YEAR MEN WIN FROM
By winning from the seniors last
night the Juniors won the interclass
basketball championship of the univer
sity. The final score .was 18 to 0.
While the seniors fought hard to ward
off defeat, their, more successful op
ponents showed up stronger than In
the previous contests and maintained
the lead from the start. TIiIb makes
It unnecessary for the juniors to meet
tho sophomores to play off tho game
thrown out by the eligibility commit
.tee, tho third year men being unde
feated. The first game of the evening be
tween the freshmen and sophomores,
resulted In n score of 23 to 20 In favor
of the first year men. Tho sopho
mores were abend at the end of the
first half, but proved less formidable
in the second, when the freBhmen
threw several in rapid succession and
came out at the finish with three
points to the good.
Tho sophomores havo failed to win
a gahio. The teams stand in the- fol
lowing order: Junior, senior, fresh
man and sophomore.
A free illustrated lecture will be
given, Friday evening, March 17, at
8 o'clock. In the Temple theater, en
titled, "The 'Decline and Regeneration
of 'Cultivated SoIIb." This lecture will
be of great Interest to all. Dr. Lip
man Is the author of "Bacteria in Re
lation to Country Life."
EQUAL SUFFRAGE IN COLORADO
MRS. GRENFELL WILL ADDRESS
THE .UNIVERSITY PUBLIC
LECTURE8 ON BIBLE STUDY.
Harrison B. Elliott Gives Interesting
Talk at Y. M. C. A.
Harrison B. Elliott, a well known
Y. M. C, A. speaker, delivered a very
Interesting talk last evening In the
Temple. A large audience was In at
tendance and Mr. Elliott's remarks
were enthusiastically received.' His
talk was for the most part on Bible.
study In schools and colleges, and
after the lecturo offered suggestions.
to tnose present., mr. j'jiuuu iu mi eiu-,
quent speaker and had no trouble in
.Mrs. Helen Loring Gronfell, who is
the speaker at this morning's convo
cation, has been prominent in many
lines of state work in Colorado. Ex
Governor Thomas says she made the
best state official Colorado ever had.
She held the office of state superin
tendent of public instruction for three
consecutive terms. Every year during
her term of office she traveled thou
sands of miles Inspecting schools and
giving addresses on leading questions
of the day.
Her wo;-k In patriotic and humnno
education won notice and commenda
tion from the moBt prominent national
organizations. She has been a, director
of the stato forestry association for
ten years. Mrs. Grenfell Is a member
of the penitentiary and reformatory
board of commissioners of Colorado,
and Is actively Interested In tho work
of Juvenile courts.
She has voted at every state and na
tional election In Colorado since 1893,
and recently has written a treatise on
"Equal Suffrage in -Colorado" which
was issued In pamphlet form after ap
pearing In one of tho leading Journals
of the state. She is most qualified to
speak on, her subject. "Equal Suffrage
In Colorado," today,
Tho sophomore debating team last
night won a unanimous decision over
tho frcshmnn team in U10G. The ques
tion of glvng tho ballot to womon was
at the same time decided by the
Judges In favor of the women. This
was the first of tho InterclasB debates,
and a small crowd was in nttendnnco,
but tho few who were there heard nn
Tho team which won tho debato for
the sophomores was composed of C. F,
Radcliffe, G. R. Mann and II. B. Eng
lish. The freshman team, which put
up n formidable front, consisted of II.
E. Rush, G. F. Farman and F. C. Carl
son. C. L. Rein presided and C. F.
Phillips acted ns timekeeper. Tho
Judges who gave a unanimous decision
in favor of tho Bocond year men wcro
Denn Hastings, Prof. M. M. Fogg and
Prof. G. A. Stephens.
Sophomores the Stronger.
from the llrst and put up a
fight that was too much for the
younger men. A senior after tho "de
bate said that the freshmen Were de
feated at every turn thoy made. In
assailing woman's suffrage, Carlson
was by far tho most successful, nnd
mado n strong plea against tho ballot
Tho senior nnd Junior teams will
compote for supremacy this after
noon at 4 o'clock. Tho two upper
class teams will IIbcubb tho same ques
tion. Thoy will reconsider the suf
frago question Just as if it hnd never
been. debated and decided before. W,
T. Wolvington, A. M. Hare and J. E.
Lawrence will represent tho seniors,
while the Junior class honorB will bo
dofended by D. M. Rogers, Jean Har
grave and W. L. Bates.
It Is likely that there will bo some
excitement in room 100 today when
the debate comes off. All are looking
for a hot contest and there should bo
a good crowd. Tho time has been
changed to 4 o'clock this afternoon to
accommodnte some of the team mem
bers who hnd other engagements for
the evening. Miss Howell's elocution
lecture room will be used as the audi
INTERFRAT COUNCIL MEET8.
Discuss Rushing Rules and Appoint
A meeting of the. Interfratornlty
council was held last evening. Mat
ters concerning the rushing rules
were taken up and discuased. Several
Important committees, were also ap
pointed. Further than this, nothing
could bo learned of what took place, It
being the policy of the council to keep
Its proceedings, for the most part, a
secret. Several members when asked
refused to say anything.
Basket Ball Tournament Starts Today
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