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Vol. X. No. 128 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911. Price 5 Cents.
GREAT STRENGTH REVEALED
REMARKABLE ABILITY OF NEW
MEN THE FEATURE.
ELECTRICAL A880CIATION MEET8
BECKER WINS THE HALf MILE
Lindstrum, Russell, Black, Christmas,
May, Ross and Rice Get '
Place on Squad.
Students of University Invited to At-
tend Sessions This Week. j,
Tho Nebraska Electrical ubbocIu
tion 1b holding Its annual meeting in
Lincoln this weok. Tomorrow after
noon Professor Morse rends a paper
on "Electric Lluhtlnc By-Products.1'
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Tne sossions win conciuno witn a trip
to the Huvelock shops Wednesday af
ternoon. Students Interested ' are In
vited to attond.
material in tho university, which
promiBev a close and exciting moot.
The beautiful cup now on exhibition
at Armstrong's is to be presented to
the winning class. Individual medals
of silver ;uul bronze will bo Riven tho
The university band will give a con
cert in the afternoon at the farm, be
BldeB playing for tho morning exer
cises. Tho lunch to be served will
surpass any that has been provided on
any past Ivy day.
C. .T. Lord is chairman of the committee.
ARE THE CHAMPIONS
Y. M. AND Y. W. C. A. UNITED.
Although no records were broken
in the try-outs for tho university track
team, the results were such that oven
the most skeptical should be salislied.
The showing in the dashes wub not
bo good ns in tho long runs. This
was largely duo to the condition of
the track, which is far from in good
shape. This defect will be remedied,
however, by next Saturday, when tho
dual meet with Ames comes.
In general tho competition was
strong and few events woro won with
ease. Kecu capturcu tno nu-yuru.
dash with a good lead, but had not so
easy a time in tho 22( and was only
third In the 100. Tho feature of the
moot was the showing made by new
mon. A real surprise came when
Decker finished the half mile ahead
-nf-And;rHnnr.Qne at , flic ftest renuted
long distance runners I In tho valley.
Becker Is a Junior and will bo eligible
for the team. The pole vault wub not
held owing to tho fact that the men
hud been ' tired out In other events
and their standing hnd nlready been
learned from the practice. In tho two
mile Molik mndo a good nice and led
for most of tho way, but Bates seemed
tho stronger and sprinted nhead at
the finish. Tho liammer throw ha
been bnrred from intercollegiate
Tho final results of tho try-outs
wore as follows:
100-yard dash First, May; second,
Rncely; third. Hoed. Time, 10 2-5 sec
onds. Tenm, .May and Rood.
220-yard dash First, Heed; second,
Christmas; third, "May. Time, 23 sec
onds. Team, Reed and Chrlstmns.
440-yard run First, Heed; Ankony,
second. Time 52 3-5 seconds. Tenm,
Reed and Ankeny.
Half miler un Becker, first; Ander
son, second; Amborson, third. Time,
two mInuteB and three seconds.
Mile run Anderson, first; Kenned,
second; Rice, third. Time 4 minutes
and 57 seconds. Team, Anderson nnd
' Two-mile run Butes, first; Melik,
second. Time, 10 mliluteB 45 seconds.
Team, Bates and Molik.
High hurdles RusboII, first; Lind
strum, second; Black third. Time, 10
2-5 seconds. Team, Russell and Black.
Low hurdles LfmUtrnm, first; Rus-
spll, second. Time, 28 seconds. Team,
. Russell and l,indstrum.
Discus throw Collins, first; Har
mon, second; Gibson, third. Distance,
10G feet G inches. Te'rim, Collins nnd
Shot put Ross, first; Stryker, sec
ond. Dlstunce, 33 feet 2 inches. Team,
Collins and Ross,
Broad jump First, Grahnm; sec
ond, Black; third, Nofslger. Distance,
20 feet VA inches. Team, Black and
Nefslgor. ' '
High, jump Graham and Hastings
tied for first: Russell, second. Height,
b fe6p(P,inchcB: Tenmr-Grahum-
ELLIOTT AND RUBY VICTORS IN
WEAYER IS THE THIRD GYMNAST
FINANCE CAMPAIGN ON.
Two Associations to Hold Joint Ban
quet Next Saturday.
Saturday evening ut G o'clock tho
Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. will hold a
joint banquet ut the St. Paul's Meth
odist church. There will bo u general
Jollification and tho work of the past
yeur will be reviewed. With this end
In View u good toaBt list, is being
propured nnd somo prominent Y. Mi
C. A. nmn who has gone out from this
institution will' bo the touBtmastor.
The cuisine will be well worth the
time of those who aro not particularly
attracted by programs. It Is expected
that botween two and three hundred
will be present. Tickets are now be
ing sdld by the members of the asso
ciations for 25 cents.
Barred from Contesting for Team
Honors Cornhuskers Surprise
Many at Chicago Meet.
Y. W. C. A. Girls Want to Raise $500
by Memberships and Contributions.
The nnnuul finance campaign of the
Y. W. C. A. Is on this wook. Owing
to various delays and outside Inter
ruptions It wub not possible to ar
range for Uie campaign earlier in the
year as originally planned. But this
is going to be the big week and tho
girls want to raise from now member
ships and contributions of old mom
hers; fnculty and friends, $500, which
will complete tho budget for the yonr.
-'O AM CE-X1CKEXSGNSALE
TEMPTATIONS OF A PHYSICIAN.
Dr. Poynter to Speak on Subject at
Sophomore Hop Saturday Next Will
Surely Be a Success.
Tho sophomore hop committee will
meet today at llVclock in U112 to
complete plans for tho big dunce next
Saturday night. Louie Ilagenslck's
full orchestra bus been secured for
the occasion, which is an assuranco
for good music. Loulo and his boys
Jmvo given perfect satisfaction at
many dances this winter and tho
committee is being congratulated on
No tickets will bo Bold at the door,
in accordance with the custom which
has been enforced by tho class of 1913.
Tickets were put on sale a few days
ugo nnd aro to bo hud from any mom
ber of the committee, of which Bur
ton Hill Is tho chairman. If Hill can
not supply them from his allotment, ho
will refer Inquirers to Borne commit
teeman so long as tho tickets last.
This will be the last class Informal of
At the mid-week meeting to bo held
Wednesday evening at G: 15 In tho
Temple, Dr. Charles W. M. Poynter
of the medical college will give an ad
dress on "The Temptutlons of tho
Modern Physician." This promises to
be one of tho best talks of the yonr
and Btudents in the medical school
are invited to attend, as well as all
other men Interested. This Is tho
second of tho life work series to bo
given this year. They aro short talks
by mon who have mndo good In their
chosen lino of work, and 'iroof great
help and value to studonts especially.
Tho first talk1 was given some time
ago by, Prof. Vi G. Mays of tho Lin
NEBRASKA MAN REFUSES HONOR
IVY DAY TICKETS ON SALE
ELABORATE PROGRAM BEING AR
RANGED FOR THE BIG
Tickets for Iy.y day will go on sale
today and can bo bought from any
member of the committee. The tick
ets are twenty-five cents and nd,mlt to
tho bnl game, tho track meet, tho sup
per pud the entertainment In tho
evening. , Ab usual all classes will bo
dismissed for tho day, which is May
3, and oyeryono will bo out to enjoy
tho holiday. Tho morning exorcises,
Including the May pole dance and tho
Ivy day oration, will bo held oii tho
campus in the morning. Th details
of tho program will bo' announced
The, tW.enty-fivo cen,ts h charged
merely to cover the expense Involved,
and-ever-y-student-lnscliQol in expect-,
ed to purchase a ticket It Is u small'
charge considering the entertainment
provided. The mcett tho, state farm
i It ... 1n amsvm rkw?
Louis, Haller Declines Phi Beta Kappa
Out of Bixteen students who wore
elected to Phi Beta Kappa from p
largo class In the college of literature
at tho University of Michigan this
spring two men, Louis Hnller and
John Gutnecht, sent In resignations
soon after tho announcement. Mr.
Haller is a son of Regent Haller of
tho University or Nebraska. "While
both of tho mon avoided publicity in
tho matter, tho Michigan Daily says
that tho probable reason for their no
tion is their 'disbelief in the princi
ples of the organization.
fTho' PnamnnnlUnn club Will meet'
Thuraday evening, April 27, at science will bo between ,the four classes and
hall in the Temple at 7:30 o'clock. Is expected to bring out-all the best
E. Benjamin Andrews Is Somewhat
Improved In Health.
Ex-Chancellor Androws'Vfsited tho
university Friday. Ho wub looking
much better than ho .was on his last
visit. Doctor' Andrew's is now taking
treatment at Green Gables sanitari
um and his many friends In the uni
versity hope for his continued Im
provement. The .students and fnculty
aliko are always glad to see him on
Nebraska won first in the wrest
ling championship and third In tho
Individual gymnustlc championship of
the ninth annual woBtorn lntorcollegl
ato gymnastic championship, held at
Chicago univorsity Saturday night,
April 22. Thoso, in a nut-Bholl, aro tho
Nebraska results In intercollegiate
wrestling and gymnastics.
Six universities competed In this
moot, nnmoly: Chicago, Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Illinois, Jndlunu and Ne
braska. Three championships woro to
bo awurded fencing, wrestling, nnd
henv.y gymnustlcB although Nobraska
sent no representatives to tho fencing
evonts and only two pnrtlclpantu to
each of tho othor events. Sluco six
mon aro allowed for tho team events
of each championship, and Bchools
having less than throe delegates aro
barred ub team aBplrantfl, Nebraska
did not enter with tho expectation of
winning tenm laurels. -In tho individ
ual ovonts, however, Nebraska was
easily recognized us u first runner,
ospeciully so In the wrestling cham
pionship. Wrestling Easy.
Four cIubbcb of wrestling were hold,
including tho regular light, heavy and
middle-weight events, with tho addi
tional feuthor-wolght cluss, less than
125 pounds. Nobraska did not enter
ln'tho feathor-wolght or middle-weight,
Miller being ineligible to tho lattor
ovont, but still the Cornhuskers suc
ceeded in getting Jiigh place by win
ning first in tho light and' 'heavy
weights. Ruby nnd Elliott, respec
tively In the two classes, won easily
In tho afternoon preliminaries and
with no apparent difficulty In the oven-
lng champlonshjp encounters.
The results of tho wrestling cham
pionship aro us follows: Light-wqight
First, Ruby, Nobraska; second, Bar
rond, Wisconsin; third, Broslus, Min
nesota. Middle-weight First, Pen
nington, Indiana; seconu", Mathers,
Illinois; third, Akor, Minnesota.
Heavy-weight First, Elliott, Nebras
ka; second, "Whiteside, Chicago; third,
Mead, Minnesota. Nobraska won first
with 10 points. Minnesota and Indi
ana tied for second, 8 points, whllo
'Chicago won fourth, 7 points. ,
Weaver Gets Third.
"Weaver of NobraBka won third In
the Individual gymnastic champion
ship. In Individual events, he won
second In the parallel bars nnd sec-
kond in tho Hying rings. Stylo of In
diana and Davis of Chicago won first
and second respectively.
jThomps' A. James, whostiW a posi
tion1 lit Polk, wub 'the guesObf i'riendB
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Program to Be Glen hi Memorial
Hall This Morning.1 X J
At convocation today the seniors
will give their annual program. Tho
exercises 111 tbphdld in .Memorial
hall at' 11 a. m Tho" following 'will
bo the program:
Planq Solo- MIbs Agnes "Wlckstrurot
School t)fM?iic 3 USyAfS 1 '
Readings-Mini Julia fNagli " TI I
Class History A. M Haw," L
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