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VoL X. No. 135
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
CANDIDATES FOR ELECTION
TO THE WTIC BOARD
A Brief Summary of Each Man's
ELEVEN TO BE ' CONSIDERED
Male Students Who Successfully Com
pleted Twelve Hours Last Se
mester Entitled to Vote.
At the athletic board election next
Monday, men of tho university will
cIioobo five students to servo on tho
board of control for the season of 1911
12. Eleven prominent men have filed
requests with Dr. Clapp to have their
names placed on the ballot. Of
these eleven men, nine are fraternity
men. Only two candidates, "Stub"
Hascall and O. W. Miller, aro not fra
Inquiries are being received as to
just who may vote at this election.
Male students of tho university who
successfully carried twelve hours of
university work last semester and aro
qualified by work done UiIb semester
are considered voters at tho athletic
board selections. Tho eleven men
who have filed for a place on the bal
lot are' as follows:
.L. It. Anderson, Phi Delta Thota, is
a member of the Nebraska track team.
Louie is a long distance runner and
is a good supporter of all other ath
letics. H. R. Ankony, Delta Chi, is also a
track man. Harry has been promi
nently connected with tho athletic
committees In his class and is a
booster for tho greater university
Sam It. Buck, Phi Gamma Delta, is
a newspaper man of oxperlonce.
W. T. Carrol, Kappa Sigma, has
taken an active Interest in athletics.
Wayne is a first-class Cornhuskor
Owen Frank, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Is both a football and basketball, star.
"Turp" has always been therewith
tho goods. He Is at present a member
v of tho athletic board, serving by ap-'
polntment to fill out tho unexpired
term of S. V. Shonka, who withdrew
from tho university for one semester.
E. S. Munson, Alpha Tau Omega,
holds the university broad jump rec
ord. He was a member of the track
team last year and Is doing good work
again this year.
A. H. Hiltner, Alpha Theta Ch play
ed center on' tho varsity basketball
team thiB year. "Art" 1b a Lincoln
man. Ho has made good at the uni
versity. W. L. Bates, Delta Upsllon, is a two
mller. He' 1b n junior and was presk
dent of hlB class tho first somesteiK
this year. Hq won his "N" Intrack
last year. Verno or "Bill" as he Is
known by both names, vas also a
member of tho 'varsitycross country
team of 1910.
It. M. SwitzlerPhi Kappa Psl, Ib
an Omaha manr Ho Is well known as
an athletlcnewspapor critic, being
local correspondent for Denver, Oma
ha andSt. Paul papers, and Is at pres
' entconnected with tho Lincoln Star.
. ''-V. C. Hascall, better known as
"Stub," is one of the two candidates
FIVE STAR AGGREGATION
IS G0MIN6TR0M KANSAS
COACH FIELD THINK8 NEBRA8KA
SCORE WILL BE (LOSE AT BEST
The Jayhawkert Depend on Famous
Quintet to Overcome' the Corn-
hutkers Next Saturday.
SEEN ON THE CAMPUS.
who Is not a fraternity man. Ho Is
a junior law student, made his "N"
In football and has been connected
with university class athletics In the
capacity of coach and manager.
O. W. Miller, a prominent wreBtler,
Is also a candidate, being a nonfrater
nlty man. Miller is a freshman law
student, coming to Nebraska last fall
from the University of Iowa.
MANY INQUIRIES FOR WORK.
Employment Bureau Urges Early Applications.
Tho student employment bureau is
a busy place these days according to
tho mall carrier who makes the deliv
eries. Responses to advertisements
for summer positions are coming in
and the men who care to take advan
tage of tho opportunity had better
make application for summer employ
ment at once. Tho best Jobs will be
given to those who apply first. Tho
returns from the letters sent out to
men asking for reports on outside
work done have been very satisfactory.
A few, howover, have forgotten to,,
make a report.
be interested, to make a subscription
of $5.00 payable on or before March
1, 1912. Nebraska's alumni have al
ways been loyal to the Y. M. C. A., and
tho class of 1911, from tho spirit
shown last night, Bcems to bo no ex
ception. Seniors always have visions of a fat
pocketbook after graduation when the
hard times or Btudent daj'B are over.
The association budget will increase
?f00 next year and It is up to tho
class of 1911 to furnish tho larger
part of that amount.
THE BIBLE STUDY COMMITTEE.
). A. SENIORS MEET.
Decide to Support University Associa
tion After Graduation.
A committee of senior Y. M. C. A.
men met last -night to discuss tho
policy of their support to tho local as
sociation after graduation. It waB de
cided to ask every senior who could
Decide on Four Courses of Study to J
Be Offered Next Year. s
The Y. M. C. A. Bible study commit
tee mot last night in the basqiiient of
tho Temple. After lunch he commit
teemen set themselvestb the task of
outlining tho coursesfor noxt yoar. A
largo work wHlbo done and it Is
planned to have at least four courses
offered. xOne of them will bo particu
larly --adapted to first year men and
others will be e&peclally for men In
tho upper classes.
Plans are now underway for meet
ings of the normal training class yet
this semester. Heretofore this class
has not been organized until fall, but
It Is thought that this throws tho
opening of Bible classes too late in tho
semester. Tho committeemen and
prospective leaders are more than en
thusiastic over tho outlook for next
"I think wo will beat them, but not
by a largo majority of points." Such
was the statement yesterday mado by
Coach Field of the University of Ne
braska whon Interviewed concerning
tho Kansas-NcbrasUu track meet to bo
held on tho Nebraska athletic field
Saturday afternoon, May G.
Kansas In Condition.
Rumors from tho Kansas sldo-llnes
are to tho effect that Kansas is com
ing -prepared for a general "wipe-out"
noxt Saturday. Their team, common
ly called tho "flvo-star aggregation,"
Is one of the best in tho Missouri
Valley conference. Constituted chlof
ly of five star track men, although
several other bits of good niaterlal aro
present, the team represents somo of
tho best track athleteB -ever slated
agalnBt Nebraska. The Woodbury
brothers, famous in tho .layhawk camp,
aro two of the best on tho team, ex
celling especially in the high hurdlos
and polo vault. Roberts Is a notori
ous merchant of tho short speed va
riety, having passed Reed, tho Ne
braska captain, both in the hundred
and fifty, making tho latter victory at
the Omaha Indoor meet.
' French of Kansas Is a sweepstake
high jumper, being unduoly qualified
In tho very event In which Nebraska
is materially weak. Hamilton, tho
fifth spoko of the Jayhawker whcol,
presents a great record In the quarter
mile event und is apparently ablo to
duplicate his mark at will. With this
short resume of tho best representa
tives of the nelghbdr-Btato aggrega
tion, It is evident that Nebraska will
have ample competition In tho Satur
day meet, and that this meet, tho only
one of the conference series to bo
held at Nebraska, will be ono of tho
most closely contested and Interesting
of tho series.
Out of Order.
It Is difficult to review tho Nebras
ka situation without appearing to con
coct "bear stories." Aside from tho
entranco to tho Ames meet, Nebraska
Is In as poor a condition to undertake
a conference meet now as at any other
time of tho season. Four men, Reed,
Linstrum, Munson, and Powers, are
seriously handicapped. Captain Reed
has been stiff ever since tho Aggie
event and does not seem to bo Improv
ing in form; Linstrum Is laid up with
a sprained ankle, and Munson and
Powers are both on tho "bad-oi'dor"
list. Aside from these valuable, tim
bers of the team, tho men aro In fair
ly good condition for the Kansas meet
and appear to ho craving for some
moro of tho "Rock-chalk, Jay-Hawk"
Everything has been dorio to make
tho Saturday meet ono of tho fastest
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