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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1911)
VOL. XI. NO. 6.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCT. 3, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
GUARDED BY CADETS
LINE OF MARCH PATROLED BY
CFHCERS HAVE CHARGE Of STREETS
Fcur Hundred Uniformed University
Students Form the President's
The University cadets, officers and
men, wore In tholr glory yesterday
when they acted as military guard
and escort to Prosldont William H.
At the Burlington station the na
tion's chief executlvo was mot by a
lotachmont of cadetB who' formed an
Aisle between tho train and tho auto
mobile which was waiting to tako him
to tho hotel. Tho president saluted
this company of cadetB.
Tho cadets' with arras at "shoulder,"
patroled tho streets during tho entire
two hours of tho prosldont's stay In
tho city. After tho banquot at tho
Lincoln hotel, the presidential parade
passed down Ninth str.oot and east on
O street, nd aftor taking a round
about course, arrived at the Audi
torium. All along tho way ho paBBed
through streots kept clear by cadot
ofllcorB and privates.
' An Amusing Incident.
An amusing Incldont occurred at
tho Lincoln -hotoL-Corner whqn a ca
det officer ordered a dray wagon" To
net off of tho Btrcot. Tho wagon was
Tbacked up against tho curbing ready
to unload a shipment of plumbing
supplies, but no effort was bolng
made to got rid of tho load, tho wagon
liolng filled with anxious men waiting
'to seo tho president from a high posi
tion. Tho offlcor, however, sympa
thized with thoBO who wore on tho
. Tvalk and could not seo through tho
-wagon. Orders were spoodlly Issued
for all" wagons to bo cleared from tho
streets. Tho officer was mot with a
refusal. Tho driver did not care to
inovo on. But tho officer proved hlm
solf master of tho situation and he
ordered lilm to move or submit to
It' was tho duty of tho cadets to
lceop all onlookers on tho walks. No
street cars, wagons' or pedestrians
were allowed on tli9 streets during
tho passing of tho procession. The
men proved themselves to bo excel
Order Was Perfect.
All along. O street order was per
fect and no troublo occurred. Tho
9 only time when tho cadets had to ubo
force was at Thirteenth and M, just
after the president had left the Audi
torium. CrowdB of eager men and
women swarmed out on to tho streot
as if they would follow tho presiden
tial auto. They were repelled by the
' -cadets, who were forced to ubo guns
and sabres in holding tho mob. Tho
disorder was quieted in a fow seconds
-with little unnecessary oxcltemont.
No other trouble of any sort was reported.
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LARGE NUMBER PLEDGE
OVER ONE HUNDRED MEN WEAR
. GREEK RIBB0N8.
SORORITIES ALSO PLEDGE MANY
Short Season of Rushing Ends With
Unusually Large Number of
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
JERRY WARNER RETURNS
ALL MISSOURI VALLEY QUARTER-
SENIORS MEET THURSDAY
HOLMES ONLY CANDIDATE FOR
Shortly after ono o'clock Monday
aftornoon a man giving his address
as David City, Nebr., and his name
as Loon C. Warner, was registered
at tho University of Nebraska. This
may mean more to uomo of the stu
dents when It is disclosed that his
nickname la "Jerry."
Jerry Warner Las come back to
colloge. and that means that Jerry
Warner will wear a Cornhuskerfoot
oall suit during the coming season
Just what further It means will be
hard to forecast.
Is Second Year.
Warnor has been at Nebraska two
voars. but played his first 'varsity
football last season when ho starred
at quarter to such an extent that he
was picked for the All-Missouri Val
ley. Ho became interested In a farming
venture tho past summer, and for a
time decided that ho was through
with college, but when ho came to
Lincoln on a visit recently he found
tho call too strong and decided to
put on a uniform.
' Out In Suit
Warnor was out at practlco last
night in his old position, and put tho
back-field through its paces in whirl
wind fashion. This gives Coach
Stiehm tho man to complete what
promises to bo a phonomonal back,
field, and adds tho last drop to the
Cornhuskor cup of joy.
Tho Ponlors hold their olectlon next
Thursday morning In Memorial Hall.
Llttlo IntoreBt 1b bolng aroused over
this election since thcro are no op
posing candidates. Searlo Holmes,
who announced his Intention of try
ing for tho big plum ovor a week ago,
has as yet been unsuccessful in forc
ing out a rival.
HolmoB is a graduate of tho Omaha
High School and is a member of tho
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Ho Is
an Innocent and for several yoars has
been a prominent figure In tho stu
dent body. Ho is interested in dra
matics, having played an important
rolo In tho Junior Play of laBt year.
Meeker In Hospital.
Davo Meeker, who is out for tho
Sophomore presidency, has been
takon to Saint Ellzaboth's hospital,
where ho is recovering from a seri
ous illness. His friends expect him
to be out in a few days.
Cherrlngton Heard From.
Ben Chorrlngton, 1911, Phi Kappa
PsI, writes from tho University of
California, at Berkeley, that ho la woll
sotled In his work as secretary of
tho University Y. M. C. A. Ho states
that although California University is
a groat institution, ho longs to bo
back at Nebraska.
Cherrlngton completed hla academic
courso nt Nebraska last June.
Aftor ono of tho host spirited yot
moBt actlvo rush weeks In tho hlBtory
of Nebraska Grookdom, tho fraterni
ties announced pledged at noon yos
terday. Ovor 100 men wore plodgod, and
othor namcB of moro than sovonty
flvo co-eds woro published Sunday as
having pledged to tho sororities.
Alpha Tau Omega.
Bruco Mallory, Alllanco; Lloyd
Adams, Omaha; Harloy Brown, Lin
coln; Chestor Dobbs, Boatrlco;
Goorgo Golb, Omaha; Rex Coffoo,
Chadron; Clarence Doll, Lona, III.
Alpha Theta Chi.
Don Enfield, Watorloo; Donald
MapeB, Norfolk; Leonard Marshall,
Omaha; Donald Howo, Omaha; Earl
Taylor, Yates Contor, Kansas.
Beta Theta PI.
Paxton Stoddard, Lincoln; Horbort
Rlggs, Watorloo; RubboII Swift, Har
lan, Iowa; Ed Fiolds, Lincoln; Nel
son Bowors, Lincoln; Gcorgo Zwln
glo, Lincoln; Ralph Doud, Omaha;
Warron Howard, Omaha; Jamoa Cal
hounrRod Cloud? Clydo-WhltorYork?
Windsor Lloyd, Bradshaw; Ralph
Bodwoll, Omaha; Walter Klopp, Om
aha; Wilson Todd, Omaha.
Delta Tau Delta.
Blalno Sloan, Gonova; Porter
Sloan, Gonova; Goorgo Aldrlch, Lin
coln; Ralph Ross, David City; Johu
McGurk, David City; Tryon Shoppard,
University Place Ulmont Edson,
Council Bluffs; H. C. Gollathy, Cedar
Bernard Wostovor, Rushville; Ray
mond Westovcr, Rushville; Sain
Waugh, Lincoln; Victor Vackon, Har
lan, Iowa; Claudo Stewart, Laramie,
Wyo.; Albert Hoppo, Lincoln; Lovts
Thomas, Hobron; William Went
Gordon Bock, Peru; Harold Tem
ple, Lexington; John Ray, Geneva;
Edward Pettis, Lincoln; Frank Beg
ley, Springflold; Phillip Shorwood,
Rod Cloud; Floyd Tunuro, Rod
Cloud; Buril Boolo'r, Chicago; Don
Bennett, Pawneo City; Kenneth
Stionburg, Aurora; George Hoffmels
ter, James Burson, Seattle, Wash.
Phi Kappa PsI.
Phil Southwlck, Lincoln; .Merle
Phi Delta Theta. '"
Victor Halllgan, North Platte;
Harry Thomas, University Place;
James Hutchlnn, Falls City; Donald
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