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VOL. XI. 'NO. 13.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN THURSDAY OCT. 12, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
THIRD PRACTICE GAME
WITH FRESHMEN TODAY
VARSITY BOYS LINE UP AGAINST
PRACTICE YESTERDAY SATISFACTORY
Stlehm Is Determined to Put Out a
Winning 1911 Eleven for
A real toBt of tho worth of tho
Cornhuskor brigade of this year will
bo made tonight on Nebraska Field,
whon tho Varsity team moots the
Freshmen and scrubs in tb,o weokly
practice game. Tho Vtfrslty will have
only its own players to draw on dur
ing tho game, but tho other two teams
will altornato in lining up against tho
Practice at Farm.
Rusticating out on the State Farm
grounds again Wednesday night, the
regulars wont through a strenuous
practice, under Coach Stlehm. The
big mentor of tho lads who mako up
Nebraska's hopes this year, is deter
mined that tho eleven that ho turnB
out shall havo an Impenetrable line
and a great part of the work of the
team is in defensivo playing, drilling
so that whon Minosota's heavy back
Hold hits tho Nebraska lino it will bo
a stono wall that will check tho
RIFLE RANGH-OR CADETS
INDOOR RANGE TO BE INSTALLED
ON THE CAMPU8 FOR YATES
ALUMNI CLUB FORMED.
Organization at Falls City Holds
Meeting Officers Elected.
Tho first Nobraaka Alumni associa
tion in tho state was organized at
Falls City Tuesday evening.
The following wore elected to servo
during the ensuing year: Dr. W. It.
Boose, '99. president; City Attorney
JamoB E. Loyda, '95, vlco-prosident;
Nolo Heacock, '06, secretary, and MIbb
Dorothy Morohoad, '11, treasurer.
Qeorgo Kllno, secretary of the state
association, reports great interest
throughout tho state, and ho intends
to organize every county In tho near
future. Furnas, Red Willow, Adams
and Seward counties will each havo
an association before tho end of the
Nobraaka is going to win tho Na
tional rifle competition this year if
increased facilities can do it.
One of tho finest indoor ranges lit
tho west is soon to bo installed in
tho basement of one of tho buildings
on tho campus. Ten largo targets
with full indoor equipment are or
dered, and a now rifle intended espe
cially for indoor target work will be
Nebraska Enters Contest.
Tho entire regiment will try out in
this rango about December 1, , and
from tho mon making tho best scores
twenty will bo plokod to form tho
Yates Rifles. From this organization
is selected the team to represent Ne
braska in the N. R. 'A. contest.
Tho National Rifle association is
composed of all tho colloges in the
country in which military Bclonce 1b
taught. It furnishes all badges for
sharpshootlng, and for tho winners of
All fees required by this organiza
tion are paid by tho authorities of tho
TENNIS TOJRNY DEGINS
THIRTY-FOUR MEN OUT FOR THE
RACQUET HONORS DRAW
GIRLS AL80 PLAY TENNI8.
Tournament for University Women
on the Program.
ORIENTAL FARMER HERE.
Director of Turkish Experiment Sta
tion On Inspection Tour.
Tho experiment station was visited
today by tho Honorable Richard;
Schroodor, director of tho Turkestan
agricultural experiment station of
Mr. Schxoedor has visited tho exper
iment stations of New York, Michigan
and Wisconsin, and goes from Nebras
ka to Kansas, thence to tho Interna
tional Dry-Farming Congress at Colo
rado Springs, and on the PaclflcIcoaBt
to study tho citrus fruit industry of
Mr, Schroeder mentions having met
Dean, Bessey and Dr. Ernst A. Bessey,
now of Michigan, at his experiment
station In Turkestan.
Girls interested in tennis will meet
today at noon to mako final arrange
ments for the tennis tournament to bo
hold In tho afternoon. This has
boon decided at a meeting of tho on
thUBlasts. No class teams will contest this fall,
tho contest being for tho individual
championship only. Next spring teams
will probably bo organized to contest
for the class championship.
All girls, whether members of tho
tennis club or not, aro olllglblo for
this tournament, and all aro urged to
sign up at onco. Those Interested
should sign their names on tho card
hanging in the women's gymnasium.
There are about ton members of last
year's club back again this year, and
these, together with a number of
promising freshmen, will mako an In
FRESHMAN CONCLAVE TUE8DAY.
A Quartette of Candidates for the
Chlefshlp of Class.
Tho freshman election and organiza
tion of tho class will bo held Tues
day morning of next week at 11:30
o'clock in Memorial hall.
President Clayton S. Radcllffo of
tho juniors, will preside 'during the
meeting, which will have for its sole
purpose tho selection of a president
from tho four candidates, Guy C. Der
ry, Robert Finloy, Elmer HanBen and
Robert McFarland. 'All swear that
they are in for a fight to tho finish.
A manager of freshmen for tho' ap
proaching Olympics may bo appoint
ed by tho new clasB .president.
Candidates for other offices in the
class have not yet been'publlcly an
Drawings havo boon made for tho
fall tonniB tournamont and players
can find their names posted on tho
buUetln board by tho tennis courts.
Considerable interest in tho game has
boon shown, thirty-four enthusiasts
having entered tho fray. Matches aro
scheduled at tho convenience of tho
players", who aro requested to got
them played off as soon as possible.
'Following is tho ontry list:
R. D. Flory plays Freeman.
A. Schmidt plays R. F. Curtlco.
Sam Waugh plays H. M. Davis.
P. McQullough plays F. R. Trumball.
W. E. Liborman plays W. Beck.
L. R. Robinson playB M. F. Good
body. A. H. Hlltnor plays L. T. Hunt.
G. M. Soeman plays R. H. Flnlay.
R. A. Haggart plays S. Farley.
G. W English plays W. P. Dreshor.'
C. F. Andrews playB W. B. Harm.
G. F. Farman plays R. O. Jackson.
J. T. Tate plays W. F. Goodman.
F. C. McConnell plays G C. Proud.
C. L. Lewis plays O. Meyers.
H. Gootzo plays G. H. Williams.
Hathaway plays wlnnor of Lewis
and Meyers match.
R. McCollough plays winner of Eng
lish and Droshor match.
LAW SCHOOL PLOMS GO
TO HASTIHD PHARES
ATTORNEY8 HAVE EXCITING Pp.
TUESDAY'S ELECTION UNTESTED
Freshmen Getting Ready, 8ophomores
Elect Today and Then Peace
W. J. M. Robertson and Miss Helen
George Married at Fremont.
Tho first wedding among University
alumni, slnco tho now school year be
gan, was celebrated at Fremont re
cently. Miss Helen Gray, Delta Delta
Delta, who graduatod In 1909, was the
bride, and Will Robertson, also 1909,
of Plattsmouth, was tho groom. Tho
ceremony performed at tho homo of
tho bride's parents. Plattsmouth will
bo tho homo of tho couplo after their
honeymoon, Mr. Robertson 'being a
practicing attorney there. While at
tho University, tho brldo won Phi
Bota Kappa honors.
JUNIOR GIRL8 ORGANIZE.
Silver 8erpents to Take Active Part
In Class Affairs.
Tho Silver Serpents, junior organi
zation, mot Tuesday afternoon and
formally organized under tho direc
tion of Florence Rush.
The following officers wore elected
for this year:
President, Louiso Curtis; vice
president, Mary Holcomb; secretary
and treasurer, Florence Schwako.
A resolution to take moro active
part in class affairs was passed, and
tho gonoral Work of tho year discussed.
E. B. Perry, '99, is running for dis
trict Judge in tho Fourteenth Judicial
district. Ho is now a resident of Cam
R. C. Roper, '00, camqfdQwn from
David City Tuesday to argue, a case
in the supremo court.
Two elections of importance woro
held yostorday. R. E. Pharos was
olocted prosldont of tho senior law
class and Robort Hastings was tho
choico of tho juniors for their head
office. Neither of tho mootlngs could
bo said to bo qulot. Both oloctlons
woro spirited. Typical law enthus
iasm was not lacking. Tho sopho
mores will elect a president today.
Wins at Second Meeting.
Hastings was oloctod Junior law
president at tho Becond election. At
tho first mooting, hold on TuoBday,
Hastings was defoatod by Rowland
Thomas, tho count being 46 to 41.
Aftor caroful perusal of tho class roll
It was discovered that moro ballots
had been cast than tho total enroll
ment of 60. Eighty-seven votes had
boon cast. Tho defeated sldo con
tested tho election. At tho second
meeting yostorday, Hastings was se
lected and tho total number of ballots
cast tallied exactly with tho number
of men present.
8oph 8quabble Today.
Tho sophomoro oloctiqn will bo
pulled off today at 11:30 in Memorial
hall. Frank Kruso and John Cutright
aro tho two sophomoro candidates.
Both aro woll known and popular, and
tho fight is going to bo a hot one.
Kruso is a Lincoln high school man
and a football star. Ho played on tho
Froshman team until ho broko his
ankle in tho Olympics. This year ho
is on tho Varsity squad.
Cutright Is a graduate of tho Oma
ha high school. Last yoar ho was
qulto prominent in university life. Ho
1b a mombor of the Alpha Tau Omoga
fraternity. Ho made tho Froshman
Debating squad and played on tho
class basketball team.
With tho sophomoro cqntest this
morning and tho freshman election
coming on Tuesday, tho University la
now looking forward to a post cam
paign period of quietness.
A NEW COMPANY.
Range Detachment Disbands Cap-'
tain to Be Selected.
Tho latest announcement coming
from miliary headquarters Is to tho
effect that tho RIflo company or
Range Detachment, as it has boon
known, is to bo disbanded and tho
men comprising It aro to form a now
company. No definite plans havo been
announced, but applications are In
order for tho captaincy. Wayno Car
rol Is captain of the riflo company.
8lgma Nu Pledge. '
Sigma Nu announced yesterday the
pledging of Milton Barrett of Nebras-
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