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VOL. XI. NO 27.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN WEDNESDAY NOV. 1, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
MEDICAL ALUMNI TO '
GATHER IN OMAHA
SECOND ANNUAL ALUMNI WEEK
ARE PLANNING FOR BIO TINE
Will Come to Lincoln 8aturday to 8ee
Cornhueker Battlo with Doane.
Much preparation is being made In
tho Medical Dopartraont for tho Sec
ond Annual Alumni Week which will
tako placo in Omaha Novomber 6-11. .
Dean Wollcott 1b making special
.trips to Omaha each week in tho in
toroBt of .tho Medical ollego and this
alumni week. Many prominent medi
cal men aro on tho program and a
largo attendanco is looked for.
Good Program Arranged.
Tho headquarters will bo at tho
Romo hotol, where, a luncheon will bo
sor'ved each day.' A faculty luncheon
will bo, hold Monday ovonlng, Novem
ber C, a bowling contest on Tuesday,
a smoker Wednesday, a good-follow-ship
banquet at tho Romo. hotel Thurs
day ovorilng, medical clinic Friday,
and tho Nobraaka-Doano gamo on Sat
urday. Among tho prominent speakers aro
Drs. J. S. Goetz, Rodnoy "W. Bliss,
R. R. HolllBtor, RJbt H. Wollcott,
Frank Owen, AuguBt F. Jones, Byron
B. Davis, Wilson O. Bridges, Palmer
Flndloy, Harold Gifford, A. B. Somors,
Arthur C. Stokes and Chancellor Sam
Jamca.E. Russell of Columbia Univer
sity to Speak.
Dr. James E. Russell, dean of tho
Teachers' Collego of Columbia Uni
versity, will address tho students in
tho Temple tomorrow at 11:00.
" Doan Russell is making an cxton
slvo tour or tho cpuntry, studying tho
conditions at tho larger universities.
Ho is well known Jn all educational
Whllo in Lincoln ho will visit at tho
homo of Dean Fordyce, who will enter
tain him at an informal luncheon of
Dr. Russell's locturo will bo on somo
phase, of education. It will bo a sub
ject of general concern, and will bo
of interest to all o'f iho Btudent body.
Much Admired Plants Stored In Hot
House for Winter.
The cacti which, wore growing In
the- bed at the southeast corner or
"U" hall have boon transferrecLto tho
hot-houso for tho rest of the winter.
They occupied a prominent placo on
thocampuB during the summer and
were tho subject of frequent comment
among visitors to tho University.
Over twenty, species comprised the
bod. All of them are found In, tho
states of Arizona and New. Mexico.
They were secured by Dr. Bessey
from two collectors who mako a spe
cialty of collecting cacti.
7ext spriag they will be replanted
aseoon as all danger of frost s,gone,
and will 'be aged for study by classes
UNIVER8ITY CHORUS RENDER8
BIG CONTATA UNDER MR8.
A spiondld rendition of Haydon's
cantata, "Tho Creation," was enjoyed
by a much larger audionco than usual
at tho Tuesday morning convocation.
' This cantata, which is tho story of
the creation of man, was ono of tho
moBt elaborato yet attompted by tho
chorus) and showed very careful prep
aration under tho supervision of Mrs.
As soloists Miss Abbott, Mr. Miller
and Mr. Cardor woro of great assist
ance In " rondoring tho work of tho
chorus effective whilo Miss Zumwin
klo's accompaniment on tho plpo or
gan was thoroughly enjoyable.
Great prospects are in storo for mu
sic lovers this year, as tho chorus has
planned an olaborato program.
A cantata, at prosont undecided, will
bo given at Thanksgiving, a portion
of tho Messiah at tho Christmas con
vocation, besides regular programs at
tho 5 o'clock vesper services.
In the later part of tho year a grand
opera in concert form will be pro
duced with the holp of a number of
outsldo soloists, which in itself is
something out of tho ordinary for a
University chorus. - ....
NEW BUILDING AT FARM
CONTRACT LET FOR TWO-8TORY
A new building to bo usod in tho
mahufacturo of hog cholora sorum Is
to bo erected at tho State Farm at
once. The contract for tho work was
lot Monday. Tho building will bo 30
by 118 feet, two stories and basement,
of red brick, stucco and cement
It will bo located about half a mllo
north of tho barns on tho Farm cam
pus. WITH OTHER COLLEGES.
Tho-girls at Purduo University are
organizing basketball teams. Class-
contests aro to bo arranged andfc a
pennant given to tho winning class.
Practico was started and twenty girls
turned out for tho first tryout. ,
Michigan is planning for a $300,000
Y. M. C.A. building.
Mnfm rtntnn mvthlhlta flcnrnttnl
smoking under penalty of suspension.
Tho girls of tho University of Mis
souri had their annual Hallowe'en
party Saturday? Heretofore tho frolic
included only sorority girlB, but this
year anyone could participate. ,
Sixty men tried out for tho gloo
club ,attho. University of Chicago re-;
' In a lively mixup at tho University
of Missouri, when the sophomores
tried to break up a freshman meet
ing, two freshmen were hit wjth
clubs and severely Injured.
8pkes to Entertain.
The Spikes, the freshman Inter-fra-ternlty,wlll
give a dancing party fafc
urday night, November 11.
DEBATING TEAMS PICKED
MEN WHO WILL UPHOLD NEBRAS
KA FOREN8IC8 8ELECTED. '
Two teams of dobators woro choson
last night at tho Varsity preliminaries.
"These two teams wiirYeprcffonfthtr
University in forensic contosts with
Iowa and Minnesota universities this
Sixteon mon, who woro members of
Xho squad or somlnar, tried out for
placos on tho two teams. Tho follow
ing will bo tho mon on tho two teams:
Iowa team Afflrmatlvo sido: R,
W. Garrett, '12; Joseph Goldstein, law
'13; A. Rrnnymond, law '13; al tomato,
C. G. Clark, '12.
Mlnnosota team Nogatlvo: T, J.
Hargravo, '13; H. A. Prince, '13; Clif
ford Rein, '13; alternate, Benjamin
Harrison, law '13.
Tho judges of tho preliminary con
test woro Professors Lo Rossignol,
Stephens, Virtuo, Conant Maxey and
NEW YORK CLUB FORMED
NEW CLUBLOYAL TO CORN
A Now York olub, composed of stu
dents in tho University whoso homos
aro in New York, has just boon
formed. Tho members are, J. T. Tate,
Nebraska '10, a graduato of DoWitt
Clinton High School in Now York
City, who is an assistant in tho Phy
bIcs laboratory; Maurico F. Good
body, Nebraska '-4, from New York
City; Loland J. Boardman, Oborlin,
10, from Little Valloy, New York, who
is an assistant in tho Physics labora
tory, and is taking a graduato course
in tho University; Ernest F. Kenny,
from New York, who is an assistant
in tho Physics laboratory and Is a
special student in the Academic Col
lego; Ernest F. Graves, Nebraska '.12,
a senior in the Agricultural College,
and. William O. Cooley, Nebraska 15,
a graduate of tho Ellenvlllo High
School, in Ellenvlllo, New York, who
Is in tho Engineering Colloge.
Tate Goes to Berlin.
J.'t. Tate is going to tho Univer
sity of Borlin, in' Berlin, Germany, at
tho close of tho first semester, to
take a graduate course in Physics, for
the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In
Physics. Ho will bo accompanied by
M. F. Goodbody, who will tako a year
J - ! -rTni..n-it.. mi,... v.ti.
"u "mo " j www
I exDect l spend their spare time In
traveling through Europe.
All those In the club think that Ne
braska gives as good a chance for
education as any University in the
cast, and they- are all strong Corn
hUBkors. Important Notice.
All University organizations desir
ing the names of their officers to" ap
pear in the now Students' Directory,
must hand in that list at the Y. M.
,C. A. office in the Temple before
Thursday night. Also tho lists .of
members of fraternities, sororities and,
clubs must be in by that time.,
Tegner society meets Saturday ev
ening with Prof. Alexis at his home,
1420 Elm street,
ALUMNI PREPARE TO
SENDJAND TO AMES
RAI8E SUBSCRIPTION IN OMAHA
Rooters Also Will Go to See Big Game'
with Iowa Farmers;
Tho famous Cornhuskor baud will
go to Amos Saturday tq holp tho team
win from tho Aggies, if tho efforts of
loyal Nebraska alumni in Omaha suc
With a willingness to boost tho for
tunes of thoir alma mator, so, charac
teristic of Nebraska's graduatos, on
orgetic alumni in tho Univorslty club
of Omaha havo personally takon upon
themselves tho task of sonding tho
band along with Coach Stiehm's
oloven to smother tho gridiron aspl-
rations of tho Ipwa farmers.
Omaha merchants who woro espe
cially interested in tho Univorslty
proved generous supporters of tho
project to give tho team good back
ing in tho Ames gamo.
Tho Omaha alumni and thoir frionds
havo already subscribed over 300 to
a fund to pay tho band's expenses,
and tho small balance necessary to
finance tho trip is oxpected to come
in soon. Manager Eager feels, confi
dent that with the band an assured
factor in Saturday's game, tho Corn
huskers will surely win.
Rooters Go Too. '
Besides the band a big bunch of
rooters aro expected to accompany
tho team. Although there will bo no
cut rates, tho low prlco of tho round
trip "ticket, 8.40, will enablo many
scarlet and cream enthusiasts to at
tend tho game.
GLEE CLUB ASSURED.
Nebraska Singer May Be Given 'a
Fair Chance for Club.
A glee cjub of University men 1b an
assured institution this year. Try
out, conducted on a special new basis;
are to bo held soon.
Arrangements for a director to take
charge of tho club aro being made,
but cannot be .finally settled until
Chancellor Avery returns to 'sign a
ALUMNU8 A BENEDICT.
The announcement of the marriage
of TVUlard C. Mills, Jr. to Frances
Teneran of Oakland, California, has.
Mr. Mills graduated from the law
school in 1900, and is a member of
Phi' Kappa Psl fraternity.. .
Night Prowlers Again.
About 2:30 'a. m. Monday 'morning,
some unknown visitor was discovered
in the Agricultural club rooms at 1436
S street The burglar alarm was
sounded and 'a few minutes later S
street was the scene of a lively shirt
tail parade. However the intruder
proved himself too fleet of foot, and
before the razors, six-shooters amd
baseball bats could do their deadly
work, the amateur Raffles had out
distanced the angry Agsboys. ,
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