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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1911)
Qhe 3)ath IFlebraeftan
VOL. XI. NO 37.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN WEDNESDAY NOV. 15, 1911.
Price 5 Cents.
DR. AVERY COMPLIMENTS
CHANCELLOR PLEASED WITH
TREATMENT BY "GRADS."
PRAISES UNIVERSITY Of WASHINGTON
CARRIER HEADS OMAHA CLUB
PROMINENT BASKET-BALL 8TAR
IS TO HEAD THE NEW
Makes Study of the Western School
Systems and Sees the Results
of Nebraska's Example.
FINISHES LECTURE ON MOROCCO
OF THE STRUGGLE.
Chancellor Avery returned from a
very successful two weeks' sojourn
throughout tho northwest Monday,
and expresses himself as having on
Joyed his trip thoroughly.
One of tho striking features of his
trip was tho p'romlnent nnd enthusias
tic part Nebraska alumni took In giv
ing him a cordial greotlng. Tho
chancollor was very enthusiastic In
his comment on tho Nebraska alumni.
Ho found them to bo an eminently
clean and ofllclent aggregation of peo
ple who wore steadily and surely
forging to tho front In all lines of
In every community where a Ne
braskan was to bo found, ho occupied
a position of prominence and respect.
For tho most part they have become
prosperous and maintain an activo
Interest In civic affairs.
Studies School Systems.
Tho chancollor made a study of
tho school systems In tho west and
was favorably Impressed with tho
progress that is being mado along
educational linos. Ho said much of
this has been learned from NobraBka,
and that today wo will have to look
to our laurels to maintain our envl
ablo position in tho collogo world.
Praised Washington University.
Chancollor Avery gave tho princi
pal address at the fiftieth anniversary
celebration of tho University of
Washington. Ho declares tho univer
sity to bo a great institution both in
equipment and faculty. In Presi
dent Kano tho school has an ldoal
loader, careful, yet progressive, un
assuming, but commanding in his in
fluence. There aro several Nebraska
, men on tho faculty and eoupled with
tho hoBt of friends that ho Iiob in
Seattle, the chancllor was made to
fool at homo throughout his stay
Students from Omaha and vicinity
mot Tuesday morning in Memorial
hall to form an organization known
as tho "Omaha Club." Tho avowed
purpose of this organization Is to
draw from the metropolis many Btu-
dents who now go annually to east
ern schools or to neighboring state
universities. Social functions nnd po
litical schemes are strictly barred
from tho actlvitls of tho club.
After several lengthy discussions
upon tho purpose and proposed lines
of activity of tho organization, It waB
decided to elect a temporary presi
dent who should appoint a constitu
tion committeo and set tho date for
Short addresses by Ralph Doud and
Stuart Gould brought clearly before
the mombors tho pi n of campaign.
Among other things the club proposes
to levy upon each member a nominal
assessment which shall be used to
send Borne university speaker to tho
Omaha High School at Commence
After the nomination of Boveral
candidates, Sam Carrier, '13, was
unanimously elected temporary presi
dent. A second meeting will bo held
in the near future, at which time a
constitution will bo adopted nnd tho
Tho club lias mado a propitious start
and expects many now mombors up
on tho udvont of its permanent foundation.
Profossor Guernsey Jones com
pleted his talk on Morocco at Convo
cation yesterday, with a brilliant dis
cussion of tho nations Involved and
tho probable outcome of tho ullua
tlon. Last week, he discussed tho Import
ance of Morrocco, her condition, nnd
her relation to tho countries of
Europe. Yesterday ho completed tho
lecture.' Ho oxplalnod tho power of
Franco in Morocco, hor allianco with
England against Germany and tho
extremity of tho -situation--oven
threatening world war In tho fu:uro.
Italy, though naturally covetous of
tho province, has no legal claim upon
It, and. has no chanco agulnBt Franco,
already Invested. So Franco will prob
ably be granted full possession.
TORCH LIGHT PARADE
TO SEND OFF TEAM
FOR THUR8DAY NIGHT.
BIG RALLY THURSDAY
Cornhusker8 to Be G(ven Good Send-
Off by Loyal 8tudents The
Band to Go.
Four hundred torches will be on sale
at the Rag office Thursday morning.
Do you get tho full Import of that?
There is going to bo a sond-off for tho
team that will not bo forgotton In
Nebraska football history for long
years to come.
Tho Cornhuskor football and croBB
country teams leave for Lawronco,
Kansas, to tacklo tho braves of Coach
Shorw'ln. Saturday. Tho annual foot
ball gamo botwoon tho Kaw coflogo
and Nebraska will be hold thon, and
on tho samo day tho Cornhuskor run
ners will moot tho toams of various
colleges of tho Missouri valley in a
cross-country dnsh of flvo miles for
tho Valley title.
Torches for Sale at Rag Office.
The llnnlB of tho interclasB sorleB1 Tiip innocents liavo arranged that
are postponed Indefinitely, aB thoUorohes Will bo on sale In tho Rag
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INTERCLASS GAME POSTPONED
LINCOLN ACADEMY AND STATE
FARM TEAMS TO PLAY IN
MANDOLIN CLOB ASSURED
WORK ON ORGANIZATION PRO
SIONAL TO DIRECT.
RETURN FROM (MADRON '
DELEGATION FROM THE AGRICUL
TURAL DEPARTMENT RE
PORT A GOOD TIME.
Tho delegation from tho Agricul
tural dopartment havo returned from
Chadron, whoro they havo boon hold
ing a "short-course" in connection
with tho Agricultural Extpnslon
Bureau. With Miss Gertrudo Rowan
In charge of tho woman's work, Mabel
Daniels In charge of tho girls', and
Howard Gramllch of tho men's, a very
succoBsful session rosultod, and a good
Impression was mado upon tho people
of tho wo'Btern part of'tho state. Tho
cooking demonstrations and exhibits
spoke well for tho homo economics
dopartment, and tho girls of "poly-
Tho Mandolin club Is progressing
and tho promoters aro well satisfied.
A meeting was hold last Thursday
night at the Delta Upsllon houso and
an excellent practice was given. There
aro fifteen men enrolled, all having
unusual muBical talent.
Tho promoters of tho club aro very
eager to see all men who play on
mandolInB, guitars or other stringed
Instruments. Special attention is to
bo given to all playing tho guitar, for
thoroaro still somo responsible posi
Tho club has been promised Uni
versity backing and 1b to bo run on
tho samo plan as tho Gleo club. Fran
cis Pottor of Omaha has boon con
tracted to manage tho club and agrees
to produce an oxpGrt crowd of musi
cians. A mooting of tho club has boon ar
ranged for at tho Sigma Nu houso, 517
South Eleventh street, on Wodnosday
night of this week. All Interested In
string instruments of any kind aro
urged to attend.
and tho State Farm toams will have
possession of the Hold Wednesday af
ternoon. An oxciting contest 1b prom
ised, for both tho Academy and tho
Farm havo had largo squads trying
out for thoir teams. Fred Hunter,
tho coach for tho Aggies, has had
forty or more men to work with, and
promises an awe-inBplrlng aggrega
tion in tho combat with tho Academy.
Ho haB not glvon out 1i1b line-up.
Twenty men turned out for tho
Academy squad and their coach,
Westover, thinks ho had produced a
record-breaking team out of UiIb ma
terial. The team as played Wednes
day will bo:
Barney. Gollatly Right End
Mercer Right Tacklo
Cast Right Guard
Beck, G Right Half
Burson Left Guard
DoWoeso ' Left Tacklo
Apple Loft End
Klopp Loft Half
Tho gamo will bo called at four
o'clock and a small admission of
twenty-flvo conts will bo charged to
defray tho expenses of tho gamo.
office. You can came in any time
Thursday and have one for a vory
Nobraska Is going to send off both
hor athletic teams in a mannor that
will mako every man of each toam
sure that he Is going to do well his
share of winning both theso ovonts
Kansas Is tho ono block in tho path
of Nebraska's Missouri Valloy title, aB
It is admitted that tho Cornhuskors
outplayed tho Ames team at Amos.
Wo aro going to wallop Kansas in a
manner so she will know that a band
of real Cornhuskers viBited Lawronco
Thursday, at 11:00 o'clock, thoro
will bo a rally at which ovory No
braBka rooter 1b wanted, and wanted
badly. You are a rooter or should bo
one, so don't bo conspicuous by your
Bo at that rally and you will bo told
when and whoro to gather for tho
torchlight send-off. Tho team will bo
present at tho rally, as will Louie An
derson and his cross-country Mara
At tho recent election of Kimball
county. Claudo L. Aldon was elected
county superintendent and William
T. Young was elected county survey
or, both of tho class of '08.
RICHARDS AND BENEDICT AP
POINTED TO RESPONSIBLE
P08ITIONS AT ILLINOIS.
Help break the Kansas hoodool
Charles R. Rlhcards, former dean of
tho College of Engineering, has been
appointed to tho athletic board of tho
University of Illinois,
Mr. Bruco Benedict, '01, formerly of
Lincoln, has bcon appointed director
of shop laboratories In tho Depart
ment of Mechanical Engineering, at
a salary of $3,500 a year In the samo
BAND TO GO TO KANSAS'
SPECIAL TRAIN FOR ROOTERS
Nebraska's band will accompany tho
special train and her rooters on tho
special train which leaves Lincoln
Friday. Forty mombera of tho band
will mako tho trip,
Nebraska and hor rooting band havo
a reputation In tho Missouri Valloy
list of collpges and Indeed In tho col
leges far outBldo of tho Valloy Con
ference. That means much for Ne
braska prestlgo. Tho band Is going
down to tho Jayhawker camp to help
win that gamo and It will bo "Just )lkq
homo on Nebraska field with hun
dreds of strong rooters .behind tho'
TORCH LIGHT SEND-OFF ON THURSDAY
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