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VOL. XI. NO. 94.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY FEB. 27, 1912.
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M'GULLOUGH IN FIELD
FOR FRESHMAN PRESIDENT
OMAHA MAN'8 FRIEND8 INDUCE
HIM TO ENTER RACE.
JUNIORS TO HOLD ELECTION TODAY
Three Aspirants for Presidency Go
Before Class Members Sopho-
morcs'to Ballot Thursday.
Tho long anticipated annpuncomont
of a candldato for prosldont of tho
froshman class camo yosterday when
Phillip W. McCullough voiced his
aspirations for tho ofQco. Ho Is from
Omaha, an enginoor and a mombor of
tho Phi Dolta Thota fraternity.
Frlonds of MoCullough havo boon so.
llcltlng him to como out for somo
, tlmo and havo. boon qulotly arranging
his campaign. No other candldato has
Tho Junior Claris will hold its elec
tion nt 11 o'cldck today in Memorial
Hall. Throo candidates aro In tho
flold, Joromo Forbos, a mombor of
Dolta Chi; Harry Cotton, Sigma Phi
Epsllon, and Will Randall, Sigma Nu.
All thoso mon aro woll known to tho
class, each having taken an Important
part In class affairs. Only tho prosl
dont will bo oloctod.
Sophomore Contest Hot One.
On Thursday morning tho Sopho
mores will olect a prosldont and, if
tlmo pormlts, tho romalndor of tho
olass ofllcors. Two candidates aro In
tho flold for tho class leadership, Don
Wood, Phi Gamma Dolta, and Carl
Nagl, Dolta Tau Dolta, This oloctlon
promisos to dovolop tho hottest fight
of any thus far, as each candldato and
his adhoronts havo boon especially
WASHINGTON DEATS KANSAS
CORNHU8KER8 LIKELY TO HAVE
TO PLAY WINNERS IN THE
ENQINEER8 8HOVEL 8NOW.
Members of C. E. 16 Clear Path to
Sovoral englnoors, not to bo outdono
by tho mombers of othor departments
In tho ovlnolng of school spirit, havo
porformed for tho University a groat
service. Tho mombers of C. ID. 16,
bolng dismissed shortly after 8 a, m.,
Monday morning, procured shovels
and similar weapons and prooooded to
rollovo tho surrounding walks of sov
oral foot of snow.
They cleared a path all tho way
from tho Englnoorlng Building to Uni
versity Hall and back to Mechanics
Such an action is commendable, not
only for tho spirit which it ovldonces,
but for its practical valuo. It proves
that work ovor tho transit and tapo
proparo ono to "cut tho snow1, if not
A. I. E. E. MEETING TONIGHT.
Professor Hoffman on Essentials of
ThoTTebraska branch of -tho A. I.
E, E. will moot at 7:80 this evening
in tho lecture room of tho Mechanical
Engineering Building. Prof, J. D.
Hoffman "will speak onThe Essential
Features of Consulting Engineering."
All first and second year engineers
are especially welcome.
Nebraska may not bo tho unchal
lenged champion of tho Missouri Val
loy oven if it defeats Kansas next Fri
day and Saturday evenings, for tho
Washington Univorslty trimmod tho
Jayhawkors in two games last Friday
and Saturday by scores of 26 to 18
and 82 to 28.
Up to this timo Kansas has had tho
southorn championship a nailed down,
but with thoso two defeats tho Corn
husker aggregation may hayo another
gamo to play.
Tho Washington-Kansas gamos wero
rough and 'many of tho points wero
mado on fouls. Sovoral of tho Kansas
mon woro so badly dono up Saturday
ovonlng that Coach Shorwin lookB
upon tho gamos to bo played horo tho
last of tho woek as almost a forogono
conclusion. Tho Jayhawkors should
still bo ablo to put up a fast gamo,
An informal dance, will bo hold after
Friday night's game.
STUDENTS BRAVE SNOW
YOUTH8 AND CO-ED8 PLOW HERO-
ICALLY THROUGH DRIFTS
TO REACH CLA88E8.
It somo of tho University professors
aro inclined to think that tho studonts
do not lovo thoir classes, thoy should
havo had a blrd'B-oyo vlow of tho sov
oral converging trails that lead to our
beautiful campus. It would havo
stirred thoir pioneer blood with prldo
Out on tho Sovontconth street car
lino; on South Elovonth and east on
0, beginning in tho groy dawn before
olght o'clock classes, dark forms be
gan to movo In a solemn procession.
Tho first onos out blazed tho trail
through tho whlto wilderness, down
tho middlo of tho car traok. Tho rest
followed. Horo and thoro 'was a Uni
vorslty professor. Wo expected them.
But what moved oaoto enthusiasm
was tho groups and clusters of stu
dents plowing sturdily ahead with
their books undor their arms. A stu
dent living out on South Sovonteonth
stroet says tho first man' ho saw go by
was Professor Fryo, muttering wicked
English invectives. , Next camo a fur
niture van, with sis sorority girls and
a street car conductor in it; then a
law student with a green plaid mackl
naw Jacket, etc. It was very interest
ing. In fact, tho observer missed a
nine o'clock class watching tho pro
cession from tho window through a
holo in tho laco curtain.
Thoro was not a remarkable falling
off in class-room attendance, although
not a street; car was running before
APPLICANTS MU8T HASTEN.
Illness of L. A. Welch Leaves Cap
taincy In C Company Vacant.
Applications for tho ofilco of captain
o( Company 0, cadot regiment, for
men who have had three or moro
years'. drill, should bo in tho hands of
Commandant Tates at once. This Is
tho result of tho serious illness of
Capt. L. A'. Welch, who will not bcTIn
school this semester.
PROM CROWDED BUT GOOD
RETURN OF MANY UNEXPECTED
ALUMNI CAU8E8 ELEVENTH
HOUR DEMAND FOR TICKET8.
A bit crowded, but a corking good
danco in many respects was tho sum
marized expression of thoso who at
tended tho Junior Prom at tho Lin
coln Hotel Saturday night. Tho
orowded condition was duo to tho re
turn of many unexpected alumni, who
could scarcely bo denied tickots,
though tho numbor sold considerably
oxcooded tho limit at first established.
Thoso alumni for tho most part woro
placed at tho end 'of tho grand march
and woro compelled to dlspenuo with
programs, no additional number hav
ing boon ordored in anticipation of
tho elovonth hoUr demand.
Financially tho danco apparently
was muoh of' a success. From tho
standpoint of tho -dancors It was very
ploaslng, tb.6 music bolng oxcol1"u
and tho program woll arranged.
Harry Cotton, master of c rcwontos,
with Miss Efllo 'Miller, and An .itay,
chairman of tho Prom, with Miss Car
rie Cowan, led tho grand march.
Owing to tho Inclement conditions,
cabs wore moro In ovldonco than at
any other University danco pf the
DEBATING TEAMS CHOSEN
TRY0UT8 FOR INTER-CLA88 CON
TESTS HELD WITH THIRTY
Tryouts for tho inter-class debate
woro hold at 7:30 o'clock last night.
Thoro woro thlrty-orio contestants for
tho four teams. Tho following wore
picked for tho teams:
It. H. Beatty, Law '12, Brady.
S. 0. Codnor, Law '12, Lincoln.
B. B. Johnson, Law '12, Lincoln.
Harry J. Burtls, Lincoln.
Joroire F JForboB, Wayne.
Clayton T. Hadclllto' Sidney.
Alternate, L. A. Bochtor, Plorco.
L. C. Dickinson, Lincoln.
Harvey W. Wess, Hebron.
Raymond F. Smith, Lincoln.
Alternate, J. J, Noono, Omaha.
Silas Pryan, Lincoln.
Thos. Hewitt, Sargeant.
D. D. Marcollus, Lincoln.
Alternato, J. C. Beard, Lincoln. ' '
Tho judges for tho freshmen and
sophomores wero Profesors Fogg,
Maxoy, Buck and C. Y. Rein; for tho
juniors and seniors. Professors Lo
Rosslgjiol and Anan R. Raymond.
CAPTAIN SHONjtt ENGAGED
NEBRA8KA'8 1911 GRIDIRON LEAD
ER TO WED MI88 CAROLYN
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS
OPEN ANNUAL CONTEST
F0REN8IC LEAGUE WILL DI8CU88
CL08ED 8H0P QUE8TI0N.
LEAGUE HAS SEYEflTY MEMBERS
The Winners Will Meet In Champion
ship Struggle on Fete Day
The engagement of Miss Carolyn
Hanzllk to Sylvestve-V. Shonka has
boon announced by Miss Hanzlik's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hanzllk,
of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Both young
people are well known Iri tho Unlver-'
slty. Miss Hanzllk will graduate this
year, while Mr, Shonka took his de
gree Charter Day. Ho was captain of
the 1911 football team and a member
of Delta Chi fraternity.
Tho Nebraska High School Dobating
Lcaguo, organized In 1908 with thirty
mombors, hasoponed its fifth annual
contost with a membership of sovonty,
divided into twolvo districts. This
state-wide loaguo, tho objoct of whloh
Is "tho promotion of tho sclonco of
argumentation and tho art of dobate
among tho studonts of tho secondary
schools of Nobraska," Is considerably
tho largest organization of Its kind In
tho United States. Kansas last yoar
formed a loaguo modolod on that of
How Contests Are Held. -
In oach of tho twelvo districts tho
sohools, through from ono to throo
sorjos of contosts, compoto for tho
district championship, and thon tho
championship schools send represen
tatives to tho stato championship de
bate at tho University of Nobraska on
High School Foto Day in May.
Tho closed shop question is bolng
discussed this yoar. "Rosolvod, That
tho demand of organized labor for the
closed shop should recolvo tho sup
port of public opinion," is tho subject.
About sixty dobatos will bo nocos
sary to decide tho twolvo district
championships. In addition, tho losors
pair off for tho third-honor sorlos.
Geneva Defeats York.'
Chancellor Avory, Dopartmont Com
mander A. M. Trlmblo of Lincoln, and
Supt. R. C. Harriss of Falrbury, on Fri
day afternoon at Geneva, awarded a
twoto-ono decision to Qenova (affirma
tive) ovor York in tho first contest In
tho Central district.
Oxford (nogativo) won a unanimous
decision Friday ovonlng in tho dobate
with Beaver City at Beaver City. It
was tho opening debate in tho South
In tho Southorn district, Western
(nogativo) won from Ohiowa at
PROF.' ENGBERG ANNOUNCES A
MEAGRE LI8T OF UNFOR.
TU NATES.. I
Tho committee on delinquent stu
dents, which has been acting on the
case of wayward students for tho last
woek, has finished its work. Professor
Engborg, chairman of the committee,
announces that tho numbtir of delin
quents for the semester is much
smaller than it was last year, there
being only eleven students who were
requested to withdraw, compared with
sixteen a year ago.
Tho committee is not through with
its work, however, for the law stu
dents have yet to be O. Kd. The re
ports from the law college are not
yet in, and when they are received the
Laws will he operated upon separately.
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