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VOL. XI. NO. 99.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY MARCH 5, 1912.
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1 KANSAS STILL HAS HOPES.
Father of Woodbury Brothers Peti
tioned to Withdraw Objection.
Fearing that all hopes for succobb
in track athletics this spring wore
gono with the announcement that the
Woodbury brothers would not bo al
lowed to enter any events this yoar
on account of parental objections, tho
Jayhawkor athlotcB got busy They
drew up a petition addressed to the
objecting father that his boyB be al
lowed to ontor the valley meets this
year. Since this petition has been
presented and the mattor taken under
advisement thero has been a remark
able awakening of interest in track
work. Tho Woodbury brothers are
groat athletes and without them Kan
sas is left without hope on tho track.
Miss Trigg Will Speak.
"Tho Association and tho Wage
Earning Woman" is tho subject for
tho address by Miss Grace Trigg at
tho 5:00 o'clock Tuesday meeting ot
tho Y. W. C. A. Miss Trigg, who is
now tho oxtonslon secretary for the
city Y. W. C. A., has, for several
years, been doing industrial work in
connection with tho association in
Noworsoy. Sho 1b a Nebraska grad
uate, class of '06.
. 1. 8peclal Convocation, 11:00
a. m., March 5, Memorial Hall.
2. Rally. 8:00 p. m., March 6.
M. E. 108.
3. 8peclal Issue of "The Dally
Debraskan," March 7.
4. Smoker. Delta Upsllon
house, Thirteenth and R. 8:00
p. m.r March 8. t
Banquet. 6:00 p. m., March
ENGINEERS AT CONVOCATION
PICTURE OF FORMER DEAN RICH
ARDS WILL BE PRE8ENTED
BY 8IGMA TAU.
At convocation hour this morning
in Memorial hall a program will bo
given by students and members of
tho faculty of tho Engineering Col
lege. ThiB will bo one of tho Impor
tant featuros of Engineers' Week.
Ho committee has announced that
there will bo a special section re
served for engineers.
Tho engineers' quartet will give
several appropriate songs. Probably
tho most Important number on tho
program will bo a proBontatlonto tho
Engineering Collogo by Sigma Tau,
tho honorary engineering fraternity,
of a picture of former Dean Richards,
now at Illinois University. Tho pic
ture will bo accepted by Chancellor
Avery, as acting dean of tho collogo.
Prof. O. V. P. Stout -will give a re
countal of tho history and statistics of
tho growth of tho college.
"JERRY" SMITH IN CITr
IS ONE OF NEBRA8KA'8 OLDE8T
AND M08T 8UCCES8FUL
Tho Pharmaceutical Bocioty of Ne
braska hold a mooting Friday evening,
March 1. Tho following officers wore
oloc'tod: President, H. L. Thompson;
vice-president, MIbb Nellie Ward;
secretary, J. Sohlborg; treasurer, O.
R. Cono; corresponding secretary,, L.
A. Thompson; sergeant-at-armB, G. S.
J. O Smith, '88, othorwlBe known
as "Jerry" Smith, passed through Lin
coln yoBterday on hla way to Now
York City. Mr. Smith Ib one of Ne
braska's oldest botany students, hav
ing been in the first clasB to use
microscopes. Ho was also a charter
member of tho Som. Bot.
After receiving hiB degree, Mr.
Smith waB connected with the Ne
braska experiment station. His chief
work there wtyfi experimenting with
Nobraska'B wllif grasses, of which he
gathered tho seeds and demonstrated
for the first time which graBBGS were
best to cultivate.
When M. Smith loft Nebraska ho
wont to Europe, where he studied in
a German university. On his return
ho stopped in Australia, Japan, and
Mexico, in which ho made botanical
trips. Returning to tho United States,
he came to Nebraska and took his
master's degree in 1892. After finish
ing his school work he wont to Wash
ington, but was thero only a short
tlmo until ho was soA to tho
Hawaiian Islands. There ho estab
lished tho first government experi
ment station. After a few yeare In
this work he went to Honolulu and
entered into a very successful private
Air. Smith waB In Lincoln only n
few hours, but expects to return In
about two weeks. At that time he
will make a much longer visit.
Rehearsals for the Kosmet
Klub opera are to commence at
once. All those who were sue-
cesful in tho tryouts are asked
to report In the basement of
tho Temple promptly at 7:30
THEY LIKE JAGER'S WORK
OMAHA ALUMNI A8K THAT PRES
ENT ATHLETIC MANAGER BE
RETAINED BY UNIVER8ITY.
At a meeting of tho Omaha Ne
braska Alumni club, Saturday even
ing, a resolution was passed favoring
the retention of "Dog" Eager as Corn
husker athletic manager. Judgo
Charles Foster presented tho roBolu
tion and declared that the alumni of
Omaha thought Eager had worked so
well with tho financial side of Ne
braska's sports that it would bo dis
astrous to lose him now. A resolution
was also passed In favor of playing a
game at Omaha, preferably with
An election of officers was also hold
with the following results:
President, Frank H. Woodland;
vice-president, James E. Rail; secre
tary, Amos R. Thomas; treasurer,
Ralph R. Rainey; directors, Clement
ChaBe, Rabbi Frederick Cohn, CbarleB
E FoBter, J. D. Ringer, and W. H.
HOGE CROWDS BURLESQUE
UNIVERSITY NIGHT 8UCCE88FUL
FROM STANDPOINT OF THE
University Night, successful from
the standpoint of tho performances,
was marred by tho crowded condition
of the Temple theatre and by the
failure to keep faith with the an
nounced lntenti6n of not opening tho
theatre doors until U'o close of the
Nebraska-Kansas brfskotball game An
enormous crowd witnessed tho bur
lesque, one, In fact, that demonstrated
forcibly that in tho future larger fa
cilities muBt bo secured for tho affair.
Tho program consisted of eight
numbers. Tho first of theso was a
selection by the Mandolin club. The
next was an original ono-act playlet
writtenjjv Dana Van Duson. It wab
proBontedTjy a cast of four. The
Qlee club rendered two selections.
Among tho parodies woro "A Faculty
Mooting," by the Palladlan and Union
societies; "Dqc Lyman's Drug Store,''
by the Medics; "Down on tho Santa
Fo," by tho Engineers; "A Farmers'
Institute," by tho agricultural stu
dents, and "A Picture of Rush Week,"
by tho various fraternities. Of theso,
tho engineers' performance was quite
Tho affair was undor the auspices
of the Y. M. C. A. and was In charge
of a commtoo of which Verne Bates
was chairman. ,
Tho Y. W, O. A. of tho School of
Agriculture has elected the following
officers: President, Edna Day; vice
president, Emma Stonger; secretary,
Lois Glfford; treasurer, Abigail Mc
TEAM FINISHES SEASON
WITH SPOTLESS RECORD
CORNHU8KER8 BEAT KAN8A8 IN
LA8T OF CONFERENCE GAME8.
JAYHAWKERS ASK FOR ANOTHER TRIAL
They Insist on Series of Three Games
to Decldo Championship
By winning from Kansas Saturday
night, tho Nobraska baflkotball toam
established a now rocord, that of not
being defeated by a conference toam
during tho ontlro soasrfn. And yot
Kansas Insists on a championship
Borlea, Managor Hamilton ptating that
KanBaB is still In tho raco and harf
hopos of overcoming tho four defeats
handed it by Nobraska. Just whoro
tho throo games will bo played haa
not yot boon decldod. Manager Ham
ilton dosiroB to havo ono game playod
In Lawronce, one In Lincoln and tho
third in Manhattan, whilo Managor
Eagor wants ono playod In Lawronco,
ono in Kansas City, and if a third Is
nocossary, to havo It staged oithor ln
Lincoln or Omaha.
Saturday's Game Close.
Nebraska, using only ono rogular
at tho beginning' of tho first half,
finally nosed KanBaB out, by substi
tuting Its regular team and a "bleach
er" substitute, by a acoro of 2! to 28.
Tho game as a wholo was entirely un
satisfactory, being marred by rough
tactics of tho visitors, incompotont
work on tho part of tho roforoe and
interruptions by the audience, which
were in part justifiable.
Haskell and Brown Star.
Haskell for Nebraska and Brown
for Kansas woro tho stars of tho
evening's contest, especially In scor
ing baskets, Haskoll getting four
while Drown made flvo, which with
eight free throws made over half tho
polntB scored by his toam. Carrier,
Frank and Hlltner playod Btollar
games and were responsible for over
coming tho lead oBtabllBhod by Kan
sas in tho first half. Of tho substi
tutes, Hyde playod great ball, but
was unfortunate In not being ablo to
locate tho baakot. Kavan made his
first appearance in a Cornhuskor
suit, being called from 'tho bleachers
when Nebraska ran out of substi
tutes near tho end of tho second half,
and played a good game for tho tlmo
that ho was In. Tho Hno-up and
Nebraska Pob Kansas
Hydo 1. f Brown
Nagl r. f. .Stuckoy (capt)
Hiltnerf c....t: Boohm
Carrier 1. f Qroonloes
Underwood r. g Hlto
Substitutions, Haskoll for Nagl,
Honzlik for Hydo, Stryker for Hiltr
nor, O. Frank for Underwood, Kavan
for Honzlik, Smith for Groonloes,
Baldwin for Brown.
Goals from field, Nagl (1), Hlltner
(2), Carrier (2), Frank (3), Haskoll
(4), Honzlik (2), Brown (5), Stuckey
(3), Boohm (1), Groonloes (1).
Throws from foul lino, Hyde (1),
Brown (8). Reforeo, Toutbn (Wisconsin).
A mooting of the student branch of
A. q. M. E. will be- held Tuesday,
March 5, at 7:30 p. m, Id, m". E. 206.
The subject to bo dlacusBOd 1b 'Open
Feed-water Heaters vs. Closed Feed
water Heaters." All engineers are
urged tp bo present
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