The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 14, 1912, Image 1

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VOL. XI. NO. 106.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY MARCH 14, 1912.
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THIRTY-EIGHT RECEIVE
PHI BETA KAPPA HONORS
8ENIOR6 REWARDED FOR EXCEL
LENCE IN 8CHOLAR8HIP.
CO-EDS HAVE LARGE MAJORITY
Thirty-one of Recipient of Key are
Girls Black Masque Announce
ments Also Made.
MEDICAL BLDG. PLANS HERE
THREE-8TORY 8TRUCTURE OF
DORIC DE8IGN WILL BE
ERECTED.
Thirty-olght members of the senior
class of the College of Arts and Sci
ence wero this morning honored with
election to Phi "Beta Kappa. Co-eds
formed a largo majority, only seven
men securing the privilege of wear
ing tho coveted key. The total number
Is larger than usual.
Tho names of tho fortunate students
were announced by Prof. O. U. P.
Stout, secretary of the local chapter
of tho Phi Beta Kappa society, at
chapel this morning.
Inter-class Debate.
Tho announcement of the winners
of the key was preceded by the Inter
clasB championship debate between
the Junior and sophomore teams. The
subject of the debate was tho recnll
of tho Judiciary. Tho list of membeib
selected to Black Masque, the senior
girls' organization, was alBo an
nounced. In order that as many students as
posBlblo might be able to attend the
chapel exercises all classes were dis
missed at ten o'clock.
Following is tho list of those select
ed to Phi Beta Kappa:
Frloda Elizabeth Arnold, Lincoln;
Edna Biles, Ponder; Alice Orintha
Chambers, West Point; Leroy Ben
jamin Clark, Lincoln; Verna Grace
Coloman; Wauneta Emma Cook; Wll
ma Ruth Crossley, Kearney; Celia
Grace DaviB; Frances Alleen Dun
ham; Rebecca Flnley Evorsole. Elm
Creek; Donald Folsom, Lincoln; Ralph
Wallace Garrett, Madison; Mabolle
Francos Gowlng, Lincoln; Florence
Marie Grimm, Lincoln; Lloyd Dick
son Halatoad, Tocumseh; Emma Ev
elyn Hanthorn, Lincoln; Thomas
Joan Hargreaves, Wymore; Irma Hor
man, Lincoln; Searlo Francis Holmes
Omaha; Marlel Theresa Jones, Lin
coln; Nelllo Content Klmberley, Lin
coln; Margaret Anita Kunkel, Osceo
la; Leta Blanche Linch; Cornelia
Frances Llndsey, Lincoln; Jean Eli
zabeth McGahey, Lincoln; Elsie For
est Mathews; Ruth Munger, Lincoln;
Emma Josephine Oak; Anna Charlotte
Pagols, Beatrico; Walter Robert
Power, Beatrice; Ethel Jane Purln
ton, .Wilcox; Ethel Augusta Scott,
Kearney; Marjorlo Cornelia Selleck,
Lincoln; Lora Viola Smith, Lincoln;
Hazel Martha Stanton, Polk; Grace
Isabel Walker, Douglas; Esther War
ner, Lincoln; Alvina Caroline Wllhel
mina Zumwinkel, Utica.
Plans for the new medical school
building wore recolved at tho super
intendent's office Wednesday morning
from Shepley Rutan & Coolidgo, tho
Boston architects.
Tho building will bo erected In Om
aha In one of tho finest residence sec
tions of the city, and will bo sur
rounded by a tract of land donptod to
tho University by several Oinaiia phy
sicians. The plans call for a threo-Btory
and basement structure of dorlc archi
tecture which will bo built of brick
with terra cotta trimmings.
The funds for tho new medical build
ing wore appropriated by tho last leg
islature. They amount to approxi
mately $90,000, and will bo devoted en
tirely to the erection of the building as
tho land for It has already been pn
vlded for.
Superintendent Chowens is
several Bets of plans executed
pects to advertise for bids within a
few days.
MEDICS WILL VISIT OMAHA
,3TUDENT8 TO VI8IT VARIOU8
H08PITAL8 OF CITY PURINQ -TRIP
TOMORROW.
having makl
aiid ex- fore
SIGMA XI MEETING FRIDAY.
important Discoveries In Botany Will
Be Discussed.
A meeting of the Sigma XI has been
called for Friday at 7:30 o'clock in
room 110 in Nebraska hall. Tho pro
gram will consist of a number of pa
pers on tho topic, "Tho Most Impor
tant Discovery in Botany of tho 20th
Century, and tho Most Important
Present Problem." It wil be discus
sed from the following standpoints:
Phylology, Prof. Bessey; Physiology,
Prof. Pool; Cytology, Prof. Walker;
Genetics, Prof. Emerson; Pathology,
Prof. Wilcox.
AM members and any others inter
ested, in the subject are urged to be
present.
Medical students will leave for
Omaha tomorrow at 7:15, via tho Bur
lington. They will bo met by autos,
at the depot In Omaha, grouped into
divisions and taken to tho following
hospitals: Methodist, Clarkson, Swed
ish Mission, County and Wise Memor
ial At noon tho crowd will dine at tho
Commercial Club. Tho afternoon will
bo spent in attondlng clinics at tho
various hoBpitala, as In the morning,
hut an exchange will bo made, bo that
each division will be assigned to a
different hospital, thus a groat variety
of cases may be seen.
Roll call will be taken at Omaha and
a report will bo sent back to the var
ious Instructors here, so that no ab-
nces will bo charged against those
ng the trip. Those who leave be
Frlday morning should call Dr.
BrldgeB to ascertain to what group
thoy are to bo assigned.
NEBRASKA NOT LIKELY
TO MEET KANSAS TEAM
JAYHAWKER6 DEMAND GUARAN
TEE OF THEIR EXPEN8E8.
(ORNHUSKEkS (AN (LAIN TITLE
Coach Stlehm Refuses to Keep His
Players Here Through 8prlng
Vacation.
TELLS OF LIFE OF INDIA
Miss Olive Griffeth Speaks at Y. W.
C. A. Meeting.
JUDGE TALK8 TO PI DELT8.
Newspaper Fraternity Has Under Con
sideration Gridiron Club Banquet.
Judge Wlllard Stewart of the Lan
caster district court spoko at a din
ner of Pi Delta Epsilon at the Linncoln
hotel last night. He discussed both
the libel laws of Nebraska and tho
recent decision of tho United States
supreme court in regard to patentee's
rights. An informal discussion of the
recall of the Judiciary and of ex-Presl-dent
Roosevelt's proposed recall of Ju
dicial decisions followed.
The members of tho fraternity havo
under advisement a "Gridiron Club"
banquet after tho manner of the fam
ous events of tho Washington organ
ization of newspaper men.
Tho TucBday five o'clock Y. W. C.
A. meeting was led by Alma Sullivan.
Florence DanlelB sang sevoral selec
tions. Miss Olive Griffith, '05, who has
spent tho last seven years In India as
a missionary, talked on "Women of
India," among whom she has been
working.
MIbs Griffiths spoko of tho curlous
lty of these women, and tho difficulty
of working with them, because of
their Ignorance and lack of training.
She states that here more than any
other place, women must be taught by
women. becauB those of tho better
class are continually shut indoors.
Y. M. C. A. ELECTION8 TODAY.
Polls Open at Ten O'clock and Will
Close at Two.
Latin Club Meets.
Tho regular meeting of the Latin
club was held last night and the fol
lowing program was given:
A chalk talk on tho geography of
Italy, Miss Morgan; "Tho Geography
of Latulm," Miss Austin; "The Pro
ducts of Italy," Miss Elmeyerf "Rome,"
Miss Pope; "Latin Literature aa Re
lated to Roman Birth," MIbs Gaoch
ler; "Geographical Influence Upon
History of Italy," MIbs Munger.
Favor Annual Election.
Annual election of class officers, in
place of tho present semester system
of voting, will be the method In the
University of Wisconsin if the recom
mendations of tlio student conference
of that school are adopted.
The pollB of tho Y. M. C. A. elec
tion opened UiIb morning at 10 o'clock,
and will close promptly at 2:00. As
yet no definite results can bo an
nounced. The rules of the election aro briefly
as follows:
Voting shall be by ballot. All those
who present a membership card for
this year are ontitled to vote. AU
those who have contributed $1.00 or
more to the support of the associa
tion may obtain a membership card
by application at the general secre
tary's office.
The polling place shall bo the infor
mation desk in the lobby of tho Tem
ple. The polls will be open between the
hours of ten and two o'clock and the
ballots will be counted immediately
after tho polls close.
It Is hardly probable that tho cham
pionship games botwoon Kansas and
Nebraska will now bo played. Kan
sas replied to Coach Stlohm's lottor
Wednesday and refused to accept Om
aha as tho place to play unless Ne
braska agreed to guarantoo expenses.
In tho last letter sent by Kansas
the Jayhawkers offered to play any
time, any placo and with officials that
could bo agreod upon. Coach Stolhm
in replying named Omaha as tho placo;
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week as tho tlmo; and In a tolophono
convocation it was agreed that Hy
land and Hoopoe should officiate.
Demand 8eems Unreasonable.
Nothing, however, was said about
expenses, both Coach Stolhm and
Manager Eager supposing that as long
as tho games wore to be played on a
neutral floor each team should take
half of tho proceeds. And now Kansas
comes back with a domand that Ne
braska guarantee expenses. Just why
Nebraska should pay money out of its
treasury, if tho teams failed to
draw well In Omaha, In order to
defend the title against Kansas
when ill has already defeated
tho Jayhawkers four times, is hard for
Coach Steihm and Manager Eager to
see.
It looks very much as if Kansas were
trying to force Nebraska to refuse to
play.
Can Claim Championship.
If tho games aro not played in Om
aha this week they will not bo played
at all, for Steihm will not keep tho
men here dver Easter vacation in or
der to keep them in shape nor will ho
assemble the team after the vacation.
To keep tho team in condition would
mean steady work and if it were to lay
off until after the holidays It would
take several weoks to got into form
again. Nebraska can rightly claim tho
and tho coach does not intond to bo
obstinate about- it, but if Kansas re
fuses to como to terms on its own prd
posals then the games will not bo
played. '
To Give Three Recitals.
Miss Howell's elocution classes will
give three recitals Friday morning at
9, 10 and 11 o'clock respectively.
These recitals will be held in the
Temple theater and are free to all.
"Pill" as an Aid to Learning.
Tho IlllnoiB Daily Illlni, The Brown
Dally Herald and Tho Yaje News all
contain quarter page ids' of a well
known brand of cigarettes that are'
said, or advertised to be a great aid
In studying.
THETA GRAND OFFICER8 HERE.
Reception Given at Chapter House for
Two Visiting Officials.
Kappa Alpha Theta is entertaining
two grand officers this week, Miss
Pearl Green, grand socretary and edi
tor of the sorority paper, and Mrs.
Yale Hoffman, Nebraska 1907, grand
treasurer, are visiting at the chapter
house. A reception was given yester
day, afternoon In their honor. Repre
sentatives from all other sororities
were invited.
8tudents Fight Traction Line.
The Purdue Exponent has boon
waging a war on the street car com
pany of that city. The students are
up In arms- and are demanding better
service.