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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEBBASEAN
ALUMNI PLAN ADOPTED
TO GOVERN FRATERNITIES
pears each year at this time and close
watch is kept of tho work done.
Foto day is generally mado a high
school rush day by tho fraternities of
tho school. Dances are planned by
almost all. tho dates for which aro
made many months in advance. In
this way a line-up is obtained on
promising men coming to Nebraska
the net year.
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COMMITTEE OF THREE PRACTIC
ALLY GIVEN POWER OF
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Tlio plan of reorganization of the
Inter-frntcrnlty council as Hiibinltted
to tho Hoard of Regents recently by
tho fraternity alumni lias been adopt
ed in ita original form by a commit
tee coiiHiHtlng of Chancellor Avery
and Itogont Allen, who were empow
ered by tho commltteo to act in the
matter. Tho new plan dlfferH from
the old in that It requlroH two alumni
mcmborn in place of one to meet in
the lnter-fraternity council with the
one active representative By plac
ing tho power of appointing the
alumni members In the hands of a
committee consisting of tho Chan
cellor, tho president of tho Hoard of
Regents and tho president of the
council, It practically gives this com
mittee tho absolute power of regulat
ing the (Ireek organizations of the
As the alumni representatives un
der tho now plan, tho following two
alumni from each chapter have been
requested to serve:
Alpha Tan Omega Claude S. Wil
son. F. C. Foster.
Alpha Theta Chi Dr. Irving S
Cutter, Leonard Flansburg.
Beta Theta PI X. M. Baxter, Max
Delta Tan Delta Dr II. .T. Lehn
hoff, John L. Teetors.
Delta UpBllon Phillip J. Harrison,
Dr. II. O. Hummel.
Kappa Sigma Verne Hedge, John
Phi Gamma Delta I.. IJurtz, W. P.
Phi Delta Theta W. I.. Stephens.
Chas. E. Stuart.
Phi Kappa Psl J. J Led with. W. A.
Sigma Alpha Ep'silon E. 11. Saw
yer, Fred Funke..
Sigma Chi W. E. Hardy. Paul
Sigma Nu V. B. ElBeffer. K. P.
Sigma Phi Epsilon W. J. Lempke,
F. E. Rohde.
The three faculty members will be
the Bamo as those nominated by the
University Senate at a recent meet
ing, with tho following exception
Professor Pool having resigned his
position. Professor Hunter has been
asked to serve in hla stoad, subject to
confirmation by the University Sen
ate. With this change, the faculty
members stand as follows: Professor
LeeB, Professor Buck, Professor Hun
tor. Verne Hedge is named aa
vice chairman. All legislation and
other acts by tho lnter-fraternity
council will bo strictly enforced by
tho University authorities.
Thornburg Orchestra. Auto B-2556.
FETE DAY COMING IN MAY
EXACT DATE NOT YET SET FOR
COMPETITION BY HIGH
High school foto da, tho occasion
on which representatives from tho
high schools of tho state Bend teams
scto Vcompoto In a track meet,
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scheduled this year for the middle of
Way. Tho oxact day haB not been
Bet upon owing to tho date sot for
vcarap, conflicting with tho original
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DELTA GANIMAOFFICERS HERE
ENTIRE GRAND COUNCIL WILL BE
ENTERTAINED BY LOCAL
Delta Gamma will entertain her en
tire grand eouiftttl Saturday and Sun
day of this week. The grand officers
are making nn ofllclal inspection of
several chapters in the middle west
The Universities of Iowa and MIb
sourl will also be visited.
.Members of the council who will be
entertained by the local chapter arc:
Ada Mae Brown, of Ithlnelander, Wis ,
president; Mrs. R. F. Carpenter, of
Lob Angeles, vice president; M.
Agnes Burton, of Detroit, Mich.. Bee
rotary; Marguerite Lake, of Balti
more, treasurer, and Ethel Tukey, of
Several entertainments will be
given by tho local chapter in their
honor. Among theBo will be a recep
tion to the fraternities, sororities and
members of the faculty Saturday
FARM DEPARTMENT CLOSES.
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work in newB-gatherlng Miss Abigail
McConnell, of St. Paul, won the con
test and becomes Farm Editor for
10123 by virtue or that honor
Henry Bull, of Elkhorn, was given
second place, and Henry Stubbe, of
Central City, third.
Five reporters besides the three
named mado up tho Farm Btaff:
Westover, Brlgga, Nelson, McCarthy
and Nelson. For tho last three
months and a half these students,
elected to their positions by their re
spective classes, have prosonted a
"Farm Notes" column with fair regu
larity. Each one has had certain
days to work, an assignment of work
has been made individually each day,
and a Farm-car conductor has been
cajoled Into carrying the copy into
tho city. Weekly reports and grad
ings havo been issued tho staff, all
copy has been returned to them and
a systematic record of all work done
has been kept.
Tho Farm students have shown
their appreciation by a generous sub
scription llBt and unite with Principal
Hunter in asking for tho continuation
of tho Farm column In 1912-13.
H. G. Hewitt, who has had charge
of the organization and oporation of
this Bub-staff of newB-gathers, Is not
an Aggie, but a freBhman In tho six
year law courso.
M'GOWAN SETS NEW RECORD.
Nebraska Track Man Star Performer
at Drake Meet.
"Beany" McGowan, by virtue of set
ting a now Missouri valley record of
2:02 In the half mile, was the star per
former of tho Nebraska track team In
tho relay moot at Drake last Satur
day. Nebraska Unshed second in tho
two-mile relay., being beaten out by
Minnesota. The fleld of runners was
said to be the most brilliant assembled
west of tho ..Mississippi In recent
'yoarp, seven nbyt records being pro
George Race'ty, who ran In tho quar-
tor mile relay, was painfully injured
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