The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 25, 1912, Image 1

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VOL. XL NO. 131
UNlJiRSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY APRIL 25, 1912.
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FARM COMPANY LOSES
TO PERSHING RIFLES
FIRST REGIMENT ORGANIZATION
WIN8 ANNUAL CONTEST.
ANOTHER BRIGADE PARADE TODAY
Will Be Held on Campus of Agricul
tural School and Will Include
Both RegimentB.
The Pershing Rifles, the crack mili
tary organization of the First regi
mentf "duplicated its performance of
last year by defeating the Workl.ers.
the skilled company of the Farm regi
ment, In tho annual compet hold yes
terday. Tho points for the University
boys stood 44.29, while the Workifcers
finished with an average of 4! 22.
Commandant Yates and Major Frjink
forter wore the Judges of the con est.
Tho officers of the winning om
pany are Captain R. T. Guthrie, i irst
Lieutenant C. K. Paine, and Se:ond
Lieutenant J. B. Spaulding.
The Second regiment, which
camp this week, worked out some
in
field
problems Wednesday morning aril in
the afternoon regimental reviewlwas
held.
A Rare Sight.
Brigade parade, a ceremony never
seen at the State University unti
year, will be held this afternoon
this
at 5
o'clock at the State Farm. Stuients
of the University who were unalue to
witness the parade of tho two
ments of tho University and State
Farm students on tho athletic field
Tuesday evening will bo given another
opportunity to witness a military' cere-Cg hlB left eye BoyloB &-rendored
mony which is certain not to b, holdlljmoBt unconscious by tho blow and
again for a year. LaB ualf carried- hait ied from tho
ThlB was the first parado to have h0id
boon held in Lincoln with two regi- The Deita Upsilon team won the
menis participating since uie opuiusn.
American war in 1898, when the FlrB
and Second Nebraska Infantry were i
the city. The parade Tuesday eve
ing was hold on tho "spur" of the m'
ment and a few students and LIncol
citizens witnessed It. In order to gl
the students another opportunity
witness one of the most raagniflcet
military functions ever to be seen A
7.lnrnln PftmmnnHnnf Vntaa hna il-
Hriounced that tho second parado of t-e
brigade will be held this evening.
8pecial Cars Chartered.
Special cars have been charteredto
caiyy tho University regiment to o.
Farm, where the annual competitvo
drllh-of tho Stat'o Farm companies nd
tho Individual "compot" will bo pld
during tho afternoon. During the
parade 'Governor Aldrlch will prfont
. thesupa to tho captain of tlu'wlii-
tfj&VixiB company and also to tho tw men
. winning the,. Individual compot, Alt
cadets have been excused froC fur
; o'clock classes or laboratory pHods
at that hour. '
Mrs. LdRo8slgnol to Talk
Mrs. Lo Roaslgnol's last classhlch
has been several times postined,
will, be held PrJ.day evening I the
tj$hj' Y3$f C. A- rooms. She will tswer
? ' $ tho .n.uBstlojw'as to BQOJal convqtiona
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?(ER CALLERS NOW
SORORlY HOUSE8 LE88 POPU-
LAR N 8UNDAY8 8INCE THE
CL0E OF FORMAL 8EA80N.
With
10 close of the formal party
season
if tho fraternities and sorori
ties iuf at hand, there has been a
very n
iceable decrease in tho num-
ber of
unday afternoon callers at
the va&us Bororlty houses.
"It plainly is remarkable," said
one cN, laughing, "how the men
have wPPed calling since our formal.
Why.
st Sunday, there wore only six
caller
altogether at our house, while
for til
month or so before the party
there jvould be fifty or more every
time. Of course, now that tho
weatlir is nice, Borne of tho regular
caller are making individual dateB to
go wlking and on picnics, Instead of
calllif- Even allowing for this, how
over, a formal party In tho near fu
ture mrely does increase the number
of mil who are anxious to know our
bunc-"
HUFT WHILE WATCHING GAME
DaliBoyles Struck in Face and Pain
fully Injured.
While watching the Inter-fraternity
bseball game between the Delta Up
sian and Kappa Sigma teams at Unl-
irslty field Tuesday morning, Dale
oyles, senior in the college of law.
as struck In the face by a wild
irown ball. Ills noso was almost
Iroken and it was said by his
raternlty brothers at tho Delta
Iran hnunn thnt. tho Inlnrv wnn nffop-.
camo G to 1 bv clean, fant nlavlnir
Roberts Talks to Engineers.
A meeting of the Engineering So
ciety lust night was addressed by
II. W. Roberts, assistant stain en
gineer of Nebraska bridge and Irriga
tlon works.
LABORAT0RIES BUSY NOW
Approach of end of school
i brings earnest de8ire
TO WORK.
Both chemical laboratories are
pushed to tho limit the last few weokB.
Scarcely a desk is open and often
6tudents have difficulty In securing
desks at their regular hours. This has
very perceptibly added to tho fierce
heat In tho labs by promoting heated
discussion over tho right to a particu
lar place to work.
Tho cause of this extraordinary de
sire In the labs Is the approach of
the end of school. Those who Bluffed
lab the earlier part of tho term must
now make up time and got their work
up or be turned In incomplete. Every
year about this timo a lot of extra
time Is put In either to permit skip
ping lab later in tho year, or to make
up previous "cuts."
QUESTION FORDEBATE PICKED
FEDERAL CHARTERS FOR COR
PORATIONS WILL BE 8UBJECT
OF UNIVERSITY CONTE8T8.
"Resolved, That all corporations en
gaged in inter-8tato business Bhould
bo required to tako out federal char
ters, it being conceded that such a
requirement would bo constitutional
and that federal license shall not bo
available as an alternative plan," is
tho question which will bo threshed
out by tho various University teams
composing tho Central Debating
Leaguo next year.
Tho question was proposed by Wis
consin, and although official announce
ment has not yet boen made, Prof.
F. M. Fogg said yesterday that tho
majority vote favors this question, al
though tho phrasing may bo altered
somewhat.
Definite announcement will be made
later as to whether or not tho somlnar
or debating squad will be chosen this
spring. The team, of course, will not
be picked until next fall.
TEMPLE HIGH TO GIVE PLAY.
Senior Class Will Present "Cupid at
Vassar"' Saturday Night.
Something new in the high school
line will be tho play "Cupid at Vas
sar," which tho senior class of tho
Temple High 1b going to put on at tho
Tomplo theatre Saturday night.
Tho play as originally produced was
full of novelties and song hits, and
while it will bo impossible to dupli
cate all of theso, some will bo re
tained. The cast Includes several
clever soloists and this talent will bo
taken advantage of. One of tho fea
tures will bo tho "Daisy Chain" drill,
which appears In tho closing act. The
chorus for this Is being trained by
AUbb Davis of the physical education
department, while tho general direc
tion of tho play is In the hands of
F. C. .McConnoll, of tho University.
Seats are now on sale at tho Tem
ple. The prices are thirty-five and,
twenty-five cents.
THOSE AWFUL FRESHMEN
ONE OF THEM 8PELLED IT "TEU8-
DAY" ON BULLETIN
BOARD.
Again, we must Jump onto tho fresh
men. The attention of ono of tho re
porters was called Saturday, to tho
poster on the billboard, to the eftect
that a freshman class meeting would
bo held "Teusday" morning. V
Wo gladly concede that tho average
freshman Is not responsible for his
acts, but this is entirely out of the
question; this, In fact, beats anything
wo have seen for years.
After due consideration wo havo' de
cided to let it go this time: however,
if wo find the guilty freshman, jfprovid-,
ingwe can Jocato him) has not 'Im
proved in nla spelling' by" tho time ha
la at least a senior? tu6n,wV shall .bo
compelled 'to say some Fdlyers-things
th'at mlglit- slanderBald' frestiroanr
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NEBRASKA AND AMES
WILL MEET SATURDAY
COACH 8TIEHM PREDICT8 VIC
TORY FOR HIS PR0TEGE8.
CORNIIUSKERS LOOM UP STRONG
Visitors Expected to Win Hurdles,
Weights and Jumps, But Surprises
Are Not at All Unlikely.
8aturday at 2:30 p. m., Nebraska
will meet Ames on the local athlotlo
flold In tho first dua meet to bo hold
at homo thlB year. Nebraska is re
ported to havo a good team in excel
lent condition and, though going up
against a strong team, will win tho
meet, according to Coach Stlohm. Tho
coach says that tho scoro will be closo,
but he has no fears as to tho outcome
Nebraska is especially strong In tho
100, 440, 880 and mile runs, tho polo
vault, half and miio relays and tho '
220-yard dash. In tho mile Amos has
a good . man In Captain Farquhar.
Amosis conceded tho hurdlos and tho
weights, as well as the high and
broad Jumps, though Nebraska Is ox
pected to score In all of these events,
and there may be several surprises in
them.
Track In Good Shape.
Tho track is in excellent shape and
tho weather man reports fine weather
for Saturday, so that there appears
no reason why this meet Bhould not.
bo a great one. The meet will be run
off fast, with no tiresome delays be
tween events.
The entries of the two teams are as
follows:
100-yard daBh Ames: Clutter, Ivor
son, Kaiser, Keeney. Nebraska: May,
Christmas', Racely.
Ono-mllo run Ames: Clarkson,
Farquhar, Hobson, Ward. Nebraska:
Anderson, Kennedy, Bates, Becker,
Boggs.
120-yard hurdle Ames: Honningor,
Hyzer, Horton. Nebraska: Russol,
Kruse.
440-yard run Amos: Crawford,.
Laird, Lcssel, Nordstrum. 'Nebraska:
Brannon, Barney, Beaver.
220-yard hurdle Ames: Horton,
Hyzer, Rogers. Nebraska: Barney,
Wessol, Mills, NolBon, Roberts. '
880-yard run Amos: Haggard, Job
aolyn, Manning, Ward. Nebraska:
Becker, McQowan, Anderson, Robin
son. 220-yard dash Ames: Clutter, Ivor? '.
son, ' Kaiser, Keeney. Nebraska:'. .
Christmas, Racely, Brannon, Wherry.
One-mllo relay Ames: Crawford,riw
Laird, Lossel, Nordstrum, Smith, Stew.
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