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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
ATHLETIC BOARD HAS MEETING
Was Decided That G. E. Reed Be Sent
to Olympic Tryout8 and An-
derson if In Condition.
YcHtordny nt fi p ni tho athletic
board hold r mooting In I)r Clapp'H
office Since thoro wb not a quorum
proHont there could bo no ofllolal huni
neHH tranHaetod and all that wan done
by tho small number nrenent will have
to bo Rono over at tho next board
meotlnp; It 1b undorBtood, however,
that Guy Rood will undoubtedly be
Bent to tho Olympic tryouts at Chi
cago and Ix)u1b Anderson will alno bo.
Bont If ho 1b In condition at the time
and 1b Bhowlng up in good form.
Racoly will not bo in condition to run
at tho time.
It 1b not yet definitely known who
will bo Bent to tho Purdue meet
SENIORS HOLD CLASS MEETING
Levy Made to Cover All Debts and to
Buy Class Present Senior
At the senior ciaKH mooting held
yesterday morning the matter of levy
ing an aBBessmont was considered
Vincent Hascall explained the B'Htem
which has been used in former years,
namely, that of assessing each senior
$2.00 to pay any outstanding debts
and to provide a fund for tho class
That each class shall graduate from
tho University free from debt is an
unwritten law; that it shall support
Its class play is not a law. but it
should be. In accordance with these
sentiments tho class adopted a roso
lution providing for the levying of a
$2.00 assessment to cover not only the
outstanding debts and the purchase of
a gift, but also to insure the financial
success of its play
Tho members of tho class dobt com
mlttee, tho class gift committee, and
tho business manager of tho play were
authorized to collect this assessment
Tho committeo which selected tho gift
was empowered to purehaBo tho same
It was also announced that reserved
Beats for the play are to bo held for
tho seniors until Wednesday of next
week, at which time they will bo put
on general sale
LAW FACULTY TO SCATTER.
Many of the Professors of the Ne
braska Law College Will Visit
Various Places This Summer.
Very soon after tho St h of June,
Nebraska's law faculty will be scat
tered pretty nearly in the four cor
ners of the United States some doing
ono thing, others another Professor
Robbina is anxious to got his work
lined up for tho coining year and cases
ready for trial. IT Ih work will take
him to Washington, Colorado and
Iowa during tho summer Dean Hast
ings expects to bo in Chicago during
tho convention, and later to attend
tho meeting of tho National Bar Asso
ciation at Milwaukee. After his Bum
mer work at Ann Arbor, Professor and
Mra. Conant will leavo for Boston, re
turning by way of Milwaukee. Doctor
Maxoy will bo In Lincoln until tho
opening of tho Chicago convention,
where ho will go to witnesB what
promises to bo tho greatest strugglo
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