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THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
THE I'NIVKUSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Fiuonrcruc c McDonnell,
MannKliiK Editor Morrill V. Reod
Associate Editor. .Konnotli M Snyder
Associate Editor, .('loyd V. Stewart
BubIucbh Manager.. . .('. C IJuchanan
Ckculatlon Manager J. 8. Bowen
C. L. Yochum, J. L. Cutright, H. 0.
Hewitt, W. F. Goodman, Winifred Seo
gar, C. N. Brown, F. N. Wolls, A. R.
O'Hanlon, L. W. Home, F. A. Turnure,
J. R. Wood, I. K. Froat, Leon Samuel
on. Chandler Trimble.
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under the Act of Congress of March 3,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
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ACCOMMODATIONS FOR WOMEN.
The Nebraskan is In lecelpt of a
letter from a woman Htudent complain
ing of the condition and luck of accom
modations for women students at the
University. The letter is unsigned,
and for this reason wo are unable to
publish It In our columns. The matter,
according to our correspondent, is a
delicate one, and in the main deals
with conditions that we necessarily
know nothing about In light of these
facts we must suppress publication of
our correspondent's charges until we
can determine her Identity
BY WAY OF EXPLANATION.
Some confusion has arisen over Just
who won the Holstein prize in the
national dairy Judging contest held
recently in Chicago It seems that in
spite of the fact that Nebraska was
awarded premier honors by a margin
of over 200 points, Ames claims the
honors. The following explanation
may Bettle the controversy
The Holstein scholarship was really
won by Nebraska, but owing to a cer
tain rule Nebraska could not accept
another scholarship after having won
the sweepstake scholarship, hence the
second highest man a member of the
Iowa team was awarded the Holstein
It happened in this way: The Ne
braska team stood higher than any
other team in the contest, thereby win
ning the National Dairy Show trophy
and the W. D. Hoard trophy. Stephen
II. Wlsenand of the Nebraska team, a
sophomore in college, won tho highest
standing of any Btudent from all the
agricultural colleges, thoroby winning
sweepBtako honorB and two $400 schol
arships The team alao won the most
prized Holstein trophy cup as the re
sult of the highest standing in Judging
a Horflteln cow. On account of a rule
making it impossible for the winner
of tho sweepBtako scholarship to ac
cept another scholarship, the Holstein
scholarship won by Mr. Wisenand was
awardod to the Becond highest man, a
member of the Iowa State College.
Summing up our honors, Nebraska
won tho National Dairy Show trophy,
W. D Hoard trophy, sweepstake schol
arship, and the Holstein cup, beside
the Holstoln scholarship, which could
not be accepted on account of the
TIGERS SHOW FIGHT
(Continued from Page 1 )
The Missouri rooters were there in
force and the cheering was better than
that on Nebraska field so Tar this
year. There was no hiBsing or quarrel
ing with the olllcials and the new
.Missouri spirit, as President Hill says,
will be the talk oT the valley
C C B
COOPER TOURS EASTERN NEB.
Agricultural Professor Finds Fruit
Crop in State Good.
Professor Cooper of the horticultural
department has returned from a trip
through eastern Nebraska on an or
chard inspection trip. He is very much
pleased with conditions and says that
the general care and conditions of the
orchards are much better than he ex
pected. The fruit would be much larger and
more highly colored, he says, if the
trees were planted farther apart and
better pruned. Nevertheless, the or
chards are in good shape and there is
a good crop of fruit this year.
J. R. W.
JUNIOR PLAY COMMITTEE NAMED
Dickenson Appoints Six Members of
Class to Engineer Play.
President Dickenson of the junior
clans has appointed the following com
mittee for the junior play.
Prank Kruse, chairman; Alma Plus
(era, Clarence Clark, Harold M. Diers,
Gertrude Scribner, Clara Janouch.
Professors Guests of Engineers.
The committee In charge of the
engineers' Orpheum party did good
work last week, succeeding in getting
out sixty-six men. Dean Stout and
Professors Chase, Hoffman and Fer
guson occupied a box as guests of tho
Tan 16 Button
THIS WEEK ONLY
We will make up our No. 1099 French Blue Serge
with Serge-Mohair or Imported Venetian Lining
Regular $35.00 Goods. See our window.
Jones and Balling, 1J?nZ?ieventh St
In spite of the Tigers'
We are scoring every day by in
creasing our sales to a satisfied
and growing University trade, in
spite of able competition.
Armstrong (Elntljing (Ha.
Good Clothes Merchants
Republican Candidate for Commis
sioner of Public Lands and Buildings.
Endorsed by the Progressives.
Fred Beckman iB a German by
birth. In the year 1871 he settled in
Nebraska. Farmed for 10 years in
Seward county. In 1881 he moved to
Lincoln and engaged in the general
merchandise business, until the year
1892, when he was elected county com
missioner of Lancaster County.
Mr. Beckman will make an ideal
Commlsisoner of Public Lands and
Buildings In the primary election he
carried every ward in the city of Lin
coln and all but 3 precincts in tho
vrounty. He had a plurality of 1,220
otes oer IiIb highest opponent Thb
.s certainly a good showing, as there
were bIx candidates for that oflice. Mr
Beckman alBo caried every adjoining
county, Saunders, Cass, Otoe, Gage
Saline, and Seward.
Where he is best known he is best
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