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THE DAILY NERRA8KAN
TRACK VETERANS SCARCE
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olllco knife written on It Return to
LIND8TROM FORM MAINSTAY
OF VARSITY TRACK TEAM.
THIRTY-FIVE OUT FOR PRACTICE
Coach Reed Preparing a Team for
Kansas City Meet, March 1, and
for 8peclal Relay Race
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Track work for the coming Benson
linn begun In earnest A squad of
about thlrty-flvo mon Iiuh been getting
out for the lutjt two weeks. Although
only four of last year'H men, namely
LlndBtrom, Heavls, Heaver and Race
ley arc back again thlB year, the pros
pect for a good season are bright.
.flevoral new men hTivo bIiowii up In
ood form among whom the beBt are
Weyer and Zumwlnkel In tho BprlntB,
Halllgnn and KruBe In the high hur
dles; McMasters, Anderson, Kunlck
and Cutrlght In the dlstancos and
Tleeae as all around athlete who will
develop Into one of the best men the
.Cornhuskers ever had
The llrHt meet will be held on March
1, at Kansas 'Mty The relay team Is
entered in this meet and a special
match race has been arranged be
tween Oklahoma and Nebraska In the
ono mile lelay rare Oklahoma will
lme two of the fastest men in the
woat on her team, iiameh Coin t right
and Reeds who were on tb" football
team last fall
On March S the relaj team will
make a tilp to St. Louis to compete
In the Missouri Athletic club games.
Tryouts for these two meets vill be
hold on Febiuary 10 at J p. in All
men are uiged to tr out because there
la a great opening for new material
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TEXANS WALK OUT
BOTANY SCHOOL SYNOPSIS HERE
Announcement of Summer Session of
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Prominent Educators in
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way between Manitou and the summit
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be Ideal, the temperature at no time
exceeding 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
The course Is open to a limited num
ber bf graduate students not to exceed
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And II. L. Shantz, special lecturer of
the Bureau of Plant Industry, Depart
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eated by writing to Dr. Clements at
the University of Minnesota.
Punishment for Hazing Causes Strike
of Entire School In Pan
Four hundred students of tho Texas
Agricultural and Meclmnlciil college
are on a strike as the result of tho
peremptor dismissal of fort y of their
comrades, convicted of "hazing" It
is leported that the entile college haa
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oarrlng hundieds of Htudnts hack
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and that there will be no interruption
in the regular class schedule.
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