The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 08, 1913, Image 1

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Vol. XII. No. 103
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913
Price 5 Cents
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TEAM HAS HARD LUCK
TWO MEN WHO HAVE STARRED
THIS SEASON DOOMED TO RE
MAIN ON THE SIDE LINES.
FIRST GAME WILL BE BEST
Full Team Will Probably Represent
Nebraska In Second and Third
of Series But Several Will Be
Cripples Monday Night.
Coach Sliehm returned eBterday
from Kansas City after having finally
arranged all the details of the cham
pionship series between the Jayhawk
ers and the Cornhuskers According
to their tibial poliry, the southerners
hailed and wrangled over every
point in the agreement, but by keep
ing at them, the coach finally managed
to complete all arrangements, and the
Kansas team will be here ready for
Monday night's battle
One of the points which caused
much difficulty was that of officials.
The Kansans play a very open style
of basketball and are not such rough
players as aie the members of the
northern teams. Therefore, they de
sired referees who would hold to as
strict an intei pretation of the rules
as possible. The difficulty was set
tled by arranging to have two offi
cials in each game, and the one who
is to be referee will be chosen by
tossing a coin. As was previously an
nounced in the Daily Nebraskan Mike
Hyland of Iowa will be one of the offi
cials here. The other man has not
been definitely decided on.
Another cause of much trial und
tribulation to the coach was the mat
ter of admission prices. The two
teams will split even on the gate
money taken In at the three games.
Therefore Kansa Insisted, and with
WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW
WHY THE JUNIOR LAW CLASS KKLT CALLED UPON TO
REPUDIATE THE DEBTS INCURRED HY ITS ALLEGED REPRE
SENTATIVES WHO GAVE AT THE LINCOLN HOTEL LAST
YEAR A DANCE IN THE NAME OF THAT HUT WHICH THAT
CLASS NEVER AUTHORIZED
"RESOLVED, That the Junioi Law Class ior 1JH2-1H13, after a
full and complete discussion of the matter referred to In the attached
letter from the Lincoln Hotel, dated February 21, 1!)13, is convinced
that the debt mentioned in said letter was incurred without any au
thority from the Freshmnn Law Class of 191 1 -1 !1 2, and entirely with
out any responsibility of said cIbbs.
That it is not the intent of the Junior Law Class to dodge any
of its debts or its desire to see anyone be "stuck" for its debts, but
it does not feel called upon to pay obligations inclined by others
without its authority and for which it is not responsible
That the Junior Law Class feels that those who have been the
cause of this delinquency should answer for it, and that the Lincoln
Hotel should look to those who put on the dance, for pa incut of their
claim "
WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW
COMEDY TAKES WELL
GERMAN DRAMATIC CLUB PUTS
ON CREDITABLE PERFORM
ANCEDIE JOURNALI8TEN.
EXTENDS OVER THREE HOURS
However Interest Lags But Little
During Entire Tlmo. Theatre Is
Well Filled with Apprecia
tive Audience.
FRATERNITIES RAISE BIG
DUST THIS AFTERNOON
(Continued on Page 4.)
Annual Pan-Hellenic Indoor Meet
Scheduled With Matinee
Dance.
The annual inter-fraternity track
meet will start this afternoon at 2:00
o'clock and will be followed by an
informal dance. The twenty-five-yard
dash, rope climb, high jump, high
kick, shot-put, fence vault, pole vault
and tug-of-war, will constitute the
oventB.
Preliminaries in the tug-of-war will
be held this morning in the Armory
at 10 o'clock.
FEW SEATS LEFT FOR
UNIVERSITY NIGHT SHOW
Occasion As Popular As Ever In Spite
of Admission Charged Final Re
hearsals Go Off Nicely.
That University Night is to be as
popular an affair as ever in spite of
the admission charged is apparent
from tho fact that late yesterday af
ternoon it was announced at the Oli
ver theatre that every reserved seat
in the house had been sold. Those
who have failed to reserve seats so
far will be obliged to resort to the
aerial section. No loss whatever will
be incurred In giving the production
(Continued on Pago 4.)
"Dlo Journallsten," by Froytag, a
comedy In four acts, waB presented at
the Templo Theatre last evening and
scored a marked buccobb with an ap
preciative audience
The play consumed three and a half
hours, the final curtain falling at
11:40 Though the action dragged
slightly at times, tho interest was
such from sceno to scene that not a
person was seen to leave his seat.
"Die .lournalisten" is the best
known of German dramas dealing with
modern subjects, and is very difficult
for the ordinary German student to in
terpret skillfully Probably Miss
Heppner deserves more credit than
any other person for its success She
had witnessed a performance of the
play in Germany and was able to give
a true picture of German life only by
thorough and patent coaching. Tho
gestures and characteristics of tho
typical German were shown to perfec
tion La Mar Stanley In tho part of "Col
onel Berg" maintained at all times a
dignified, Bedate manner that Inter
prets perfectly the wily old politician.
The part of his daughter Ida, Miss
Dorothy Dunkin, was played consist
ently and well, though she showed a
slight self-consciousness at first. Pau
line Kohn, as Odolheld Runeck was
easily the star of the play. Hor per-
(Continued on Pago Two)
Valley Championship
Starts Monday, 8:00 P. M. Armory
CAPTAIN CARRIER
Who although in poor shape will buck
the Jayhawkers Monday night.
ROSS HASKALL
Nebraska's crack right forward, ex
pected to put up his usual game
against Kansas.
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CLINT UNDERWOOD
Left Forward of much experlenco
and "pop" depended on to make Ham
ilton's men hustle.
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