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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1913)
MEET WON BY SIG ALPHS
After a Hard Battle the Cup is Taken
by S. A. E. Alpha Theta Chi
Pulls Second Place.
Sigma Alpha lOpsllon won first
place In tin annual Interfraternlty
meet hold Saturday afternoon In the
Armory. A cry small crowd com
pared with other years witnessed the
conteet. The events, were pulled off
rapidly while the real excitement of
the nfternoon came In the last two
events, the relay race and the tug of
war. The preliminaries to the tug of
war were held in the morning and re
Hultod in the elimination of all but
Alnhn Thetn f!hl and Hiama Aloha
Koflllon. In the nfternoon the first !
contest resulted In a draw and In the
second pull which followed Immedi
ately, 8. A. R. succeeded in pulling
the rope several inches, from which
position neither side budged until tho
call of time.
Thla glve the shield, which Is
awarded the winner, to Sigma Alpha
Epelhjn , for , the second time. Next
.year the contest is expocted to be
very strong between them nnd Alpha
Theta Chi who have also won the In-ter-frat
meet for two succeeding years.
Individual honors were awarded to
Meyers 8. A. R. and Israel A. T. C.
with totals of 16 and 10 points, re
spectively . Summary.
Sigma Alpha Rpsllon
Alpha Theta Chi
lieta TheUi PI
Phi Kappa Psi
Phi Delta Theta
Alpha Tau Omega
Delta Tau Delta
BEST EVER PRODUCED.
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of the title of "Vodvll," his story-telling
in dialect being the comedy hit of
the evening and the accompanying
chorus making a splendid background
for his impersonation of the much
abused Eddie Foy. The Laws com
pleted the program with a funny skit
thut was a tribute to tho ingenuity of
The program- was a big success as
an impromptu undertaking and, while
the first half lagged slightly to the im
patleuco of tho audience the final acca
more than made up for the defect In
finish and ability of production.
Tho proceeds from the ticket sale
over the rent oi the Oliver were turned
into the general fund of tho Y. M.
Meeting of all class representatives
for the inter-class basket ball series
-will be held today at 11 a. m. In Ar
mory. Applications for the office of
circulator on the Dally Nebras
kan will be received until 4 p.
m., Friday, March 14, by T. A.
Williams, secretary of the pub
lication board. Room 102 Ad
ministration Building. Appllca
tioi Wanks can be secured from
ART EXHIBITION THIS MONTH
More Than a Hundred Reproduction
of Paintings by American Artists
MISS HAYDEN TO TALK MARCH 14.
One hundrod and twenty reproduc
tions of masterpieces by American
painters, lately received from the
American Federation of Art of Wash
ington, are being exhibited, free of
charge, by the department of art. The
exhibition will continue throughout
The range of paintings includes
figures, interiors, landscapes and ma
rines from the brushes of the foremost
painters, among them Alexander Har
rison, Wyant, Inness, Gilbert Stuart,
Tnrhi11' MolcherH, Tryon, Homer, Cas-
satt and Hunt. The originals may be
seen in the fine arts galleries of Wor
cester, Detroit and Boston, the muse
um of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan
museum and National Art gallery of
In all of the pictures, the process of
reproduction has shown the technique
of the painters to a very unusual ex
tent. Thuvanhtman's "Fishing Boats at
Glouchester," shows remarkable repro
duction. Attention is especially culled to the
work of the older painters "The Gulf
Stream," Ly Wlnslow Homer, "The
Haunt of the Heron," by George In
ness and "The Blacksmith," by Whist
ler Among the later paintings the
collection includes Waugh's "Bucchan
neers;" Tarhell's "Girl Reading," and
Dougherty's "Land and Sea," which is
said by Blrge Harrison to b the fin
est American marine painting. Garl
Melcher and Mary C'absatt, American
painters in foreign lands are repre
sented by a splendid group, Melcher's
"Mother and Child," and "Wedding,"
and Cassatt's "Mother and Child," de
serving especial mention.
The colored reproductions, number
ing sixteen or more, are unusual and
are very accurately colored. MIsb
Hayden, director of the school of Fine
Arts, considers them the best ever
exhibited by the Art department. Alex
ander's "Bowl of Basil," "Phyllis" and
"Summer Afternoon," with Blrge Har
rison's "Fifth Avonue at Twilight," at
tracting unusual comment.
, A reception will be given In
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ri-LD GEOGRAPHY CLASS
GOES TO ANTELOPE PARK
Girls Class Under Miss Griffith and
Bengston Study Topography
The girls' class in field geography
make their preliminary trip this morn
ing to Antelope park. In the study,
Miss Griffith, who Is In charge, will
bring out the relation of the soil to
the development of topography jind 'o
industries. The girls meet at the Cap
ital grounds at 8:30 and will spend the
forenoon on the trip.
Professor Bengston is making up
the schedule of field studios for his
class of men, and this morning they
will make a short trip to the outskirts
BAND AT CONVOCATION
University Regimental Band to Appear
for First Time In Concert Today.
at 11 O'clock.
The University Regimental band will
give a concert today, March 11, during
the convocation hour. One of the
numbers on the program will be Hay
dn's famous "Surprise Symphony."
This is the first time this year that tho
Uni band has appeared before the
public in a concert. It will afford the
students an excellent chance to hear
good music and see the band in dress
Annual Election of Y. M. C. A. Offi
The ollicers and members of the
board of directors of the Y. M. C.
are to be chosen today. Men who
are giving their moral or financial
support to the association may vote
The election will take place in the
Temple building at the information
desk from 9 o'clock to 5. Officers to
be elected are president, vice presi
dent, secretary, treasurer, one board
member from the faculty, one board
member from the city, and eight stu
dent members including the faculty.
Household Arts club will meet
Tuesday evening, March 11, at the
home of Miss MlBkoll. 305 South
hall, the Monday evening following
the Raster vacation, at which time
Miss Hayden will talk informally to
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