The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 05, 1913, Image 1

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TLhe Dailv flebraskan
Vol. XII. No. 116
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913
Price, 5 Cents
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LAWS SEE RUNAWAY
NOVEL AFFAIR HAPPENS OPPO
SITE NEW LAW BUILDING
YESTERDAY MORNING.
DRIVER GETS BAD GASH
However the Team Is Soon Quieted
and Injured Man Taken To
Doctor in Ma
chine. A small rmiii :y happened in front
of the new law building u3.texday
morning shorii alter 8 o'clock, re
sulting si painlul injury to thr driver
o( a coal wagon The outfit wir
standing across the street fioni tin
law building when the horse.-, gae a
start, tin owing the wagon against the
curbing and jostling the dnvi r off (lie
seat onto the bin k pavenu ni The
team and wagon stopped in iiont of
the west cential gate and were soon
quieted The driver lay l,r some
time on the pavenu nt, uy much plan is that members of the associa-
stunned and vitli a deep gash aboe,ion will re eive spi cial privileges no!
the right eye that bled fredy. He L-corded to others and that they will
was taken awa lor medical i-ltention .tand a part ot the cost ot maintain
b a pa-sing automobile. ing the courts
j While only two of the old men are
NEWSPAPER MEN HOLD
FOXY FORMAL PARTY
Daily Nebraskan Acts As Host This
Evening at the Walsh
Hall.
The l)ail Nebiaskan will break in
to formaldom this evening with its
initial swallowtail party in Walsh hall
I'niversity press men will bo great 1
in evidence and the whole unair will
take on Hie aspect of a pen-pusher's
dance. Programs will be novel and
the music is predicted as something
worthy oT such ji distinguished dance
Loading the grand march will be
as Master of (Vi emonU s, Kenneth M.
Snyder, with Miss Faith Sell wind and
Chairman Louis Home with Miss
Florence Angle The procession will
start at S ::'.( ;diarp
WRESTLERS REACH IOWA
Cornhusker Team Arrives At Iowa
Fray.
The Cornhusker wrestling team ar
rived nt Iowa City this morning a
little tired by their journey but
otherwise prime for their match with
tho Hawkeyes tonight. Physical Di
lector Scluoeder has announced that
the following men will make up the
team to represent Iowa: O'Connor,
heavenwelght; Ballard, featherweight;
Hobbeti, middleweight and Gran,
lightweight. The Iowa men are con
fident that they will reverse their
luck of pieeeding tournaments and
will win tonight's bout.
The Blair Club held a hou&o party
at the. Farm House last night.
TENNIS MEN PREPARE j
TO FORM ORGANIZATION j
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Good Material for Producing a Strong
Team This Sea
son. With the return of the robins and
warm weather, the tennis enthusiasts
are again gathering around the courts
and talking of racquets, balls aw!
slacked lime The two lots east of
the athletic field set aside for the
special use of the tennis sharks are Coming !lt :i wnson of the yei.i when
being cleaned and rolled in'o shape 'pocket money for ice cream and
for spring practice. The exp. use of j frappcs is indispensable to the adoles-uj4wp-Hnd
-equipment i nu- rmtH-j-ce"1- uud - --wko -of the year
matter and though the athletic depart-' xs 1" " '"!'" si'v' s" "' of n
ment has agreed to stand a part o summer's skimpy .arinngs tor the
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the cost, tliere is enough out:-Hie eX-
pense to make it necessarv to Hud
other means of meeting the bills
With this end in view the old tennis
men are planning to organize They
will call themselves the Te-nis As-
sociation. A meeting to perfect this
organization will be held Tuesday
morning at 11 o'clock in IT. lot; The
back. Florev i.nd Williams, there is " ""' world to leceipting j. remit
a great deal of fresh mateiial that ,:,1(,(' right "w '' is "'" "'e
a ill develop into Varsity .,tulf awl root of all we iiave to sa on the sub
give the older lellows a hard run to J"(t-
keep their places The Missouri Val " is "lways easy to scoop corn if
1. y meet comes on the flftienth of U(' begin Jlt "'e bottom The same
Ma. al Lawrence, Kansas, and pre principle applies in a less exa-.gerated
parations are being made to send degree to the payment of delis. The
a winning team to represent Nebra-i , ln's f April, the time for ai install
a Besides these, arrangenu nts aiv,"11'"1 lroln fa,,ll'r is 'lpe uvil past,
being made foi a meet with Creigh Begin to evade much later embarass
ton University and Peru Normal, to in('"' ol ,lu' )(,,lv aiui barms. ei.g kind
lie neid during tne latter pan or May.
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CLASSIC DANCING MAY 3
Miss Days Dancing Class To Give
Exhibition At Temple
Theatre.
The dancing class, under the in
st ruction of Miss Day. will give an
exhibition of their w rk May :, at
the Temple Theatre. (exhibitions
have not been given by these classes
before, but undoubtedly it will meet
with the approval of a full house, counterfeit were out in lull toice. The
Several solos as well as the group i track team went through their cus
dances will bo presented. j tomary ritual, and some of the men
THE BAND CONCERT.
The annual concert which is to be
given In the Temple next Friday night
promises to be one of tho biggest
All-University events of the season.
In addition to several prominent solo-
ists, the program will be enriched by
two new compositions, 'Our Nebras
ka," by Bullock, and a novolette by
Director Cornell.
Mr. Hex Bishop Wilsey of the Sen
ior class of the University has been
elected to membership in Phi Beta
Kappa. His name should have been
included in the list as published on
March 13th. Mr. Wilsey's home ad
dress is Tecumseh.
MIDSUMMER DUNS ARE
EXTREMELY ANNOYING
Bills Pile Up At Wrong Time On Un-
fortunate Students at This Time
Happy is the man who leaven the
Unhersity .hn.e 1 Ft li with tne sweet
smile of sat i-taction appearing on
liis lips, and a peaceful consc'ousness
pervading his mentality that he 1h
square with the world. The mid-summer
dun is a most unwelconi" guest.
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M e awn.ge dun received With w hat j
'impetuous recoil, no! glib an I easily I
" Kohlen hinges moving, noes t.he (
business manager of the Hag dispatch
bis summer duns ;
"' """' " prepare lor a acauon
(" P'funiary peace is now.
Without dwelling longer on the phi'
"sph ot instantaneous Hqwdat ion.
' becomes quite eas to suggest the
piwlical applieation to which Hies,
speculations readily lead We waul
(,u l() P!l' 'OUI" "Hag" subs, i iptious
We hae not the --lightest cbjectin.i
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io(ia ami presenting nun with a do!
';ir in tull for this semester's subscrip
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ATHLETIC FIELD AGAIN
SEES SPRING WORKOUTS
Track, Football and Baseball Men
Agnin Drawn Out By Warm
Weather.
The athletic Held came back to its
own yesterday and athletes ieal and
showed that their long training is tak-
ing effect.
The baseball squad held the best
i practice of the season. Aftei fielding
practice and i-ome base-sliding in
structions, the first and second teams
indulged in a slugging match which
I grew so spirited that the long distance
runners of the track team were called
in to replace the martryrs in the
field. If some of the sluggers keep
on tho gajLe receipts will probably
be swelled by coin from the pockets
of big league scouts on the lookout
for a chance to snap up a phenom.
Francis Young will spend tho week
end at Schuyler and Ruth Mills at
Iowa City.
FOOTBALL HOPES RISE
SPRING PRACTICE INSPIRES
COURAGE IN ENTHU8IA8TS
IN FACE OF HARD
SCHEDULE.
FRESHMEN WILL FILL GAPS
Twnty Men Out Regularly In Spito
of Conflicting Track and Base
ball Demands On
Time.
The" first few days of spring fool
ball practice have prnctically assured
the coaches that it will bo a valuable
hhkpI to Nel.ri.slc 's looth.ill fenm. Tin.
,.(Ht f(,w (,avs ,mV(, H(ipn fr()li W.uy
(() ,,,, v.,iv1 . () the ,1H(, at
V(I y pi.acti(.(1 U wo.klnR ,mrd. Th,H
,,.,. wmiId ,m,i()ubtedly b much
larger were it not for the fact that
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and track work take up the
time of many loothall men However,
the coach leels that the spring prac
loce is not so much to leach I lie vet
erans ot the game as i is to expound
a lew details to the substitutes and
liesliinan Last ear Hie varsity had
bare gotten well organi.ed when
Hie season clo-ed Willi spring prac
tice the coach hopes to eliminate all
ot this and have a perfectly organ
ized t am i t he I hue ot the first
game
As eerone remeinbeis, the line
was the source ol most ot la: t year's
tiouble, while the hafkficld was ex
cccdmgh good in comparison This
car the troubh seems to be just the
reverse However the fre.diinan team
team will undoubtedly furnish some
good men to till the gap leti open by
tll, K,a(,iaiion of Captain
Frank.
Hutherlord will piobably alternate
with Heck at half while Coffee,
another tirst year man, will be used
at full. Moth ot these men showed
up well in last year'.s scrimmages,
liardiner another freshman w Ik comes
troin Lake Forest will also get a
chance in the backfleld.
Next ear's schedule will be tho
hardest ow that the Husk-is have
ever had Three games will be played
with teams in the "Hig Nine" asso-
nation and tin re will be no so-called
' practice games at all.
IOWA WRESTLERS
CHOSEN FOR THE MEET
IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 1, 1913
Physical Director B. V,. Schroeder
has announced the following line-up
for Iowa in the big Iowa-Nebraska
wrestling tournament to bo held here
Saturday night:
HeavyweightO'Connor, class 175,
weight 178.
Featherweight Ballard, class 125
weight 125.
Middleweight Hobbctt, claes 145,
Weight 147.
Lightweight Gran class 140, weight
137.
Louise and Ethel ChaBe of Stanton
are visiting at the Alpha O house.
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