The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 18, 1913, Image 1

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Vol. XII. No. 126
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Orchestra cf Twelve Pieces Will Dis
pense Melody for Dancers
Extension Decorations
The date for the annual Pan Hel
lenic dance has been fixed for May 2'- i
The auditoi ium. floor, in better shape
than ever before, lias been secured to
accommodate the large flock of college
(In 'ks and their alumni that are ex
pected to congregate in the big hall
for the occasion. I
Every effort is being put forth by
tin- committee, consisting of W. It.
Haley, chairman; Frank Long, and II.
M. Noble, to make this dance one of
the very best of the social year. The
niU"-ic will be iiiriiislied by Jones' aug
mi nted orchestra of twelve pieces. Ex
tensive deiora'ions aie planned, and
other specialties of more than ordi
liar;, attractiveness are being speedily
pro idea.
The management are starting in
early :n the pi eparat ion of this dance
so that everyone can make arrange
incuts; for the big eent now. Special
invitation is extended alumni to be
present at the foregathering of the
Creeks. Tickets can be procured
from the members of the. committee
on and after next Monday.
Reed Picks Men to
Represent U. of N.
in Relay Races
Coach P.. ed lias picked the two
teams to represent Nebraska in the
Diake rela races tin last of this
week. Six men are to make the trip
in addition to the coach and no doubt
will give a good account of themselves
in tin. two runs. For the half mile
relay -in xvhlch Nebraska meets 1.111
can). Iowa, Ames, Kansas, Washing
ton, Drake, and Giinnell- Racely,
Wherry, Zumwinkle and Reese have
been chosen to uphold the reputation
of the Cornhuskers. Heaver, Zum
w inkle,. Racely, and Geetze are to run
in the mile relay and although an in
experienced team are expected to
make a very creditable showing
against the other schools. The meet
is to bo held In Drake Saturday and
the team will leave today for Des
Engineers Notice.
A plate at the banquet Saturday
night is offered for the best engineer
ing yell turned in befdre noon Satur
day to President Gramlich of the En
gineering Society.
Tuckerman Speaks
On Present-Day Ideals
of Efficient Service
Com ocat ion yesterdav was in
r ... engineers, i. was ...,:, . s,..,i cuc-sity ,,.,., win
what late in starting, due to the extra
inning required to decide (lie second
baseball game However, the "Old
(Jet m. in Hand," which was out in full
costume, improved the time b giv
ing a concert in front of Memorial
Dean Stout presided. " ProT. Tucker , assembly ail IT, ATI I (TcToTlT ClflBRPB
man gave a talk on "Engineering . w (. excused on Monday afternoon.
Ideals," in wliicli lie spoke of the pres- 'n,(, parade will be strictly formal
cut day ideal of honest ellicieiit ser-.,,i j,, addition to the ollicers the re
vice for the. money rendered, and the j viewing stand will hold Governor
furthei ideal or public service which Is Morehe.ul and Chancellor Avery. Next
iust coining to bo recognized. I( competive li ill this is the big mill-
The engineering quartet sang sev- tary event of the yc ar and it is honed
eral songs which were well received. ,),.,, u, racultv and student bodv will
L. It. Owen recited the famous poem ,,. ()Ut j,, IarK,. enough numbers to
composed by Prof. Morse. T. I. ' ,., a Kala elTect to the scene. The
Wirt, on behalf of Sigma Tan, pre- commandant of the student cadets has
sented the college with a line picture issm.(i special and general invitation
of General Dudley who gae the first J,,, all univeisiiy giils to witness tlie
instruction in t ngineering at this uni
ersit Dean Stout, in liis speecli of
acceptance, gave his recollections of
. Gcnicrnl Dudlev. The general, a vet
eran of the Civil war, at that time a
lieutenant, was the first commandant
at the University. :
; Weather of Past
Few Days Sends j
Tennis Hope High
Altnough t In weather lias been very
pleasant lately, no work has been done
Ion the tennis courts. However it is'
I expected that they will be fixed up1
; soon. The new tennis club has been'
I steadily increasing its membership, ,
and will be ready to use the courts,
in an organized manner. Entirely new j
nets will be used. 1
Plans will be made later for a tour-
nament. the winners to form the team 1
M;mv m..vaU (,()m.(s ,m, nQW lning
1 ,.n,mi.,nimi and students are!
already wearing white duck trousers,
and "serving" the balls to the fair coeds.
if April 18, 4 p. in. Basketball,
if in Armory: A. S. M. E. vs
A. I. E. E. S?
if 8 p. 111., Brace HaUIecture: if
if "Static Electricity," by Prof, if
if Skinner. if
if Tomorrow -- Engineers vs. if
if Laws. Banquet, Llndell if
State Farm and
University Cadets
Form Brigade Parade
The annual brigade parade of (he
occur next .Monday evening, preceding!
the Workier "compel." This big fea
uire of the military department has
usually been held at the Farm, but
contrary to precedent the cadets will
be reievei this year on the athletic
field First call w ill be at l:0r, and
Music Charms Beasts
But Not Cornhusker
Editorial Staff
When is music not music? Ask the1
students attempting to study in the
library while listening to the hetero
geneous collection of musical discords
emanating Iroin the tower of Babel
"across the street. Ask Editor Sweeley
oT the Cornhusker staff who daily
strived to collects his thoughts in
spired by melodious strains of Bee
thoven's Moonlight Sonata mixed with
Uzl's Sixtli Ilungaiian Rhapsody as
sailing one auditory organ and a con
glonieration of Mendelsslion's Spring
Song, Soldier's Chorus from Faust, EI
Miserere from II Trovatore and other
classical selections pouring soull'ully
into the other.
University Senate
Elects New Men
For Athletic Board
The University Senate has elected
tho Faculty members to the Athletic
Board. Prof. Caldwell has been chosen
to take the place of Dr. Jewltt. and
Prof. Morrill succeeds Hunter. The
other faculty members of the board
are Professors Wolfe, Barber and
The board will meet next Monday
night to award N sweaters to the 'Mis
souri valley championship basketball
five. There will be six letters award
ed besides the regular routine business.
With Words is Printed on Cards and
Will Be Distributed Today to
Add "Pep" to Advance
Cards bearing part of one of tho
Rongrrro he iiKrd in thrr Kostrift- K-hib-production
have been printed and are
to be distributed today. The sketch
is from a song in the second act sung
by the full chorus of men and girls.
From the wa these cards have been
guarded ii in sure that some of tho
music, at least, will be heard prior to
the production next Friday night. As
well as the music for the song, tho
cards bear the information that seats
will go on sale Saturday morning at
10 o'clock at the Oliver box ofllce.
From the campus enthusiasm a good
advance sale is expected
Baseball Squad
Leaves Today for
Manhattan Game
Baseball gatees galore were played
on the- different corners of the crowd
ed campus yesterday morning and af
ternoon. 'I he 'varsity held their last
practice before leaving for Kansas this
morning and the freshman team also
repoi ted for their first oflicial prac
Coaches Stielim and accom
panied by Rodman, Beckolf, Smyrha,
llarte, Jones, Jamison, Flory Haskell,
Frank, M.iv and Tovvle left at ():4f
this morning over the Union Pacific
for the land of the Kansas farmers.
The team is !n good shape and are
expected to conic; with the long end
of the- score.
Dewey Harman Will
Coach Football Men
Next Saturday
Football will be in charge of Dewey
Harman next Saturday afternoon for
Jumbo Stiehm will be in Manhattan
with the babeball team. Practice will
be held at the usual time. Tho squad
last night was put through some very
good signal practice. There were
about two teams out but they were
chiefly freshmen.