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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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LEGISLATURE STANDS FAST FRESH BASEBALL SHOWS UP
Conference of Both Houses Promises
to Recommend Disagreement
The Ioiir pending battle between the
Svnal- iiiul House will ( ome to n
-Hmnx today, or within the next few
lays, In view of the Immediate ad
journment of the legislature The re
fusal of either side to acknoulege the
ndvlHiihlllt) of the plans of the other
tnitlmied to maintain the customary
deadlock up to a late hour last night.
A conference of a committee from
-each house unt. held last night at the
Undo!) hotel, and It was said by good
.authority that that body would make
an extended report to both houses sig
nifying its inability to agree upon a
mailable settlement, and showing the
-necessary resulting disagreement In
other words the two houses will be in
the same position In deadlock as they
have been fr.HojjV' JJHu;jmsJ-
At ii caucus of removallsts held
Thursday noon In the senate the mem
Ifern of the joint committee were ln
wtructed to offer one of the three
platiH advanced by the University re
lg?ntfl as a counter propositon to the
rotn of the extension advocates. The
plan as published in the report of the
resen tH contemplated the removal of
all the colleges except the technical
college of law and a plan is offered in
opposition to the house plan advocat
ing extension of city campus and the
institution at the farm of all studies
necessary to make the course at the
farm a complete agricultural course
If the deadlock, as contemplated, oc
curs, the situation resulting will mean
that the University will remain in
practically the same situation as it
fa at present Not even the condition
of the school, as it now stands, de
plorable as it is in comparison with
Mb neighboring state educational in
stitutions is sufficient to dissolve the
stubborn stain! on either side to
recognize the pressing necessity for
It is expected, in addition, that in
the session of today the legislature
will take under advisement the bill
appropriating $25,000 for the equip
ment of the law and plant industry
buildings A failure to pass such bill
will depiive these two new buildings
of the apparatus required for occu
pancy and will necessitate the use of
impromptu ami inadequate furniture
until the next biennial session
CIVIL SERVICE APPOINTMENT
Miss Stewart to Philippines Will Sail
Elvessa Stewart, '12, an assistant in
the botany department, received
notice yesterday of her appointment to
he Philippine Islands. She will have
charge of domestic science.
Miss Stewart took the civil service
examination two weeks ago. The ap
pointment comes as a result of an es
pecially high standing.
Miss Stewart will sail May 3.
- Today, 2.30 I'. M., Athletic
it Field Baseball: Engineers -fc
-- vs. Laws. tAt
- 6:30 P. M.- Banquet, Lindell -fc
Hitting of New Men Especially Good
Numerous Men Try for
The treshinaii baseball team turned
out early yesterday afternoon and had
the athletic field all afternon The first
year men have a fine bunch of ma
terial out and should be able to give
the varsity a good stiff game when
they get together Kor every position
on the field there is an abundance of
material and some of it is extra
In the catching line three or four
good men have reported but since
practice has only begun nothing defi
nite has been discovered. About
seven or eight of the fresh have slg
nllled their intentions of becoming '
heroes in the box
The infield positions have about half I
a dozen men for each place McMullen i
Pitt ttrttoitr Mmnkv-H-UHt!7 -SelvwnbeT f
ilosek, Hugg, Spier and Gardner seem
to have the early edge on the rest of
the bunch but next week may bring
quite a lot of new material.
The outfield too, has a great many
men for each garden and some very
fast men. IT the hitting of the fresh
men team Is as good as the field work
they will have a bunch that will make
the varsity sit up and take notice.
Home Made Bread Six Loafs for 25c
COOKIES PIES CAKES
Give us your next order for Punch.
We know we can suit you both in quality and in price
Place your order with Townsend as
early ns possible for duplicate por
traits. The Cornhusker price contin
ues until the close of the school year.
Of the University Y. M- C. A.
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