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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1913)
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Vol. XII. No. 143
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913
Trice, 5 Cents
HOPEFUL OF TRACK MEET
ENTHUSIASTS DECLARE NEBRAS
KA HAS GOOD SHOW OF TAK
ING AWAY LAURELS.
KANSAS TEAM IS FAST
Coaches Here Have Been Handicapped
By Inexperience of Men From
Whom Team Must
This atternoon at 2 o'clock Nebras
TTH trTTTTTTrpr lnnn; m mr nrtmtn 1
track iMi't i Mtli the Hunker's greatest
cnern Past cais hae seen both
lctor.. and del cat as the part of Ne
biask.i's ! :i m and the remit this af
ternoon ! as doubtlul as ever in the
history ol competitive sports between
the two schools
Kansas is in the prime of condition.
She has fast men in every event and
in several record breakers. Her
coaches are of the best in the valley
and the enthusiasm shown for track
work at their school makes their work
of an eas nature Material comes out
in numbers even roator than can be
handled b the coaches and a scarcity !
of men tor anv event is almost tin- ,
Nebraska is lighting against great '
odds in her track work The student
body has not supported this so called
minor sport as it should and as a re
sult material is dragged out rather than
comes of its own accord.
Against this handicap Coaches Heed
and Stiehm hae made great headway.
With few eterans back from last
year's team, almost an entirely new
squad was to be dwelt with this spring
New men for all events were sought
out, worked into shape and given the
best possible training and coaching b
those who hae made many successful
track teams in past years
Nebraska has a team and a Hist
team. Last Saturday against one of
the teams most feaied in the past, the
Ames Aggies, she put up a fight which
made the meet uncertain till the last
event was oer, losing by a bare seven
points With the experience- which the
as yet untried team gained from this
defeat. Nebraska supporters can ex
pect to see a bard lought meet this
afternoon, with good chances for the
totals favoring Nebraska.
Entries for the Kansas-Nebraska
100-yard dash Nebraska, Reese,
Zuinwinkel, Wherry; Kansas, Crane,
220-yard dash Nebraska, Reese,
Howard, Zumwinkel; Kansas, Hazen,
440-yard dashNebraska Zumwin
kel, Beaer, Mates; Kansas, Davis,
Cissna, Ross, Gribble.
880-yard run Nebraska, Goetze,
Mates, Kubik; Kansas, Patterson,
Mile run Nebraska, Anderson, Ku
bik, McMasters; Kansas, Patterson,
Two-mile run Nebraska, McMas
(ers, Cut'right; Kansas, Edwards, Mai
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Nebraska Has New
Delta Sigma Delta
A new professional fraternity has
been added to the list of other organ
iations at the University. A chapter
ot Delia Sigma Delta, a national den
tal fratcrnitj, was installed yesterday,
b a number of doctors of dental sur-i
gei ot Chicago, Omaha and Lincoln.
The ( battel members are students of
ihc Lincoln Dental College which.
while not a part of the University Is
ne ithelt s. aftilialed with it
The installing officers were Dr. Dit
rneyer, Dr .Morehead and Dr Macon
of Chicago Dr Ditireyer is one of
the lest authorities on ral surgery
and all are pioininent dentists of
Chicago. Tho-;e assisting the install
ing officers were Dr. Wallace, Dr.
Nelson and Dr Marber of Omaha, and
Doctors Vance, Pierce and Humphrey
The doctors all spoke very highly
ol the Unhcrsity and ot the prospects
the depaitnieiit ot dentistry Del-
Ia 'Kia Delta is one ol the oldest
1 4 .i ..i .... i i
""" 1,l""K,'!l1 m-mai ua.ei in. i.-s ami
men of the dental college
'' fortunate m seeming a chapter
The new fraternity held its first
banquet at the Lindell Thursday even
ing Pievious to this the visitors
were taken in automobiles over the
fit and attended the ball game be
tween Lincoln and Omaha The
charter members are as follows
William Neville, Walter H. Minor.
Dale (J. Houlette, Leslie R. Houlette.
Fred Mutz, Y. W Dorwart, Harold II.
Milb-r, M II West fall, James E Fon
da and Donald D Donovan.
"Good morning, ma'am," began the
temperance worker, "Im collecting for
the inebriate's home, and'
"Why, me husband's out," replied
Mrs McGuire, "but if je can find him I
anvwliere ye're welcome to him"
California Pelican I
College Suitor All evening I have I
been waiting to say something to you J
Damsel (in despair) It wasnt good
night, was it ? California Pelican.
Hanky I've had my picture taken.
Panky Got the proofs?
Hanky No, you'll have to take my
word for it Yale Record.
The following students have
filed their applications as can
didates for student member
ship on the athletic board in
accordance with the rules of
competition of said b&ard: A.
M Mallah, Carl Ganz, Warren
H. Howard, R. C Linstrum, J.
L. McMaster, Paul II. Roberts,
I II. Stryker, and Max Towle.
R. C-. CLAIM.
Kansasans Arrive With
Fiendish Hopes of Winning
Yesterday's Postponed Game
The game with the Kansas Univer
sity esterday afternoon was hung
over until today on account of the
niagnilicient downpour of sky Juice
which put the athletic field into r
-,mall lake mote suitable for duel.
hunting than athletics Mut, not with
standing, the postponed game will be
-Trhrvfd fhi tt-ftM'MMM h4 -Umv b41v
The track meet will start two hours
earlie;, theweather and condition of
the grounds permitting
The Kansas aggregation arrived in
the burg yesterday morn with great
hopes of capturing the first game
played between the two great Institu
tions of learning They lay their
stress upon the inability of the Corn
huskeis to hit Mishop, the great Jay
hawker slabsnian, who has pitched
winning ball this season. In the two,
games against Missouri the mighty
ja hawker came out the winner and
won his game against (he Kansas
I he local team have no fears of
the aforesu.d much touted one Mister
Mishop, but are patiently awaiting for
Old Sol to carry off some of the sur
plus moisture. With everything in
tip top shape hlzoner tho umps will
cry "Play Hall" this afternoon at 1
Soph Forresters Visit
Home of the Founder
Of Arbor Day
The sophoiiKie Forrest ers aceoin
parried by a few upper class men ami
Prolessor Morrell spent Thursday at
Nebraska City looking over the vast
Morion estate. Arbor Lodge
This (.state is owned now by thr
heirs of the founder of Arbor Day,
presents ample appurtenances for the
study of tne tree, there being ovei
two hundred varieties on the place
Mr McGirk, the landscape gardener
and can taker, took the forresters
around the grounds and explained to
them practical points in forestry.
Friday the class went to Union,
where they met the field geography
class under Professor Mergslon Thev
will spend the remaining week study-j
ing the rock formations of the Mis
I'hose who made the
trip to Arbor Lodge are: Hays,
Roberts, Abbott, Janouch, Muace, Pal
mer, Home, Forsling, Sleeth, Jensen,
Hummel, Olson and Goodman.
Alpha Zeta announces the follow
ing pledges: R T. Guthrie, Lincoln;
H. P. Roberts. Maxwell. L. A. Hurtt.
Wilsonville; L. A .Townsend, Central
City; W. A. Rockle, Fremont; W. R.
JUNIOR HOP IS BIG EVENT
DANCING, PICNICING, BOATING.
VAUDEVILLE AND OTHER
ATTEMPT TO MAKE NOVEL AFFAIR
Admittance for Less Than Price of
Ordinary Hop Classes Excused
for Those Attend
The Junior Relict committee have
ivPTTnxtTTKrrtFtT brniiiH for -rho-
uist few weeks in seeking rneann
wheicby to make the Junior Hop, tho
dale of which has been set for May
10, not only a Morganlan Institution
that will pay oTf the debt of tho
Junior class so thoioughly as to pro
elude even a murmur thereafter from
that source which so scathingly con
demns student debts, but likewise a
social event that will sate to tho ut
termost (he desire lor pleasure of tho
most radical Eplcuie.
In return for a price of admission
that, is considerably below the prlco
"" ordinary hop, the committee has
tirnintTiwI f it n mvrln1 if ntilnrtnin.
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merits (o start early In the afternoon
on which the juniors who attend tho
hop .ue to be excused from classes
and to continue until the last echo
of the tolling of the midnight curfew
has died away. Picnlcing unrestrained
will be rampant upon (he greeir, boat
ing will be the proper diversion be
tween eats, vaudeville with some real
blackface comedy on tap will be a
source of trouble, in both the after
noon arrd evening in the Casino. A
ball game between the "Wets" and
the "Drys" in the afternoon will bo
brought into actiorr to excite the fans,
while the dance Itself, which is of
fered in addition to tin- numerous
pleasures, will form a delightful finale
to a day ol unrestrained pleasure for
the third year people
The dance hall will not be crowded
by reason ot the new floor space ad
ditional to that used last year which
has been added by reconstructing tho
whole pavilion into a slippery floor.
It is perfectly safe to exploit the
j fact that the Junior Hop will be some
I affair. Neither raitr nor a volcanic
distut trance will lie sullicient to shake
loose the committee from making the
pienic-uaiice a whizzer beyond com-
I In oi'der that only those who attend
I the darrce will be excused from
! classes in ttie afternoon, the commit
! tee has devised a scheme whereby
each person who passes in his ticket
nt the dance ,nay wrlte h,H I,ame and
that of Iris lady companion on tho
back of the ticket and thereby entitle
himself to an exemption from an ab
sent mark in the deserted class. Such
procedure is aLwolutely necessary for,
excuse Tickets are for sale by al-.
most any Junior at the price of $1.
; Erank Grant left yesterday for Kan-
safe City upon business for the Red-path-Hornor
Chautauqua company. .,.
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