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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1913)
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Vol. XH. No. 147
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913
Trice, 5 Cents
Movies to be taken of
Campus and Students this
Morning From 1 1 to 12
Various Colleges, with Students Grouped About,
Panoramic Views, Faculty, Regimental Pa
rade, Review; Stiehm's Huskies at Work on
Nebraska Fiehb -
Put on jour best smile this morn
tng and look pleasant tor the "movie'
man will get you if you don't watch
out. From 11 to 12 o'clock the cam
era will sweep the entire campus,
picturing eery detail and beauty
spot Inside the Iron fence, Including
the stains on the Chem building and
the fuBsers on the old '06 bench. .A
tail platform, 15 or 20 feet high will
be constructed in front of the sun
dial for a panoramic view of the quad
and buildings facing on it and a mov
ing platform of similar height will
be" moved from one point of interest
on the campus to another, photogra
phing the main buildings and catch
ing the students in characteristic
poses. To do this it is absolutely
necessary that each and every stu
dent be on or about the campus and
ready to follow the directions given
In order that I he students may take
part in the moving pictures of the
campus this morning all 11 o'clocK
classes will be excused. In dismiss
ing classes the Chancellor said, "It
is requested that both the faculty and
students remain on the campus dur
ing that hour and observe the pro
gram above mentioned." The Inno
cents will have direct charge of the
ceremonies and will direct the stu
dents in taking their places about
Schedule of Pictures.
In photographing the campus and
buildings this morning the following
schedule will be observed:
1 11 a. m. Panoramic view of
quad and buildings facing it. Camera
on platform In front of sun-dial.
Students on benches and moving
2 11:05 View of Law building
from north end of library.
Law students en masse in front of
3 11: 10 Campus, University hall,
and Memorial hall with parade) of
cadets and band issuing from west
end of Memorial hall. Cadets will
fall in at 11 promptly. The second
and third battalions on Twelfth
streets and the First in the Armory.
4 11:15 View of Athletic field
with Jumbo Stiehm's athletes in
uctual work-out and a review of tho
.5 11:20 Panorama of Library,
State Championship of
H. S. Debating League
To be Decided Tonight
Best Platform Men of Twelve District Chan pious Meet k
Memorial Hall With Seven Minutes Each for Presenta
tion of Commission Government.
Physics hall and campus from south
corner of carpenter shop. Students
6--ll:25 View of Mechanical En
gineering building from west steps
of "U" hall. Engineering studenU
grouped in front of building.
7 11:30 Panorama from north
end of "U" hall, including power
house. Mechanics Arts, Nebraska
hall, Greenhouse and Museum. Stu
dents going to classes.
8 -'11:40 Panoramic view from
Tempie including the entire Univer
sity groundb and students streaming
along walks and out of gates, leav
911:45 Faculty and all bdmlnr
istrative officers in front of Tempio
or at east end of Administration
building depending on weather and
light. Students look on.
This concludes the program for the
morning. In the afternoon a picture
of the Temple will be taken from the
southeast corner of the campus. The
camera will be mounted shortly be
fore one and will show tho students
thronging to their 1 o'clock classes.
Life at the Agriculture college
will be snapped from 1 to 1.30 and
will include the campus, buildings
and stock judging. A similar ar
rangement will be made as to classes
and Dean Burnett urges every Ag
student to be present
Saturday the High school track
meet on the athletic field will be
photographed, weather permitting.
Since teams from all over the state
will compete and a large crowd at
tends these games, the movie-men
are particularly anxious to secure a
Much Depends on Students.
Dr. Condra who is arranging the
tour about the University and who is
in direct charge of the "settings"
says that the success of the pictures
depends laigely on the students and
their attitude in following the direc
tions of the photographers. Tho films
will be sent over the middle west
and some eastorn states and it is de
sired to make them as nearly repre
sentative of Nebraska University and
Nebrabka spirit as manifested in her
buildings as possible. To do this the
students must enter Into the work
wholeheartedly, follow all directions
and above all act perfectly natural
and not look directly into the camera.
NEBRASKA HIGH SCHOOL DEBATING LEAGUE. 8TATE CHAMPION
SHIP DEBATER8, 1913.
ROBERT W. WARING, MAIUUS CIIRISTENSEN,
Central District. Northwestern District.
ERMA E. NELSON, CARL DILLER,
Nebraska City. Fairbury.
Eastern District. Southern District. yl
LEONARD W. TRESTER, CLOUD ELLIS,
EastfCentral District. Southeastern District.
PULIUS D. CRONIN, EDWARD W. PETTYGROVE, -
Northern District. Southwestern District.
LLOYD C. BLACKMAN. GLADYS LEE TOMPKINS, J
Madison. Kearney. $
North-Central District. Western District. '
ALFRED REESE, LELAND R. WATERS,
Randolph, v. Broken Bow. jj
Northeastern District. West-Central District.
Not the least important of the Day one of the most gala of Unlvor- ,i
events that make High School Fetejslty occasions will be the state cham- J
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