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Vol. XU. No. 149
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913
Trice, 5 Cents
ON WITH THE MERRY DANCE
WITH BIG PREPARATIONS, PAN
HEL TOMORROW NIGHT PROM
ISES GREAT ENJOYMENT
Many classy dates still open
Although Large Number Are Planning
to Attend, Getting a Swell
Girl Is Not Yet
Tomorrow night comes Pan-Hel. In
past years thu dance has been the
culmination or Hit; social yuar and alt
ye swell dumes and speedy fuBsers
are anticipating the affair with many
.and great preparations. Dates for this
dance have been a minus quantity for
.many weeks at several sorority houses
but the big secret which escaped yes
terday !s that a number of the class
Jest ferns on the campus are open for
persuasion. Late dates for Pan-Hel
.are never turned down, for what
:naiden fair would enjoj a lonely vigil
by the fireside when an opportune man
The Auditorium is the place, the
time eight-thirty and the girl is the
"best." Tiaditlon demands that new
ly acquired fraternity pins bo dis
played by at leust 50 per cent of the
membership of the sororities on this
eventful night and according to in
dications to date, tradition will gain
a gracelul victory this year. A local
jeweler displayed yesterday fifteen of
thebe jeweled pledges in the process
of being cleaned before their use to
morrow ; othrs report various num
bers almost as large Mothers, care
for your daughters Friday night.
Bill Haley and Frank Long are in
charge and thej promise the Greeks
an extra fine line of entertainment,
music and meats. Novelties will be
the rule all evening and two dollars'
worth of solid classic joy will bo in
,cuded with each ticket. Get your date
this morning and cull Bill this noon
about the ticket.
D. Us Defeat A. T. 0s--Score
7 to 4-Sig Alps Take
On Sigma Nu's, 16 to 2
The Delta Upsilons went down to
defeat in a hard fought battle with
the Alpha Tau Omegas Monday by a
score of 7 to 4 The feature of the
game was the excellent fielding oi
Owens who made several brilliant
pla:. s. The score-
A. T. 0 10 12 0 3
D U 0 3 0 0 10
lotteries A. T. O., Neighbors and
Orlfiwnld: P. II.. Thompson and Shoe
maker. In a farcial contest of five frames
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon baseball
team took the Sigma Nu aggregation
for an awful cleaning by a tally of
16 to 2. The game was marked by
the heavy hitting of the Sig Alps and
especially the homer by Big Seven
Mjcrs. The field was in a veiy muddy
condition which hindered fast fielding.
Batteries S. A. E , Grim, Myers and
Shaw; S. N., Yochum, Cook and Pat
terson; umplie, Reed.
Freshman Ball Team
Defeats N. M. A. Diamond
Artists-Score 13 to 8
Seniors Give Dance Pro
nounced by Many to be
One of Year's Best
The Senior hop was held Tuesday
night in thj Auditorium in place ol
tho Beach becnuse of the heavy raiu.
About cue hundred couples were pres
ent and the floor was almost too ample
for the crowd. Classy refreshments
were on tap all evening and the party
was pronounced by many to be one
of the best infcrmals of the year. Ralph
Smith and Frank Long acted as chair
man and master of ceremonies respectively.
The Freshman baseball team under
the tutelege of Captain Patterson,
journeytd out to the Nebraska Mili
tary Academy last Monday and took
the boldler bos Into camp by a score
of 13 to 8. The game was a seven
inning affair and was marked by the
heavy flitting of the freshmen who
lattened their batting averages off
the offerings of Barber and Daniels.
Angel, shortstop, secured three hits
and a walk in four trips to the plate.
Hugg secured a homer in the first
trame and Gardiner also clouted the
ball for four bases in the seventh
Sides pitched three good innings for
the freshmen and was then relieved
by Hugg, wh also did good work.
Freshmen 2 1 3 2 1 2 2
N. M. A 0 0 3 3 10 1
Batteries Freshmen, Sides, Hugg
and Patterson; N. M. A., Barber, Dan
iels and Anderson.
Track Meet Arouses
Fast Races Pulled Off
Athletics occupied the greater part
of yesterday afternoon's program out
lined by the Ivv Day committee. The
annual ball game between the Spikes
and Sphinx was played and the Ivy
i)a traci; and field meet was also held.
The Sophomores seemed to have the
advantage in nearl eery event and
captured the meet by an extra large
number of points. The Freshmen
made a vry creditable showing in
At O'naha tonight tho University of
Nebraska Medical College will hold
their annual commencement, graduat
ing nine full fledged M. D.'s. Dr.
Frank Crune will deliver tho address
'f the evening and Dean Wolcott will
presluu. AIr.:t the entire medical
college went to Omaha yesterday to
inspect tho hospitals of the city and
to httend tho commencement erer-ciscs.
nevernl of the events and proved ihai
the coaches have good material for
The time in all of the events was
rather slow due to the soft condition
of the track from the late excessive
rains. The great surprise of the day
A'as the failure of Goetze, 'varsity
liair-miler. to place in that event.
Goetze led the race from the start
but was unable to stand the fast pace
and lost tho race at the finish. In
the 220 hurdles Bittlngcr, a frebhman.
led all of the way until the last ob
bt ruction over which he tripped, being
a very pretty and well deberved race
In the broad jump Wiley made several
jumps hoveling about the 23-foot mark
and he also won the high jump at a
height of 5 feet 8 Inches
100-yard dash Reese, first; Zum
winkle, second; Howard, third.
220 yard dash Zumwlinkle, first;
Reese, second; Howard, third.
110-yard dash Zumwlnklo, first,
Beaver, .second, Bates, third.
880-yard run McMaster, first; Ku
bik, second, Strlbllng, third.
High hurdles Lindstrum, first;
Goetze, seccond; Nafgiger, third.
Low hurdles Roberts, first; Naf
j.iger, second; Bittlnger, third.
Mile run Anderson, first; McMas
ter, second; Diers, third.
Shuttle race Sophomores, first;
Seniors, second; Juniors, third.
Half mile relay Sophomores, first;
Poie vault Reavis, fiist; Lindstrum,
second; Hansen, third.
Broad jump Wiley, first; Meyers,
second; Ross, third.
High jump Wiley, first; Reese, sec
and; Reavis, third.
LEADERS FOR 1914 CHOSEN
THIRTEEN JUNIOR8 OF BOTH
SEXES ARE ANNOUNCED BY
BLACK MASQUE AND IN
CEREMONY IS VERY IMPRESSIVE
Will Take On Much Responsibility
and Duty With New Honors Two
Are Absent From Camp
Thirteen leading Juniors were an
nounced vestorday nfternoon as the
Senior Invitations are expected the
first of next week. Announcements
may be ordered by telephoning C. L.
The Peru Club will meet Saturday
evening, Muy 24, with Professor and
Mrs. Brownell, 2G27 P street
All gymnasium suits and shoes must
be removed from the women's locker
room bv Friday. May 23. Clothing
left will he confiscated by tho Uni
versity. Arrangements for storing
suits may bo made with Mrs. Pierce
before the above date. ' A charge of
twenty-five cents will bo made for this
care. Ina E. Glttlngs.
Innocents for next year. TTtohtj hi
elude the editors of tho Dally No
braskan and Cornhusker for next year,
an associate editor for tho Dally Ne
braskan, the captain of the 1913-14
basketball team, prominent officers In
the cadet regiment, debaters, and tho
first and second Homester presidents
of this year's Junior class. Those
chosen weru presented to the student
body betntt the entrance to the ltt
rarj by the outgoing InnocentB and
were rworn to their trust by Pro
fessor Condra, who delivered a short
exhortation. The thirteen were Morril
. Heed of Lincoln; Ray Smith of
Llnfoln; John Culright of Lincoln;
Clarke DicMnson of Lincoln; Samuel
Gntlln ot Boise, Idaho; Harvey Hess
of Hebron; William Kavan or Omaha;
Richard Lyman of Fort Crook; Ros
well Haskell of Lincoln; Gordon Beck
of Peru, and Lewellyn T. Hklnner of
'I he ceremony of picking these lead
ers for next year was an ImpfeBslvo
affair, the Innocents of the past year,
distinctively marked by their red
robes, wandering hero and there about
the campus in search of their man.
As each was found he was tapped on
the bhoulder and conducted to the
library steps. Lnfortunately two of
those chosen v-ere not on the campus,
their names being merely announced.
In the morning the Senior honorary
girls' society Black Masque picked
their girls in a like manner, masking
each and ascorting them to thelibrary
steps where the presentation was
mude. Those chosen were Valeria
Bonnell of Lincoln; Elizabeth Mason
of Beaver City, Glads Bunt of Fro
monl; Florence Malone of Lincoln;
Elizabeth Scott of Ashland; Geraldlno
Gray of Columbus; Marlon Pettis of
Lincoln; Elizabeth Rogers of Ran
dolph; Mabel Daniels of Banccroft;
Charlotte Learning of Lincoln; Amy
Armstrong of Syrucuse; Eima Maovo
of Lincoln; Phyllis Neligh of West
Delta Chi defeated the Silver Lynx
ball team yesterday in a hard fought
ganje by a score of 8 to 7. Batteries
Delta C'iJ, King, Armstrong and Kry
ger; Silver Lynx, Wagner, Christie
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