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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL XIII. NO. 75 UNIVERSITYOF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914
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SUNDAY STUDENT'S DAY
ALL UNIVERSITIES CHURCH DAY
HELD IN LINCOLN CHURCHES
EXPECTING LARGE ATTENDANCE
Y. M. C. A. and Students Pastors Be
hind Proposition Which has Been
Successful at Other Universities
Tomorrow lias been designated as
"All University Church Day" by the
Y. M. C. A and church when who are
interested in the campus. The event
has been widely advertised, and
churches thruout the city have pre
pared programs and accomodations In
anticipation of a large attendance of
university students. The movement
bus been successfully carried out in
most of the larger universities and
colleges of the country, but this Is the
first trial at Nebraska.
General Secretary Ewing, of the uni
versity Y. M C. A., the four university
pastors, and several committees have
been In charge of the day. In Borne
churches special sermons have been
prepared for student audiences. In
others the regular program will be
The following list of churches', pas
tors and subject has been composed
for the young people who expect to
take part in the "All University
'Church Day "
First Christian Churuch. Four
teenth and M.; Pastor, Rev. H. 11.
Harmon; Subject, "God University."
First Baptist Church. Fourteenth
and K.; University Pastor, Rev. C.
J. Pope; Subject, "The Mind of
East Lincoln Baptist Church.
Twenty-seventh and S.; General Secy.
Uni. Y. M. C. A., R. L. Ewing; Sub
ject, An Address.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
Twelfth and J.; Rector, S. Mills Hayes,
n D.. Subiect. "Transformation of
St. Paul Methodist Church. -Twelfth
and M ; Pastor, Dr. T. W.
Jeffery; Subject, "Is Religion Prod
able. Grace Methodist Church. Twenty
seventh and R.; Pastor, Dr. J. F.
Boeye; Special Student report of
Kansas City Convention.
First Presbyteran Church. Thir
teenth and M.; Acting Pastor, Dr. F.
Stein; Subject, "Spiritual Realities."
Trinity Methodist Church. Six
teenth and A.; Pastor, Rev. E. D.
Hull; Subject, "Leadership."
Second Presbyterian Churuch.
Twenty-sixth and P.; Pastor, B. M.
Long; Subject. "A Reasonable Reli
United Presbyterian Church. Six
teenth and R.; Pastor, Rev. Albert
Gordon; Special Student report of Kan
Unitarian Church!. Twelfth and
H.; Pastor, Rev. A. L. Weatherly; Sub
ject, "Freedom a Continual Achlve
ment." Emmanuel Methodist Church.
Fifteenth and U.; Pastor, Rev. G. W.
McCreery; Subject, Sermon.
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LUMBER MEN RECOMMEND
INSPECTION OF UNI SITES
Question or Removal Should be Set
tled by Intelligent Vote of People,
is Resolution of Association.
The Nebraska Lumber Dealers as
sociation, in session in the city, went
on record yesterday as favoring the
settlement of the University removal
proposition only after the voters have
actually investigated the question
They emphasized the importance of
the question and expressed themselves
as being averse to having it taken up
lightly in the initiative vote which
comes next fall.
Their recommendation in brief stat
ed that "Nebraska voters should ac
quaint themselves with the exact sit
uation relative to university removal
by making a personal inspection of
the present and the proposed sites of
the institution. This resolution was
passed at the closing meeting of thelw,l,c'h """"1 facilities equal to those
series, which have been held during
the past week at the Lincoln hotel.
The question of removal has come
up for discussion several times dur
ing the meeting of the Association.
The lumber men however, preferred
to emphasize the importance of the
question to the educational interests
of the state rather than to go on re
cord as for or against removal.
THOSE PICTURES ARE DUE SOON
Cornhuskers Managers Patiently Wait
ing For Some But Patience
is Going Fast.
Cornhuskers pictures must be in be
fore January 24th. Else those who
desire the reproduction of their p'nys
lognomies in the 19H volume and ire
tardy about having the pictures taken
will find out that the book awaits for
no one, like time and tide, the Corn
husker waits for no stude.
The busines manager of the Corn
husker states that the orgarizations
must also have thefi pictures in be
before the 15th of February. This
means tluu tne said organizations
must make their appointment with
Townsend as soon as possible. This
picture proposition must be attended
to according to the authorities and
the quicker the better, Just one
month remains in which organizations
The pictures of the juniors and
seniors are coming in rapidly, espec
ially during the past week. There are
still some who think they have plenty
of time in which to attend to the mat
ter. This call is for those tardy ones.
All University Girls' Party January
17, 3 to 5 P. m.
A party for all university girls will
bo held in Music hall in the temple,
Saturday afternoon, January 1J, from
3 to 5. The managers ask all to
bring crocheting or needle work if
desired. For the less industrious
more frivolous amusements are being
planned to get all acquainted with Hie
other girls. An admission of 5c each
will be charged to defray expense for
NEW MEDIC BUILDING
A MODEL OF ITS KIND
Ranks High In Equipment and Teach
ing Staff Final Bills for Con
struction Paid Off.
Superintendent C. 10. Chowins was
in Omaha Thursday straightening out
Cnal business matters with Contrm tor
J. II. Hart, who built the new medical
college building. Supt. Chowins
( he Kcd over the accounts and paid
the final estimate on the construe Hon
work at this time. The payment of
this last estimate brings the cost ol
the building, exclusive of plumbing,
healing and wiring, to $77,!)f8. The
( st of the building completed will
total close to $1 10,000.
The building, according to Superin
tendent Chowins, in a model of Its
kind. It Is an entirely fireproof struc
ture of four stories. Its equipment Is
of the latest and most approved type
of the largest and best schools.
The college was thrown open to the
students last September. Although an
official report of their number is not
at hand about one hundred "medics"
are registered for this semester.
RUTHERFORD'S INJURY MAY
WEAKEN CORNHUSKER TEAM
Nebraska's Star Guard Out of Game
for Two Weeks Cripples Pro
posed Line-uup in Cotner Game
Dick Rutherford Is out of the game
for at least a month. He injured his
right shoulder while engaged in gym
nastic work tills week, and will not
npear in basketball togs again before
With the loss of Nebraska's star
right guard. Coach Stiehm is facing
another problem. He has plenty of
good material for the guard positions,
but even the loss will be felt keenly.
As the time for the Cotner game
draws closer and closer, the coach
look more and more dubious. The
Cotner bull dogs have a strong line
up this year, and they will undoubt
erly show up well tonight against the
crippled Cornhuskers. In Rutherford's
absence, Warren Howard will pro
bably be called upon to fill the posi
tion of right guard.
THE BLACK MASQUES ENTERTAIN
Senior Society Holds Open House for
All University Girls this
An all-university girls party will be
given by the Black Masques at the
Temple this afternoon from 3 to 5.
Tills is the first of a series of parties
to be given on Saturday afternoons
and affords an opportunity for the
girls to get together for music, dancing
and an Informal good time.
Buck at Convention.
Professor P. M. Buck will speak on
Galsworthy and Bennett at convoca
M. V. RUIM ON CARPET
CONFERENCE OFFICIAL8 MEET
MONDAY TO SETTLE QUES
TION OF FOREIGN GAMES.
MISSOURI AND K. U. REQUESTING
That Annual Game to be Played in
Kansas City Decision Will Affect
The proposition of allowing Missouri
valley football games to be played In
other than college towns will come
to a head In Lincoln next Monday nt
a conference of the presidents and
governing boards of the valley. The'
matter has been agitated for some
time. It is being furthered by Mis
souri and Kansas, who are said to bo
desirous of staging their next annual
game In Kansas City. Should their
request be granted, It Is possible that
Omaha will ask for one of the Import
ant game of next year's Nebraska
This meeting Is participated In by
the heads and governing bodies of
the instltutons represented lu the con
ference, and has nothing to do with
the semi-annual meetings of the fac
ulty representatives. Eight or nine
men will be In attendance. Those who
have already signified their intention
of being present are Prof. W. E.
McCourt of Washington university.
President E. T. Hackney of Kansas
state board of education and adminis
tration, President Raymond A. Pear
son of Ames, Vice President E. W.
Stanton of Ames, and Chancellor
Avery of the University of Nebraska.
Several important matter will come
up for consideration, but tho matter
of foreign football games Is recelv
Ing the most attention.
OWEN DAILY TO COACH
Club Will start Work Next Week
Under Direction of Champion
Owen Dally, champion lightweight
wrestler of Nebraska, Iowa and Cana
da, will this year coach the university
wrestling club. He was appointed by
Dr Clapp yesterday on recommenda
tion of the club and last year's team,
and will begin his duties at once.
Daily Is considered one of the fast
est wrestlers in the west. In the 400
matches in which he has participated
he has lost lesB than fifty. He has
thrown such men as Walter Keegan
and Ross Robinson, until now his
claims are undisputed. He was born
and raised In Nebraska and has made
Lincoln his home for some time past.
The wrestling club will work next
week in active preparation for the
Movies Invade Museum.
Dr. Condra 1b taking moving pic
tures of museum specimens. This
will be shown In one of the geography
classes next semester and also at the
annual meeting of the conservation society.
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