The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 13, 1914, Image 1

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VOL. XIII. NO. 90
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 11)14.
Price 5 Cents
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CANDIDATES FILING
P08ITI0N8 FOR CLASS HONORS
CLOSING UP FAST.
HOT OLD FIGHT IS EXPECTED
Bifl Scraps Prophesied in the Senior
and Sophomore Classes Only
One Candidate Out foiw.
Freshman President.
With only a few days loft till elec
tion, candidates and partlBins are In
tho midst of a hot campaign Com
petition Jb especially warm in each
clasB, warmer than for Hom time past.
It aoemB evident that there was little
pre-election selection done, this year
by the fact that In no Instance la there
but one man willing to fill the por
tion. Evidently the machine is not
working well, or there are effective
machines in opposition. From the
number of workers on all sides, it
would seem that everybody had a ma
chino in pretty fair running order
Senior Politics.
In Ihe senior class the warmest
tight in Beveral years is on. Both of
(he candidates are well known, both
'are InnocentB, and both aro fraternity
men. There 1b no line up of "barb"
and "frat." It is a fight botween the
two men and their friends, with no
odds. Lynn Driscoll was the firBt to
announce his Intention of running.
DrlBColl is well known to everybody.
"Stub" haH identified himself with
every line of student activity, except
ing athletics, since his freshman year,
ile managed the Sophomore Hop, tho
first University dance to turn in a
profit. He was master of ceremonios
of the Junior-Senior Prom last year.
DriBColI was elected business manager
of the Daily Nebraskan, after serving
as assistant business manager. He is
captain of Cadet Company "U," and a
member of Phi Kappa Psl fraternity.
No Icbb prominent is his rival, Kos
well Haskell. "Rob" is an athlete. It
is useless to say that he is captain of
the victorious Ilusker team. Haskell
is also one ot Nebraska" star baseball
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VALENTINE PARTY AT
TEMPLE TOMORROW-GIRLS
Black Masques Plan Unique Entertain
ment Attendance Average High.
Up-to-the-minute entertainment of a
live and pleasing variety has apparent
ly been the slogan ot the Black
Masques In arrangiug for the all-University
girls' parties which have
proved to bo such successes
The fifth of the series to be given in
the Temple, Saturday, will be a valen
tine party in honor of the women stu
dents who have entered school this
semester.
The parties given by tho Black
Masques aro well enjoyed in every
way and have some especially attrac
tive features. Each one of tho organi
zation, consisting of thirteen, is re
sponsible for one Saturday's entertain
ment and inviteB other University
girls to help with serving, entertain
ing, and music. In this way no one
iB overburdened by responsibility or
work, while adequate supervision is
assured and a good spirit of comrade
ship and co-operation is created.
Although only live cents admission
has been charged, the parties have
been a financial as well us a social
success. Refreshments for tho four
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ANNUAL MEETING Y.W.G.A.
AT LINCOLN NEXT WEEK
Four Days' Program Banquet at the
Llndell University Girls'
Convention.
Thy Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation of tho University of Nebraska
announces tho following program for
Association Week, February 18-23.
During those days Miss Bertha Conde,
senior studen. secretary for the mi
tional board, will be the gue.st ot the
association She will discu.ss the col
lege women's part in the social awak
ening and her resultant vocational op
porlunities. An invitation to enjoy
Hie inspiration of her talks is extend
ed to all women ot" the Unieisit nnd
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Program.
Thur.sda, Februarv 19. In a in
All-University Girls' Convocation, Me
morial Hall, under the auspices of the
Girls' Club. At 5 p. in Opening Ves
per Service, Templo Theater.
Friday, February 20, 15 to 5 p. m.
College tea, Art Hall.
Saturday, February 21, 12.30 p. in.
Membership and alumnae luncheon,
Llndell Hotel. Plates. 50 cents. At
3 p. in. Reception at tho homo of
Mrs. A. W. Field. 544 South Eeven
teenth street.
Sunday, February 22, 4:30 p. m.
Voaper Service, First Congregational
Church.
OPENING FOOTBALL
GAME 18 ANNOUNCED
To Start the Season's Battles on the
Gridiron by Clash With Washburn.
The Coruhuskors will open their
1914 football season by playing Wash
burn on October 3.
This will be joyful news to all loyal
Nobraskans. Last year Coach Stiehm's
pupils opened with Washburn, and
found them to bo a clean, gentlemanly
bunch of men.
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Former Publisher of Nebraskan Seeks
Injunction.
Christian Kuhl of the Kuhl Printing
company yesterday afternoon obtained
from Judge Stewart of the district
court a retraining order running
against tho board of student, publica
tions of tho University of Nebraska
and the business manager of tho Dally
Nebraskan The order forbids tho de
fendants delivering any copy for tho
I). uly Nebraskan to an) one beside tho
plaint lit", and particularly to the West
ern Newspaper Union They ari also
rest rained from paying or causing to
be paid to anyone other than tho
plaintiff any money for the printing of
tin publication mentioned. Hearing
on the application for a temporary In
junction is set for this afternoon.
DRAKE-NEBRASKA SCORES
OFJfEARS GONE BY
Two Missouri Conference Teams to
Cross Sworda Tonight on
Local Floor.
In 1909 four games were played.
Tho two games on Nebraska floor
wore 39 to 30 and 34 to 12, both in
favor of tho Huskers. The return
games at Dos Moines were both de
feats, 12 to 34 and 15 to 25.
In 1910, all four games were vic
tories, 40 to 14, 2(5 to 6, 20 to 10 and
22 to 13.
There were no games in 1911.
Four games were played in 1912,
which resulted In a clean sweep for
Nebraska, 42 to 24, 35 to 13; the Des
MolneB games 33 to 15 and 40 to 14.
Last year wo again swept clean.
The two games on Nebraska's floor
were 32 to 7 and 24 to 16. On our visit
to Drake, the Huskers won 21 to 4
and 25 to 10.
Drake makes her annual bow to our
boys tonight. What will the result bo
this timoT
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INTER-FRAT BASKET
JALL SCHEDULE
Greeks Will 8tart Annual Boxing
Boxing Matches Tomorrow Mar
quis of Queendbury Rules.
Tho following is the Inter fraternity
schedule-
Division I.
Alpha SlgmajPhi.
February 14 -A. T. X , 1 to 2
February -II T P , C. to 7
February 20 A. T () , (i to 7
February 25 D U , 2 to .!
Fobruary 28 I). X , 1 to L' :fn
March 3--D T. I) , (! to 7
March 7-K S . 11 to 12
Alpha Theta Chi.
February 14 A. S P , 1 to .
Fobruary 18 D. U.. 2 to :i
February 21 D. X., 1 to 2
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February 21 D. T, 1)., 1 to
Fohruury 23-A. T. O., 0 to
February 28 B. T. P., 1 to
Murch 10 K. S., G to 7
Beta Theta Pi.
February 14 A. T. O., 1 to
February 17 A. S. P., G to
Fobruary 23 D. C, 6 to 7.
Fobruary 28 A. T. X., 1 to
March 3 K. S., 6 to 7.
March 51). U.. 0 to 7.
March 10 D. T. D., 0 to 7
Alpha Tau Omega.
February, 14 B. T. P., 1 to
February 17 K. S., G to 7.
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NEW MENTOR CH08EN AT
. N0RTHWE8TERN COLLEGE
Former Yale Star Selected to Coach
Purple Eleven.
Fred J. Murphy, football, buBoball,
and basketball star of Yale, who gradu
ated in 1910, has been chosen to coach
football at Northwestern for the com
ing year.
ATHLETIC RECORDS
HIGH MARKS MADE AT CHARTER
DAY INDOOR MEET8.
THE EVENTS FOR THIS YEAR
Eighth Event Is an Inter-Class Relay
Race Record Breakers Will
Be In Meet Charter
Day, Monday.
On Monday afternoon the annual
Charter Day meot will bo hold In tho
Armon Fight eventH aro upon tho
program Tho ovonts aro glvon bolow
In Uv order-t-hfttr-they wiR-be-rttrt-off :
First evont. 25-yard dash. The roc
onl for this event Is 3 seconds , and is
held by K V. Urannon; Who is tho
present sporting editor of tho Lincoln
Dally Star.
Second event, iolo vault. Tho rec
ord is 11 foot 2 InchoB, which was
made a year ago by A. C. LinBtrum.
He will be n contestant again this
year.
Third evont, 12-pound shot. Record
is 14 feet 7 inches. Thl record 1b
held by Herbort Reese, Btar aprlntor
of the University.
Fourth evont, fence vault. ,SJx fact
HVz inclioH Made by A. B. 2baln in
1909 " '
Fifth evont, high Jump. Blyo feet 9
Inches Made by J. C. Kntodo, 1907,
and Paul Athoa, 1907. .
Sixth event, running high kick
Five feet i) inches. This is fold by
C H. Meyers, and is not only Uni
versity, but a world record. This
M Meyer Ih our "Sevon" Merer fof
basketball fame. The rocord
inane nisi year. i
Seventh ovent, rope climb, 18 feet
high. Time, 0 second 8. Mado by L.
Peck In 1900.
The eighth event is the relay race.
This is an inter-class ovont.
The gymnasium has boon tho scono
of busy training for the- post fow
weeks and keen rivalry is expected in
all the above events for tho places of
honor From tho showing which has
been made by some of the particular
stars. It is expected that there' will bo
something doing in the way of break
up re ords
RUSSIAN PROGRAM GIVEN
AT COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
First Meeting a Success Chancellor
Avery Speaks on Race- Prejudice.
About forty students and tacu,lty
members mot In Music Hall pf tho
Temple last Wodnesday ovonlng to re
organize tho Cosmopolitan Clutn Tho
nations represented wore: 'America,
Annoniu, Bohemia, Germany, India,
Japan, Korea, Russia and Syria.
The movement to reorganize the
club was started by the University
Federation of Church Workers. In
calling the meeting to order, Rov.
Howard stated that tho purpose of Jtho
club was to promote mutual acquaint
ance of the different nationalities, In
school.
As soon as the club Is ablo to hold
regular meetings, each evening will be
given over to a different nationality,
who will bo expected to render a pro
gram characteristic of their nation.
Ab a Baraple, Mr. Felix Newton pre
pared a Russian program for last
Wednesday evening. Mr. Kuenotofon
tof, a former student of St Petersburg
University, and Mlsa Vlasa Storba, a
Bohemian student of this University,
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