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VOL. XIII. NO. 92
CUTER OUT MEET
TENDERS HIS RESIGNATION
Call of the Ranch Life Deprives Ne-
SMALL CROWD ATTENDS ANNUAL . ra . a - nnntr:irc,rr to
INTER-CLASS CONTEST. Fi Po8ltion.
POLE VAULT WAS THRILLER
No Records Brokon "Seven" Meyers
Geta Away With Three Firsts
Sophomores Win the
Before a small crowd the animal
Charter Day Athletic Moot wns held
yeRterday afternoon in Memorial Hall
Tho first event a 25-yard dash
was won by Herbert Reese Although
no record was broken, there was a
lively tUBRle to Bee who would win
Roobo performed Hteadlly. He won
tho third trial heat, the second semi
final heat and the race. Zumwinkel
llnlRhed second and Wherry third
Krune ran a close fourth.
1 25-Yard Dash. Record, .'! sec
ondB E. W. Hrannon, '11.
Irellmlnarie8 First heat' -lv Irwin.
2 Koefe 3 Wherry 4 Llpman
Winner, Irwin; second, Wherry
Time, S.l seconds
Second heat: 1. Kruse. 2. Long. .1
O'Brlan. 4. Miller. Winner, O'Brlan;
second, KruBO. Time, 3.2 seconds.
Third heat- 1. Itasmussen 2.
leering. 3. Southwlck 4 Reese.
Winner, Reese; second, Deering
Time, 3.1 seconds.
Fourth heat- 1 Zumwinkel 2.
Scott. 3. Purney Winner, Scott;
second, Zumwinkel Time, 3 1 seconds
Semi-finals, 25-jard dash -First
heat: Wherry, first, Kruse,
second. Time, 3.1 seconds.
Second heat. Reese, 1st, Zumwin
kel, second. Time, 3 2 seconds.
Final, 25-yard dash Reese won;
Zumwinkel, second, Wherry, third
Time, 3.2 seconds.
Tho pole vault was a thriller Only
three men tried for tho honors. All
tied at eleven feet On the flip for
places, Frank Iteavis won first;
Doodle Roavls. second, and Linstrum
won third. All of the men tried for
eleven feet six inches. Every man
juBt "missed by a hair's breadth
2Pole Vault. Record, 11 feet 2
ineheB A. (' Linstrum, '13
1. Linstrum 3 1) Reavis T F
Herb Reese won the shot put with a
heave of 43 feet 7 inches. "Seven"
Mcyors placed second, 42 feet tj'j
inches. O'Brlan third, 41 feet !,
O'Brian Is a treshman and will
make a valuable man on the 1 i 1 7
track team this spring.
3 12-Pound Shot Put. Record, 44
teet 7 inches Herbert Reese, '13
1. Rosb. 2 Kruse. 3 Long 4
O'Brlan. 5. Meyers (i Corey 7
"Seven'1 Meyers won the fence
vault with a pull up of (I feet t! Inches.
He tried for a record at 5 feet 9 inches
and Just missed out Ho went over
and the enthusiastic fans let up a
howl of delight. Their glee took a
sudden drop when Referee Koarns
ruled it a -miss. Southwlck won sec
ond and Flansburg third.
4 Fence Vault. Record 6 feet 8Vj
inches A. B. Chain, '09.
1'. Sonthwick. 2. Meyers. 3. Flans
burg. "Seven" Myora captured tho high
jump with a gentle step of 5 feet 2
inches. . Kruae was Becond and
"Clint" Robb third.
5 Running High Jump. Record, 5
foot 9 Inches Paul Athes, '07 J. C.
Mr Edwin Rutledge, who has been
registrar of the University for the last
two and' a naif years, has submitted
his resignation to the Hoard of Re
gents at its meeting yesterdav after
noon The resignation is to take
effect on April 1 Vancil K Greer,
assistant registrar, was appointed to
succeed Mr. Rutlodge
Mr Rutledge has been connected
with the registrar's office for a good
many years He served as assistant
registrar under P .1 Harrison fiom
August, l'jOS. to September, ID11, when
he was appointed registrar on account
of tho resignation of Mr Harrison
He graduated from the University in
1909 Mr Rutledge is a member of
the Alpha Theta Chi and Phi Alpha
Tau, an honorary public speaking fra
During Mr. Rutledge's tenure of
office the registration system has been
developed to its present state. Mr.
Rutledge also made it possible for the
freshmen to secure their registration
assignments by mall, thus cutting
down the time required to register
considerably Investigators from tho
neighboring state schools have com
mended the registration system hero
as one of tho best developed and satis
factory systems in tho United States.
Mr. Rutledge also had the publica
tion of tho university bulletins and
catalogues in charge. Ho Inaugurated
tho plan of publishing tho catalogues
in Juno instead of publishing thorn In
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FINAL LIST OF CANDIDATES IS
FILED WITH REGISTRAR.
BIG SCRAP IS ON FOR TODAY
Few Prospective Candidates Fail to
File at Last Minute No Dark
Horses Fight In the
GIRLS' MASS MEETING
AT CONVOCATION TODAY
Girls' Quartet to Appear Special
Rally to BooBt Basketball
mass meeting Indus at
MID-WINTER EXERCI8E8 AT 8T.
PAUL'8 CHURCH LA8T NIGHT.
HUSKERS TAKE DOUBLE
HEADER FROM DRAKE
Nebraska Champions Swamp the Bull
dogs In First Conference
Drake was completely swamped in
the basketball games with Nebraska
last Friday and Saturdav Our bos
had it on the Bulldogs in every de
partmout except free-goal throwing
Captain Tupper of the Bulldogs made
14 goals out of 22 free chances No
braska made 1 out of 8 chances
The first game was slow the first
half, as Coach Stielun did not have
Hugg and Rutherford in the line up.
Tho Becond half was much faster with
these two men In the game Dick
brought the crowd to its feet several
times His defensive play is such as
has seldom been seen on the home
floor. The team this year seomB to be
so well balanced that it is difficult to
pick out stars. Eucb man on tho
team played a spectacular game and
another championship will not sur
prise tho Btudents who havo seen tho
team In action.
Tho second game was faster than
tho first, but tho Bulldogs were out
classed completely. They mado but
two field goals during tho whole gama.
After the regulars put the game on the
shelf, Jumbo swamped tho floor with
Bubs. Dick and Ross again displayed
their skill in tho art. Hawkins played
a good game and was tho only ono
played the whole period. Hugg also
played a fast game and during his
short period in the game made the
The lollowing is a list ol the oandl
dates as filed with the Regis! r.u
Innocent, Captain Company "D, '
Chairman Sophomoie Hop, Business
Manager Dallv Nebraskan. Phi Kappa
Innocent, Captain Nebraska Basket
ball Team. Chairman Cornhusker Ban
(uet, Delia Upsilon
Ivy Day Orator
Phi Delta Phi, Senior Law. Acacia
Alternate Intercollegiate Debate,
President of Class, Phi Alpha Tau. In
nocent, Alpha Thota Chi.
Class football, Captain class basket
ball, Chairman Junior Prom, FlrBt
Lieutenant Company "E," Komonsky
Club, Silver Lynx
Track team, General Secrotary Y M
C. A. at Farm, Chairman Y. M. C A
finance committee, ClaBB football.
Olympic committee, ClasB debato,
Debating squad, Phi Alpha Tau, Phi
Leon W. Samuelson
Dally Nebraskan (1912), Engraving
Editor 1913 Cornhusker, Junior Man
aging Editor 1914 CornhiiBker, Kos
met Klub, "Ye Chroniclers," Bushnoll
tlulld, Sigma Nu, Inter-fraternlty Ath
Football team, 1913, Alpha Sigma
Junior Managing Editor.
Class delx ting, alternate inter-collegiate
debating, Phi Alpha Tau, Delta
Tau Delta, Cornhusker staff, 1914.
Associate Editor Daily Nebraskan,
Chairman Freshman Hop, Mandolin
Club, Contributor to 1913 Cornhusker,
Alpha Thota Chi.
Beta Theta Pi, ClaBs football, Hop
Marcus L. Poteet
Olympic committee, Assistant Busi
ness Manager Awgwan
Varsity freshman football, Alpha
11 3d is to be a rall in the interest
of (he Inter class basketball tourna
men! which comes off Friday evening,
February 20 The program is going
to lie splendid and somewhat unusual
A quartet of leading songsters of the
school Is preparing new nuinbeis in
honor of the occasion Four repre
Hentalives ol the classes are compos
ing songs and cheers for their teams
.Mrs Kavmoud is going to conduct an
rmtvontng" rrnrtrrton or rhn corn
liusker The faculty speakeis will tell
how it used to be, how it will be, and
give prophesies of how it will he In
the coming tournament
The feminine members of the Dra
matic Club had expected to give "How
the Ballot Was Won" as a special
feature for tho CiirlB Convocation, but
unforseen difficulties have required a
postponement of this production
Bosb Rogers will bo tho cheer leader.
Tho speakers will bo as follows- Miss
Graham, Miss Beghtol, Helen Carroll,
Virginia Leltch, Esther Bennett,
Helen SoreiiBon. Tho class teams and
captalnB will occupy a prominent place
on tho platform. Tho captains are
Freshman, Ernestine Linborg; riopho
mores, Luclle Ix'jda; Juniors, Murio
Clark, seniors, Gertrude Vandrlel.
Tho purpose of this rully is to arouse
enthusiasm for the tournament, which
will be held Friday, February 20
FORTY-FIVE DEGREES GIVEN
Exceptionally Large Class to Depart
from Nebraska Architect Hodg
doriGlves Lecture on "Col
INJUNCTION SUIT AGAINST
Efforts to Put Rag Out of Business
Unsuccessful Damage Suit
N. P. Hanson of the School of Phar
macy has Just returned from Colum
bus, Ohio, where he attended the Na
tional Convention of the Phi Delta
Chi, tho honorary pharmaceutical fra
ternity. He was furthered honored by
being elected grand treasurer of tho
organization. This fraternit) was
established at Nebraska in 1902, and
is only found In universities of high
After an interruption of one issu,
tho Dally Nebraskan again resumes
publication. Judge Stewart of the
District Court denied the application
of tho Kuhl Printing Company last
Saturday for a temporary injunction
to restrain the publication of the Ne
braskan at any printing office except
Kuhl alleges that he has a contract
with the officials of tho Nebraskan for
a year's contract, and sought specific
performance on thla alleged agree
ment. At the beginning of the second
semester the business management
ordered tho copy taken to the West
ern Newspaper Union, where the
"Rag" has been issued for the past
two weeks. Tho defendants to the
suit denied that there was any con
tract and assert that they had a right
to change printers.
All the members of tho Publication
Board were HUinmont( ' alao tho
business management ner a sub
mission of testimony v-Rtlh sides,
the court held that the matter of a
contract was very uncertain and that
the plaintiff had an adequate remedy
at law without tho tiBe of an Injunc
tion. Tho writ was thereforo denied.
The case is expected to come to
trial next month. With the succ sful
meeting of this barrier the manage
ment of tho Daily Nebraskan claim
that nothing will interrupt tholr pub
lication In tho future and that their
subscribers may expect a bigger and
better paper than ever.
The annual mld-wlntor graduation
exercises or tho University of Ne
braska were hold at tho St. Paul's
Church last night. Forty-flvo dogrooB
nnd six military commissions wore
conferred by Cnncollor Avery upon an
exceptionally largo graduating class.
The evening program Wa& TlHTot
Music, Andante Cnntnbllo, Tschal
kowsk.v , E J Walt, first violin; Mrs.
August Molzer, second violin; W. T.
Quick, viola, Lillian Elcho, 'collo.
Invocation by tho chaplain, Rev.
Frederick Amea Stuff.
Canzonet ta, MondolBSohn.
AddroBB, "College Architecture," by
Conferring of dogroes by Chancollor
Presentation of military commis
Mr CharloB Hodgdon, University
architect, gave an illustrated address
on "College Architecture." Views of
buildings on tho Yalo, Harvard, Colum
bia, Minnesota, Princeton and other
campuses were shown. Princeton was
represented as hovlng somo of tho
finest school buildings and grounds in
the United States. Campus plans of
some of tho western unlvorsltloB, such
as Chicago, Minnesota, Illinois and
Wisconsin, were shown. Thoir good
and poor points were brought out in
comparison with tho seven different
proposed planB for a Nebraska
campus. Plans have boon prepared
for separate By Cand Farm campuses,
for an extended Farm campus, for an
extended City campiiB with Twolfth
street closed, as-well as a plan witfi
Twelfth street left open.
The following are tho students who
Bachelors of Arts.
Jeanne Allen, Valparaiso; Susie
Helen Baker, Lincoln; Arthur Blaino
Ballah, Norfolk; Franklin Wayne
Coons, Osmond; Paul Christopher
Gelssler, Colorado Springs; Eleanor.
Mary Lally, Milwaukee, Wis.; Char
lotto Marlon Learning, Lincoln; Adah
Marion Lonnokor, Madison; Grant
liOthrop, Blair; Clarence EdiBon Mil
ler, Lincoln; Charles Kennedy Morse,
Lincoln; Olivia Zoo Sturdevant, Lln
coln; Jeannotte Estollo Sublette, Ne
braska City; Clyde Samuel Thomas,
Lincoln; Louisa Volla Walker, Cedar
Bluffs; Harriot Minerva Wyman,, Lin
coln; Charles Lewis Yochunf, Tal
mage. Bachelors of Science. ,
Ruth O'Brien, Lincoln, and SuBanne
Ring Parsons, Lincoln.
Bachelors of 8clence.
Elmer LeRoy Anderson, Lincoln, in
electrical engineering; Paul John Can
noll, Lincoln, in civil engineering;
Harry Edwin Cotton, Kearney, in civil
engineering; Melvin Ericson, Stroms
burg, In electrical engineering; Ros
coo Conklin Jenkins, SL Michael, in
electrical engineering; Roy Walker
Moore, Seward, in mechanical en
gineering; Theodore Carl Peterson,
Beatrice, In civil engineering; Lewis
Sheridan Phares, Red Cloud, in oloo-
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