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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1914)
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INDIVIDUAL BA8KETBALL REC0RD8
February 22, 1914.
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4 Shields 1 3 9 1 8 2 4
f- Tholson 3 2 4 2 1 1 5 7 .416
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1 Finloy 1 6 If) 9 6 5 3
2 Myers 2 12 24 19 5 12 5 8 14 .363
I MnwkinH 2 13 27 10 17 16 f 0 2 .000
2- Howard .... 5 8 14 R 8 5 7
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Haskell . . .. 16 53 14 39 1!) 13
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Hawkins 15 22 15 7 27 12
Howard 1 1 1 0 4 0
Myers 2 2 64 3 0
AMES AT NEBRASKA
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Will Make Effort to Revengo Late De
feat Season Tickets Accepted.
A tiKMi comes to Lincoln at the end
of this week lor two Ramea of basket
ball with tho CornhuakerH. The
Ramos will be played on Friday and
Saturday nights. Season tickets are
accented at those Raines.
These two Raines will be tho last of
The Cornhuskora have played live
Missouri Valley Raines and have a per
DEAN BESSEY TO
MAKE WESTERN TRIP
Will Visit With Nebraska Grads To
Study Cactus Forms of
Doctor Hesse) will leave Lincoln
next Saturday morning for Arizona,
where ho will study tho plant life of
the desert roRlon In-that state. The
doctor rocs by way of Denver to Tuc
son, where tho State University of
Arizona Is located Here ho expects
to seo many of the ex-Nebroakans who
aro touching in t ho University The
professor of botan) at Arizona Univer
sity is u formei student of Dr. Bessey's
and a graduate of Nebraska.
Tho desert botanical laboratory Is
located in Tucson. Doctor Bessey is
roIiir for tho nurooso of studying the
work that is being dono in this labora-1
tory. Cactuses and other dry plants
aro thoso that Doctor Bessey wishes
especially to study. Ho has never had
occasion to study these plants. A
knowledge of tho cactsues and desert
flora can bo gotton at the University,
T)ut nowhere else.
Although the real purpose of tho
trip is ono of study, Doctor Bossey has
chosen a route which will offer tho
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WashlnRton 9 9 0
Idaho 9 7 2
V. S. C 10 7 3
O. A. C 4 0 4
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Whitman 7 () 7
Two thousand three hundred people
witnessed the basketball Rame be
tween Illinois and Wisconsin last Fri
day night in Madison.
In tho Westorn Conference It looks
as If tho championship would go to
Wisconsin So far this season they
have played nine Ramos without a de
feat. most beautiful land feutures to bo seen
in this region. Tho trip to Tucson will
be through central New Mexico, then
west. After a four weeks' study, Doc
tor Bessey will leave Tucson for Lin
coln by wuy of Phoenix and Williams,
Arizona, and othor points of Interest,
especially the Grand Canyon. Doctor
Bessey has nevor been In this region
before and hopes that it will bo one of
While Doctor Bessey is absent from
the University Miss E. II. Walker will
teach tho gonoral botany classes and
Dr. Pool will take charge of the sys
tematic botany classes.
Pledges May Realize on Accident
Freshmen of tho various fraternities
probably will have an opportunity to
realize on tholr accident policies dur-
ling the approaching week-end. It's
Paddling and tubbing will be ex
tremely popular over tho hill and mud
baths in tho Kaw will not be entirely
tabooed perhaps. Doing a marathon
down Massachusetts stroot with a cow
bell at one's nock and clad in a suit
of bevedees Is consldorod extremely
chic for tho Neophytea.
A list of tho casulties will be pub
lished Monday. Dally Kansan.
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Colonel Thought Ha Was Being Maat
Fun of by Men Whose Names
During the days following the clou
of the Civil war the South was undor
military govornmont, and to conduct
mattors properly the Union officials
found that they had many difficult du
ties. In Warrenton, Va., the colonel
commanding the regiment stationed
there decidod that It would be well to
tnko a consus pf all male citizens. And
with this end In view the men of tho,
villago wero ordered on a certain day
to report tholr names, ages and other
ThiB colonel waa a quick-tempered
man and would get very angry at the
least Imaginary dlBrespoct, bo tho citi
zens doterminod to carry tho thing
through smoothly. But, unfortunatoly
for tho peace of mind of tho colonol,
the town had sovoral men who pos
sessed the names of animals.
A Mr. Lyon kopt a restaurant, a
Mr. Haro ran a barroom, Mr. Bear car
ried on a dry goods etoreP while Mr.
Coon was an auctioneer. These were
tho actual names of real citizens of
tho town, and, Btrango to say, all hap
pened to arrive at the polls at the
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"What Is your name?" aakod the.
clerk of the first comer.
"Bear," waa tho reply, and down
"Your namo, sir," was demanded of
"Lyon," came tho response.
"Name, sir," for tho third man.
"Coon," waa tho anBwer. The col
onol began to fret about llko a bee in
a bottle. Ho thought the men wore
making yarao of him, but ho managed
to keep his temper in hand.
"Name, sir," came for a fourth time
from tho clerk.
i "Haro," replied tho last man. But
this was more than tho now angry col--J
onol could stand. He jumped to Mb
. feet, his face blazing with anger at
I what he thought was a trick, and.
, shaking IiIb fist In the astonished faces!
j of the four mon, thundered out:
"This thing has gono far enough, it
! any of you men try again to palm off)
I on mo any moro of your blastod onli
mais, I will Blap the wholo bunch of;
you In Jail."
So tho four men departed, Badly re-
fleeting that after all, In splto of;
Shakespearo. there Is "something In a
Factory Girl in Chile.
One afternoon In Santiago there was
i parade of employes on a strike, says
a writer in tho Christian Herald. L
do not know whether the strlko Itself
was JUBtlfled or not. Companlea oO
troopB, mounted and on foot, accom4
panled the strikers "to preserve tran-j
qulllty." A squad of women factory1
workers led tho parade. Most of them,
wero girls, but a number were olden
women. During a pause, when tho pro
cession halted a moment, I asked one)
of these older women what her wages
wore. "Thirty-eight cents a day,
Benor." "Have you any children?" "l!
have four. 1 am a widow. Wo live!
with my mother, who la also a widow.)
Sho works, too."
Yet It must not bo understood that
tho Chilean government is lndlfferont
to tho welfare of Its laboring classes.
The government hns taken hold of the
question of providing sultablo houses
for worklngraen, and UiIb phase of tho
general welfaro .movement has boon
made a matter of national policy.
Tho Invention of the organ la at
tributed to Cteelblus, a barber of Alex
andria, about 250 B. C, and also to
tho groat Archimedes, about 220 B. C.
The organ was brought to Europe from
Constantinople, and was applied to re
ligious devotions In the churches about
A. D. 650. First used In the churches
of Italy, thoy gradually spread to the
other European countries. For re
ligious purposes there Booms to bo no
other instrument Invented by man that
can take the place of the organ.
Sweet Clover for Linen.
Oather branches of flowering clover
and dry them for your linen cheBt and
shelves. Tie them up In bags ot
cheesecloth and Bpread them botween
sheets and table linen and underwear
aad you will And the linen sweeter
and daintier than it is undor the inta
eaoe of lavender.
BY THE WAYSIDE
Dusty Rhodes I hate fleas.
Weary Walkor Me, too, pard
They make mo awfully Irritated.
Ho It's quite romantic our meeting
hero again this summer.
-flhe It would bo, only I've marriod
since I saw you last summer.
Tho Senator Every man has his
The Politician They tell mo you're
a bargain hunter.
IN THE NEXT WORLD
The Novelist I can do my -best
work when it Is hot
Tho Qlri Then you've got a. great
future before you.
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"Yob. I am gulldlng a beautiful house,
for my Bon."
"Ah! I Bee a sort of holr-caBtlo."
Mrs Henpeck Will you lovo mo,
Henry, Just aB much whon I am dead?
Mr. Henpeck (absently) More, my
WHERE HE'D LAND
Tom I'm going to aBk your father
Toss All right, dear, and I'll com
to seo yo uat the hospital first thing
In the morning.
Mrs. Henpeck Marriage is only a
Mr. Henpeck; 1 guess that's why
It's a failure, too. You 'always lose
in a lottery. ?
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