The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 03, 1914, Image 1
.""' rp.u jr y? ' f .. M , i. 'I )V J I 0 N r V IheDailvN ,Jr - . ' in bMfcfe 3-X -ft JC-aAflM ebmskan 1 - r- ru-i ' " ' - S.. V &fe '-"- A-i s v I- VOL. XIII. NO. 102 r- - m fmmmim-mummmmmmmaammmmir -." SENIORS TO TESTIFY ADVI80RY COMMITTEE INVE8TI GATING 8YSTEM. UNIVERSITY Of NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. Price 6 Cents EMBABBASSJtia.JVlJQMENTS LETTERS SENT TO SENIORS " Committee From Arts and Science Faculty After Data Concern- Ing Present Advisory Plan. Tho committde appointed to Inves tigate, tho advisory system Is hard at work. Thoy aro trying to got tho un biased opinion of overy student. To this end a circular letter has been sent out asking n'e senior studohTB t6ah" swor confidentially certain pertinent questions. It Is hoped in thiB way to' get a true idea of what tho students who have passed through the system think of it Tho Information will be treated strlotly in confidence. Tho sentiment of tho seniors, if at all de cided one way or tho other, will very probably carry much woight in tho making of tho final recommendations of tho committee. Tho following is a copy of tho let ter: To tho Seniors of the College of Lib oral Arts: In tho interests of tho University, whoso bonoflts you have shared, you aro requested to answer fully and -frankly thu aubjoined-questionsr Your replies should bo sealed in tho en- t closed envelope and returned through the registrar's office, not later thaaJ Wednesday, March 4. Your communi cation will bo treated as confidential jJbjLfggultyof.thd College of Liberal Arts to study tho matter of advlcoto "studonts'r ' H. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. MARY C. GRAHAM. JAS. E. LT3ROSSIGNOL. T. Has your selection of college work been, on tho wholo, bettor be cause of tho tuggostlons given by your faculty advisors than it would have' (Continued on pago 2) i ''I'Bjpf - w iiiiiiiiiiirE iff i Epf f m Iff K MAN PONr you J BO ?Sjg8 I jW)t Jfej g It iWHk iLMMMh WMf I Jff Hill Mil. I . 1 ' J (CopyrlKht) " ' 1 i t: : . . IFIRST SGHEDULE PUT THE HIGH 8CH00L 1A8KETBALL TEAMS PREPARING?. TOURNAMENT IS NEXT WEEK Schcdulo Made Out for First, Series ki of GamesBegins Wednesday and Clojes'Saturday-r-Con. V solatloh Prizes., - ,, ' ft- . " y JUNIOR PLAY WILL ' - BE NOTABLE EVENT Cast Showing Up Brilliantly at Re hearsals Advance Seat Sale Is Good. Tiio rehearsals of tho Junior Play indicate that tho cast 1b planning to do itself proud In its production of Booth Tarklngton'B famous play "Tho .Man From Home' To adequately present a production that haB made such phenomenal successes In its east ern run requires n little amount of skill, and tho cast realizes this fully. Howovor, Cloyd Stewart, who will bo remomberod for hjs exceptional work in "Tho Servant in tho House," "Tho Romancers," and many other plays given on tho campus, .promises to glvo us an intorprotatlon"of tho. character of Daniel Voorhoos Pike that will rival -that of "William Hodges. Ho will bo ably supported by Miss Ella Williams who, though .unfamiliar to University audiences, has nevertheless bad a great deal of experience in this lino at other universities. It can truthfully "bo said that these two leads aro backed by an jill-star oompany, practically every one having RESULTS FROM HIGH SCHOOL DEBATING TEAMS Seven Contests Decided Last Week -Universlty-People-Act s-Judges. In-seven contests ldstr Wok In thd Nebraska High School Debating League the judges woro in favor of York, BelleVuo Academy and High School, Nebraska City. Weonlnc AVator, Atkinson McCook, and Oxford. York (affirmative), arguing for rofeu- lation as aguinst diBsolutiou of the trusts, won from OBceolJ at York by tho unanimous verdict olSProf. L. E. AyleBworth, Prof. Guornsoy Jones, and Prof. Edwin, Maxoy. ' Bollovuo (negaltivo) received n unanimous decision over Fremont at Bellovuo, February 20. Joseph T. Vo tava, Law '11, member of Nebraska Intercolleglato team four years, now an attorney at Omaha, was a judge. Prof. Edwin jMaxey, Prof. G. A. Ste phens, and H. A. Prince, '13, Law '15, awarded Nebraska City (affirmative) a unanimous decision at Nebraska City over Plattsmouth. Weeping Water (negative) won from Stella at Stella by u two to ono vote of C. A. Soronson, '13, Law '16, ,1""T""' ' - ' ' ' i-"i ALPHA PHIS MEET FOR ANNUAL BANQUET Toast List Featured by "Circus" Sub JectslSlxty Members Present. The Alpho Phl-sororltjr- -held-their annual -banquet at the Lincoln Hotel Saturday evening. About "Sixty active members and alumni were present MIsb Mary Robblns was toastmistross. "Tho Circus" included: Tho Clown Betty Doyle iiio Brass Band Vlvenno Holland Tho Trained Animals. ..Edith Robblns rne steam Calliope.. Madollno Stivers Tho Concert Wilma Wood Tho outrof-town guests woro: Mary Wood, Loulso Stegnor, Helen MasQn, Graco Ryan, and Roth Parkinson, of Oiriaha; Helen Laurence, of Fremont: NEBRASKA SCHOLASTIC -LHazolJonronf-iwjiooIty-MrerJ JJ Howard McMonios, of Lyons; Helen Drake, of Beatrice; Mary Robblns, of David City, and Gladys Weaver, of "Broken Bow. and Prof. C. A. Beck and Professor Hull of the J?cru-Stato Normal-Sohoolr Atkinson taffirmativo) won two u" "uui j ium at AiKinson. The judges woro Prof. C. WTaylor, T ors College High School; President Clemmons, Fremont College, and Pro fessor Nichols, Bollovuo College. In tho Southeastern district, McCook (negative) won from Trenton, two to one, at McCook and Oxford (negative) from Cambridge, two to one, nt Oxford. ftacl been seen before in prominent parts of University productions. Tho play itself lis notable for being tho only play on tho road which is played exactly as it -was written', never having had a line changed. JUNIOR HOP IS THE RENDEZVOUS OF MANY ;ClassyDairceTPul rhTrS TWO CHAMP TEAMS ARE TO CLASH THURSDAY Wesleyan and Nebraska to Play Off Rubber Wfnner 8tate Champion. After several weeks of consideration and consultation,"" a final basketball gamo has boon arrangod between tho .Wesloyan Coyotes and Nebraska. It will bo played in tho auditorium next Thursday 'night. Nobraska has ono victory to her credit and Wesleyan has one, which leaves the standing equal. The third gamo will docldo tho POtatO interscholafltlc ehnmnlnnnliln Both teams aro working hard tor, tho closing gamo and ono of tho fewest contests of tho season is expected. Tho Wesloyan Coyotes have mot all Year-Students Small-Credit ' Balance. enjoyed themselves. Chairman Siiydor announces a -email credit balan.ee for tho junior class. The music was furnished by tho Thornburg orchestra.' Tho refresh ments were served in a very wsty manner and proved to be very refresh ing between the steps. , ' twj uiuuy uuibiuers, ana are sujl un vanqulsned. Thoy have an exception ally strong flvo and Coach KIIne their mentor, is confident of victory. After their vigorous Beason tho No braska team Is a little stale, but Coach Stlohm expects to round them Into shape with a couplo of days of hard work. Stlohm rocognizos tho strength of tho Wesleyan machine and knows -full-well-that-there-lBna-hard-gamo-onr "Tho biggest thing of'Rsk'ind in tho United Statos'today." Thoao were tho words of Manager Guy Reed when ho gavo tho roportor his idea of tho .EomlngNebraaka-HigbSchool-Baaket 1 uall Tournament In past years it has been a decided success and has pro- duced favorable rosults. This tourney this Beason, however, is going to far surpass any of Its predecessors. Tho long list of ontrles is slowly creeping upward and it is expected thW thero will still boa few tardy ones who will ' sign up at tho last minute. Tho tour namont will bo hold 'next week, be- g(nnlng Wednesday evening and cloa- X Jng Saturday ManagorJloed, .wltuhi committee, has completed the schedule for tho first round, which appears be- - ' low. ' Over sixty schools have ontored and all aro eager for the fray. Enthusi astic letters come Into the1 Athlotln iin. N -partment ovorydayT-telllng-of hoy inoy aro going to carry off the laurels. Vigorous tralnlniz nrocticoA hnva imwi on the program Tn all the high school gyms and flne display of athlotla ma torial Is expected. ' Tho games will be played in tho Armorjr and thoChap5L "TSaflBrarir non, sporting editor or the 'Lincoln Dally Star; Ross Haskell, cantafn nt. tho Husker team, and "Skinny" Hilt. nor, center on tho Nobraska teamfor three years, have been appointed by ManagorTleed .as tho official board of referees for tho contest.. The thlrtyt two losing teams" In the first round will play off the consolation champion (Continued onpage 2) l Dean Engberg Reports a Smaller Nuifli ber of FlffnkjjTnd Condition.', , This Year. " Tho Delinquency Commlttop'ls sUf- forlng from ennui Incidental to the small' amount of failure the la ali Lahostor and Dean Engberg is consld-- leudltoriumsrbelngxpaiiirtg accommodate a banner crowd. Wes leyan Is expected en'inasso and all tho .Nebraska fants aro planning on going. Lovers of tho dancing art have placed tho Junior Hop, which was held at tho Llndell lasjt Saturday night, to rest with tho many other successful functions of a like nature. Although thero was a large crowd present and tho proper exhibition of tho modem Gift to Unlvritv. dances was somewhat ha'ndicappedf aJlL Mr. C. N. Diet of Omaha has pre- Senior Notice. Senior class meeting today, Me morial Hall, 11 :30. Election of officers. sonted thfc library of the. University with a set, of. "Records of tho Past." Tho set consists of twelve volumes and deals with archeologlcal oxnedr- tlons. Tho editor. Frederic WHtrhf will visit ho University and deliver an address at convocation somo time In thenear future, orlng taking a Vacation, elncaTTE '-o joIQco, Is , Bn.aeldoin visited, "W!wm- formerly at this time of year a (steady stream or students?) were paeelng through that ominous portaf, nowonlr an occasional urifprtunato ' is seen' to enter. Tho first semester of last year sixty nine students failed InTialf their wor)c, while last semester only fortvAiur woro In that class. This year an even dozen have sought other eoenee of endeavor", in contrast to-a.much la.rr delegation formerly. ' la this mere, accident? Doee i$v mean that the ejecting machine islera "" vigilant than of yore, or can the schol astic standing at Nebraska he improv ing? So far no satisfactory explana tion has been offrrt ana i . 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