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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1914)
VOL. XIII. NO. 105
UNIVERSITY, OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914.
EIGHT H; S. DEBATES
WESLEYAN WIN8 RUBBER GAME
FAST PLAY WAS BIG FEATURE
Weslcyan in Excellent. Trim and Fight
Was In Their 'Blood rNcbraska
Game Fairly Won.
WeBleyan won tho rubber gamo last
night from Nebraska. Tho contest
-was staged on a neutral floor the
.City Auditorium having boon trans
formed Into an arenn. Some six or
seven hundred fnns witnessed . the
Rud" Brownrmr ux-Kuuhub buskeft
ball star, did tho olliclating and gave
entire satisfaction. The story of the
gamo is told In detail. It was Just
about llko this:
Wesleyan came on to tho floor at
two minutes of olght and began warm
ing up on the north basket.
Nebraska, led by Captain Haskoll,
came on to the floor ten minutes later.
They were greeted by old No, 1.
.Both the supporters of Wesloyan
and Nebraska woro trying to drown
out each other.
A part (nine pleceB) of the Ne
braska Band was on hand doing its
best to add to the racket.
Both c6aches called their teams off
for a final council of war.
At 8:28 p. m., Referee Brown threw
uii tho ball nnd .t.hn.-gamci was nu
Keester scored first by tho free
route. In Just a minute of play Hugg
shot a basket from a bad angle.
Hughes scores.- Keester shoots an
other -free throw. Kline scoreH.
Keester mlssos free throw. Haskell
scores: Keeulm- agulu misses; John
son scores. Captain Haskell scores on
an out-of-boundB play, Hawkins, to
Haskell Doublo foul. Keester and
Haskell miss. Hughes tackles Has
.kol 0 Haskell throws his first freo
throw. Hughes Bcores. Haskell adds
'one point on a foul throw. Keester
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HIGH SCHOOL-BOYS ' ,
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Nearly 500 Boys Expected In the City
During the Tourney Y. M. C. A.
Working With University.
Tho Yt M. C. A. and tho Athlotlc
department of the TlhlvornHy nre
working In co-operation to make the
High School Basketball Tournament
to bo hold next week tho best over
hold at tho University. Every train
- will bo mot by University students.
who will attend the tournament will
bo tagged so that they can bo dis
tinguished from other civilians.'
Headquarters aro to bo established at
tho Temple. Tho information bureau
of tho V. M. 0. A. will give what In
formation tho visitors may desire.
Thoro will bo enough guides at the
Temple to show tho high school stu
dents tho campus and other Interest
ing places in the olty, Arrangements
havo been made so that tho facilities
at tho cafeteria may bo enlarged ff
necessary. Everything, possible Ib. to
bo done to Bhow royal hospitality dn
tho part of University studonts to the
high, .school athletes and other die
gates. I x
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CORNHUSKER OUT EARLY
May Day Set for Distribution of the
Books Military Department
Busy Price Up a Little.
for tho blg 1914 Cornhuskor have
been taken. All but a few of these
ihavo accepted tholr proofs. All of
the junior and senior pictures havo
been taken. This speaks well for tho
stuff. They- said they would have
thcBO pictures out of tho way by tho
1st of March, nnd they did it. Now
they say they will have tho big 1)ook
ready forytke students on May Day.
And it looks as If tho staff moant
business when thoy said It.
Now, then, In order to keep their
word and shatter tho old precedent
that a Cornhusker caanevot come .out
on scheduled time, It is necessary
that all copy, cuts, etc., bo turned in
by tho middle of tho present month.
1L takes two weeks jto jmkQiha cjits:
from pictures, and all cuts and copy
last day of March. Tho only thing
that 1b holding back tho work now is
tho Military department nnd a fow
tardy general organizations. But if
thoy wish to get into tho book thoy
talnly is coming out on time for once.
Tho book will bo more expensive
"than" over before to tho management,
not to tho purchaser. It will sell at
$2,50 and $3.50, black grained' leather
and full Moroccp editions. It is espe
cially desirous thatall-organlzatlons
and individuals make tholr payments
as soon, as -possible that tho discounts
offered for cash payment may bo
taken' advantage of by tho manage
ment. Thoro woro fourteen less medical
schools In tho United States In 1913
than In 1912, about one thousand two
hundred fewer-studonts, and about ft vo
hundred .fewer graduates.
Y.M.G.A. OFFICERS TODAY
Polls Open to All Members ftll. 2 P. M.
Tomorrow SeVeral Prominent
The Y. M. C. A. annual election of
officers will be held today and tomor
row. Tho polls open today at 9 a. m.
and will close tomorrow at 2 p. m.
Tho nomination committee, composed
of tho following men, W. A. Rockie,
C. V. Smith, H. B. Pier, R. W. Orr
and M. V Rood, recommend H. S.
Reoso as condldatoi for president;
Charles Anderson Jnd Oscar W.
Sjogren for vice-president, ahd Alfred
Hlnzo and Ira Klndig as candidates
for secretary. Ballots may bo sent In
by mail to the goneral secretary's
office. Members, may vote.
Coach Stlehm congratulated Mr.
Kllne-of-Vealeyan-whon armlnuto" of
J)lay was. left last night Little things
slinging from some quarters
CADET BAND PLAYED
Members of Matinee Musical Club Out
v 'En Masse Selections From
Tho University Cadet Band, under
tho direction of Prof. Clalro Cornell,
furnished the music for yesterday
Tho program consisted of four se
lections from Mozart: Tho Gloria from
tho 'Twelfth MasB," tho overture to.
tho "Magic Flute," tho Sanctus from
tbp "Mass In G," and tho "Marchq
AJlo Turka." An unusually large
crowd was present, including many
members of theMatlnoo'Musical Club.
S. DEPARTMENT NOW
Cookery in All Its Phases Taught
' Two Hours Credit Given Two
: After-many requests-from-various
women's clubs over tho state, ds well
as from various individuals, tho Do
mestic Science department consented
to work up ,a course for University
Extension. Two courses are now of
fered and others aro contemplated.
These courses can be taken with a
feo, tho same as .any extension course,
with two hours credit each on matrlcu
taken in tho University. Several
people are already taking It, and it Is
oxpjscted that many more will rogjsterj
for It shortly, and that ft will prove a
Praotlcally tho whole course in
cooking la Domestic Science can bo
rinnn through extension. Written los-
sons contain tho theory of tho course,
tlons for tho methods of practice
work aro given. Tho results of this
work aro to be reported to Miss
Loo ml s, of tho department.
first course Cookery a aro: Rules
lor workTho preparation of rresif
fruits, cookery of fresh and dried
fruits, preserves, candy making, tho
ubo of , tho flreloss cooker, tho prepara
tion of fresh and cooked vegetables,
different ways of preparing meat, and
tho servlco of food.
In tho second course Cookery 4a
tho preparation of eggs, breads, cakes,
salads, rollshos and frozen desserts 1b
to be taken up; also school and picnic
lunches, diets -for tho sick, and prepar-
atlon of meals.
.Now different rural clubs havo been
asking to havo sowing given In con-
nectlon with tho cookery courses. I
This will probably bo taken up next.
FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF UNI
VERSITY ACTING A8 JUDGE8.
SPECIAL TRAIN WILL BE RUN
Misunderstanding Causes Postpone
ment of One of the Important
Debates Wymore Continu
ous Winner 81nce 1908.
Thoro will lib eight flrst'sorlos de
bates in tho Nobraska High School
Debating Longuo tonight, ono Satur
day evening, nndono Monday overl
ing. Many University poopl67hoth,
students and faculty members, aro act
ing as judges in these debatog. , v
The debate bolwooirtno T6acno"rtf'
College High School and tho Nobraska
Military Academy, scheduled' for last
night, has boon indefinitely postponed
because of a. miBundorHtnndlng con
corning tho bldoa to bo tnkon .by onclw
.Uiilrorslty pooplo uro watching closely
the- work-of tho- Tenchers College
team bocauso It Is coached by Harold '
A. Prlnco, three-times member of Ne
braska's Intdrcollogiato Debating
Team. Tho Judgoa for this dobnte
were to havo boon Professora Mnxoy,
I'erslnger and Stephens. ,
Several University .neoplo .wllUcnvo. . .
today to Judgo contest In tho several
districts of tho league. Prof Edwin
Maxoy and Harold A. Prince., '13, Law
'IB, of Grand Island, will go .to Har
vard this morning to judge tho Har-
dlstrlct. Clifford L. Roln, '13, JAyr '15,
of Loup City, loft for Sargent this
morning to Judge tho St. Paul-Sargent,,
dobato. In tho Westorn district. Wll-'
bor and Haveloclc havo asked Profes
sor Fogg to Bend a" Jury to Wllber for
"tills evening and Tabic Tlo6lc.hndT?aw-
neo City wish Judgea at Table Rock
Thoro will bo a special irninrun
from Beatrlco to Wymoro to take tho
Beatrlco students to tho Wymoro
Bentrico dobato In tho Southeastern,
district. Vmoro has won tho cham
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SOPHOMORE CO-EDS GIVE
"Babes In the-Woods" and Many
Other Fairy tales ToldHazer
Tho Y. y. O.-.A. vespox sarvloes
by tho sophomore girls. Hazel C'larH
presided; OsaIIancl sang. Fjiiry
tales wore told and applied to eqch
college class, and from them' excellent
.lfiflnnnnwnrn,mrrnpfnt1, TK . Hfirt-,,
ley told of tho "Babes In tho -Wpods"
comparing tho freshmen to.,the UaTlr
who w'ero lost in, tho deep forodt of
Hard Work. Camlllo Leyda compared
tho sophomore )xl and her cutt:hg, off
of nil hindrances to her -work with tfto
story of "Tho Forty Thloyes.' Mil
dred Poory told how tho junior girl
was-llko CIndorelln, who was reward?
pi for her hard work by her fairy god
mother. Finally, Louise" Brownoll told
that tho -sorflorgirl was, like Aladdin
With a bright and shinfng lamp of
happiness and pQwcr anil knowledge,
Doris Slater, a sophomore -promt-
ncnt In Y."W. C. A work, mado a
rangementa for tho povel vesper ser-
TONIGHT: "THE MAN FROM HOME"
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