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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
REED D. DAWSON
Managing Editor P. C. Sponcor
Awoclivto Editor Ruth M. Squires
Aoaoclato Editor R- V. Koupal
Athletic Editor C. K. Moro
Carrlo Coman HortonHo Knliffman
W. B. Hogtr Ucriildliii' Knuffnmn
Etleabtsth Hyde HurIi MeVlckor
ICarl Janouch Etliol Arnold
Leon Palmer K. M. Merrlnm
SuBlnoPfl Manager. . . .'. . .Frank 8. Porkina
Asat. Buslneao MniMBor..Ruaacll F. Clark
Subscription prlco J2.00 por year,
payablo In advance
Slliglo coplcii. 6 conta caoli.
Entered at Iho poatofneo lit Lincoln,
Nebraaka, na BoconVJ-clasa mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
The DAILY NEBTIASICAN purpOBes to
be Iho frou volco 'of student sentiment;
to be fair; to bd Impartial; to Bcek advlco
na well no ofTor It; to truthfully picturo
-iwiinPn-llfn'tfl).go further than tho moro
printing of new by standing for the
highest ideals of tho Unlvorslty; in short,
to aervo tho University of Nebraska.
Friday, March G, 1914
Editor of tho Dally NobraBkan:
How many people, aftor you told
thorn that you went to tho University
of Nebraska, havo snld: "Lot mo boo,
that is at Lincoln. I bellovo.' That
Just explains the trouble. People
don't know enough about us. Wo
need tho advertisement. Wo want to
raako our school so popular that peo
plo will not only know whero It Is, but
what It 1b doing for the students bore.
Tho University extension plan is JUBt
tho thing to bring this about. Got tho
fun-makors out; let the Dramatic
Club rave; let the Band boys blow.
Got thlB extension plan working and
watch tho University of Nebraska
grow. 41. S..HAnKSSN10
Mastodian Bones Here.
Tho bones of a mastodian found in
Brown county hirvo been shipped to
"Iho Museum and aro bolng sot in posi
tion. ThlB mastodian is ono of tho
first of tho kind to bo found in .tho
United Statoc. Whon mounted it will
bo fifteen feet long and eight foot
Tho -skull, tusks, lower jaw and n
number of vertebra havo boon found
in position. As soon as it. is mounted
it will occupy a special caso In tho
Hallott'8. All sizes,
cava your certificate.
The Daily Nebraskan
The New Ankle Strap Effect
$4.50 Values BUDD
ex-governor 8poke on
8mall Attendance Much Regretted-
Ono of tho most Interesting lectures
of- tho yotir -was delivered last night
by ox-Governor Aldrich In tho Tomple
Thoatro. Tho governor spoko on "Tho
Twontloth Century Mnn," In which ho
brought out-Homo very good points In
connection with tho university man.
and IiIb education. Ho pointed out
that a man may In tho course of n few
years forgot practically tho onttro
BubJect-mattort)f thoBtudtcs -which ho
pursued whllo in college Yet this
education Ib practically indispenslblo
to a BiiccoBsful career In this day and
ago on account of tho development
and training which tho mind receives.
For this purpose it has boon his ox
porionoo that Greok, Latin and mathe
matics aro tho most ofllclent mind
dovolopors of tho subjects studied
whllo in college. In addition to this,
ho stated that thefo is nnothor phaso
of tho twontloth century man which
nhould not bo ovorlooked; this is tho
truthfulness and moral uprightnoss in
Tho audience was surprisingly small
for such a good lecture. TJioy wero,
howovor, vory appreciative and thoy
woro certainly given causo to be. '
TODAY IN NEBRA8KA'8 HI8TORY
March 6, 1912.
Thero is to bo no moro "grafting"
from doar old dad. Tho University
authorities aro Informing paronts
about the- students' foes. Registrar
Rutledgo 1b sending out tho following ,
notice: "Tho Unlvorslty of Nebraska, j
Llncoln-I am directed to advise you
for your personal Information, that tho
totul amount of fees paid by tho stu-.
dont named below for tho current so-!
mOBtor IB $ This Covers all regU-I
lar feoB requlrod by tho Unlvorslty,
but does not Include booltB, eto. Re
spectfully, E. M. Rutledgo." "
MarcrrtJr 1905. -Tho
Nebraska basketball team sue
cumbod lnstnlghf-to tho""footbnll
tactics of the Minnesota Agricultural
Collego by a score of 14 to 3. Tonight
tho team meets Minnesota, and with
better, pjnylng and bettor officials,
hopo to retrlovo thomsolvos and their
ENTHU8IA8TIC MEET AT
Expect Great Developments In Short
Time Good Talks and Many
Tho now Y. W. C. A. of the Touch
orB' Collego High School hold an in
teresting mooting In tho Tomplo Y. W.
C. A. rooms yestorday from 3:45 to
, 4rl5p. to. Tho Bubjoct of "tho moob
t Ing, was, "Tho Yr W. C. Ar in School
Life." Evangeline Whitmoro presided
at the meeting. Rebecca Shay sang,
Holon Springer gavo a talk on
"Friendships in Y. W. C. A.," and
Elizabeth Gordon spoko on "Ohurac-
tor Development" Tho meeting was
well attonded and the girls aro very
enthusiastic' over tho work; It is
prophesied that thoy will form a
strong organization within a short
ST A. 1 RS
Friday, March 6.
Scandinavian Club Law buildings
Slgma.AlphaEpsllou formal party.
Junior play Oliver theater.
Scandinavian Club Law building.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon formal party
Sigma Chi froBhman party Lincoln
.Saturday, March 7.
9J0D a. m. Delta Ub vs. Alpha Taus.
9:00 a. m. Sigma Chis vs. Sigma
NUSr '- - -
10:00 a; m Phi Psls vs. Sigma
-10:00 a. m.Sig Eps vs. Phi Dolts.
10:00 a. m. Kappa Slgs vb. Alpha
2:00 p. m. All-University Girls
8:00 p. m. German Club, Valorla
8:15 p. m. Tegnor Society Tom
plo. 8:30 p. m. Union Literary Society.
"Rag" dance Tri Dolt housm
Bushnell Guild dancing party
Kappa Kappa Gamma dancing
party Fraternity Hnll.
Delta Chi pledge danco Chapter
rSlgma Chi housopartyr-
Alpha Tau Omoga houso party. '
Sigma Alpha Epsllon annual ban
quet. , A
People We Know.
Carl Hartloy. a former student, who
,B B0W ,n ,foroBt patnoiOBy work at
Garden City, Kansas, called on tho
Dotany dcpartmont this week,
A numbor 0f fossil fish teeth have
bcon forwarded to tho University of
Missouri to be studied In class work.
Bnrtha Krnmnr nf Aurora hn frnno
homo on account of UlnesB.
(Contlnued f rom Pago One)
miBSOB. Koestor misses again. Has
kell miBBcs freo throw. Keestcr
scores. Nebraska is fumbling, While
Weslbyan is intercepting tho Busk
ers' passes. Keestcr and Hughes
scoro in quick succession. Tlmo-out.
Play rosumed. Haskell scores and
Brown disallows scoro because ball
was touched by spectator.
First half, Wesloyan 16, Nebraska 8.
TImo called at nlno o'clock. Hugg
scores from mid field. Nebraska
misses a scoro of tries from the field.
Haskell miBsos free throw. Haskell
again jnlssoj. throw. Haskell scores
after a pretty dribble. Johnson
Bcoros. Koostor scores. Haskell
scores freo throw. Koostor scores.
Haskell misses. MyorB scores. Ref
eroe refuses score of Rutherford.
Kftftfltnr -mlflflflff frrtA tkrnvir nnHior.
ford scoros. Johnson scores. Klino
replaced by Hussoy. Hanzlik In for
Hugg. Hussey scores. Vifqualn
scores. Haskoll misses. KeeBter
scoros. Howard replaces Hawkins.
Rutherford; after a long dribbler
scoros. Tlmo out for Haskell, who is
injured. Stlehm congratulates Klein
on victory. Game not over. Scoro, 29
to 19. HaBkoll tries freo throw, but
Rutherford lg Johnson
Hawkins rg Vifqualn
Myers c , . Hughes
Haskell (Capt.) .,. If . .Keoster (Capt.)
Hugg rf Klino
Hanzlik ... rf Hussey
Substitute Howard for Hawkins.
-Time of halves--20 minutes.
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