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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL. XIII. NO. 107
UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914.
Price 6 Cents
PHI BETA KAPPAS
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THIRTY ELECTED INTO HONOR
ONLY 8 MEN SUCCESSFUL
""Grades Run From 93 to 87 Some
8tudents With High Grades Are
Eliminated .Because They Did
Not Take Required Work.
.This morning at Convocation thirty
sonlors were announced as elected to
the membership of Phi Beta Kappa.
The usual predominancy of the fair
aex kill exists. Of thoso entitled to
-wvnr thA Rymhnllr- key, eight aro
voung men and two'ty-two women.
The grades ranged from 93.G2 to 87.73
Tho requirements for a Phi Beta
Kappa hoy are:. Sixty-four hours in
the University of Nob'raBka, twenty
four of which muBl bo in "group"
work, either classics or math ten
hours, and two- Bub-divislonB of each
of tho three groups for an A. B.
The following is the list:
Armstrong, Amy E.
n.ikr, finals H.
Blandln, Alma Q.
Coleman, Arthur B.
Dickenson, Z. Clark
Dysart, Laberta R.
Fowler, William K., Jr.
Gordon, Elizabeth H.
Hanson, Marian E.
Hathway, Oliver C.
Hunkins, Ralph W.
Laune, Ferris F.
Lonnecker, Ada M.
Mollck, Florence H.
Neale, Edith L.
Ogden, Johanna F.
Outhouse, Winnlfred P."
Pegler, Ethel A.
Perrin, Otto K.
Pettis, Marian H.
Rice, Louise B.
Schultz, Minnie M.
Springer, -Helen L
Stivers, Madeline G.
- -- FOR SCARLEWEVER
Case Developed at Achoth House, But
Is Confined Patient Is
, Doing Nicely;
Several cases of contagious diseases
.around school have been reported.
Mumps and measles seem to bo most
cases of scarlet fever. A number of
(students have recently been quaran
tined In their rooms for scarlet fever.
Tho latest case is at tho Achoth house.
Marguerite Farley haB developed
symptoms of this dread disease. How
ever, it is reported that she has it in
a light form and is in no danger. She
is getting along nicely according to
She was quarantined In a back
room of the house as soofi. as her case
was pronounced ''scarlet fever." The
rest of the house was fumigated and
the clothing of tho other girls disin
fected. Thereforothorogular regime
of dutfes went "ahead as If nothing
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TRACK TEAM MAKES
VERY GOOD SHOWING
Reese Individual Point Winner
Revls Wlnrs First in the
Tho Nebraska track t6am which par
ticipated in tho indoor meet of the
Kansas City 'Athletic Club at Kansas
City, Saturday night, returned Sunday.
Considering the unmercifully poor
gym facilities that they wore handi
capped with, their showing Is excel
lent, Reese and Zumwlnkel won sec-'
ond.and third in tho fifty-yard dash.
This race was close and all three win
ners ere nearly abreast. Captain
"Doodle" Rovis won first In the polo
vault by a skip of eleven feet six
Our relay team won second against
Missouri, BateSj the first Nebraska
man, gave Goetze a good-lead. Goetzo
maintained this lead and gave Scott a
start of about ten feet. Scott was
againBt Missouri's hardest man and
was nosed out. Zumwinklo tried, to
catch up the distance, but was beaten
by a yard.
The relay team suffered a mlx-up
"3ustbofoTO leaving for the meetr
"Towhend" Irwin was slated to run
tho Becond lap. Ho was indiscreet
enough to catch the measles and his
place was filled by Goetzo at tho last
A Yale dinner, tho first to bo given
since 1909, is being' arranged for
March 13 at tho Waldorf. It is ox
pected that it will be ono of tho
largest gatherings of Yalo men that
ever met in Now York as graduates
and undergraduates of all deDnrt-
monts, to say nothing of Yale men who
began and didn't graduate,arq In
cluded in tho general invitation. J Ex
.President Taft "and President Hadley
of Yale will be among tho chief speak
ers. Dally Illinl. v v
OVER HUNDRED GIRLS
v WATCHJEW DANCES
Girls' Club 8pends Enjoyable After
noon Demonstration of the
, Tho Girls' Club party at tho Temple,
Saturday, is reported as very success
ful. Miss Helen Jess had charge of
tho party. ' For tho first hour Miss
Charlotte Whedon entertained, tho
girls by demonstrating somo of tho
now fancy dances in tho Tomplo Thea
ter. Tho girls thou retired to Music
Hall, where they spent tho remainder
of the afternoon dancing. Ico and
waferswero served In Faculty Hall.
Over a hundred girls woro present
Senior poems must be submitted to
Barney Gill Monday after vacation.
TO BEHELD TONIGHT
C. K, Ober, Promoter of "Fellowship
Plan" to Be the Guest
A big dinner will bo hold this even
ing In 'tho .city Y. M. C. A. In, honor
of J. K. Ober, who is visiting the
University association in the interests
of tho "Fellowship Plan," ono of the
methods used for securing secretaries.
Many young men In tho University
are. Interested In association work and
this opportunity is offered "them to
hold conference with ono of tho best
informed men at work along this lino.
H. L. Holnzoman, traveling secretary
for the Rocky Mountain states, is In,
the city and will make a talk before
tho student young men at their gath
ering this evonlng. General Secretary
Ewfng will have place tickets for the
dinner at his office In the Temple un
til noon. "
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K08MET KLUB IN MAY
Spanish Characters Abound Name
Changed Because of Interference
With. Another Play.
a steady paco now on tho comic opera
which they will glvo May first, Tho
Kosmot Klub, through its two previ
ous performances, has won a reputa
tion and poularity among tho students
and people of the city which will as
sure its success for future appear
ances. Moreovor, tho opera selected
for tills year is of sudh attraction,
good humor and variety that it 1b
bound to make a hit. It is a typical
comic pera plotT with opera- charac
ters and situations. Tho action is in
a hypothetical republic of South
America. It gives excellent oppor
tunity ' for offectlvo and flashy cos
tumes and elaborate tropical scenery
and effects. The name under which
tho opera was accepted, "His Excel
lency tha Governor," has boon charfged.
to "El President," because It conflict
ed with another play of tho same
name. Tho present name Is tho Span
ish title for president
Tho personnel of the cast has been
slightly varied since first announced,
duo to tho weight of studies on somo
of the members of the cast -There
may bo a few other changes. Tho
cast as It now stands Is:
Richard Ma'son Mervln Swayna
Sunny Hood Rob6rt Drako
Prof. Arthur' Chllcatho Hemingway
Don Miguel Hermandez. . . .Ray Doyld
Don Pedro Romero.... Maurice Clark
Joso. , jf . .Robert Hausberg
Manuel Clyde Krauso
Hon. James Wilson?. ...Roed Dawson
Captain Felton Paul GrJswold
Spy , Burko Taylor
Miss Helen Remington. Margaret Rush
Miss Nell Remington,,... Hazel Sabln
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Miss AHco Wilson..,,. Phoebe Foleom United States also have their head
Sofia. ...,,...,..". Catherine Altwood quarters lrf 'this building.
ONLY TWO GAME8 AWAY FROM
HOME NEXT 8EA80N.
MICHIGAN AGGIES AT LINCOLN
Stlffest Schedule in Nebraska's
tory Kansas, Ames,
Completes the Sohedule.
Somo two weoka ago tho pally No- -braskan
printed a portion of the Corn
huskor 1014 football schedule. Tho
rost is now roady. Aprovlously an-
nounced, six games will be on Nebras
ka flold; two games will bo away
from homo. On October 17 tho Corn-
town gamo. On that dato tho Kansas
AggloB will bo tackled In their own
quarters. Tho Agglos have been on .
tho Nebraska schodulo for four years,
and growing hardor ovory .soasom
For tho benefit of tho Huskor travel
ing fans, tho Nobraskan will glvo this
information: The Kansas State Agri
cultural Collogo Is located at Man
hattan, Kansas, a distance of about
115 miles from Lincoln. About $2.56
worth. You can -leave- Linciln - at- -about
six in tho morning and roach
Manhattan by noon by moans of a
daily local. Night frolghts also run.
This last is added for .tho benefit of
our flldcdloor JPullmanftlpnds1JWhon
Nebraska plays tho Agglos it mean
an exodus from Lincoln to Aggie Land.
The last gamo'bf tho season will bo '
played at Iowa City against tho Hawk
eyes. Washburn will open in Lincoln. A
week later tho Cornhuskors will moot
South Dakota. This promises to bo a
real gamo.TjMtJmo jho Coyotes
played Nebraska waa hTlOlO. With" -tho
ronowal of relations South Dakota
promises to abldo by tho Conforonce
rules.- Tho South Dokata game will
bo Interesting for tho dosesters. On
her schedule, besldos Nebraska; aro
Minnesota and Notro' Dame. On Oc
tober 10, tho game" at Manhattan.
Octobor 17 will see tho big gamo of
tho season. Tho Michigan Aggies last
year an undefeated team and con-
Large Building 8hown Million and a
Half Given by Carnegie BfiHL
A. 8. M. E's. '
Tho meeting of tho A. S. M. E. that
was to havo been held 'last week waa
hold In tho Mechanical Engineering
building last night before a BmallTiut"
attentive, audienco. JBrof. J. .DJEIoffh..
man gave an Illustrated talk on the
history and growjth of the organiza
tion. Tho society has a membership
at present of 5,080 and out of that
number there are throe In Lincoln and,
four In Omaha, making tho total seven
In -Nebraska. L. W. Chase and Pro
fessor Hoffman are tho members that
are connected with the Mechanical
Engineering department Andrew Car
negie gave a million and a half dollars
to tho society for a building, tho illus
trations of which showed a very beau
tiful and accommodating structure.
The other engineering societies of the
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