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THE DAILY N E B R'A S K A'tf
The Daily Nebraskan
UKKD II. DAWSON
Alitor In -Chief
MnnnKlnK Editor P C. Sponcgr
Associate Editor IUith M. Squlrca
Asaoclnto Editor R. V. KoupaJ
Athlotlo Editor C. K. Morao
Carrlo Coman HortcnBo Knurtninn
W. E. linger aernldlne Knuffman
Elizabeth Hyde 1 1 "fill MoVlckcr
Knrl Janouch Ethel Arnold
Loon Pnlmor F. M. Mcrrlnm
DuBlneBS Mannnor Frank S. Porklns
Aest. Business Manager. .Russell F. Clark
Subscription prlco $2,00 por year,
Slnglo copies, B contfl oach.
Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ns second-class moll matter,
undor tho Act of CongToss of March 3,
Tho DAfLY NEBRASICAN purposes to
bo tho froo volco of Btudont sontlmont;
to ho fair; to ho Impartial; to sock advlco
as woll as offer It; to truthfully plcturo
coltogo llfo; to go further thari tho moro
printing of news by standing for tho
highest Ideals of tho Unlvorelty; In short,
t6serV6 tho UiUVorBltyorN?uTaflkn:
TuOBilny, March 10, 1914
THE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Tho high-school baskotball tourna
ment, which opens In tho Armory
Wednesday evening, Is tho largest
meeting of its kind In tho world.
Never before woro bo many teams
and so many sciiools engaged in a
similar contest. Nebraska is proud of
tho honor or acting as hoBt to tho high
-BChODlffurilnrtat. WiFaroglad tbaF
wo can open our doors to this, tho
largest baskotball tournament In his
tory. Thoro are wayB enough for us to
show tho visitors that wo are truly
glad to ontertaln thorn. Thoro will bo
a team here from almost every town
of any size in the slate. Go around
and wolcomo tho boys from your
town. Show them about tho campus
and about the city. Got thom, ac
quainted with old Nebraska, hor tradi
tions, her endeavors. Sow deeply in
them tho dcBlro to como hero when
thoy graduate from high school. Hero
is an opportunity for tho school to
roalizo much from hor hospitality.
Mako your collego popular with all tho
schools of tho state. Thon will Ne
braska have moro studontB, a greater
school. Ho hospitable.
Convocation, Thursday, 11 a. m.,
Momorlal Hall. Shubert's Unfinished
Symphony. Strang quartotto and
HERB REESE HONORED
WITH Y.M.C. A. PRESIDENCY
C. H. Anderson, Vice-President The
Officers to Be Installed
Herbert S. Reese, president of tho
Junior class, was olocted president of
tho Univorslty Y. M. O. A. In tho
election hold last Friday and Satur
day. C. II. Anderson was elected vico--presldentrnmr-lrNriUndlg,
Tho newly elected officers nsanmo
lliolr duties on tho first bf April of"
An Up-to-Date Idea.
Tho University fs not n scholastic
clolBtor, It Is moro than a provider
Of Meal tlekots to tho intellectually
Impractical,- -Drawing Its support
from tho pockotbooks of tho pebplo,
tho "University Is nn organization
undor a morally binding contract to
sorvo tho people.
Tho people our fathers and
mothers, our brothers and sistors
onjoy, as wo do, tho cxcellont In dra
matics,, public speaking, athletics, con
certs and what not. Tho University
is In n position to take thoso things Jto
them. Why, theroforo, should it not?
To lorvo tho pooplo In this way can
hardly help but bring desirable re-
-sultsr It-will 'bTlnEtotho"UnIvorsIEy
moro students, moro money, and best
of all, moro good will.
I am for It. C. A. SORENSBN.
People We Know.
Mario Dally of Ounlap, la., is at tho
Chi Omega house.
Anna Koss of Aurora Is visiting
friends in Lincoln.- """"
MlnniO Hn!Mi of Auburn q vlcltlng.
tho Alpha XI Doltas and other friends
Dr. J. D. Hoffman entertained tho
senior engineering students at his
homo Saturday ovenlng.
TO.DAY IN NEBRASKA'S HISTORY
March 11, 1905.
Professor Kimball 1b arranging sev
eral big musical ovents for tho near
future. Tho first will bo a concert by
Ibib famous Spanish pianist, Da Matta.
His appoarance will be March 17. On
May i tho celebrated violin virtuosos, J
Ysayo, will glvo a concert nt tho
March 11, 1911.
Many students attended tho me
morial sorvico in honor of tho late
professor Phillips. Thero was an ad
dress by tho Chancellor, and Dean
Burnett and Dr. Bossoy made short
talks. Between fifty and sixty stu
dents of tho Forestry departmonta t
tended In a-body.
Phi Beta Kappa Announcements.
Classes will bo dismissed at 10
o'clock. Uiis morning for tho junlor
froshman debate to bo held in Me
morial Hall. The subject of tho de
bate touches tho vital question of
suffrage. Phi Beta Kappa announce
raents will bo made Immediately after
Scores Not Complete-7-Huskers and
Gophers to Shoot Soon Min
nesota s Strong.
Tho Kansas Aggie-Nebraska riflo
contbst ondod fast night Tho con
tesUwas carried on by correspondence,
Kansas shooting on hor range and Ne
braska on tho home range. Scores
will bo ready for publication tomor
row. Tho greatest event of this na
turo will bo tho correspondence shoot
between tho Nobroaka and Minnesota
teams, to bo hold soon. The Gophors
aro Raidto-hav.o-a strong toam
tho Huskors Boom to bo ready
willing to "take them on."
Muesday, March 10.
10:00 a. m. -Convocation Memorial
5:00 pT m. Schiontlfic lecture
6:00 p. m. Kappa Slgs vs. Alpha
0:00 p. m. -Delta TauB vs. Betas.
7:15 p. m. Palladian business meet
ing. 7:15 p. m. Gloo Club practlco
7:30 p. m. Pharmaceutical Society
8:00 p. m. Latin Club- Homo of
Wednesday, March 11.
m. Scientific lecture-
0:00 p. m. Sigma Chls vs. Phi Delta.
7:00 p. m. Union business meeting;
- J7:15 p. m. Gleo Club practice.
Artlstlo danco programs and menus
for particular pooplo. T3eorgo Bros.,
Printors, 1313 N street.
"Fraternities and Sororities."
Tho pictures of your houses must
bo turned In at the Cornhuskor office,
U Hall, fourth floor, before Friday,
March 13. 'If no plcturo has been
taken, mako arrangements with the
, ' - Snap Shots.
Fraternities and BororltioB aro re-
I'quosteu to man to tno editor any
'."line" snapshots thoy may have for
use In 1914 Cornhuskor.
To the Juniors.
AH Juniors who have not checked In
with their Junior Play tickets Avill
please do so at onco. Either to myself
or to T. A. Williams.
. RALPH NORTHRUP.
Palladian business meeting tonight
at 7:15 at tho Palladian Hall.
The Latin Club will meet tonight at
211 South Twenty-eighth street with
tho Misses Hummoll. On account of
quarantine at tho Achoth houBo tho
club cannot meet with tho Misses
Hayes and Cuba.
Report of the Spharo Styx play
given January 17, 1914: Total seat
sale, $329.25. Expenditures Rental
of Ollvor Theater, $120.25; costumos,
$48.83; advertising, $23; stago hands,
$9; stamps, telephone tolls and signs,
$2.88; stenographic bureau, $3.55;
orchestra, $30; Incidentals, $2; all
tho balance of $83.74 to pay the di
rector of the play. R. F. Swift, Mana
ger. Auditod March C, 1914.
T. A. WILLIAMS,
Agont Studont Activities.
Tho Pharmaceutical Society
meet tonight In U'. Hall 103.
Sigma Nu annouhcos the pledging
of Lloyd . P. Romoche, Schuyler;
Byron C. MacHerron, Pender; Emll
J. Krahulik, Olarkson.
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wanted Your bosp snapshots fpr
publication In tho CornhUBkor. Any
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imomquai, group, "stuny' moturps
picnic, dance or party groups will bo
giaaiy accopiea at tno omco, or man
tp tho Editorial Department
All organizations that have had
their; pictures taken and hayo not paid
for their spaco In- tbo CorjahUBker
Carrying a complete line of Sporting
Goods Baseball, Basketball, and othr
branches of" athletics. TFeatiiringtlie"
Alt Spalding & Bros.
University School of
-Opposite the University Campus, 1 1 th and R Sts. In
structions Given in All Branches of Music. Students
mayEnter at Any Time. Beginners Accepted.
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director
must call at tho ofllco and do so at
onco, as no cuts will ho mado until
paid for. R. P. SWIFT,
All organizations desiring spaco In
tho19l4 Cornhusker must have their
pictures taken at TownBond's at onco.
Votes for Women.
Tho Univorslty Woman's Equal
Suffrage Society wishes to announce
that "Votes for Women" badges may
do nau tor too asKtng at miss uraKos
office In tho Y. W. C. A. room.
Ostwald of Leipzig.
Tho departments of Chomistry,
Agrjqultural Chomlstry and Physics
of. tho University of .Nebraska an
nounce a series of flvo lectures on
''Col)olds" to bo given on tho JJnlvor-
Bliy vuuiub in niuvju -RMi yum an.
at 5 p. ra, each day, beginning Monday,
March 9. Thoso lectures wll bo glvon
In English by Dr. Wolfang-Ostiyald of
tbo University of Lplpzlg, Germany,
and will bo" of, very groat-Interest to
students of tho physical Bploncos and
ofrmodicino. A cordial invitation is
oxtonded to anyone Interested in this
bwiob qi ivuiyruu,
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
junior class Tuosday'mornlng.immedl
atoly after convocation. 'All Juniors
Jones' Orchestra. Phono L-8G6G.
LOST A small black leather pocket
book ojx campus Monday, in Law
Building or U.Hall. Finder return to
Rag Office. . 3-9-1
LOST In. drill locker room, drill
blouso. Leavb Information at Rag
pen, 1 pair brown gloves, a brown
pockotbook with 75 cents; between
Memorial Hall and Temple. Pleaso
return to Rag office, 3?7-3
JTAIODN from Semplor-outsideafe-
$orla, notebook containing Gorman
and Latin notes, Return to Rag office.
POUND At Oliver' Theater, gold,cuff
button, marked "W.'' Call at Rag
office and call for some.
POUND In Chom. building, a watch.
Call at 'JRag" offlco and 14en);fy
property, 3-5-3 K
POUND ONo gpld bracelet, In the
Temple Owner may havo samoby
calling aCofeteria an Identifying it,
" ' '"" n 3-7-3
UNIVERSITY stenographic work.
Your thosJB copied at reasqnablo
rates. Phono' L-7'C9i. s 3-5:5 v
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