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VOL. XIII. NO. 113
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.
Price & Cents
SENIOR MEET TODAY
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RACK WO STARTS
HASKELL I88UES URGENT CALL
TO ALL SENIORS.
-WILL VOTE ON -CLASS PLAY.
-Commlttee-Unable-to Choose Between
Two Plays May Ele6t Dele.
gates to Student Council
. Along with the other University or
ganizations the Senior class has -its
troubles. At a special meeting to bo
held this morning in Memorial Hall
at 11:30' a vote will be taken among
the members upon the question "Shalll
There "be "a'-SeiaorclffBff plny-tlits"
year?" In case this proposition re
ceives an affirmative vote, then it will
be up to them to decide as to what
play it shall be, Shakespeare's
"Twelfth1" Night" or "The Fortune
Hunters." The committee 'has come
to a ' deadlock on the problem, and
not wishing to make a decision, they
'are going to put- it up to the class
members.. President Haskell urges
that all Seniors attend, as it is very
Important that there be u full attend
ance. The question of electing dele
gates for the convention to consider
the student council problem will also
l)e taken yip.
Two PI ay 8 Being Considered.
Tho'only two productions which aro
now being considered by the commit
,,tfln aro "Shakespeare's "Twelfth
Night" and "The Fortune -Hunters."
Part of the committee wants one and
part wants the other, and since a com
promise cannot be effected, they wish
to submit it to the class as a body.
As the giving of the play Involves
"" niraac1glTmrtterBt If is thought by
many that this Is-tho best plan.
Those who argue in favor of
"Twelfth Night'8 say that when, stu-
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400 GALLERY SEATS
Oliver Sold Out in Record Time on
" First and Only Day of Ticket3
The crowds for University Night set
a jaecdrd at the Oliver theater box
office yesterday. In two hours and a
short thirty-minutes the main floor
and first balcony of the theater had
T 'been takeiFieayliiErTJurthirfduriran?
dredeats-in the gallory-as a consola
tion prize for those yvho did not. get
In on the grand rush. At. ton oclock
the Temple was thronged with stu
dents; in line to' get their exchange
out that the theater was nearly sold
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A short time later a sign was posted
in the lobby of the Temple, bearing
the notice that all the reserved seats
for the performance had been disposed
of. However, the gallery will be a
University crowd on that night, and
.there will be four hundred seats avail
able at'the uniform price of ton cents.
Tho gallery crowd will bo served as
the others first there, frst served
and therefore come early and avoid
the rush, "
l..Gpld watches, are tb replace gold
medanj, as, rewards to the -winners of
,tho Intors'cholastro track events,
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RIGDON, '16, SPEAKS
BEFORE FOREST CLUB
Tells of Actual Experience in National
Forest in Arizona Talk
Tho Forest Club hold Its regular
meeting last Tuesday evening. Mr.
Rigdon, '16, gave a talk on "Methods
of Cutting." Rigdon spent the sum
mer in tho National Forest at Coco
nino, Arizona, where ho gathered the
irata for his talk. The older members
of the club stated that this was one
of tho best talks over delivered be
fore the club. Tho information given
is such that can bo gotten' by no othefc
means than from those who have had
experience in the work. Tu-beaf last
year's civil service examination ques
tions woro based on the work outlined
by Mr. Rigdon in his talk, It is hoped
tfiat tho younger members of tho club
will turn out better than they have
inrormaiion given ny uie speakers.
BOARD OF REGENTS TO
to Be Made Financial Prob- --
' , lems Uppermost.
April 7 will occur the regular
meeting of tho Board' of Regents.
This Is tho meeting at which the finan
cial affairs will be taken up. The
'different departments will be assigned
the amount they can Bpend ontnelr
department and: the matter of increase
in salarieswlll be looked into. Every
thing pertaining to tho finances of the
University wiil bo thoroughly dis
cussedt and decided upon, It is ex
pected that there will be a full at
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SUBJECT OF DISCUSSION
Phi Alpha Tau Reviews Work of Dem
ocratic Regime Democratic, Pro.
" gresslve and Republican Views. J"
The Wilson administration was put
into tho crucible last night by tho
mombers of Phi Alpha Tau. The pur
pose was not to make converts for or
against', but to coolly and calmly re
view tho acts of the administration
and pass judgment on their wisdom
andthelr work; Thir iir the -first of-a-series
of political and social problems
to bo reviewed before the society this
spring. - - -
MrA R, W. Garrett spoke first In de
fense or rather In oxultatlon of tho
administration. Ho divided the terri
tory into two parts: the purely ad
ministrative, and the purely legisla
tive branches. Of tho first he declared
that, with the possible exception of
tho income, tax machinery and the
filling of ambassadorships "iby political
followers after having retired most
efficient men, tho administrative
branch of tho government was very
moro'in a year than any previous ad
ministration has ever done- in four.
Tho income Ttax is on its -foot, the
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"GO TO CHURCH" DAY
TO INCLUDE 8TUDENT3
'Business -Men Co-operate With Fed
eration Churches Movement
Extends Over Country
Sunday, Maroh 29th, has been desig
nated as tho first of tho "Go To
Church" days; All the churches,
synagogues and Sunday schools of tho
,clty are co-operating to .make this day
a success, and extending a general in
vilation to everyone. The commercial
land business interests generally are
which has toeen so succoss
fuLJn other Jarge centers.
The Lincoln Federation of Church
Workers, organized last February, is
pushing this scheme and their main
objects are to strengthen tho in
dividual church bodies, 'to promote tho
vital activities for community bettor
mont, and to cultivate a closer fellow-
ong-the-P&onle of the various
DEAN BORNFJT ADDRESSES
. . AGRICULTURE GRADUATES
South Dakota State College Calls
Head of Nebraska Agriculture
Department. , -
Dean Burnett left last evening for
Brookings, South Dakota, where he is
to deliver the address boforo the grad
uating class of- the 'School of Agricul
ture at the South Dakota State Col
Dean Burnett is required to make
many graduating addresses each year.
As a commencement speaker the dean
is reputedly known ti many agricul
tural and public high schools and
those-succeeding in getting-aim con
sider it a rare treat . 'v ' "
COACH REED I88UE8 CALL FOR
TRACK MEN TO COME OUT.
picture this Afternoon
Woeful Lack of Material' for Field
Events Every Man
Had Track Experience Is,
Urged to Turn Out.
Some thirty track aspirants Voro
out yesterday. All of tho ohl men
woro out and this gavo tho practice a ,
decidedly snappy touch. Many of tho
men who turned out woro froBhmon,
and they aro dolng'tho wlso. thing ,by)
showing up early. The technlquo they
will lenrn this spring will bo a. mighty
valuablo possession whon thoy becomo
eligible to tho 'varsity. It will givo
them a good load next year.
The track team- this year Is suffer
ing from a lack of candidates for field
events. Nebraska needs two broad
jumpers. Sho needs weight mon and
high Jumpers. Evory man In school
who over broad jumped, stands a good
chance of making- tho team. This
afternoon tho squad ploturo for this
year's CornhuBkei; -will bo taken. A,
full turnout is doslred, .
Tho men who wore out .Wednesday
were Nelson, Pier, Carrol, Fillip!, Mc
Cullough, Kavan, Gootzo, McMasters,
Kubic, Harnsborger, Zumwlnklo, Ir
win, Keofo, Purnoy, Bates,. "Whorryv
Captain Reavls, Llnstrum," Compton,
Hugg, Shoemacher, Anderson, Chit
teck, Rockio, Spohn and F Roavis.
Eighty casos-of -a contagious- throat
.Infectfqn hayo dQVelopjBAjDnjthjajcajgk
pus. Fraternity and boarding houses
are being fumigated. In one case sev
eral students gave their own blood to
relievo a fellow student. X
FAIR MAIDENS BLOSSOM
OUT IN SPRING PLUMAGE
Bright and Dashing" .Colors Radiate
Over Canipjifc- How JDo You
Like the New, Styles?
What a great' change In- ttio campus
has that ono short week of vacation
worked! All the girls went horaejn
their sober, winter plumage and re-'
turned, resplendent in 'all tho -vivid
colors of spring. ItT fact, the more '
colors they can-wear, the more chic
tholrcostumo.. Take- a; grepfi. coat, a
red plaid skirt, a rainbow hat and tan
shoes and they give the best, possible
imitation of Aurora Borealls (and,
everyone knows she's an authority).
But don't worry, girls; wo are ,for
your cunning ways. It takes a Ne
braska girl to achieve the acme of'
style and convey tne right, Idea -eyen
at school, 4n fact, the words of tfie
poet would fit every ono of the damsels
who flit through the gates.
She weajs tho sweetest little Bat, 4 "
All ribbons, but it isn't that
She has a nobV lltle coat,
Thatcpmes upsnuglyrpund her ihrokt,
Sho has a ruffled little skirt,
That so becomes the little flirt;
It Isn't that, she's so complete,
So fetching from her head to feet.
It ish't hat, or frock; or curt
It's just the whole, bewltehUr girl, ,
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