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FheBai ly Nebr askan
VOL: XIII. NO. 121
UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1914.
Price 6 Cents
1SKERS DO WELL
SI6 ALPHS VICTORS
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GUNTHER WINS 8EC0ND AND
PA8CAL THIRD AT CHICAGO.
GO TO 5TEXAS WEDNESDAY
Nebraska's Team at Chicago Makes
Exceptionally Strong Showing
Meet at Lincoln Next Year
Southwlck 8how8 Class.
Phil Southwlck, gymnast; Fred
Ounthnr, Carl Ganz' and PaBcal,
wrestlers, aro back from Chicago.
Southwlck appeared in tho gymnastic
events and did very creditable work.
In tho wrestling, Gunther won second
In hiB weight. Gunther throw tho
Minnesota and Indiana men and lost
to Hobbett of Iowa in tho finals.
Ganz lost to Myers of Indiana by a
decision. "Pascal- throw the 'Chicago
man and Jost a twenty-minute draw
-with Indiana, who throw Minnesota
and won first.
Tho meet next yoar will bo held in
Lincoln, and prospects aro very good
for a successful meet
Coach Reed is introducing a novelty
into spring track work. Every Thurs
day evening the track squad will take
dinner together at tho Templo. A
nominal feo of 25 cents will be
charged Mr. Reed hopes to promote
a more friendly feeling between the
members of the team. It Is hardly
possible, with tho men living apart, to
know much of one another without
oncon a-whllo meetings aslde-f rom on
.the cinder path. 0
Tho Nebraska wrestling team leaves
Wednesday evening for Austin, Texas,
where they will tackle tho Texas Uni
versity men Saturday evening. The
men will reach Austin about Friday
noon. Friday afternoon they will tako
a spin on tho road and end ,up with a
light workout in the Texas gym. They
will then rest up until Saturday even
ing, when tho-meetTwlll-bo-BtagedT- "
Coach Stiehm had about twenty-five
JootbalL men. jout Jastniglit, Jt wja a
mighty peppery meeting and a very
satisfactory one. Tho men are getting
help that-they would never get in. the
fall simply because they now receive
individual instruction from the head
CO-EDS QUARANTINED ON
Doctor Declares It to Be Dlptherla
Another Student Attacked"
Emily Wol80 and Marguerite Blrbon
baugh, rooming at 331 North Thir
teenth street, were quarantined Satur
day morning with diphtheria. The
girls have been put in charge of a
nurso and confined to the third floor."
Tho remainder of tho house was fumi
gated so as to kill any germs. The
girlB who wero fortunate enough to
escape the quarantine objected to tho
smell of ,tho formaldehyde, and the
health officer was compelled to take
them out in his car for an airing.
Harry Rokahr, another University
student, rooming at 1337 R street, also
found- it necessary tOrgo Into confine1
ment on account of an attack of small
Vox. Ho was taken to the isolation
hospital Saturday morning. The other
eleven boys rooming at this placo were
vaccinated by the. health authorities.
SENIOR PLAY TRY-OUTS - -
Proceeds to Be Divided Want Play
Early in May Assessment Ex
changed for 8eat8.
Senior play tryouts tonight marks
tho first stop in tho active preparation
of the 1914 class play. Whllo tho
number trying out is hot as largo as
-the. committee, desires, yet there is
plenty of material for a capable cast.
A number have hositated to try out
because they thought there were many
others trying out. The result has
boon, especially among tho girls, that
it has been necessary for tho commit
tee to personally urge somo of tho
most capable members of tho class to
Miss Howell, who Is to coach tho
play, is to bo tho solo judge of tho try
outs. They will bo held in tho Dra
matic Club rooms and contestants
should register for places with Don
Ahrons,r wWwill top in IT106 from "11
to 12 o'clock today.
"" The committee appointed by Presi
dent Hascall has mado arrangements
for the disposition -of the proceeds of
tho play. Tho first two hundred dol
lars of net receipts is to be devoted
to tho payment of tho class debt and
tho balance, If thero is any, is to go
to the chairman and 'manager of the
play. This is a larger amount than
any previous class has realized from
the senior play, tout tho committee felt
that the manager this year was not
entitled to as, .much as has been cus
tomary in the past because the "class
this year is badly in .debt .'
There is a strong sentiment among
the oommitteo and prospective mem
bers of tho cast in avor of giving tho
play early in May this, year. May 8th
is the dato that has b'een suggested.
May 30 was tho dato originally agreed
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DE LUXE CORNHU8KER
QFFERED FOR POEM
Seniors Getting Frantic Urgent Call
for Poets and Near-Poets to
8eek the Muse.
Can you write a poem? If you can
tho senior class needs you and needs
you bad. So urgent Is tho demand for
somo ono to pen a senior poem that
Mr. Gill, tho chairman of tho commit
tee in charge, has offered a do luxo
-1014-Cornhusoker- to -the-person who
writes it Hero is your chanco to
beat Mr. Swift at his own game. Sov
oral lyricists about tho campus have
signified their intentions of walking
homo arm-in-arm with tho big book,
but so ftr intentions aro all that have
been offered. If you havo over -writ-ton
a. Thyme Jnyourlifo, Jmakeuan
filtoit, The .competition.. lB.nQt-knfln.:
If you mako an nttempt anywhoro
near credible you will win tho prom
ised reward and havo your name writ
ten in" tho halls of fame for all times.
SENIOR DELEGATES' TO
Ten Members of Graduating Class Are
Selected First Appoint-
President Haskell or the senior class
leads with the appointment of dole
gates to tho Student Council consti
tutional convention. The following is
tho list: -
Bessie B. Rogers.
Erma G. Naoye.
S. S. Griffin.
R. A. Smith.
J. L. Drlscoll.
W. 0. Weiss,
R. F, Lyman.
J. W. Whlsenaud,'
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Reconsiders Resignation "Head Pro
feasors" Abolished at Sen-
Students at tho .Farm" are particular
ly exuberant over tho fact that Pro
fossor Hopt, instructor in field crops,
has reconsidered his resignation of
last week and will remain with tho
University or'NotoraBka: Tho-difflcul--tios
out of which his resignation arosp
havo been adjusted and it is hoped
by all that there will be no further
cause for trouble.
At a mooting -of tho University Son
ate last Saturday morning complete
reformation of the .faculty system of
the TJnlvoraItybf "Nebraska -waB dls--
cussed in abolishing the titlo of "head
Thq titlo "adjunct professor" was
formally abolished, leaving four ranks
of professors below the "chairman"
fesBor, associate profes'sor and profes
sor. . -
, Tho "head professors" who will be
come "chairmen" subject to removal
are Professors Alway, Barbor, Bar
bour, 'Bruner, Caldwoll, Chase, Chat
burn, Clapp, Condra, Fling, Fossler,
Frandsen, Fryo, Hoffman, Howard,
Kiessolbach, Lees, Loomls, Luckey,
Pugsley, Skinner, Wilcox and Wolfe.
Farm House Banquet.
Tho Farm House fraternity held
their annual banquet at the chapter
house Friday evening. H. C, Merrick
presided as toastmaster. Toasts wero
given by A. V. KJelson, O. W. Sjogren,
R. W. Carpenter, R. O. Smith, P. T,
Meyers 'and V. J. Heinle. "Saturday
evening an informal party was held
at the Temple The following alumni
were present: R. H. Camp, H. C. Mer
rick, W, D. Stolk and A. H. Beckhoff.
FOR THE THIRD
NOW THE OWNERS.
THETAS WIN SORORITY RELAY
Phi Delta Theta Gets Second Place
"86ven" 'Myers Easily Outclassed
By winning tho intor-frat indopr ath
letic moot for tho third time, tho
camo tho permanent possessors of tho
championship shlold laBt Saturday
aftornoon. This shield was offorod a
numbor of years ago by tho Intor-Frat
Board and will horoattor.. adorn tho
walls of tho Sig Alph house Second
place was wdn"uy lJhrT3oIta Theta
and third, .by Alpha Theta Chi. Only
fivo toams woro entered in the meet
and a small crowd attended tTio ex-
hlbitlon. "Sovon" Myora of tho Big
Alph fraternity was clearly, the 'bright
and Bhlning light of tho entire ovent,
capturing four first places, nottlng
twonty points, and also making' a good
run in tho rolay raco. ,.
Phi Delta Thota easily took th.o first
tfaroo places in tho polo vault with
their artists, tho Roavls brothers and
"Stonoy" Linstrum. The total num
bor of points for tho different fraterni
ties wero as follows:
Sig Alph ,vTr.T....74iY,..3i
tPhi-Doit T: . . . :'. ; . .28-
Alpha Thot r. ,;;...,, 23 '
Phi Gam ......,,.. IB
Beta ..,. .'..-..... 5
Thetas Have Fastest Man.
Ono of tho most excltlng&evonU .of
tho afternoon was the inter-sorority
rolay raco, which was easily won by
Kappa Alpha Thota, with- Delta
Gamma, second. ""Tho members of the
winning team were; Rood, Israol,
Oliver and Howard. Tfio fioIIowTng
sororities entered teams: Alpha (Delta
Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta and
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AT LINDELL SAT. NIGHT
Large Number of Alumni and Active
Merniwra Present at Annual
Tho Delta Gammas held their an
nual banquet at tho Llndoll Hotel, Sat
urday evening. About eighty-Aye ac
tlvo members and alumnlUwere pres
ent. Tho outrof-town guests were:
Lena Deweeso, Mrs, Maurice Deutacfc;
Dorothy Ringwalt, Elma Milikeo,
Clara Schneider, Winifred 'Sherraaa
Updike, Carol and Hazel Howard, Mm.
"Paul Hoagland, Mrs. Russell Harris,
Emma and Augusta Harngberger, Mar
garet Guthrie) Ruth, Gould, Mr. Jam
Evans, Mrs. Harold Evarts, Mr. L. W.
Titus, Ethel Tukey, In Sackett, Mr
Carl Shafer, Marguerite Stewart, Ruth
Sterne, Mrs, Arthur Smith, Mrs. W. 0.
L. Ramsey, M,ra, Lyle Milllk, Am
Minor, Madge Medlrith, Mra. Fr4
Cusoaden, Mrs. X. C. Cutter, WUW
mlna Bucher, Irene Brown a4 Lain,
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