The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 30, 1914, Image 1

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The Dai ly Nebraskan
VOL. XIII. NO. 137
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, APRIL W 1914.
Price 5 Cents
ENGINEERS INSPECT
THREE MINDS WITH BUT A SINGLE THOUGHT
Ivy Day
May 6
Ivy Day
May 6
V
QUEEN NOMINATIONS
ELECTION OFFICIALS WILL NOT
MAKE LUCKY NAMES PUBLIC.
ELECTION TO BE HELD TODAY
Eighteen Girls to Take Part In May
Pole Dance Complete List Given
Below Rumored May Queen
Is One of the Dancers.
Absolute secrecy is what the elec
tlon officials of tho May Queen elec
tion observed last night and would
not permit any of tho nominations to
bo published. Tho eleotlon proper
will bo held today at tho Library.
Tho names of the candidates will bo
confided to the voters as they present
thomselvcB at the polls.
Tho officials givo as their reason
for silence that some of the senior
girls refused to run if their namos
were mado public. Although this
prohibition and modesty deprives tho
public of very valuablo Information,
still all will wait anxiously until tho
ballots are counted this evening.
Tho May Queen selection is decid
edly a suffragette affair. Only girls
of the senior class are allowed to
vote for their preference
The list of the Bonior girls who will
take part In tho May Polo Dance are
given below. We have it from the
inside that the May Queen will bo
'one out of this number. Each reader
is given one guess: ,
Valeria Bonnell
Elizabeth Scott
Florenco Malono
Marlon Pettis
Amy Armstrong
Bckb Rogers '
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UPPER CLA88MEN WILL MAKE
ANNUAL INSPECTION TOUR.
INVESTIGATE HOME PLANTS
Trip Will Be Taken Tomorrow and
Saturday Omaha Tour Given Up
This Year Havelock Shops
Included In the Itinerary.
(Copyright.)
Erma Naevo
Helen Jess
Goraldlno Gray
Phylis Noilegh
Elizabeth Hydo
Mary Chapln
Johanna Ogden
Mary Rokhar
iMarguorot Long
Marguorot McIIenry
Helen Koehler
GladyB Bunt
COMMANDANT TALKS TO
CADETS ABOUT INSPECTION
Both He and Inspecting Officer Highly
Pleased Delinquent Soldiers
Are Warned.
LAWS WILL SPEND
DAY AT CAPITAL BEACH
Annual Barbecue Fatted Ox Pre
pared Dr. Maxey Returns In
Time for Festivities.
SHORT COURSE STUDENTS
NOW AT THESTATE FARM
About Fifty in Attendance Fewer
Than in the Past Seventh
Annual Event.
Tho seventh annual short courso
offered by tho Agricultural Extension
dopartmont of tho University Farm is
not as liberally attended as has boon
the case In tho past. About fifty
young people, ranging from twelve to
eighteen yearB of ago, selected Tiy tho
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county superintendents of public in
struction throughout tho state, aro in
attendance. Prof. C. W. Pugsley has
tho work In hand and Miss Huldah
Petersen Is assisting him.
Tho young men will receive Instruc
tion In stock judging, farm machinery,
dairying and animal husbandry. Tho
fairer box will engage In sewing, cook
ing and serving, preparation of dairy
products and home decoration.
Last night tho cadets woro relieved
from tho regular routlno of drill to
listen to a lecture delivered by tho
commandant. Ho. commended thorn
on tho work which they did in tho gov
ernment Inspection and said that tho
Inspector was also very much pleased
and really surprised at tho showing
made by tho cadets. Tho inspection,
-AvhicbrwTurtho first-number of-thopro'
gram for that afternoon, gave very
good results. Thoro was only one
man In tho entlro regiment who had a
dirty gun. As tho inspection pro
ceeded, ono thing was very noticeable
in tho manner. In which tho cadets
drilled. They showed tho best kind
of spirit possible. Ho gavo as an ox
ample the little incident which oc
curred when ono company was doing
extended order drill. Tho company
was halted in such a position that a
part of the men woro compollod to Ho
down la a puddlu uf mud. Thuy did Vlolla-aofi
Today is tho day when attorneys
and near-attorneys are at largo. Im
mediately after tho eight o'clock
classes tho laws will dopart for Capi
tal Beach, whorb they will colobrato
their annual barbecue. Tho ontlro
day will bo spent with feasting, sport,
and oratory.
Early UiIb morning tho fatted ox
was propared for tho worst and long
before this tho firo demons com
menced tlioTr worK "
Dr. Maxey is again on tho campuB
and nothing Is lacking for tho most
successful barbecue in tho history of
tho Institution. Watch . tomorrow's
isauo for tho gruosomo details.
THE FIRST ANNUAL ALL- m
UNIVERSITY PICNIC
Large and Varied Program Prepared
Tlckets-onSateTodayand
Tomorrow.
Tegncr Program.
Tho following program will bo given
at tho mooting of the Tegnor Society
next Saturday evening at 8:15 In the
Y. W. C. A. room, Temple:
Vocal solo Ethel Bongtson
Reading v. Axel Swonson
Illinois.
Considerable excitement has de
veloped within the last few days re
garding the Mexican situation. A
large number of tho cadets have signi
fied their intention of enlisting should
war begin. .
not falter, but throw themselves down
in tho mire.' Tho commandant and
tho Inspecting officer were vory much
pleased by this show of spirit. Llou
tenant Bowman also said that tho
reason for tho poorer showing last
year was tho fact that tho regiment
did not work during tho year with tho
inspection in vlow. He followed out a
plan for the year which had for its
climax tho competitive drill which
came toward tho last of tho year.
Under this plan tho government In
spection was left to take care of Itself.
This year, however, tho work was
planned In such a way that the best
possible showing could bo made at
tho inspection.
Ho next spoke for a Bhort time in
regard to delinquencies. All absences
(Continued on Page 4)
Vocal solo Miss Brandoll
STEIHM HAS ADOUT FIFTY
HUSTLERS OUT FOR WORK
Corey, of Old-Time Fame, Makes
Hit Other Men Anxious to
Make Good Showing."
Definite plans have boon made for
tho program on Ivy Day. In tho
morning at ton o'clock the oration
will bo dellvored by Mr. Basyo. After
that tho historic Ivy will bo planted
near tho Law building. After tho
planting, tho May Queen will bo
crowned with duo ceremony, as boflts
such an Important personage. After
tho-erowning-wlll-como-tho-Mny-polo
dance. A novolty in tho way of a
danco is planned for this year that
promises to bo of real Interest.
It has been definitely determined
that both tho Black Masquo and In
nocents will bo selected in the after
noon at tho picnic. Considerable ob
jection was mado to tho selection of
the Masques in tho afternoon, but It
was doomed advisablo in vlow of tho
fact that a largo attendance was de
clared and this wouid help to make
tho afternoon m'oro of an official func-
Tho upper classmen of tho Engineer
ing Collego will mako tholr annual
inspection trip Friday and Saturday,
May 1 and 2. Tho trip this year will
JjiimadothriiuglLtliQyjiriQii8j)JarLt9
in and about Lincoln. Tho committeo
in chargo, composed of Professors
V. L. HoIHster, chairman, J. N. Brldgo
man, C. L. Doan and L. F. Beaton,
decided that becauso many of the on
glnoers were alroady familiar with
tho Omaha Industries as a result of
having taken trips lit the past,tho
best policy would bo to have tho In
spection at homo and reserve Omaha .
for noxt year, when tho event will bo
new again.
Tho Lincoln Commercial Club has
worked-In cooperation with tho com
mittee in their efforts to secure per-
jnlssloiL tp -make- tho inspectlons.TJie
Interest and loyalty of the enterprises
through which tho trips will bo mado
has lightened tho work of those in
chargo.
Tho itinerary of the trip Is as fol
lows:
Friday, May 1.
Havolock Shops Leave Lincoln at
8:15 a. m Thirteenth and O streets.
Leave Havelock at 11:30 a. ra.
Lincoln Gas and Electric Company's
TMant-Moet at plant at 1:00 p. mT"
Leave plant at 2:30 p. m.
Burlington Railroad Company's
Tho football practice last evening
was attended by about fifty anxious
candidates for tho 1914 Stlehm roller.
Corey, tho two hundred and ten
pound youngster, tackle of last year's
freshmen, is performing In great
fashion. Last night ho was drop-kicking,
sending the pigskin for forty-five,
fifty, flfty-flvo, and oven lxty yards.
He was putMng plenty of height in
them an dgettlng them off fast.
Round Houso-OO p. m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 2.
City Water Plant, A Street Meet at
plant at 8:30 a. m.
Cushman Motor Works 10:15 a. ra
ta 12:00 m.
Beatrice Creamery Company's. Ico
Plant 1:00 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. .
(Contlnuod on page 2)
ANNUAL CORNHUSKERS
60 T0PRESS MONDAY
Complete Outline of the Campus Re-'
moval Question Other Orig
inal Features.
& A.
tho Masques and Innocents have not
yet been selected, but will bo an
nounced lator.
Thursday, tickots will bo on sale
on tho campus by tho XI Deltas, tho
sophomore girls' socloty, and on Fri
day tho Silver Serpents will try ly
'their charms to outsell tho XI Delta.
As has boon previously announced,
thp cost of these tickets will be
twgnty-fivo cents each, and besides
admitting tho bearer to all functions
of tho day and entrance to tho park,
will also entitle' each bearer to a
lunch. In spite of tho fact that the
committeo wjll have to pay about five
cents a person for tho use of tho park
and that there will be other expenses,
the committeo will bo able to provide
a really good assortment of eats. Any
(Continued on page 2)
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"Tho 1914 Cornhuskor will bo on tho
press by Monday," declared Editor
Trimble yesterday. A special man Is
horo from Omaha and the final dummy
Is bolng mado. The CornhuBKer start
Is working day and night rushing tho
work through to completion.
The annual will bo out this year in
tho customary tlmo after tho date set
for tho initial appearance.
Several original and interesting in
novations have been introduced In this .
year's Cornhuskor. Instead of tho
customary campus scones in tho front
pages, this portion of tho book will
be devoted to a complete outline of
tho "campus removal" question.
Plans of tho campus as It would l)e
at tho Farm and as it would bo when
extended In tho city have been yfe-'
pared by an export architect. Valu--ablo
Information will also bo pub
lished which will -glvo tho citizens ot
the state, as well as tho students, a
comprehenslvo'vlew of the whole. situation.
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