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THE DAILY NEBEA8KAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA
nHEJD B. DAWSON
Managing Editor P. C Sponoer
AMOtftrteBXlitor...T.jT,IRuth M. Squire
AMOclaU Editor R. V. KoupaJ
Athletic Editor . C K. Monw
Carrie Ooman John Lnnz
W. El Har Gornldlno KaufTman
Kllibwth Hy Hugh Wvickor
Leon Pnhner F. M. Mcrrlam
J. A. Phllllpl
BuilnoM Mnnngor Frank 8. Perklna
Aat Bualnesa Manager.. ItUBaell F. dark
Subscription price $2.00 per year,
payable In advance.
Single ooplcfl, 6 cents each.
Entered at the postofnoe at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ae iecondclaa mall matter,
i ader Uie Aot of Oongy of March 3,
The DAILY NEBRASKAN purpose to
be the frw voice of student eontlment;
to be fair; to be Impartial; to seok advice
a well a offer It; to truthfully picture
oUege life; to go furthor than tha mere
printing of newe by atanding for the
hlgheet Ideal of the University; In short,
te eerve the UnlvoreHy of Nebraska.
Wednesday, May C, 1914
May 15th at tho Auditorium.
Tho Cornhusker nas two $25.00 due
bills for sale on two of Lincoln's lead
inc tailors for $20.00 each. Hero's a
chanco to make $5.00 on a good .suit
of clothes. Apply at Cornhusker
office of business manager.
Phi Beta. Kappa.
The Phi Beta Kappa initiation and
banquet will be held at tho Lincoln
Hotel, Friday, May 8th,, at 6 p. m.
A number of tho girls from tho Y.
W. C. A. will sell candy on tho campus
TueBday and Wednesday, May 5 and 6.
Engineering Notice. T
All men handling tlcketB for tho
Engineers' banquet will please cash
in all tickets Thursday morning, 11
o'clock, M. A. building 102. After that
time all tickets must bo secured from
W. A. Nelson,
W. H. Blxby,
T. E. Wood.
TlcketB Nob. 118. 243: 244 and 245
have been lost. If you have ono of
theso numbers see Blxby, or you will
get turned down at tho hanquot.
W. H. BIXBY. Chairman.
show, "El PreBldente," will go on sale
Friday noon, May 8th. Oliver box
Tho Cosmopolitan Club will meet
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Fac-
Crests, Monogrjam and Let
ters in Gold :and Silver.
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ulty Hall of the Temple. It la. to bo
"Gorman Night." Tho Bona of the
Vatorland will havo charge of tho pro
gram, tho music and tho dancing.
Hand-mado articles In oxcluslvo do
signs Jewelry, pottery, leather. Room
401. Drownell Block.
8TUDENT COUNCIL CON
VENTION HA8 QUORUM
man Bess Rogers Permanent
Yesterday morning during the con
vocation period the student council
convention held its first meeting. Al
though there was more than a quorum
present, tho full number composing
tho convention did not put in an ap
pearance. Frank Perkins wob elected
permanent chairman and Bess Rogers
was mado permanent secretary. The
convontion decided to appoint a com
mittco composed of two members from
each class for the purpose of drafting
a constitution and presenting it to the
convontion at its next regular meet
ing. It was alBO decided to appoint a
committee of three to Investigate con
ditions at Nebraska University and
sec what tho need was for a student
counci), Tho chairman stated that
he would appoint theso committees
after investigating tho fitness of tho
mombers and their knowledge upon
tho subject. Tho meeting adjourned
until a week from Thursday morning.
ANNUAL FETE DAY AN
NOUNCED AS MAY SIXTEEN
Event Will Be Held on University
Field Large Banner to Go
to the Winner.
Tho annual high school fete day will
be held Saturday May 1G on the Uni
versity track. On that day most of
tho high schools belonging to tho Ne
braska High School Athletic Associa
tion will compete in tho track and
field meet for the championship of the
state. Nearly ovory large high school
will bo represented by from three to
ton mon. In all, a hundred athletes
may bo expected to take part In tho
Tho feto day was first started about
ton years ago by tho University as a
means of getting to Lincoln many of
tho high school students of tho state.
Tho athletes and their friends who
come down each year are entertained
by tho students, who take it upon
themselves to show them the advan
tages of the University. This event
has grown in importance rapidly and
each year brings to Lincoln Increased
numbers. It ranks in importance with
the annual high school basketball
Just what the outcome of this year's
meet will bo is hard to predict. Very
little is known about the relative
strength ortlid"VTn,muBTCams to com-
pete this year. LaBt year the Kearney
Military Academy, a dark horse, won
with comparative ease. Whether sho
can repeat ttilB'y6arrspTettyiluclror
a question! No high school appears
certain of a victory.
Prizes, including individual medals
for tho place winners and a loving cup
for the winning team, will be awarded.
Gold sterling silver and bronze
medalB will be awarded to tho win
ners of first, second and third places
and silk badges to the winners of
fourth places. A largo banner will bo
awarded tho winning relay team, and
a handsome loving cup will bo. pre
sented" to the team getting the great
est number of points.
Tbo order ot tho events will be as
Ono hundred-yard dash, 120-yard
hurdles, 880-yard run, 220-yard dash,
-220-yard .hurdles, 440-yard dash, tmo
mllo rujti, 'one-half mile relay, polo
vault, 12-pound' shot put, running high
jump, discus throwr running broad
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(Continued from Fago Ono)
schedule, rules and managers will be
published in book form:
Wednesday, May 6.
E. E. vs. M. E. 10 a. m.
Thursday, May 7.
C. E. vs. Freshman Laws 1 p. ra.
Commerce vb. Freshman Academics
2:30 p. m.
Ags. vb. Senior Laws 4 p. m.
Friday, May 8.
-.vaC. E. 9 a. m. .
Teachers vs. Chemistry 2:30 p. m.
Saturday, May 9.
Senior Laws vb. Commorce 9 a. m.
Teachers vs. Freshmen 10:30 a.m.
Freshman Lams vs. Chemistry 1
M. E. vs. C. E. 4 p. m.
Monday, May 11.
C. E. vs. Freshmen 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, May 12.
E. E. vs. Teachers 2 p. m.
M. E. vs. Commerco 3:30 p. m.
Wednesday, May 13.
C. E. vs. Senior LawB 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, May 14.
E. E. vs. Chemistry 1:30 p. m.
Ags. vs. Freshmen 3 p. m.
Friday, May 15.
Teachers vs. FreBhman LawB 2:30
Saturday, May 16.
Chemistry vs. Commerco 10:30
E. E. vb. Freshmen 1 p. m.
M. E. vs. Senior Laws 9 a. m.
Monday, May 18.
Ags. vs. Freshman Laws 2:30 pm.
M. E. vs. Chemistry 3:45 p. m.
Tuesday, May 19.
E. E. vs. Senior Laws 1:30 p. m.
Wednesday, May 20.
Freshmen vs. Freshman Laws 2:30
C. E. vs. Commerce 3:45 p. m.
Thursday, May 21.
Ags. vs. Chemistry 1 p. m.
Senior Laws vs. Teachers 2:30
, Frldayi May 22.
Commerce vs. Freshman Laws
2:30 p. m.
C, E, vs. Chemistry 3; 45 p. ni
Saturday, May 23.
Ags. vs. E. E. 10:30 a. m.
Commerco vs. Teachers 1 p. m.
Freshmen vs. Senior Laws 2:30
M. E. vs. Freshman Laws 4 p. m.
Monday, May 25.
Chemistry vs. Freshmen 2:30 p. m.
M. E. vs. Ags. 3:45 p. m.
Tuesday, May 26.
E. E. vs. Freshman Laws 1 p. m.
Wednesday, May 27.
C. E. vs. AgB. 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, May 28.
Senior Laws vs. Chemistry 2:30
E. E. vs. Commerce 3:45 p. m.
Friday, May 297
Ags. vs. Commerce 3:45 p. m.
C. E. vs. Teachers 2; 30 p. m.
Saturday, May 30.
M. E. vs. Teachers 9 a. m.
M. ti. vs. I'TeBiimen l p. m.
Freshman Laws vs. Senior Laws
2:30 p. m.
Monday, June 1. -
AgSi vs.r Teachers 2:3
People We Know.
Chancellor Avery and Doctor Con
dra returned from Kearney yesterday,
where they havo been attending the
Conservation Congress. t During tho
congress the Chancellor gave an ad
dress on "Tho University." About
twelve hundred feet of film woro
shown,' Including "How -Jones Mado
One hundred and ono fellowships
were awarded to graduate Students ;at
Chicago University a. fow days ago.
Theao students ,tworo chosen from
every department of- tho University.
The fellowships will yield free tuition
to tho winners and In some case a
Balary of $400.00 annually.
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Go With the Crowds to
Rebuilding and Remodeling
University School of Music
Opposite the University Campus, 1 1 th and R Sts. In
structions Given in All Branches of Music Students
may Enter at Any Time. Beginners Accepted.
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director
UWL0R CYCLE t SPORTING GOODS GO. 1423 0 St.
FIRST LEAGUE GAME.
Electrical Engineers Will Meet the
Mechanical Engineers This Morn
ing at Ten O'clock.
Tho-fli-Hl-samo of the Interelaa
Baseball League will bo hold Wednes
day morning at 10 o'clock on Ne
braska Field. The Electrical En
glneers and a fast game Is promised.
No admission. .wllL bo charged. AM
members of both teams, will report In
uniform and with gloves.'
By orders of Captains Brown and
On the 23rd of Aprlt'lh'o University
of Denver mot the University of
Wyoming in their annual debato. The
question was tho adoption of a logal
minimum wage for all unskilled labor.
The whole debate was a hotly contest
ed affair. Tho Denver team upheld
tho afOrmatlvo, while tho Wyoming
team defended the negative. Tho de
cision, was against the minimum wage
and consequently against Denver.
Wyoming, showed great skill both In
handling material and evidence as well
afi "in dellYer'y:. The Denver team,
however, is to bo congratulated on tho
way they handled their debato.
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On Men s Hats
On Trunks and Bags
Spalding and Victor Base
ball,Timig & Track Outfits.
Supplies .for every Sport.
A70 cure for it, like a
' cooL comfortable
SPRING SUIT and we
are the men that can
Drop in on us and
look over our line.
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