The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 08, 1914, Image 1

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VOL. XIII. NO. 143
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914.
Price 6 Cents
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GIRLS' TRACK MEET
ADVISORY SYSTEM
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
?V'
ONLY THREE SCHOOLS IN COUN
TRY THAT HAVE GIRLS' MEETS -
ON WED,, MAY THIRTEENTH
Baseball Games Between Freshmen
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and-Sophomores !xcackfcyejitsto.
Include Dashes, Hurdles, Run
ning, Shot Put and Relay.
The thiro' minimi girls' track meet
will be held, on Nebraska Field. Wed
nomlny nfternoon. May 13, at 2:00
p.. m. All girls will be excused from
classes" for this event and all young
men Interested may take In the meet
for the sum of one dime.
Nebraska Is one of the three schools
in the country that have girls track
meets; the other two are Vassar and
Berkeley. This fact was learned after
-a-thorough-invstlgatiojx M atlilejic
departments of the various schools
throughout the country. After the
meet the girls of the department ex
pect to compile, and publish their
records along with those of the results
of the co-ed meets of the other two
schools. ,
The program will be as follows:
Class 1.
Baseball game between the girls of
the Freshman and Sophomore classes.
CI as 8 2. "
Track Events.
2f-yard dash.
50-yard dash.
40-yard hurdle.
Running high Jump.
Distance throws with basket and
base balls. '
8-pound shot put.
Pole vault.
Class 3.
Interclass Relay.
Six girls chosen for ench team.
Representatives of classes will wear
their respective colors.
Officials of Meet.
Miss Glttings will have-chargo of-
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IDEAL TYPES OF MEN
DISCUSSED BY DR. DROWN
Yale Professor Enjoyed at Convoca
tion Five Different Types
of Ideals.
Dr. Charles R. Brown of Yale, who
spoke at convocation Thursday morn
ing, was warmly appreciated by the
"TiKWd-preseiit. DrrBrown's" magnetic
-What Is Man," drew the attention of
the audience In an unusually powerful
way.
Dr. Brown traced the development
of the ideas of what a man Bhould be
to fulfill the ideals of the people
through five different stages.
In vory earl ytimes man wob re-"
garded as a victim of circumstance
and heredity. His lot was mapped
out for him and was unchangeable.
There are still remnents of adherents
to this belief, who feel that they can
tnko no power or Initiative in their
own hands, for their fate Js settled.
For the most part this view is neg
lected. The second stage in the ideal man
was the ago of the fighter. A man
was measured by IUb strength and
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TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS .
CLEAR ON CANDY SALE
-Y.WCA.. Girls Make Neat Sum
-With-Whlch to-Send- Delegate
to Estes Park.
The Y. W. C. A. candy sale held on
the campus during the Ivy Day fes
tivities cleared almost twenty-five
dollnrs. The money will go toward
sending a delegate to the annual coh-
"ventionnt Estes Park.
The candy sold almost as rapidly
as it could be put Into sacks. A stand
gaily decorated in University colors
formed the center from which the
candy was sent out. A large number
of girls from the different classes
passed among the larg-e crowd with
tlrobaskets uf candy;
California.
A water polo game is one Of the.
great features of the California swim
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meet. The game Is a great novelty
and a grent deal of interest Is being
taken in It.
4Wnols
Tlie board of trustees of tho Univer
sity of Illinois has made Appropria
tions of $250,000 for. a new addition
to tho chemistry building. Plans are
already In shapo and have been sent
out to the contractors. Work will
commence as qon as tho contract has
been granted. Tho remodeled and en
larged building is expected to be ready
to bo occupied next semester.
GREAT MUSIC
KOS
"EL PRESIDENTE"
PHI DELTA CHI INITIATION.
Chancellor Avery Among the Members
Initiated at Llndell Wednes-
day Night.
Phi Delta Chi, the honorary 'Phar
macy fraternity, initiated the follpw
ing members at the Lindell Hotel last
night: Chancellor Avery, Dr. Benton
0. Dales, and A. V. Pearso, of Fair
bury, TRACK TEAM OFF TO
AMES THIS AFTERNOON
Sprinters Stale Nebraska Expects to
Show Most Class In Field
Events.
The Cornhuskers will leave this
afternoon for Des MolneB, Iowa. They
will arrlvn In tlm HjiwWova -nnltnl in.
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night and will stay there until tomor
row morning, when they will take the
motor up to tho Aggie camp. Coach
Reed will accompany tho team, which
will be composed of Captain ReavlB,
LlndBtrum, Myers, Robs, Reese, Zum-
winkle, , Scott, Irwin, McMasters
GoetzOr-IIugg, KratzrJCubilcT4Iowjirdi.
Spohn, Kruse and Nafzlegor. The
sprinters complain of being stale and
that they expect little winning. Ne
braska followers, however, expect to
seo tho sprinters do a pretty fast job
of traveling. Tho 100-yard event will
bo between Irwin and Reeso of Ne-
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BEST EVER
M
ET KLUB
NEBRASKA AGGIES SLIP
ONE OVER ON COTNER
Farmers Beat Their Neighbor Aggies
Have Several GarnesScheduted- -for
the Future. '
Last Tuesday afternoon the Ag Col
lego walloped Cotner to the tune of
6 to 3. This' game took place at the
Cotner ball park. It was a regular
intercollegiate ball game. Both teams
displayed an excellent article of base
ball science. Sides pitched the first
five innings for the Aggies and was
then replaced by Klepser. Klepser
doped out a line of regular big league
pitching. The lineup: Catcher, "Fal"
Morrlssoy; pitcher, Klepser; first
base, Allen and Danly; second Hou
sick; short, Flory; third, Beck and
.(WHnnr; In. ft'" flnlr PPrr' Frank,
Beck and Watson. Box score: Cot
ner, 2 in the first and 1 in tho eighth.
Ags, 1 in the second, 3 in tho. third, 1
in-tho-seventh-and-l-ln-the-oIghUi
Manager Harloy of the Aggies an
nounces the following games, to which
all students are Invited: Seward at
Seward, Saturday-? gulk-Clothlotv-tlie-
following Tuesday. This last game to
id pulled, .uff"un; Nebraska; Fteldr -
These gamos are 4.0 bo tho real article
in the lino of iHTiTuggllnir antT should
'bo seen by all.
lota Sigma Pi Pledges.
Iota Sigma Pi, tho honorary chom
icnl sorority, announces the following
pledges: Harriet Anderson of Genoa,
Julia Anheuser of Omaha, and Mar-
I guerite Dye of Lincoln.
GREAT PLAY
SEATS THIS NOON
REGISTRAR ACTS WITH FACULTY
MEMBERS ON COMMITTEE. '
FOR" BEGINNING STUDENTS
Honor System In Some Form Is Being
Arranged by Special Committee
Doan -ShermanChalnmanjoj
Investigation Committee.
An advisory Investigation commit
tee composed of seven faculty mem
bors, .Mary Graham, doun of women,
and Registrar Vnncll K. Qrcor, roport-
od to the faculty of tho Coilego of
Arts mid Sclonco tho following report
with the recommondntion that:
1. An amended advisory Bystom bp
adopted.
2. All instructors of professional
rank shall bo eligible to servo as ad
visors to students.
All .students shall select and ar-
rango their coursos of study under
the advico of members .of this group.
Advice and Advisers.
4. For tho freshman and tho sopho
more years a special group of advisers
'shall be provided, in order that stu
dents may be assisted to complete tho
required subjects as fully ns poBslbld
within those years. This group of ad
visers shall consist of such professors
as signify their willingness to servo In
this capacity. $
f. It shall bo the duty of advisors to
bo present in their respective office
during registration week in order to
meet the students and to consult with
them in regard to work, registration
nnd future plans. It is expected that
each adviser will become acquainted
with tho group of students assigned
to his advico, in order that ho may bo
able to aid them in securing the best
results attainable in scholarship and
ns members of tho University.
6. Students shall be permitted to
choose their elective studies without
reference to majors or minors, but
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MISS LOWRY VISITS THE
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
Obtains Valuable and Interesting
tormatlon HegardlnirStudent-
In-
Government.
-KZblln-on hpr eastern trip toth.e
National Girls' Club convention, Mlstf
Genevieve Lowry, Nebraska's dele
gate, returned by the way of the Un!-
-vypy r Wiprnnnln and investigated
condltlonsthoro. What she suw nnd
- learned wlU-wulonhdly hn rf Fr'
help to tho locnl Girls' Club In plan
nlng future progress for the Nebraska
University.
The following article Is taken f rem
tho Wisconsin Daily Cardinal with re
gard to Miss Lowry's visit:
"Next to Nebraska. I think that Wis.
consln is tho finest college ' in the
west," said Miss Genevieve Lowiy
S. G. A. Conference officer and Ne
braska delegate. "Tho campus Is
wonderful with Jts woods and lake,
tho buildings are beautiful and ef
ficient, the dean of women is splendid,
and you are further advanced in self
government than any of the collets
I have visited during my trip.".
"L am most Interested, not only In
the women's self-government nsBoda-
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