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GIRLS' TRACK MEET
(Contlnuod from pago 1.)
tho track ovcntH mid MIhs Boghtol will
conduct tho bnHoball gnmc. Mildred
Scovillo will net us announcer. Tho
BtartorH mid Judgon of tho meet are:
Gertrude Van Drlelr
NEBRA8KA ACADEMY OF
8CIENCE8 MEET8 TODAY
Governor Morehead Speaks at Nine
O'clock Blon Arnold Also on
TRACK TEAM OFF TO
AMES THIS AFTERNOON
(Continued from Pago Ono)
Frame Your Diplomas!
While they are new and
fresh. This also
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DOES THIS KIND OF WORK
-hritaku and CollluaandKuBor qf
Ames. Doth Collins and Irwin did this
uvent in 10 seconds flat last Saturday,
and a fast raco is certain.
In tho ipilo run Seder and Snyder
of Ames will oppose McMnsters and
Gootzo. Sodor did 4:40 against Mis-
rHiOUri-laKt-W-OOk, finn'n, wlin wnfl in-
Jurcd so sovorely that ho was unable
to go to Kansas, is again in shape to
put up a light. McMastors is also fast
rounding into form.
Nobel of Ames and Llndstrum and
Kruse will light it out in tho high
Zumwinklo and Scott uilL,go in tho
440 against Wilson and Ivarson. Wil
son, last Saturday, ran tho distance in
51:3, while Zummlo took 52:4.
In tho polo vault, Stoney and Cap
tain Doodlo will endeavor to win first
and second over Smith of Amos.
"Seven" Myers and Clinton Popper
Hobs will do tho heavies in both tho
discus and shot.
In tho low hurdles Stonoy Llnd
strum and Nafzlgor will run for Ne
braska. Haggard of Ames will run
agalnsti uigg- 4imTzlCilbllCTlnzllicr-hnlt
mile. Doodle and Herb itee.se will
broad jump against Moad
Kratz and Gootze will do the two
mile run and expect to do it up brown.
In tho half mile relny, Scott. Reese,
Irwin and Zunjwlnklo will compete
iLguhmt Ifnrqpr, Hull Wilson and Col-
nB yot, but it looks like Scott, Kublk,
Gootzo mid Zumwinkle opposod by
Pearson, Jverson, Kaiser and Collins.
At 8:30 o'clock this morning tho
twenty-fourth annual session of the
Nebraska Academy of Sciences will
lroHl-arnooting ln room-206-of tho
Mechanical Engineering Building. Up
to nine o'clock business matters of
tho organization will be attended to,
nnd after that hour Governor More
head will give an address of welcome.
Erwln II. Barbour will respond to this
Tho program of the meeting will be
gin with n report on the Iowa Acad
emy of Science meeting by President
J. C. Jensen, b. W. HayeB, president
of tho Peru Normal, speaks on "Med
ical Inspection in Schools"; William
F. Rlggs of tho Croighton University
will speak on "The Arlington Wire
less Time Signals"; Dean Charles
Fordyce will Bhow the. progress made
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
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Supplies forevery Sport.
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on "The Wastes in Toachlng," and
Dr. C. E. Condra will show tho motion
pictures taken In Nebraska. Doctor
Bessey and E. C. Hurd will give talks
which will be followed by a live dis
cussion of engineering events of the
day by tho famous consulting en
gineer, Blon J. Arnold.
AND STUDENTS DISMISSED
Put Two Freshmen on Baseball Team
Against the Rules Clean Ath-
Scarf slide space
and lock front
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The Northwestern University has
been experiencing some trouble with
Its baseball team. It seems that in a
recent game with tho University of
MInneBotatAVo freshmen in The denial
school were playod, contrary to the
Conference rules. Tho men were both
playing under assumed names. As a
result tho coach of athletics lias been
dismissed and the captain of tho team,
McCosh, has been expelled from tho
University: Bot-h- thono mwii it win
IDEAL TYPES OF MEN
DISCUSSED BY DR. BROWN
(Continued from pago 1)
power of kllllirgrrnther-than-from-ln-
tolloctunl strength. Echoes of this
idea are found in tho regard for blue
coats and brass buttons.
Tho Industrial viov overshadowed
tho military idea. This is an ideal of
our times, but it, too, Is doomed. .Men
are measured according to this stand
ard by their number of bank notes.
This standard Is conducive to both
good and evil good Insofar as gain
4qHClitrnlly mnfln aa a reBiilt of Indi-
dlscovered, knew of or actually in-
stlgated tlio plan to pTay These Tn eli
gible men. Tho stand taken by tho
University, which has demoralized tho
team and caused the forfeiture of both
the Perdue and Indiana games, has
been generally praised by the college
men and by other universities. Public
opinion has declared itself in favor of
clean, rulo-abiding sport.
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LINCOLN? MUSICAL COLLEGE
EIGHT MEN COMPOSE
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vidual ability, and bad from tho stand
point of greed to which It gives rise.
Tho next Ideal Is that of man as a
thinker,- an, lntelectual giant rather
than n physical or Industrial pno. A
man Is able to have more Influence
f-through writing grants-things thanl
from killing whole nrmiQS. Milton
and Shnkospearo aro examples of this
idoal. Man at his host is the man
But the greatest pf nil men, says
Dr. Brown, Is the man who ilf tho
servant of all. The man who realizes
himself is tho ono who most com
pletely serves. This is true In tho
school, tho home, tho church and in
tho world. Utility determines tho es
timate which wo place upon men, as
is shown by tho honor wo glvo to such
men as Lincoln and Gladstone. Tho
true secret of Christ's Influence and
of any groat man's influence is un
selfish service. If this principle is
taken as tho guiding principle in tho
lives of men they will feel at its close
tllat they have sjipnt tholr time In the
most efficient manner.
Tennis practice has been going on
quite steadily the past few days. With
tho Missouri Valley meet only two
wnoks off, hard and consistent work
will bo necessary the rest of the time.
The men havo been severely handi
capped by tho inclement weather and
are not in nearly as good trim as their
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