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VOL. XIII. NO. 154
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1914.
Price 6 Cents
EASY FOR NEBRASKA
THAT POOR MEXICAN DOG
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METHODISTS UNABLE TO WITH
STAND ATTACK OF HU8KERS.
"SEVEN" BREAKS 2 RECORDS
Romp Away With the Meet by a Score
or 85 to 45 Coetze Wins the Mile
In Nice Race Missouri Va!
1 ley Meet Saturday.
Saturday afternoon before a fair
sized bunch of track enthusiasts
-mostly Wcaleyan by the way Ne
braska defeated Wesleyau easily, win
ning by the score of 85 to 45. From
the very start it was evident that Ne--braska
would bo an easy vlctoiv-By
taking the high hurdles and the 100
yard dash the Cornhusker athletes had
amassed 16 points before their op
ponents Bcorod at all.
The meet throughout was lntorest-
ingaudfurnlBhed-8everal good events.
Competition was keenest in the longer
.j-uns, where both teams were quite
evenly matched. In the mile run
Goetze defeated Qllllgan In a nice
race, winning In 4.41. In the half-mile
run Kublk won handily In 2 07. The
two-mile run was taken by Brunig in
the good time of 10:19. Altogether,
Nebraska won ten firsts and seven
seconds to Wealeyan's three firsts -and
six seconds; "Seven" Myers was the
best point winner, scoring 18 points
by taking first in the shot put, the dis
cus and the high Jump and. second in
the broad jump. He broke the Uni
versity record In the shot put by heav
ing It 39 feet 4 Inches. He also made
a good -mark In the high jump when
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FRESHMAN TRACK ARTISTS
WIN FROM DOANE TIGERS
"Babe" Reavls Makes Sensational
Pole Vault of 12 Feet and
The Ineligible Track Team gave the
Doane Tigers a most unpleasant sur
prise when they twisted tho tall of the
Striped animal in its own lair to the
tune of 81-27. Of tho twelve firsts tho
Freshmen nabbed eleven. Some of
the results wore most extraordinary.
"'Babe" Roavis, tho second of tho new
species from Richardson county,
known as "Hoapmuch Polevaulter,"
cleared the bar at 12 foot 4 Inches.
"Tony" Vldal leaped 5 feet 10 Inches
"Shylock" Corey took tho discus
with a gentle swlnjf of 108 feet.
"Mr. O'Brien, In characteristic 8wed-
lsh fashion, won tho shot put with a,
Henloy romped away with the half
mile In 2:08, while Captain Ralph
Waldo Emorson Anderson annexed the
mile In 4:42.
"Horr" Deer-lng, like the fleet
footed animal from whom ho descends,
took the hundred.
"Mosos" Bates, alias J'Speck," sur
prised the stands by winning tho 220
in 23:2 and tho 440 in 53:2.
Maxwell took first in both hurdle
events in 17 and 27, respectively.
Deering won second in the 100 and
O'Brien second. In tho broad jump.
The Doanltes forfeited the relay.
All in all tho job was done neatly,
cleverly and in a most gentlemanly
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$150 OFFERED AS PRIZE
FOR NEXT KOSMET PLAY
Klub Making Effort to Get Material
in Early -Show to Be Given
The plays submitted for tho Kosmet
Klub prlzo will bo due next September,
at tho beginning of school, This Is to
enable the Klub to produce Its play
during the first semester of school,
during the regular theatrical season,
and will also make It possible to take
tho play Into Omaha and several other
towns In the stato, something the
Klub was unable to do this year be-
cause of tho lateness of tho date of
The Kosmet prize has always
aroused a great deal of interest among
tho aspiring dramatists of tho school,
both because of the financial remuner
ation involved, and because of tho fact
that the play is produced with the
best talent that can be obtained and
is one of the big events of the school
Tho Klub has docldod to offer tho
"prlzo'lira'lump one Uundred"and"flftyi
dollars for the play, lyrics and music
all of which must be turned In at the
same time. Tho object of this is to
got songs which were written with a
they are to appear. Therofore, libret
tists and musicians who are contem
plating working on a Kosmet play are
advised to got In touch with one an
other during the summer. The. win
ning contestants are at liberty to split
up tho prize In any manner thoy seo
fit. Announcement, of tho actual date,
the manuscripts are duo will ho ma'de
at the time of the opening of school
Prize Drill Cups.
Commandant Bowman announced
yesterday that the cups to be given to
tho winners of the annual competitive
drllls.are on exhibition at the, HarriSr
SartoiTJewelry Company. '
'SEVEN" MYERS BREAKS
TWO RECORDS SATURDAY
"Seven" One of the Biggest Men
Nebraska Athletics High Jump
and Shot Put.
Every lover of sport missed a treat
by not attending tho meet held last
Saturday on Nebraska Field. Tho,
most brilliant performing of the after
noon was done by Charles Myers, a
junior In the College-of Agriculture.
"Seven," as ho is best known, Is from
York, Nebraska. Ever since his efy
trance at Nebraska, "Seven" haB been
doing his best to make tho University
bi'ttor-for his having mren here
his sophomore year "Seven" broko tho
world's rocord in tho running high
kick. This spring "Seven" wont after
all previous records In events In which
ho takes part. Four weeks ago ho
broko the University rocord In the
discus when he broke his own rocord
of 121 feet by a throw of 125 feet 6
Inches. Saturday he broko tho shot
put record by a put of 39 foot 4 inches.
The .previous record, was held by John
-Well or and Sid CoiUns usoven'.'.
uroKo ine seconu recoru oi me auor
noon when ho cleared the bar in the
high jump at 5 feet 10 inches, which
Iff thTro-fourthB-onm Inch more than
tho previous performances of Corn
husker stars, which have stood since
1905 and 1908. Besides three firsts
last Saturday, "Seven" won second' In
tho broad jump, making 18 points for
WIN FROM HIGH SCHOOL
First Year. Debaters Defeat South
Omaha Boys "Votes for
Omaha, Neb.,' May 23. The Nebras
ka University f resnmen won last even-
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PREMEDICS 8PENT WEEK
END IN CITY OF OMAHA
Had Auto Rides, 8aw Operations,
Tennis Games, and Had an All
Around Good Time.
About; thirty of tho embryo doctors
enjoyed a trip to Omaha, Friday. This
trip concluded tho program of second
annual Medio Week. The crowd was
mot at tho train by several Omaha
doctors, and then taken by auto to the
Unlvorslty Club rooms, where a re-
in-j-ccption was hold by tho-faculty of-
the, school, and by former University
students. Luncheon was served at
the club rooms.
Tho students wore next taken on an
automobile tour around Omaha for. a
couple of hours. Thoy wore then
taken to tho large now laboratory
building of tho Medical School. Aftor
Inspecting tho laboratories, which aro
as finely equipped as any school In the
east," thoy attended tho finals In tho
I luuum luuuiujr.
Ohio Moyors and George Farnan
contested for the "Stokes Cup."
tho evening at Jacobs Hall. After tho
reception an informal dance was
Saturday morning cllnlcu wore held
at the different hospitals. Many seri
ous operations wore performed, In
cluding one for cancer by Dr. Jonas at
the Methodist hospital. One by Dr.
Davis on the' gall bladder. 'Those op
erations were tho1 first seen by; many
of the premedlcs, so gasping and
fainting among the
The Nu Sigma Nu gave a dance at
the Happy Hollow Club Friday night
and the Phi Rho SIgmaa gave a party
at Turpin's Hall Saturday night
TO -HEAD NEBRA8KAN 8TAFF
NEXT 8EM ESTER.
STEWART MANAGING EDITOR
Richard V. Koupal First Associate
L. 0. Chatt, 8econd Associate
No Change In Bust
Christian A. Sorenson was chosoa
yostorday by tho Student Publication
Board to bo odttor-ln-chTof of Tho
Daily Nebraska for noxt semester.
Cloyd V. Stewart is to bo managing
editor and Richard V. Koupal and L. O.
-Chatt will-bo-aBBOCtntooTlUor8. tuo
btiHlness staff will remain next semes
ter in tho hands of tho present staff,
Frank Porkins will contlnuo as busi
ness manager and Russell F. Clark
will bo his assistant.
man In Unlvorslty affairs. He took his
springs and will recelvo his law
dogree next year. Mr. Sorenson camo
to tho Unlvorslty from Grand Island.
College, where he took his first years
of undergraduate work. He has repre
sented tho University of Nebraska in
debate against tho Unlvorslty of Illi
nois in 1912 and aglnst tho Unlvorslty
nf Tnwp in 1fl13. Hn 1h prnHJilnnt nf
the honorary public speaking fratern
ity, Phi Alpha Tau, and a member of
Delta Sigma Rho. He Is a fellow ia
the department of Political Sclonco
and Sociology and a momhor of Delta
Cloyd Stowart is perhaps best
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FOR ESTES PARK TRIP
Ten Men Have Definitely Decided to
Go and Others Are Seriously
definitely decided to attond the Stu
dent Summer Conference to be hold,
at Estos Park, In Colorado, from Juno
9th to tho 18th: D. F. ShowaUer, J. B.
Watson, S. R. Plor, C. E. Seaitold, L. M.
McRoynolds, C. T. Wiswell, Royal
Posoy, O. O. Ollngor, C R.-Edmelst'or,
and B. L. Ewlng, secretary of the Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. Olany other Ne
braska men aro plannlng"on attending1
this conference along with men from
tho colleges of Colorado, Kansas, New
Moxlco, South Dakota, Utah, and
John R. Mott, Dr. Clarence A. Barbour,
Bishop F. J. McConnell, Dr. Prank T.
Bayloy, and A. J. ("Dad") Elliott are
some of tho prominent menwho will
he at the conference and are on tho
Tho program as outlined consists of
(1) Bible study, (2) The Study of tho
spread of Christianity, (3) Conference
meetings, (4) Association methods,
(5) Evangelism, (6) Life work Insti
tutes, (7) Personal interviews. .Ar
rangements have been, made for a
great deal of recreation, such as fish
xtt tannin boatlncr and trlns. None
a, . v .. . v
of these things wlll interfere with the
The general secretary of the Unl-'
verslty Y. M. C. A. states that he Is
J ready and willing to explain further
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