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, VOL. XIII. NO. 157
UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914.
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"PROCESSION STARTS IMMEDI
ATELY AT 10:00 O'CLOCK.
ALBERT SHAW IS TO SPEAK
Baccalaureate Address In Memorial
Hall Sunday Evenly 1,-Wednesday
Alumni Day University Band
to Lead Line of March.
The week for the scnlora opens
Sunday with, the baccalaureate ad
XJ, dress in Memorial Hall at 8:00 in the
of the First Christian church of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa. Except for a meeting
of the Board of Regents Tuesday, the
lioxt day of events iff Alumni Day,
Wednesday, Juno 10. From 9:00 in
the morning until 2:00 in the after
noon various alumni class breakfasts
and dinnors will be hold. At 3:00
p. m. tho alumni address will bo given
"s." by William Linn Westor.raann, ,pro
"71 -fos'sor of ancient "history in the "Uni
versity of Wisconsin. At 4:30 p. m. a
business mooting of tho general
alumni association will bo held. From
6:00 to 9:00 p. m. an alumni banquet
tvIU bo held at tho University Farm.
Chancellor Avory will address the
alumni on this occasion.
Thursday, Juno 11, Ib Commence
ment Day and at promptly 10:00 a. m.
Ttho procession will leave Library Hall
for St. Paul's M. E. church, where
Albert Shaw, Ph. D., LL. D., editor of
th' American Review of Reviews, will
address tho graduates. Tho lino of
March will bo headed by the Univer
sity Band, followed by tho Regents,
Chancellor and guests of tho Univer
sity. Administrative officers and mem
bers of tho faculty are next, followed
by alumni and formor studonts. Can
didates for degrees, together with stu
dents and friends, will complete the
line. E. N. Bowman, Lieutenant of In
fantry ,-U. S. A., and Commandant, will
1914 CORNHUSKERS HAVE
Nebraska Makes Remarkable Record
in Athletics Excels Irv All
Lines of Sport.
Today th6lU14CoTiltiUBKcTS-uro to
bo distributed; The annual publica
tion has tho most complete athletic
section ever attempted at Nebraska.
Tho story of tho athletlo achievements
of the spring of" 1913 and tho school
year 1013-14 is there sot forth In word
And picture. To try to sum up the
era In anything else than detail would
be an Insult to the greatest crop of
-vtetorieo-ovoiu.rononlnn' nti theNa
Jusl remember that "Nig" Purdy'B
team played oight games and won
eight, that Ross Haskell's basket toss
era -played seventeen games winning
fourteen, tying one 'ant losing two.
For the last three years 'the " Corn-,
huskers have not lost a Missouri Val
ley football or basket ball game.
Track this spring has tied one and
broken four old records. As, this pa
per goes to its campus readers eight
men of this year's track team are
warming up In th$ preliminaries of
the Missouri Valley meet which. Is be
ing held In St. Louis,
The teams next year bear promise
and will keep the standard high.
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PICNIC GIVEN AT FARM FOR
Two Hundred and 8eventy-five People
Present to Do Honor to Mr.
and Mrs. Perrin.
Wednesday afternoon a picnic was
given at tho Farm campus for tho re
tiring Farm superintendent, Soriator
Willis Porrln, who Is about to leavo
for Bartlott, Illinois, to become mana
ger of a 400-acre dairy and stock farm.
Thoro wore about 275 people present.
They composed tho faculty and em
ployes of tho State Farm. Tho picnic
tho Homo Economics building. After
tho supper, Prof. Lawrence Brunor,
head of the department of Entomology
at tho Stato Farm, acted as toastmas
tor. A responso was made by Mr.
Perrin. He rbvlewed his work while
at the Institution. Ho came here Sep
tember G, 1889. He gave a history of
tho Institution since his residence
here. In the course of his remarks
he stated that the planting of winter
wheat In Nebraska had originated at
thoFarm and that ho had boon among
the first to plant this wheat Mr,
recalled to mind tho many Jntcrostlng
things that have taken place at tho
cellor and Dean Burnett alspspbke,
Mr. Perrin vras presented with a gold
watch and chain by tho faculty and
employees of the Farm .and also with
a photograph album 'containing yiews
of tho State Farm. Mrs. Perrin was
given a half dozen dessert spoons,
Everyone Joins In wishing Mr. Aand
Mrs. Porrln a safo journey to their
now home. '
Work' for Students.
Any student desiring to act as sub.
scrlptlon agont for a farm paper can
secure the necessary Information by
calling at the Executive Office at the
DISTRIBUTION OF THE
Manager Will Be on Duty All Day
Few Standards Left, But No
Tho Cornhusker Is being distributed
at tho west ond of tho Armory today.
I Tho editor of this sheet was fortunato
enough to look over one of tho dis
play copies yesterday and wo find that
the book Is all that the management
have claimed for it.
The standard edition, bound In
blaclr cowhide with nrp-ebblo finish
and printed on heavy enamel paper,
is without doubt tho best bound and
printed book that has over boon got
ten out at Nebraska in tho shape of
a Cornhusker. It is fully a half an
Unoh-thloker than last yoar-s book-!
and bears the appearance of being
able to stand any amount of wear and
tear than an ordinary cloth bound
book would not. Tho manager in-
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RARITY PRINTER DHARTFB
No Names Announced at. This Time
- National President Sends
It has been officially announced by
the Gamma Phi Beta sorority that a
charter bap boon granted Xo the Phi
Beta girls, fit local organisation in
tills TJnlvoBly. The following tele
gram, has justi beon received frpm the
national president: t
'yonker, New York.
"Happy to announce petition accept
ed. -Miss Sheldon will arrange for
Installation, 'Accept my sincere con
gratulations. U. W. HARSEN,
SURVEY OF WORK DONE ,
BY CADET8. DURING YEAR
Instruction to New Men Similar to
That Given West Point
A general aurvoy of the work of tho
University cadets for the paBt year
is as follows:
At tho beginning of tho year a dif
ferent policy was pursued than in tho
past In regard to old and first-year
men. The old men wore given a gen
oral roylow of tho several drills, close
and extended order, guard duty, bayo
net exercises, nonieclaturo, and Butts
Manual" This tvof followed by theo
retical and practical combat work
and instruction In the service and
security of Information, concluding
with several combat exorcises after
tho new men had. -been -.assigned
recruit companies with competent in
structors and tho course of Instruc
tion as given to now men at West
Point was closely followed, particular
attention being given to Instilling tho
principles of discipline and having tho
men assume and maintain tho proper
military bearing. In this later work:
ough instruction In calisthenics..
to companies, company and battalion
drill was held for about six drill
periods, when tho"" companies were
broken up for tho Indoor work. This
work covered drill regulation tox.ts,
a'CQurse'In rifle firing, Butts Manual,
and lectures on sex hygiene.
After the spring vacation the com;
panles began drill outside, wh'lchwork
Included both close and extended or
der, maneuvers, etc. The. culmination
ofr-.thls tralnlngjended with goyorn,
mecrt inspection, ,when the cadets did
mot creditably ""since government
liwpectlon the captains have been
given full ofiarge Vn order to prepare
their companIeaiH4ir competitive
drIlJ. c A f)
RESULT OF SQUAD "C0MPET"
Corporal Gentry of "M" Company
Carries Off the Honors In 8hape
of Cup Companies "A" and
Tonight is tho time whloh Is' tho
bano of tho theatrical managors ', drug
gists', etc., oxlstence. It is tho night
on which th ecadots forgoUthat tho
worrtes of drill uvur oiilol'od tholr"
heads, and thoy proceed to colobrato
with their grand Company "Q" shirt
tnIL .parade.. Tho nno-jwiilch.. i8..to..be
stagod tonight wJJl pjitshino all of
thoso which lmvo gone down Jn.tho
records of history. It must never
has thero boon so much "pop"-and"
surplus onorgy which mult Boglvon
froo rein for ono grand njght'i jsole;
bratlon. Everybody Is b"6!llhTdvor
with enthusiasm, even tho frcBhmon
who :. nlpo months ago sworo they
would not drill, and who are now loyal
Thoro has, aB yot, beon no definite
arrangement as to where tho parado
will go, but thoy will follow tho cap
tain whose cpmpany wins In "Compot"
today. Everybody will assemblo at
about T: 30 In front of the Armory
with an old night-shirt or an old pair
of pajamas and then th.d "doings" will
begin. Thoro will bo no motion to'
adjourn. No ono will leavo until he ,
has had his fill. Only when they aro
not ablo to drag on'o foot alter tho
other will the tneotlng stand ad
journed. Then ovoryono wjll go his
woy. and each ono will bo paying to
himself, "That was "auro flomo shirt
tall parade. I guess that will he re
membered for awhile."
The annual .competitive drill will be
hold this afternoon and with It comos
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SIGMA XI FRATERNITY
Five Women and Seventeen Men Are
Honored Threo on List Are
Professors. ' '
tlflc fraternity, announces the follow,
lng twenty-ono elections to member
ship cf JJbe Nebraska chapter. FIvo
of "the people, announced are young
women and tho balance, seventeen,
aro young men: Henry ' Blumberft
A. B John W. Calvln. B, Sc., and,;Dr.
C. W. M. Poynter. Bx Sc,, are the .'fac-ulty..mftmbers-chosenr
Chosen aro: W. W Burr, B. So., C. Wf
Bertha N, Kramer, B. Sc, J, Jj Kee
gan, B. Sc H. L.; Thompson, B. Sc,
,F. C. Miles, M. A., Bessie Noyeg,Ai B.,
Mary A. ,Schulte, A. B., anfl H. E.
Vasey, B. Sc The following were
chosen from the senior class: C. A."
Atwoll, E. "S., 6. E. Edison, B. E.,
Susanne IJ. Parsons, A. B., 0. K JPef)f
rln, A. B Wt A.Rockle, BSc, h. T
Skinner, B. 'Sc, A. C, Smith, c7'E.,.
Ruth O'Brien, A. B., and G. W, NIgh,;
M. E. . . J'
Persons dMlrlBsJaundard f oplea of
the CornhUBker aay order sacae at
T. A. Winiawa' ofBoo' r Conihueker
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