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WEEK OF DRILL
Huskcrs Leave for Southern
Invasion Week Alter i
SOONERS, TIGERS FIRST j
Strong Opposition Indicates
Hard Struggle lor
Choppv P.hoJra anil h. Big S'
harupionship hatll cam in
tried thnr filial week of pitpara-
tioa tor the opening of ihe rin
the middle of neat week. The Husk -
erp n:l the roM.i 10 mrt iiHianuma
at Norman. April an.t go
uoun iwr n .-
Koilowir.e ihn Ihrv return home
'or two games witn !oa thon go
lo Kanas and Iowa Mate. I he re -
mainncr or me r.n m
spent al horn with Mioi.n.
Kansaa Aggirs an.i Lwa
playing the N'rbrakan
Nebraska will have a har.l I. me
holding tho baachall crown this
year a fixe rmiair.ing team in
ihe loop have all given promise ot ,
turning out emrpuonauy strong
teams. Iowa Mate. .Missouri ami
u'aroa Kin !! hrrn lookinr food
. u . . - Ihi, -j.ar an.li
ui iiim iM.iii.-i mi.
thrre is little reason to suppose ,,Hn ,,wa .state college. Cni
ihs the P.hodes team will have , VPr5l, .. (l( Kansas. Kan.sas Stute
nny caav t:m rrrating their ac
complishment of las', season.
The mam problem facing P.hivies
in his efforts to give Nebraska an
other Big Six champion in base
lalal is Ihr fact that second and
third basts aie s'ill unsettled. Sev
eral men hsve tieen showing up
veil in workouts but it is impossi
ble to tell how these nien will act
whrn 10 a game and under f;re.
T-l. . . ...)!...... Ik... . . ' kr r.
th. .rf.ii.iPr. mi thre outfield !
rrs are the lfttermen around whom
the Nebraska team will l.e built
th.s year. The pitching staff seems
to be one of the strongest in the
loop with Pifkrtf. ,on and Ar
ma'.is all back from last year's
learn in addition to several prem
ising recruits. Smith, t'rban and
Parley are other mound rcm who
may get into the game. With this
I'aff cf burlrrs to choose from the
patching situation seems to be
prrtty well fixed. Tickett and Ar
matis have leen showing up well
in early season practice and will
ptobabiy carrj- the brunt cf the
Backstops are plentiful this
yar with three lettermen. Snyp?.
Hall'.eson and Williams, all b"a.k.
Voruy. a new man, is putting in a
strong bid for a position. Two gaps
remain in th infield. L'lstrom at
iirrt and L. Williams at short from
!s:t year's team have been going
treat and should hold their poyj
t'ors if nothing happens. F.holes l"p ngcrspicmy oi comici.-.ion.
!i?s been doing considerable exper-' Texas. Wisconsin. Michigan and
inmtirg with his infield and no Nebraska are all rated as con
ruin has either bag sewed up as ' tenders for the trophy and all these
vh and all the candidates will get ' teams have flashed good times in
a nance to show their w ares be- various meets so far this season.
fori the final selection is made.
The outfield is still an unknown
quanity with the exception of
center field which seems to be
pretty well cinched by Dutch
Witte. who has been hiltin; the
hP.Il at a merry clip in spring work
niitj. Grace and Ku are the other
tv.o veterans but both iii-u tv
hr.vir.g a hard fight to hold their
positions. Patter, Kotab am
Ompey are all making a strong ; ,,., winning four tiroes. Gnnnell
Old for a position and pushing the;,nr Missouri on. nnH North.
veterans every inch of the way.
The Huskers have br-cn hittjn
the ball a little better this year
ihan last, and wiih the improved
pitching staff lbpy should hp at or
near the top of the standing when
the season ends.
Intramural Contests Called
Monday on Account of
Feminine queens of the swat
met vesterdav on the lield of battle
only 'to have'the'r ardor dampened !
bv an April shower, and that a
regular, hair straightening, com
plexion de-. astatir.g shower.
Two games, the Sigma Kappa
Sigma Delta Tau game and the
Phi Omega Pi-Lambda Gamma
game, were called on account of
rain. When called the Sigma
Kappas were leading the Sigrna
Delta Taus, 3 to 2. The Phi
Omega Pis were trailing the
Lambda Gammas. to 3 0.
Batteries for Sigma Kappa were
Minerva Worthman and Virginia
Guthrie; for Rig-ma Delta Tau.
Dorothy Silverman and Frances
Fmline. Virginia Guthrie and
Eciith Hudson made home runs for
the Sigma Kappa team in the first
inning of the game.
Grace Valsak and Lois Erickson
ere batteries for the Phi Omega
Pis while Edna Scheips and Gert
rude Degenfleder were batteries
for the Lambda Gammas. Out
fielding on the Phi Omega Pi tears
v as outstanding though it was un
able to check the batting spree of
the Lambda Gammas.
DO YOU AGREE?
A disgusted co-ed at Lhe Univer
sity of New Mexico airs her opin
ion of the average college man.
She says that he is a smirking
young fathead. He is stingy:
wanta everything for nothing, and
think that a girl is a poor sport
who doesn't give iL
CLASSIFIED WANT ADS.
LOST An Thra Chi pin John
Itnnu. Finder pieaM call rt22b or
AFTEB 4 IX iia Tiomo4 paotosmpb
Fioarr call Co lr 41.-8. P.t-
( lliiimt un on tlrvvh V
."iiiimiriir 1$ lmtl
Rudolph Vogtlar, director f
intertraternity a t h I I I CI , it
ienht incenatd ovar the
lad ht fraternities ho bar.
row athletic equipment from
the university fail to return it.
In tht future, according to
Vogeler. Greek! will have to
Supp'y their own equipment for
inlerlraternity garnet. Warning
vi oiven latl Meek but fra
ternities, apparently, failed to
realize Hi ngiificanc.
MADS 10 ENTER
KANSAS RELAY MEET!
Scfcritemcn Will Compete
, O.OQO MEN IN
,.,. s, hu!u-, Nebraska track j
ie.m tompMe against lepte-
rntnlir of twenty-four
. unixr iMir from every part of the
1 c,mtry ,n tn. flJh! annual Kan-
at Law rem. e. Saturday,
i Apr, I!V over S OW athlete! have
i iwn entrird in this lelav larmval
and the Nebraska team will le 1
pitted again! men from the four)
comrr of the country.
t'nierily la sihiHls cntcreij
in this meet are Butler university,
i 'nli. t. I.i Atcics, I nlverMtv of IV-
tr,tit iri,e university. C.rinnell
. ....n... i .. m.n.. r.i. I
- . .. .... .
i veiMi v or lowa. i nivrmuy oi in-
college. Marquette university. I'ni
rrity of Michigan. I'nlversity of
M;nnc.otn, Cniversity of Missouri.
I'niversitv of Nebraska. North-
(western university. I'niversitv if
Notre Pame. I'niversitv of Okla
homa. Oklahoma Aggies. I'nivers
itv of Texas, Texas Christian uni
versity, Washington university and
I'niversitv of Wisconsin. Hastings
college. Nebraska Wesleyan and
Kearnev State Teachers are the i
I only Nebraska conference colleges:
entered in the junior events
bury and Peat rice and Abraham
Lincoln of Council Bluffs. Ia. are;
entered in the high school compe- j
Nrbrnkani Strong Contender.
.enracKa mines, ny reason oi i
their .-how ing in the southern re-'
isys me ia.-i oi .-narcn are consia- nKnfy nnd Brown have all deliv
ered as leading contenders in sey-, erfd ,n f,ne MvIe tne jn)j
eisl of the relay events. The mile ; training period and should push
relay has been included as the lhe rfgljUrjl l0 the ,,mit nexl fa,
closing event cf th relays again , . . . .
this vcar and should again form a Kre.z.nger Stands Out.
fitting clim to the meet. Mis-! . nut her player who stood out
souri is considered the leading con- j throughout the spring training
tender to take the event bv reason ! period was Everett Kreizinger. the
of the showing in meets so" far this 1 David City lad who broke his nose
season. in the few minuter of varsity com-
Th" Tirers have been running
under 3:22 pretty consistently and
by the time of the meet may well
be expected to be down around
3:20. loAa ii in the field with an
other strong team this year despite
the loss of veterans and Coach
Bresnahan believes he can furnisb
Relay Team Improves.
The Nebra.ska mile re'ay team
ha.s improved fast since the trip to
Texas and may pull a surprise on
the experts in the Kansas carnival.
Fulrodt. Ostergaard. Currier and
Hodf ers have been turning in some
fast time and mav be able to pull a
surprise on the boys when the race
begins. The race is run for the Dr.
John H. Outland challenge cup
; western one.
Nebraska's strength in the two
and four mile relays is of an un
known quantity In the Texas re
: lav. and S. M. V. relays the
j Hunker four mile team placed sec
j ond to Eutler both days and should
be up in the running in their event.
(The excellent time turned in by
' Fulrodt and Garvey the past week
! in the half mile has boosted Ne-
braka tork in the two mile relav EU uc cu ""P vl
. Jar-around backfield performers.
and the Scarlet may jumble the
predictions a little before the meet
Sprint Outlook Dark.
JIu.-kcr chances in the sprint re
lays are not very rosy. Kansas has
flfl'-ihpd a faKl tram this vpar and
should come through well. Heee. i
Kller. Steffan. Smutney and Pets
hhw not been clicking as they
should in the early season meets
but may round into shape later on
i in the .season. Hard luck cut the
Nebraskans out of the scoring in
the first meets of Lhe season.
Ossian and Tomson w-jll head the
list of individual entries. Ossian
will have to compete against
Warne of Northwestern, Canby of
Iowa and McDermott of Illinois in
the vault. All of these men have
done over thiiten feet in meets so
far this year and may threaten the
record. Tomson will face Gordon
of Iowa and Mendell of Yankton
in the broad jump.
Elimination Began Monday;
Womar.'r intramural deck tennis
began yesterday when thirty
woulabe contestants for the crown
met in a preliminary elimination
tournament on the course behind
Each team is composed of two
members who are to challenge
three other teams. In order to
compete in the final tourney it is
necessary to win t.wc out of three
Tne regular tournament will j
start immediately after spring va-1
cation. Challenges should be given '
at once. All sororities w hich have '
not entered teams should do no '
today. Intramural points will be j
awarded to the sororities which '
enter teams in the toumamenj.
BBLE SAT SFIED
N SPRING DRILL
Coach Cooperates With Men
In Taking Advantage of
MATERIAL STANDS OUTicrw, ,r.vouU 5o"'n" Jun
Practice Sessions Reveal
Unexpected Strength in
fill va v V W
paiked away their moleskins to
I await the openinf of the grid aea
PnWTPQT I next fall. ith the aix weeks'
UUI' training pcn-nt at a clone the 1930
season rnnst.tulcd one or me oesi
spnny workouts in the grid his
tory of Nebraska.
Confessing that although a good
spring practice does not necea
sanlv precede a big season. Dana
X. Hilile. head coach of the Hunker
grulmen. is not a bit backward in
dei taring he was well satisfied
wlth the showing of the men In
the spring drills. The bad weather
, mic "li i i in.k -
I pered spring training.
! This year, however, a new rec-
I ord was hung up when the team
ia ciafl ar laal ham. '
did not miss working out a single
The coach Is strong for or
ganization arl atiy observer who
watches Bible in nction is im
pressed with the fact that all his
assistants are busy and there are
few Idle moments during any prac
The close co-operation and har
mony between the head coach and
his aides is In a large measure ac
companied by the daily meetings
and discussion of the coaching
The plan was inaugurated this
spring of having the quarterback
candidates meet for group discus
sions. The five new men report
ing included Chris Matbia of Te
cumseh. Bog Manley of Holdrege.
Louis Brown of Wisner, Jack Mil
ler of Omaha and Carlyle Etaob
of Anslrv. All of the:-e men are
snuad or last year and Mathis.
rr""un nc naa ,aat ,a"-
Harotd Frahm. Jack Miller and
Clarence Nelson were the out
standing men used at backing up
the line. Frahm's work during the
six weeks showed marked improve
ment and the former Beatrice star
has apparently hit his stride at de
fensive work and his performances
have featured the games played
Mcrherson and Ely are two
freshmen who will give Maasdam
a battle for the center position.
Koster, Justice, Greenberg. Gil
bert and Jeffries will all be back
at guara. A pair of veteran
tackles. Broadstone and Rhea, are
expected bacV. next season. Dun
kak. Ludwicksen. Fogerty. Free
man. Sibert and Harmon are ap
parently th; best among the sopho
The question of ends alsn
brought sorr- relief during the
spring work. Pnicka. Hokuf and
Fisher are al' expected back. Jim
Milne wbo played with the nub
bins last fall has served notice that
be must be considered for a posi
tion, next fall.
Backfield candidates have been
staging a merry race for honors.
Boy Voting, Kreitzinger and Bus
ter Long have all been showing up
well and all look much better than
la?t vear. Claude Rowley must
Although much has been accom
plished during the spring practice
period. Coach V. X. Bible is anx-
Courses. Open to
.-even new graduate courses
have recently been added to the
curriculum of the geology depart
ment. All of the3e new courses
are designed to care for registra
tions on special problems and re
search in the major fields of geol
ogy bv students who are candi
dates for advanced degrees. They
are open only to such graduate
students. The amount of credit in
each course is subject to arrange
ment, registration in every course
may be fore one or more semesters
and independent field research is
provided for during both the regu
lar school year and summers.
The new'ecurses are briefly de
scribed below. 209) research in
paleontology special problems, is
offered by Dr. E. H. Barbour.
228 sedimentation graduate
work on the literature, petro
graphy, and special problems of
the (sediments by Dr. A. L. Lugn,
229 1 stratigraphy research work
offered by either Dr. Lugn or Prof.
E. F. Schramm.
(2431 minerals and ores ad
vanced work on origin, occurence,
and economic development of min
eral and ore deposits. The labor
atory 'vork in this course will in
clude the newer mineralograpbic
methods as applied to polished sur
faces of minerals and ores and ia
to be offered jointly bv Professor
Schramm and Dr. L.&n.
(2501 field geology for stu
dents doing independent field re
search, may be taken with either
-YOUR DRUG STORE"
The thickest Malted Milk! in
Lhe city at our Soda Fountain,
148 No. 14th V P SL B 1068
i in: dmi.v
University Players First Gave Hay
lly Ibsen n 1915 Under Leadership
Of Alive Howell, Present Direvtor
BY MOSELLE K LEE MAN
" l ui rsiiy dim m liatf gun thnnifli a ry natural
U'lutititi." lii.iin Mis Alice llourll, lirrrtr nf hc l'lfr.
in mi iniiixitw 'I'lHiiMliiv. "I would y thai lliey grew out
of tln pl.ivi fix ni u imiolv y the lraniatir I u l ami lie
junior ini'l hinior i-lanst.
c.-..i-,li!! tii M :-'". Jlu'.vf!!,
existence the senior class gave a
play yearly, the cast brine thosen
liv Mim Howell hrrarlf after nunv
ir class put on a play also.
J ln-lievo the germ Idea whlih
actually lod l th etsblihhm-nt of
the University Players aa a separ-
I ate group came into my mind one
a (oiivetsalion about
diamatics wlikh I bad with unus
Horn who Is now secretary of the
Lincoln Community Chest." con
tinued Miss Howell. "About that
time. too. the dramatici depart
ment was taken Into the school of
fine arts, and it was with the help
of Trof. Paul II. (Jrummann that
the Idea became a reality."
The first play given by Tlayera
opened on the night of Nov. 3.
ltili, to a mere h.uidful of people,
but according to Miss Howell
many of these people at ill attend
the Players regularly. The play
wa8 Ibsen a Ohosts." and Maurice
Clark, who Is now a Broadway
actor and a playwright of note,
took the leading role. The femin
ine lead was played by Kssie Jonea
First Play Successful.
The first play was so successful
that it was followed on Nov. 19.
1915. by 'Believe Me Xantippi"
which was played twenty-two
times in the city and throughout
the state. Maurice Clark. Neil
Brown. F.lla Williams. Ion Mar
cellus and Louise Schavland were
among those who took part. This
was followed by "The Melting
Pot" the same year, and "Heady
Money" the following year.
ions that the Big Six conference
will look w ith favor upon the ad
vancing cf the fall practice period
to Sept. 10 and permit the aquad
to assemble a week ahead of
W0MEN LEAD BY
A SMALL MARGIN
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Women graduates of the class of
1929 led the male members of the
class by only one-tenth of a point
on the average of the marks ob
tained throughout the four years
of school. Their rating waa 2.7
against the 2.8 for men.
LAWS STAGE FIGHTS
TL'LANE UNIVERSITY- Law
students forgot their professional
dignity here last week, and mem
ories of ancient frosh-scph class
fights were brought back when
two fights occurred in halls and
class rooms of the barristers' col
lege. Offended by a libelous pic
ture drawn on a blackboard de
picting him actively engaged in
violating the honor system, a stu
dent heaved an eraser at the
pseudo artist to create a fist Ty
ing melee. The second entangle
ment occurred when a junior stu
dent, arriving two hours late, in
a state of inebriation, offered to
share his supplies with all in his
vicinity. Finding no takers, he had
started upstairs to offer a nip to
faculty friends when bis fellow
students, fearing the consequences
of bis rash acts, attempted to
wrest the bottle from bis shaking
bands. Angered by interference,
he began to grapple all.
TUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Mov
ing pictures of last year's intercol
legiate track and field meet and
of campus track meets will feature
the spring track rally here, held to
instill a new spirit in Tech's war
riors of the cinder-path, and saw
dust. GET HIGH GRADES
The members of Columbia uni
versity's teams, both varsity and
freshman, obtained scholastic av-
Adds Seven New
Professor Schramm or Dr. Lugn.
260i Advanced structural geology
-deals with disastropbic forces
and earth movements, stresses and
strains, joints, faults, folds, frac
ture and flowage, regional meta-
morphism. origin of major earth1
seructures, isostasy. etc., is given
by Professor Schramm. (2"5 Pe-1
trograpby and petrology seminar '
and research work on special prob- I
lems in petrography, crystallog-1
raphy, and petrology is offered by .
Dr. Lugn. This course is designed
to cover research on petrologic j
and petrographic study of rocks
and minerals from areas being
studied geologically or the more
exact study of crystals and min- i
erals as such by polarized light, i
The geology department at pres
ent has several students working
toward advanced degrees and in
quiries and applications have been ,
received from a number of men
dow at other institutions or en- i
gaged in commercial work who'
wish to continue graduate study ;
at the University of Nebraska next j
year. This number includes three!
or four at least who will be candi- ;
dates for the Ph. D. degree. I
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Ptaw i k rrtliii' i ii I CI
In 1917 llorbeit Ycnne. who
it now a member or tne aramauca
department, made his first appear
ance with the Players in "Alice in
Wonderland'' which was given la
order to raise money for the Bel
gian rbildien. It was beld at the
old Oliver theater which has ie
cently been made into the Liberty
theater. Anoiher patriotic unuer
taking waa "The Piper." given to
secure fund to send to the French
During War Day.
When Mies Howell went to
France. Miss Florence Maryatt and
Misa F.lhel Hartley took charge of
the direction of tha group. After
he war ihrv lran to hava a def -
mite schedule of playa each season,
la 19J3 they were incorpoited
Into a atock company In order that
they might obtain professional
Many Individual! who aro now
doing active work in diamatica I Allen White, chairman, wary Aur
were former member! of tht Play. tin. Hamlin Garland. U T''i'a
rrt liarl li-nlii MvM for inree
veara on Broadway with v alter
Hampton and la now connected
with Frita Leiber and hia Chicago
Civic S tiakeseare company. Oiber
member! who are playing on
Broadway are: Gertrude Moran.
Harold Sumption. Genevieve Ad
dleman. FJdward Taylor. Susie
Scott and Jack Hank. Cornelia
Ayrea la doing work with the Com
munity playhouse in Tasadena,
The present memb?rs of the
dramatics department who have
done much to insure the success
of the Players for this season are:
Herbert Venne, Alice Howell, di
rector: W. Zolley Lerner. and Paul
erages during the la.t academic
session which were aa high as
those obtained by the remainder
of the university. This offers good
proof that participation in athletic
activities does not affect grades
detrimentaally. at least so the Co
STUDENTS CUT LITTLE
STILLWATER. Okia. (Special I
Recent investigation concerning
the relation between scholastic
standing and unexcused absences
of A. and M. students revealed
that the average cumber of cuts
for the fifty best scholastic rec
ords was only three and one-fourth
per student, while that of the fifty
lowest waa ' irteen and three
fourths per fcindent.
AWARDS TO ENCOURAGE
Encouraging Texas Tech stu
dents to their best efforts in their;
regular and extra curricular work, j
eighteen awards totalling over!
J2.30O are given to meritorious '
persona at the end of the spring.
term each year. The awards are
for the purpose of aiding students
in carrying the financial burdens
of their college work there.
LOS ANGEDLES. Calif. (Spe
cial i Representatives from over
200 universities thruout the world
have signified their intentions of
attending the dedication ceremon
ies at the Los Angeles division of
the University of California on
March 27 and 28. A program of
five sessions was presented, each
one presenting a speaker of world
SEVENTY IOWANS OUT.
AMES. I a . (Special) Spring
football practice at . Iowa State
college has opened with seventy
candidates. Included in the group
are fifteen major lettermen. Five
former Iowa State athletes, who
are still in school are assisting
Coaches Workman, Honaker and
Schmidt with the gridmen. They
are Harry Lindblom, Carl Rudi.
Carl Kern, Harry Johnson and
MEN DRIVERS BEST.
COL UMBUS. O. Psychology
students at Ohio State university
aro being tested for their fitness
aa driver with a "psychological
automobile" which is so con
structed that all movements of
the operator can be detected.
Tests given up to the present
time indicate that men are bet
ter drivers than women.
Vitr the (graduate
Pocket Letter Cause
1123 0 St.
$3,000 Will Be Awarded ti
Writer ol Best Paper on
Soul of America.'
National Arts ilub today an
nounced a $3,000 prize content fi
th beft literary work on ! sot
jeet. 'The Koul of America." Jh
C. Agar, president of the tin
atated that Ihe ob)e t of the con
test was to stimulate the ritin;
ofawoiktaat will present the
soul of Amenta io its true lifiht in
contrast with aome of Ihe thought
Irhi Doitravals found in took of
' p- ----- .
. v. I s-m m ii I hrtr
"ihe sponsors of the toiui wimi , f giauusie ecmi u.iui.wki .
to counteract aome of the pot-w ar j mittion Oollar for the construction
liteiature whuh hsa pre.enied a j f,firfl this iuic leing one of ihrt-o
ryrniral criticism of the pas.ing ,n. anoiher million for Ih mini
phases of national life. i trnance of the quadrangle.
Rules Art Simple. i NSPCCTIONTftlP.
The niles goveining the on'.et ! jn.s, la , March T'J. Tweniy.
aro simple. The authors iews 'y,ve fnlora in chemical cngineei-
be presented in any literary form.
novel, ooetrv. hiMorv or criucai
!&iav. The manuscripts must re
between 40,000 and loO.OOO words
in length and only woika written
I between March U 1030 and April
i, 1931 will b considered,
I Tba aw aid will be made by
t committee consisting of William
i anil llrnrv uiHianru wui. .-
m.mustnut.s will be Submitted U .
this committee annoymously and 1
their decision will be final. In;
case the committee dor! not judge
ny of the manuscript! as wing
wortn of the award, none will be
Names Arc Omitted.
All manuscripts fhould be sent
to the executive secretary of the
National Arts club, 15 Gram
mercy Park. New York City. The
name of the writer murt not ap
pear on the manuscript but be aent
to the secretary in a separate cn-.
The winner of the contest will i
be announced publicly on June 1. '
1931 and the award presented Nov.
4. 1931 at the opening of the 1
annual book exhibition. All right i
in the manuscript an1 book remain
w ith the author and all manu
scripts will be returned. '
AMES ATTENDANCE GROWS. ;
A M F.S. Ia. iSpeciali 1 ncom-i
plete enrollment figures at Iowa
State college an increase in enroll- j
ment over the spring terra of 192'J
according to J. D. Sage, registrnr.
Registration figures compiled'
Tuesday, which include the Mon-
day enrollment, reached the 3.400
mark. Students were continuing
to enroll this week and a few
probably will enroll next week it is
expected. The present enrollment
surpasses that any previous term
TODAY'S SPECIAL LUNCH
Virgin Bakrd Ham
Cherry Cobb;r nh
Any 5c Dr.nk
13 at P
"The Student's Stare."
Eagle or Birdie---
Whatever your game,
We carry the right weapons in
And speaking of Birdies, that Has realiy
a bird of an idea the Spalding Kro-Flite
notion of related irons. Each club is balanced-related
accurately to every other.
Heads are made with non-rust Chromium
"A club for every shot."
m A " v r
YOU CAN'T CUT
THIS GOLF BALL
The New Spalding
la practically Indestructible,
yet no other make can out
Spalding his done what has
never been done bvult dura
bility and extreme distance
Into the same ball.
Try the new Kro-FUle.'
II !Y. M'KII. la. IT.Q.
WILL NOT CENSOR
i L'MNFItSirY OF WASHING-
TON -Cenorhip or h perMiiul
hat.it of faculty members will nt
he praciuel by the adminut ration
according to the acting presulut
t.f ha I'mversily of W a thirst. .11,
in objecting t the attack ot lli
stale supcrmleiidf nt of achuuis,
a; nil smokmg among piiei
on the campus.
That imiiuiioia smoke lienv
10 university builu.n;s is deary
appaient to any tampm wmIoi,
tint no m i"-' 4
n! habit ia leading either the facultv
or the sludrnw oo the Oo'aqiv
path. r said
V A Ml I'MVIP.SITV Uh; J.O ,i
. V. Mrrling estats has now giwn
total ol nearly llM.WUMHxi t t
i Vale unitersily. Ihe latest ;n
ing at Iowa Slate college will
leave tomorrow for Chicago on
an annual one week inspection
inp. They will make the tup
by bus anil will be accompanied
by H. A. Webber. aoc!aie pro
fessor. AMES, la - iSeciali-- IX e d
Cms L'f Saving corps ttitin
intrs and emblems liavo bem
awarded to twenty-four membei
of iv.immiug da: conducted at
Iowa S'ate college this winter by
C. E. Paubert. varsity swimming
Fasf . . . low cost
While Empresses speed vou
acroti the Pacific in ten short
days the new Empreu of
Japan may make it In tea
time. Direct from Vancouver
to Yokohama, Kobe. Naga
saki, Shanghai, Hong Kong,
Manila. Or via Honolulu at
no extra fare. Special coor
toies to student. Ask your
local agent or
I I. a RK, t. r. SOS w . o. w.
nidK.. IHn.iha, rtir.. r
t. . KF.VNr.lll. klnmihlp l.wnl
LaM Jarkwa Klrd.. hlruc. III.
Catty Canadian Pacific Ejttrtu Ttnotlttn
Oifquej Good tht WorM Ovtt
The racket you'll ee flash
ing in every major tourna
ment sending them over o
they don't come back! A nev.
thrill in tennis.
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