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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1903)
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G&? Socto Week
Band Danco Next Saturday Night.
Arrangements have now been com
pleted whereby the first band dance will
be given Saturday, March 21, two
weekB from tonight Ab was stated
In this paper last Thursday, these
dances, which are Intended to be a
semi-monthly occurrence, will bo given
for the purpose of making the equip
ment of the band more complete. New
Instruments and new music are needed
and this plan has been selected as the
one most likely to obtain good results.
The price of admission will be 50
cents a small price indeed for a dance,
and one which has been made- possible
by the use of the Armory. A large
number of the society people of the
University have already signified their
intention of doing all in their power
to make the occasion a success. A
large crowd Is assured for the first
dance, and if that is made a success
and conducted in the right manner, a
crowd will be forthcoming at all suc
A mistaken idea seemB to exist that
the band is to furnish the music for the
dancing. As a matter of fact all that
the band has to do with the matter 1b
to manage it and play for a promenade
which will precede the dance proper.
A down-town orchestra will be hired
for the occasion, and In all other mat
ters the affair" will be conducted like
other University dances given in the
Programs will bo furnished and the
floor prepared in the best way possi
ble. The Y. M. C. A. held Its annual ban
quet at tho. Linden Tuesday night. Pre
vious to the banquet a committeeman's
meeting was held In the parlors of the
hotel and the work of the year out
lined and discussed. At nine o'clock
the dining room was opened and seventy-three
seated themselves at the table.
A seven course dinner was served, af
ter which toasts were called for from
members present. Dr. Condra presided
as toastmaster and called -for the fol
Chancollor Andrews "Y. M. C. A.
B. Q. Lewis "Our Y. M. C. A."
Dean Ringer "Our Fellow Students."
Prof. DavldBon1 "The Serious Side
State Secretary Bailey "Selfishness,"
"Spirit of rayer,'1 "Superficiality."
Ex-Secretary John Moore "The Gen
eral work of Y. M. C. A. in' Universi
ties." Dr. A. R. Hill "The Standpoint of
the Advisory Board."
International Secretary T. J. Colton
Dr. Condra "Are You Drifting? Are
Ydu Anqhored?" ...
he banquet olosed at twelve o'clock
and waa voted by all to be one of the
most successful undertakings of the
' Sigma Alpha Epsilon entertained a
few. ladles last evening with a dancing
parity at 'the house. A chafing dish
supper was served during the evening.
Th,e following guests' were present:
Masses' Holben, Spinney, BlakemorO,
bpraguq, Casebeer, Crow, Wilson,
Hammond, Halloy, BurruBS, Howell,''
kllllan, Stuart, Her, Marshall and Ash
mun. VA number of University glrlB Ijefd a
masquerade party at 500 North Six
teenth street Saturday night Several,
very ' unique costumes .were worn.
."Wafers and chocolate were served. -
The legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi
gave a smoker for tho alumni at the
Alpha Tau Omega house Thursday
evening. Judge Roscoo Pound enter
tained the members with some "Prac
Ted Faulkner and Albert Beckman,
both of this city, wero initiated into
Sigma Alpha Epsilon this morning.
The annual banquet of the fraternity
will be given at tho Lindell hotel to
night The Omega Chi girls have received
their new pins. The pins are nil
adorned with the regulalon twelve Jcw
elB and are beauties.
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The anual banquet of Phi Kappa PbI
will bo held at the chapter house on
Saturday evening, March 21st
On Wednesday, March 11th, Phi Del
ta Phi will entertain Informally at
"No, I haven't any news," replied
one of the professors to a Nebraskan
reporter, "and I wouldn't care to have
It published If I did. It seems to me
that you fellows are altogether too
careless. Now, I don't take the paper,
but I happened to pick up a copy the
other day and I noticed a very bad
error in an item reported from my de
partment. It was stated that one of
the girls In my first year class had
been confined to her room for several
days with an attack of the grip. As a
matter of fact she merely had a bad
cold and was not afflicted with the
grip at all. I think that you owe It as
a duty to the girl herself, to her
friends and to the University in gen
eral to make known and apologize for
this error. False impressions should
not be allowed to live. While I don't
take the paper, I don't like to see such
rank and pernicious errors given
prominence. Such a thing Is an Im
position upon the confidence and the
good faith that the University as a
whole, has in Its representative paper,
and I feel that it is my duty to call
your attention to this fact"
"I passed a whole bunch of forged
checks, without anyone noticing me at
all," said the consciously humorous
"How did you dare?" asked his fair
"Why 1 saw them on exhibition In
the historical society and passed them
by," was the answer.
First Co-ed "Why do they call them
'civil engineers?" .
Second Co-ed -r vMnybe because
they're more polite than the railroad
Saturday, March 7. Sigma Alpha
Epsilon banquet at tho Lindell.
Saturday, March 7 Tho Saturday
Night club will givo a party at Walsh
March 13. Company B hop, Frater
Saturday, March 14 Delta Gamma
banquet, at tho home of Miss Ruth
Aprjl 17 Senior Prom.
April 18 Delta Tau Delta banquet.
Miss Ada Kinyon 1b on the sick
Stephen Miles is confined to his
room with the grip.
Miss Reynolds is visiting at her
home In Fremont.
Miss Maud Smith is confined to her
room with the mumps.
Secretary Ross of the Y. M. C. A. Is
quite ill with the grip.
Miss Joy Grimm is visiting over Sun
day with her parentB at Roca.
Mies Edith Haynie has returned
from a week's visit at Chicago.
Miss Margaret Grlmlson will spend
Sunday with her parents at Schuyler.
Miss Bessie KlngBbury of Pawnee
City is visiting with the Misses Hess
Miss Katherine Hurley is reading in
the European history department in
the place ofOsher Schlalfer.
Miss Edna Holland left Wednesday
for her home In Falls City. An at
tack of the grip Is tho cause.
Professor Wolcott is preparing for
Superintendent Fowler an outline of
bird study for use in secondary schools.
The short course term of tho agricul
tural school has come to a close and
yesterday Baw a general dispersal of
the students for their homes.
ProfeBor E. V. Moore, of the .mathe
matics department of Chicago univer
sity, visited the Lincoln high school
Friday. He also gave the University
a pleasant call.
The historical society has received a
fine collection of old University pro
grams and catalogues, which Miss El
len Smith had saved while connected
with the University.
Norris A. Huse, '04, leaves the Uni
versity this week to engage with his
father In the work of editing and man
aging the Norfolk Dally News. Many
friends regret that Mr. Huse finds
necessary to leave before tho comple
tion of his University course, but wish
him success in the newspaper field, and
hope at least, to see him frequently as
a campus visitor.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases, 1318 0.
C. E. Brown, Dentist Burr block.
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and-O.
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
Waterman Ideal Fountain Pens
Porter's. Memory short? Porter's
Little Gem hot waffles' served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a large student patronage.
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