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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1903)
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Cc Soda Week
Company B Hop.
Over one hundred couples attended
the company B hop las; night The
dance was hy far the largest attended
of the your, but the ample accommoda
tions of the hall were sufficient to mec;
((Uhe requirements of the large numbers
who attended. Weslott's orchestra
furnished the music for twenty dances
and two extras.
At 9:30 Lieutenant Mansfield and
Miss Whltcomb started the grand
march, but the number of couplos was
so great that little progress could bo
made and the march soon ended In a
scramble for programs. It Is certainly
a deplorable matter that the young
men who attend dances of this sort
are not gentlemen enough to act at
least half Way respectable In the mat
ter of securing programs. It Is certain
ly no fault of the committee in charge
that the rush for programs ended in
a free-for-all fight. It seemed to make
no difference to those engaged in the
rough house that a couple of ladles
were in the road of the mob and nar
rowly escaped being trampled under
In spite of the deplorable beginning,
the dance was carried on very success
fully, and the dancing was continued
until a late hour.
Lieutenant R. J. Mansfield was chair
man of the committee, and Lieutenant
It. B. Davidson master of ceremonies.
The committee consisted o fC. A. Mohr
man, F. It. Beers and R. S. Campbell.
Mrs. Hay den and Mrs. Brock gave a
very successful afternoon tea and re
- ceptlon Monday afternoon. The' tea
A-was given under the direction of the
' art department and the officers of the
Woman'B club, and was held in the
studio rooms of the library building
from 2 to 4 o'clock. About thirty-live
ladies were present and passed the
time pleasantly in inspecting Mrs.
Brock's collection of painted china and
Miss Hayden's pictures. Mrs. G. E.
Barber, president of the club, and Mrs.
Eli Plummer assisted in receiving, Mrs.
Francis Gibson served tea from a Rus
sian samovar, and Miss Mundy and
Miss Muir passed, the cups.
Miss Jennie May Barber, Pi Beta
Phi, '98, was married Tuesday evening
at 7:30 to Mr. Francis J. Plym of Kan
sas City. The wedding took place at
the home of the bride's parents, 1700
B street, and was attended by the
members of PI Beta Phi and Phi Gam
ma Delta. Only a few other intimate
friendB were present. The wedding
march was played by Mias Anno Stuart,
pianist, and Mr. Mortimer Wilson, vio
linist. Rev. Mr. Tuttle performed the
Two social events of interest will
talie place this afternoon. Pi Beta Phi
will give a musical and reception to
all the sororities at the home of Miss
Waugh, 1C40 G street; and a luncheon
to the basket-ball players will be given
I at the home Of Mrs. C. E. Bessey for
-the girls of the Kansas basket-ball
teams. The latter will be under tho
direction of Mrs. Bessey and Mrs. Bar
bour. The sophomore hop, which will take
x place in tho near' future at a date not
yet determined, promises to be an im
portant event in University circles.
The following committee on airangc
ments has just been "appointed by the
v president, Frank Beers: H. K. Lehmer,
chairman, Ray Gould, master or cere
monies, Miss Loraino Comstock, Miss
Caaobeer and A. Wellenslek.
Miss Nellie Richey, a former student
of the University, was married Wednes
day evening, March 11, to Mr. Elmer
Hamilton. The wedding took place at
the bride's home in Omaha. Miss Fay
Richey. slBter of the bride, attended
the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
will live af Mlnden.
Miss Nelle Cain of Falls City Is visit
ing MIbs Holland at the PI Phi house.
College of Medicine.
Mr. H. P. Ieavltt, U. of N. 9G, called
at the college during the week In the
Interest of the Dally Nebraskan. The
enthusiasm he aroused resulted In the
building up of a large subscription list
and the organization of a department
In the paper by the election of an edi
tor and a manager, as well as class re
porters. Mr, Truelsen, '03, was selected
by the Joint committee from the classes
as editor for the present year, and Mr.
Panter, '04, as manager for the col
lege. The Junior and sophomore
classes each held meetings and all
present in each gave their subscrip
tions for the Saturday Issue, In which
the college will have a regular depart
ment each week. Much interest was
shown in the Nebraskan and the hope
was expressed on all sides that it would
serve to link the medical department
more firmly to the University, to stim
ulate college spirit and loyalty to a
common alma mater.
The baseball enthusiasts are already
getting in motion and pedestrians afong
Pacific street are also forced to get In
motion 1o avoid those twlrlers that
whiz, ncrjss the street. So far, how
ever, no one has run against the horse
hide, which is to be credited solely to
those pretty out-curves. The Juniors
have been talking of organizing and
steps are under consideration looking
toward several games before the close
of the ear. But the sophomores have
taken the inlatlative and commenced
the organization of what promises to
be a successful team. At a meeting of
that class Thursday Mr. G. McDonald
was unanimously elected captain and
manager of the sophomore team, and
his telectlon Is regarded as a guaranty
of a good team. When seen by a Ne
braskan reporter Friday afternoon,
Captain McDonald was Just going out
for practice with his men. "It Is a lit
tle early," he remarked, "to tell what
we can do on the diamond this spring,
or what games we shall play, but I am
much encouraged at the prospects, and
there is some good material In our class
for a team. We would like to organize
two teams in the class for practice
games, but we cannot count enough
sophs who will turn out just yet. Reg
ular practice begins next week and I
hope to see the fellows turning out and
getting into the game." The following
beside the captain have been out lately
exercising their Joints and chasing wild
balls: Walsh, Miller, Pederson, Pot
ter, Adams, Wainwrlght, MorrlBon,
Swoboda, Rumery. A game with the
junior dents is already scheduled and
is looked forward to with much Inter
est. The showing already made prom
Ises a good game and plenty of en
thusiasm on both sides.
be discussed by tho class. Tho debat
ing ability recently displayed by sev
eral members augurs well should defi
nite arrangements be made.
Dr. Bridges leaves about the second
week in April to attend the meeting of
the International Medical society at
Madrid. His lectures will be closed
about the first of the month, and the
examinations In his classes will accord
ingly be held early.
Several members of our class are
very deBlrous of changing the class
work. They wish papers prepared to,
We wonder If "laws governing the
practice jf medicine In various states"
and "mapology" are a part of the sen
ior course. They certainly are tho most
difcussed subjects with that august
body Jiiat at present.
"The mountain labored and brought
forth a mouse."
Anderson: "Why, any man with or
dinary Intelligence can understand
that," etc, etc.
When a man like Mason, who Is long
on argument, gets to unwinding, the
lecture hour may come and pass but
the argument still goes on, resulting
In no great Increase in class attendance.
I1E. X VJU
Most of the Juniors are anticipating
a prosperous summer, whether It be
carrying a medicine grip for a physi
cian or following the plow.
interested In having your station
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you want. We ask you to drop
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Dr. Jonas left last Tuesday for a two
weeks' trip over the Union Pacific sys
tem In connection with his work as
The nearer the time comes for ex
aminations the larger faces our boys
have and we wonder why.
Baker (classifying waste): "There
are three classes, garbage, sewage, and
Manlove of tho dents visited the
Medic side of the house last Thursday.
We were glad to Beo Miss Stull
back again after a week's illness.
McDonald spent the early part of the
week at his homo In Pierce.
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