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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1903)
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Freshies Found Out.
The freshies who were so active In
returning a bnd compliment to the
sophomores a week ago Saturday night
at the Bophomore party may he com
pelled to pay for their pranks In a wny
very unbecoming to studentB of the
University. It will be remembered
that a company of freshmen hung
about the armory and hampered the
sophomores as they went to and from
the hall. They threw lamp-black, fire
extinguisher and even eggs of a poor
quality at the sophs, and little care
was given to whether there were Indies
with the young men or not
The trouble was occasioned by Borne
Innocent tricks that the sophB had
played on the freshmen at the time of
their party some time previous.
For their extravagance of eggs and
fire extinguisher some of the freshies
may have to suffer; for, according to
yesterday's Star, a detective who has
been at work on the case has finally
located the ringleaders of the gang
and they will soon be called before
the University authorities to answer
for their offense. If such be the case,
these twelve freshmen, who are said
to have constituted the crowd a week
ago, will probably be compelled to
The Graduate club met with Dean
and Mrs. Sherman on Friday evening.
Professor Clements read a paper on
"Recent Evidence on Evolution," giv
ing a concise review of tho history of
the subject, and stating many facts
which are not known to the general
student and yet are essential to a fair,
comprehension of tho subject.
Dr. LIHie gave an exhaustive account
of the reent experiments of Dr. Ioeb,
of the University of California, recent
ly of the University of Chicago. The
speaker deplored tho notoriety which
the sensational Chicago press had given
Dr. Loeb, since this gives the Impres
sion that Ioeb is sensational rather
than sound as a scientist.
Miss Hagenow played Kafke's "Hel
mats Klange," with characteristic fin
ish, and MIbs Gertrude Ernst rendered
with remarkably fine Interpretation,
Nevln's "Barchetto" and Schumann's
After the transaction of routine busi
ness the club elected the following offi
cers for the ensuing year: President,
Professor R. E. Wolcott; secretary, F.
J. Bates; treasurer, Professor Engberg.
Late Society Notes.
The sororities held a very successful
Pan-Hellenic meeting in the armory
Saturday afternoon. Nearly every so
rority girl In school was present, and
an excellent time was enjoyed by all.
The nicotine convened at 2:30 p. m..
and after an informal reception a short
program consisting of vocal and In
strumental numbers and recitations
was called for. After the program a
"stag" dance was given, and continued
the rest of the afternoon.
The junior-senior reception was held
In the armory Saturday night, and
passed off very successfully without In
terruption from either of the lower
classes. Danclnc was the principal
amusement of tho evening, and those
present enjoyed a program of Blxteen
regular dances and three extras. As
the floor had been used to good ad
vantage In the Pan-Hellenic meeting in
the afternoon, it was In excellent shape.
Ping-pong and card tables in the chapel
furniBhed entertainment for those who
did not dance. Ices were served dur
ing the evening. Complimentary tick
ets were issued to all seniors, and many
took advantage of the opportunity to
enjoy the reception In their honor.
Other admission was by ticket. About
forty couples were present. James Van
Burg was chairman of the committee
Invitations have been issued to all
seniors to be present at a reception to
be given by Chancellor and Mrs. An
drews at their home Friday night. The
officers of the class also expect to re
ceive the members of the class Satur
day night. The latter affair will he
held in the art -gallery of the library
from 8 to 10 o'clock.
The University of Chicago
Law and I
Each has aspccial'CircuInrof Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
5" The courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Northfield Student Conference.
Last year about a thousand young
men from the eastern colleges and pre
paratory schoolB attended tho North
field student conference. At this con
ference the mornings and evenings
were spent In training tho men In the
most effective and aggressive methods
of Christian work; the afternoons in
athletic contests and social times.
These afternoons gave an opportunity,
which Is rarely found, for men from
one college to meet men from other
colleges and for Btudents of the se
ondary schools to get acquainted with
university men. Tho most prominent
men In the college world were there.
Men who have been on big debating
teams and figured on "All Americas "
Such leaders as Frantz and Llghtner
of Harvard, Captain Chadwlck of Yale,
Hutchinson of Princeton, Marshall of
Columbia, and McCracken of Pennsyl
vania. One of the most interesting
forms of recreation at this1 conference
Is tho Fourth of July celebration
which the universal opinion of Uiobc
In attendance In past years adJudgeB
to bo the most unique of Its kind in
The conference this year takes place
from June 2G to July 5. It will be as
strongly representative and have as
powerful speakers as any paBt confer
ence. A few of tho speakers are Mr.
Robert B. Speer, Hon. S. B. Chapin,
Anson Phelps Stokes, G. Campbell
Morgan and John R. Mott, who will
preside. It is tho earnest wish of the
d I recto re that every preparatory school
and college of the east may be repre
sented there this summer. Tho ex
penses are light. Camp Northfield,
open all summer, registered BOO men
last season. The conference Is not a
money-making scheme. It is run by
students for the benefit of studentB,
and it is the one link free from rival
ry, devoid of athletic rancor which
binds together tho colleges.
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HAT'S THE USE of carry
ing your old books home?
Leave them on sale at the Co
Op. So many of them are not
worth keeping, as they go out of date
in a short time. They will come
handy in paying for your books next
year. Many have nearly paid for
their books during the year by selling
those used the year before. We want
Second Hand Books
and will carry tbem in stock for you
and sell them for a small commission.
You can leave them here whether
you are coming back next year or
not, No storage charges for any
length of time. We will remit you
as they are sold. We have many
books belonging to former students.
Leave your second hand books at
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