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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1903)
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At chapel IaBt Monday were appoint
ed a reportorial antLcdltorlal staff for
the proposed Lincoln Academy NewB.
These appointments were made on the
responsibility of the teocherjj of the
English classes, Misses Dean and
Lathrop and the principal.
The ruIeB governing the selection
were primarily, excellence In English,
secondarily, proportional representa-
-M2.D of the University students and
two old and new Academy students.
The paper to begin with will be a
small 4-page affair, Issued once a
month for the purpose of keeping the
parents and friends of the Academy in
touch with Itfl life.
Messrs. O. J. Shaww, J. F. Dudgeon
and Max Roedlger were appointed bus
iness managers, having in" charge sub
scriptions, advertising and mailing.
Mr. G. B. Cramb was selected as
Exchange editors are Mr. A. H. Mill
er and Miss Mabel Ashley, and as edi
tors in chief Misses Dean and Lathrop
In connection with these teachers
an advisory board was selected, con
sisting of A. L. Beakley, Walter Had
lock, Anna Hoefer, Lida Le Gore, Paul
ine Reithe and 0. 0. Wood.
To this board the final selection of
nil matter and the policy of the paper
will be delegated.
This adviBtory board will have
change of the filling of vacancies and
appointment of workers.
The teporters for the University are
Zola Dellecker and Florence Hirst.
Football, C. V. Smith.
Basket ball. Jane Blanchard.
Social Hour club. Elizabeth Lyman.
Debating club, H. M. Scott.
Society and personal, Bruce Fuller
ton, Edna Baker, Margaret Wharton,
Eleanor Barbour, Kio Currie, Kath
Entire responsibility of the paper
will be thrown upon these appointees.
But little anxiety is felt for the re
sult. The fourth page will be devoted
to advertisements. First page for of
ficial notices by the principal. This
will serve for a school of apprcseice
ship to the University paper.
Football, Academy Vs. Seward H. S.,
November C at :330 p. m., at F. & M.
Park. As this may be the only game
that the team will play In Lincoln
unanimous support Is expected by stu
dents. Friday night the young ladles of the
Academy, to the number of 45 sat down
to a six o'clock supper at Mrs. Hodg
man's. After fhe inner woman had
beeajsatisfied a unanimous vote was
takeiu to reorganize the Social Hour
club. MIss"fc.ila Le Gore was chosen
president and Miss Talbot, secretary.
A program committee to take charge
of the monthly meeting was elected,
consisting of Misses Jane Blanchard.
Helen Waugh and Florence Chapman.
The social that fallowed was a decided
success, although he rain kept many
Old Timers' Program.
"Palladian Home Song," Palladian
Boys' Quartette, Anderson, Hutton, El
Recitation, Jay A. Barrett. '88.
"Palladianism A cure for all ills
that flesh Is heir to." L. B. Sturde
Cornet solo Mr. Will O'Shea.
Memorial Sketch of Prof. Wilbur C.
Knight, 86 W. O. Jones, '8C.
"Palladian JEeaUyaJs as "I Knew
Them" Henry Tucker, '99.
Reading of letters from absent Pal
Song. "A Pal Am I" Palladian
Officers President, Flora Bullock,
'97; secretary. Grace Cook, '00; critic,
Prof. Caldwell, 80.
Wright Drug Co., 149 N. 13th, Tel 313.
Band Informal at Armory Saturday,
Lincoln Transfer Co., baggage, Tele
Shave, 10c; neck shave, free. El&ora
Barber shop, 111 South 10th St
Mr. Carl Hartley has suffered a frac
ture of his right arm.
Miss Cheslngton has withdrawn from
the University on account of ill health.
Miss Elizabeth Parkinson. '06. 1b ab
sent from classes on account of ill
ness. The new tables in the law library
are a great Improvement over the old
Mr. Cole, Mr. Krajkek and Miss
Howie have joined the Palladian so
ciety. The Palladian society will render a
musical program on Friday evening.
All are cordially invited.
The third of the series of Band In
formals will be given Saturday even
ing, November 7, in the Armory.
E. H. Clark of the executive office
returned Tuesdny from a biiBinoss trip
of a few days to Cherry county.
The Y. W. C. A. will hold a recogni
tion Fervlco Sunday at 3 p. m. In U.
10G. An especial welcome is extended
to all new members.
Grace Severance, ex-School of Music,
'99, is spending a few days in the city
as the guest of her brother Ralph, of
the engineering school.
Eu. at Don Cameron's Cafe.
Lemlng's, Ice cream and candy;. 11th
and L Sta.
Union Shining Parlor, 1018 0 St.
Chairs for ladies and gentlemen.
Y. M. C. A. Meeting at York.
All members of the Y. W. C. A.
phould consider attending the annual
state convention to be held at York,
the Kith, 14th and 15th of this month.
Among the speakers those who are
more are less known to the student
body are Mrs. Hlnman, Prof. Stuff.
Miss Myra Withers, and MIbs Corwln.
Information as to time of leaving and
if turning and faie can be obtained at
the Y. W. C. A. room. All deciding to
attend this convention should leave
their names at the association room
with Miss Withers, general secretary,
who will provide for thefr entertain
ment at York.
A Noted Lecturer.
Next Sunday's meeting under the
auspices of the city and University
Y. M. C. A. societies will be of ex
ceptional Interest. Mr. Mason, a col
ored man of national repute as an or
ator and head of the Freedman's Aid
association, will address the meeting.
University men can not afford to miss
this lecture. Music will be furnished
by Mrs. Flnley Helms, who Is well
known to Lincoln people. A special
Invitation is extended to University
men to attend.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
ChriV Bath Parlors, 11th and P Sts.
LOST A Waterman fountain pen.
No. 3. Finder wlLLplease leave It at
the librarian's- desk.
Regular cabinet meeting of Y. W.
C. A. will be held In the association
room Friday at 5 p. m.
LOST An opal ring In gymnasium
laEt Friday morning. Finder please
leave at Nebraskan office.
PERSHING RIFLES Regular drill
Thursday evening, 7:15 sharp. Appli
cations of the following men have
been approved: Moore, G. A., Syford,
L. C, Smiley, B. G.
LQST A small plain gold watch
with, a diamond sot. The monogram
"B." S." on one side. Finder kindly re
turn to registrars office, or to MIe3
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