The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 05, 1904, Image 3

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Tho debating society of the Lincoln
Academy will meet next Tuesday even
ing instead of Saturday evening as
Professor Fogg went to Crete yes
terday. Ho acted as judge of tho an
nual debate between Doane and York
colleges which took place last even
- ing.
The Chemical Journal club meets to
day. Dr. Dales will give a talk on
'"Magnesium Salts." Mr. KoyBcr and
Mr. King will also give short talks on
supplementary subjects.
H. C. Parmelee, formerly a student
in tho department of chemistry, is now
located In Denver, Colo., and has an
established, thriving business as as
sayer and commercial chemist.
The students in the history depart
ment under Professor Aylsworth re
ceived a pleasant surprise by tho pre
sentment of a list of pointed questions
last Thursday and Friday mornings.
An announcement has been issued for
tho Farmers' Institute of Chambers,
-Nob., which will bo held March 8, part
ly undor-the auspices of the University
of Nebraska.
R. A. Pembroke has withdrawn from
tho university because of outside work.
Plans for remodeling tho chemical
building are now under consideration.
Professor Nicholson says, according
to present plans, and considering the
money appropriated, the spaco in the
present laboratories will bo onlarged
ten per cent.
An extensive library will be placed
in the new physics building on Its
completion next fall. Reference books
and treatise pertaining to physics,
meteorology, astronomy, botany, zool
ogy and tho various departments of
Tonight at 10 o'clock, at tho Lindell
hotel, the annual banquet of Sigma
Alpha Epsllon occurs. Covers will bo
laid for sixty. Cliff Crooks, '03, as
toastraaster, will -call for responses to
tho following toasts:
1. Our Heritage C. W. Tofft.
2. Nebraska Lambda Pi Ralph
3. Here and There George Bartlott.
4. Lincoln Alumni Association B.
B. Sawyer.
5. Joys and Sorrows of a Frat
House R. A. Wlieelor.
6. Outsido and In Elliot B. Graves.
7. Prospects Edward Qulllen.
8. Sigma Alpha Epsllon E. B. San
ford. 9. Gqod Night Cliff Crooks.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon gave a delight
ful dancing party last night at Walsh
hall. Purple and gold of S. A. E. uni
versity colors and palms transformed
the hall very prettily. Eddlo Walt's
orchestra furnished tho music and
light refreshments were served be
tween times. Some forty couples were
In attendance. The party was chap
eroned by Mr. and Mrs-. E. B. Sawyer,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Roth, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Funke, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Minor.
Out-of-town Slg Alphs here for the
party and banquet aro: E. B. Sanford
of Kansas City, D. L. Jouvenat of
AInsworth, Oscar Volt of Grand Island,
Jepo of Tokaraah and St6wart of York.
j New Spring Designs in g
Tho library has received a large
shipment of books from Germany.
Among them are tho first nine volumes
of Hazlett's works, which will bo of
Interest to tho English literature de
partment; a set of four .volumes of
Garnett and Gosso History of English
Literature, and an interesting set of
twelve volumes of "Hobbel's Werke."
Tho shipment also Includes nine vol
umes on mathematics.
Hn Society.
Miss Bertha Shldler, of York, is vis
iting her Kappa sisters.
Miss Kate Heacock, who has been
quite ill with la grippe, is now nearly
Beta Theta Pi 'entertained informal
ly at a house party lost night at tho
chanter ljouse.
Following initiation, Kappa Alpha
Theta will hold a "Katsup" tonight at
tho chapter house,
The first public danco since tho
Junior Prom will be given tonight at
the armbry after tho Wisconsin-Nebraska
basket ball gamo. One ticket
admits to both the game and the hop
and as both causes are of tho best a
large attendance should bo on hand.
Next week, on Friday evening, at
Fraternity hall, occurs tho annual
non-commissioned officers' hop. This
affair in years past has been one of
the most enjoyable of all tho Informal
dances. Coming, as It does, sometime
after tho Prom, and when Lent adds
Its sombre tone to such festivities, It
is just far enough removed from the
beginning of self-denial for the less
devout, tho majority, to thoroughly
enjoy themselves. R. H. Whit and
M. B. Case havo the affair In charge.
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The program rendered by the now
mombers of the Palladlan Literary
socloty last evening was pronounced
a success and tho hearty applause from
the seniors who sat back and watched
the skill and stagecraft of the ama
teur performers echoed from all cor
ners of the hall.
There wore In all about thirty par
ticipants, who wore a garb to resem
ble some Mother Goose character,
which was acted out by the different
mombers while a motherly voice from
behind the curtain sounded forth the
childish rhymes, with Miss Anderson
furnishing the musical cadence.
Intermingled with these acts woro
pantomlnes and burlesques In scrtach
ology, and other buffoonery material
ized by tho youthful minds to Jest tho
older members.
For the- success of the program much
of tho honor goes to MIbs O'Connol,
who has worked hard to perfect the
performance and the now members in
turn liberally contributed of their
time and careful attention to make it
a success.
Tho war between Japan and Russia
will bo a great educational affair for
the young American and George Bros.,
printers, would be glad of an oppor
tunity to Improve your education in
their line. Aut. phone, 3400; Bell, A
349. Fraternity building.
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Big Reduction. Sanderson's Sale.
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