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Olco Club concert Moy Cth, Oliver
Htgulnr Gleo club rehearsal to
night at 7 o'clock sharp In Memorial
The "Innocenta" will hold n smoker
followed by an Important business
meeting tonight at the Delta V. house.
Beta Theta Pi cnteitained informal
ly at a house party Thumlay evening
at the chapter house.
The Viking dance will occur April
2Rth and not April 22d, which date was
published through error.
Phi Beta Kappa initiation occurs to
night in the rest room of Memorial
hall when the seventeen Eonlois re
cently elected to membership will be
Tho Inlcr-frntpvnit v Rnrlolv n( TIipI.i
Nil Tensilon, gave a dinner dance lnsfl and nlso ",t0,,d ,ho nil!ro-s
night at the Lincoln hotel. Some fifty
couples including several from nut of
town among tho T. N. K.'s were pres
ent and enjoyed tho evening.
Dr. C. E, Coudra has hoard Mm speak
on this subject, and says: "It will pay
university men to hear this address
)y Dr. Greene. Ho knows his subjoct
thoroughly, and ban tho ability to
present it in good form. He will not
moralize, but will give a plain state
ment of factH drawn from his own ob
servations." Professor Candy Bpeakk in the high
est terms of Dr. Gieone and of his
unusual ability in presenting this sub
ject, which no man can afford to mips.
He says that nothing should keep a
University men away from this mas3
Besides this excellent address special
music of aie quality ban been securrd
by those interested in the meeting. Mr
C. W. Tiillys and Mr. H. 18. Bradford,
both well known soloists, will furnish
the music. The nHrc assurance that
they are going to sing Is an assurance
thatthe music will be of a nigh quallt.
This mass meeting will begin
promptly at three o'clock, and will con
clude at four o'clock. Tills airange
ment has been made in order that
those who may bae engagements for
the afternoon, will be able to fill thorn
Company B Hop cornea next Friday
evening at Fraternity hall. Unlike
many of their predecessors, the com
mittee having this affair in charge
have announced that tickets will be
$1.00 and have not taken advantage
of the situnt.on to wring an extra
half dollar out of those attending. The
dance promises to bo this year, ab it
usually Is, a very enjoyable affair.
President Allen, of tho Junior class
bar appointed the committee to have
In chargo the annual reception to the
Senior class. O. H. Mather is chair
man, and Frank Brookings, master of
Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold ini
tiation this afternoon at tho chapter
house. MIsb Olivia Pound will bo ush
ered Into tho mysteries of the sorority.
DR. GREEN TOMORROW.
Prominent Medical Authority to
Address Uni Men.
Throughout the year many special
ists address the student body of this
University, but as a general rule, what
tnoy havo to say is espocially Inter
esting to but ono class of students.
There are, however, but fow special
ists who havo something of vital In
terest and Importanco for every sub
ject Dr. J. L. Greono, Superintendent
of the stato hospital for insane, who
will address University men in Memo
rial hall Sunday afternoon, Is ono of
tho few specialists who has something
to Bay in which every man in tho Uni
versity has a deep Interest. He will
deliver an address on tho subject, "A
Thiug Every Man Ought to Know,"
and tho following statements of men
"prominent in city and University life,
will Indicate tho esteem In which he
Rov. John Lewis Marsh, pastor of
the All Soul's Unitarian church of this
city, says: "I consider this address
by Dr. Greene omlnently worthy and
n fitting one one that every man
ought to hear."
Dr. II. C. Swearlngen, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, said: "Dr.
Greono Is a practical man. Ho is deal
ing with life as it Is, and speaks with
' authority on 'this. Important subject."
TO ORGANIZE TONIGHT.
Debating League Will Be Made a
Reality By Action of Clubs.
Tonight a mass meeting of the mem
bers of the different debating clubs ol
the University will be held in the law
lecture room at 8 p. m. sharp.
The new constitution 'will be pre
sented and read and motion made for
ICveryono interested should be
pretcnt and take part in the dlt" usslon
of thr different sections to be ote,l
If the new constitution is adopted
tne officers of tho organization will be
elected and the first regular debate will
The object of the organisation is pri
marily to promote fellowship among
the members and to secure n stronger
organization of the students of the
University who aie Interested in de
bate. The moFt vigorous efforts will be ex
cited to secure thoroughly prepared
discussions of up to date questions in
political economy, sociology and cur
The sontiment of the students is de
cidedly in favor of this movement and
all .feel tho need of such an organiza
tion, not only for th? discussion of
present questions, and topics, but also
for tho practical work in parliamen
tary drill which it affords.
In fact our school seems to be about
tho only ono where a vigorous student
debating organization is lacking.
Students should be better acquainted
with current topics and events, and
If there Is anything manifestly to be
deplored It is the general Inability of
students to handle a parliamentai y
meeting of any kind.
The movement deservcb the support
of all and there Is no reason why it
bhould not be- a complete success In
The Mathematical Seminar will meet
on Saturday, April 10, 1901, at 7 p. m.
sharp, In M. 302.
1. Benefits to be derived" from the
btudy of- Mathemntlcs, A. 11. Cong
2. Shew-frequcncy curves, C. C.
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