The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 23, 1904, Page 7, Image 7

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Un Society.
Gleo club concert May 6th, Oliver
theater.
Alpha Omlcron PI have Issued Invi
tations to a dancing party at Walsh
hall, May 5.
Regular Glee club rehearsal tonight
at 7 sharp. Memorial Hall.
The annual banquel of Alpha Theta
Chi occurs Saturday, April 30, at the
Lincoln.
The lnter-fraternlty society of Vi
kings will give a dancing party at
Walsh Hall, April 28.
PI Beta Phi gives a dancing party
at Walsh Hall, April 29, and their an
nual banquet at the Lincoln, April
30th.
The next social function for the Uni
versity cnlendar Is the Pan-Hoi Hop
at the Auditorium, May 20. John West
over is chairman and Messrs. Sprague
and Sutton masters of cermonles In
charge.
The following committee has been
appointed by President Smith to take
charge of the Sophomore party:
Cy Mason, chairman, Joyce Broady,
G. M. Tunlson. F. E. Denny, Miss Hut
ton, D. K. McLennan.
The annual hop of Company B oc
curred last night at Fraternity Hall.
In splto of counter attractions, the
dance was well attended and enjoyed
by all. Walt's orchestra furnished its
usual delightful music. The commit
tee in charge was Lieutenant Shorey.
chairman, Sergeant White, master ol
ceremonies, Messrs. Denney and Pave.
Tnursday evening Captain Townsend
entertained the members of the base
ball team, the managers alul Dr. Ilos
coe Pound, chairman of the baseball
committee, at a smoker at tho Sigma
Alpha Bpsilon chapter Iioiibp. The
evening was spent In tho usual manner
at Buch gatherings and wound up with
delicious refreshments, after which Dr.
Pound, Captain Townsend, Manager
Bell and the various members of the
team delivered themselves of their re
spective opinions regarding the great
American game. The smoker proved a
very decided success and a lot of spirit
was aroused. The team is pulling to
gether beautifully, not a single bit of
tho disagreeable undercurrent of oppo
sition being in evidence With the
spirit of unanimity and the ability of
tno players, we can count on the Gorn
huskers winning a majority of 14e
carries included on the trio hecun this
morning, and those next wouldn't beM
at all surprised if the team returned
with a clean list of victories.
For the past ten days the "Innocents"
have been at work upon the list of
Juniors most eligible for election to
that society. It is understood that the
whole number, thirteen, has been
chosen and the names of the fortunate
men will be made public next Saturday,
April 30, through the columns of The
Daily.
The "Innocents" Initiation and ban
quet will be hold Thursday evening,
May 19th.
The twenty-four hours which the
young ladles from Minnesota spend In
Lincoln are about as full as can well be.
After the game last night the teams
of both universities, together with n
few Invited guests, wero given a chafing-dish
party by Kappa Kappa Gam
ma at the home of Miss Gladys Har
greaves. At 9 o'clock this morning
Delta Gamma gave a breakfast in honor
of tho visitors at the Lincoln ordinary.
At one both teams will be given a
luncheon at tho Lincoln, after which
Kappa Alpha Theta entertains at a tea
at the chapter house-.
Tho Minnesota team leaves at C over
the B. & M. for Minneapolis.
First Class
Printing
The Ivy Pfess
Company.
Debating League Meeting.
The University Debating league will
hold a regular meeting this evening
and a lively debate will follow. The
organization now consists of the tena
cious fellows who hung to the old so
cieties in spite of their fast approach
ing death, because they were deter
mined to gain some practical experi
ence in debate and public speaking.
From the timber that Is now to be
found in the compost, success Is the
only prophecy that will siifllce. Fifty
or sixty good stiff men have placed
their shoulders to tho wheel and the
project must move toward the goal of
great accomplishment and make the
Importance of its position felt In the
institution. Let more come and take
a part in tho debates.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Rev. C. C Slssell, of Hanscom Park
M. R. church, Omaha, will speak to
V. W. C. A. girls Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock. This will be a meeting which
no girl can afford to miss. Room IOC,
U. Hall.
Tho noon meeting Thursday was In
charge of Miss Flossy Erford, chair
man of rooms committee. She read
extracts from Newell Dwlght Hillls on
"Faith and Character."
Friday noon meeting was a Bible
study meeting in charge of Miss Gol
dena Denney, chairman of Bible study
committee.
Miss lossie Archer and Miss Mary
Jameson are detained at home on ac
count of sickness.
Thedvlsory board will be at home
to old and new Y. W. C. A. cabinets
Saturday afternoon at 700 North Six
teenth street.
The rooms committee will give a
fudge party for members of the com
mittee at Y. W. C. A. room Saturday
night.
Girls' don't forget that you are very
welcome to eat lunch and drink cocoa
with about thirty other girls In the
Y. W. C. A. room every day. Bring
your lunch and be sociable.
Hugh Cook, of Missouri Valley, la.,
was initiated Into Kappa Sigma at the
cnapter house last night.
The following men left at 2:14 this
morning on tho C, R. I. & P. railroad:
Captain Townsend, Bender, Miller,
Adams, Belzer, Morse, Hammel, Steen,
Williams, Fenton, Cook and Manager
Bell.
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SECOND HAND
BOOKS WANTED
We will take second hand
books that we can use in ex
change for other books we
have in stock. We have
many books that will be use
ful as reference in history,
English literature, political
economy, sociology, engine
ering, etc., or modern language
books for reading this summer
in German,French,Spanish etc.
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Special Service Given to Parties and Club.
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During tho balance of
tho month we offer a
special discount on
Wafche s
The samo quality was
never offered in Lincoln
at these prices.
Call if interested.
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