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UNIVERSH Y OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, J905.
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HOUSE BILL 169
Now in tho Hands of Standing
It Will I'robnbly le Vtd on Toiluy or
House Bill No. 169 which, if passed,
gives tho board of regents of tho Uni
versity power to institute condemna
tion proceedings ngalnBt certain tracts
of land lying just north of the prosent
northern limit of tho campus, haH al
ready been referred to a committor
and will probably bo rcferrod back to
the house and voted upon today or to
morrow. Tho student body generally
has been Ignorant of tho progress of
this bill, and In iact of Its real con
tent and purpose, and nothing but the
merest details wora to bo obtained.
After the final disposition of the bill
Its contents more In detail, will be
Men Shut Out.
The girls' baakotball tournament this
year Is to bo held In tho afternoon,
Friday, at 2 and Instead of being made
gonerally (public tho games will bo
witnessed only by women. JuBt why
those In chargo saw fit to deprive tho
men of this unusual opportunity to dis
play an absolutely unselfish class loy
alty Is not known. It la filmed, this
yoar, to make this contest one more
for fun than for tho strenuous strife
for honor. Megaphones, class ponauts,
Bongs and yolls will be very much In
evidence and the rivalry, whllo in
tense, will be fun, primarily. Tho fun
.of the aftornoon begins at 1:56 with a
procession, the renowned ladloe Boston
band, of county fair fame., leading, the
Senior team, Senior maacot, Junior
team and mascot, etc., following-.
Tho Junior glrlH, tho present holders
of the championship penant, will ap
parently havo all they can do to do
Ycnd their title, for tho other three
classes are very determined to havo It
for .their wm-
The games will bo played Seniors vb,
Juniors,' 8ophomoros vb. Frosfamon,
final between winners. Mro. Claop and
Mia s Pound will officiate.
A nominal chargo of 10c is to bo
made to defray the slight expense nee-
Monday,JhflLiaUuJiL.S cm. Mr. and
Mra. Gilbert McClurg, of Colorado
8pringB. Cola, will dellvor an Illus
trated locturo In Memorial hall. Tho
lecture "Panoramic Colorado," is pro
fusely Illustrated, two hundred rare
and- beautiful lantern projections be
ing used during the courao of the even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gllbort aro sent out
over tho United States by tho stato of
Colorado to advertlso that state, and
thlB fact proves them to bo the very
beat in their lino. Lost year among
other engagements vroro Included tho
universities. -of Princeton, Columbia,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Virginia, Txas,
Wcsloyan and Brown, and at these
schools they rccolved the greatest ex
pression of appreciation of their locturo.
Press comments innumerable testify
to the excellency of this lecture at
Various large oastern cities. In tholr
lecture Mr. and Mrs. McClurg- describe
and picture tho Cliff Dwellers, Piko'B
Peak, Natlvo Anmas, Garden of 'the
Gods, Manltou, Cheyonno Mountain,
Cripplo Creek Gold Flelde. tho oxten
eivo industrial planta at Colorado
Springs, Denver, Puoblo, etc., and
many othor features which make tho
state of Colorado noted. Tho lecture
Lincoln Hotel, February 10
Eddie Walt's Foil Orchestra
Fill the Offices for the Second
Tho Freshmen met yesterday at l n.
in. In Memorial hall and elected offi
cers for tho semester. Several of the
upper-clasaracn wcro present to In
struct tho "frcshles" la the art of ro
oiganlzatlon but no attempt was made
to lnterfero with business of the meet
ing and It passed off quietly. Harry L.
Swan, of Omaha, was the unanimous
choice of tho class for tho office of
president. Ohio N. Munn, Alpha
Theta Chi, was elected Bocretary. Mls3
Florence 11. Tlllotson, of Omaha, was
elected vice-president by unaulmous
vote. Charles F. McLaughlin, Phi Del
ta Theta, rocelvcd tho majority of
votes for treasurer. Hugh E. Wallace,
Alpha Theta Chi, was the unanimous
choice for class attorney.
After tho election of class officers a
report of the committee on class yells
was called for and tho chalrmau re
ported that nothing had boon done
Tho proHldent was Instructed to ap
point a committee on class colors,
which should report beveral aeloctlous
at the noxt meeting, at which timo the
class will voto on thorn.
The 1908 constitution provides that
tho finance committee shall be elected
by the class. Prosldont Swan request
ed tho privilege of appointing this
commlttoc and on motion of Mr. Wal
laco tho request was granted by the
Still Hung Up.
Nebraska's football schcdulo for 1005
la still far from completion. The same
old unsettled difficulties among cer
tain teams in tho Conference are keep
ing colleges with which Nebraska is
In communication from completing
their dates, and so we arc kept on the
In another direction thcro Is a fail
ure to reach an agreement satisfactory
to both regarding terras on which the
gamo Is to be played. Somo of the
minor games, coming earlier In the
season, havo been scheduled but ar
rangements havo "nor progressed far
enough in the Big Nino direction for
us to bo certain ot a single conferenco
game. Juat how long this uncertain
condition of affairs will last it Is hard
to tell. That prosent difficulties will
soon right themselves is almost cer
tain and word from tho oast is expect
ed any day. All that can bo has been
done by the football management, and
now there seems to bo nothing loft to
do but to wait.
Twenty-one rotftla (or IS. Dormitory
'Varsity Against a Strong and
Tonight the 'varsity five meets the
basketball flvo representing tho Omaha
Y. M. C. A. and a close game Is to bo
looked for. They will havo tho advan
tage of having played together for
years and tho consequently Increased
knowlcdgo of each other's playing.
Slnco their return homo the 'varsity
has been practicing diligently and a
victory should result. However the
gamo will be well worth seeing. Tick
ets are on salo at tho Co-op. Reserva
tions arc niado without extra charge.
Tho Seniors held a short buslnebs
mooting yostorday In tho Chem. Lec
ture room. President White stated that
tho purpose of the meeting, primarily,
was to bring up tho mattor of com
mencement Invitations. Upon motion
the President appointed an Invitation
commlttoe, composed of J. B. Olbbs,
Miss Ruth Woodsmall and Mlsa Alene
McEoehron, with full power to decide
upon tho style, price, shape, otc, of
tho commencement program. Miss
Towno urged that all Senior girls be
prosent Friday afternoon at 2 to cheer
for the '0$ basketball team In Its con
test With tho other class teams for the
girls' inter-clasa basketball champion
ship. M. J. Brown, managor of the
Senior Annual, stated that if every
thing went well tho Senior book would
go to press about tho flftoenth of this
month, and- would appear some three
weeks later. Ho urged, too, that
there bo a good salo of those books, for
any money loft after paying bills will
be turned over to tho Senior Play
Committee and used to dofray tho ex
pense of getting up thojplay. This
will result iu cutting-down the individ
ual assessment If tho salo of- tho An
nuals Is large enough.
Freshman Laws Elect.
At a meeting of the Freshmen Law
ClasB hold In Room 207 Neb. hall yes
terday morning-Arthur O. A. Nelson
of Shlckley, Nebraska, was overwhelm
ingly elected president of that organiz
ation. Mr. B. C. Johnson was unani
mously elected vice-president, Mr. Ed
ward Affoltor, Secretary, and Mr. Wm.
Parrlott, sargeant-at-arms. Apprecia
tion was extended to the retiring of
ficers for tho valuablo services which
they have rendered during their term
Manifolding an typwrlUa. 8m
lid. Affoltor, check rooni, bwnment Ual
halt. University rata.
For Furs ica 8U1o, 143 9. 10th St
Faculty and City Ladies Lend
Digity to Concert.
Mejrrr to l'lay Tho Committee Will
Mr. Dirks, manager of tho homo con
cert to bo glveu by tho Oloo club at
tho Ollvor ono week from tomorrow,
has requested tho following prominent
faculty and city ladloa to act an hoH
tosses at tho concert:
Mro. J. H. Mickey.
Mrs. E. B. Andrews. -,
Mrs. L. A. Sherman.
Mrs. E. W Davis
Mrs. C. E. Bcssey.
Mrs. C. A. Burnett.
Mrs. Roscoe Pound.
Mrs. H. B. Ward.
Mrs. Wlllard Kimball.
Mrs. A. E. Hargreaves.
Mrs. J. B. Wright.
Mrs. C. F. Ladd.
Mrs. W. B. Hargreavos
Mrs. II. P. Eames.
S. II. Burnham.
Mrs. W. Jennings Bryan.
1 incoln pcoplo aro showing unusual
Intorest In the Gleo club thla yoar.
Most of tho boxes havo been taken by
city pcoplo nnd a largo number of
otherH -aro planning to attend. Tho
support from the faculty, too, will be
all that can bo asked for. A great doal
of help has already beon given tho
managemont by different mombore of
tho faculty, and thcro is a feeling of
hearty co-operation prevalent.
Yesterday Manager Dirks disposed of
the last of the lower boxes, and tho
upper boxes will doubtless go soon, as
numerous Inquiries havo boon .received
Seats havo been placed on sola at .
Harloy's drug store and at tho theater
box office. Reservations, however,
cannot be mndo until Monday, tho thir
teenth, unless mado through Mr.
Mr. C. L. Meyer, '07, will render a
number or two on the flute at tho con
cert. Mr. Meyer has made quite a rep
utation for himself aa a flu to -player,
and will add greatly to the morit of the
program to bo givon.
Reservations for seats In blocks will
have to be mado before Friday of this
week. Organizations desiring seats in
a body should take advantago of this
and make immediate arrangements nn
Friday Is tho last day.
Tho aloe club committee will moot
for tho last time tomorrow In U 106.
All members of this committee should
mako It a point to attend this last
Dean Bessey Sunday.
& Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, Dean
C. E Bcssey will addreBa University
men and womon on a subject 'appro
priate to tho observation of tho "Day
of Prayer for Colleges." This meeting
will be held in Memorial hall and be
causo of Dean Bessey 'a popularity and
well known ability, the hall should bo
filled. Special music will bo furnlshod.
This service will closo promptly at ten
lu order that those In attendanco may
bo present at the usual church' services
of tho city.
Hair drossing, shampooing at tho
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