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Cb Daily Utbraskan
A noHdaUon of
Tho HftrperUa, To1- M T Nobnwkmn, Vol, 10
Sosrlai wid Oroam, Vol. i.
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The success of last night's concert
given by tho Glee club is of course at
tributed to the whole club, In great
measure, but especially to director H.
P. Eames, whoso entering zeal has
surmounted huge obstacles, and to
Manager Martin Dirks, whose careful
attention and unflagging energy made
tho homo concert what It was.
Tho committees which aided Mr.
Dirks also did their part exceedingly
When business "so important aa
election of class officers comes up it Is
hard to bellevo that any member of iho
class to do the electing could find an
ct.cubo to be absent. Two calls for
close meetings have been made by tho
president of '07, and twice those who
responded failed to come up to tho
Apparontly tho ni)raber necessary
for a quorum Is too large and tho
Sophs afo in a dllema. They cannot
transact any business without a quor
um, and It Beems impossible to get a
quorum. Tho disinterested Sophs ought
to attend at least onco to the number
of fifty, in order that a change may
hp made, and those desirous of work
ing may proceed.
Ib the test of effectiveness of tho Phy
sical Training Dopartmont; it is tho
test of faithful training, as was shown
Wednesday, that is Buro to tell In long
rufl. Prospects for track athletics at
Nebraska aro at present, bright, and
a new University record ought to be
tho goal of every man working in tho
track athletic events.
Tho sizo of tho audience at the Gleo
club concert last night bears testimony
to tho fact that at last tho Gleo club
has won tho place It deserves In tho
ostlmatlon of tho University.' Slnco
tho disbanding of tho old musical clubs
In '96 Interest In these organizations
has waned, and It has taken three
years of hard, up-hill work on tho part
of tho re-organized Glee club managers
to recover tho lost ground and place
the club where it should be. Two years
ago, when Prof. Starr conceived the
idea of having a Gleo club here, so lit
tle interest was manifested by the stu
dents that tho management did not
feel warranted In engaging a place for
the first concert which would entail
een a nominal expense, and the pro
gram was given In the chapel to an
audience of less than two hundred.
Last year the concert was given at the
Oliver, to an audience somewhat larg
er, yet bo small as almost to discour
age the Gleo club enthusiasts. Ecctra
eftorts were put forth this year, tho
eent was well advertised and every
where the coming concert was spoken
of with pleasant anticipations. At a
next year concert It 1b hoped that
"standing room only" will greet pros
pective seat purchasers.
Mr. Jolly Sunday,
Franklin Pierce Jolly, humorist, lec
turer and Impersonator, will deliver
his celebrated lecture, the "Jolly Sldo
of Life," at the Oliver next Sunday af
ternoon at 4 p. m. Mr. Jolly comes
very highly recommended. He Is an
able and brilliant speaker. "His lec
ture Entertainments are a resistless
medley of chaste fun, solid common
sense, classic beauty, all tinged with
true philosophy and religion of life,
mingled with humorous recitations and
Impersonations." The doors open at
3:30 p. m. All men invited.
Piano boIo Mr. Don Russell
Reading Myrtle Derkey
Maude Cool, Warren Long
Reminiscences of Minnesota
John D. Pearson
Reading Anna Shotwell
Tho roBUlta of tho athletic contests
of Wednesday afternoon furnished
many surprises, not only to tho spec
tators, but to the contestants them
Bolves. Many of the men entered for
the different events did even better
than they had thought themselves ca
pable of doing, and all showed the re
sult of tho careful and thorough phy
sical training accorded those In the
gymnasium clasBes. On tho other hand
many of tho men In the events tlid not
do bo well as thoy might have done,
not bo well as they were capable of
doing. Tho season for track work Is
just beginning, and the three months
left can bo made to woik wonders by
pioper training and endeavor. Tho
men who came Into prominence for the
flrHt time Wednesday should keep up
the good work. The University needs
these now men all the time. TIiIb con
stant development of superior material
Instrumental solo MIbb Philon
Reading Mr. Strickland
Story Miss Dye
Pi ophecles MIbs Howie
Advertisements Mr. Withers
Vocal solo Miss Anderson
H. R. 169.
House Roll 169, the bill introduced
Into the legislature to give the regents
power to condemn the land north of
the University for an exte'hBlon to the
campus, has been referred back to the"
house by the committee and will come
up for consideration In about a week.
Wo had a flro Sunday night. Tho
water came down and slightly
damaged some of our finest Buita. The
lnsuranco agents have adjusted our
loss. Wo want to move every garment
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