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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MAY J7, 1905.
Price 5 Centf
MOT TO SNEAK?
OVER 100 8PENT THE DAY AT
IN BLACK MASQUE
THIRTEEN MEMBER8 ELECTED
FROM THE JUNIOR CLA88.
Enjoyable Time 8pent in Outdoor
8ports Impromptu Program Fill
Up the Afternoon.
Fearing that tho rain, which has
been threatening for tho past two
wooka might not In before Friday and
spoil their annual May outing, tho
Seniors doclded, on very short no
tice, to call tho date off. Yesterday
morning they betook themselves quiot
ly to the woods at Milford and enjoy
ed themaelvod in the good old fashion
When the special of throe cars lefl.
the Burlington station at 7:60 yester
day morning 101 members of the
Senior class wore abroad dressed for
fun and loaded with baseball bate,
gloves, and. everything else conducive
to a rollicking good time. Checker
boards, ping pong and tlddlo-dp-wlnke
wore rologated to tho far distant rear.
The morning was spent In working
up an appetite by means of woodland
strolls, baseball, races, etc., until
everyone was ready to do fuU Justice
to tho bountiful lunch provided by the
committee on arrangements- Occas
ional flurries of rain prevented tho
Seniors froni leaving BhqUer after
lunch and an impromptu program
was resorted to, tho band, Mr. and
Mrs. Clark and varlouB. prominent
Seniors taking part.
Thoso in charge of the Old Soldiers'
Homo at Milford, and tho veterans
themselves treated tho students in a
most hospitable manner. Tho special
returned to Lincoln at 5:30 yester
day evening" and headed by tholr band,
the .Seniors marchel to tho campus,
mooting at the entrance Chancellor
Andrews who smilingly expressed his
satisfaction at the "new addition to
tho ranks of tho Salvation Army.
After a few University and clasB
fyells, and cheors for the favorite pro-
' fessors of tho class, among whom was
Dr. Luckey, tho merrymakers dispers
ed, after what everybody expressed as
a most delightful "sneak."
Tfie commJtteei composed of Messrs.
Hoar .and Stephens, and Misses, Jansa,
Wilson and Jones, aro to be congratu
lated unon the perfection of detail
with wlilch tho affair was conducted.
Hard at Work.
Tho track men are fast rounding in
to shapo for the moot with Colorado
Saturday. Every evening Dr. Clapp
and his followers may be seen on tho
athlotic field doing faithful work.
Manning and Fonlon have been out
practicing for the sprints and both are
doing" well. Fenlon Jias4 loosened up
his baseball muscles and seems to bo
able to covfjr the. ground at a rapid
rate. Tho class meet, which was to
be held Saturday will not be held until
May 25 or 26. Colorado will como
down with tho Intentions of carrying
victory back to the mountain tops, but
from tho present Indications they
will lnyvoTo go sonie.
Drop Into Sanderson's and take a
look at those swell new shoes. They
Saturday Evening, May 20
Tickets 50 Cents.
Prof. Caldwell's "colts" are continu
ing to keep up tile good work, and are
last adding proficiency to their mode
of handling tho wagon-tonguo and
sphere. If tho Commercial Club getB
a look In on tho twenty-fifth they will
have to wear their' batting clothes,
and bring along the big gloves. The
faculty have decided that they will
uso the bat as a "Iofter" In the game
and lo.t every ball over the fence for
a home run. Condra was out warming
up yesterday and giving Dr. ClementB
a chance to show what he could do
with tho padded mlt. All are work
ing hard for this game.
To tho Editor of The Nebraskan :
Please announce that I am not a
candidate for Btudent membership on
the proposed Board of Publication. .1
do not feel thatho, jnove is authorized
or that It Is in tho Interest of the stu
dent body. JOHN WESTOVER.
On account of a' imrstmder8tandln&
regarding the condition of affairs
existing between the Board of Reg
ents, The Dally Nebraskan, and tho
Btudent body, I hereby withdraw my
name as a candidate for a member of
tho Student Publication Hoard.
(Signed.) C. A. SUNDERLIN.'
Tho last meeting of the University
Pedagogical Club for tho school year
will bo held In Room IOC University
Hall, Thursday evening, May 18, at 8
o'clock. Tho program will consist of
short addresses by the president of
the Club and members of the Univers
ity facultyr A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all persons Interested.
Tho University Y. M. C. A. member
ship committee consisting of M. A.
Benedict, F. M. Hunter, D. A. Kerr,
Fred Haggart, Stanley KroJIcek, B. E.
Yoder, W. Klewlt, Fred Burr, R. H.
Flndloy, B. K. Eaton, J. E. Bednar, J.
H. Miller and P. F. O'Qara will meet
In the Y. M. C. A. rooms at 7:30 this
Sombrero Out Thursday
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Dancing at 8:3o
High School Day Friday.
The work In preparation for High
school day, which occurs this year on
next Friday, Is about completed. Tho
posters advertising tho athletic moot
on the campus and tho interscholastlc
debate, to bo held in tho ovonlng In
tho Memorial Hall, aro out and tho
programs for tho day wore placed
in tho hands of the printer some time
ago. University students wearing
badges with tho legend "University of
Nebraska" will meet all trains and
escort all parties to tho University.
The University guides will show tho
visiting students about the campus,
buildings and laboratories. The exer
cises of" welcome will be held in Mem
orial Hall at 1J. a. m. Tho athletic
meet and dress parade by the Univers
ity Battalion will take place In the
afternoon and the Interscholastlc de
bate will be held in Memorial Hall In
the evening. Tickets for the debate
may be obtained at the Registrar's df
flce. Four high schools have, thus far, In
dica.t94j.helr intention of sending rep
resentativeald' participate In the field
meet. It Is expected that several
more will be added to this list. The
schools which have Indicated their In
tention of sending representatives aro
Havelock, York, Beatrice and Hum
boldt. Omaha and Lincoln are bared
from participation In tho field meet.
It la expected that about six schools
will send representatives who will at
tempt to carry off the honors In the
interscholastlc debate. It Is probable
that Lincoln, Omaha, Beatrice, Fair
bury, York, and Crete will bo repre
sented. The debate promises to bo
this year, as usual, a close and excit
The annual reception of the Medical
Society held In Art Hall May 12 mark
ed, tho close of the meetings of that
society for this year. The meetings
of tho society have been quite well at
tended by the students in the Medical
School and all feel greatly benefited
For Fura aeo Steele, 143 S 12th St.
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The Society Was Organized by Girts
In Present Senior Class First
Eleclon to the Society.
Tho Society of the Black Masque
has announced the newly elected mem
bers from tho girls of tho Junior class
Tho Black Masque Was organized
by tho girls In the present Senior
class, being fourteen chartor members.
This Is the first election to this so
ciety. The Black Masque will hold
Its Initiation and banquet at tho Lin
dell on Tuesday, May 23.
The Freshmen hold a. footing In
Memorial Hall yesterday at chapel
time. Just what tho purpose of tho
meeting was, or Just what business
was transacted seems to bo somewhat
of a mystery to those who wore not
present. Even tho "Sophs" aro com
pelled to "wait and wonder." Though
there wore no caps In sight (somo
claim that there wero a few out of
sight) the "Freshlos" tried to croato
a little Bensatlon and rushed out of
tho hall swinging their hats and yell
ing, but tho Sophomores were not on
hand "to enjoy the fun."
Unions at Wesleyan.
A crowd of Unions boarded the 7:20
car for Wesloyan last Friday night,
whero they wero the guests of tho
Senior Theophanlans. After a short
literary and musical program given
by the visiting society, tho meeting
was adjourned for a social time.
Early In tho evening tho regular
business meeting of tho -Thoopranlons
8ocloty waa announced and an Invita
tion given to tho visitors to remain.
This business meeting proved to bo
one of the 'Senior May Outing" type,
and whether tho Theopanians got tho
Idea from our Seniors or vice versa
s disputed. In this business mooting
everybody took part and with few
exceptions an equal part. Tho man
ner In which both now and unfinished
business was dispensed wlh though
In a cold manner was surprising, and
some comrootionB, but no lost motions.
Every motion had liberal support and
waa Immediately followed by a sec
ond, third and fourth. After all tho
Ice was gone and cakes were no more
a motion to adjourn waa unanimously
carried. The Theophanlans pay ttie
Unions a return visit In Union Hall
next Saturday night, May 20,
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
now restaurant, 11a South 12thu
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