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UNIVERSnY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U J9Q5,
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PLEDGE THEM8ELVE8, WITH CO
Draft Resolutions The
4 Charges Against Suspended
Member's Withdrawn '
,. The, trial of the students charged
with destroying University property
ahd disobeying orders of University
authorities, which has been In sus
pense since the. Freshmen-Sophomore
class, fight of'last Tuesday, was given
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and after considering the matter as
h. anfo,i ronnrfnivifl nntl Bes-
sey, bewre whom tne cuarges were
heard, managed to. reach an agreement
with the Sophomore class by -which It
was not necessary to expel or tempor
arily suspend the offenders as at. first
The final- conclusion of the Dean
was basdd on the action taken. by "tho
Sophomores themselves. The vice
president, Esther Woods, called a
meeting of the class yesterday morn
ing In Memorial Hall, at-which resolu
tions were proposed to the effect thht
the class would Use their influence in
preserving order and prevntlng the de
struction of University property In the
future. In so ' pledging themselves,
however, the class made provisions.
that they should have the co-operatlotf
of tho class of '09. After discussion,
tile resolutions were passed 'and-with
them as-a "ransom, Messrs. Ira G. von
Forell. Eaton and Tlngloy wero ap
pointed as members of the committee
to" bear the, ransom to" theoeans ana
seek tho redemption of their fellow
classmates "'With these resolutions as a basis tho
Deans decided that if the property de
stroyed in the scrimmage of last Tues
day was paid for they would consider
the charges against tho members. a9
droppocTafcid the members' themselves
restored" to their former good standi
lng in the University. The .Deans, fur
ther, spemed greatly pi eased that they
were, .able to niiikd sucli a decision
and they appreciated the action lalceft
by tho'clags in drafting tho resolu
tidhs of their own accord and present
ing'-them to the Deans, Theyrlook
j'pon it as an indication of tho fact
Aat the' class Itself does not-apprpYo
of its past conduct, and" that of former
t classes' in the University;' and, with
' the aid of their successors, they are
desirous, of doing away wltti such
time-Fonored class fights, to: take part
in which used to4)e an' honor, but is so.
no longer, ; "
The battalion will apear In uniform
tonight. The ruBh of orders toV uni
forms has been so great that- the
clothing houses havo been linablo to
fill all the orders on time. Because of
this fact, men who do pot have their
Vn forms wll.t b; excused 1)'' a note
from their tailor. '
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Dr. Woodward, diseases, of the oyo,
ear, nose,'and thrdaUr Richards block,
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Last Friday evening the Palladian
Society gave Its annual HollowoVm
party hi the now Library building of
the State Farm.
The girls wero disguised In attires
weiru, gnosuy ana uncanny u.
A" uvemiiB vu iiiuabuuujr bijuui. .u
i - knplttfr crVinaf- rrnninu tnlllnc trhnnL
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stories and performing various other
"stunts," all of a. ghostly nature. A
goodly amount of npp)es, doughnuts,
peanuts and popcorn was disposed of,
after which tho party adjournod.
Many of the Seniors ofjho society
are bewailing tho fact that "this was J
perhaps the lost event pf tho kind
they are apt to experience.
The Union people held their 'pro
gram JnU. IOC. It was porllaps tho
last . program tho s.ocloty will glyo
Uiere, as their hall will be papered,
carpeted and reudy for use before their
next meeting. November 3 they will
liave their Hallowe'en party. Tho
plaoe. has not yet been decided upon,
but will bo announced assoon as possi
ble on the bulletin board,
On Monday evening, Nov. 6, at tho
First Baptist Church will bo given a
ivory interesting musical program l)y;
Mr. Henry Eames of the University
School of Music as pianist and Mr;
.Carlo Fisher, cellolst. Mr. Henry
Eames needs no introduction to Lin
coln lovers of music and Mr. Fisher
Is well known as a member last year
of the famous Chicago Symphony Or
chestra, Ho Is now with Von dor
Satuchin, a Cincinnati musician of
national promlnenco. As a special In
ducement to students of music the
price of admission for them, has boon
reduced from fifty to thirty-five cents.
A number of Nebraska alumni are
tuklng graduate wSrk at Chicago, ahd
have-formed a Nebraska club. Among
them are Thomas, '02, Exloy, '04, Sago,
'02, North, '02, andFox, '03.
Walkbvor shoos for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 0"St
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SATURDAY, NOV. 4
2:30 p. M. ' -
Temple question Debated.
"Should tho statb legislature return
the Rockefeller contribution to tho
Templo fund?" was the question that
furnished material for two solid hours
of discussion ut the mooting'' of the
Students' Dobating Club last Saturday
Tho speakers, prompted by tho oc
casion, gavo vent to a good many af
fected passions and Intense oxpros
slons. At times they' wore so com
pletely carried . away by their emo
tions that they indulged in tho pomp
of declamation and elaborato oratory.
Most of the Impromptu speakers took
sides with the affirmative.
Tho meeting was lively and tho
speakers enthusiastic from start to
finish.- Tho groat enthusiasm dis
played, OBpeclally by tho Impromptu
speakers, ,watf duo partly .to the com
munistic spirit of the speakers and
partly to tho fact that, there wero
ladles In tho audience. It "will be re
membered by tho old members of the
club that the "fair ones" were present
at some of tho meetings last year. A
few attended the debate on "Militar
ism vs. Americanism," but they came
In greatjiumbors' to tho banquet, and
whohoyor 'they were there a good
time always followed. Their coming
has now come to bp looked upon as
An 'omQn- of good times. Tho banquet;
given nt the close of last year, proved
to be an event 'worthy of repetition
and a committee, consisting of Messrs.
Paul, Martin and Fitzslmmons, has
bedn appointed to arrange for"rt sim
ilar intellectual' and "tidclal feast in the
near futurerJ. ' '
Next Saturday ovening the question
is; "Resolyed, that an Interstate Com
merce' Commission should be given
power to rdgulate railroad rates." A.
G. Casobeor and MF. Wnsson uphold
'the afflrniatlVe aiid T. A. Brown and
Mr. White speak .on the negative.
Prof, and Mrs. Chatburn. have been
called to Plattsmoutn on account of
the death of tho lattor's sister, Mrs.
B A l uL
' ; , GRAND STAND 50c
TWO HUNDRED ROOTERS TO AC
COMPANY THE TEAM.
The Iowa Team Has Every Confidence
That" They Will Repeat the Per- '
formance of a Few Years
Ago 33 to 0. ;
Manngor Morrison recoivod a tolo
gram from Ames yostorday roquostln'g
that lib reserve two hundred dbatr.fo
tho Ames rootors who will accompany
tho tonm to Lincoln on Saturdrty. Tlio
Iowa people aro as anxious that their
agricultural collogd should ddfoat us
us the Ames team Itsolf. Amo.s has
been working hard this year with tho
Nebraska gamo as tho main point of
oxcollence for which thoy should
It is up to tho Nobraska rootors to
"got busy" and co-oporato In order that
tho two hundred voices from Iowa
should bo drowned out, and nothing
but Nobraska prevail on Saturday- both
on tho gridiron and tho bleachers. Thb"
Ames peoplo como with tho scoro of
33 to 0 of a few years ago ringing.
In thoir ears, and .aro determined1 to
llvo again thoso times when Ames was
a conqueror. Thoy do not doubt for
a moment tho strength of Nobraska,
but thoy hopo to bo stronger for ono
day7 In this season, and that' Is Satur
day. The Amos team will arrive in
Lincoln' on Friday ovening, but th'o
excursion, carrying the rooters will not
como until Saturday forenoon. -
The varsity has not.japscdihTtb n
ellont dream slhco' their -dbclslycr vie-'
torjr oyer Groighton on lost Saturday,
but Instead this week has seen some
of 'tho hardostswm'k bf tho seasoVThe
mon dnlor Into 'thVwbrk .with a 'deter-'
;miriatlon 7and 3oagorndss 'that makes
tho coach's heart glad. Tho squad1
still continued to have a largoniim-
uui vl tuuuiuuwB, uvui7 uuu uagur IOI
a chnnco on tho varsity. Harvoy, who
was hurt-In tho practice gamo on last 7"
Thursday, is not able to do any work.-.
jBeokly nnd Burns, who 'wero bruised'
in Saturday's gume, aro fast rounding
into" shape again; . ' "
;f Last nlghtlhe toam went oututo-the
iStatouFarm for practice. Bootji gavo
them a shortvsIgnal'practIce, but most ,
df tho tlnio was spent in tho working-
out of mon for' tho different lino posi
tions .The guard positions still con- .
tlnuo to glvo tho coaches considerable
worry, but it Ishopodthnt' theso placos
will bo werfjookcd.to fjeforb tho Min
nesotagame It is qulto. likely that -Tayjor
and Rice will go Into both tho
Ames and Colorado games, as these
games are not governoa by Confer
ence rules, The second team 'report-1
od to Dale Drain iast evening, on the"
piece of sod ground Just southwest of
tho "Library building. Drain put.lho
mon through a spocdy signal prac
tice. ' '
.Tho officials for Saturday's gamo
have not been selected as yet, but it is .
quJto likely that thoy will bo parties
from some out of town 'place, Tho
game will commence at 3 pm. prompt
ly. Tho tickets aro on safMftt Harry
j Porter's The price will be the same
general adnilsslon and fljfty cents for
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