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RASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 906
Price 5 Cents
THE CA8TE 8ELECTED
i MUCH CONSIDER
The "Prisoner oJZenda" to Be the
Play PGt'On by the Class
The try-outs for the Senior play are
ovr and the fortunate ones havo boon
selected. MIbs Leah Meyer was
chosen to represent the leading lady,
while Claude Davis will be the lead
ing man. Many of the parts were
very closely contestod, especially that
of-Reading man, "and It was only by the
closest margin that the decision was
made. Charles Sawyer, who takes
the second most important; part among
the gentlemen, gavo Mr. Davis a very
dose race. But the selection of Claude
DaVla will meet with the approval of
The caste as a whole Is one of re
markable' strength, and liTputting on
the. "Prisoner of Zenda" they will offer
a production which tho Senior class
cnn well bo nroud of. The work at
practicing for. this will commence
immediately and continue until the
time of Its production, Commonco-
Burnt weekT "Miss Howell, who-wll
hijiye charge of the work, Is very optl
mjfctlc over the material with which
alio has to work.. rpho following la the
Princess Flavla Leah Meyer
Atjitonette de Mauban.... Grace Roper
CQunteBSAtadlla Edith Butler
Fru TopplhcH Jane Blauchard
Countess Holga (Lady In Waiting)
V v. Ethel Haynes
Countess von Stroffson....Ena Brach
Countess von Relsburg. . .Ethel. Howie
.Rudolph Roaaondyl Claudo Davis
Colonel Sapt .Chas. Sawyer
Duke Michael Charles Wallace
Rupert of "Hontzan Earl Marvin
Fritz Von Tarloholm Robert Hill
Rudolph, thp Fifth... Maurice Benedict
Dptchafd.V. . '. .WilllamWhelan
MJarahn) Strakencz Montgomery
Franz Tepplch..'... .,.- tfrajicok
JBertrand E. Don Skeon
jManflKor .Morrison has been moder
'-. alely successful In collecting funds
ta pay tfro qxppnsea ot Dr. Lpes when
he attends the meeting of the football
rules committee therend of "the week.
- " About forty dollars was collected
dqwn town, and each fraternity has
been'asked'to contribute five" dollars
and mbst of them have consented.
Freshmen, scared by thoughts of. exam,
Sophomores who are. beginning -toi
Juniors, wlth'your frowns and sighs,
Seniors alone confident and wise;.
Graduates, with but little to do,
Professors and, teackers, here's, some
thing for you.
Sweoton-up all, hi there, hey,
Down In the rooms of the Y. W, O. A.,
Choicest of candles on sale today,
Holler skating at the. Auditorium.
i The University
"A Russian Honeymoon"
Saturday Evening, January 27th
, Unl. Chapel. Admlsslpn 25c
New Latin Courses.
Course 8. This courso consists of
illustrated lectures, accompanied by
library work and papers by the class,
The subjects treated are sufih as archl
tocturo, tomples, houses, wall decora
tlons, museums, statuary, Pompeii,
Italian scenery, war implements, manu
scripts, household utensils, dress, art
in tho homo, in general articles Illus
trative of Roman life. While this is a,
continuation of course 7, It may be
taken without It, but It is not recom
mended to those who can take both
courses another year. It ia especially
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Woman's Bulldlnsj, Statu Farm
It looks now as It tho University of
Nebraska wllj be well represented at
the Students' Volunteer convention at
Nashville, Tenn. Several people have
already"stated their purpose to attend
apd there still remains somo tlmo for
thew students to decide. Th conven
tlbn is from February 28 to March 4.
The trip of Itself will bo an Inspiration
and tho convention will bo. th great
est gathering of students that has.evor
been essembled in America. Some of
the greatest speakers in tho country
in - .
Friday, Febtaaty J 6, J 906
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Wait's Entire Orchestra
recommended to seniors in Latin or
history. One hour attendance. One
hour credit. Tuesdays at 3:00. U.
Courso 44. Teachers' Courso. Lec
tures on methods of teaching Latin
and on subject-matter often over
looked. Model reading of sub-freshman
authors. One hour attendance.
One hour credit. Mondays at 3:00.
I may bo consulted in regard to the
above courses In U. 20R at 11:30, or on
Thursdays at 3:00.
GROVE E. BARBER.
will bo"thero,and it is needless to say
that a gathering of 3,000 enthusiastic
students will? inspire them to 'their
best effdrts. Mr. H. O. Hill of -New
York Clty-wlll address a mass meet
ing of students In Memorial Hall next
Sunday on tho. subject of the conven
tlojo. The regular meeting of the Uni
versity Young Men's and Young
Women's Christian Associations will
joln.wlth this mass meotlng at 3 p, m.
big bargains. SanderJ
TO RAISE EUNDS
8TUDENT8 TO GIVE ENTERTAIN
MENT FOR FUNDS.
Big Entertainment to Be Given for
Purpose of Raising Money to
Pay Athletic loard Deficit.
Tho student momborq of tho Uni
versity Athlotlo Board held a mooting
In tho Y. M. O. A. rooms during tho
chapel period yesterday morning and
doclded to give, a vdudovlllo entertain
ment for the purposo of raising tho de
ficit which tho board Is at present fac
ing as tho result of a falluro to mako
tho oxpectod amount on the football
soason. Tho season Itself was suc
cessful, but tho alight deficit left ovor
from track and baseball of last year
and tho monoy spent on tho two lota
north of tho campus which the board
purchased during tho summer mofo
than ate this. upAa4. left; a balance of.
over seven hundred dollars on the
wrong sldo of tho ledger. Twq mom-
bers of tho board borrowed money on
tholrporsonal credit to cover this sum,,
arid it is to repay these gentlemen as'
well as to furnish mnooy for the pur
chase, of swoators for tho men who
played -oh-tlie ibotbaUc'.team that this'
entertainment has ben devised.
In- all probability it will occur on
March 8 In- the Oliver theater. As yet
no definite arrangpmonts havo been
made as to tho program, 'but it will
Include a comedy sketch by members
of the Dramatic Club, songs, by tke
Gloe Club, some fancy gymnastic feats 4
and stunts by professional entortam
era. All tho fraternities havo agreed
to back tho proposition -heartily, and
it Is certain that It will bo a great
CENTRAL Y. M. C. A. "METEORS."
Will Meet the Varsity Monday Night
njhe Armory. '
Tho "Meteors," which represent, the
Chicago Central Y. M. C. A., are a.
bunch of basket-ball players that 'aro
playing the gamothls yoar and havo
won victory alter victory thus far.
They havo probably played moro
games so far this year than any other
team In tho West. On their first trip
Into Wisconsin" they defeated therPqrt
Washington team by a good margin.
Port Washlngtonjias pot been defeat
edjjoforo this year by any team on
their home floor, and laBt year they -
lield tho championship of Wisconsin.
Besides this, they had defeated Whea
ton College and" several other fast
They come to 'Lincoln for a game on
their way to the Pacific coast, where
they play the Y. M. O. A. teams fo
Los Angeles and San Francisco. ' The
game In Lincoln should be one of, the
hardest on their trip, and to win the '
varsity will have to fight for, eyery
tpoln they get But from the present
(Indications, the varsity should put up
tVier Dana a Vlnrl rt 'haaUAt.Hall hav
played in the K. 0. A. C. game. It is
hoped that the hard work of tHe flve.
men who represent Nebraska will be
given more liberal support by the Unl
vorslty students than they were at .the
hist game. Tickets" will he placed' on
sale In a few days. '.,!
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