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.UNIVERrFY'OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1906:
Price 5 Cent.
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PRESENTS THE "RU88IAN HONEtfr
Well Carried Out Club
Has Successful Trip
,t Two productions of the University
Dramatic Club, "The Trained Nurse"
and "A RuflBlan Honeymoon," have
met with oxcllent success during the
-"bast week. The" former, a short two
w;t football play, was given at the
llvor last Thursday evening as one
number 'of. tiie" benefit riven by the
Athletic Board to make up the existing
Solicit in the athlotic treasury. rThe
Ifilay was especially appropriate, since
!jfcfae story had to do chiefly wlth an In
Vhred football hero and. offered! nunj
"tier of cnanccs for good local hits.
"tfTho actors sustained their parts
liwell and the audience evidently en-
$yed the brisk movement of tho ac-
ton. Thq play was vshort- and. went
without a break, thanks to the care;
;fiil training of Miss Howell and' M.
Jfayser. The cast of characters was
Mrs. Worthlngton, a wealthy widow,
t Miss tJouiso Allen
I&ginald Worthlngtbn the injured
halfback. '?. .1. P jt&rlti
Margaret Worthlngton, alias "Peg
gy." Mb sister. .. .Miss Luclle Cul
Phil Armour, tils friend and Peg-"
gy's. . .. . .Prank Bellamy
.Molly Button, the "trained ..nurso
"v . . . . .. .:..".... .Miss Edith Butler
J'r. .gtrohg) Jtimily physician. u t , t ,
i .. . t rr. Roy Sunderland
The second play, a three-act drama
of ' Rnwrin'llfev was presented at vtho
- CroW' opera house as a benefit for tho
'Doane Athlotic Board, and gained aft
enthusiastic reception by the good
skod'audlohco present The play had'
Deeir, given, previously in .iuumuriu
Halibut a rearrangement of parts
inkdq;the production at Creto different
la-s'o'yjoral1 respects from the orllgnal
as given hero. The- excellent work of
Ml8aV-ljIridennan,. who look a difficult
roleja short notice,' was f a feature
oMMfe Play. '
r Uetfyeen acts a quartette composed
of' Messrs. Dorwart, Wallace, HIgglns
and Agee, pang aTnunber "of "sjolectlons
' whJchL' added decidedly to the success
of the evening The membors otJ&D
.cast vere"as follows; Mr. Edgcrton,
-MlssCarns, Miss Llnderman, Mr.Glb
son, ,.Mr. Saw-yer, Miss Erford and
Mr. Boberts, with Mr. Topporborg as
h .. musician ana prompter, mure ib
Lv J7 poBSlbfllty that the -play' may Be gtyen
in one. or more oiaer urwnp in ujo
state;; withlivt the next few weeks,, and
ILJs boped.that such'a trip if 'unddr
lalcerif)(may add materiallx. the,
Thf toramatlo dbbhake.hoyirjn 'th&
'nleriufol Jts wprlc lnvtheso twd produc-
tionstttis honed that the nlriys wmcV
are to follow In Memorial HalLb.ofpre
tf6nage th6y iieaerve. . Tho first-three
of these plays will be given within a
Ivi( weeks ad i-ywlll constitute an.
"ivtfAIioPrbop(8afs;" W&fa 6rie?
Brown's Business College, gytMj
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Last dame of Season
ARMORY. '. THURSDAY NIGHT 8:15
which will exhlbit."somb troWarlatiori
of tho "old, old story." Among those
who will )tako part are: Mlss'Mao E
bl,m( Mr". Keyser,, JMjj. Steiher, MIsb
Denny, Miss Haskell, Miss Hanlon,
Mr, Fonlon and Mr. Evans.
Dramatic Club try-outs for admit
tance to membership will bo held on
the ovening of March 20th and all ap
plicants are requested to see Miss
Howell before that time. This will bo
the final try-out this year and all stu
dents interested in dramatic work are
airgqd to consult with Miss Howell of
some membo? of tho cast committee at
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once. Tno cast..commuieo consists ox
Mi88."Qarn8,Miss Erford, Miss Louise
Allen, Miss Gould, Miss Fall, Mr. Ed
gorton,Mr. Keyser and -Mr' Sunder
land. T. V(f. C.A. ELECT8"0FICER8j
Miss tlUtilU-AfleV Cfioseti -frcldent
'and Miss Redlngton Secretary.
.The Y;,W,,C AVmetrlttt week and
folecfo'(r officers for the coming yean
As tho presidency of this organization
,18 considered tho groatest honor within'
,'the powor of the co-eds, it is generally
'p. very serious question that confronts
jthem In. regard to this choice. Miss
Pearl YAronibaid, wno nas Bervea eq
faithfully as president of the asabcla1.
by a person who IS equally capable
and suited for-the place. Miss LueUa
Airno wasoloctBd nresldent for tho on
s'ulng yjbarTho otheVsbfficef a elbctedl
are: Vl6o-presdentr,Myrtle Kauffnla'n;j
secretary, Jtieion neaingion; ireasurer
Ethel Henrlch. .
wday-afteraoonfand roports.for the!
nast year woro given.
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3 y Tickets' $t. 25 iWali,
Has Made Many Successful Trips In
Since tho last Issue of this papor tho.
two clubs (Glee and Mandolin) havo
boon taking 'In tho neighboring cities
and making a "hit" wheroaver thoy
Tho Hastings trip was a succobs
from start to finish and the clubs wero
moBt royally ontortalnod after the con-
cort at tho homo of Mr. Duor. Tho
.house was packed and very enthulsas
The trip out to Friend and Exeter
was very successful and at least seventy-five
wore turned away from thq
'doors at, ono of tho places and tho
boys were entertalnod at prlvato
houses all the time while away on this
, At Tecumsoh arid Johnson tho boys:
had a pretty good tlmo, but bad
weather Interferred with tho atteh
dance. Both clubs aro working hard
(on the homo concert and aro trying
their best to work up a concert that
Lincoln people will enJ6y and appre
The Glee Club Dutch Band has boon;
meeting evory evening for th& las't
.Week getting into shapo for' thd'blg
Lc6ricert to 'be given at the Oliver oal
April Gth, and by all Indications It will
iiot only be abloto play "It Was tho,
Dutch," but some good selections, as
some of the best University musicians
are to bo
& CoP- and set one 6t thoso Som-
breros. You may bo too late.
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THE JUNIOR AND 80PHOMORE
CLA88E8 MAKE 8ELECTION8.
H. Q. Meyers to Be Editor-in-Chief and
A, E. Burr Business
ger of Book.
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At a recent meotlng of tbo JUnToir
and Sophomore classes tho following
men woro eloctod to superintend tho
publishing of tho "Cornhusker"' 'ltf
Edltgr-In-Chlef, H. G. Myers, '07.
Managing editor, T. A. Browno,'1 07.
Business manager, A, E. Burr, '08.
In both classes considerable, rivalry
was manifested, tho Junior- raco bolng
botween Brown and Drain, whllo t,ho
Sophomoro aspirants centered their
forces about Burr and MUIb. Aftor
much Bklllful .maneuvering on both
sides, Burr carriod tho election for
tho Sophomores' and Brown 4or tho
Thore was also some difficulty ex
perienced In straightening out tho
matter of chiof editorship. President
Myers first submitted tho namo of
C A. Sunderlln to tho class as his
cholco for tho place, but, it refused, to
ratify tho appointment, whoroupon tho
president was compollod by resolution
to submit his own namo as candidate
for tho office The-olass at onco votocL
to accpp.t him as editor-in-chief of. tho
publication. Tho managing editorship
was noxt voted upon, resulting; has
already bqon ald, In tho olectionof
T. A. Browne 4
Thoro yet remains, tho election ofkah
'assistant business manager - by- tho
w 9 ,
Junior class and an assistant business
manager and managing editor by thb
Sopnombros. Tho Jublors will hold,
thblr election .next Tuesday, In a'daT
tlon to these throe officers, t!aoro aro a '.,
number of departmental editors to bo
appointed" without ratification, by tho
presidents of the rospectiyo classes?'1' -"
As yet tho "Laws" havo taken no
action relative to appolhtlng .represen
tatives on the publication staff, but '
it is expected that they will nVako 'tho
appointments la thq near future.
From all 'indications thq "Corshusk
efs" will p'rbyo a success Ih'everyway,
TJio qdltdrial .staff'ia strong' anh, w'
the united support' o'( both tho'unlp'r "
and Sophbmbrb' classes 'the publication
should bo a distinct imnrovement over ,
the publications herotofordissued at
.The cbnsolldatlon 5f-tho year Jboks""';
In tho form of tho ''Cornhusker'' f la a ,,
vory timely move, as the' Commercial
Club of the city," at Its last meeting-,
appointed a committpe, whose duty,.,- f
yf&B toprqparo jesolutlpnp 'for the re,
,strlctirig o'f adyortising intho JlJnlvor ilt-
sity publicatlpns. A representative', p(, .
The Ncbraskan callo'd upoi one .of the ,, ,
commItteo yesterafay and. found that ,.;.,
the sentlmont among the merchantapf ,.
the city seemed to bo .that they' woro
being called upon too. .often, for.adver-u'
tlflqg in Unlvorslty .enterprises.. T,ho y
merchants are of thqgeneral opinion
f? ixSl1 PWrtone,.Unlver8lty .. "
annuala daljjr jaffUcatton: .. i -
.act kYpH)MyfllU.b6'vU .oneach if
DO"t"T fall to get a Sombrero.
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