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Vol.V. No. 89.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, J906.
Price 5 Cents
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'07 PROM REPORT
JUNIORS MEET TO HEAR REPORT
OF PROM COMMITTEE.
Edgerton Reports a Deficit of $2.00
Committee Is Appointed to
The Juniors met yesterday in Me
morial Hall to hear a report of the
chairman of the Prom committee. The
delay on the part of the chairman ir
submitting' his report has been the
occasion of some unpleasantness, as
was shown by the spiilt of a few of
the men -who spoke yesterday. Mr.
Edgerton explained that "tho delay had
rot beem on account of any intention
to try to escape giving a report, nor
because he could not properly account
for the receipts of the dance, but
rather becauso of the fact that he had
n claFs at tho hour at which tho meet
ing va3 called and because of the ruHh
of business before the class. The fol
lowing is the report as submitted to
the class by Mr. Edgerton:
Tickets at the dcor 89
Comps - 23
Paid tickets .accounted for.... 61
-Items of expense
JohnU!hl, services $ 1.50
Decorating, of dance
Crepe paper, etc.
Nebraska pennant lost.
Scissors lost '. . ....'.
I-alm? .v 2.00s
Korsmeyer (rent of globes,. wire
and electrical display)-.... '...;" .4. HO
Jj.paneso lanterns 1.00
Cab-hlro, chapcroncs.., , 7,00
jrogranis , 17.00
Iiotol s '.' ' 50.00
Punch and refreshments 20.00
Music .v 30. CO
Printing,- advertising, etc -v... 4.00
Electric sign 3.00
Drayage ,,' ,?-
Incidentals ........ .'". .!.".. .....'. . 1.00
Kixty-ono tickets at $2.51)..
Deficit $ 2.00
After some discussion if was voted
to appoint a commlte(j of five to ex
amine tho records and Investigate" tho
latlrc affair nnd' report on their find
ings to tho clnss at a-future mooting.
The committee appointed was as fol
lows: Cornelius,' Do YflHrtfg, 'Brown;
Union Officers' Program.
Instrumental Muslc-Qora Borkoy.
Reading W.. A. Woodward.
Duet Elizabeth Shotwoll and M. E.
'Readipg J. E. Bqdnnr. ,. , ,.
Duet Misses Swanson and Shot
well. , .
Music-r-Messro; Miller and Ozman,
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Forbes Stables, IJvery, cab and bag
gage, 1125 P St. Bell 550, Aiito 1550'.
Chapln Brbs., Florigts. 127 So. 13tb.
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Friday March Twenty-three
9:00 p. m.
Students Debating Club.
The Students Debating Club baa en
tered on a new era of administration;
hno elected now officers, appointed new
committees but still continues to hold
tho same rousing meetings as of old.
At the last election, H. A. Brubjikor
was elected president, R. R. Smith,
vice-president; C. N. Simon, secrc
tary and treasurer; Thomas Martin,
critic, and J. M. Paul sergeant-at-arms.
Messrs. Whalen, Simon and Drubakor
are members of tho executive com
mittee. Smith, Spaltz and Fitzslm
mons comprise tho membership com
Tho executive committee Is arrang
ing for joint debates with other
schools. Tho committee has submit
tod a question to the Alpha Omega
dobating club of Doano College and
an answer la expected before next
Saturday night. A debate has been
"cinched" with the Dialectic Dobating
club of Wesleyan. Mr. Thompson, a
representative of the Wcsloyan club,
was present at tho last meeting of tho
Students' Dobating club and submit-
I ted for debate, the railroad rate ques
tion, "tho. essence of which Is embod
ied In- the Hppburn-Tillman rato bill
now before tho "United States senate.
Tho quostion wan ncceptcd, the Stud
ents Dobating Club has Its choico of"!
sides and the choico will bo rilado at
th4 next mooting.
The team which Is to represent the
club in its debate with the Dialectic
club of Wesleyan will be picked by
competent Judges from the squad
which takes part in a preliminary do
bate which will be hold April 7th. Any
member of the club may, on applica
tion to tho secretary, onter tho pre
liminary debate. Any student, other
than a membor, who desires to ontor
tho preliminary debato should consult
with tho membership committee.
At tho meeting next Saturday night,
tho question debated will be Resolved.
That tho constitution of tho. United
States should bo nmondod to provide
for tlio olectlon of United States sena
tors by dlrdcl vote of Uho people. A'f
,nrniativ,or.Av.Hr Miller, G. T.vFenlon;
negntlvo, W, J. Ballard, T. R. Nelson.
BIGGEST' GYM EVENT OF the YEAR
ARMORY, ; ? MARCH THIRTY PNE,
EIGHT'P. M.- RESERVE THIS- DATE "
General Orders No. 9.
The First and Second Battalions of
Cadets and the Cadet Band will take
part in tho ceremony of escorting the
remains of tlip late Major General
John M. Thayer, on Friday, March 23,
Tho First Battalion and Band will
assemble in the Armory at 2 '.15 p. in.
Tho Second Battnlion will assem
ble In the Experiment Station at the
Stnto Farm at 1:30 p. m., and proceed
by trolley to the corner of 12th and O
streets, reporting on arrival to the
The Artillery Detachment will pro
ceed to Wyuka cemetery -in time to
prepare for firing a salute and three
salvos, as directed.
Tho Detachment, Signal Corps, will
report to Sergeant M. A. MI11 at the
Armory at, 1:.00 p. m.
By direction of tho Chancellor.
JNO. G. WORKIZER,
Captain 2nd U. S. Infantry..
Today the Day.
Down in Jhq Y. W. C. A. rooms you
will find a bunch of maidens fair, doal
lng out candy and popcorn balls. Tho
candy Is as good as any you over ate
tho writer will vouch for It, as ha got
an Inside tip and the popcorn bojls
well, JuBt go down and see for your
solf. After much discussion the math
ematics department was finally callod
on and it' was decided that poj)dorn
balls must of necessity bo round,, so
that shape was given preference over
The girls have agreed to "glyo an
oxtra swoet smile to each customer,
today and thus you may know thbso
who have' been to the Y. W. candy
sale. Tho purchaser is. allowed to weary
tho Hinllo awux and It becomes n
"smile That won't como off" as soon
as he. starts to cat. Bettor go down
right away and soe about it.
A young woman's shoe, Sorosls.
Rogers & Perkins Co..' 1129 O Street.
with. Ludwig? about yom
WILL GO SOUTH
BASEBALL TEAM WILL MAKE A
TRIP THROUGH KANSA8.
Manager Eager Arranges Good Sched
ule For Soithern Trip Will
Play League Teams.
On March 4th, last year, "Unnclurto
Colts" were kicking up" their heels in
genernl and "putting In a few 'licks'
en tho diamond," in particular by the
kindness ot Dame Nature, but al
though Morse's aggregation hasn't
Kicked up any duet aj yet on the field,
It has boon so thorough In Its prelim
inary work that "Ducky" Holmes bet
tor look to his laurels on April 0 and
7. After thlB Initial game, Eager, tho
manager, will Invade tho Jayhawkors'
territory, whence flvo scalps must re
turn dangling at" the belts of tho Corn
huskers. Wednesday morning, April
11, at 7:25 tho hunch will leavo over
tho Union Pacific, and on April 11 will
'put on the. gloves" with the State
Agriculturists at Manhattan. At Law
rence the team Is booked for two
games with Kansas University, one on
tho 12th and the other on the 13th.
Following this, on tho 14thnlvbgkqJ
Following tils game, on tho 14th, tho ,
polriicrs willpe taken on at Fort Rllcy,
Kans., which will Btlll leavo ono more '
game for the Kansas schedule, and it .
will bo played on the 10th at St.
Tlio team will Just reach homo again
v hen two more gamc3 will bo flayed
with the Western league. Theso will
bo on tho 18th and 19th, then two-with
tho red-men, Green's Nebraska In
dians, on the 20th nnd 21st, and again,
two more with tho city team will J lipid 7
'".m until tho-Eastern trip on tho 28th.
Elaborate arrangements and a fast
BChedulo are in storo for the team on.
tho 'Eastern trip, hut somo changes
will he necessary "before the 'schodulo '
will be made public, Tjho fans are
anxiously waiting (1ie appearance of
tho now Jersoys, caps and' blocking.)
whlcji are on the way .and rqmember
with pleasure tho first game last year
on March 18th with WcSleyan, and
ue famous "Bayonets .v. als" fracas .
of March 23, 190, ' ; i '
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, Bailey .To Speak. c.' ,
Mr. J."" P. "Bailey, tho popular state
secrotary of tho Nebraska Young'
Men's Christian Association, will ad-'
dress tho men'.s mass '.meeting at tho
Ollvor theatre. Tlioro tTre fqw itieh In'
tho state vvho are more pojulur -with-
young mon than is Mr. Bailey. This
meeting will be the last of the series
of mass meetings thuUhnvo been'h&ld
at tho Oliver through tho winter
months nnd special effort is being put
forth to make this sorv.ico attractive
and interesting as well as helpful. Be
sides tho address by Mr. Bail.qy there
will be special music of a vary- high
order. Mr. Carl Stcckelh.erg, tho noted.
violinist nnd Miss Maud Kendall will -' t'
furnish ttfo musical part of tho pro- .
gram. ' ,.
Eat at Don Cameron's new reetau- 'v...
rant, 119 Sp. 12th St.
Dr! Haggard, 212-213 Richards Bile
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