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Vol.V. No. 94.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
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DEBATING BOARD SELECTS WIS
'Hough, Marvin, and Sunderlln Are the
Men Selected to Represent Ne
braska Alternates Cho6en.
Alva C. Hough, 13. M. Marvin. '00,
and C. A. Sunderlln, "07, la the team
chosen by the debating board to rep
resent Nebraska In the Wlsconsln
Nebraska debate at MadlBon, April 20.
A. M. Levy, '07. J. M.-nSwonHon. '08,
and Mason Wheeler, '0(i, were selected
as alternates. , -
The committee jpoifttdcTby the d
bating boardto choose tho to
stating- of Professor'!
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Miryotlt vyxiODRicb, am
(fyoutWDtcs, announced6 its dcci
sjjurftenhiy. .j&WUli tnc exception or Hough anil
)Vheeler, the men chosen are well
known In University debating circles.
It was Marvin ami Sunderlln who
helped defeat Iowa last year, and
Swenson and Levy who administered
a like Infliction upon the Washington
University team or St. Louis.
I The two new men, while never hav
' InjC contested for varsity -debate hon
ors, are -veterans tt the art: ' Hough
represented Ottawa University In It
Intercollegiate debases while a student
there, and Wheeler the Lincoln High
School, tho forensic honor of which ho
helped defend ftr four consecutive
Einee the Institution of the "Chan
cellor's prize" and the "University
j)rbcc," JntcrcollegiaCe dobate honors
Rro perhaps- the most coveted of all !
'varsity- homorrRrteli'ypaV "fmds the
competition for places on tho team
keener and the nBplrants mon of the
highest standing and scholastic ef
ficiency in tho University'.'
, Bug Hunting.
". P.rpjrJtt.iuio.ittnd.,hl cJnsH, In. Entomology.-
-mado an. excursion into the
country vesterd ay -In uonreh' of--bug.-Jt
was tho (tirKt general trip of the
year? And proved, a very .successful onp
in point of &poi'lericu" if not In point
of the number of prizes captured. His
'clasB in Ornithology will, If the
Vajher permits, .rnako an oxcurslon
Satuidayimomlne to learn, what birds
have already appeared in this locality.
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. 4 Junior Party
!-ThoVo fiunot much", being said but
all' th; little Junior boys and girls ufo
getting their baby clothes mado for the
"Kid" party at the Slnfc Farm, Tho
children"' will leavo for the green pas
tures about 4 p. m. and have an open
air supper followed by a top splnnlnr.
contest. , Tlio exact date of tho partj
has not been settled upon but it will
nroliably happen in the luttoi part of
April.." ' ' J '
VARSITY GYMNASTIC TEAM.
The last girls' basket ball game of
the season will be playod Saturday
afternoon in the Armory at 2:110 be
tween an alumnae team and the 'Var
sity. Tho former team will be made
up of the following: Minnie Jansa, who
comes from Newman Grove for the
game; Corn Scott from Geneva, Elvn
61.V from West Point, and Ida Taylor
from Rxeter. Local alumnae players
arc- Louise Pound, Alice Town, und
Ralenora Miller. The alumnae team
will have the advantage In weight, but
expeots to play without - preliminary
practice or team work or without being
in any kind of training. Most of the
players have taken part in no game
this vuar. Officers wll' be Mrs. Clap))
and MIsr Edholm.
Admission to l,he game Is free to all
University glils who may care ,)o at
tend, but thj game Is not open to. the
general, mib!. .
, Jennfa Club, Meets
Tle' Tennis Club met for the (Irs
time this year in University Hall yes
te relay morning. After a brief report
by President Persinger, the officers of
the club for the ensuing year were
'elected'." Professor 'Perfelnger was
unanimously re-elected president of
tho society and A B. Howard secretary-treasurer.
From all Indications,
'the Tennis Cljub will be stronger in
membership than in any pievious year,
riome thirty students having already
made application for cnfbUimint
Tho Forest Club meet3 Saturday
night, March 30, at 7:30 sharp. All
are requested to be present. "The
YoKemlte Valley," G. B. McDonald."
Print Ins George Bros., 13th ft N.
SENIOR CLA88 MEETS.
Select Class Hat and Discuss Cap and
The Senior class met In V 106 yes
terday morning, and experienced a
very busrh1ilf hour. The class hat
committee reported, nnd had the sam
ples of two different styles of hats to
show to the class. These wore dis
cussed and It was decided to accopt
tho hat which was quite similar to tho
one worn by tho Seniors of Inst year
The hat is of a grey color with red
numerals. If the members of the clasS
are prompt in ordering their caps they
will be hero in about two weeks. Al;
members are urged to hand tholr order
to tho committee within tho next few
The question of caps aid gowns for
tho men was then discussed. The
question was not decided, bur icferreu
to a special meeting to bo held soon ut
which only the male members of the
cWsh will be present. President Critcs
then presented the- proposition as to
whether tho graduating class at tho
School of Music should be Included in
the Academic and Law classes. Ther6
was considerable objection raised hj
dlforent members of the class, and
the matter was given over to a special
committee. The committee appointed
aro: Freedman, Sid wolf, Montgomery,
It was decided to levy a class as
sessment for the presenting of some
gift to tho Unlvorslty from the class
of 1D0G. Tho general opinion of tho
class was that, a tablet should be
.placed' in the Brace Memorial Hall, ae
a trlb.ito from the class to that build
ing. Dr. Hagfard, 312-213 Richards Blk
ARMORYMARCH 31, '06 1
wcaw.ng DANCE AND 8WEDIBH
ar Clashes Plan Grand Drill on
pparatus The Leaders ,, -? ij
a. -.-.. .'.4 'i . s-ra
d "morning! Havo you your"
s. for the gymnhntle contest yet?
it you'd better hurry. You ain't
ti to mlFs It for tho girls will
you how the weaing dance looks
i properly executed ir you have
neon a weaver at work befoie
3om and have ever heard the click-
pl the stitches and the bumping
le shuttle you'll be right at home
the performance. If not, the
wealng in and out nnd the clapping
of the hands will picturo the scone
to you; various stitches will bexm
resented by dlfforont formations, nnd
eening the knotting nnd threading
effect ill be carried out.
Then, too. you'll see tho Swedish
gymnastic drill by tho co-eds, which
U put on by the giria taking a tench -er'B
course. There Is no special prep
aration for this, since the girls are so
lamlllar -with it that they, like a bat
talion of cadets, who at a moment's
notice can turn out for dress parade,
can carry out tho "Swedish days or
der" with precision on very short no
tice. You may also bo interested in
tho apparatus work by tho first year
men. Seventy men In seven squad of
ten men each will Illustrato regular
class as .follows: Hawthorno will lead
tho high horizontal work, Bowman
will take the squad on t!he sido-horse,
Copeland will conduct the long home
work. Tho mat work will bo under
tho direction of Moss, and Colo will
show 'cm how rt's d6no on thd ffylnj?
rings. Whilo Jone is putting- his
squad through on the parallels, J. S.
Wilton will conduct tho Work on tho
elephant. Theso seven squacln will
work at the same time, so that you
can pick out and watch tho work that
interosts you most. This idea is bor
rowed from tho three-ring circus..
Mr. Val Kcyser," '05, and at present'
an assistant In tho Department of Ag
riculture, was married to Miss Gra'c?
Dixon, a former student, of tho School
of Music, at Elmwodd' yesterday! They
will Jic at homo near Falrbury ' after
Burr Goes to Norh Platte.
W. W.' Burr will leavo this after
noon for North Platto to take charge
of tho sub-experiment Htatlon at that
place. Mr. Burr has been assisting at
the Stato Farm sinco last September
and la well prepared for his new posi
tion. Eat at Don Cameron' hew reetaa
nint, 119 So. 12th St.
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