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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1906)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN,
tbc Daily Hebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, VpJsri, Tho Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, 8cariot4and Cream, Vol 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nobraslta,
Lincoln, Web., by tho Hesperian Publish
Ing Co. ;
Application mado for entry at tho
postofneo nt Llncqln, Nebraska,. W
Becpndclttflfl matter under act of Con
greBB of March 3, 1879.
Board of Directors,
o. v. P. Stout. Laurence Possler.
H. P. Leavltt.
A. O. Schrctbcr.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation W. a. Standovon
Telephone Automatic 1628
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Prlco. J2 per year In advance
ThlH Isbuo of thfe Nobraskan is nl
rnoHt ontlrely dovoted to tho Univer
sity of Nobrnskn Oloo and Mandolin
Clubs. Tho cuts presented in tho pa
per arc of difforent features of the pro
gram as well as tho club pictures.
Tho objector this is not from any
mercenary view on. pur part at all, but
It 1b for a cause that is considered
worthy of any effort, wo may put forth
to booBt. Tho clubs aro practicing
hard Tor the programs to bo given Fri
day afternoon and evening and every
member feels that upon hjlm rests tho
responsibility or bringing about the
best rendition of tho different parts
possible. One thing Is sure and that
is that tho program is the best ever
given by a University Glee Club. Tho
Mandolin Club is just as strong as tho
Gleo Club and its part will make up
jUBt as great a feature of tho program
us the Glee Club.
Tho tickets go on sale this morning
and If you have not already reserved
yours It is high tlmo that tho deed
should bo dono. Make it tho object
of your day's recreation to go to tho
Oliver and securo tlckots for either
tho matinee or night's concert. Tho
men on tho clubs will appreciate your
attendance at their concerts more than
you can Imagine, and they will bo dis
appointed if you fall them. Which
will it be, un appreciated action or
unlocked for inaction?
The buslne'ss men have put their
financial support buck of tho clubs und
. It is little enough for us to do when
,wo attend tho concerts, and recelvo
raoro than tho ynluo of our money in
theovenlng's. entertainment. Tho spe
cial convocation on Thursday will be
a place whoro you can show tho men
how you Btand in regard to their work.
Now, let us make thorn feel wo are
with thorn In ovory move.
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year, and havo nrrunged their enter
tainment in three parts. About nu
hour or regular concert work, a hyp
notic act, strikingly original and full
of novelty mimical acts, and their min
strel act, which has made good in all
their concert, Thy minstrel act for
the homo 'concert will be entirely now
with tho exception of "Crip" Klmmel's
bear stoiy and Ed. Johnston's song,
"Nobody," both of which the public
Th-j boys are particularly fortunate
In the number of specialty artists thoy
0. 0 Ireland of "Wesleynh Quartet"
fame, jib a whiBtling specialist; G. S.
Johnston, tho well-known tenor.; lxul
Meyer, who hns simply captivated
every audience this year with Iub flut-j
solo; E. E. Sprague, who makes an
Ideal "Dr. Flunk," the real hypnotist :
Mr Cmblll, the most beautiful Japau
osj dancing "maiden" Imaginable, and
the two black-faced artists already
mentioned. It is not Burprlslng that
the boys have proven themselves the
"best gko club over in the West."
Thoy appour at the Oliver April Gth
noxt Friday. Matinee and night.
Afternoon prices, $1.00 and 50 cents;
night, $1.00, gallery 50 cents.
on the program was d minstrel net, and
at its close tho professors were loud
in their praises. Dr. Bessey .said:
"Now that Ib tho kind of Gleo Club wo
want in our University. I camo here
to hear a concert and have had an
hour's complete mental recreation. I
nm "well pleased." Professor Caldwoll
was heard to remark: "That Is what
we like. I have laughed heartily for
an hour. I wouldn't have missed this
for a great deal." ,Dr. Fling said.
"It's all right, boys." Dr. Bolton said
ho was well pleased, but. claimed that
ho had heard one of tho jokes the
first time when he wore kilts, years
ago. Tho black-face artists assure Dr.
Bolton that this particular joke will
bo left out Friday and only strictly
original jokes sprung.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, MATINEE.
FROM THE FACULTY.
Professors Speak Highly of Work of
Glee and Mandolin Clubs.
At a private eoncort given last Feb
ruary by the clubs the faculty woro
Invited to see tho kind of work done
by ttd clubs. Among other numbers
The" University of Nebraska Glee and
Mandolin Club Has Made Good.
The club has received vory flatter
ing press notices and enthusiastic re
ceptions from audiences wherever thoy
havo appeared. The boys always have
stood on their merits and have asked
for criticisms as entertainers as com
pared to the better class of profes
Columbus Telegram says: "Essen
tially tho entertainment throughout
had a typical college tinge, but that
was not the most rodqoming feature.
Standing on merit alone, it would rank
high with tho best on tho road."
One over-enthusiastic theater mana
ger told them: "Boys, if you .will add
some prize fight moving pictures ' to"
your show I will book you over tho'
country for next senson and pay good
The secret of the success of their en
tertainment seems to bo . its varied
character. There has been much com
ment on tho balance of tho parts and
the voice quality of the concerted part,
and after showing what fino real
music they can put up, tho boys jump
loose on college stunts, original fea
tures and fun-making, which makes a
well-rounded out entertainment. At
Hastings the nudienco gave eight on
cores to the last musical number on
the program before tho closing chorus
and were loth to go when the Curtain
finally went down while the boys wero
singing "I Don't Know Where I'm
Coin', But I'm on My Way."
Crack Flute Soloist With the Club.
People don't expect professional
work from momberB of a college gleo
club. But people are sometimes
fooled. Louis Meyer ranks high as a
flutist, and the beautiful tones and
evident mastery of 4ho instrument by
one of so youthful an appearance.
places Louis ns one of the Club's,
Council Bluff a rlhnparell: ' ''Louis
Mover played a flute solo, displaying a
Tho World-Herald foil all over Itself
with praise: "Tho fluto solo by Louis
Meyer was a decided feature. His ex
quisite tones and clover technique
brought a storm of applause which
mado the rafters ring."
Louis will appear Friday matlneo
and night, April 6tb, with the Gleo and
Mandolin Club at tho Oliver.
Tho Unlvoraity Glee and Mandolin
Club boys will havo to glvo a matlnoo.
No way out of It. Tho house for tho
night is already almost sold,out. Tho
concerts given through tin state havo
brought unstinted praise and in this
short space of two months tho clubn
hnvo mado a big reputation for them
selves. Tho press notices have been very
flattering and tho alumni over the
state are loud In their pralso.
.The boys departed somewhat from
tho established rule of' glee clubs thl.
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