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THE DAILY NEBRASKA IN.
Cl)c Daily Debraskan
- A consolidation of
The HcBjiorjan, Vol. M, Tho ttobmnkan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln-, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publish
Entered as aocond class matter,
March 14, 1900, at tho Post Offlco at
Lincoln, Nob., under tho Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
GLEE CLUB BANQUET.
Board of Directors.
0 V. P. Stout. Laurence Fossler.
H. P. Leavltt. ...
Dwlght Cramor. A. Q. Schrolbor.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation W. B. Standovon
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, $2 per yoar In advanco
Tho Western trip of tho University
Gloo and Mandolin Clubs, unfortunate
ly, has boon called off. The committee
In chargo had ovorcomo all prelimin
ary obstacles and tho trip was as
sured.' Tho itlnorary of tho trip had
boon sottlod and the boys contemplated
leaving Lincoln May 4th on their long
plannod trip. Howovor, fato was
against thorn. Tho great catastrophe
on tho Pacific coast which wiped out of
oxlstenco tho city of San Francisco,
rendered it Imposslblo to carry out the
plans of tho clubs. Tho theatres in
San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose
wero completely destroyed, and in San
Francisco arrangements had been
mudo -for three performances, which
nlong with tho other desirable dates
would have resulted in a successful
trip. Upon learning of tho horrible
disaster upon tho coast, the committee
was compelled to atop tholr advance
man, Mr. Frod Naughton, who had al
ready reached tho Rocky Mountains on
hiB way to announce tho corning of the
Cornhuskor Qleo and Mandolin Clubs.
To Avoid Conflicts.
Boys wishing to play Intor-fritor-
ity and other games of baso ball on
tho athletic field should speak to Dr.
Bolton beforohand and have arrange
ments mado so that conflicts will not
occur. At this season of tho yoar the
grounds aro much In demand and If
arrangements are mado boforo tho
game takes place thoro can bo no
trouble. Tho athletic board Is glad to
let tho boys uso tho field as much us
Is desired but wishes to have some sys
tom carried out In order that misunder
standings as to authority will not occur.
KING EDWARD HONORED.
University of Pennsylvania to Confer
Degree Upon .Ruler.
Tho 'degreo of doctor of philosophy
will bo conferred upon Edward, King
of England, next month by tho Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, tho "occasion
bo(ng tho blcontonnial celebration of
Franklin's birthday. Various other
dogroes will bo conferred upon public
dignitaries both In this country and
Thos. E. Johnson, who has beon eu
' perintondont of tho Vinton public high
schools of Iowa for tho past year, has
beon re-elected for next yoar. With
tho election Mr. Johnson receives
quite un advanco in salary, and his
work for tho past year has beon high
y satisfactory to tho Vinton officials.
H. B. Gordon, '02, was a' campus
-visitor yesterday. Mr. Gordon has
been engaged in tho stock businoss at
Ogalalla since his graduation,
Have a Very Delightful Feed at the
Llndell on Wednesday Evening.
Tho dice and Mandolin Clubs gavo a
very nice spread in honor uf tho Girls
Gleo Club last Wodncaday evening at
the LIndolI. The taMos wore deco
rated with carnations and ferns, 'which
taken with the white gowns of tho
young ladies and black suits of tho
gentlemen, presented a very pretty
scene. Tho dinner consisted of eight
courses and was thoroughly enjoyed
This was followed by some vory
good toasts from different members of-
both clubs, who wero introduced by
J. H. Ageo as toastmastor, who did
tho part asigned to him with grace,
and ease. Tho speakers and their sub
jects were as follows:
B. B. Gillespie on "The Ladies Gloo
Clubs," but ho Incidentally branched
off on how to run the men's clubs.
Mrs. Raymond was unable to bo
present to respond to her toast, "Tho
Men's Gleo and Mandolin Clubs."
Ed. Johnson on "Troublesjof a Fun
ny Man," got stago fright and didn't
toll nil the troubles they had, especial
ly after the minstrel act.
Mlsa Hendrl's toast, "Behind tho
Scones" described "Bud" as tho green
Miss Pearl Archibald on "Tho Chorus
Girl," explained how her nmbltlons to
become a chorus girl had faded away
slnco the Gleo Club concert.
M. T. Klmmel on "Our Big Trip,"
told (ho ladles and gentlemen how
threo times the trip to tho coast had
been nipped hi the bud by unforeseen
circumstances and how the big earth
quake finally ended tho last hope this
"Is It Worth While?" by Miss An
drews was appreciated as the different
benefits and enjoyments wore set out
boforo the members In a pretty man
ner. "Tho Executive Committee," by Mr.
George Johnson was short and to tho
point, especially emphasizing what tho
committee had done for tho club.
"Our Future," by Miss Rhoades was
one of tho brightest and wittiest toasts
of tho evening, in which she read a
poom composed by herself and pictured
the future of the clubs in a vory pretty
"Retrospection," by G. J. Ireland
brought forth much laughter and ap
plause as he told of certain episodes
In tho history of tho Gloo Club.
This ended the list of regular toasts,
but Chester Park.es was called upon
for an extemporaneous speech on
"What Would tho Glee Club Do With
out Thotr Piano Player?"
Motz was next called upon and ho
respondod with a toast on tho "Art of
Rough Housing in a Hotel After Mid
Night," in which ho enlightened tho
minds of Bomo on thocauses of the
many "pillow-fights" and "twonty-flve
yard dashes" down iho halls in many
of tho hotels. "
Spruguo being called upon next, an
swored Motz with "Wo Arn't as Bad
as We Seem to Bo," and incidentally
branched oft on to Mormonism and tho
nights we played in Denver and Salt
Lake City." jf
The two clubs sang several songs
together and ended with- a grancT
flnnle in front of the Llndell.
The clubs begin their rehearsals on
Tuesday night again and, Thursday
they start for a threo days' trip to
Kearney, Central City and Fremont.
A picture of a group is ope thins
and u group portrait another. Town
send makes tho latter. Studio, 226
South Eleventh street. .
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Many fresh arrivals and dainty de-
signs, as plain as the strictly tailored
girl wants or as elaborate as the most
dressy occasion requires. All In the
little pony, Eton or bolero styles.
There never has been such a wide
range of colors shown in suits. Many
shades of gray, reseda greens, Alice
blues, rose shades, lavenders, plums,
and white, together with the usual
serviceable dark colors.
Shipshape for wear these first bright
Dozens of prices between $13.50 and
White serge and panama cloth suits,
$20 to $35.
Miller & Paine
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