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Tho orchestra was 'phoned. Tho orchestra Icador promised that his or chestra would bo there on tho date asked for. Butwjiotj 'phoned to on April tho 28th there was a conflict, as tho leador had thought tho Informal was May 5th. This necessitated tho postponement of tho dance, for no other orchestra could bo Bccurod. Wo expect to glvo another dance somo tlmo In May with an olght-pleco orchestra. . This will bo tho last of tho season. A. S. H. v.. , . ,' Many had waited for tho football game 6n last Saturday with much anxiety. Tho test of (ho now football rules had attracted more than passing' attention and much store as the futuro of tho game was to bo laid up tho Nobraska-Doano exhibition. But this exhibition proved a vory poor test of tho rules; Dr. Lees, In speaking of tho new rules, said: "The new rules havo not accomplished tho desired ends. The trouble Is that little or nothing was done by tho rules commltteo in regard to tho defensive playing. I am con vinced that teams of anywhere near onual .'strength cnnnotTnako ten yards. In three downs when pitted agalnBt each other." Such was tho sontlmont of nearly everyone elso who knows tho game after seeing Saturday's contest. So far as abolishing tho brutullty of ;,.:! . tho game thoro Is no reason why play- '. . ' ors should not find as much chance -1 . 'for dirty work under the now rules as vV the old ones. And It Is feared by many . that that tho contest will bo so unln- . tereetlng that tho hevotoforo large ? - crowds at tho game will bo narrowed ' -- "Slwn to a small bunch of p-3 plj. Tho players as a whole seemed very much dissatisfied .with tho game, vV- .:' t j ' v The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, April 28, 1906. To -tho Editor of tho Nobraskan: Before tho organization of tho Ath letic Board, many yearo ago, there wa3 an Athletic Association, the annual dues of which were one dollar. When tho Board was organized It was found ndvisablo to discontinue tho Associa tion, and tho ipresont rule was adopted, 1 which requires students who partici pate in elections for rbombers of tho Board to pay twenty-flvo qonts annual ly in lieu, of tho former dues of ono ' 'dollar. It lsjobylously proper-that only those who take enough interest to con tribute this small sura should have a vplcoln controlling our 'public ath- leticsV ThoBoard has good reason to -believe that many 8tudonts..Bomo of whom are often prominent in tho" in evitable politics that go with tho an nual olectlon, contribute nothing more. As to the threat of boycotting ath letics, thore is reason to suspect that , some, at least, of those who mako the threat have been boycotting them ha bitually in tho past, If the boycott ' will, take the form of ceasing "to watch games from tho windows of society .halls and lecture rooms overlooking tho athletic field, no one will object. . , EOSCOH POUND. Corniiuskers Are Capital Entertainers Thirty young men from tho State Unlvorslty, with voices well attuned, wore an attraction that drew well at the Academy of Music last night. Tho Cornhusker Glee and Mandolin clubs havd made themselves favorites wherever thoy havo appeared, and these talented organizations wore cor tnlnly'at their best last night. Thoy opened up on tho audience with a college song, nnd with this ex cellent start thoy proceeded to round out n program replete with good num bers. The program was divided into three parts, tho first being a concert, in which tho Q1q club and tho Man dolin club co-operated to good advant age, with offerings by C. Si Johnson, G. A. Ireland and B. B. G'lllesple as special features. In the second part E. C. Johnson, M. L. Kimmel, E. E. Spraguo and A. B. Crabill connived to show, some of tho mysteries of hypnotism, and tho mere mention of such magnetic names as Hormlnghaus, tho Great, and Gold onstein, tho Ingrato, were alone suf ficient to subdue any promising sub ject Suffice it to say, tho brand of magic that they handled could mako tho most odious old knocker that ever skinned' his knuckles In rapping n public enterprise got behind the cart and push an happily as If It was homo ward bound on a downhill courso with a precious load from tho brewery. They wore ably supported by the chorus. -Jn tho third part they branched oft into "minstrelsy, and thoy convinced tho audience .that thoy "were much at homo in holdings down the parts of versatile colored people.- - The next time tho Cbrnhuskers come-to town wo hope that tho weath er man will bo more charitable and allow people to get in from the coun try and attend their show. As It was there was a splendid turnout of towns people, who Wave nothing but the heartleBt praises to offer concerning their showing. Central City Republican. A. Q. SPALDING & BROS. Largest Manufacturers in the World of Official Athletic Supplies BA8E BALL, . LAWN TENNI8 FOOT BALL ARCHERY ROQUE, GOLF .QUOIT8 CRICKET LACR088E CROQUET IMPLEMENTS FOR ALL SPORTS 8paldlng's Official Base Ball Guide for 1905. Edited by Henry Chad wick. Tho most c6mplete and up-to dato'book ever published on tho subject. Fully illustrated Prlco 10 Cents. Spalding's Official League Ball is tho adopted "ball of tho National League, and must bo usod in alj match games. Every requisite for Lawn Tennis and Golf. For over a quarter of a century 8paidlng'8 Trade Mark on Base Ball im plements has marked, the advancement of this particular sport. Spalding's Trade-Mark on your Athletic Implement gives you an advantage over the other play er, as you hayo a better article, lasts longer, gives more satisfaction. 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Three performances were to havo been given in San Fran clsco, and one each In Portland, Seat tle and Boise. Mr. Gillespie was work ing on a plan for 'a reception and ban quet to be given by the University of Nebraska alumni in Boise In honor of their alma , mater and the. visiting guests. The organization is composed of 48 young men and their prellmipary performances have won enthusiastic praise from tho press where thoy havo appeared.. ' It' is thought thai at some future date Boise will bo accorded the privil ege, of hearing this- famous club, Evening Capital News,' Boise, Idaho. TAKE THE TIGHTlOAD FROM A V - OMAHA rf jN. V'V 'I' I J II CHICAGO Chi-.,, GREAT maple WESTERN ROUTE " 3 ''', ' :? trains Unequalled equipment on all makes traveling a pleasure on the GREAT WESTERN For full Information, Write to P. H. DUNIOP, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, 1612, Farnam St. - Omaha. GREGORY THE COAL MAN 'CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N. '9. 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