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Vol.V. No.422. X"Z ' Ati?FY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, MAY J7, J906.
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THE FARM NEXT SATURDAl
Prizes for Most Comical Make-Up and
for Winners of Field Events
' Dancing and Gqod Music-
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
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THEODORE THOMAS ORCHESTRA,
SOLOISTS AND" CHORUS
There will bo .foolishness a plenty
at the State Farm next Saturday night
when, tho Sophomores turn loose on
that fanning community with an even
ing track and field moot, an indoor
stunt" that is vefy carefully guarded
lest the ones who furnish tho enter
talnnienhe "sketired" out. This sec
ond vBtmBtSi'St Indoor event of
tho evening, sliwitdbe a drawing card
alone for tho very secrecy and myad
tory'that surrounds It promises to fur-
ntah Bnmothlncr t'hnt. no Sohhomore
canTniljnl89.,",Anathen, 'to cap
tho climax,'-' nmTt:n5jghearts of
the social sturiters leaporfjoy, there
wJH bo tho long and interesting dauc
. . Alf who expect' to' attend will bo
Tory careful to note that "foolishness
party" means that no one shall como
unless i&jfcfcra0 ridiculously made
up tharfhMM8ho over hoped It pos
sible to bS$jjThere will be "Happy
hooligans" "Sunny Jims," "Nervy
Nats'" and all the rest, accompanied ly
"Brldgots,r and "Mary Anns." Prizes
that "tho girls oa the committee prom
iso will be" bortujefchlng and appro
priate Will be glYMMpr the" bet make-ups
and for thoJmblaco .pebplQ on
tho track teararcSpiSPp "s-
afc. It wnL;bjiaWd Interesting to
eo the ttSgffiSSUMjUty
athletes as taey &t4rtMyUMcir
, Ing broad grin?'
vault?" Who can. en
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and a host 6f other quesnQnirBli
lng In upon tho class pfMenrand
tho committee, Can Matters out grin
Mclaughlin, or will Miller show thein
how? - Can Verne Hail put .the hammer
C b5er-. than Per- Murnay or. will
"Colla.I'oster. outshine them both?
MlssRtioades letshergolf be heard
1 In tho Glee "Club and Miss Greenwald
aincs In the Thomas 'Orchestra
chorus: will .either of "them be able
to "voice vault"-better than either
, JostI or Long?'.", ,
" Wn Aounrt8 HQ eatln. but ty'
Fowler1 and 6;ert?nn are onuch bigger
onthan he and Tf-slzo lVa critei'lon
for capacity, It cems thatr-Enton will
need, to do some eatln' to keep ahead
bt tho game.
To look at them 'you wouldn't-take
Clark, Mills or Curpenter fqr tailors
but In the "ten knot kneedle racj' at
tho Farm next Saturday they'll make
' tho local tailors lopk sick, for one of
thom is decreod-by tho oracle of Jupl
- ter to be the vlqtor and "tp the victor
belongs the spoils."
Yes, Mueller is strong on wind and
"can toot tho bugle, but Fenlon Is
not slow and Crltes has drilled some
' himself so the shot put Is not exactly
a sure thing, either. ,
And when it comes to potatoes,, well,
we ought to have Ue. domestic
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THREE GRAND "CONCERTS, MAY 2 1 AND 22, J906
Seats on sale at G. A. Crancer Co Season tickets $3.00; Single
admission $1.50 and $J.OO
CLASS OF '06 MAKE.GETAWAV-.
GO TO MI.LFORD FOR DAY.
Annual 8neak Day Observed In Highly'
Appropriate Form Juniors Plan
to Interrupt the Proceedings.
ATHLETIC BOARD ELECTION.
Denslow, Schmidt, Lott, Sprague, and
Welton the New Members.
At an election yesterday which was
in strong contrast to previous elections
Jhe student members of the Athletic
Board were elected. Tho absonce of
the A'ssoclaed Barbs' tlckot was large
ly "responsible for this decided slump.
Out -of about .one hundred and fifty
DR. JOHNSON LEAVE8.
Professor of Roman History Resigns
Dr. F. M. Johnson, for many years
professor in Roman History, has re
signed from the University and will
loavq 'for his homo In Herndon, Vir
ginia, today. Although Professor
Johnson has' not yet definitely decided
wnat vocation no win pursue, it is
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Mme. Maconda, Soprano.
Theodore Thomas Orchestra.
registering only forty eight voted. -
The resultr-of the vote was as fol
Lloyd, Denslow i.48
Francis Schmidt, 48
Ahtono Lott ' . . . .' r.V- -48
E3. E. Sprague ;.. ...47
M. M. Welton 47
Mr. Glen Hall, Tenor.
Theodore Thomas Orchestra.
Graduates Elect Officers. -
- At Its recent annual election the
Graduate Club elected the following
officers for the ensuing year:
Professor JtlBlfrpresldent. ;
Mr. AylswarCii, secretary...
aulte nrobablethat he will either con
tlnue instructing in the classics 'or
ente.r tho government library servlco
at Washington. J
Professor Johnson Is one of the
strongest men In the classics this In
stitution has ever had and his loss
will bo keenly felt by the University
faculty and especially by those who
Jiave taken work In his department.
E. H. Burrls'a Freshman Engineer,
severely cut his wrist yesterday af
ternoon. Tho cut was sufficiently deep
to 6ever two .arteries. ' Z
Mr, Haggard, 312-213 Klckards Blk
The Seniors loft this morning at
seven-thirty over tho Burlington for
Milford to spond tho day. Tho Old
Soldiers' Homo In thnt pluco will bo
tho scene of much festivity. This is
tho same placo the class of '05 spent
n veryj enjoyable day about ono year'
ago. While the class of 'OG are not
attempting to plagarlzo In any way
tho plans of their formor antagonists,
yet success can always bo copied aftor.
Tho "Annual May Outing" of last year
was such a complete blind that a
Senior class mcotlng wns callod for
tdday nnd was successful In leading
the crnfty Juniors astray.
Mr. Wollonslck, chairman of tho
commlttoe, hnd everything carofully
outlined, and. only tho greatest of a
mishap should be the means of spoil
ing tho day. The tickets havo been
sold to nearfy ovory Senior, and tho
largest crowd ever' taking pnrt in a
Sneak Day affair should be on hnndu
today. A very bountiful feast has
been prepared for tho party. Baseball,
foot races, mumble-peg, marbles and
blind man's buff will bo tho principal
nmusements of tho dny. It the manip
ulator at tho weather bureau should
be Indiscreet enough to send tt shower
upon tho picnickors today they will
amuse themselves on the spadious
porch of tho Soldiers' Homo. Tho old
soldiers will gladly tell of battles
fought und battles won, especially
when Invited by a pretty Senior girl.
It was reported last night that tho
Juniors had heard of tho Sneak Day
celebration and wore planning to
break up tho entire affair. ' If such
plans mature It may bo tho means of
very materially spoiling the affair.
Butso secure aro tho fortifications of
tho Senior ranks at tho time of going
to press that little Jiopo is manifest
for the Juniors.
STATE FARM l
SATURDAY, .MAY NINETEEN
".i,;.. ' -SEVEN P. M.
4 FOUR PIECE ORG., TICKETS '50c & 2c
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Engineers Visit Plant.
TJnder tho direction of Professor '
Richards tho class In Steam Engineer
ing visited tho new electric light and
puniplng station erected by the clty,of
Lincoln about a year ago. They also
Inspected the now one million and a
half gallon reservoir -which is being,
constructed. Two-bid University stu
dents, Beardsloy and Brockway, have.
tho eontrtfot-for. building the reservoir
and this fact makes It doubly Interest
ing for the students In Engineering.
Professor Richards took thd boys all
through the plant and explained all
the details of construction as well as
of operation of tho plant. The plant is
ovnnntlnnallv nf interest to tllO Stu
dents in Professor Richards' classes
inasmuch as the designing and con
struction qt the. plant has been in the
hnnrfa nf- Professors Richards and
Morse, who were employed by the city
of Lincoln to superintend tne wont.
This plant Is one of the most up-to-date
plants In tho country, being mod
ern In every detail and the professors
are to be congratulated for the success
of their efforts. i
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