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EDITO&lN-CHIEF H. Q. MYERS
C6MPLETE8 THE STAFF.
Members ScJectqcJ from Both Classes,
'dfyand ''08-ajs AgreedPlans ; -
For Active Work.
.The staff of the Comhusker for 1907
'Way mado public yesterday. Twelve
morabors of the Junior claas have been,
fcclectdil to represent that class on Jho
publication and the Sophomore class
will bo, represented by-fourteen peo
ple. The editors announce that a, few
'additions may bo made to this number
next" fall. Certain peoplo are under
M consideration for positions who for
some reason or other cannot be placod
on tho staff at thia time.
.The .total of twenty-six is somewhat
larger 'than the-staff s of class annuals
have Seen iri'tnpast; uut itfcise"x
pocjed that the work of editing the
"TJornhusker wIIIJjo much greater than
that of any previous annual. The
Sombrero staff has usually been in the
neighborhood of twenty and itlS"ex
pocted that the Cornhusker -will be
considerably larger than the Sombrero.
Tho Sombrero was simply a JTinlor
class publication, whereas the Corn
husker is published by the upper
classes of' the whole University.
The work of selecting .the staff has
been a long and tedious one. A large
list of names lias been considered in
each class. A list of "prospects" from
each' class was first worked up by the
presidents and editors -jointly. These
wore taken to members or-the faculty
"in the department of Rhetoric and the
djcpartmentof Literature. 'After con
sidering with tho professors those' on
the lists, they were asked to suggest
students whom they thought would
make able members of the staff, and
several of tho members of the staff
have secured their posiiiqns as a vo
suH of those faculty .suggestions. Time
and energy have not been spared by
those selecting the' staff and it should
iprovo one of the ablest bodies of work
era over placed in charge of the pub
lication of a college annual. The ex
cellence of the staff is duo to the fair
ana conscientious worn
Yodor a Managing Ed
of tho Sompro class 1
Editor Biwne anil P'resl
tor-ln-Chief Myers of the
and conscientious work of President
Yodor a,il Managing Editor Swengpji
President and Edi-
Myers of the Junior class.
The following Is the staff Jas thus
far-completed: " -
Board of Editors:
Editor-ln-Chlefr-Herbert, G; .Myenr,
07.. C" ' ' "
Class of "07: ' ,
Managing . edltot-T. A, Browne.,
StaffEleanQr .ndrewQ, Elta Boose,
lLouIso Brace, D.'D. Drain, Flossy Er-
ford, Georgia B. Field, Josle Frazler,
W, ,E. Hannan, Helen Hendrle, Flor-
fcnce'Parmaie'ei "A," G. Schrelber, A. E.
cifta'dt,'oar " "- .
Managing editor J. M, Swenson.
Staff-T-A. S. Hardy, B. F HtTse, Dllza
beth'lfclowJtT H. Matters, Vera A.
Melquest, Laura" Rhpades; AllcRu
bersdorf, O.Jj Shaw, Emma Swezey,
H. .LvSwan,' Florence Tillotson, Ellen
L TcueJ8ih.9x.3KftPd. . . . ,
Dean C. Ef Bessey spteaks to University
Men, Sunday May 2fth, at 4:00 p. m.
Subject: "Value of Bible Study to Col
lege Men," Memorial Hull. Y. M. C.
A. Quartette f : ' : : :
The editors announce that those
designated simply ns members o the
staff will be given a chance to secure;
promotion next fall when the worlc-on
the book begins and those who prove
themselves worthy 6f it will be pro
moted to associate and assistant edi
" The -Sophomores 'won the. interclass
baseball championship yesterday after
noon when they beat the Juniors by a
score of 14 lo 6. By virtue of this vic
tory the clas3 of '08 claims a double
championship, holding that since the
Juniors did not play It off last year,
thoMvInnlng team this year should
hold the double palm.
Long pitched a good game for the
Sophs, allowing seven hits to thirteen
given by Bowman for the Juniors.
Bowman struck" out 10 Long C, and
the Sophomore twlrler only passed one
man to first with an Injury, while the
savage 'in the Junior pitcher caused
him to hit four men. Tho Juniors
erred 7 times and thp Sophs only 5;
The teams lined up as .follows:
Fowler . lb Kendall
Howard 2b Smith'
Schmld.v.r 3b. Ramsey
Long p. ,0 Bpwman
Miller .., . . c... . .' TvrLott J
Blake 88 Jones
Caughoy . . . .. . . , ..: rf. . . v . Moss
Harvey If. ". Hauser
Mlnton.T- cf. ...'..... . .Hoac
Arrangements have been completed
for the hop tonight, anil If the weather
conditions do not interfere the dance
should bo one of the most successful
in tho history of- the Pan-Hell, organ
ization. There will' be twenty dances
on' the program, ana. .everything has
been arranged for ' iat which .makes
anyfioClai; -funcUon ta succesr- banc
jng will begin at 9:3j0 p. m. .
Professor Caldwell will deliver 'the
commencement address at "Havelock,
June 2d, on "The M' 1 of Today."
ANNUAL CADET HOP
. BEATRICE, 5-3L CO C ARMORY
K GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF-UOFN. BAND
CO. C, NN. G. 4 -Ap'MISSION ONE DOLLAR
SEVEN PltiCE ORCHESTRA
Quite Likely a Meet Will Be Held
with Kansas City Athletic Club.
Tho track team, which has been put
ting in good licks through the ontlro
season with only poor prospects for
more than one meet, was pleased to
learn yesterday that prospects are
good for another meet to be held at
Kansas City with tho Kansas City
Athletic Club. Juno 15 was to have
been tho date, but Dr. Clapp is trying
to make it tt week earlier, since most
6f tho team will bo gono before that
date. If this meet Is arranged Jt will
bo a hard one for Nebraska, slhco tho
Athletic Club can pick up men that
happen around, regardless of whether
they are college men or not. About
fifteen or twenty men will make tho
trip. . .
The team that will meet tho 'Varsity
on the campus next Saturday, May 26,
was beaten by Missouri on May 12 by
a score of 79 points for Missouri tov38
points for Kansas., Captain Drlscoll's-
Jnjured foot waB largely responsible
for-his. since ho Is an 'exceptionally'
fast man that runs' the hundred-yard
dast, the two-twenty and the four
forty. "Putnam for Kansas threw tho ham
mer 138 feet and 3 inchcrarbeating the
linnntprl Mlaarmrlnn rwrnr- tun tnl
This is the farthest the hammer had
over been thrown on Rollins Held. -A
discussion arose over tho discus
throw when tho fast feat of the MIs
sourlan was measured to be just half
an inch farther than Putnam's. Tho
Kanaans were .from Missouri,, and
didn't believe that so small a differ
ence could bes measured In a discuss
throw of over-one hundred. feet.
rProfessor Barber delivers the com
mencement address at graduating ex
orcises of the Overton public schools
Mlsa Barbara "Burt, class of '00, has
beo nelected to tho English depart
ment in tho. Fremont high school. ' "
ANNUAL -MlLjTARY CONTE8T-TO'''
BE HELD TODAY AT 2 P. M.
Program Consists of Coriipany, Artll"
pry, i rumpeteerti; -and,. individual
Contest Medal and JOmaha
Cup. the. Prizes'. .
tpday iiia "annual CdnijJtLtlyo Drill. '
will bo hold at 2 p. m. it .the weather
permits tho contest will bo: hold on
tho Athletic Flold, otherwise the -drill .
W,!ll be hold In the-Armory Tho four
military companies, A, B, C andD.-will
drill for tho Omaha cup. Besides tho
company competition ttypro will bo
competitive in the aruiiory, winner
receiving a gold medal, individual
competition to select tho boat drilled
man in tho four companies, four mon
representing each company. Tho win
ners In thlB contest will receive gold
and silver medals for flrqt and second
place, respectively. Captain Worklzor
has also offered a trumpet for the best
trumpeter In tho squad.
Tho first thing on tho afternopn's
program Is artillery drill, and Immedi
ately following this the trumpeters
will have their contest. Tho company"
drill which Is to follow noxt will con
stitute tho main part of tho program.
Tho order in which tho, companies are
to drill has not boon decided upori yet,
and Captain Wqrklzer will rio lot "the
captains know until tfcls afterndpfcv
just before time to comnrmnnri. Af?? '
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company arm, muividuarcompet. will
take Tlaco, and immediately f ter pa.-
tallon review, -vhlchjroilQwj8JnlvIdualx
compot. the prizes will bo awarded
The judges for this afternoon's con
tests aro all sWtlShci-at 'F; Crook.
The senior officer is Captain Palmer,
who inspected the cadets ono year
ago. , . v '.
Tho different captains have been
working very diligently during tho
laat Avcok to bo Jn readiness for tho
climax of tho year!s work. No com
pany will have a walk-away In win
ning tho cup, for tho prediction of
everyone is that it will bp tho closest
compet. in years." Tho result jot last
yoar's competitive was D, first; A,
second; C, third, and B,7ourth.
BLUE PRINT BOARD FOR '07. -
Engineering Society Met Wednesday- -j
C. K. 8mlth, Editor-in-Chief.
Wednesday evening' the Engineering
Society hold Its last regular meeting
of the year.' The following mon. wenT
elected on tho Blue Print board, for
next year: '
Editor-in-Chief, Chester K. Smith.
Business manager, Dwlght L? Cra-
Assistant business manager, O. N.
M. E. editor, CJark B. Mickey.
. E. E. editor, C. C. McWilliams. .
C. E. editor, W. G. Jenkins.
This closes one of the most success
ful years in-the history of the So
ciety, the. membership being larger
than ever before and a goo'd surplus
Is left In the treasury to start off with
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