The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 26, 1906, Image 2

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    THE DAILY INEBRASKAIN.
tbc Daily Htbraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian. Vol, CI. The Nebrasltari,
Vol. 10, Scarlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at the University of Nobraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by the Hesporlan Publish
ing Co.
take off its hnt to Cnptnln Syford and
the men of Company "C."
Entered aB aocond cIbjbb matter,
March 14, 1906, at tho Poit Office at
Lincoln, Nob., undor the Act of Con
gress March 3, 1879.
Manager Fred Naughton
Asst. Managor W. E. Standeven
8TAFF.
EdItor-ln-Chlef R. A. Van Orsdel
Assistant Editor Fred Ballard
Athletic Editor Harry 8wan
Reporters.
B. F. Hubo.
Qeno Sage.
JobIo Frazler.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2305
Subscription. price 12.00 per year In
advance.
A very complimentary feature of the
dress parade held after competitive on
the campus last evening was the num
ber of students who removed their
hats while the band played our no,
tlonal hymn.
Tho now 1906 concrete circular seat
is proving a complete success By
actual count twenty couples exclud
ing representatives of tho faculty sat
between tho Btone arfs of the scut
during the hours of one aud two yes
terday afternoon.
Theso statistics prove at least one
thing and that Is that tho University
must duplicate tho gift of the class
of 1906 nB frequently and Jii as many
Instances ns tho campus will permit.
Not only do such fixtures add" to tho
general appearance of the grounds, but
they" bid fair to boIvo the "bench
Elocution Recital.
On Wednesday evening the classes
In Elocution four and six gavo a pub
lic recital In Memorial Hall. This was
by far the best recital that has been
given this year. Every part on tho
program was well renderod. Espe
cially worthy of praise was ho work
of Mr. Del Gibson In his Interpreta
tion of "For Dear Old Yale." Tho
School of Music aided in tho enter
tainment by giving three selections.
The elocution prognun an carried out
was as follows:
Old Hickory Dromgorle
Miss Jessie Cook.
A Scrap of College Love. . Dromgorle
Mr. John Walker.
The Worm That Turned Kipling
Miss Vera Fall.
For Dear Old Yale
Mr. Del Gibson.
The King of Bryvllle White
Miss Mae Ferris.
Merchant of Venice Act II, Scene
II Shakespeare
Characters.
Mr. Isaac Baldwin."
Hamlet Soliloquy Shakespeare
Mr. Charles Sawyer.
King's Soliloquy
Miss Goldena Finltv.
Closet Scene
Character Queen.
Miss Kathleen I.inderman.
Hamlet.
Mr. Charles Sawyer.
HENRIK IBSEN DEAD.
Great Norwegian Poet and Dramatist
Passes Away.
Henrlk Ibsen is dead at his home
In Christiana, Norway. News of his
death, which occurred Wednesday,
reached this country yesterday and
memorial services aro being planned
by many colleges nnd universities
throughout both America and Europe.
By some critics Ibsen wns consid
ered tho best dramatist slnco William
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work" problem. Tho concrete arm
idea was, in this, respect, most for
tunately unique.
Nearly everybody feels glad whon, , n
"good man wins, nnd if tho victory
comes after a prehistoric sequence of
adversity, all the more glory comes
with it. Although till yesterday "C"
company had never laid hands on tho
Omaha Cup, in all the years it has
been tho prize for excellent drill; al
though the cynical classed "C" Com
pany with tho band in its continuous
failure to get first place; although an
evil and inseparable Jonah hns kept
"C" Company's ship from port, theso
men have never given up. Year by
year the men have worked loyally and
tho officers have striven tfrelessly;
nothing has" ever broken their pluck.
And today tho whole Uni is glad to
Shakespeare, dml all concur in placing
him at tho head of the playwriters of
his century.
At the time of his death Ibsen wns
seventy-eight years old.
Foresters' "Feed."
Tho third annual "feed" of ihe For
est Club will be -held at tho Phi Pal
house, 226 North Twenty-sixth street,
Monday evening, May 28, at 8 o'clock.
All Forestry students are urgently re
quested to come.
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There was a young man from Sque-
dunk,
Who came into town and got drunk
A cop said, "Skidbo!"
It's 23 for you.
And they shipped him back home in a
trunk. Ex.
Kansas-Nebraska Track Meet To
day Campus, 2 p. m.; 35c to Grandstand.
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