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Former 'cuorw-rmany i.ow
Proparatlons have Tjoen completed
for the production of -the "Prisoner of
Zcnda" by the clnsB of '0G at the Oliver
i-an JiinR 12. The salo of tickets Is
ffgratlfylng and no efforts aro being
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sv-Jpispareu IP mnKO mo pmy mo very uuat,
iA'Thc managors have gone to no end
.of exnense and trouble to secure all
IU &! As the tlotalls for the proper rendition of
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$Jj'$Wthe play- and Us success Is, alVeady
- The costumes will bemost elabor
ate, many having come from Chicago
and Omaha, The cast has been work
ing hard for some months under the
'able direction of Miss Howell and
shows the effects of her careful
; , Following- Is the complete cast of
characters and synopsis:
Characters In Prologue.
"Prince Rudolph . ; t . . . .C. A'. Sawyer
. Duke Wolfgang .V'vfc. F. Wallace
Gilbert, Earl of Rassendyll... .,
E. G. Montgomery
Horace Glyn. E. Don Skeen
, Jeffreys, servant C. W. Roberts
Gitfont servant..... .Stanley Krdjecek
Amelia, Countess of Rassondyll...
............. Edith M. Buyer
Characters In Play.
Rudolph V., King of Ruritanla
, "..' , Claude ADavis
Rudolph Rassondyll,, an English- ,
, roan ....." "..... Claude A. Davis
Jdichael, Duke of Strolsau.
, vj : 0, j? "Wallace
Colonef"Sapt, retainer of King ...-
" r.;..... ..C. A. Sawyer
Fritz von Tarienhelm, retainer of
King E. G. Montgomery
.Captain von Hentzau. ...E. M. Marvin
Bertram Bertran'd, an English art-
Ist ' E. Don Skeen
Marshall Strakencz. .A. H. Wellensick
Lrircnz Tepplcb, Chancellor of Ruri-
tanla E. M. Marvin
Franz Topplch, Mayor of Strolsau
, . .. Stanley Krajlcek
Lord Topham, Ambassador from
England T. A. Hutton
"Detchard, retainer of Michael....'.
W.' Mr Whelan
Josef, servant .' C. W. "Roberts
. . . .... ...rsl3loul "Meyer
eMtterde ; Mauban . '. , . ,
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initess Helga ,. Ethel Haynes
JJuchess von Strofzin !'.. Ethel Howie
Duchcss von Rlesberg..'. .'I.Ena Brach
Cardinal, Courtiers, Etc.
tPrologo Homo of Earl Rassondyll,
" tgland, yeirJ.733 m
Act I In the forest near Zenda.year
1894r' "Concerning tho color of men's
hair." " '
4 Apt- II Winter palace of-Strelsau.
i.','A fjilr cousin and a dark brother"
-Apt Hl-rCastle at Tarlenhelm. "Tne
ipng'cau do no'wrong."
UNIVERSITY-OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY, JUNE J, 190
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Act IV-Castle nt Zenda. "If love
Tho production vill be assisted by
the University Y. M. C. A. Quartet, as
follows: Hugh E. Wallace, Leslie A.
Hlgginp, Thomna A. , Button, John H.
The following is the committee hav
ing chargo of the p reduction: Jane
Blanchard, chairman; Ciaudo A.
Davis, .manager; Leah Meyer, assist
ant manager; Annn Orlofsky, Grace
Roper, C. A. Sawyer, C. F. Wallace.
A number 'of Seniors have not yot
paid up for thoir tickets and these are
urged to see somo member of tho com
mittee at once in order that they may
get good seats. The tickets will be
distributed in the order in which dues
are 4)ald. . ,
Nebraska Debating Colony at Harvard.
Word reaches Nebraska that Its
University students at Harvard aro
more than holding their own. E. J.
Buckner, '04, "one of the most effective
debaters Nebraska oyer had, being J?i
roombor of tho teams that defeated
KanBas in 1903-1904, Is winning high
honors nV tho Law School. Ho rankdd
among tho four highest In tho flrat
year clasB which numbered 240," and
was offered the" honor of being elected
as one oPtho e'dltors of 'tho Harvard!
Law School Review, which no declined
ort account of other work. Tho elec
tion to that staff goes only to tho
leaders of the class. Mr. Buckner
also won a faculty scholarship for tho
year, amounting to one hundred and
fifty dollars. . '
Another Nebraskan who is making
good is Ira Rynor, also 1904, -and a
member of tho debating team that de
feated Missouri on the trust question
In 1903' MrrRyner was prominent as
a .scholar In economics while' at Ne
braska. Guy "M. Peters, 1903, did such good
work in his first yoarHat the Law
School that tho faculty awarded tilm
a hundred, and fifty dollar scholar
ship. Last year ho made ''A;" the
highest grade, in "all his courses and
SATURDAY, JUNE 2
won the scholarship again. Mr.
Peters was a member of the .team that
defeated Kansas in dtjbato in 1903.
Edwin F. Meyer, rJ04, is another
debater who is holding Nebraska's
honor In high repute at Harvard, hav
ing combined athletics with his law
work. Ho won. the covotpd Harvard
"H" last fall.
A. I. Meyors, 1004, is also studying
law at Harvard.
DELTA 8IQMA RHO.
Debating Fraternity Was Organized
The members of tho debating toam
met in Trophy Room, University Hall,
last Tuesday dvonlng and perfected a
temporary organization of the Delta
Sigma Rho, honorary debating frater
nity. Albert Levy was elected tem
porary president; C. A. Sundorlln,
temporary secretary, and the follow
ing committee was appolntod to draw
up a constitution: Hough, Sundorlln
Tho next meotlng of tho fraternity
will bo 'held "Saturday evening when.a
permanent organization will be per
fected and the Insignia adopted.
Delta, Sigma Rho is a comparatively
now fraternity, having beon founded nt;
Chicago during the present Bchool
year. It Is Intended to include among
Its members only those students who
shall hn.ro represented their unlver
sity In intercollegiate dobate. Tho
eligibility of members to election is,
however, retrogressive. ".
AlthoughJesB than a year old, the
fraternity has installed chapters in
nearly all the prominent universities
In tho west. There are ton chapters
at present, among which are included
Minnesota, Chicago, Northwestern,
Ipwa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and
LOST 1905 -class pin on . campus.
Finder please"" return to Nebraskan of
flcoTlnd receive roward.
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'Printing George Bro8.,-13tk ic N
Price 5 Cents
a And b hold individual- com.'
petitive for 'medals.' ' .
Adjutant General Culver Visits the
Cadets Cadet. Hop Held LasV
Night Largest In-, History. -
Camp Androws', May 31. (Special)
Tho woathor continues to bo ideal
and everything 1b In readiness for tho
hop tonight. If present indications nro
taken as a criterion tho daricd will
bo tho largest In the history of cridot
hops. Tho dny passed very pleasantly
and Company A helped a little in this,
wny. Tho members beenme hilarious
and tossed all its odlcors, staff and
Captain Worklzor. All seomod to takd
tho pranks in goo'd spirit.
Company B Instituted a now. annual
affair. It had two competitive drills;
one for best drilled private and ono
for best drilled sqund. For tho flrsl
prlzo tho non-commissioned officers
gave a silver medal and for the second
a, gold modal' is given by tho ofucora
of tho company. Private Bishop, won
tho individual competitive and tho sil
ver modal, and tho squad under Cor
poral Willis won thoold modal. Tho
privates in Willis' squad were ones,
Housew'orth, Kennedy, Couch ,nndv Gil
bert. These same medals will be
awarded each year to tho winners of
tho two drills.
Company A haL. Its annual spoil
down for gold and silver medals for
thcbeBt, drilled men, non-commlsslohed
ofllcerBvpr- privates. Sorgeant" H. 8.
Stephens won the gold modal and-
First SorgoantLeslio Higglns tho sll
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Tor. After the speu-uown a and a
played a blilkgame, butnoono' Vas
ablerto manlpulntcflgures fastonough
to get tho score. ' ' ,
The entire drill of both tlioso cony
panTes"wns very good and highly com
mended by the officers. ' Tho decisions
wore unanimous in all cases. Com
mandant Worklzor, Major Crjtes and
Captain Wilson acted as judges,. ,'
There wero many visitors at the -camping
grounds today, Probably, most
prominent among them 'wore Adjutant
General J. N. Quiver of Lincoln,' Major
E. H. ,Pholps,.n8sl8tant adjutant gen
eral; Lieutenant F, A. Malohey, in
spector of rifle practice, and Colonel
McLaughlin. The rogular rifle ''proc
tlce 'begins tomorrow and 'will con1
Cinuo until 'Saturday forenoon.4 In' 11
probability the shahrbnttlo will take
place Friday. , ' .
Prof, . P, Roe Lectures. .' ,
Prof.J; P. Roo'Of the nlverslty of
Montnna lectured before University
classes on both the 24th and 23rd 'of
May.5 Professor Roo is doing gradu-,
ate work in the University in the de
partment of Geology. His ' flrat leq-
fture, on May 24 th, was before, tho '
olass in Mining v Geology on "Buito
District," and the second, oil May 31st,
was before Geolog II on ''Geological '
Montana'' Both lectures werq spoken
of very, hlgljly by those takiag tho t
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