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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
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DRAMATIC CLUS TRYOUTS.
EDWIN MILROV SUNDERLAND, 07.
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8. M. Rinakr,!09' Managln? Edltot
Frbd BAttArtDto fc. NowaEdltoV
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Qat Hardy, Assistant ManaKor
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"FRE8HIE" V8. "SOPH."
With, tho Froshman-Sophomoro
ganio this .afternoon tlio intorclass
football bcabou begins in earnest. What
the outcome of today's contest will bo
is as difficult to conjecture na which
class will win tho ponnant, but this
much is certain, tho teams which will
defond tho honor ot their respective
classes on Nebraska Field this aftor
noon' aro, to all npoarancos, tho heavi
est and tho fastest teams of their
Kind In tho history of tho University.
. Altho tho supporttrc of both teams
aro conii(lqct that their sldo is bound
to win, they reallzo that tho game is
going to bo playodto ho finish and
that. tho .victory Is going tb tho host
To Be Held Next Monday and Tuesday
Evenings In U. 106.
Tryouts for membership into tho
Unlvoralty Dramatic Club will bo held
in U. 100 on Monday and Tuesday
ovonings, Novombor 10 and 20, as was
announced a couple of wcoks ago. A
schedule of tho aslgned times for tho
individual tryouts will bo posted on
tho bulletin board lntn.e3rately outside,
of u. iuu tomorrow morning anu can
didates will bo expectod to appear for
thoir tryouts at tho times assigned,
unless other arrangements nro mado
with somo member of tho tryout com
mittee A largo numbor of students have
signified their intention of trying out
for tho club, but tho lists nro still
open and It Is hoped that moro namos
will bo turned in to the committee
or to tho NobraBkqn today. Tryouts
consist of tho rendition of a selection
choqon by tho ca.lnjjl(ja;tp, :.whlch should
contain passages of truo dramatic na
tnro or should bo a tlioro character
Tho tryout committee consists of
tho following members: Miss Bailey,
chairman; Mr. Kqyser, secretary;
Misses Hanlon and liinderman, . and
Messrs. Gobson and Sunderland. Tho
coramlttco Is requested to meet this
morning at 11 o!clocR In U. 106 to
determine the tryout schedule.
Within n few days after tho tryouts
tho club will hold its first social meet
ing of the year" and tho now members
will bo formally "Initiated." Neither
the time, nor tho place of this meeting
has as yet been announced, but Infor
mation will bo forthcoming within a
few days. A business meeting of Uie
club Is scheduled for somq day next
week after tho result of the "tryouts
has been determined.
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Tho caBt committee of tho Dramatic
Club will meet this morning nt 11
o'clock In U. 106.
Open Evenings too busy making clothes to close.
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team. That the Spphomores are the
'heavier and somo what moro oxporl
encod ,lh tho game than their juniors
.thoro is llttlo doubt, but thoy also pos
ess n s.uporabundanco of that .tradi
tional Sophpmqrp ovcrconfldonce
which, If not curbed within duo bounds
uqioro ,ino .jivmsiio .uiows tnis aiier
lioon,, will-aid (ho Preshmon very ma
Serially irTbeatlnglhom -despite, their
superior wplghtarin "skill. i
, Whatever bo 'tho relatlvo strength
)trid powqrs of tho teams, however,
Jit Is hooped that the,gamo will bo clean
In every rospect and that each player
.will play Ids position as a true sports
man Tiro, pennant should, In all
qvents, bo won fairly and squarely.
Every Freshman and every Sopho
moro should attend the gamo and sup
port his team loyally from the bleach
ers.. This manner of manifesting class
spirit Is. recognized by, all tho authori
ties as thoroly legitimate and there-f
foro should bo made the most of by
class enthusiasts. Again wq exhort
-you. Go to tho gamo.
Latin Club Meeting.
Tho Latin Club met Tuesday oven
ing'wlth Miss Lucilo Long. A. largo
and enthusiastic crowd was pVesent.
The progi'am was as follbws;
Opening Address. .... .Albert W, Aron
Review of Books and Periodicals
. . . , , . .Inez Pries
News of Latin Interest, .i Lucilo Long
A Symposium on "A Summer In ,
Italy". . . .Led by Professor Barber
An interesting and spirited discus
sion followed tho rendering of 'the
Dr. Ward, who recently visited
North Dakota University to examine
the medical college, r6ports. having
found sovoral Nebraska University
men there. Dr. Robert Young, who
took his Ph. D. hero last spring Is
there, and also It. H. McReynold's who
was TJnlvorslty electrician here for
several years, ls superintendent of
groundB and buildings there.'
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