The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 15, 1907, Image 1

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Anti-Ring Element of the SecondYear
Class Gains'Vlctory Ehd of Warm
Fight Dobbs Withdraws.
- Thd so-called Anti-Ring faction of
the second, year-students won a great
Victory yesterday and succeeded in
electing" R, 'MftWIIdlsh of Aurora, to
UuP highest office In the Sophomore
class.Mr. Wlldlsh was chosen on tho
third' ballot", after S. P. Dobbs had
withdrawn from the race. Tho last
vote stood 102 to 8G.
Over two hundred Sophomores and
many spectators wore present at the
' election which was heldMn Memorial
hail at-llY30 o'clock. There we're three
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candidates in the race Roy Nelson, of J
Oakland; R, M. Wlldlsh of Aurora";
and S: P, Dpbbe of Beatrice.' Three bal-J
lots were cost. The first gave. Nelson,
'81; Wlldlsh, 72; Dobbs, 62, and the sec
ond stood, Nelgon, 80; Wlldlsh, 80;,
Dobbs, 40, :Mr. Dapbg withdrew after
the second ballot had been' cast and
the, third ' resulted is. a' majority of
sixteen "votes tor WHdiah.
The election of Mr. Wildlsh closed
.one of the most exciting campaigns of I
the year. The fight for the office of-
president began about three weeks ago
when' It. Nelson obviously supported by
the Iron Sphinx went; into the field
to secure the position. Mr. Nelson and
his loyal workers pursued a systematic
campaign, atfd In a few days had the
name Nelson going around the campus
like a Chicago mayoralty boom on lake
Michigan. Nelson had not been In the
field Jong when ,S.,P, Dobbs of Beatrice
backed. by am Anti-Sphinx element,
got Into Ihe running. Dobbs also did
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Other Members of 8enlor Class Play
Chosen. A
Wodnosday evening' werov held ths
tryouts for completing tho cast of tho
Senior play. Sufficient men wore lack-!
ing nt the first trials, to fill all the
places, but now these have been sup
plied and regular practice can pro
ceed. Somb of the men have been
given two of the less important parts.
The full cast as now selected follows:
Petruchio. E. M. Sunderland
Baptlsta. .'. .'. Or P. Williamson. . . .
Grumio Del Gibson
Sly A. G. Schreibor
Lucentio L. A. Higgins
Gremio V. E. Stnnde'ven
Tailor '. . . . M. Pitchford
Katherlna Helen Huse
(Understudy, Zola Deloker.)
Blanca Flossy Erford
' (Understudy, Alice Ageo.J
Hostess Miss Hanlon
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The Nebraska Basket Ball Team Which Plays Minnesota at Minneapolis Tonight and Saturday
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Curtlss , . . .Kntherine Linderman
Hortensio .' M E. Cornelius
Pedant , . ; B. R. Frazler
VIncentIo and First Lord.. A. E". Wolf
Blondello .'... t.Lt C. Syford
Tranlo....,, :,"W. A. Posey
First Huntsman and Philip
.- .Frank Rush
Second Huntsman' and Nathaniel . . '
"..R. Pepperburg
Second Servant and Nicholas....'"
P. R. Jones
To Deliver Two Addresses Oh Fores
, r try Next Monday, ; :
Mr. Royal S. Kellogg forest Inspec
tor In" the United States forest service,!
is. announced for two. lectures. oh for
estry, at the University, Monday, Feb.
18; Mr. Kelogg is one of the pronil-,
nent wpneers in tno government serv'
Ice, hns had wide experience in deni
zing with forest questions, and his
lectures promise to be of unusual in
terest. He will sneak in N 105 at 8
a. m., and again atj.1. p. m. in N 110 J
All interested are cordially invited,
Eighty-Day Tour Being Planned for
University and Nebraska People.
Plans havo been made already for
the sixth personally conducted excur
sion to Europe from tho University
and the State of Nebraska.
Tho party will leave Lincoln about
Juno 18th and proceod to Montreal via
Niagara Falls and Thousand Islands,
sailing from Montreal Juno 22nd on
Royal Mail Steamer of tho Atlantic S.
8. Co., owned by the Canadian Pacific
Railroad Co., passing Quobcc and out
the St. Lawrence river; arrive at Liv
erpool Juno 8th, and spend GO days in
England, France, Italy, Switzerland,
Germany, Belgium and Holland.
Only a part of ltlnorary is given.
June 30 (Sun.) An "English Sab
both" in quaint old Chester.
July 3 Stratford, Shakespoar's House,
Ann Hathaway's cottage.
July 8-13 Six busy dnys In London,
visiting, historic places.
July 15-20 Paris six days sightsee
ing; A visit to Versailles.
.July 21 (Sun.) Genoa the birth
place of Columbus.
July 22 To Pisa, its leading toward,
and on to Rome.
July 23-29 Seven days in Rome; ex
cursions to places of-rlnteneat. . - "
July 30 to Aug. 5 Six days in Flor
ence, the art galleries and churches.
Aug 6-8 Three days In Venice.
Aug. 15-16 Excursions to Lauter
brunnen, Murren, Jungfrau, GrindeN
wald. ' ' '
Aug. 20 The Rhine by boat. Bln
gen, "Lurle!' C&b'lence, BonnCplogne.
Aug. 21 In Cologne. ,A study of the
great cathedral.
Aug. 26-28 Rotterdam to Liverpool
and prepare for sailing.
Sept. 4 Land In Montreal.
Information concerning this trip can
be secured from Professor Lees. -
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Contestants In Good TrimCommence
merit Exercises G. P. Irish to
Speak Regents' Meeting.
All indications point to tho carrying
out oi a strong Charter Day program
today. Full preparations for every
event are completed. Tho Gymnasium
Is in readiness and tho Memorial Halt
is being decorated Oils foronoon for
the commencement exorcises,
All of the thirty-three men who will
enter tho various athletic contests aro.
In fine trim, and in many events tho
contestants will bo cloBoly matchod,
Sixteen mop, four from oach fraternity,
will compote for tho honors in tho in-
terfraternlty relay race. Altho It Is
not likely that many of last year's
big records will be smashed, yet taken
all In all, the athletic features of to
day's program' promise to furnish
abundant excitement for the most en
thusiastic; lover of sport.
ht the regular Mid-winter Com
mencement exercises this evening, de
grees will be conferred upon thirty
five graduates. Two of these, James
A. McGeachin and Archie Palen, will
also receive from the government the
commissions of captain and first lieu
tenant, respectively.
The Charter Day address is to be
given this evening, by the Ho'n. J. P;
Irish of San Francisco on the subject
"Is Government a Failure?" Mr. Irish
Is an Influential banker of San Fran
cisco, and, a man of National reputa
tion. He has been especially identi
fied with the gold-standard move
ments, and in the campaign of '96 he
was the prime mover In. the gold cor
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