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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1907)
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AthlotlCR HKh W. Crulff,
General N!vh . ...Paul O. Burt,
Rovlowfl Qertrudo Moore,
Convocation T.niim Rhondca,
AfudnUint AthlotlcH. Miller 8. Benedict,
Aast. 3pn. Nowb Sidney O. Evans,
I)inartinintiil .. Enil It. Hunt, 'OS
J. C. "Elder, 07
CJuy Montgomery, 09
W. E. Stundovon. '07
Alexander J. Dunlnp,
C. C. Hickman. '07
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under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
What did you think of that scoop
by tho Black Masque In tho Senior
election tho other day? Wo considered
It real thoughtful; the Intention was,
It seemed, to save everybody the
trouble and wony of looking up candi
dates. With the Iron Sphinx and
Woodon Sphinx, and the Black Masque
and the White Veil in the Hold, we
shall soon bo able to lie back in tho
easy chair and take things comfort
ably about class election time. Tho
elections will run thenlsolvos.
Now tho debating season lws opened
in oarnest. Tho teams to represent
Fast Basket-ball Game Goes to Meteors
Game Next Week.
Wednesday night tho Freshmen j
basket-ball team played the Meteors I
of tho city Y. M. C. A. tho latter win
ning by the score 26 to 17. The game
was characterized by rough play, both
teams fouling repeatedly. Mitchell
wan tiiu nun ui uiu fciwuu, met Bu"
throwing being largely responsible
for the Y. M. C. A's. victory. In tho
first half the Freshmen tried out six
guards and this largely accounts for
the load which the Y. M. C. A. secured
and held. Tho Freshmen play them
again next week and feel confident of
being able to make a better showing.
The following is tho line up:
A. Schmidt Forward
H. Schmidt, Beyers, Lewis, Pol-.,
Sage, Yates, Flower, Perry J
Mlthcell ! Forward I
b 'rye - Center
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Union Society Program.
The following is the program
planned for the Union Society meeting
Washington's birthday to be cele-1
brated at the district school. i
Roll call. I
Opening song, "Yankee Doodle," by
Welcome exercise, by Seven Little
Recitation, "Little Willie," by May
Duetlet, by Ethel Ladd and Jessie
Recitation, "When I am a Man," by
Song, "Columbia," by school.
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Cadets, Attention I
The Officers' Club will meet in full
uniform at 1 p. m., Saturday, Febru
ary 23, at Townsend's. The Battalion
will assemble in uniform In the Arm
ory, Saturday, February 23, at 2 p. m.,
to get pictures taken for tho "Corn
husker." All members of the Battalion
are urged to be present. Notice to the
contrary will be published in Library
Hall if weather does not permit.
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Nebraska have been chosen and soon
wo shall bo confronting two of the
the hardest forensic struggles ever
atattempted by our institution. Every
man on tho teams is a gentleman and
ono of whom tho student body may
well be proud. How tiro we going to
support them? Appreciation, en
couragement, interest on the part of
the students in general mako more
difference in tho kind of work accom
plished by such organizations as. de
bating teams than is over realized by
most people. Last year our team
went up to Wisconsin and' got defeat
ed; this year Wisconsin comes here,
and if wo get thoroly interested here
as any normally constituted body of
students certainly would, there is
little danger of' our allowing tho team
to go to Illinois without encourage
ment, either. Let us all got down and
push from tho begining, and do our
part toward pulling two victories out
of this season. .
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Composition, "George Washington,"
by Alexander Dunlap.
Quartet, by Mabel, Sadie, Roy and
Recitation, "Mamma. Calls Me Gen
eral," by Frank Williams.
Remarks, by county superintendent.
Teacher, Margaret Hannah.,
County Superintendent, Col. A. H.
School board: Director, Scena Han
son; Moderator, Mattio Gladstone;
treasurer, Roscoo Ozman.
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At its recent election the Junior
class placed tho following people in
office for the present semester: Jo
seph Grinnell, president; Joseph
Kerr, vlqe-presldent; Miss Ada Platz,
secretary; S. L. Taylor, treasurer;
Lawrence T. SIdwell ,sergoant-at-arms.
Phi Rho Sigma gave a smoker to the
members of tho newly installed chap
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