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HIM MAJORITY. FOR CAPTAIN.
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ThWDafly Iebtasknn Seeks to Get a
Representative. Preference for
w ..Leader 'of,iv908 Eleven.
iTho failure oftlio fourteen "N" men.
tCelecRSoaptrilrCf orj tlierlflOS f botballj
t team, -as feliown by the'eanvass of the
, second ballot at thovmeoting of the
atiiletlcboard, Monday night, Jed thq.
DaIly'Neb'rai9knn-tbtnke n poll-of one
.hundred .representative gtudo'nU of the.
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Who 8eemru to Be .Cholcer.of :8tu
I dent -Body-for Captain of the
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Uvfof the 'Bejitlmenr of the student
body; Jama'.B. Harvey, is the popular
' cSoico of , tlie UHlversltyfor certain of
(fie M9Q8 football .team, , Th0 ppll,
vilckglve8 Harvey a majority of nine
' oferthr.teonibined votes,of tle other
"to men, was taken Indiscriminately
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ntep.. 'Haryey, who is a, "barb,'' re
cllVed many, voie.from. the "frat"-
mlih, wlille the ?other twp candidates"
who are fraternity men, were glvep
ThA1f etloii of ga capUlnrieaan
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Special SccActyH 1
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Kidnappers of .MacDohald.vAre Dis
missed From University.
6t 1911 and four other" fresiimah who"
helped kidnap Minster of Ceremonlea
MacDonald of 'the Sophomore' hop
ctnunlttqo Sunday; nlgTU'wero sua
pended from Uio TJnlvorslty yeaterda'y
by Clmncellor Androws. The order of;
suspenaton was Issued after the fresh
'men had been asked to return Mac
TJonnld hnd had. refused. Unless tho
Sophomore officer is roturned soon tho
kidnappers will be permanently sus
pended. Warrants for the arrest of Weaver
ling and the other conspirators were
lesued la,to yesterday afternoon and
tho police were .making a search for
jhose students last night,--but-had
found nonti of them when this article
Frlenda-of the.freahmen -kidnappers
are making a strong effort to find Mac
Donnld and seoure his release boforo
tho fooliBh first year men are ex
pelled. Tickets. .
. Tickets to . Bernard" Shaw's pluy,
"You Nover Can Tell,".goJpn. sale thi.
morning at tho box office of the Unl
V realty Temple theater. , The prices
for seats, (nono unreserved) are thlr-ty-vo,
f ty, seventy-five cents" nnd a dol
lar. ThoBe who have-already bought
tickets should exchange them for their
resorved seat ticket today or tomor-
tow. The piay win ne presenieu aaj-
urday evening, January 18f 1908.
The Student's Directory for '07-'08,
111 bo ready for distribution the1 lat
ter, part of this "weok'brvtho early part
of next eek;rPurthertto'tiVo will bo"
Ivert when' It Is Teady- for dlstrli
, Tho best oyster stew in the city is
that served at The Boston Lunch.
Try It. , .
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SAT'Y, EVENING; 8:J5
' Steckleberg's Orchestra'
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empie i nursaay ana rnoay
Y. M. C. A. 80CJAL8.
Informal Gatherings Will Be Held In
Since moving into tho now quarters
In tho Temple, tho Y.M. C. A. has had
at its disposal conveniences' which
mnke It posslblo to carryout plans for
a larger work, impossible before. The
social committee has felt, n need of
anx opportunity for University men of
classes to meet Informally on nn equal
fcotingvfit frequent occasions and also
wishes to do something towards de
veloping Unlversjty spirit. . To meet
this need they planto have "some
thing doing" every Saturday evening,
from 8 to 10. These gntherliigs;wlll bb
entirely Informal so men may bo free
to come and go as they please. No
effort will be Bpared,to make these oc
casions as homelike as possible. There
will bo singing, college songs, spinning
yoniB .about the ''aJoJrtreanidaJeeuV
ofsome sort Tho first of theao gath
erings lst&J)e Saturday, January 18
All University men are cordially Jn
Vlted to drop In.
i Tho membershh) contest. wHlch
teiivled to bring tho membership to B00.
At Its close the number of members
was 510. Tho membership commit
tee has set Hs goal at G0Q for' the,
The'commltte'e onaccre'dlted schools'
of tho State University met recently
and -'placed"1 th'ef ollogchob.lsr.of:
the stnte on Its accredited list for
1907-19081 of three-year hlgli' schools:
Bertrand, Herman, Tobias, University
Place and Western. '
'Shoe sale, ten to fifty per cent dis
count on nil shoes, except Douglas,
Walkover and Sorosifl, Rogersand
Basket ball practice for Sophomore
and Junior girls will bo held Thurs
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DRAMATIC . CLU ByrREADX .WIJxH
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r.act AlllU Ui DaaM D.li.n.lnn
wiot, null i iu ukuii iiuiivaianiy,
Every Evening Is Announced and . ,?
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Includes. Much Qo6d Talent., i
Since the closing of the Christmas .'
vacation, the cast of "You Never' Coji
Tell" have been rehearsing ' nearly '
every evening; nnirundor tli'e suporliv'
tendence 'of Miss Ilowoll lVnW been
giving 'the nlshlng touchces to Shaw's
play, There will bo a dress reheadBalv
on",PrIday evening. .All the new1- acpn-'j
cry wlll,bo in tho theater by that time,.;
nnd nil the properties will bo In plnco .
On Saturday uftornoon a trial poV.-.
formanpo Is: to' be given ,to -which all "' .
members of the Dramatic Club are In- .ff
vlted. They alsd have the privileged
L inviting acouiJle of friend's to attend -
this liorformftnco. 1 .
The program will coihinenco at 8.VlG.
The edst, arranged. In tile order! of .
their appearancoy Js as follows: ''
Dolly Clandon . . . .Miss Bonnie: Adams
'Mr, Valentino , ,MivC..Geo.-Rtedol-
Tiipnrior Maid... Miss xaura.4 Eisucr,
Mrs. Claridon. .. . .-. ,'MIbs Rutli Bailey1
Gloria ClandonrMIss Rnchael Cams.
.Mr..Porgus Crampton. t. . vr.'T . T7a;w
...,.,...,., i .irA vvaucr Houseworur
Mr. lnclt McComas. .MiCDJck RubsoI
William, the waiter. ,,'...... .V.. . , V
.Mr. Alden BUmsctead.'
Mr. Bohun Mr. Robert Elliot
Second Walter. .Mr. Howard Rushtou.
rTlirffrstvscenoJlb a dontlst's operat-?
lng room,Awhere4 the twInB, Dolly and
'Philip Clandon, start the plot-by in-' '
Aritlng Mr. Valentino to lunch wltlp
ihdm, after an acquaintance of two" .
minutes'. They also insist on his bring- ,
lrig his landlord to lunch. ' t .
In tho second scene, they aVe having':"
Marino hotel "Where a raging, scene
ls-wHnessed:ln;;flnding that .the. in-,
ylted stranger is' the father of the V
twins and, the wife of Mra Clandon, ,
who hnsv left her husband,, slnpb her ,
advanced opinions conflict with his
stern regard for. respectable, appear
ances. The troublesome ..meeting is .
continually calmed down by the serb.;
cc-mis waiter who always appears at
the right time to make his philosophy .
soothe the boiling passions, and In or? .
der to bring In a little sentiment, Mr.
Valchtlho makes Tove and proposes to t
Gloria, "Th woman of the; twentieth
century" on strictly scientific princi
ples gathored' by an experience Vfl,
twelve, years, as a student of "The Due.P
In the third act it is found that Mr.
Crampton has started legal proceed;
Ings to get, back" the custody of his
children, and Mr. Yalentlne also, ex!
plains the new method of iove-makipg,rY
In the mst act everyone Is asWBBle4
to straighten the trouble. Theycowe "
waltzing in at different times', froa,'tka
dance la the garden, Mir, Bohwi, Uw
lawyer,, in steaionan iow urings me
meating to order,, after iaeWitag; ,
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