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Vol. VII, No. 69. ' UNRTCRSITY OF NEBRASKA'LltifcoLN, FRIDAY, JANUARY J7l IfM.
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RE8HMEN RELEA8E THE 80PH-
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OMORE HOP OFFICER.
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' rftt Th. I arUrs Call C au Meet ncT at
v-f Which the Final Curtain Is Rung
Down. onxWnpP!nfl ".Earccv...-,.
' gBy a pnafetlllr'tm'animous vote the
, & jrxesnnmn ciass yesieraay uiormue m
. sSinicted its officers to .release Dale
ij McDonald, nrastecof .Seromonle's of
w- Sophotooro 4jop,who was kld-
M n&ppea last aunaay-nigni uy mum
'4 'Srs of the class. ..This action was
; tike nesult of Chancelloj; ' Andrews'
$ threat thatjgrelien Ralph Weaver-
ms. wo'x'peVniariently expelled
& erty by Thursday noon. Emhodled in
23 -&e.wsoiwl'pEdbyithe:-Clfls was
3'. j11 approval fand commendation' or
?3 tk& course nursued 'by the bffl'c9rsan3
iSenibefrs in imprisoning theSopho-
tts more offlclA?.nyi'&'4l' ' f , c
iPresldeti SaToijllnBl calledfvihe
$ meeting orfefotfl : 4(T in Memorial
tittu. Prior to his call, a sllcht dls-
'OirDaircewaB owusea Dy a iew ooyuu-
urgently, requested to -lo ao by a
'iftdy.'iof ib,e..reeh,pien. ." Pcelying,
- tnftt-ih,eywdre' krgel'y-outhunibered,,
they'itnen graceruiiy. ?(ninarerwi. - -
M r,- Weavarllng said- that he -was
temporarily suspondod from' xlho, Unl-
versky'and henco could not-preside.
r ,Ini?'ri absence 6f the vice1 president,
' vh"e appointed Mr. Earl Mallory' tern-
foraav,. chairman. . Mr, 'Mallory stated
that the object of the meeting' was to
- .decide whothofloTorthb cjass should
" pV.witi the denlanof ihe,TJni-
make a decision it it would, prevent
.1 . jJMAZivdvtoD lofu PrsiAentWeaveV
IPaul C. "Wise spoke Jbriefly. stating
i wn xnus xar, dui uhw. . ru uuw
' - OMSflt to turm MDtoaald loose. , He
J t&ught -the isk In holding lm long-
rwas too-grea compared, with what
tii gain would he" Oolllna "expressed
4$ like opinion, bitterly condemning
the Btopnomorea -who had appealed to
ttf UalyerBi'ty authorities, if', It" -were
trie hasuc lactlpA'hadbeentakeji.
ifiiother speaker asked 4f it'wero not
passible to absolve averting from
lishment without releasing Me
ld. J.TM, wrpnpunced toposj
le by members of the class who
KmwChaiijlk)r Andrews' attitude, in
tte mattei:, t
Mfhairmah Mallory called attention
jr-ta (lactrwaT'iaB '"m w uwv
asxea xor lmmoaiaie kcuuu.
itdent "Wiewrilng re.ueBtea ttg
claas to have no Regard for the effects
ld wtlUngly leave school If. the
did not wish to give.up'Mcboa-
, , ;,u "toii Never
TEMPLE iTHEATRfi, ?!
tiy Dernara anaw
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Special (Sccnetv , Steckleberg's Orchestra
Tickets reserved at the Temple Toutsday and Friday
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CALL8 OFF TRIP.
8teckelberg forced1 to Abandon West
ern Tour This Year. '
Mr. Carl Steckdlberg" head of the,
string department of, the University
School of Mjislcjiaaad to call off
bis "JVestern ,tour on yvhlch he was to
start thoi7th' of this' month to appea
In the, larger -cities as a, violin i sonst.
Mr. Sleckelberg made a tour ofl.th
Western cities last spring, and,was
so well received that his management
arranged;. forF"anpV tour to ''take
iif'-pd'n;ve,vtk l3ity,' Portland,
"Seattle WcowaTi (Spokane -and Wto',
but- he was forced to witMdraw from
berg has .put the University Orchestra
on a muchMundefrahd-broader plane;
orchestratocPX -'9r li1?3?' . T66
concerts will continue ,thr()ugliout,flie
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year till ,the ipstruments iare paid, ror,
after which tne prooeeasTitm xne
concerts will , go .to 'rielp -fuVnish ,yxQ
Temple. ,:-- , .
, Aside lromthe7conoefts ,to be given,
the orchestra has agreed to act as the
Temple Orchestra, and -to play for'iho
different -ifsactions tfcsti. wills ba-glyen
orchestra in.-tiiis jole will tben6xt
iTellK nC feWWl
played, besides a ptece of ffluslc
miavAd .durlnsr the -lastt act.- composed
'&i hHrAljitim$ck 4lmself..The
musical program win oe as loiiaws:
Overture--IMlenborg., , ,, . ?; . , .,jF . '
iAnere ..-:... UJUce
TSllenberg Return of the Top
Wagner. . . . .MaTph frpm Tannheuser
Wagner.'. . .; .X. .'. i.4i . .' .vBveninStar
.Plea like mother trlei to make.
Baked free twiee'a day by an expert
wqaoan, pie baker;-, at t -The Bosom;
JUUUCO. ' '
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TickLlsaiiMt to M
SAT'Y; EVENING, 8:15
8tate F.arm Basket Bail Five Out
1 classed'' Wednesday. ' v
he "1916"! class, askpt-ball team
played its first game of the season
WednoBdaJnlgty in the Armory; de
featingf the Stale" Farm 'team by thS
score of 34 to 9. The game 4was
characterized by fasf. all-around team
work on. the pa,rt. of. the Sophomores.
h,e.rrjngton was easily the star tpt.
thei4igame, throwing ten field' goals,
Tho; men wo .-participated . on, the
ophomoro team were as flollows:. .
Forwards Flowers, A. 0. Schlmdt
(captain),- 7V A, Jones, Mitchell
Center Ohefrlngtpn. , , - . ,
Guards H.,LG. Sohmidt; Long, By
' l At-Ohapel.-
On Very short- notice, TProfessor Bar-
hour was persuaded to give a -stereo
ticon lecture on tne wormuaa1 xsies
STW&riffc tijnfjojL yjerjsuj&t'k
jthe lsland-aro; the tnost beautlf uj- and
the most attractive to Amoricans and
so a lecture on the subject tyag very
appropriate. Jtvoiessor uarDour, grow
very enthusiastic7 in khls IdescHptlon
of. the beauty to 6e found everywhere
in the- islands, and. osDeclallv .at tho
bbaiity ; oLthe. cWes andjihQ,ih'oaiw
which, at -best, are not veryNixreten
tious. Tho ibrllllancy of' coiors found
bfr 'creryhancirhe declared,, surpassed
aeseppuon. iiiven me country roaas
are so beautiful that they; cannot help
but raise the Ideals 'of every passerby.-
- For Fifty Cents. -The
flfsf, performance of Bernard
Shaw's play, "You Never Can Tell,"
will he given Saturday afternoon' at
2:60 o'clock. All- members of the
Dramatic Club will bo"admitted free'
of charge They may"-bring any
frkmdd with them bV navine flftv
il cents' for each at the door,' " . A
JAN. SEVENTEEN, J90
one, pi inA mosc interesung ana in
structive" fect'iiresi wmch ?haYeVo"een
ibis :iwMi ' ZSA Jr l-i '
'CORNHU8KER QRL8 flVEv.TO
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The Highland-Park, "Iowa, asket'lall
Team May Meet ell'i 'Qiilntet w
Hire "Next Thuraday Evening.
, The . glrls baskot-baU . team : of the
jphiversity wjll play two' game.8 Vith',
Minnesota, probably 9 March or'
April. One-game" will-take place here
and' one, at .Minneapolis, The 'last
'game between the'giHs 1f 'the two
schools was played In i905, when Ne'
jbraska defeated-tho, sweet oo-eds of .
the milling city, '
Minnesota has a fast five this aea(
'son and expects' to make agood ..rec-'
ord.: Regarding the Gppleri team the
'Minnesota Dally has the following to
1 "Prospects for a winning girls'
baskoMjall five are excellent There,
is much good material among -the .po
ods aid tho .squad is 'unusually large,
The candidates for theflrst team
'are practicing regularly -every day In,
preparation for the athletic- tourna
ment' February 20, when the-' 'Varsity
flveWlii e s'elebted,v Practice (Com
mences -,at ,4 o'clock every Moaday
'aftornoon-and" contnues-yntll'-er. : 7
! DaV Oakes has succeeded -in secur
ing two games for the glcls wkh Ne-
orasKa. vainer arrangements ro do
ing made to play GraadnEorks i aad
cTne ,eraska girls af e not'golag ton
usual attention ; to wslpajlythisj
winter. 'The class teams, have been
organized and are practicing ifrequeat-J
fjr.r. The members of he "'Vanriiy'flW
twill probably be, chosen soon after thel
inter-class tournament, wWhc.will be
hqld February 7.-, " 1 .t' iq H
ing.iU southern trip into Kansas.;
Vtiureday night the Cornhuskers de-1
teatod . the JKansas r Agricultural five? -&t
'anattan' bjr $kp score 'of 36 to
18; TheKansas farmers., wrb oui
classed In every department of r the
game.' Walsh, a' forward, and
pwigh't Bell, at gurdfoV Nebraska
did some good work. ' '" u
iLast night the Nebraska team
played; Washburn' at Topffcar TpaiaM
ana tomorrow, aigat
the "Jayhawker five at
sas. The games 'wkh
take plaoe la 'the . new
whlehraa eoaapleted last faHi 'iThese
wlU' -be theMvVst basketall pimes1'
Nebraska has played at Lawreaee ler
ieveral fyirs.' ' i' m
ITaaseVexpeots te defeat the, Cora
Wrkers. la both series, . bat-ksk for':
a elose score in 'each1 eoatet,Lat '
seasoa Nebraska met the Jaykawker
flre atiI4aoelnoaa4vas4ly' 4Ate
.thV . ' f " ''r '' t' t
'-Before Masrtt,lett ferKa
Wt;sU that tkeHlaakad4 Park
Ctflssjt., .flV- 5QJ1MI "oaJyfrh.
afceald" Aey7 eoaie.'ltaeaiir Seev "
fc--1- 41lav. mm1A arfv ilia Ufa Jl
al, Paul C. Wise then (presented the
rapolutkHi, the passage of hiok
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