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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2J, 90o
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frVOU NEVER CAN TELL" F?LEA8E8
LARGE AUDIENCE AT TEMPLE.
Dramatic Club Members Do Admirable
Work In Giving Bernard Shaw's'
Delightful Farce .Comedy; ,
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ebraska vs.rlignlana Ivaflc..
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LIGHT P. -M.
t THIRTY-FIVE CENTS
i, In the', presence of a, good house,
Ithat over and overagalrf was led to
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applaud vigorously the brilliant sanies
ot tthe play, the University-Dramatic
Club formally Medicated the Temple
Theater-on gHturday night -with . A'.
'Bernard Shaw's farce comedy "You
iNever Can Tell." iFrom the . beglnr.
ntng of the'play td the endUhere-was:
;o drop in the interest., of tho audi
iehce. Point -by point the story of the
jplay was presented 'wlth.m. clearness
ind empWataW'rrefreshing to,
"one whdluu'iifctout. an"anya first act
n bewilderment, ahd. wnosefexuecta-
?tibns of the amateurs ,whq badthe.
H&ek in ihapid were tempered with
" jf-hfo'vLniiB fnerionco withWiateur per
r i)utal80;vtne 8UDuerpoiniSvOiwit ,iu
c;the'diaiogue tood ut-'dearlyr and
the, audience was treated, to two fiqurs
of thatl quieter kind of enjoyment' that
l arises whQnf" their sympathies lemper
-' r. their flslbllltles. v-Whateyer a -greater
f stage experience5 might have done for
Jit'he' players" (Talma-aid..iat twenty
ITyears" aa'the aotor'slernTof appren-
jllceshlp), It Is.coptaittiatnorprofes-
fllonal company could, .'have given
." greater sincerltyto tlie .various parts,
or could haye refrained more gratlfy-
fingly. fromt burlesquing ;them. j -
The parts tnatvcaught the eyes" and
1 the sympathies othpaudience jmost
' readily were those'or William -and of
i Dolly and Phil. , WlllTamr Ihe, affable,
nthe tactful, thoC.incpmparaVle; , ;was
, played by Mr. Afden'fiuin'stead, whoso
, gentle manner and .whose ., smdoUi,
alldlng voice made" the audience forget
itself In sympathy fop his ' genial hu-
S manit Dolly and -Philip were played
Thy itflss Bonnie' Adams and "!3i r. X3uy
litbntgoraery It .Is jhard. to imagine
the par& better done. They are the
Var'froth. lot owe if ancles. '". Thor are
tne pipe dreams" iiot vof kodi seht-
'maMtalfbut of our fun-loving imaglua
' "tions.- Miss Adams and 'Mr. Mont-,
soiaery never letjua . gee c-the reality
behnd their-- presentation, of the.
dream. ' They cowld not have done
xi their 'parts betteh
4 Comparteoria are odious, but It is
necessary, tq, naak one at' this point.
It 'ig Unloubtedly ;true that parts of
theinorewjrmal type of human belngB
' .pire rinchJmpre difficult .to Inipergon-:
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CORNHU8KER FIVE WON EVERY
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GAME ON tOUTHERN TRll?.. ;
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Hlgh'land Rark,.. Colee' Team WJK"
Meet Nebraska Hers Thurmdmv,t v
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80CIETIE8 TO MEET.
A?:New5Company-l8-OrganIzed at the
, 8tate Farm. r-j
3rhe Worjclzer Stifles were organized
at the Statb Farm Saturday afternoon;
Fifty-five of the best drilled men in
thd Second battalion areto constitute
the company. This, organization is
intended totoccupy the" same place at
,tliejJFafm,aB the Pershing. Rifles d6
Ul UIU UUlVClDlljr. iUUJUl J vi. x'.tuun-
forter was'piado captain; Captain (J
WGfurhoy,- first lieutenant, and Cap-,
tain HB.'' Rupert,, second lloutenant.
MaJorB Xlnker,,was; elected,- presi
dent; -First Lieutenant dUR.erud,
vlce-preBldent; Captalh-JW. Gurney,
secretary, and Sergeant .Hang, treas
nirer.. The Worklzer Rifles are toglxo
kan exhibition drill at .the Farmers'
Ifistituto this week."
The Second 'Battalion of Cadets," lo.
catedCat thV 'SatelEram,.srreported
to have four largo companies. . Major
C. J. Frankforler'Hnd"Fir8t" Lieutenant
GnK. Moore, are detached; by' 'Captain
Worklzer to, instruct the cadets and
to aid him, Jn, every way possible,
These men 'are; detached from the
FJ8t Battalion. The following "are
tho commissioned officers.
B. P. Tinker, cadet major;. ' c;' W,
Streltz, cadet' adjutant; afld;flrst' lieu
tenant; L. F Marsh,' cadet captain,
Company' "B;" B. Di. Vandenborg,
cadet .first, lieutenant, Company B;"
W, .G. Harding, cadet second lleliten:
ant, Company' "B;" H. Bt. JRupett, ca
det, oaptaln,;' Company ''F;". B .G:
Kendall, cadet first-lieutenant, Com
Meet. ' , -
vNearly 4 2,000 farmers will bo gath
ered at the .State Farm during the
coming week. - Instead of Its . usual
staid appearance, the Farm. Is begin
ning, to take oh the appearance of a
small city. The occasion qfall this
activity is the seventh, annual; meeting
of the Nebraska. State Agricultural
Associations. The associations which
are meeting this-week aroiseyenteen
in. number,' and i comprise associations;
ofnilan: engaged In most of, the dlffqr
;ent klnUirof farm activity. They vary
in nature from an association, of agri
cultural . students to" the Aberdeen
Augus Breeders' Association.
srhe State Horycultural,vSqcIetyia
holding Its meetings in tho. Temple
thQ-basembntTC- " - -. ; . v-"H-r
Bach nsaociatic'ri-, has arranged a
complete program.of Its own,, usually
taking lite morning for. business and
general discussions, and the, after
noon tor papers on special subjects?
Men specially; ualifliBd to speak wl.'l
bo, present at these mqetings from all
ovor the West. okk-V - ,T -
Mr, E. F". Stevens;, the nurseryman
from, Crete, ..ISqbraskpi, has arranged
. jTbe4Cornhusker- basket-ball team
won every gamo on Its southern' trip,
whlqh" ended Saltur'day night at Law
rence. The fives defeated were Kan
sW , twice), Manhattan and Wash.
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Manhattan was badly . defeated
Wednesday by the score of 36' to 18,v
Qf this game the Kansas Agricultural
paper, after giving the result, says in
"For Nebraska, Walsh was thecori-
eplcuous man. He threw one-half of
the, thrty-six . points that .tho Cora
huflkerg, made. Next foe. Nebraska
came Ritchie with six points. Perry
Is credited', with four and Wood . and .
Stevenson with two -each, Ve nae '
nothing but praise for the game that
the, Cbrnhuskers put up. They 'playea
pau irom wnisuo to wmstie, ana tne
;kind qf ball that; counts," ''
"With their load of; six, points In. the
first half Nebraska ganq.d,.jteftdliy. u .- --
and wore never closely pushed by the
Aggies. r Had our men been as good'
brluglng the ball down the field, .they
woiild 'have rushedl the Cornhuskers
'for the game."
Tho game with Washburn was won:
byJthe close Bcore of 26 to' 26. This
uniec was niarKeu oy rqugn piay on
did part of bolh, teams. v"i ,
ad 'upon atrlklng 'indlYlduaji pecuJ
4 HaritlM; 'Mrs. Claudon, Gloria, Valen-
$ tine, Crampbon and. McComas had
uoh, 'nornaU' partS,, M4ss Bailey's
f ikrg.ClaVdqrfdtmuch,dlgnlty in the
X actkm'. and her gtfqrigeat speech,
ouiied from her Twentieth' Century
k Motherhood, won a moment of Intense
.,; . k alienee fromudlfnce, ,;Mlsg
, $ Carries' Glprlahad dignity throughput
japy "F;"ki Q, Mjullenfaoff; cadet
second, lieutenant,, Company "F;" J.
W. Gurney,, cadet, captain, Company
"G;" A, ,R. Shedd, cadet first lleuten-
ant, 'Company '-G;" C. X.Hayward,:
cadet second lieutenant, Company
"G;" Q. -B, Westover, cadet captain,
dompariy $(& '.G.IR; .erud, padot
first lleutenaqt, company ;'' jbj. p
Woodard, .cadet second lieutenant,
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Advertise your wants in the Ne-braskan.
an exhibit . of ,apples .. at the : 9tate
Farm, which proves that apples can -bo
'grown profitably ovon,' in' years, such
,ns this one, when frosts, are supposed
to kill everything.. , . , . -
7hllq tbe, apple crop-was .almost' a
total lossjn; districts whore the .scien
tific care 6f!ttiV trees was riot under
stood, Mr. Stevens found' that large
and profitable qrqps could be raised
Some of , the , finest apples r -which
AYore exhibited cable fronx the" David:
Hunter orchard n,eftr, ,North Platte,
This; orqhard cqin!talris 60,000 trees,
arid' is'nianageVaqcordlhg to g(rlctl
scientific methods. K has been, fpund
tnat. ground so useu will return B00
tbl'thf.acre. - ' " "i :" r. '
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. . Bach of the games with .Kansas was
holly contested, Nebraska playing la ,..
Utile better ball .than1 their opponents
in both contests. The first score was
20 to 17 ; the secqrid, 23 ffco 21; J i j ;
ThevHighlandf Park, Iowa, basketj
,bali i flye.Vlirreot tho Cornhusker
In WqAirmory' Thursday evening. A'ri
informal Vdance' wiir "follow thereon; '
test. 'Highland. Park Is? saloTto la9
a vey 'fast'team''aVd thfeiOorrihuBkors
expect to have a hardfgarae. 'U '
The announcement In The Dally Ne
biaskan Saturday toatdlagHhq Inten
tion of the. Conference to letthe place
fromthe "Big Hln'be' filled by Nf .
brasfca created c'oosidf Hble. excite
meat on the canipusr Maay eoMaiywats
were made on the .advisability of o-.
Ing -into ' the organlaatlofa. Several
reatr'ictlqng, "tmpqsed qii : .'ksVpsaibf s
by the Conference were ,dlscueed by
the students, and many were objected '
to, but the geaeral opinion, of the stu
dents, as expressed; Saturday seemed
to, fy,orNebraska!s, entering the '''Big ,
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'"The artlclf s lnthe ocal papers Sat
urday were' a, little mlsleadiag. The
statement was made that- Nebraska x
;!wwtfd '.be'aaked tpjoiftte MBIgIine."
Nebraska will-not ;be aiked, but will ,
have to make application;, lor adrais-
sjoo. It is sot Ukly tyaJtrsuch a. dig
nified orpialaatijuithe Coafereice"
Will o frtHm feeWfla sobool to
flrl the p"oX;t!;Woivejimts,' 'fJoBie
hlni. hwvr, jwUif be Umxxwm joist ..by ,
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