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ENDS CLA8S JBpRAP..
Tho aptl.on. of Chancellor Andrew.e
ygsterday afternoon brings tp an end
, the, kidnapping of Chairman MacDon
aid. and loaves tho porpotrators of tho
kidnapping In a sorrowful condition;
Whother this means the end of all
B.c, nffaIrs remains to be seen. . It is
oped that it will bo'. There, may bo
some fun in. stealing a chairman of a.
ho but with the authorities disap
proving there has resulted a great
deal nioro of disaster than pleasure.
A man is kept away from his school
work for several days Just before ex
aminations, tho freshman class is dis
organized and losos its president, four
raon Iobo thoir credit for an entire se
mester and ono man is Indefinitely sus
pended from school. This lis tho net
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Wf olmim tft bs tfcs tuat GLEANERS and DYERS in Ltecoln and are
fP'9!9? 0qr OMthodf ro the VERY LATEST and our work
J1 bk vm money can aeoure.
iJyrf ,1an flneit dreaaelB ab robes trithout xSanger of fadlnr or
Mkln; in any way. We alio oUan gentlemen's slothing of all kinds.
MCi called for. and iellrsrsa. All goosa thoroughly sterilized. Ws so
ItsriBf and repairing. .
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIT.
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reBUlt of the whole affair. ' Is the game
worth the cost? In view of .the position
taken by the Chancellor certainly it is
These affairs havo come to be car
ned too far when a man Is taken near
ly a week before the dance comes off,
and jt seems high time thnt "some
check be made In tho matter. Hotf.
oyer "unfortunate It may "be for the
victims, thiBj.affalr will servo as a
warning to furture classes.
.. Coipplaint is again heard or the dif
ficulty in getting books In" the library.
This, is the result of no hew Bymptom
on the prtjf.somo few students, who
by a1 lax plrt of morality, not qnly
Injure, themselves, but incidentally .dls
concede the . more consclencious stu
There is no difference jn essenco be
tween hiding albooic Intended for the
common .use., of a large .' number of
students and stealing it outright. Many
thoufht less men and women will do
thisi and- laugh at their own dlsfion
esty. Thore are" 'pranks andpraaks)
'and ihlii is one which is becoming
anything but funny.
(fkctrthKt I t'lB rcreRtlrrgaT50otlleal'nD('
talk .nbouto corporate? .wealth ., Senti-
mum win not boivo tne proDiom, out
the cduntry'srogress. At any rnto
tho presidents utterances will have
considerable Influence in tho next cam
paign and it is well worth tho time of
the busy student to read it and think
The Cornhusker voting contest has
proved a" Joke in mosl respQct' but
(thore is bnd thing on which the sen
timent of the students seems tovbo
tinanimous, and that is tho need of a
football field. All. jokes are laid aside
When this question is, reached and
tho vote Is Invariably a great, big
YJBS' ,The-griatekt',neod of the
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Tho preliminaries for tle Charter
Pay exercises will be, held, In tho Ar
mory, Saturday, February 8, at 2: a.).
The purpose of this 'tryout Is to cut
down the number of athletes who can
participate on Charter Day, so that
only contestants of the first class may
Tho number of contestants that may
enter Charter Day events is as follows:
In tho sprints, eight; and in all oilier
events tho fence vault, polo vault,
running high kick, running high jump,
shot put, and rope climb, tho number
is limited to four.
Aspirants may pracllco this after
noon at four o'clock.
The committee in charge of the
Company "13" Hop have announced
that It will be held March 27th at
Fraternity Hall and Walt's Orchestra
will furnish the music. Company "B"
In the only company of the battalion
having social organization. It 'holds
a dance and a banquet each year. S.
A. Mahood Is chairman of the hop
committee anjl Art Jones, master of
The Freshman Hop will bo held at
the Lincoln, Friday evening, March
13. Abbott's orchestra has been en
gaged for the occasion. Tickets will
be $2.00 and the number sold is to
be absolutely limited to eighty-five. It
is hoped .by the committee that at
least one Informal dapc'9 be jjlven aT
which tho crowded condition will not
Interfere with the' pleasure of thoJ
The Hawkoye Club w,as pleasantly
entertained at the' homo of Mr. and
Mrs. T. .,F. A. Williams, 407 Soutli
Twenty-slxth street. This was the
third of a series of Informals which
have, boon held this yeaY. Besi des the
Informal meeting, officers were elect
ed OS follows: W. H. nnvnnfrla nMl.
dent; ,Allen Cole, vice president; H.
S. Ballenger, treasurer; Miss Jeanette
j; ) , THE JJJSSAGE;!,
- 'Whejherjidfvb believe President
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