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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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MORE ABOUT BOOZING.
Severn! men hnvo appeared nt Uni
versity pnrtioH thlB winter Intensely
tanked. Theao functions are very well
mannged, the conduct of tho students
ordinarily being most praiseworthy,
but n few such appearances as the
above at least deserve mention.
Recital for Graduation.
Binmn Isabel Preston, of the Uni
versity School of Music, pupil of
Henry Eames, will give a recital for
graduation tonight, May 6th, at 8
o'clock at the UniverB'ty Temple
Theator. The public is cordially In
vited. The following is the program:
Gavotte (from Second. Violin So
nata); transcribed by Snint-
Prelude, F minor Snint-Saens
Papillons, Op. 2 Schumann
Polonaise, B Flat minor ...Chopin
I-.es Adleux Weber
"On the Mountains' Grieg
Op. 39 Song of the Lark; Song
of the Reapers TachaikoTBky
Concert Etude, Op. 24 Moszkowski
Concerto, C .Major Beethoven
Allegro con brio.
(Orchestral Parts on Second Piano)
Tho Junior program yesterday morn
ing wuh excellent. Montgomery seoniB
"favorably impresed" by tho Phi Beta
Remember the date, May 15th, tho
"Cornhusker" comes out. "Save up
The friends of Mr. F. W. Upson will
be plensed to learn that ho 1ms re
ceived a fellowship in the Department
of Chemistry at the University of
The Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
On May 15th the students of tho
University will have an opportunity to
attend the first minstrel show ever
given by the Y. M. C. A. It may seem
rather an incongruity to connect tho
Y. M. C. A. with any such an institu
tion as a minstrel, but nevertheless
those who attend the performance on
tho 15th will see that the boys of the
Y. M. C. A. are not always of the "long
face" type. With two of the best
comedians in the city for "end men"
and with a chorus of well-trained male
voices, the requirements for a good
show will be complete. The chorus
has been training for some weeks and
the Jokes are of the kind that "take."
The minstrel will probably be made
an annual affair and should be well
supported by the student body. Those
hnving it in charge realize that it is
nearing the end of the year and that
there is constant demand for the stu
dents' monoy and for that reason have
fixed the prices within reach of all.
Be a Y. M. C. A. "booster.'
Entries are coming in for the Uni
versity tennis tournament. Play will
begin In the tournament as soon as
PLEASE PAY UP!
If you have not paid your subscription, please
let the matter have your early attention. $1.00
for second semester. Office open daily 2 to 5,
room 7 Administration building. : : : : '
Chicago. For the past year Mr. Up
ton has been a fellowin the Chemistry
department here at Nebraska. He will
take up his newwork in the fall and
all his friends ish him well. This is
aot only another compliment to our
Nebraska students, but to our very ef
Bates recently won the annual de
bate, with Clark. The question dis
cussed was tho desirability or a larger
- "Resolved, That the Federal Gov
ernment should hnvo control of cor
porations doing an interstate busi
ness" was tho question In the recent
Syracuso-Bowdoin debate. Syracuse
Harvard won from Yale in their
eighteenth annual debate,. Tills was
the fourteenth Victory for Harvard.
the weather permits, . this week if
All those who wish to enter oither
in the singles or doubles and who
have not already hnnded in their
nameB should do so at once. The
nnmes can be given to Manager II. D.
Young or left at the Nebraskan office.
Tho Tennis Club dues are one dollar
per year and no entrance fee-will bo
charged for the tournament to those'
who have paid tlleir qlub dues. Evory
ono is eligible to compete and tho en
try llBt should be a largo one. The
winners of the tournament will prob
ably represent Nebmska in the
matches with Kansas and Missouri.
PrpfesHor Charles Furlong, formerly
of Cornell, in charge of an expedition,
has arrived at Valparaiso, Chjlli, after
a, successful journey across Terra Del
Fuego and the Pntagonian Pampas.
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Candidates for Athletic Board.
Tho following men have signified
their intention of being In school next
year and have announced themselves
as candidates for student members of
the Athletic Board:
Ben M. Cherrington.
Clyde E. Elliott.
Edward F. Guidinger.
James B. Harvey.
Sidney T. Frum.
H. O. Perry.
Walter W. Walsh.
J. M. Patton.
W. A. Kelly.
I intend to bo in school next year
and will be a cnndldato for student
member of the Athletic Board.
F. A. PETERSON
I Will bo In school next year and
wish to declare my intention of being a
candidate for a student member of the
Athletic Board for the coming year.
GEO. A. WESTOVEIl.
DAHGE PR06RAUS BAMQUET MENUS
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