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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1908)
VoL VII. No. J52.
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MR. GLENN MARSTON OF NEW
i YORK CITY AT CONVOCATION."
Mr. MarstoiT, a Tax and Statistical Ex
J pert, Advocates State Regula-
tlo'n In Reference to M. O.
i Mr. Glenn Marston, municipal stat
istician and tax expert for the city of
New ,!Ypfk, .spotte" at convocation yes
terday j on "Public Control of Public
Service Utilities." Mr. Marston was a
JjIebraBka boy, hhv parents still living
at K?nay,ani; thus .JilS oddrejspwas
i . ulil 1 lH4nin 9rr n NTfV.
tiraskaauden.cef . 3
Mr. Marston assigned high rates and
poor .service .as JuQauses of the aglj
tation for control of public service cor
porations. Me gave" three methods of
accomplishlngthls which have been
tried : nynftgfpaf pvtoeYshlp municipal
control,, aHd ""Stale regulation. He
thinks thit) whtT0 munlcllaiiWnerBhlp
is (t stepdnTfoight-directlon, lt ls 1
theory whlclwftL not Work in pract
jticeJhWiiaps not lower rates or
Itrol 'forces Jthe corporations into poll
itlclTlo 1)?8tect themselves against the
f' politicians in office who want to stay
jnlfna Those' whoare out and want to
get In." The corporations must be
on the right side of the politicians "to
save .their .ownaklns." State regula
tion. &'&. an' appolhtejl prlecd Mate
commlssionm! state law, takes
tm&WoiotiVptt poUtics. and
With a limited appeal from the com
missioners' decisions to the Supreme
Court, assures Impartial and just de
cisions. ENGLISH CLUB ELECTS.
Officers for the Ensuing Year Chosen
by the Members.
AL the last regular meeting of the
English Club, Friday evening, the fol
lowing officers were elected .for ext
ear: .&' -
President', Professor Gass. .
Vice-President, Miss 'McPhee. (
' Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Barries.
! Critic Dorothy. Green.
Keeper- of the Jug Miss "Doc"
' The club ,met with Mfss Estelle
Morrison? 516 South Sixteenth street,
n.?.;? ? T7XF v ' . ?!$. r i
All persons who do not get the 1908
Cornhusker which they ordered be
fore school ls out will have the book
sent to thousand a sight draft drawn
on them for the price of the book and
the express charges. All' books to be
gotten at the Unl. Boole Store.
! HUBERT O. BELL,
! Business Manager.
k ? .'.. .. -vi i, ' : 1
rnmmitfee.mdet.'ln U..106 at 5.-p, m
Wednesday. Important business to be
transacted. - -': - z. ,
Plea like rioth'er trfjd to ,naai;e.
Baked fresh MwarditjDyn expert
womanplp $ker at ,he Boston
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27,
Minnesota vs. Nebraska
FRIDAY, MAY 2?T.
CADETS OFF TO CAMP.
Battalion Leaves for Annual Encamp
ment at Nebraska City.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
cadets assembled in the Armory and
shortly before 3 o'clock they marched
to the Burlington depot to take the
train for Nebraska City, where the
encampment Is being held this year.
The band headed the line of march
and was followed by Companies A,
D, C, and B in order.
The Hospital Corps left Saturday in
order to have the camp In order when
the battalion arrived. The Pershlngs
also started on a cross-country trip
Saturday and were due to arrive last
night. The last report that was heard
of them they were at Eagle. The
next few days will consist of real sol
dier life for the boys. Friday after
noon a sham battle will take place, In
which Company A will hold the post
Companies A and B will hold their
individual spell-downs for which the
winner In each company will be pre
sented with a medal by the officers.
Company B will also have a squad
spell-down for a medal.
Arthur Jorgensen is acting as quar
Dr. R. A. Lyman, Director of the
new School of Pharmacy, has been ap
pointed delegate from the Nebraska
State Medical Association to the Ne
braska -Pharmaceutical Association,
which meets at Omaha, June 16-18.
Dr. Lyman will leave today -to visit
TEe schools of pharmacy in Kansas,
St. Louis, Chicago and Iowa.
Women's Dormitory Summer Session.
Students who wish to reserve rooms
In the Women's Dormitory at the Uni
versity Farm for the summer session
should apply to the Director or Regis
trar. KOn"Sale' at Library,
Seniors ThUrscfoy ;
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2:30 p m
NEW NEBRASKAN STAFF.
Student Publication Board Elects Next
The Student Publication Board met
yesterday afternoon and elected the
staff for next year's "Nebraskan." The
members are as follows: Editor-in-chief,
Clyde E. Elliott; managing edi
tor, Herbert W. Potter; associate edi
tor, Lynn Lloyd; business manager,
Mr. Elliott was for two semesters
managing editor of the "Nebraskan,"
and Is now working on the State Jour
nal, so Is sure to do all for the paper
that experience and ability will en
able. Mr. Potter was associate edi
tor the first semester of this year and
Mr. JLloydJiaa been athletic editor thlB
semester, while Mr. Wallace ls at
present business manager.
The plan ls to Improve the paper
next year by adding a column to the
width of the page and two or three
Inches to its length.
Mr. Elliott, Mr. Potter, and Mi.
Wallace are members 0f. AJpha Theta
Chi, Mr. Lloyd Is a member of Phi
Kappa Psi. -
) IS 4 - 3- r.
' K. P. MacDonald, U. of N. .'04, and.
Princeton Theological,. '08, will. give a
synopsis of the essay which won him
a Germany scholarship before a spe
cial meeting of the Divinity Club to
day at & o'clock p. m. Mr. Harrison,
also formerly of the University, now
of Chicago Divinity School, will also
give a talk upon "The Training ot the
;The meeting will be" field" in the
TmphvBullding. Those especially in
terested are invited.
Students who wish to take German
13 (novel and drama) during the next
semester and find that It conflicts with
some other course at 11 a. in., M., W.,
F., may arrange with me for other
hours. PAUL H. GRUMMANN.
a. m to J p. m
All Students Friday
Price 5 Cents.
1908 CLASS PLAY
PREPARATIONS FOR "THE THREE
Chairman Purcell Announces Tickets
to Go on 8ale at 11 a. m., Thurs
dayDally Practise Held.
During the past three months the
Senior play cast has been practicing
continually and preparations are now
almost complete' for the production of
"The Three Musketeers" at the Oliver
Theater on Tuesday evening, Juno 9.
The tickets will go on sale Thursday
and Friday from lt a. m. to 1 p. in.,
in-the- EiM5ary"Bulldlrfg. ""
Every year the Senior play proves
to be one of tho most Important enter
tainments of Commencement week
and has always been enthusiastically
supported by the student body and tho
people of Lincoln. iho committee
needs money now nnd lt is i.opod that
those who intend to be here and In
tend to attend the play will buy their
tickets immediately. The assessment
for all Seniors is $2, for which they
will receive four tickets, and lt Is ex
pected that they will take advantage
of the situation before, tho sale Is
thrown open to the public.
The play ls one which will bo full
of action, as everyone knows who has
ever read It and the costumes are of
such, an elaborate character that it
was necessary to order them from an
out-of-town firm. Miss Howell ixa
spent much of her time In develop
ing each Individual for the posltloi
selected apd lheje ls gp doujit bht'Siat
lt will prove a success. '
The following Is the cast of charac
ters: v '
King Louis XIII .Byron IC Eatoi
Cardinal Richelieu. ... .F. C. CopelanS
George Vllllers, Duck of Bucking- ,
ham ..t. ....... .$, B, Buck;
Count de Rochiford, an emissary ;
of Cardinal Richelieu..
-i .,. v ; Vj . . . Clyde yC. McWhInnejr(
De Trevllle, Captain of theKing's,., 'j
'Musketeers. . . .EugoneT.' Phillna
, -Trehe Soldiers of the MuskSCeer"""
AthoB R. c. Ashby
Porthos Ernest Johnson
Aramls .'...,. J. A. Murphy
D'Artagnon, an Adventurer
Boniface, Spy of Richelieu's.!.-..-
Pouchet, Host of the Jolly Miller
' , . 4 J. p. Shaw
Le Tour, Lieutenant of Bombar
diers :. .jJ. H. Purcell
Seadrlft, Captain of the True
Briton v ...Gay Hardy
Jacques, a Waiter .. . . JrR. Walker
Courier , E. W. Davis
Ann of Austria, Queen of France
Lady de Winter, an Agent of Rich
elieu Hazel Hempel
Constance, the Queen's Tire
Woman v . . Jessie ' Copk
Besides the aboveK quite' a number
of Seniors will take part in the minor
details of the play.
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