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ATTACKS THE DANCE
STUDENT WRITE8 HOT LETTER
PERPETUAL DANCING SCORED
Lack of Variety In Entertainment for
Students Is a Glaring Fault of
Present System, 8ays a ,
Tho unvaried run of dances as uni
versity entortalnmonts Beoms to bo
bothorlng students at various univer
sities. Tho Pacific Dally Wave, pub
lished by the University of WaBhing-
ton, found the following solf-oxplanu-
tory communication In its mail box'
"Editor Tho Daily Wave:
"Doubtless 'knocking' Is becoming
rather monotonous; but at all events,
tho target is now in this instanco
which 'target is a soomlngly well-ea-tabllshod
tradition In University of
Washington social life, bettor estab
lished at loaBt than most of thoso
InfnntB whoso tottering feet wo are
striving to guide traditionward.
"Being such, I hesitate tho moro 'o
raise a protest; novortholesB, In an
institution of tho size and standing
of tho University of Washington, It
ough to bo posBiblo to ovolvo or im
port moro than ono form of social
One Diet Monotonous.
"Ono would hardly caro to bo served
with tho samo" ploco do resistance at
ovory dinner, nor does ono reeard
highly tho culinary art which would
provldo such a Buccesslon of menus.
No moro Is it to tho credit of our so
cial genius that every function of any
importance at which both men and
women are- present, is primarily, and
usually entirely, a dancing party.
"As one college woman expressed
it, Wo might as well bo in a little
country town so fnr as variety Is con
corned.' "Not that I am criticizing dancing
per so; but to allow any ono thing to
monopolize tho situation this is un
donlnbly narrow and provincial. Tho
very osBonco of entertainment is In
- mil lif:
Us variety. But, glanco down a list
of our social events, tho same thing,
under different nnmes, from one end
to tho othor. I am not proud of It;
"Tho fact that a hop is tho eanlost
kind of ovont to arrange, that Jt Is
popular, or that thoro aro other Insti
tutions no better than Washingon in
this respect, does not excuse us. We
do not lack in origlnnllty, energy anl
ambition; so lot's get out of the rut."
TIME HAS NOW BEEN CHOSEN
Dates for Junior-Senior and Sophomore-Freshman
Yesterday afternoon a mooting of
tho inter-class debating committees
was held nnd several important ques
tions were Bottled. It was decided
that tho first contest would bo held
on Friday evening, Mtirch l?th, at
i,i tl rao t,1Q JunIora and seniors
will debate. The sophomore-freshman
deba.to will bo hold tho next and the
same question will be discussed. No
admission will ho charged for theso
preliminary debates and It is expected
that a great deal of class enthusiasm
will be aroused.
The question as to what is the best
and most ofToctivo mothod of coach-'
lng tho different teams was discussed
at some length arid It was Anally dor
elded that each team might properly
havo tho services of a student coach
If-It so desired, and .thnt all help
which-tho faculty saw fit to glvq tho
teams muBt be given equally to all.
Each speaker will be given ten mfti
utos for his first speech and four mln-'
utos for rebuttal; No decision has
yet been made as to who will be the
Judges for theso debates but they will
Happenings of the Past
8even Years Ago. j
Tho croatlon of a school of mu&'fc;
for tho University of Nebraska was
agltatod by Nebraska professors. Pro
fessor Barbour declared that there
was every opportunity for the estab
lishment of a successful school in this
part of the country.'
Six Years Ago.
Junior class elected a co-ed, MIsb
Van Zandt, as president of tho class.
Request of students for Sunday dis
tribution of mall at Btation "A" was
Five Years Ago.
Fraternities of tho unlvorslty make
pledges of largo contributions to the
Alumni wrote many loiters protect-'
lng against tho absorption of tho ath
letic field until a now ono could bo
Four Years Ago.
Now ruleB were adopted for tho
cadet battalion. It was provided that
any cadet who excited a disturbance
that intorfored with military dlsclpllna
should bo liable, to dismissal from tho
One Year Ago.
Professor QasB discussed Bernard
Shaw at chapel and declared that ho
was a man working fearlessly for the
welfaro of humanity.
Action was set for this afternoon
and It was then that tho university
men claimed to havo enough vbtes to
carry tho measure. Now they aro
entirely at soa and aro admitting that
defeat is very possible.
Prof. Barbor of tho Latin depart
ment, who is now at Now Orleans.
La., attending tho meeting of tho
Classical Association, will return tho
latter part of this week. On March
9th, Prof. Barber will address tho
Latin club on tho "Classical Associa
tion and the Mardi GraB."
The Insular Department of Military
Affairs has iBsued a call for men to
fill positions of third lieutenants in'the
Army or tho Philippines. A 'limited
numbor of these positions aro opon,
and anyona who is interested in this
matter should apply to Captain Work!
zer for moro detailed Information.
probably bo either prominent Lincoln
mon or university professors.
The question for debate is worded
as follows: "Should tho United Stats
adopt parcels post?" In tho senior
junior debate the seniors will havo
tho affirmative and tho juniors tho
negative. In tho sophomore-freshman
debate the sophomores will havo tho
negativo and tho freshmen tho afllrm
atlvo. AT THE PLAYHOU8E8.
Two acts at tho Majestic tho Zln
garl singers and; Miss Eva Taylor and
!u plttyrB ,n "Chorus" are worth
the price of admission. Some of tho
first-nighters' volunteered that Miss
Taylor's farco alone was worth tho
cost of tho best seat. An any rate
this week's show is a good one, of
which the above mentioned acts are
tho headllners. For singing singing
that well, pleapos Lincoln's boBt peo
plethe Zlngarl singers aro tho best
that have come this way for many
moons. They were given several on,
cores Jnst night. "Miss Taylor's apt
must be rated as tho best laugh pro
ducing farco -yet offered by tho Ma
jestic. The act Is unique.
Charles Sary, as a Gorman mu
sician, convulsed the audience last
night. Ho has somo real original
Othor good numbers on the bill aro
tho Mnkah'and troupe of Japanese ac
robats; Cromwell & Samse, comedy
bar artists; Dorothy Dayne,' In char
acter Imitations; Stutzman and May,
In a comedy tblll entitled "Tho Soan
Peddler." - '
Ono of August Thomas' best dramas,
"Alabama," is being produced at the
Lyric this week. .The Fultons dp as
woll with this play as they did last
week with "Tho -Man on the Box.'
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