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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Joo, Tho Tailor.
. Mageo & Doomor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltchon
J. R. Davis.
Miller & Palno
Riidgb & Guontol
C. H. Froy
Froy & Froy ' '
Magoo & Doomor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Go.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
-Magee St Deomer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo, & G.uenzel
Spriler & Simon
Franklin Ico Cream Co.
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
Armstrong Clothing Oft.
Bookman Bros. '
Rogers & Perkins
Miller & Paine
Joe, Tho Tailor.
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SENIOR PROM. WILL BE "
6IVENJN JANUARY 7
CHAIRMAN FORDYCE ANN0UNCE8
PLAN8 FOR HOP.
TICKETS TO BE LIMITED TO 75
the Price of Admission
First of Two Formal
With five weeks still remaining until
tho Benior prom, the hop committee
of tho upper class Is nevertheless bus
ily engaged at work laying plans for
tho annual affair. The dance is to bo
hold January 7, the first Friday after
tho Chrlstmns vacation, and the com
mittee members dosldo that nothing
bo left undone to make it a splendid
Walt's full 'orchestra has been eu
gaged for tho prom and special music
Is promised. The seniors have made
their dance the first of tho two big
unlvorslty formals and they expect to
got the advantage of thlB year's new
Ideas In tho musical lino.
8 tarts at 8:30.
Tho dance will start sharply at
8:30, says Chairman Fordyce. "Even
if the only couple on tho floor," states
Mr. Fordyce, "Is the master of cere
monies and his partner, programs will
he glvon out at half after eight and
the dancing will begin as soon as tho
cords are filled. 4'loBlng promptly at
12, we desire to have plenty of time
for at least sixteen dances without
"Wo ore going to have a good sup
per, runner declares tho chairman.
"It-will be nothing cheap or poor. We
Intend to mnke tho senior prom this
year a formal function worthy of the
class giving It. Not only that, but
there is to he an absolute limit on
the nunihor admitted. Seventy-live
'tickets will be out for sale and thlB
number marks the limit. No more
tickets will bo Bold, and there will be
no crowd, nH has prevailed, at times In
"The floor of tho Lincoln annex will
be waxed for the dance. This an
nouncement should be given prom
inence, In view of tho departure be
ing made from the ordinary custom "
Tickets at $2.50.
Tickets for the prom will sell ' at"
$2.50, the same price as prevailed last
year. The pasteboards will bo on sale
at onco and It is hoped to have thorn
disposed of before tho Christmas vaca
tion begins. Tho committee are de
termined to'hdhere to tho limit of 75
nnd aro urging this as an Inducement
to an early purchase of tickets.
8. U. Hihbard is master of cere
monies of the dance, with tho follow
ing as momberB of the committee:
Messrs. Holllgan, 8wltzlor, BallOy, Ol
son, Wunder, Huffman, Aylesworth,
Clark, und Ehert; Misses Myatt.
MoyorB. and Bellattl.
Nebraska men at corn show.
Two Students Have Part in Contests
: Guorgo N. Lamb, curator at the uni
versity herbarium, and Fred W. Hof
Mann loft yesterday for Omaha to at
tend the national com show. Mr.
Lamb will aid in grass judging. This
requires considerable technical knowl
edge. Mr. Hot Mann will be 'ut the corn
show tho greater part of the time. He
has done some Interesting work In
plant hroedlng during tho last summer
and will exhibit his results at 'the
show. He will also read a paper be
fore the Plant Brooders' Association
on "Some Color Studies of Hereditary
:SOPHOMORE HOP 8ATURDAY.
8econd Affair of Class Will Be Held
at the Lincoln.
The sophomore class will gtvi its
annual hop at the Lincoln hotel Sat
urday evening. Walt's orchestra will
furnish tho music. W. M. McGowan Is
chairman and Ward Ruhendall master
of ceromonles. ,
This Is tho second dance to be given
by the sophomores this year, and will,
It Is believed, be a success In every
respect Although tho bad weather
thjs -oro jrart of tho week ha8 chilled
(he &u1e;of .fleets to,. a certain extent,
the committee aro working vigorously,
and as tho number of couples will be
limited, the committee expects to have
all of the tickets sold by the evening
of the dance,.
MICHIGAN MAN TALKED.
Professor Trueblood Spoke on Oratory
Professor Trueblood of the Univer
sity of Michigan talked yesterday at
4 p. m. to tho Intercollegiate debating
squad, the public speoklng and other
interested classes on "Oratory."- Pro
fessor Truoblood has been head of the
oratory and debating department at
Michigan for the past twenty-five
years. Just now he is returning from
a trip around the world. The profeB
sor gave a very interesting address
and gave several valuable suggestions
to the debating squad.
THE IRISH AT THE FAIR.
Unique Feature of the Y. W
Fete on January 8.
One of tho most characteristic
booths on the "Streets of All Nations"
will be the Irish booth. The sham
rock will certainly be represented in
Four colleens, dressed In glaring
green, will play on Irish harps and
good music Is assured.
Baked praties and pork rrom tho
poor pig "that was kept in the par
lor" will be served for a nominal
charge, iyid aB a beverage there will
be glistening water from the lokeB of
POSITIONS OPEN IN CANAL ZONE.
Teachers Needed for Both White and
The university authorities have re
ceived a circular regarding the scarc
ity of teachers in tho Panama canal
zone. Good teachers are needed for
both the white and colored schools.
The circular describes the conditions
in the zone as to climate, health and
social opportunities as well aB describ
ing the schools ajid giving the quali
fications necessary. Salaries run from
$60 to $100 for the school year of nine
months. Rates, are, gly.qn, persons, who
take positions. Further information
in regard to the matter can be given
at tho registrar's ofllce.
PASSED RHODE8 EXAMINATIONS.
W. F. Rainey of Hastings College the
Only Successful Candidate.
William F. Rainey 'of Hastings Col
lego was the only one of tho dozen
who took the Rhodes scholarship ex
aminations last October who passed
the teBts. Announcement of Ralnoy's
success was received by the chancel
lor's ofllce yesterday.
Several university students, ns well
as representatives from Doane, Co.t
ner, and Grand Island, took tho tests.
The questions were on mathematics,
Latin. Greek, and other common
branches, they being pronounced of
Mr. Rainey must now satisfy the
Nebraska committee and also the
Rhodes trustees of his fitness as an
athlete and general character.
The old terniB applied to university
undergraduates, freshman, sopho
more, etc. are replaced at tho Uni
versity of Chicago by a technical divi
sion of the students, who aro known
as upper and lower seniors and upper
and lower Juniors. Tho distinct lino
usually drawn between tho, first and,
tho last years Is observed by the divi
sion of tho student governing body
into junior and sonlor councils, repre
sentatives to which aro elected In Feb
ruary of each year. In practice, there
fore, the students aro not designated
by classes but by the division to which
they, belong., "
Walter Sadllek, a student in tho
unlvorslty last year, but this year at
tending Highland Park qollege at Dos
Holnes, was visiting friends on the
campus, Mr. Sadllek Is editor of the
Highland Park paper, the Weekly
Highlander. He Btopped off- here on
returning from his Thanksgiving va
cation. He expects to come back to
Nebraska tor school next year.
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