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TWO CANDIDATES OUT
IN FRESHMEN GLASS
ENQLI8H AND COFFEE ANNOUNCE
OTHER (LASS POLITICS ARE NORMAL
With Three Candidates in the Senior
Class, One in the Junior Class and
Three In the 8ophomore .Class,
Politics Begins to 8tlr.
The political pot continues to boil.
Tho fnct that, last week wns the time
for examinations and tho proper time
for tho consideration of things not po-,
.lltlcrtl was "overlooked. The political
situation In tho three upper classes of
tho university hnB been fully developed
for some timo, but no action had been
taken in tho first year clnss.
With tho rush of examination week
II. B. English of Lincoln announced
that he wns a candldateJor presiden
tial honors and launched b boom In
the freshman, class. English Is a
graduate of tho Lincoln high school
and distinguished himself during his,
first Bomestor In tho university by hie
work as altornate on the debating
team which met Iowa.
Another candidate also showed up
during tho latter part of examination
week In the freshman class. This was
H. B. Coffeo. Friends of Coffee can
vassed tho class for supporters, and
with tholr work as a basis ho an
nounced thatjio was a candidate for
presidential honors. Coffeo Is a fra
ternity man, having pledged - Alphn
Tau Omega last fall. His opponent,
English, Is a barb.
With tho announcement of these
candidates for olllcos In the freshman
class and tho candidates for ofllccB In
the three other classes the political
campaigns of the university are In
The Candidates. ,
In tho senior class three 'men have
political aspirations. W. A. Jones and
Jesse Clark announced that they were
candidates for the ofllce of claBs presi
dent shortly arter tho closo of tho
Christmas vacation. Shortly after
wards J. A. Scotnoy announced that ho
was also acandldate for flic same of
flco, and a three-cornered light was
started. All three men are prominent
In their cllfcss and aro We'll known.
Jones and Clark aro engineers and
Scotnoy Is a fourth-year man taking
. In the Junior class the campaign has
been very quiot. Only ono candidate
for presidential honors has appeared
hi tho Held and this Is E. H. Hahno.
No ono haw nn yni-nppflin-iy , rfllll"
-against him and the Held so far Up-
poars clear for his oloctlon. Rumors
have been-xjurrent f6r-thtPpaBrfew
days that ono of tho popular co-eds
of the class was considering tho mat
tor of Btartlng a campaign, but so far
this report has proved groundless.
In tho sophomore class the raca Is
alBo thrcc-fcornorod. It. W. Garrett of
Madison, It. M. Hawloy of Nebraska
City and E. B. Grlswold of Lincoln
have announced that they aro seeking
political honors In this class and" are
desirous of tho support of their class
mates, Garrett la registered In tho
arts and scionco college, while Hawloy
anil Grlswold nro mombers of the
JrcHhnmn law class. With theso men
working In their various classes and
tho .now candidates announced In the
freshman class political affairs of all
of tho classes have crystallized.
An investigation of what tho grad
uates of tho University of Illinois
nre doing has brought to light- tho
fact that eighty-four per cent are
doing tho work for which they re
William SIdls, tho elovon-year-old
prodigy at Harvard, has rocontly as
tounded tho mathematical society
with his knowledge of fojir dimen
sional bodies, Tho speaker took
about an hour and a half tos explain
to his audience tho technicalities of
Georgo Ado, alumnus and trustee of
Purduo University, haa' promised to-
wrlto a play for tho Harlequjn Dra
matic CluC for presentation tills year,
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