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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraska!
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THE UNIVBHSITY OP NEBRASKA,
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1010.
Tho black cat optaodo of tho girls'
moot In tho armory Inst yoar Wna re
versed at tho moot df yostorday whon
one of"tho Dlack Mask filrls was tied
and abductod by tho Sllvor Sortfont
co-ods. In' years to como wb may
havo a roal live "vondotta" at No-b'raBka.
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Kansas vs. Nebraska
thing If cultivated for ubo should any
inombor of' tho caBt bo unablo,
'.through Illness or absbneo from tho
unlvorslty, to partlclpato In tho pro
duction of tho play. Tho abBonco of
an undorstudy might croato consider
able trouble through tho absenco of a
character at tho olovonth hour.
But will a system of undorstudlos
run on a wholosalo plan answer tho
purpose? Aid will tho knowlodgo that
tho undorstudy may bo substituted for
tho regular charactor on tho cast bo
conduclvo to good fooling on tho part
of tho mombors of tho cast? Whllo
It Is truo that It might mako tho mom
bors of tho cast fool that tholr posi
tion on tho cast" dopondod on tholr
work at rohoarsals, yet tho possibility
ol bolng thrown out aftor having been
chosen at tho try-out will In all prob-
Tho nows that tho baseball team
will Iobo ono of its most promising
mon throws .a llttlo dab of gloom ovor
tho Nebraska basoball plcturo for tho
coming soaBon. Tho rosy cloudy nro
tinged with a 'touch of gray as tho
prospects of a winning team aro loss
onod by tho loss of a good man. But
thoro noyor was a sunBot so gray and
ability produco an opposlto offect. It
will tako'away tho stability of tho cast
bosldes producing much hard fooling.
No doubt an undorstudy should bo
had for ovory charactor on tho cast,
but tho cast should bo made porma
nont As a sido light wo might sug
gest that tho junior class tako notico.
A snag or two may bo avoided noxt
year. At least somo vaccilation may
M. P. Wallace, Exotor, Nob.
J. C. Rcs8ler
FroBhman Law Students . . .
Junior Law Students
Geo. C. Shodd, '00
R. D. Androson, '00
Dr. R. O. Clapp
Prof. H. W. Caldwoll
Prof. M. M. Fogg
Doan C. E. BoBBoy .........
Edw. A. BoBBoy, '06
ErnBt A. BesBoy, '90
Carl A. Bossoy, '97
Edith Hlgglns Bossoy, '01 . .
Tfc-W.1 Carpenter,1 Omaha frOO"
Tho womon's, clubs of tho stato of
MlBBOUri havo started a campaign to
arouso hotter support for tho Unlvor
Blty of Missouri. Thoy aim to lncroaso
Alpha Tau Omoga
A. L. Palmer
Ina E. GIttlngs . . .
E. R. Guthrlo ....
PI Beta Phi
Alpha Chi Omega '
Delta Delta Dolta
Prof. II. R. Smith, Stato Farm
MEN Big sale in my 1415
store this week.
WOMEN - High grade
sn.mnlfs tin stfiirs ovpr mv
store. $2.50-see? 1415 O St.
choorloBB but that a sunrlst bright nnd
choorfull followed somotlmo. Tho fact
"that Adams wa absent from tho unl
vorslty for a year may bar him from
playing on tho tonm, yet it sooms to
bo a moro technicality. That ho has
qualified to play yot, becauso of his
nbsonco, must bo clnBBOd as a now
student Is ono of tho absurdities which
ofton occur In tho best of rulOB gov
A QLEE CLUB.
Thoro aro many varieties of singing.
Thoro is grand opera singing, comic
opera singing, serenading and just
common singing. But dlstinot and
apart from all of those thoro 14 tho
glco club singing.
Perhaps thoro is no form of singing
which so gladdens tho heart of tho
studont as tho gleo club sipging. Tho
news that Nebraska Is to havo a gleo
club comes aB pn.o of tho most pleas
ant surprises of tho semester. As to
tho idea that music has power to
charm tho savago boast, wo will not
venture an opinion. But as to uni
versity students thoro is no student
so savago but that music has somo
charm for him.
Tho action of tho chancellor in
gaining tho co-operation of tho direc
tor of tho school of music in tho en
terprise of putting tho university gleo
club on its feet In another evidence
of tho fact that the gleo club is rec
ognized as an important factor in tho
university. All that remains Is to
"boost" a bit and tho Nebraska .club
will bo alive and full grown.
, THE 8ENtOR PLAY.
Pottering about 'midst a. hcan of
OTfVhttnorfMi nnrt nrlntnr'n Inlr. ran find
ftugost for&blten that tho war was
Btifl on, But yesterday Chairman
Yates announced that the senior play
cdmmitteo had decided to inaugurate
a system of understudies.
Yes. Understudies aro a good
tho Interest in higher education
throughout tho stato.
To tho Editor of tho Nobraskan:
Unllko moBt peoplo who wrlto to tho
newspapers, I havo no hesitation
about entering into a newspaper con
troversy. Thoroforo I must say that
your report of my sot-to with tho laws,
howovor intended, was somowhat
mixed as to its facts. I havo a very
vivid recollection of what occurrod,
as fpllows: After requesting those of
tho law studontB who wore seated on
tho east side of tho room to lift, in
stead of shove, their chairs for that
hour, I started for tho door. As r
reacned.lt, several laws Smllted loud
yawps and5 horso-laugns. I delost any
ono who Has the cohrago of his con
victions only when his ldontily is iost
in tho crowd; and I promptly yoturriod
and invited any ono of tho horse;
laughers to stand up as an Individual
and bo counted. No ono stood up;'
and no ono "laughed" this time or, i
ho did, It was not until aftor I loft tho
room. Sly request was a perfectly rea
sonable one; the response of several
of tho laws wis cowardly rowdyism.
My becoming "angry" of course I re
gret but whllo "angry'' I said nothing
for which I am not willing to bo held
responsible now that my temper is re
stored. O. E. PBRSINGER.
JACK BE8T FUND.
Goorgo Holmes .$ 10.00
L- B. Cottle, Edgar, Nob . . 1.00
V. K. Geer , B0
"Stick" DoPulron , , , . ,25
Charles Kobalter .25
O. A. Green . . , , . i.00
H. A. Tukoy,, Omaha ........ 10.00
Matt JCobator ... ..'... ,150
Bert Brtrbor ',;., '.50
W. F. Votaw .'..'. 1.00
All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and 12th Streets
ARIHUR L. WEATHfiRLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m.
All students are cordially Invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, Feb. 27, Sermon Subject: "The Relation of VVisdom
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
Dlscusion of the series of sermons on "Action. '
The Student's Liberal Religous Union meefs In the Husic
Room of the Temple at 4 p m. Sunday. Mr. Weatherly will
continue a series of talks on important themes. His subject
will be "Prayer" Excutive Committee Miss Lois FossIeV,
Miss Mary Wheeler, and Robert Ashby.
NEVER KNOW it
you NEVER TRY
Whon you wnnt to Rot Cleaning nnd Premlng
dono by knnd and not by machinery bring
your clotboa to
JOE The Tailor
who 1b nlao n Specialist on altering and rofltt
ing your qlotLoa up-to-dato.
Special attention to Ladie'a
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
1, Tuesday Convocation. AddroBs.
Gov, A. C. Shallonborgor.
I, Tuesday, li,:30 d. m., Music Hall,
Temple Gloo Cluh-mecifl,
3, Thursday Convocation. Musical
1, Friday, 5 p. nu Convocation. Prof.
Grummann. "Efficiency In Educa
tion." 8, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. J. T.
Lees. "Tho Passion Play of Ober
10, Thursday Convocation. MUBlcal
II, Friday Vesper services. Memo
rial Hall. University ChoriiB.
11, Friday, 5 p. m, Special convoca
tion. Prof. H. W. Caldwoll.
12, Saturday Y. M. O. A. social.
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
12, Saturday, 8:30 p. to. Noii-com hop,
15, Tuosday Y. M. O. "A. social. ,
15, Tuesday Convocation, Prof. G. E3.
Coqdra. "Stale and National Con
servation." Illustrated. '
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
it . Just as tne great daily news
Tl papers and the means of rap
id communications that have
made them possible bind the
nation into one, compact, liv
ing whole so in the same
way the Nebraskan promotes
a University unityit brings
the various departments of
our great institution into
closer touch with each other
and develops in each individ
ual of the student body a
wholesome "Nebraska Spirit"
for the whole University.
The Daily Nebraskan
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
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SOOALS-Ffldays 8 to 12 P. M. CLASSES-Wed. and Sat. 8 to p. M.
Saturday Night Fancy Dancei and Social. University Night, University Orchestra.
New and fancy 'dances Saturdays. Carlyle, Two Step, Gaiety.
Cadet, Esprala Shottlclie Rye Walt, etc. Eight o'clock, pSi., share.
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