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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910.
4 to holp UH foi'KCt
Such Immm knowlodtfc. n while."
. " THE IVY.
Tho last song is suny;. Tho
speeches tiro only niomoricH. Tho
ivy is pluntcd. Tho day is roiio.
Pottering ahout our puny little
all'airs hero on earth wo are oo
ensionally brought face to l'aee
with I he fact that there is some
thing outside of our own little
eirelo of selfish interests, a some
thing big enough to make us for
get at times even ourselves. It
pocin in a very impressive tnim
John M. ..Aloxandcr. made the'
presentation speech, and, acting
for tho class, presented to the
university two largo electric
lamps. The lamps are to be
placed on each side of the en
trance to the library. Each lamp
has four largo globes, which are
attached to a brass fixture.
A response to the presentation
speech was made by Chancellor
Avery. Ho told of tho other
gifts that had been given to the
university by graduating classes,
and Haid that the custom began
with his own class, that of 1892.
lie thanked tho class of 1910 on
behalf of the university for their
President Jones then planted
the ivy at the north side of the
library. It was a very impres
sive ceremony and was accompa
nied by a feature new to the cel
ebration of Ivy Day. Fifty senior
girls dressed in white and march
ing in double file bore a long
daisj' chain to the place where
the ivy was being planted.
After the plantilrg of the ivy,
these girls inarched to the May
pole and surrounded it. They
sat on the grass forming a circle
while the May pole dance was in
The May pole dance this year
was one of thojirettiost that has
ever been given. A number of
new figures were introduced, and
as the band played, the girls pre
sented a beautiful sight, march
ing round and round the brightly
Thci girls who took pari in the
dance' were: Edna Stevens, Jenn
et te Lawrence, Coral ic Meyer,
Ida Myatt, Bertha Neall, Lucia
A rends, Loom. Baker, Lois doss
ier. Margaret Wheeler, Tna Wil-
Ilaverhill. She wants to leave,
biit he persuades her to stay. The
rector lias fnllci in love with
Miss March. Max ToirEyeh ar
rives to visit the family. He had
.previously asked Miss Haverhill
to many him and was refused,
lie, however, has promised to
wait. Max is now in love with
Miss March and Is "in an awful
The rector leaves a note to
Dorothy, signed 'ST. II." AVhen
Max Ten Eych finds it he thinks
Juno Haverhill has changed her
mind. Ho finally decides he will
have to stand by his promise, but
when he moets June he finds out
his mistake. Then he succeeds
in making up with Dorothy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ford have dis
covered Robert making low; to
their maid, and are very much
shocked. However, matters are
explained and June stays over
as a guest. Mrs. Ford has called
her Ellen. Richard says another
Ellen is going to elope, this time
with him. The rector, who has
continually offered his assistance,
does so again as the final curtain
The setting was very good, un
der the circumstances. Paul Yates
deserves much credit as coach.
After the play there was a greot
rush for tho cars. Every one ex
pressed themselves has having en
joyed a very successful Ivy Day.
The adjustable Daddiim arranpemonr nnil Annn hnWnw
hold tho ball every time. Ro ch Mitts arc used by such star
catchers as Gibson, Schmidt, Moran, Kleinow, Dboin in fact
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The park board is now grading
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is a something which grips us
for a time, which givos us a
clearer vision of the way to live.
Some call it inspiration.
It eanie to us yesterday, a.s it
will come to succeeding genera
tions of students. We lifted our
heads a bit from the contempla
tion of what our own hands were
doing. We felt a tremor of
something like love for old Ne
braska travel through our sys
tem. Today wo go back, but
with a bigger, a better knowl
edge of wliat it is to live. The
ivy will grow.
RIOE GIVES THE
IVY DAY ORATION
Continued from Page 1
tuno has kept away from tho uni
versity. Let us so live and om
ploy the education which our gen
erous state has given us, that,
when tho shoulders now straight
shall becoino bent under tho
weight and care of years; when
the hair, now bright in youth,
shall be tinged with the gray of
winter's frost; when the step,
that is now elastic, shall falter
with age; we shall 'have been or
''service to the world, a credit to
ourselves, a source of pride and
gratification to our friends, rela
tives and parents, a patriotic cit
izen to the state, ,vand an" honor
to our university.
Planting of Ivy.
The class poem of tho class of
1910 was written and delivered
by Miss Jpuyo Hartley. The. title
of tho poem if? "A Song of Morn-
. ing." Miss Hartley delivenfd the
liams, Florence Hiddell, Ruth
Jakway, Caroline Osboru, Bashie
Tully, Nell Blodgctt and Winifred
EVENING PROGRAM A
Continued from Page 1
waiting the erotvd had given
yells and sung university songs.
The play, "The Elopement of
Ellen," pleased- the audience
very much, at least they gave
very eloso attention.
The actors gave one of the
most fi.uished performances in
university history, and their work,
was not in the least amateurish.
Fred McConncll, as the timid but
love-struck rector, was very
amusing. Mr. Marcollus was very
much at home hi tho part of
Robert Shepherd, and Mr. More
house and Miss Nagl woro excel
lent in their parts as engaged but
for a time uncertain. . Their
quarivl scone was ono of the fea
tures of the play. Miss Kevins
nujdc a favorable impression as.
June Haverhill. -C. h. Clark and
Miss Herbert as Mr. and Mrs.
Ford made ii happy couple and
helped the others along to hap
piness. The play opens with Mrs. Ford
in trouble because of the elope-:
ment of hor maid Ellen, She has
.just received a visitor in Dorothy
Marok. A new maid is securod,
Miss Haverhill, a student from
Welleslcy, avIio is studying eco
nomics, and who wants to get
the position for, "that reason. Rob
ert Shepherd, who is staying with
his sister, is in love with Miss;
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