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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
GO IN THE HOLE.
freshman Hop Faljijtp Attract Dane
era and Creates Large Deficit.
Tho froahman hop was not a buc
oobb. In splto of tho fact that all
present had a good time, tho last olass
hop of tho year waB a financial failure-
and tho debt Incurred thoroby
liropilsoB to bo a burden upon tho first
yoar class. Tho fact that the class
was to glvo a dance on May C becamo
known, so late that It was not pos
alblo for men to socuro partners for
tho occasion. Ahd tho result Ib that
It failed to pay out, leaving a shortago L
of about $20 In tho treasury or tno
Chairman David Meeker and the
niomborB of his committee did their
best to Bell tickets, but thero was no
demand. Coming as It did Just be
tween tho very successful sophomore
hop and tho coming grand military
ball, tho dancers wore not attracted
by tho froahman function. About sev
onty couples only wore iproBent, but
they had plenty of room nnd nil re
ported that tho commltteo had pro
vided a good party, even thought It
was not well patronized. Konnfeth
Wherry was master of the ceremonies.
Students who have taken the me
chanlcaT" engineering1 course In wood
turning and who would bo willing to
miss a year in school, may secure po
sitions as manual training teachers
in grades and high schools.' Sec A. A.
Reed for further Information.
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