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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ANOTHER FRESHMAN OUT
QELLATLY A8K8 TO BE CONSID
ERED A CANDIDATE HAN
JERRY WARNER FORCED TO
TAKE JOB AS PRESIDENT OF
At the Oliver Tonight Sat, and Sat. Matinee
II. C. Gollatly of Lincoln, hau an
nounced hlmsolt aa tho Jlfth candidate
for tho froBhman presidential plum.
Elmer Hanson, tho first of tho Lin
coln men to ontor tho raco has do
elded to withdraw. Ho stood a good
show In tho mind of his supporters,
hut ho haB decided that ho haB no
tlmo to spend compalgnlng for an
ofllco ho dooB not want.
Tho llBt of candidates 1b now four.
Robert" Flnloy, tho first man to ontor,
1b still a contender. Robert McFar
laild and Guy Dorry aro also still run
ning and Gollatly Is tho now man.
Gollatly Ib a Dolta Tau Delta pledgo,
a graduato of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, high
Bohool, whoro ho played football four
years, baskotball two years and was
In track work ono year. Ho was on
tho high school annual and school
papor, and waB a member of tho do
At Poru, whoro ho attended Bchool
last year, ho waB quartor on the
FroBhman team. Ho 1b out for tho
first yoar toam at Nebraska.
With tho four candldatOB In tho
raco and tho oloctlon called for Tues
day, tho raco for tho Job Is getting
Interesting. Tho oloctlon promises,
to bo ono of tho moBt oxcltlng In
years, as nono of tho candidates havo
a woll organized machlno beljlnd
Candidates for Dramatic Club To Be
Aftor trying to withdraw from tho
list j)f nominees and declaring ho
didn't want the Job, Jerry Warner, the
Cornhuskor football hero and erst
while law student, waB handed the
offlco of president of the freshman
law claBB Thursday morning by a vote
of 49 to 22 on tho second ballot.
On tho first ballot, Dick Stout of
Lincoln received 21 votes, Joo Noono
of Omaha 23, and Warner 2C. Tho
two higher candidates were then vot
ed on a second tlmo and tho result
announced amid wild cheers for Jerry.
John Outright, who was elected
sophomore president a few minutes
later, was also nominated for tho
froshman law honor, but refused to
run. Aside from tho olectlon of pres
ident, no business was transacted.
GERTRUDE HALL DEDICATED
UNIVERSITY GIRLS ENTERTAIN IN
HONOR OF NEW CHAPERONE.
Tho Dramatic club has announced
definitely that tryouts will bo hold
Thursday evening, Octobor 2G, in the
Tho footlights will bo used and tho
stago mado aa realistic In every way
as posslblo, but it is loft to tho option
of oach contestant as to whether or
not a coBtumo and make-up Bhall bo
A portion of any play, anclont or
modern, can bo used In the tryout.
Howovor, a soloction from somo high
school play, in which tho contestant
has starred, la auggestod by Miss Alice
Howell, who la director of tho club.
Selections from Shakespeare, Clyde
Fitch, Bulwor Lytton, PInoro, Maeter
linck, Ibsen, Schlllor or any other good
author, will bo acceptable Many ex
cellent plays such as, ."Sho Stoops to
Conquer," "A School for Scandal,"
"Tho Llttlo Minister," "Tho Rurals."
"Tho Hunch-back," etc., etc., aro ob
tainable at either tho city or Univer
Each contestant will be given threo
minutes, in which to prove ability as
an actor. Those who try out In groups
will bo given a longer tlmo, but tho
numbor of aspirants for dramatic
nonore is largo ana mo umu irere
foro, la limited.
All who wish to try out must regis
ter next Tuesday or Thursday at 11
a. m. In XI 106,
Tho University girls of Gertrude
hall, and their chaperone, Mrs. Sarah
C. Outqalt, aro giving a reception Sat
urday evening at tho hall from 8 to 11.
This informal entertainment is to
bo tho first of a series of pleasant af
fairs to bo glvon "by tho girls from
tlmo to tlmo during the year.
Gortrudo hall was formerly known
as "Hays hall" or tho "Women's build
ing." It has lately undergone renova
tion and been mado a moro habitable
placo for tho considerable number of
University girls who stay there. Mrs.
Outcalt, a woman of culture and re
finement with a large circle of ac
quaintances In tho city, has been so
cured as chaperone.
WILL GIVE CREATION.
Mrs. Raymond and Chorus at Work
on Big Musical Production.
Beckmnn Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoo Repairing while you wait.
A very enthusiastic crowd of stu
dents aro rehearsing for tho presenta
tion of "Creation" before tho state
Christian Endeavor convention on the
28th of this month. Mrs. Raymond,
director of chorus work, believes she
has better material this year than for
Bovoral years past, and anticipates a
There aro still several vacancies to
bo filled, and all those wishing to join
should see Mrs. Raymond at once. One !
hour's credit is given. Boys aro ex
cused from drill twlco a .week If they
are enrolled In tho chorus.
' Officers of tho chorus for tho first
semester aro as follows: A. J. Col
bert, president; Merle Thomas, vice
president; Avilda Moore, secretary;
J. T. Swan, treasurer; 0. E. Taylor,
library chairman; R. H. Flnley, Bar
bara Osborne and Hlldegard Shoop,
librarians; J. R. Frackleton, Bergeant-at-arms.
"Johnny" Laird has moved from 127
No. 12th to Woods Barber Shop, 120G
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