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VOL. XL NO. 80.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY FEB. 7, 1912.
Price 5 Cents
"MOONLIGHT" DANCE IS
MI8S EN8IQN ISSUES DEATH
WARRANT OF POPULAR
FRESHMAN COMMITTEE IS WARNED
Lack of Facilities for Properly Stag
ing Affair Chief Reason of
Tho "moonlight" danco at Univer
sity parties is a thing of fond mem
ory now, as Miss Allco Ensign has
Issued aa odlct barring this popular
pastimo. It iBn't tho "moonlight"
danco Itself at which her manifesto
Is aimed, but at tho facilities for
staging this form of dance. ShosayB
that in dances of this sort thero is
danger of not properly rogulatlng tho
lights. Tho transformation of alleged
mooplight Into complete darkness at
tho freshman law hop last Friday
furnlBhed tho prime reason for Miss
Tho freshman hop, which will bo
held next Friday at tho iLncoln will
not bo featured by two "moonlight"
dances as tho zealous committee In
charge of tho affair has advertised.
Tho committee has been warned to
dlsponso with this portion of their
Issues a Statement.
In a statement Issued yesterday
afternoon In regard to tho "moon
light" danco, Miss Ensign says:
"In dances of this sort thero is
danger of not properly rogulatlng tho
lights. Howovor, tho 'matter has not
boon taken up ofllclally except In ono
or two Instances and this was boforo
ono or two committees, ono of whlcn
had not planned for such a danco
and tho other which felt tho result
of tho action, but waB entirely will
ing to ellmlnato tho danco and thus
refrain from establishing a precedont
which might bring forth criticism to
tho school. Tho reason is that a
great many of tho hallB aro so ar
ranged that tho danco cannot bo put
on effectively because of arrange
ment of lights."
LIMITED HOP THE "LIMIT"
FRESHMAN LAWS, DESPITE ECON
OMY, REPORT DEFICIT OF $30.
Tho freshman hop, hold Saturday
night at tho Llncol, was truly a lim
ited dance. It was "limited to olghty
flvo" with a total of fifty couples In
attondanco. It was really tho first
limited danco In tho history of tho
University and pronounced by at
tendants to bo "the limit" in more
respects than tho ono.
Tho moonlight dance was not In It
with tho twilight variety which grad
ually dimmed 'itself until tho olevonth
and finally the twelfth hour was
reached. Water, a la hypo-chlorito,
was served in placo of tho usual
punch. In spite of this economy, tho
hop committee has announced a de
ficit of about $30.
For Lincoln Fair tonight and Wed
nesday; not much change In tempera
ture. Yesterday's temperature, max.
lmum, 36; minimum, 17.
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T O m T P T T J 1 J
CHANCELLOR TO AID.
At the behest of the Univer-
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cellor Avery has determined
to act as the head of a com- $
$ mittee to push a campaign for $
the upbuilding of the Dally
Nebraskan. He will caM to-
gether a number of the, lead- $
ing studonts in the various $
classes and confer with them $
in regard to the Institution of
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MABCELLUS jPERATED OPON
VER8ATILE 8TUDENT 18 SUFFER.
ING FROM AN ATTACK OF
THEY WANTED BEARDS
An unguarded query from Profes
sor Aylosworth In tho American Gov
ornmont class, yesterday morning
brought confusion to sovoral femlnlno
members of tho clasB. It so happens
that a Mr. Beard Is author of tho
toxt usod by tho class and Professor
AylOBworth inquired, "Now, all who
havon't Beard's and wish thorn hold
up their hands."
Sovoral of tho girls in tho class
signified their dcBlre, suddonly be
came aware of tho two-fold applica
tion of tho nucBtlon and confusedly
dropped their hands amid much
B. C. MarcellUB, 1910, and who at
present is a mombor of tho freshman
law class, was oporated upon Monday
for- appendicitis at tho Lincoln Sani
tarium. Though his caBo was a very
critical one, from last reports he was
doing nicely and will bo ablo to at
tond his classes in tho course of
Mr. Marcollus was first attacked by
tho dlscaso while soliciting member
ships for tho Grand Inland business
college this summer in Idaho. He was
at once taken to a hospital and thero
operated upon, but at that tlmo his
physical condition was such that tho
appondlx could not bo safoly romoved.
Marcollus 1b well known in tho Unl
vorslty as a debater and orator, be
sides being popular In dramatic cir
cles, having taken tho leading part In
tho senior play in 1910, as well as
that In several other University plays.
SENIORS TO MEET
DISCUSS PLANS FOR SENIOR
PLAY AT THURSDAY MEETING.
There will be an Important meeting
of tho Sonlor class Thursday morn
ing for tho purpose of Interesting
members of tho class In tho forth
coming tryuta for tho Sonlor play.
Tho committee has selected "A Mid
summer Night's Dream" for tho an
This play requires a largo cast and
will afford amplo opportunity for tho
class to display what material is Iwb.
Miss Howell of tho Elocution de
partment, who will coach tho play,
will speak at tho mcetlg Thursday
morning and give a brief summary of
tho play and Its characters.
FRATERNITY MEN PALLBEARERS.
Phi Delts to Have Charge of Hutchlns'
Tho funeral services of James War
ren Hutchlns, whoso doath Monday
after a six wqeks' illness of typhoid
fever came as a great shock to his
friends in tho university, will bo held
at Falls City at 2 o'clock Wednesday.
The Phi Delta Theta fraternity, of
which the young man was a member,
will have charge of tho funeral and
some twelve of his fraternity brothers
will leave this evening to attend tho
funeral and act as pallbearers.
PARENTS BECOMING WORRIED
CHANCELLOR'8 OFFICE ADVI8E8
STUDENTS TO WRITE HOME
Students, write your homo folks
soon and often.
This Is tho ad vice being given out
from tho chancellor's office. Several
letters from anxious parents have
been received within tho last fow
days, asking if certain studonts aro
In tho hospital or what may bo pro
venting them from writing home. In
ono case the student had oven been
sent a check for a month's allowance
and had failed to acknowledge It,
causing tho parent moro than ordin
Now that exams aro a thing of tho
past and things have roturned to tholr
regular routine again, it has been sug
gested that all students clear up any
doubt as to tholr health and happi
ness by writing home.
SENIORS TO DISCUSS PLAY
SPECIAL MEETING CALLED TO
AROU8E INTERE8T IN AN
An Important mooting of tho Senior
class will bo held Thursday morning
at 11:30 In Memorial hall. Miss
Howell, who Is to coach tho play, will
give a short talk. "A Midsummer
Night's Dream," tho play selected, af
fords an opportunity for a largo num
ber to take part and will render pos
sible a representative cast. Prof. Carl
Steckolburg will also glvo a short talk
on tho Incidental music.
All members of the Senior class
aro urged to attend this mooting, as
o tli or Important business will como
up for discussion. Tho date for tho
tryuts'VIH-bo announced Thursday.
Y. W. C. A. MEMBERS TO ELECT.
Balloting For Officers Will Contlnu
Until Thursday Noon.
An informal ballot for the elec
tion of tho officers of tho Young Wo
man's Christian association was
opened Tuesday noon, and will re
main open until Thursday noon.
It is hoed that overy mombor of
tho Y. W. C. A. will put In a sugges
tion for the officers to be elected. Tho
formal' election will bo held Tuesday,
February 13, at tho'r.egular Associa
tion meeting. Tho formal ballot will
bo open that afternoon shortly be
fore five o'clock. The officers to bo
elected aro president, 'vice president,
secretary and treasurer.
FRATS ARE PREPARING
FOR BJGIINNUAL MEET
MORE THAN TWENTY EVENT8
ARE INCLUDED IN THE
INTER-SORORITY RACE A FEATURE
Matinee Dance Will Follow Conclu
sion of Contest 8lngle Admis
sion for Both.
The big annual Intor-frat Indoor
moot will bo hold Saturday aftornoon,
boglnnlng promptly at 1:20 o'clock.
Over twonty events aro promisod
Including tho novel Idea of an intor
sorlty race. Almost every sorority
in tho ontlro school has announced
Its Intention of ontorlng a team.
Preparations aro being made to con
duct this contest in a manner suit
able for tho solemnity of tho occa
sion. A banner will bo given to tho
In the list of Individual ovonts aro
a 25-yard run, ropo climb, a fonco
vault, high jump, high kick, polo
vault, shot put, and a quarter mllo
potato race. Medals aro offered for
first and second places In theso
ovonts, in nddltlon to ribbons for
those finishing third and fourth.
Points aro given to tho fraternity's
credit whoso ropreBontatlvo wins tho
placo. Tho winner of tho moot will
bo tho fratornity socurlng tho most
points. Tho tug of war and relay
race count greatly In tho final re
sults, for thoy glvo tho winnor ton
points each, five going to tho second
placo team and throe to tho ono
Banners will bo given to tho win
ners of tho relay and tug of war. A
plaque now In possession of Dolta
Upsllon goes to tho winning fratorn
ity. Tho University band will play
during the entire meet. v
All of tho ' fratornltles havo boon
practicing for tho meet for somo
time and It Is likely that each house
will havo a representation In all of
tho events. Comment In regard to
tho probablewlnnor seems to bo
tinged with considerable uncertainty.
After tho meet a matlneo danco
will bo given in tho innor gymnasium.
Hagenslck's orchestra will bo pres
ent and tho music will commence at
2:45 o'clock. Admission of fifty
cents will bo charged, to include both
tho meet and danco.
COL. SMITH NOW IN LINCOLN.
He Expresses Disapproval of the Pres
ent Demerit System.
Col, A. S. Smith of the cadet regi
ment is taking his work in Lincoln
this semester, and will have chargo
of tho theoretical work of tho second
year men until It Is completed. Ho ex
pressed disapproval on his arrival of
tho demerit system In use at present,
and hopes he will not have to uso it.
Tho final examination In the theoreti
cal work will lo held February 13.
Thereafter the men will bo given an
opportunity to drill tho others and
test their own ability to command a
company in preparation for tho gov
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