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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ONLY FOUR MEN HAVE BEEN DEF
INITELY CHOSEN FOR GLEE
COMPETITION VERY KEEN
Another Tryout to Be Held Next Mon
day Night to Make Up Re
More than forty men tried out for
places in the Glee Club last Tuesday
evening, and after the keenest com
petition the Judges felt sure of only
four men. These are- Lloyd A.
Barnes, first bass; Dana Cole, first
bass; Merwin Swayne, flrBt tenor; and
William E. Aldrich, tenor.
Besides this number there were
twenty-one other men who were looked
upon favorably and are scheduled as
probabilities Robert Holland, M M
Curt.iw, Cloyd L. Stewart, -Robert Fht
ley, Frank Brown, Percy Spencer, Wal
ter Noelting, Josoph Aldrich, Arthur
Miller, Hiiro Brocker, James F For
maneck. Hex Bixby, James, E. Brit
tain. Clarence Mickel, Fred L. Bab
cock, Virgil E HaRRart, (jottilf Cast,
Howard Foe, Lester WestliuR, Louis
Waldman, Llewellyn Martin.
These men and any others who so
desire are asked to try out again next
Monday niRht, October 6, at 7:15, in
the Temple music hall. Regular prac
tice begins on the following Wednes
dav at the same time
CONTINENTAL SECRETARY TO
SPEAK AT Y. M. C. A. SUNDAY
Foreign Workers Will Present Very
Interesting Subjects to Univer
The City Young Men's Christian As
sociation is planning a meeting for
Sunday afternoon, October 5, that will
be of interest to University men as
well as the young men and citizens of
the community. Mr. Charles J. Ewald,
continental secretary of tho Y. M. C. A.
In South America, and his associate,
Mr. P. A. Conard, will be present and
speak of conditions In those countries
and of the work of the Young Men's
Christian Association. Mr. Ewald Is a
graduate of the University of Michigan
and previous to his work as a conti
nental secretary organized the work
among the students In Buenos Ayres,
where he instituted the first Y. M C.
A. to be organized in a South American
state university. Mr. Conard, a grad
uate; of the University of Illinois, was
for several years general secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. at Monte Video, where
on account of the striking success of
his work the government placed the
expenditure of its appropriation of $50,
000 for physical work under his direc
tion In the association.
The meeting will begin at 3:30 p. m.
in tho Oliver Theater, when the Four
Artists Company will give a musical
program of half an hour. Mr. Ewald
and Mr. Conard will speak at 4 o'clock.
Students will be cordially welcomed.
MEN'S FALL CLOTHES
There's a mighty interesting display of new fall
clothes for young men in this exclusive style shop
just now by far the finest we have ever shown.
Suits and overcoats at $15, $18, $20, $25, and up
to $40, and the prices will seem low when you have
seen the clothes.
One of the best selected stocks of men's furnish
ings to be found anywhere is here. Beautiful Man
hattan and Faultless shirts, Stetson, Mallory, and
Gordon hats. Take a little time and let us show you.
The Home of Good Clothes
1325 O Street
We Sell and Recommend
Km? Famous Shoes for Men. kJ
BYRNES SHOE COMPANY
1307 0 Street
Miss Charlotte Whedon
Announces the opening of her classes in aethetic
and ball-room dancing. Class in ball-room dancing
for University students on Saturday evenings from
eight till nine, commencing October 1 8th.
1 845 D Street -::- -::- Telephone B-1 287
In (tij?r lap
Pages From Past History
Union Meets Tonight.
v The Union Literary Society will pre
sent the following program Friday eve
ning, October 3, at 8 p. m.:
Vocal solo . Ethel Hanel
Summer Experiences .. ..Otto Wirslg
Reading . . Ethel Slxta
Summer Experiences . . Will Rockie
Rooms in modern home, close in,
one single, one large double front room
for Unl girls. 1439 S St.
Cause rush between the freshmen
and sophomores classes at Harvard
ends in bloody noses, swollen eyes,
and white faces.
The varsity football squad leaves for
Houlder, Colo., today.
As Caesar came, saw, and conquered,
m South Dakota came, saw, and were
( ouquered by Nebraska today by a
score of 23 to 0.
The University of Minnesota fresh
men win the class scrap with the sopho
mores in their annual battle.
Dr. Bessey declares he would be in
favor of moving the University. No
radical change will be made In the
library for two years. All departments
Four hundred uniformed University
students acted as a military guard and
escort to William II. Taft on his two-
hour visit to this city. Over one hun
dred men were pledged to fraternities,
and other names of mord than seventy
five co-eds were published as having
pledged to sororities today.
K. U. STUDENTS DANCE
TfLL CLOCK STRIKES ONE
Only on Saturday Night Must They
Close at Twelve.
Dancing at the University of Kansas
seems to be regulated only in regard
to time, and to participants. No Uni
versity dance may be given which is
thrown open to the general public.
Dances on Saturday night must close
at 12, all others at 1 o'clock; except
ing formal parties; and junior prom
and sophomore hop at the close of the
year. One of the rules reads: "Dur
ing a regular session of the University
no student or group of students may
give or attend a dance in Lawrence
which is thrown open to the public in
discriminately at a fixed price." Any
rule like this in UiIb school would force
Bullard's out of business. It seems
that as long as the dances are given
at tho proper time no other trouble
is experienced. Wonder what kind of
dances they do down tere? Next?
Thur., Frl., Sat., Oct. 2, 3, 4
With Eddie Cantor and George
Jesscl and a Company of
20 KLEVER KID KOMIKS 20
Fred Hamlll and Charlie Abate
FIDDLER & SHELTON
SHEPPARD &. GEORGE
Eddie Mack and Dot Williams
THUR., FRI., SAT. OCT. 2, 3, 4
THE TOONA INDIAN CO.
From the War Dance to Classic
MANUEL ALEXANDER &. CO.
In "The New Stenographer."
"A Proposal from the Sculptor"
Pathe's Weekly and Others
Three Shows Daily 3, 7, 9, P.M.
Matinee, all seats 10c; Nights 15
Showing Only Feature Films
Friday and Saturday
The Battle o, Ft. Laruue. 2 reels
Day of the Pony Express
Delta Sigma Delta Pledges.
Delta Sigma Delta, the professional
dental fraternity, announces the fol
lowing pledges: Frances Purney, Rush
vllle; Russel Philip, Omaha; Louis
Meier, Lincoln; Victor Coulter, Wy
more; A. C. Burton, Friend; Ralph
Alden, North Platte; E. E. Johnson,
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