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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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To Pay Off Debts
And Give Events
M ,i ting nt tin senior (lass ycs-
i iTiliiy ' whhh an number over tlio
luorun : twenty was collected and
lolainod only w Ith dMHculty, the inut
inr of d' barging the cIiihh dobt and
holding (I.MB flinctloilH ttHH dlSCUBHOd at
length The first business of tho moot
ing wan flic tlM tion of ( Iiish officers,
which roHultod, after n spoedy election,
tn thn choosing of MIbh LouIbo North
nip as . ico president and Frod Keith
Aftor i (llacuHHloii as to tho poBBlblo
method?? which the class might employ
to override tholr present restrictions,
two wore decided upon as permitted.
One wn.1 to pay off the outstanding
lnhlH hy hi nunnflRtiiftnt nnri tho other
waH the forming of a committoo to ns
sumo pergonal rosponBlblllty for dobts
to bo incurred. Mr Kavan. In a very
extended speoch, spoke of flvo claBB
departments In which monoy could bo
inado for the class which had hercto
loro oltlur been lost In many cases by
poor management or made to enure
to personal benefit The flvo depart
ments mentioned wore thoso of the
program, pin, hop, play, and prom, with
tlio posuibilitv of tho introduction of a
lass fair or carnival as a money
inakor. He then moved the appoint
ment oi an executive committoo of
nine .portions to take ontlro chargo of
.til departments and dovoto tho entire
pioceedu to class debts aftor pledging
personal leponsihillty for the flnan
i ial mi' -. ol each affair or transac
i ne fi iiiiou ol me molion as
voted wa halted by the motion which
was paused as preliminary thereto pro
viding that a commltteo of three bo
appointed to ascertain the rightB of
the clans as to whethor It could give
affairs this year without paying off for
mer debts by private methods involv
ing individual responsibility, or wheth
er tho past debts muHt necessarily be
paid off bcioie any committee in anv
Nay representing the seniors could give
.iffaira foi the class As the matters
now atand, luture action all dependB
upon the leMilts of the report of tho
ommittee of throe, consisting of Drls
t oil, Kaan and Hess, In ascertaining
the ability ot the class to proceed in
The clas.s treasurei was not elected,
it being a portion of Mr. Kavan's mo
tion that the treasurer of the executive
committee elected by that body from
among its members be likewise tho
class treasurei The following chair
men, were announced on interclaba com
mittees, the remainder of the commit
tees to be chosen by tho chairman
and president In private consultation:
Haskell, basketball, Racely, football;
gor, debate, and Gunther, athletics.
3Tn Albert Slinw wire fmTnoTiy-aFfUHU,l, vlv-ld-nnd vigorous-btyle, lie
uounced as commencement orator
ANNUAL Y. W. C. A. RECEPTION
TONIGHT AT GOVERNOR'S
The annual Y. W. C A reception
v ill bo held from 8 till 10 o'clock at
tlio governor's mansion. Invitations
have been sent to tho freshmen. Ever
University girl Is expected, however
phort musical program has been
planned. This is another opnortunitv
io find your place In University nffalrB.
'The Friday noon meeting will be In
charge of Marguerite Long
Our musical convocations this yeai
have been finer than ever and are bet
tei attended tnan last year, paiticu
ln 1 1 by the men Last week Mrs
Sloan, a former enthusiastic member
of the Univoislty chorus, gave a wry
fine song lecltal Mrs Sloan sang
with a simplicity of manner and sln
oiit of emotion that won the sym
patic of tho audience at once We
sincerely hope that she will sing at
convocation overy time she returns to
Lincoln. Today there was an Im
promptu program in place of the quar
tet which has been announced. May
we often have such impromptu pro
grams An encore was called for, the
iuaJorlt of the students refusing to
move fbi- H6hlo lima H Ih unite- evl
dont that the interest In good nui I" '
growing All of the members wore
enjoyed, but most paitirularly the An
dante from Mendelssohn's "Italian
Symphony" and Balh-Oounod's "Ave
Maria " Mrs Raymond waB at the
organ, Mra. Molzer and Miss Elrhe.
violin and viollnlello, and Lorotta
Spencer, piona Next weok tho string
quartet will play Carl Srhuberth's "My
Journey Through tho Kirgis Steppes,"
quartet op .17. Watdh tho Nebraskan
for detailed notlro Inter.
TICKET SALE PROMISING
FOR 8WIMMING CLA88 SOON
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All But Eight of Required Number
Have Signed Up Still Time
Swimming for coeds is a sure thing,
so says Miss Gittlngs Thus far thirty
seven tickets have been sold, and theie
Is no doubt that the required number
will be made up In another day. Thurs
day, October 30, Is the day set for the
Jonos" Orchestra. L-96GC.
The agricultural engineering depait
ment invites the attention of all per
sons Intel ested to a plowing demon
st i at ion which will be conducted on
the University Farm property on East
Vine street. The Rumley Gas Tractor
Company lias a new plow, which may
be seen in operation Friday and Satur
day of this week
Loob's Orchestra, L-9896 oi B-1392.
In "The High Road," which Mrs.
Flske is to bring to the Oliver this
ovenlng, theie Is said to be a back
ground of political and social problems
of tho moment, and a dramatic render
ing that is in Mr Edward Sheldon's
raises a live moral Issue, one that
'luring the successful Now York en
gagement of tho play last season
iroused more attention than any other
tage issue in years, and he treats It
along the lines which modem justice
is causing to bo more and moro unl
Tho Individual opportunities In the
"ole of Mary Page are said to bo
imong tho most comprehensive to
which Mrs. Fiske's art has been di
rected In a number of years.
C?r Alldrltt. dentist, 200 Ganter bldg.,
1240 O at. B-3905.
We Cater to Student Trade
Our Dining Room is Complete to Serve
you Anything in the Eatable Line. Open
after the Shows, Dances and Parties. We
make our own Ice Cream. Sherbets and
Lunches for Parties.
THE FOLSOM CAFE
1315-31 N St. :: Lincoln, Nebraska
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office'
Special Afternoon and Evening Classes
IN ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS
at hours to suit University students. We enroll many
University students each year. You aie invited to
1 visit the school and get particulars.
NEBRASKA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The Business School Training School
with the University Atmosphere
Cor. 14th and 0 Sts. :: :: :: Electric Building
PRIVATE coaching in Germany, jclen
tide German; appointments to suit
Box 1403. Station A. 8-21-3t
LOST -Fountain pen on athletic Held
Monday, Oct. 20 Return to Rag
olllco. 10-22 6t
LOST Check book, near mechanics
arts bldg., Saturday. Return to Rag
LOST At Olympics, a tootball head
gear, skull nnd croBBbonoB on car
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LOST- At Olympics, a red sweater .'iid
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LOST A pink bead bag containing a
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strictly modern house, and also a
'linked number of boarders. 511 No.
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Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th
HOARDING Two blocks east or Uni
veisity ; regular $i board at "club
late of $3.50 if you will call Will C
Dahnke, phone L-4503, between 7 nnd
10 p in
SOMETHING STARTLING Olympic
plctuies on sale at the "Rag" ofllce,
between 10 and 12 a m and 1 to 3
p in today and Saturday ; price of
pictures, unmounted, only 25c. B-3050.
THE person who borrowed ralncout
from M. A. 100 might leturn It to
"Rag" ofllce and receive reward.
LOST Boston bull teirier, white neck
and face; lost noticed In chemical
laboratory ; answers to name "Steve "
Notify Daily Nebraskan ofllce, reward
LOST -Nebraska seal pin; call L4151
on campus Can be reclaimed, It
identified, by calling L-!7(7.
LOST- Ring of six keys, 2 largo, 4
small. Notify Rag olllce or 1228 S
LOST Gold watch, In Armory Thurs
day night. Waltham movement,
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ROOMS at 1436 S st. from $4 up;
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