The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 14, 1897, Page 7, Image 7

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rurc 11 lcs i' & i a n
flinncellor Snow read the decision,
IVo judges decide for Kansas mid one
fur Nebraska." Nebraska sympathizers,
that means i lie debaters, were of 0011180
surprised. It is said that the partisan
niiiiK'iii'c ami even the Kansas students
wiv surprised. The Judges voting for
Kauris ;vro President Boyd of Oklaho
ma university and President McAfee of
l'ark College. Both are ex-preachers
and of course the louder the eagle screams
tin.1 better, so the Jayhawkers had every
thing coming their way. This and the
fuel that the two reverend gentlemen
were entertained by the Kansas faculty
may in a measure account for the result.
Frank Dexter, one of the most promi
nent lawyer of Kansas City, who voted
fr Nebraska said, that Nebraska clearly
i-.vellt'd 111 argument, logic and presen
tation. Apparently he could not under--tand
the decision of the divines.
Whether or not the decision was just
1 he undent body realizes that it will be
mui time before Nebraska will again
Ijuvh thro as able representatives as Guy
'kiwii, J. 1). Dennifcou and R. S.
The Glee Club Concert,
The University Glee Club assisted by
' butoniw mandolin orchestra of
uinuha, gave its fourth annual concert at
M.a,iHugla.t Wednesday night. The
m,T ftt'ly large and consisted
oLuiversity people. It is to be
ti. - at mo,'e ot' thse outside of
;llm'ityduluotatl0,l. The con-
lu with a selection by the or-
(Jf"ll?,lnfllil.gitful encore the
mo lHU"d" followed by a hu
mo next number was "Leg-the'L,7tliaclub-
Tllis election and
f Prof ?' BDth ure compositions
m Lowe then rendered a harp
1,0,1 ' very masterly way and re-
spondee! to an enthusiastie recall. Mr.
Keuagy then sang a baritone solo, "The
Three "Fishers." by Hullah. The first
part of the program closed with one of
the prettiest of the orchestra selections,
Love Song" composed by Mr. Sutor
ins, the leader of the orchestra. The
second part opened with Hearts and
Flowers" by the orchestra, followed by
'Hark The Trumpet,11 by the club. A
quartette consisting of Messrs. Ireland,
Davis, Keuagy, and Norton rendered
Dudley Buck's "In Absence1 in a very
pleasing manner. Mr. Ireland's whist
ling solo was very enthusiastically re
ceived and he hesitatingly responded to
an encore. When Kob Mauley arranges
a medley it is generally splendid, and
the next number was no exception. The
dismal discord at the end followed by
the announcement that "The Blow Al
most Killed Kimball,11 brought down
the house. A selection by the orchestra,
"Black America," closed the entertain
ment. The Glee Club is better this year
than ever before. Director Kimball has
labored long and faithfully to develop a
good organization, and to his efforts the
high standard of his work is largely due.
The members of the club have been very
faithful in attendance at rehearsals and
application to their work, and their ef
forts are suitably crowned by the success
which they have attained at their concerts
this year. The personnel of the club is
well known to every university student
and need not be given here. The man
agement was very fortunate in having
the assistance of the Sutorins orchestra.
It is one of the finest in the west and
added much to the success of the concert.
They play in excellent time and present
a splendid stage appearance. Mr. Su
torins, the leader, is deserving of much
praise for his efficient management and
directing of such a large organization.