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THE : HESPERIAN
Anion? tlic G-ieel.
The Kappa Siginas initiated Mr. Verne
Hedge into their fraternity Saturday night
Messrs. Clark, Streetor and Iinlor have been
initiated into the Alpha Thetu Olii fraternity.
Tlio Alpha Tau Omega fraternity gave a
reception to their numerous friends Friday
Phi Kappa Psi initiated Mr. Claud Reed,
Mr. C. W. Williams and Mr. Hart, Friday
Mrs. Prof. Sherman gave The Phi "Delta
Thotas a banquet Saturday night. There
wore twenty-one at table.
Tins Phi Delta Phi fraternity initiated C.
Hurt Cosgrovo, L. A. Rieketts and IT. E.
The Bjtas initiated Miss Grace Andr6vs of
1'iij'bury and Miss Lula AVcst of Nebraska
C.ty Saturday night.
Thu Sigma Xt fraternity, the new honor so
ciety of th j U.ilvjrsity, hold its first open
inciting in the chapel Thursday night. Prof.
C.ird, prjsidjnt of the chapter, made a short
a l.lrjss showing the purpose of such a socie
ty to encDiiragj scientific work and original
rjuaroh. Profess ir Barbour gave one of the
b jst lectures over given in the University along
siMontilie lines. It was illustratad with Ian
torn vi jVi. After th o lectures the society ad
jo inicd to Union hall witli a few invited
m unbors of the Phi Bjta Kappa. Those ini
tiitcd into Sigma Xi wore Miss Rosa Ronton,
C. L. S'.iear, Ronton Dales, W. D. Hunter,
A. Rss Hill, R. E. More and K. C. Randall.
R. E. Chandler and August Fost who had
been members in another institution were re
ceived. Mrs. A. Ross Hill and Mrs. Hiuman
wu'o also elected. The apple was made tho
emblem of tlu chapter. The roinaindjr of tho
evening was spent in a social way and eating
Tho Seniors, at their class meeting last Fri
day, decided upon a new feature in tho way
of class product ions. It will bo a book with
short sketches and portraits of the members
of the class. It will also be full of jokes and
bright illustrations. The class play was con
sidered and a committee appointed to work
up the matter.
Stevo J. Corey has left school to be gone
about three weeks to assist in a series of meet
ings at Waterloo religious meetings.
The football number of the Western College
Magazine is one that they can truly be proud
of. Nebraska has by far the best representa
tion in the book. Every lover of football
should have a number of this. For sale at
tho Co-op. 10c each.
At the meeting of the western football
league it was decided to lay the Kansas-Nebraska
controversy over for a while. The
schedule adopted for next year is as follows:
Mo. vs Neb. at Columbia. Mo. Oct. 24.
Mo. vs Iowa at Iowa City, Iowa, Nov. 5.
Kan. vs Iowa at Iowa City, Iowa, Oct. 20.
Kan vs Neb. at Lawrence, Kan. Nov. 5.
The Thanksgiving games will be played as
The secretary of the debating association
has just received a communication from tho
secretary of the Kansas debating association
informing him that a question for debate had
been selected and that they had more and hot
ter material this year than ever before. It is
the wish of a majority of those interested in
debating at Kansas University that tho late
football difficulty may not interfere with tho
intor-stato debate. Tho question to bo de
bated between Kansas and Nebraska next
May is Resolved, that tho members of the
President's cabinet should be given seats and
votes in Congress.
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