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Tho Junior Promcnado of tho Class
of 1902 waB hold at tho Lincoln hotel
lost Friday evening. It was an ex
ceedingly pretty party with heautlful
dccoratlonB. Scarlet and cream was
draped from tho pillars in tho rotunda
and tho light in tho parlors was soft
ened by crimson shades. Ico was
Borved in tho ordinary from a table
beautifully decorated with scarlet rib
bon and crimson roses. "Walt's or
chestra furnished tho music. Tho
crowd was tho largest In tho history
of University parties. Tho chaperons
wore Chancellor and Mrs. Andrews.
Professor and Mrs. Barbour, Dr. and
Mrs. Fling, Professor and Mrs. Fossler,
Mrs. Shipman, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy.
Those present were: Dr. and Mrs.
Clements, Misses Johnson, Richards,
Jackson, Tultey, Louise Tukey, Hays,
Hargreaves, Emmons, Blanche Em
mons, Roblson, Macomber, Maud Ma
comber, Hunt, Mario Wiesner, Honey
well, Cobb, Daniels, Garten, Welch,
Funke, Outcalt, Howland, Hamilton,
Belle Hamilton, Woods, Griggs, Ham
mond, Anna Robinson, Heacock, An
drews, Houtz, Ratcliff, Dlmmlck, Post,
Douglas, Miller, McHenry, Burruss,
Bjss Burruss, Stewart, Sedgwick,
Auld, Bonnell, Cady, Loomls, Gould,
Shaw, Reese, Watklns, Bradt, Jenkins,
Thorpe, Hallle Post, Bennett, Mabel
Bennett, Louise Hargreaves, Jessie
Outcalt, Atfnew, Marshall, Atrinmm,
Spinney, Mandrid, Woodford, Hazlott,
Carson, Maynard, Cooley, Billings,
Putnam, and Misses Douglas, Wilkins,
Schwartz, Connell, Bartlett, Allen, of
Omaha; Sullivan of Kansas City,
Shedd of Ashland; Payne of Hastings;
Kenny of Blair. Messrs. McCreory,
Tukoy, Watkins, Rlcketts, Humphrey,
Longley, Martin, Smith, OHM, Roberts,
Peterson, Paterson, Wehn, Swartz,
Hanson, Stark, Snick, McKillip, Mus
aer, Holmes, Roth, Ustlck, Bartlett,
Cowglll, Seacrest, Fawell, Bliss, Les
ter, Funke, Barnes, A. K. Barnes,
Klmbal, Brown, Homnn, Mudgc, Clapp,
AdaniB, Mann, Woodruff, Culver, Mor
rison. Hoffnoll, Carnalmn, Cartnell,
Hedge, Lewis, Heuck, King, Anderson,
Andrews, Hayes, Shedd, Doweeso, Pow
ell, Crandall, Holt, Cuscaden, Hecker,
Sawyer, Welch, Sumner, Farnsworth,
Raymond, Isaac Raymond, Lau, Alex
Lau, Johnson, Pancoast, Andreson,
Everett, Wltmann, Matson, Baldwin,
Bunker, Garoutte, Folsom, Bunhu,
Augh, Erwln, Crelgh, of Omaha.
The members of tho committee wore
R. B. Adams, chairman; Guy Cowgill,
master of ceremonies; J. H. Boll,
Charles Abbott, Longley, Horn, Les
lie, Crandall, Culver, Matson, Swain,
A. K. Barnes, Anderson; Misses Wirt,
Hayes, Bonnell, Thomas, Gertrude
Macomber, and Reeves.
Delta Delta Delta will entertain on
February 14 at tho homo of Miss Auld.
Mr. and Mrs. James Manahan, Mlssca
Poynter, Mamie Miller, Maudo Hazlott,
Mackln, Cady, Daisy Bonnell, Winni
fred Bonnell, - Edna Gund, Koehlor,
Lummory, Davenport, Bertha Du Tell,
Leo Loomls, Fern Abbott, Florence
Roberts, -Afties, "prankish," Garnet Greer,
Sydney Murphy; Messrs. Peterson,
Stuhr, Horn, Ewart. Rainoy, Stratton,
Fitzgerald, Kees, VanBurke, Wehn,
Hawksworth, Landls, HanBon, Swartz,
Montgomery, Saxton, Shaw, Arends,
Finarty and W. H. Auld.
MONDAY CHAPEL EXERCISES.
Musical exercises under tho direc
tion of Mrs. Raymond wore-rendered
in chapel yestacday. .The first num
ber was "Roifiahza Marschner" ren
dered by Miss Ensign and Miss Elche
on tho cello and violin with Mrs. Ray
omnd at tho piano. Miss Reynolds
then gave one of her ever popular
songs which was greeted with ap
plause. Following the musical program, Dr.
Fling spoke on tho historical and po
litical aspects of the reign of Queen
Victoria. By way of introduction, he
said that all his remarks which were
not historically sound were to bo con
sidered as applying to political ques
tions. Dr. Fling said tho English gov
ernment was "A Democracy In realty
and a monarchy but In name." Con
tinuing he said Victoria did not rule
in England but came to the throne
when the democracy was a party. In
spite of her name, England and espe
cially her colonies have been more
democratic than tho United States.
Tho effect of the death of the Queen
upon tho monarcny will depend upon
tho ruler. He must keep out of poll
tics. Tho hereditary head of the En
glish government represents tho whole
pcoplo while the president of the
United States represents a party. The
United States government started de
centralized while the English govern
ment started centralized. Tho Unltpd
States tends to centralization and En
gland to decentralization.
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Miss Carson entertained Kappa
Alpha Thcta at tho Lincoln hotel last
Thursday afternoon. All enjoyed tho
impromptu music, recitation and story
Delta Delta Delta and Sigma Chi
enjoyed a masquerade on last Tuesday
evening given for thorn by MI.ss Eola
Mao Auld. Tho costumes represented
clowns, harlequins, Turks, country
boys and girls, Indians, llowor girls,
golf girls, and Japanese and Egyptian
girls. Red carnations, ferns, and'
smllax were used as decorations for
the rooms. After tho dancing a five
course supper was aervod by Mr. am!
Mrs. J. H. Auld and Misses Alice Auld
and Florence Roth. Tho guests were:
The arrangements for a debate with
Stanford have been progressing in a
most satisfactory manner. The debate
will bo held in Lincoln if a low rail
road rato can bo secured.
The bringing of three men from the
Pacific coast to Nebraska is a large
undertaking. The men from that in
stitution must bo willing to looso two
or three weeks from their school work.
It takes almost three days to make the
journey. After such a tiresome trip,
several days would bo necessary to
get Into trim for a debate. Tho ex
penses w(h bo between threo nnd four
hundred dollars, requiring an audi
once larger than has ever turned out tc
any former debate. However tho of
fleers of tho debating association be
lievo that a debato with such an instl
tution would attract almost as much
attention as tho interstate oratorical
contest two yeara ago. In that case,
tho contest would provo n good success
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