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BETA THETA PI BANQUET
Beta Thota PI gave Its fourteenth
annual banquet last Saturday evening
at the Lincoln hotol. Previous to the
banquet Carl Dlorka was Initiated
and Albert Randall of Omaha was
Colonel Ames presided as toastmas
tor. The following responded: Sam
G. Musser, G. Montgomery, G. A. Ad
ams, Frank Rain; Dr. Harry Everett,'
Don J. Adams, H. J. McKilllp, G. L,
Those present: G. A. Adams, Green,
Anderson, Ames, Powers, Montgom
ery, Dr. Everett, Rnin, Wick, McKil
llp, Don Adams, Broady, Webster,
Marquette, Cox, Swan, C. Bell, G.
West, J. H. Bell, Roth, Holmes,
DIorks, Blackman, Norval, Buckstaff,
Price. Shick, E. West, Ricniuuu, Mus
ser, Rehlaender, Gillespie, Everett.
ALPHA TAU BANQUET
The Alpha Tau Omegas gave their
fifth annual banquet at the chapter
house Inst Sntur nav evening. The deco
rations were of smilax and tea roses.
Many alumni were present from over
The menu was:
Salted Almonds Sherry
Mock Turtle Consommo Imperial
Croquettes Cream Slaw
Pineapple Ice. Pommard
Roast Turkey Oyster Dressing
New Potatoes and Cream
Fruit Coffee St. Julian
J. O. Berkley acted as toastmaster,
calling for the following responses:
Ralph Hickok, "Our Fraternity at
John Kline, "My Girl Ann H.
Mr. Yule of Omaha,. "Illinois Gam
Sidney Mumau, "Our Backbone
Dr. Finley Helms, "Toothsome
Ray West, "Gitr.rn Theta's Past."
H. O. Hanna, "Hints on Political
Ralph Folsom, "The Goat."
Frederick Sutter, "A. T. O. at the
Linn Huntington. "Our Baby Boy."
The following were present: Vis
itors Prof. R. Hickok and Prof. J.
L. Kline of Wocslor. O.; Mr. Yule of
Omaha. Alumni F. F. Rodgers,
Minden; Ralph D. Conklin, Burr Lat
ta, Tekamah; Sidney Mumau, Hugh
Nunemakor. Tobias; David Hewitt,
Bellwood; Harlow Hewett. Fremonl;
R. L. Riggs, Omaha; Clinton Arnold,
Osceola; joe Fisher, Wahoo; Hugo
Shultz, Beatrice; Judge W. Ely, Alns
worth; J. C. Berkley. Schuyler; Sid
ney Robertson, Norfolk.
Local chapter Ralph Folsom, Ed
win Morrison, Fred Sutter, Frank
Berry, Harry Culver. Fred Schaufel
berger, Willard Hawley, Linn Hunting
ton, Leo Copcland, Paul Hunger, Ray
Steele, H. O. Hanna, Dr, J. Finley
Helms. Ray West, Victor Romlgh, Mr.
George Lacey, and W. W. Graves,
was served in the dining hall of the
domestic science daportmon't. After
partaking of the bounteous repast of
good things the guests spent the re
mainder of the evening in singing and
Thoso present were: Misses Bouton,
Fosslor, Parks, Montgomery, Hart
zoll, Stella Hartzell, Quaintanco,
Sparks, and Amos, and Messrs. White,
Hiltncr, Thatcher, Sims, Nikaldo,
Nelson, Vavra, Washburn, Rose, Buck
ley, Walker, Shlrrod, Strahorn, and
THE PAN HELLENIC
The Pan-Hellenic hop was held at
the Auditorium last Friday evening.
Over one hundred couples were pres
ent, greatly enjoying the last party of
the year. Fraternity pennants were
used in the decorations of the hall.
The committee on arrangements were
Mr. E. W. Seacrest, chairman; Mr. H.
H. Roberts, master of ceremonies;
Messrs. R. C. Pollard, W. H. King, W.
H. Edmiston, O. W. Everett, L. B.
Stuhr, F. M. Sanders, F. P. Manches
ter, II. T. Stark, E. W. Hoffnell, and
D. H. Homan.
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The Problem of Cosmology .
Abridged and Adapted from the German of Prederlch Paulsen
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DELIAN GIRLS ENTERTAIN
The Dellan girls entertained the
boys of that society at 1436 S street
on last Friday evening at their annual
"feed." Ths was the result of the
program contest In which the judges
decided that the boys could talk the
best, so the girls must cook and feed
them. Miss Susie Doane as toastmls
tress called upon the following:
"Delian Girls," Mr. Boomer.
"Dellan Boys," Miss Countryman.
"Congratulations," Miss Plllsbury.
"Beauty Versus Brains," Mr. Batie.
"Some Stand Betwixt Cove and
"Tenting on the Old Camp Ground,"
"Till We Meet Again," Miss Williams.
FAREWELL BANQUET TO DR.
nd assistants of the
gave an infor-
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Senior sneak day came Friday as
announced. All seniors were prohib
ited from attending classes, although
some evidently forgot this. A crowd
of seniors assembled at Miss An
thony's home, 1025 G street, and pre
ceded from there to Lincoln park. A
spread was prepared under the trees.
After lunch the class assembled and
adopted the class song. Then they
presented a mock opera In 'the thea
tre. Ae no juniors apeared to enter
tain them, the seniors lL.n started
back for town about four o'clock,
with their flag flying from the car.
Several seniors stayed with President
Swenson to guard the flag while the
others departed to their respective
SIGMA XI INITIATION
The honorary society of Sigma XI
held its annual initiation ceremony
Wednesday night The following
new members were Inducted into the
society: From the senior class, Adolph
Shane, A. B. Smith, E. G. Woodruff;
graduate school, Carrie A. Barbour,
G. G. Hedgcock, D. C. Hilton, Fred
Kuhlman, J. J. Thornber, F. E. Wat
son; from the faculty, F. E. Clements.
MINNESOTA NEXT 8ATURDAY.
The game with Minnesota will be
played next Saturday. Local baseball
enthusiasts look for a close contest
Minnesota beat Iowa and Notre Dame,
Nebraska beat Iowa and played a
close game with Notro Demo, no close
that the Notro Dame captain, after
having two pitchers knocked out of
the box, had to put in Fleet, their
star man, in order to save themselves
from defeat Among the seven lead
ing college teams of the northwest
Minnesota ranks about fourth this sea
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