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CJ Daily Ucbraskan.
JL eoBBoUAfttlon of
t XMTlaa, Vol. 81 The Nebnuk, TeL U,
Btrle4 fend Ormm, Tel. 4.
aHuteM If an(r
John D. Rto
. O. Bc&rcitxm,
O. JL. Bvwjtr
N,WI . - P. A. EwlnR
AtUattc - - ) W. Hoar
Literary - Dorothy Green
Recxwten D. P. De Young and Mable FoiWr
and Raymond H. McCaw.
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Ti Oato, Dox U, Station A, Llneoln.
gabeKtriptton Prlo, W pr jrr. In rdraaos.
PWrd at tho postoflloo at Llnoo'.a, Nabraska
aa aeeood-claM mall matters
A pleasant feature of the visit of tho
.Kansas debaters here, was the gen
ernl feeling of cordiality that prevailed.
Under such conditions alone can a de
hating conteBt he carried out to a sat
isfactory conclusion, without leaving
behind tho tinge pf some misunder
standing out of which bitterness is apt
to grow. When institutions come to
better understand each other they will
perceive, the necessity of cordiality and
hospitality being extended to visiting
teams' at all times and upon all occa
sions. Such a spirit has been inaug
urated here and we desire to sec It con
As to Uie debate itself, there are no
grounds of complaint. The contest was
well fought out, and all who were there
by their presence availed themsehes of
an opportunity seldom presented. We
may naturally feci proud because our
men won, as It is our duty to back up
our representatives upon all occasions
and rejoice at their triumphs. Hut at
the same time we can not be so remiss
as to overlook the splendid showing
made by the Kansas mrii, and tho cor
dial spirit they showed In reciproca
tion to the welcome extended to them
Altogether the contest was a most sat
isfactory one, and moie can not be
It is n fact recognized b- all cul
tured and most educated people that
there is no way In which a city can
show Its cast socially, or its rank as a
place of culture and refinement as by
its attitude toward music. As soon as
a city can maintain enthusiastically a
good orchestra it has shown its best
proof of where it stands financially. In
tellectually and otherwise.
Perhaps the two loudest cries in uni
erslty life are for college ppirlt and
making our university rank with thosa
of the east.
Neither the standard which a uni
versity maintains intellectually nor hur
position In athletics are the dedshe
test to her rank. The final test is her
interest in art. It is the function
which she puts before the public as
tho result of a serious aim to present
something higher than a mere passing
hour's play which make her east or
west in reputation. The Universlt
of Nebraska may. raise her standard
Intellectually; she may playr better
football than Yale or Harvard, but un
til she can say she has a Glee club as
one of her main . organizations and
ab6ve all, that her Glee club is sup
ported as enthusltlcally and interest
edly as In eastern universities, she
can not claim eastern college spirit or
rank with the east as an Institution of
culture as well as of Intellect or ath
letics, in all eastern universities the tF.eu
club, concert Js conBl'dered one of the
main events of the year, and it Is at
tended in this spirit of enthusiasm.
We in the west need to realize that
we live for more than bread alone and
to nko an active Interpst In thingu
which will lift us out of ourselves.
The Giro tlub concert will do more
to lift you out of yourself than any
other university diversion from the
every-day grind, and for just this rea
son does not belong In the same cate
gory with the usual entertainments of
University life. '
The Glee club -has worked hard to
make thisc-Oncert the result of their
best ejTorts. The lub has been under
the' direction of Mr Henry Games,
whose rank as an artist and superior
musician, and whose sterling qualities
as a man desre your lesprct and
Go to the concert Friday evening.
May (5, Olher theatre, and show your
college spirit. If you haven't any, go
for your individual good, and let your
presence show an appreciation of the
efforts of the boys and of the sincere
and untiring work of one who has done
much for music In Lincoln, Mr. Henry
Graduating Recital of Miss Vera
Upton in Memorial Hall.
This evening Miss Vera Upton, as
sisted by an octette of ladles' voices,
will render the following recital for
graduation, in Memorial hall:
Pur dicesti, o bocc a bella
1 otti lt)tT7-17
Am Meor Schubert
Scena and Aria "Softly sighs the
olce of evening." from "Der
Ic h licbo dich Grieg
Serenade Richard Strauss
Hay Making Alicia Nepdham
You and I Liza Lehmnnn
Waltz. Song from "Romeo and .Ju
Selections from "King Reno's
A Story adapted from Henrik Hcrtzs
lolanthe daughter of King Rene
Count of Provence, has been betrothed
In infancy to the son of the Count of
Vaudemont. Stricken with blindness
when but a year old. she has been
reared with all knowledge of the fac
ulty of sight withheld from her. A
leech or magician has promised to re
store her sight by means of an amulet
ho has uhen her, on condition that
she is first informed of themlssing
sense, but the king refuses permission.
Iolanthe's betrothed, wandering as i
Lioubadour, lights upon her abode in
a valley of Vaucluse. Without knowing
her for a territorial feud has kept
their lives apart the troubadour
knight is enthralled by her beauty. He
does not know that she Is blind, and
his words reveal to her the faculty
of which she has been kept In ignor
ance. He thus unwittingly aids the
magician's a,rt and lolanthe is restored
lolanthe Soprano Vera Upton
Marta Mezzo Soprano. Elma Marsland
Beatrice Contralto Anna Scheldt
Maude Younge, Lou Young, Maud
Cornell. Edith Roberts, Julia Mc
Cune. Nettie Workman.
Recitative "What magic In a mln-
strel's song must dwell" Marta'
Trio "Now amulet and spell"
...:. .lolanthe, Marta and Beatrice
Duet "Swept the Angelus Is ring
ing." Marta, Beatrice and Sextette
Recitative "Oh! What a dawn"..
Finale "Rene, the King,"
lolanthe and Octette
Glee Club concert May Cth, Oliver
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During J 904 several opportunities to go
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If you want to be kept posted regarding
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Through train service from any point
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Goneral Western Agon
Sold Only by Harley Drug Co 11th and O Street.
We have sold as many
high grade rackets as dur-
o ing the whole last reason.
,IusTcome and see why. We
have every grade from the lowest
price to'the best made. Our ex
perience in catering to the wants
of critical players has mude It
possible for us to buy the, best
in the market. This applies to
all outdoor athletics.
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Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4.00.
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