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Ce Daip Hebraskan
A connolldntlon of
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Vol. 19. Swirlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
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Help Get Even.
The track team from Colorudo con
tends for supremacy with Nebraska
UiIh uftcrnoon. Last full we Journe,-
Dramatic Club Play.
Next Wednesday evening In the Uni
versity Chapel, the Dramatic Club wl'l
present "The Shakespeare Water
Cure." This Is a burlesque comedy
In three acts, which will be preceded
by a short curtain raiser, entitled the
"Silent System." The play Is one of
extreme Interest and even Shakespeare
himself would admit that It places the
best of his comedies In the shade hi
regard to humor. We are pleased to
announce that wo will be able to assist
all the Shakespeare classes In points
of Interpretation. Much light will be
thrown upon the tme character of
both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
Hamlet adorers also will be given the
chance to see him In his true role as
lover arid will bo pleased to hear that
this time the fair Ophelia was rescued
from Insanity and an untimely death
by the gift of a new bonnet. The com
edy takes place at a summer resort
whore Shakespeare's ten greatest
heroes and heroines are brought to
gether. The Dramatic Club has taken
special pains In selecting the date In
order that our Shylock may give
Mansfield some points. "X."
The picnic called for last Saturday
for the Hawkeye Club was postponed
on account of the rain. It has been
decided to accept the invitation of
Professor and Mrs. I3runer and Mr.
and Mrs. Scofleld and meet at the
grove at their place for the picnic next
Saturday May 20. Rain will not
then interfere with an ejnoyable after
noon and evening. All Iowa students
arc earnestly requested to be present.
If It Is Impossible to get there at 3
o'clock it will be tothelr advantage
to be on hand by 5 : :t0 to enjoy the
good things prepared. This is the
last meeting of the Club this year.
High School Day Convocation.
A very largo crowd of students and
visitors attended convocation yester
day morning to hear the High School
Day program. On account of the tardi
ness of Chancellor Andrews Dean Des
sey gave a brief address of welcome
to tho high school visitors .inviting
them to make themselves at home and
avail themselves of the privilege of
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Chancellor remarked that while the
wealth of the great state of Nebras
ka was often measured In terms of
cattle, crops arid industry, the highert
wealth of the state lay In reality in the
joung people In the schools and col
leges. Chancellor Andrews said that
the University administration had
been criticized by the public press for
not "overhauling" the University, for
not "sitting on the lid" and putting a
stop to Sneak Day, class scraps and
other cherished Institutions of the Uni
versity. The Chancellor added that
while he had no Idea of following tho
advice of the press, he certainly would
not "sit on tho lid" on High School
The program closed with a selection
by the University Cadet Band.
Fresh home-made candles at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
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ed to the mountains and then, Journey
ed back, with a score to repay. The
baseball team has done its share to
ward evening up matters and this
afternoon tho track men will add tholr
share. It Is up to us to help them. In
a field meet there is un excellent op
portunity to help the contestants by
rooting. More that one weary miler
has been spurned on to a last desper
ate victorious effort by the sound of
his college cheer. More than one
vaulter has raised himself a little high
er and cleared the bar at a height at
tained only by the aid of a college
cheer ringing In his ears.
Lot's get out this afternoon and
loot. Colorado defeated on the tiaci;
will be another stop towards an even
inspecting tho grounds and buildings
of the University.
After a duet by tho popular singer,
Mr. Johnson and Miss Castor, Superin
tendent E. B. Sherman of Schuyler,
and Supt. E. L. Rouse, of Plattsmouth,
responded Informally to Dr. Bessey's
addresB of welcome. Principle Water
house of the Omaha High School was
then called upon for a few remarKS.
Mr. Waterhouse noted the large pro
portion of the Intellectual and athletic
talent furnished the University Uy the
Omaha High School. Eight Phi Beta
Kappas out of seventeen given this
year were awarded to former students
of tho Omaha High School.
Chancellor Andrews delivered the
closing address. After again welcom
ing the visitors to tho University the
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