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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
Cb Daily I2tbraskan
A consolidation of
Th Hesperian, Vol. CI, The Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Oream, Vol. 4.
Published dully." except Sunday and
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by the Hesperian Publish
Entered as second class matter,
March 14, 1006, at the Poet Offlce at
Lincoln, Neb., under the Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
Board of Dlroctor.
O. V. P. Stout. Laurence Fossler.
H. P. LoaTltt.
Dwlght Cramer. A. Q. Schrelbor.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation W. B. Btandoven
Telephone .-. Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Bubflorlptlon Price. 2 pet-year In advance
The next Ihsuu of The Nobrnskan
will he Thursday, April 19th. Tho
paper being BiiRpendcd during Spring
With I he election of tho now mem
bers to the honorary society of Phi
Beta Kappa another list of names go
upon tho rolls of this largo society.
This list addB to thoso who have
worked diligent! during their four
cars course, and to whom the re
ward has boon given. Wo all respect
tho persons more who labored for an
end and xwhen the end is reached aro
Tht-ro are many who aro always
willing to knoclKmore or Ichs upon
those who aecuie fcnch awards. Tho
claim in made that scholarship will
nbt take a peison through, life and se
curtNfor liim the highest awards any
life ciuivglve. But such wordB come
only frouKtho jealous mlnded;aiid
those who wish to throw discredit up
on a worthy ambklon and cause.
Phi Beta Kappatends to make an
education more broad, in nature and
keeps the students fronLspecializing
along the line which they hope to pur
sue in graduate work. It is too often
the caso that studonts commence
thnlp annnlnllvlrw In vinrsnu u'lion thnv
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arc in the high -school. Then they
have a tendency to continue this into
thoir collego course. But while the
P. B. K. requirements do not absolute
ly prohibit this, jet it causes a great
tendency in tho other direction. There
is a premium put upon the securing of
the best knowledge or any subject pur
. sued, and such, as 'a rule, makes
' We are not claiming that a Phi Beta
Kappa pin is necessary to make n'suc
ccsb in life, but such a course of trairf
ingwlll aid materially in making a
J mature and broad mjud.
Vacation for "Professors.
Six memlTers of the faculty, Messrs.
Ross, Richards, Clark, Willard, Votaw
and Clapp will leave tomorrow for
Wood Lake, Cherry county, to spend a
few days during vacation. They will
take shotguns and ammunition along
and we aro led to suspect that tho
ducks in that particular region will bo
at least somewhat alarmed. The re
sults of their research work will be
published in The Nobraskan after they
return and "show up."
There will be no meeting of the
men for tho formation of a gymnastic
association' this morning as was an
nounced yesterday. But the meeting
will bo held in Dr. Clapp's office some
time near the opening of school ,af(pr
Th.0 LlDjCpln Local Express, 1343 O St
(Continued from page l.)
ly conjecturablo and it is 'mentioned
for what it is worth.
Sixth In tho item called "cab hire
for chaperones" we find that the chair
man has asked credit for seevn (7)
dollars. Upon investigation we found
that the two chaperones were taken
in the same hack and that the cost of
tho samo was 3.50, instead of $7.00.
WJien asked to explain that discrep
ancy In tho report, the chairman Blated
that the remaining $3.50 was for the
cost of tho hack used by himself and
Mr. Kendall. The committee feels that
it cannot allow the bill to stand
charged up as it was and that if one
of tho hacks was used as stated by
the chairman the account should have
been so stated in the report.
Seventh The chairman has askeu
credit for thirty (30) dollars foi
music. The music was furnished b
Walt's Orchestra. Seven pieces were
engaged until 1 a. m. Tho regular
price lor the samo is twenty-eight (28)
dollars. Mr. Walt says that he cannot
swear positively In this particular case
becauso he has no records to prove it,
but that he believes that the amount
was twenty-eight (28) dollars, since
that Is the regular prlco and ho sees
no re.iBon why he Bhould charge the
chairman in question more than the
regular price. The chairman says that
the additional two dollars was clrarged
becauso a different organist had to be
secured that evening, or something of
the kind. He said he did not remem
ber Just how many pieces he had that
eevning and could not definitely ex
plain tho item.
Eighth In tho item headed "Print
ing" the chairman asks crodit for $4.
Upon Investigation we find that only
$1.50 was paid out for printing. When
asked to explain this item, tho chair
man statedNThat there was a mistake
made in tho date when tho first bath
of tickets wero prjuted and that he
was obliged to havtK them reprinted,
andthls was where Ihe extra cost
camo lhto make the Item- amount to
$4.00. OuVcommltteo then aBked him
if the mistnkesmade was made ly the
printer. He sakKJt was. It was then
pointed ou.t to hlmhat It was not cus
tomary for printers to charge extra
foivltems of this sort when the mis
take had been mado by the printers
themselves. Ho then admitted that h
was not charged extra for the print
ing, but that the additional amount
credited against printing in the report
was expended for postage, long dis
tance telephone, etc., and other Inci
dental expenses. If tho items charged
in the report were for postage and in
cidentals, the committee fails to see
why they were not chaigcdmp as such
in tho-repoit, Instead of being tacked
on to tho printing bill. .Further, why
did he state at first that the extra
amount was for printing and then ex
plain tho Ji3creparicy 'by inserting
fpostage, etc.? The commitieo fails to
see how It can credit him with $4.00
printing when only $1.50 has been ex
pended in that way.
Tho report was accepted by the
class. Mr. Edgerton presented an affi
davit stating that the gross proceeds
and expenditures as shownby the re-"
port was a truo ind accurate account.
Ho also oxplainod- that while some of
tho Items wore "not charged up accur
ately nor correctly, the sum total of
the report was correct.
Don't forget that May 5th Is the time
'qeL apart for tho May morning break
fast given by tho Y. W. C. A. Watch
tho papers pr further notices.' Don't
you- wish you had Bomo of "them"
BtT,awperrles raw-? y
BEAUTIFUL EASTER HATS
Scores of designs displayed for the first time. The favorito leg
horns, Milan braids, French chipB and Tuscans are here in largo num
bers, together with tho most 'ocont developments in tailored and
If you visit our French pattern room you will be shown Bomo of,
the most beautiful patterns hats you have ever seen. From the shape
of the foundation to tho last setting of flower or aigrette they show :i
variety of design and perfection that can only result when the de
signing and making aro in tho hands of one person.
Charming hats for Easter,
chips, Milan braids, pyoxylln
braids, Alice blue, gray, olive
green and black, trimmed with
flowers, foliage, quills, wings,
etc., $2.95 each.
New York pattern - hats,
French chips and Milan straws
in blue, pink, white, green, navy
and black; trimmed elaborate
ly with ribbons, chiffon, mallne,
flowers, foliage, etc.; a large
number of styfes from which to
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THE UNIVERSITY DINING ROOM
Is flourishing' under the new manage
ment. Most popular dining room in
the city for students. Give us a call.
H 1036 0 STREET
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BOTH PHONES. - J 044 O STREET
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Exclusive styles in high grade
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For.your spring vacation trip you H
should have a new suit case or travel- M
ing bag. M
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