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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN,
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Brenkfaot and Supper.
With tlio "May morning bveakfust"
and tho "Junior kid supper," May 5th,
ccilnlnly promises to be an eventful
day. Tho Junior "kid" supper Is to bo
a "big" food, but the May morning
breakfast will bo a "bigger" food. You
Juniors say that hucIi will not. bo pos
sible! The Y. V. C. A. girls Hay that
Hitch will be prinible, and they know
"For when girls will they will,
And you can depend on It, ' '
Hut when they, wont thoy Hlmply
And that's the end or It."
The May morning breakfast will "tie
hold in the parlors of St. Paul's church
from 7 to it a. m. Tho Junior "kid"
party at tho State Farm from 4 to 10
p. in. Thus by a simple mathematical
calculation there is found to be ap
proximately three miles and ten hours
between tho two times and places.
Hence there is no possible chance for
collision or earthquake.
There will be a Junior table at the
"breakfast," prepared expressly for
the Junior boys, and -smiling, winsome
Junior girls from the Domestic Science
school wTIf be on hand to appease the
voracious. appetites. And although It
Is some time yet before the event, yet
as tho boys anticipate its many pleas
ures their feelings find expression In
tho words "Oh, how I long to bo there."
But, best of all, with the' May morn
ing breakfast and the Junior "kid"
supper, coming -us It does on tho same
day, the boarding house hash will rest
undisturbed for a whole day.
Glee Club Trip.
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III.- 1-M'lJI limvtl VIIl.:i- 11IW lililllllUllll
Clubs left yesterday for a three' days'
trip. This is their last trip of the sea
son, and includes Kearney, Central
City and Fremont. Thero were thirty
men accompanying Director Gillespie
whon the train .pulled out of the
depot on Thursday morning. They
were as follows-; Caloy, Holland, Duer,
Mold, Williams, Parks, Crablll, Plumb,
Johnson, Stahl, Klmmel, Ed. Johnston,
Walker, Todd, George Johnson, Cobb,
Dorwart, Caughoy, Ireland, Burkey,
Sprague, Meyer, Motz, HIgglns, WoodaT
Post, Schmidt, Mills, Wilson and H. H.
Senior Baseball Team.
Tho Seniors are about to f?et busy
In tho. baseball line. Ray Dumtmt has
been appointed manager. Candidates
for .the team will meet Monday at
chapel time on the athletic JleJd to or
ganize and to elect a captain. The'
Seniors believe they can put together
a winning bunch. They declare It will
take a mighty lino "showing" to con
vince them that theirs Is not tho-best
classteam In the University. They
will doubtless make a good showing.
MYSTIC SHRINE CONVENTION.
Excursion to San .Francisco and Los
On April 25 to May 5, Inclusive, the
Union Pacific will-sell' round trip tick-.
ets to tho abovo points for $50, going
and returning direct. Portland and
Seattle may bo included at a cost of
$12.50 additional. Final return limit
July ul&t. Reservations are now bo
Ing made. Call at City Offlcc, J 014 O
street, for full information. '
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen. Agent.
A. H. Lundin will tell the follows
about his trip to LakoGenova at the
committeemen's dlnnor'ln tho dining
room of St. Paul's church tonight at
Townsend's renutntion for artistic
photography s' known throughout the
state. Studio, 226 South Eleventh St. I
Eat at the Unl. Music Gafo.
Talk to Ludwig about your clothes.
Printing George Bres.. 13th & N.
The Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St
Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 13th.'
Fine tea and coffee at University
Typewriting, J. W. Brewster, Rich
Wo have an assortment of over 50
NEW pennants at tho Unl. Book Store.
Fine tea and coffee at University
Best 10 and 15 cent mcatB In the city.
Come in and have lunch at the Unl
Don 5ameron'B new lunch counter;
quick service. 119 So. 12th St.
Have you seen tho new effects pro
duced in photography by Townsend-
Come In and havo lunch at tho Unl
Union Shining Parlor Shine, Ave
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St.
Forbes Stables, livery, cab'and bag
gage, 1125 P St. Boll 550, Auto 1550.
Remember the Union Pallad'an
party at the State Farm Friday even
ing, May 4th
A picture of a group is one thing
and a group portrait another. Town
send makes the latter. Studio, 22G
South Eleventh street.
Freshmen who havo ordered caps
must get them this week or they will
Time to bo thinking nnout pennants.
You will bo pleased with ours at tho
Unl. Book Store.
Carbon etchings by Townsend are
portraits that speak fqr themselves.
Studio, 226 South Elevorith street.
Just received, a big shipment offino
"Old Plymouth" linen -writing paper.
Best quality on tho marnet, only 50c
per box at the Unl. Book Store.
Sophomore party committee meet In
Chem. Lecture room at 11 a. in., Tiies-.
day, May 1st. M. J. Hughes, Chair'
This is the season everybody situ
for portraits. Sec what Townsend Is
producing and make appointment for
your -sitting. 'Studio, 22G South 11th
Friday, April 27
1 Music Fay Hartley.
Reading Miss Patrick.
Rxtem'po Hr A. Brubaker.
Violin Music D. D. Gibson. ,
Reading F. A. Ptpal.
' Reading Nina Smith. - -
Ten Minutes J. H-Shorlock.
Reading D. B. Gilbert.
Vocal SoloH. G. Highland.
Pantomlnc Miudo Cooper
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THURSDAY, MAY 3.
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