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THE IDAILY NEBRA8KAN.
Cc Daily Ilebraskm
" A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. tl( The Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
-Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by the Hesperian Publish
i i. ."
, Entered as socond class matter,
March 14 1908, at-'tho Post Office at
Lincoln,' Nb., uridor tho Act of Con
gress, March 8, 1879.
Manager. .'. ,u Fred Naughton
Astt. Manager. ? W. E. Standeven
Edltor-ln-Chlef ...,.. R. A. Van Oradel
Assistant Editor Fred Ballard
Athletic Editor Harry 8Wan
B. F. Huso.
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programs.'' This, is an untruth,, for
tho master of coremonlos gave out no
programs before, tho march. It is ovi
dont that tho author of tho article wob
after cheap notoriety by writing false
hoods. . C. M. L,
Tho Academy beat the Sigma Alpha
in a base ball gamo last week.
Tho Girl's Basket Ball team had
pictures taken before they disbanded.
Ono is now hung on tho walls of tho
Subscrletlen Price, $1 per year la adranoe
Why is thoro no glrlB' tennis club
at tho Unlvorslty? Iowa's girls have
tholr tennis organization, as have the
daughters of Wisconsin, Minnesota
and many other western universities,
to say nothing of thoso in oaBtorn in
stitutions. Suroly Nebraska ought to
make as good a showing in this
branch of athlotics as hor sister in
stitutions. Or is it that the Nebraska
girl has not tho Inclination?
Tho numbor of Senior Annuals dis
posed of yosterday jirovos that the
Unlvorslty still has the spirit to sup
port tiny enterprise which merits sup
port. Thoro is no bettor judge of tho
real value of a thing than the student
body, nor is there any place whero
sham is more readily detected. Tho
prosont-traneactlon is a case of tho
Senior class delivering tho goodB and
Prof. ThoB. F. Davis will give an
illustrated lantern lecture on "Mex
ico" tonight beforo the engineering
Professor Robs delivered a very in
teresting lecture on "Tho Graduates
of Sin" nt Trinity church Monday
evening. It was well attended.
Quito a numbor of dur students took
advantage of tho "May Morning
Breakfast" to got a squaro meal and
they are unanimous in saying they
The last issue of the Academy News
is Just out The staff is certainly to
bo congratulated on tho high stand
ards maintained in tho management
of this paper. It is a paper of which
any school could bo Justly proud.
Tho moBt Important event last
week was tho celebration of tho an
nual "Skip Day" A fow of tho stu
dents took this opportunity of going
homo over Sunday, while tho majority
spent a pleasant day at Epworth
Park. The kidnapping of the teach
ers was not quite as general as. was
I, Ernest E. Sprague, do hereby an
nounce niyself as candidate for stu
dent member of tho Athletic Board of
All Cadets who have paid up- their subscrip
tion before May 27th will have their paper
delivered daily at camp. .
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price. Mr. Earl F. Denny, editor-in-chief,
and S. Don Skeen, business
manager of the Annual of '06, deservo
all tho praise lKattho otfcollence of
tholr book "will bring thorn. Tp the
other members of the staff who havo
workod so -valiantly mucn. crodlt must
be given, for all who, havo a hand in
such a commendable piece of- work
are deserving of much praiBo.
In an editorial of yesterday's .. edi
tion concerning Company B. hop, it
was stated that "a fow of the- '400'
who happened to 'stand in' with tho
mastor of ceremonies of the dance
had peen provided with programs, qp
that they were shared tho disagree
able task of lining up llko ordinary
mortals and taking their turn at tho
the Unlveralty of Nebraska, for the
ensuing term and further declare that
it is my intention to be in school for
ERNEST ,E. SPRAGUE.
May 8, 1906.
To Whom-1. May Concern: I, An
tqno Lott, a 'member of tho class of
1907, intending to be in tho Univer
sity tho coming year; hereby an
nounce myself as a candidate for stu
dent member on the Athletic Board
of tho University of "Nebraska. '
To Whom It May Concern: ' I,
Lloyd Denslow, a member of tho class
of 1907, Intending to bo in the Univer
sity the coming year, hereby announce
myself as a candidate for student
member on the Athletic Board of tho
University of Nebraska.
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