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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1907)
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THE PUOPKllTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
fVBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 N. 14th St.
Edltor-ln-chlof J. Carroll Knodo,
AHHoclato Editor Clyde 13. Elliott,
Managing Editor A. E. Long,
Athletics Hugh W. Craig,
General News Paul O. Burt,
HovIowh Oortrudo Mooro,
Convocation Laura Rhoados,
Assistant AthlotlcH. Miller S. Bonodlct,
Asst. Gen. Nowb Sldnoy O. Evans,
Dcnartmriil Earl R. Hunt, 08
II. L. Wilson, '00
Guy Montgomery, '09
A. G. Schrolbor, '07
Alexander J. Dunlap,
C. C. Hickman, '07
BuHlneBB Manager Byron E. Yodor,
Assistant Manager Gay Hardy,
Circulator .....II. C. Robertson,
DAY Auto 1528. NIGHT 2365 and 4472
Editorial and Builneis Office:
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion
for every fifteen wordB or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bullotlnB
will glndly bo published frco.
Entered at the postofTlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
In the shuffle down '.it the capltol
recently, the University's plea for an
athletic field went unheeded. At pres
ent, there Is no prospect of obtaining
a suitable Hold for athletics and they
are, ns a consequence, In danger. Yet
nobody about the campus seems to
have become, the least disturbed over
It. Whether this Is u sign of more
forgot fulness or of Indifference Is hard
to say. If a proof of the latter, It Is
Umo the attitude changed.
Nebraska has enjoyed for several
years a reputntlon as a school well up
in nthlotlcH. This reputation, and
Statement of the 8econd Year In
The report of the Sophomore Social
Committee on the Informal Party held
In Memorial Hall, Saturday, April 27,
Tickets taken In 57
Paid admissions 51
Complimentary tickets 6
Tickets sold, but not taken In.. 2
Total tickets 59 57
Tickets sold at door $16.50
Tickets sold by Committee 10.00
Programs 2 . 75
Hack for chaperon 2.00
Malance on hand $ 5.25
P. W. CLANCY,
"Frat" Baseball Standings.
Played. Won. Lost.
Alpha Theta Chi.. 2 2 0 1000
Simg.i Chi 4 3 1 .750
Sigma Alpha 4 2 2 .500
Alpha Tan Epsllon 3 1 2 .333
Delta Tau Delta.. 3 0 3 0000
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Kappa Sigma 2 2 0 1000
Phi Delta Theta.. 110 1000
Heta Theta PI 2 1 1 .500
Delta Upsllon 2 1 1 .500
Phi Kappa Psl 3 12 .333
Phi Gamma Delta. 2 0 2 0000
Dean Winchester, '07, of the depart
ment of Geology stopped Wednesday
on his way to Kentucky. Mr. Winches
ter is working on a geological survey
of the Mississippi valley, where In
vestigations as to the waste of coal
are being made.
R E S U L TS T E L L
Wo claim to bo the best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and
are here to prove It. Our methods and machinery are the VERT
LATEST and our workmen the best that money can socure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading
er shrinking and guaranteo not to lnjuro them In any way. We also
olean gentlemen's olothlng of all kinds. Goods callod for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Bell 147 1820 N ntreot. Phone Auto 1298
Call or write for prioe list. Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
what is jnore, the results of the fea
turo giving this reputation can not be
sacrificed. When we lose our athletics
we lose much of our Individuality and
a vital part or tho school life. Tho
athletics bo vlowed only as an acces
sory, as it has been insisted they
should bo, they nevertheless, give a
tone to the college environment do
cldodly healthful. They infuse a spe
cial sort of energy and spirit into
things; they round out tho university
experience to something complete.
More Interest In the fate of athletics
at Nobraska ought to bo manifested.
No Immediate way out of the diffi
culty coming with tho loss of the ath
letic field has yet appeared, but if
the students and alumni once became
thoroly concerned a way might bo
found. Anything but indifference!
All former cadet officers who ex
pect to graduate at the coming com
mencement are requested to report to.
the Commandant beforo May 15.
University Union Program.
The following May day program
will be given by the Union Literary
Society this evening:
Piano Solo Mabel Fossler
Crowning the Queen of May Day.
Violin Solo Dell Gibson
May Day Poem Agnes Nickerson
Reading Ethel Tedd
Six Girls and Six 13oys
The Senior Pnlludinns will give a
one-act farce-comedy, "The Fortune
Teller,", 'tonight with the following
Mile. Lenormand (fortune teller)
School Girls: v
Martha Nellie Miller
Clara Helen Anderson
Ida Myrtle Kauffman,
Mr. John Ketridgo will give a vocal
solo, and the Misses Crawford and
Miller will render piano solos.
Special Priced Dress
Goods and Silks
36-inch, 85c Natural Habutal; for Friday and Saturday; at, per
1,200 yards of very desirable Fancy Dress Goods; all the spring
colorings; widths from 40 to 56 inches; regular prices, $1.25,
$1.35, $1.50, $1.65 and $1.75; these goods are placed on a table
with a card marked "As Advertised," special price, at per yd.. 98c
Skirt, Waist and Suit Lengths, special at 1-3 Off
On one table we have placed several pieces of 36 and 38-inch 50c
Dress Goods ; some Greens ; at, yard 34c
300 yards of 50c, 59c and 75c Green Shades; to close, at, per
They are practical for some purposes.
Panamas, Henriettas and Fine Serges in Green and Lavenders;
about 800 yards; all were $1.00 and up; special' price, per
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TWELFTH AND N STREET
New College Pins
Stick Pins, Collar Pins and Hat Pins and Fobs. Wesleyan Pins,
U. of N. Pins, Lincoln High School Pins. Quite a vari.ety of designs
and some in monograms. Come in and look them over. Prices,
25c and 50c.
New Swastika Pins
We just received a new shipment of Swastika Pins; Stick Pins,
Collar Pins and Hat Pins; these come in a variety of sizes and aro
worth 19c, 25c and 50c.
Souvenir Spoons for Graduation Gifts In Coffee Spoon size, 50c,
75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. In Tea Spoon size, 95c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. All of Our Souvenir Spoons are
Sterling Silver and the range of designs is quite extensive,
The "Senior Girl" Spoon represents a college girl on tho handle
and shows one of the university buildings In the bowl, another one
has a plain gold bowl. These come only at $2.25 and $3.00.
Millet & Paine
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UlfOETTI CHOCOLATES AT RfOOK
Gregory's Washed Goal $6.50
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