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MntmBlnir Editor A. E. Lonp,
Athletics Hugh W. Craig,
General News Paul O. Burt,
Review Gertrude Moore,
Convocation Laura Rhoados,
Asfllstaht Athlotlcfl. Miller S. Boncdlot,
ABBt. Oon. Nowb Sldnoy O. Evana,
Dcnartmoral....Earl R. Hunt, '08
II. L. Wilson, '09
Guy Montgomery, '09
A. O. Schrolbor, '07
Aloxandor J. Dunlap,
C. C. Hickman, '07
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Nebraska, as second-clasB mall matter
under thu Act or congress or March 3,
THE BA8EBALL TEAM.
In the hard-earned victories of tho
Nebraska baseball team at Cornell and
Minneapolis there is a cheering indica
tion that oastorn trip, which was bo-
gun a week agfrTwill not be so disas
trous as the crushing dofeats of the
earlier contests had led many to ex
pect it would be. At tho beginning of
tho season the listlesB and mediocre
playing of tho Cornhuskers made .pes
simists of their most ardent support
In tho gamoB with tho' Lincoln
leagueiH and tho Wesloyan nine tho
ontiro Nebraska team played like a
A slight defect may make
ance of things, but the unpleasant effect may be great.
uncorrected is a continual drain
snouia nave your eye aeiecis
bunch of 'high school boys and the Indi
cations pointed to an early disband
mont of tho Cornhusker organization.
Few students took any interest in the
nine at this time and places on tho
team left vacant by tho disqualification
of players wmt a bogging for men to
fill them. Tho victory over Missouri
made the prospects of tho Cornhusk
ers appear brighter. Some students,
however,, claimed the success of this
gamo was accidental, and could seo
only disaster ahead for tho Nebraska
baseball team. In tho initial games
of tho present trip the Cornhuskers
met defeat and tho prophecy of tho
pessimists seemed to have come .true,
v'"! the team suddenly took a brace
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and won two games. 'One of theso
victories was won from Minnesota by
tho score of 8 to 7.
In winning from Minnesota, and in
helping keep up Nebraska's reputa
tion of fighting hard against any
Qophor team, tho Cornhusker baseball
nine has won the right to havo the
present trip called a successful one.
If the Cornhuskers wero to lose every
game remaining on their schedule, the
victory over tho Gophers alono would
entitle them to much glory. Not every
Nebraska athletic team can defeat
Recent Additions to the University
Berenson, Bornhard Study and Crit
icism of Italian Art.
Bevler and Usher Homo Econom
Dexter, H. M. Tho England and
Holland of the Pilgrims.
Forbes, A. C. English Estate For
estry. Freeman, L. Italian Sculpture of
Gardiner, J. H. The Bible as Eng
' Hazel ton, J. H. Declaration of In
dependence; Its History.
Hobhouse, S. T. Morals in Evolu
tion. 2 vols.
Johnson, J. F. Money and Currency
in Relation to Industry.
Johnson, W. F. Four Centuries of
the Panama Canal.
KIrkbride and Sterrett Modern
Mackaye, James Economy of Hap
piness. Ormond, A. T. Concepts of Philoso
phy. Puis, Ettore Ancient Legents of
Pratt, J. B. Psychology of Relig
Reeve, S. A. Cost of Competition.
Sanday, William Criticism of the
Schoulor, James Americans of
Wendell, Barrett Liberty, Union
Werder, Karl Heart of Hamlet's
Woodruff, C. E. Effects of Tropical
Light on White Men.
but little change in the appear- $
on yojur nerve energy. You $
atienaea 10 at once.
OPTICIAN, 1134 0 ST.
Eyes Examined Free.
Program for Tuesday.
Miss Grace Hicks, of the University
School of Music, pupil of Miss Schuler,
will give a Piano forte recital for Grad
uation, Tuesday evening, May 14th in
Memorial Hall. Tho public is cordially
Raff Prelude and Fugue from Sulto
in E. minor. Op. 72.
Weber Sonata, D minor, Op. 49. Al
d'Albert Scherzo, Op. 16, No. 2.
Sindlng Nocturno, Op. 53, No. 2.
Coleridge-Taylor Valso from Afri
can Suite, Op. 35.
Dvorak Silhouette, Op. 8. No. 2.
Pirkhort Tarantella in Octaves.
Xavor Scharwenka Concerto, B flat
minor, Op. 32. Allegro patetico-Lhrga-mente-Allegro
International Correspondence Schools, J
Room ai, iao5 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Plooao explain, without further obligation on
my part, now I can qualify for a larger salary
and gain advancement to tho position boforo
which I havo marked X.
Architectural Draf la.
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Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Chapin 'Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Found A Senior pin. Call at Ne
Buy a pin, fob or spoon now at The
University Book Store.
The best place to eat in town is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Whv not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.T
Green's Barter ShopB: The Rich
ards, The Mogul. All modern. Best
Why did the Glee Club decorate
with our pennants from the Univer
sity Book Store?
Have you made your spring decora
tions use one of our pannanta. The
University Book Store.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to bo printed, go to Mc
Voy's, 125 No. 12th St.
Students wanting profitable employ
ment during summer vacation call at
245 Windsor this week.
Miss 'A. E. Soukup. Dressmaker.
Special attention given to students.
1136 O St. Auto 4603.
Lost A pair of eye-glasses, between
University and First M. E. church.
Return to 423 No. 13th. Reward.'
There Is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you can got a swell spring
sampler at one-half price. Sander
son's. Students make big money selling the
Scarborough late maps of Nebraska.
Exclusive territory and free instruc
tions given. Call for particulars on
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