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BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Edltor-In-chlof J. Carroll Knodo, '08
Assoclato Editor Clydo B. Elliott, 09
Managing Editor. 4 A. B. Long. 09
Athlotlcs....! Hugh W. Craig, '07
Qonornl News Stuart P. DobbB, '09
DAvinwq nnrtmdn Moore. '07
Convocation .... Laura Rhoados, '08
Aost. Con. New8i-oi Sidney Q. Evans, '00
DepartmDai....jaan u. nunc, -us
H. L. .Wilson, '09 ,
auy Montgomery, '09
A. O. Schrolbor. '07
Aloxander "3. Dunl&b, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
Busln'cM Manager. . . Bynti,B.;rfQdjr!!g
Anslntant Manager.... r.i.Qay Haxay, 08
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under tho Act of Congress or March 8,
It is understood that attacks are be
ing made upon tho Nebraskan from
certain quarters for advertising such
places as vaudeville theaters nnd pool
rooms. Godd! It Is n relief to know
some peopte are awake to tho kind of
'influence emanating from such resorts.
As for the paper,- its only excuse can
be that It "needs money."
It looks as if anybody would have
Ideas of culture strong enough to keep
him away from a public pool room,
yet there are a good many University
students who patronlzo such a place
there to spend n considerable amount
of time and money. One look at tho
We're Able to Furnish Any Kind of
SPECTACLE or EYEGLASS
EYES EXAMINED FREE by our own particular method.
No drugs used. No detention from business. Every pair
Broken Lensos quickly matched. Repairs promptly
HALLETT, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, 1143 0 ST,
general run of pool room society ought
to be enough to give any University
student decided opinions about it.
But there is another practice among
students which because of its wide
following is oven worse than tho ono
just referred to. That is tho practice
of making n round of all tho cheap
shows every week,
There 1b, perhaps, nothing that can
bo -labelled "bad" about them, but they
are so everlasting cheap .that to be
seen as -a spectator at one of them
ought to give a student, who Is sup
posed to haye some ideas 'Of what re
fined things nre, a feeling of his small
ness hte would not get oyer in a month.
A juggler comes upon. the. stage, does
a few 'remarkable "sttlnts," receives
grent applause from the street urchins
down In front and retires. Then a
couple VJf characters representing some
old Uncle Josh and tho witty servant
girl, dnnde a few Jigs of the sort that
are especially artistic, you know,
'cause somo of the delighted spectators
laugh until the tears flow, then go out.
Perhaps, there follows some very melo
dramatic semi-tragedy of the streets
where tho newsUby plays hero, saves
the family from starvation nnd does
the Impossible funny thing of pouring
half a sack of salt Into the baby's
soup! Tho pathos and the humor of
such productions are always character
ized by n vast deal of refinement, of
course. And tho performances, are
such as would naturally delight the
trained and cultured tastes of a college
man or woman!
A Nebrasknn reporter once "mak
ing" one of these performances, was
startled at hearing the whisper in his
'ear during an intermission, "Say,
neighbor, What tlhi6 do the saloons
close In this town?" Yet those who
insist most vigorously on the "culture
side of tho University are the very
ones to enjoy most keenly, It would
seem these ton-cent, third-rate, coarse
Enthusiasm is running high. The
weathor prophet predicted only a
slight change on Monday, but ho was
a little behind the times. Tho ther
mometer in front of the Y. W. C. A.
rooms indicates over $100, as follows:
"Cream side, $60.
"Scarlet" side, ?55.
Following nre thenames of those on
tho "Scarlet" team: '
Beth Parkinson, captain; Helen
Huse, Ruth Raymond, Vinda Hudson,,
Laura Rhoades, Mary Brown, Eva
Casey, Mrs. Barkloy, Anna Rogers,
Elta Boose, Alice Agoe, Virginia Zlm
mer, Mary Bowlby, Ruth Bell, Helon
Redlngton, Viola Barnes, Carrie
Schultz. Nell Bratt, Nell Brldenbaugh,
Eyes Examined Frs.
Lindy Trueblood, Miss Clark, Laura
Owen, EIbIo Brugger, Mary Cook, Con
The names of thoso composing the
"Cream" side were published Satur
day: Hereafter at the University of Wis
consin tho financial management of
all athletics will be entirely in the
hands of the faculty, who- will be sub
ject to the control of the Board of
C. J. Frankforter, 1008, 'has accept
ed a position In the Chemistry de
partment of the University of Minne
sota Summer School.
Announcement' is madovof'tho mar
riage of. Mr. T. A. Williams to Miss
Sarah Bodleyat her home In Lincoln,
May 27. Both were former students
of tho University, Mr. Williams be
ing a member of the baseball team of
Sophomores report on the campus
today at 11 o'clock for baseball prac-H
Last night Delta Upsilon initiated
titiee new members, William Codding
ton, Joe Hull and lie race Cory.
Mrs. Guy E. Montgomery, ex-'lO, of
Shelton, is visiting with her sorority
sisters this week
Dean C. "E. Beosey gave an address
before tho Luther Academy at Wahoo
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
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 atct!hrls'
Bath House, corner 11th and P SU.T
seen those swell $4,00
Sanderson's; they are
Green's Barber Shops: The
ards, The Mogul. r All modern,
Best Why did tho Glee Club decorate
with our pennants from tho Unlvbr
slty Book Store?
Havo you made your spring decora
tions uso one of our pannants. The
University Book Store.
If you havo danco programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Voy's, 125 No. 12th St.
Students wanting profitable employ
ment during Bummer vacation call at
245 Windsor this week.
Miss A. E. Soukup.
Special attention given
1136 O St. Auto 4603.
There Is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1187
O St ,
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you can get a swell spring
sampler' at one-half price. Sander
son's. For Sale Tow sets English-American
En,cyclopedlnov of Law; first and
second editions; slightly used; bar
gain. Call and oxamlnato at 326 Nd.
International Correspondence Scheefs,
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