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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TUB UNiVeRBITY OF NEBRASKA
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BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charged,
for nt the rate of 10 cents per Insertion
for every fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will Kindly be published free
Entered at the postolTlce at Llnooln,
NebraHku, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March "3.
Northwestern In the latest addition
to the list of the schools who have
adopted the policy of holding gradua
tion exorcises before examinations.
This plan has been in operation for
some time with satisfaction ut Colum
bia. The undergraduate not only gets
a great deal of pleasure out of gradu
ation week, but the thought or gradu
ating after most of your friends have
left is like leaving home with no one
to say ,gtlodjbye.
The Athletic Board proposition
serins to be alive yet, even though
tho present 'board have taken no ac-
cooperate with them In making ihti
book representative - of the .upper
classes instead of a few artists.
The following editorial from
Silver und Gold is interesting:
"It Is often held that In our nation'b
mad rush to be in the .load, she has
neglected many alThe most vital of
her Internal organs, the banking sys
tem for one example or the postal
department for unother. How much
of this statement is true we are not
prepared to discuss, but there is one
,slgnillcnnt fact which strongly pre
sents Itself to the observer. In spite
of Professor Munsterzherg's declara
tion that there Is not one first-class
teacher in American universities, our
Institutions of learning are rapidly
forging themselves to the front ranks
of world educators. Witness the ex
odus of Americans from Germany un
til today the number at Berlin is less
than one-half that of three years ago.
"Similar conditions prevail at Heidel
berg, Goettlngen, Jena and Leipslc,
while in our' own Columbia the foreign
students make up 1.27 per" cent of the
total -registrations,, ascompared with
1.5G per cent or six years ago. Wit
ness also titer movement which ar
ranged fori he Roosevelt lecturers at
the various German institutions and
whicli has now resulted in an invita
tion to President Sutler of Columbia
to lecture before the University of
Copenhagen. These facts considered,
and one must admit that they are,
American universities and American
educational methods are becoming a
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for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure silk
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all dealers or by mail.
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Milken of fwnttr Su$ptndtrt
ORDER YOUR PUNCH at FOLSOM'S
Also everything in tho way of cakes, pies,
candies and ices. Hot Chocolate with Whipped
Cream after tho show.
Phone us for Prices
Don't Read This
If you don't want good music. We
guarantee this orchestra toHbe" second
to none. Wo don't chargo two prices.
Try us. Ask for recommendations.
Q. F. THORNBURG, Director.
Violin Taught. Auto 5877
The fuculty at Washburn College
hv.t established a smoking parlor loi
the young men of t'no college. The
parlor Is to be situated below the
chapel auditorium, thereby furnishing
Budd may or may not believe in prohibition
but he does believe first last and always in
Budd's $250 Hats, Best on earth for the
money. WHYTAY MORE?
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
tion in the matter. With an athletic
field to be provided, it would seem
necessary to adopt some plan that
will enlist the support of all the stu
dents, Instead of a lew men who are
anxious enough for power to buy sea
Bon. tickets at the beginning of the
n...i.ii.i.i. , S
luuiuiiiuu mm woman sunrage
seem to he going hand ijv'nand all
over the country. At u number of the
colleges and universities clubs have
beeq. formed . on' both 'questions.
Whether there, is any significance in
the. slnuHa;ieouB Increase in popular
ity, of these, two movements is que
tlonabje, but that there is some con
nection Ik aMeast a convenient conclusion.
u place for the coljegians to go be
tween acts when a college piny or
glee club conpeft is being held.
Tho ctmimitlee in charge of the
Junipr Prom at Princeton requested
the "men not to give flowers to their
guetus. i ne request was- made in or
der that men of 'moderate means
should 'not be'pre'vented from attend
ing the dance, because of Incidental
expenses, of which the flower bill is a
vhn 'prbsp'ects of the Cornhusker
are getting brighter alj the time. A
d'zen' fine 'hair-tones' of the buildings
and 'departments were received this
morning and the most competent
, Celtics, pronounce them- excellent.,
"'jitire Jh stll).. room for -all the good,
compositions, thut the . students will
takp.alip tjmo J.o,..yrlto and It is tho,
houoftjje sfaff 'that every one will
Friday, April 3.
7:30 p. m Music Room, Temple.
Illustrated lecture (by request) on
"Picturesque Italy," by Professor
Barber. Admission free.
Engineering Society Hop.
Junior Informal Temple.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24..
Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
NEW POSTAL RULING.
By a recent order of the Postmaster
General, no daily newspaper is al
lowed to send copies to subscribers
who are three months or more in ar
rears. There are a few of the sub
scribers to the Daily Nebraskan who
are in arrears to that extent and un
less payment is made In th nnr fu
ture .the subscriptions will be stopped.
we trust mat tnis win not be neces
sary and that the circulation of this
.paper may not' need t be reduced by
the oversight of some of our friends.
If your subscription is unpaid, kindly
mall a money order or draft to the
manager as soon as convenient.
This order goes into effect April 15.
SaVe Friday evening for the En
gineering "Society Hop. Tickets lim
ited to eighty. Fraternity Hull, April
3rd, 8:30 p. m.
A burglar entered a student's room
at midnight and woke the occupant.
Drawing a revolver, he said: ,'lf you
stii, you are attdead mau.r I am hunt
lug fox inon.ej''jj "Let me' get upland
strike a" light," said the .'student, '"and
1'lJ hunt -with you.' Exchange.
llelp the Engineers - establish the
"Pollar Dance" in University circles,
frlday, April 3rd, 8:30 p. m., Frater
SpuMQlK's-. .-bHbalJ-.,MSrn(U tennis
goods at the Uni Book Store. '
Cet your track athletic goods at 340
North Eleventh street."
HERE'S A "SNAP!" An Al foun
tain l-en new, self-filling, 25 per cent
aiscount. , inquire at Nebraskan offlce.
Just received, th$ handsomest lot
of ladies' tan pumps and oxfords you
eer saw. Sanderson's.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum, corner 11th and O
Tho best place o eptjn-town Ib at
Dons; Cafe" 114-So. Eleventh street.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner.
iiur.teonth and O, under Famous.
Balls, bats, mlts. and masks at the
University Book Store.
120G p St. ..
Arlsto Barber Shop,
Swell spring tan oxfords, $3 to $6.
Sanderson's, ' . .
Dr. Hill, DentiBt, 233 So. Eleventh.'
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