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It begins to look like the petition
of the law students didn't go very far
toward removing the dean. Most of
the signers are sorry that they were
ever persuaded into signing the peti
tion. Remember this next time.
The Cascade meeting, beginning im
mediately after graduation will un
doubtedly furnish the opportunity for
a goodly number of young fellows to
visit the mountains and get the bene
fit of some strong personalities all
in the same week. Why not send fifty
men from Nebraska? There Is some
thing in it for a man, wherever or
whatever he is in life.
that by the" middle of the Reason wo
may be represented by an experienced,
consistent, hardhitting team of base
Secretary Maine of the Y. M. C. A.
is instituting a Mother's day for May
2. On that day every man in the city
is expected to wear a white flower for
his mother. If it is possible he is ex
pected to visit her or at least to write
We ought to do something every day
in the year for mother, but thiB one
occasion should increase our devotion
to her and sweeten the greatest hu
ma love. Let every University man
remember the day. This will bo a
national institution some day for it
strikes a sympathetic chord in the
heart of every man, whatever he is.
Judge Beghtol has returned from
his duck hunt near David City. Whee
land also is back from his "home
voting" visit The absence of both
these judges caused the moot courts
to bo suspended last week. They will
open again Saturday with their usual
J. B. Ldwe's wife Is Beriously 111.
Glffln has returned from voting his
Stutzenegger Is again able to draw
cartoons Jin class. A touch of grip,
combined with a cold, nearly spoiled
The sheriff is already busy for Sat
urday's courts, and the freshmen have
begun to study at the state house.
A number of the Seniors were en
gaged at the polls In the recent city
election for the interests of the Civic
Judge Hastings returned the exami
nation papers in Equity I yesterday
morning. A few delinquent, but aB a
whole he was well satisfied.
ALTERATIONS NOW GOING ON
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will make it worth your while if we have
anything you want.
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Quite a noticeable leveling up is
going on about the campus and the
farm. It is reported that the regents
have given directions to improve what
campus we have and to fix driveways
and walks that are very much in need.
It would be nice to have a meeting
of the regents oftener.
Now that the date for Ivy Day is an
nounced nothing should interfere with
the attendance of every member of the
whole student, body. This is one of
the memorable occasions in this his
tory of the. school marking the begin
ning of a class day institution which
will bring pleasure to all future Ne
It seems strange that there are not
morenen out for baseball this year.
Now that the freshmen have been
thrown off the team it is almost killed.
What's the matter with the game? It
is second only to football in honor; it
is clean and strenuous and gives a
man a chance to take a good, trip,
something of which is a good thing
for -any. man in college. It is hoped
that some of the good material among
upperclassmen will get out again and
The teams representing Phi Delta
Theta and Phi Gammd Delta played
baseball yesterday afternoon. The
score was 10 to 5 In favor of the Phi
Delts. Batteries: Phi Delt, Halligan
and Owen,; Phi Gam, Hudson and
The standing of the teams at pres
ent is as follows:
Phi Delta Theta.... 2 2
Alpha Tau Omega.. 1
Slg. Alpha Epsllon.. 1
Delta Tau Delta.... 1
Beta Theta Pi 1
Sigma Chi 1
Phi Gamma Delta.. 1
Captain Walter Stiffen and eleven
University of Chicago football men
donned khaki uniforms the other day
and kicked a ball around Marshall
field for the first spring football prac
tice. Anderson, varsity center, report
ed, while Doughtery, the star freshman
half, was In the Hne-upat left half.
Rogers, the freshman captain, played
at quarter. Among the other men In
togs were Coombs, Donovan, Thayer,
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Friday, April 10.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Eastor recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
ing. Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B. Hop.
Friday, May 8.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
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Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O, under Famous.
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