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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
THE DIIY NEBRASKAIN
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THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRASKA.
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Editor-in-Chief . . Rom Kino, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fenlon, '08
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Manager Qeorgo M. Wallace, '10
Circulator W. A. Jones, 10
Assistant Circulator L. J. Weaver, '10
EdItor-ln-Chlef .'. 2 to 4 p. m.
Manager to '0 a. m.
for tho work done. The club haa
boon ceasoloBsly at work all winter
and it is now in shape to give a con
cert that promises to eclipse all past
rocords. A deficit, the result of mis
management a couple of years p.go,
still hangs over tho club finances. This
the boys Intend to raise by their homo
concert Today, in this effort they de
serve your support.
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Entered at tho poatofTlco at Llnooln,
Nebraska, as sooond-claBS mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
The world may move slowly, but
give us the present in preference to
the good old days when civilization
was "nearly up to what it is now."
Tho Glee Club Home Concert is not
a philanthropic venture, either on tho
part of tho club or on the part of those
who attend. The club needs material
resources to meet the financial obli
gations incurred in this and past years.
It cannot afford to be philanthropic.
But neither does the club exact phil
anthropy from its patrons. The pro
grams rondered will be well worth the
money. They are entertainments
which rank with the best which are to
be had in me country. They are the
productions of talent pIub hard work
and are worth tho attendance of any
one who is in' search of a high class
entertainment, tor this reason, if for
no other, the Glee Club Home Concert
is deserving of YOUR attendance.
Chancellor Strong emphasized the
spirit of lawlessness among students.
He didn't specify, however. Perhaps
he referred to recent student esca
pades over tho country; he has had
more experience with such things than
has Nebraska. Perhaps he was think
nc nT th wnv ntnrtpntfl nro wont to
Jswlpe" books from the library. It
Is moro probable, judging from his
concluding remarks, that he thought
of the many opportunities that are
dally wasted to help others and in
cidentally to reap the great benefits
coming to the giver. Mr. Strong re
ferred to those "things that are left
undone." Think up some of them
and then do them.
This year's club has been hard at
work for a large part of the wintor.
The ambition of the club Is to pay
off all old debts as well as to settle
this year's obligations.
The advance seal sale for to-day's
concert Is Indicative of a crowded
house at both performances.
George Ireland In his whistling
specialties never fails to make a hit.
"Crlp'V Klmmel'8 original minstrel
vehicle, "Uncle Tom's Cabin," is an
uproarously funny, side-splitting farce.
Miss Adah Castor is a singer of
rare ability whose assistance the club
Is most fortunate in securing.
This year's club has seventeen
members, all of whom sang last year.
The club traveled over six thousand
miles last year.
Over $3,000 worth just re
ceived. You should have no
trouble finding what you want.
It is a line that we have been
proud of carrying. There are fine
lawns and linens. They are nice
in every detail. The buttons are
pearl or wash crochet and some
are blind buttoned. They include
beautiful lingerie style of simple,
effective design, and tailored
waists with stiff collars and
plain tucks. Prices in this line
run from $1.00 to $15.00.
Miller & Paine
Tan Oxfords, large variety to select
from. Rogers & Perkins, 1129 O St.
Only ten days more will we con
tinuetOsellbalanceof stock at cost,
after that time we expect our new
fixtures and stockbetter hurry.
HALLETT, Jeweler, 1143 0 Street
also made a great hit, receiving a
Essentially the entertainment had a
typical college tinge, but that was not
the most redeeming feature. Stand
ing on merit alone, it would rank high
with the best on the road.
Picked at Random.
"One of its most famous programs,"
"Club did Itself proud," "Concert the
best ever," "Delightfully surprised by
Its high grade of excellence," "Enthu
siastically received," "Captured -their
audience," "Uproariously funny."
What do you know about the other
fellow? Either on your own campus
or upon other campuses? There is
nothing that will contribute more to
college spirit than this knowledge.
The way to obtain It got into inter
collegiate contests, athletic and in
tellectual. Tlie University is to de
velop men and Cecil Rhodes was
nearly right In his theory that he
would rather have poor studentship
with strong bodies and broad sympa
thies than 100 per cent in the hands
of a weak,"self-centered grind. Col
lege life, to educate, must teach sym
pathy of understanding for the other
fellow, for tha is what makes men.
Tlie Qlee Club coricert this after
noon and evening deserves the support
of every student, There is probably
no other organization In school which
works as Hard1 and receives lestf credit
Crete, rteb., March 17. The Uni
versity Glee Club made a hit in Crete
last night at tho college auditorium
in a concert given under the auspices
of the city Y. M .C. A. A very large
crowd was Jn attendanjee and) the
boys were enthusiastically received
and many times encored. The, Glee
Club has appeared at Crete each sea
son for a number of years, but the
concert this ' year was better than
ever. A whistling solo by
George Ireland was vociferously en
cored. Of George Ireland.
Omaha Bee: "G. A. Ireland won
laurels with a whistling specialty."
Council Bluffs Nonpareil: "G. A.
Ireland, with his whistling specialty,
Friday, April 24.
5 p. m. Memorial Hall.
Special Convocation. Dr.
Russell of South Africa.
Friday, April 24.
11 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Glee Club mass meeting.
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
Thursday, April 23.
11 a. m. Dr. Clapp's Office;
Meeting of all who are interested 'in
Saturday, April 25.
8:00 p. m. Temple Theater. 1
Dramatic Club play.
Friday May 1
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
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We Want You
to know mote about our new men's furnishing's store
tilled with the very cream of the new things for men.
On Saturday we are going to sell all our elegant line
of $1.50 fancy vests at 85c, and on-fourth off on all
other grades. All the rich new patterns and newest models
0. A. FULK, 1325 0 St.
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