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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1908)
THE DAILY NEDRABKAN
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$ THE GREAT KEtTER
. v Great Novelty Bounding Wire Act
JOHN J. WILDE
A Real Novelty
German Musical Comedian
BERNICE HOWARD & CO.
GILROYi HAYNE8 & MONTGOMERY
In the Nautical Burletta
"THE GOOD CHIP NANCY LEE"
8towaway Chas. Gllroy
Captain Nausea Maurice Haynes
A first-class passenger
SOAKED BY RAIN.
The Frog Man
$Jlt His Scenic Procuctlon, "A Frog's
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1 6E0RGE BROS, Printers j
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I STKl DYE imWM &
I A NJOE IilNET OF gTATIONp.R"V
FprtinBi Bllg., LINCOLN, HEB. J
THE 'INI' SMOKE HOUSE
Welqomes all students and invites you
te enjoy our Smoking and Reading
Room. It's a pleasure to please. Try
"UNI" 8MOKE HOU8E.
1182 O STREET
wTne i,r' arf wap'no miQhty
Tlno Tailored suits tnis spring.
qq yOU THINK"
They want t9 Pnd their money
for Tailored Suits and, go with
atcllQW, wiring a. Hand Mo
THINK IT OVER."
We vyll give you the Latest
Style, Perfect Fit and the Nob
biest Assortment of Woolens in
the city. S25 and higher.
9kies Indulge In Sport at the Cadets'
May 28. It rained
CAM? UOSCOT POUND, Nebraska
City, May 28. It rained, it rained
hard, it rained steadily. In fact the
only redeeming feature of the whole
affalj was that it did not last as long
as it might have. At threo o'clock
yesterday morning tho cadets we
aroused from their sleep or other occu
pations by the rude blast of tho on
coming Btorm. Tents, tho sides of
which had been raised for comfort,
Were hurriedly staked down. A few
of the wise ones hastily constructed
diverting ditches so that the wateh
would not flow down tho slope into
their habitations. But those who did
this were few, There wore very many
indeed who woke a little later to flna
that they were lying in from one to
three Inches of water, or, if it was not
this -bad, that their bods wore thor
Tho rain continued in torrents for
two hours and a half. It beat down up
on the tents with almost fealful vigor.
Residents of the town say that the
storm was tho most severe of the sea
son. At times there was a vivid ac
companiment of lightnlngr Fortunate
ly nearly all of the tents in use by th
battalion are Sibley army tents and
were fully capable of withstanding the
driving storm. In a few Instances
whore old tents were used the rain
came through tho 'canvas and wet
In tho morning the scone was for
some time a dreary one. First call
sounded at 5:40, at which time the
rain was just ceasing. The sleepy
cadets turned out of their damp quar
ters to And disappointment awaiting
them without, for although the rain
had ceased the sky was thickly over
cast. Within a few minutes the com
panies wore assomblod before their
tents for setting-up exercises some
thing which was jiQt relished as much
M It. might have been under different
circumstances. Tho twenty-five ama
teur oWlera who had been thrown Jnr
to tho guard house during the night
for various Infractions of rules woro
set to work digging trenches and.
cleaning up camp.. They wore kep
hard at work for a great part of the
morning and it Is safe to say that
some of them will be exceedingly care
ful about laying themselves liable to
"K. B." duty again.
Tho guard house, la (act, seemed
undeservedly popular for the, first
pight In camp. Several men woro
caught by guardsmen in tho act of!
running the lines after time was up
and were lodged in the guard tePt for
the night. About midnight myster
ious shots from the vicinity of three
company tents caused, a wholesale
round-up of tholr occupants. A shirt
tail parade was formed on the spot and
the luckless cadets were marched in
scant apparell to the guardhouse.
The lines woro open from 11 a, m.,
to 3 p. m., yesterday and a large ma
jority of the boys sought the pleas
ures afforded, by the town. At i o'clock
all were put through battalion drill
followed by parade, Supper call was
was sounded and the camp activity
was over for the day, save for the
marching of the vigilant sentries. Fol
lowing Is the program for the day:
First call , ... 5:40a.m.
Flat Clawp Garter
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, fHirs) Hk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
noMEEx simrmvmtn aw.,
719 MmHtei tXreetf f
MeUtrt of Pionttr Xutpn4ri
Offlcers' call 8:10 a.m.
First Sergeant's call '8 : 10 a. m.
Drill 8:45 a.m.
Recall 9:45 a. m.
Oaurd Mount 10:05 a. m.
Assembly 10:15 a. m.
Moss 12:00 m.
Sick 3:40 p.m.
Drill 4:00 p.m.
Recall 4:60 p.m.
Parade 5:00 p.m.
Retreat Immediately after Parade.
Mess 6;00 p. m.
Tatoo " 9:00 p.m.
Call to Quarters 10:40 p.m.
Taps 11:00 p.m.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Thfcxvjrpar cqurao, leading tp dofffoo pf Doctor
of Low (J. D.), which by tioQuartorBjrtcmmajr
bo complotod in two and ono-fourth calendar
yrora. Collcoo education rwjulrod for regular
admission, ono yoqrof Inwbttfnff opuntod toward
ooUobq dogroo, Paw library pf 29,300 Tolatncfl.
The Banner Quarter offer ipcclaloM0rtnaJ
tlM te studesUi teacaen, a4 practttlMr.
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT ADDRE8S
DeM of Law School. University of CNca
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evening, Tho I'emplo. Admission with
Baccalaureate Address. Sunday
evening, Memorial Hall. Admission
Phi Beta Kappa Address. Monday
evening, The Temple. Admission with
Class Play. Tuesday evening, Oliver
Theater. Tickets are distributed only
by members of tho Senior class.
Alumni Address. University Farm.
Commencement. Thursday morn
ing, the- Lincoln Auditorium. Admis
sion free, but by ticket.
Class Reunions and Dinners. De
tails announcod in University Journal
apd durlpg Commencement week In
the Lincoln papers.
Alumni and Out-of-town. Guests.
Tickets for the Commencement Ora
tion aro reserved for you on applica
tion tp tho Secretary of tho Committee
Commlttco on. Arrangements.
B. H. Barbour, chairman.
C. R. Richards.
Capt. J. O. Workizer.
E. M. Clark.
O. J. Fee.
P. J. Harrison, secretary.
Bookman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. at
Go to Mrs. J. O. Bell, hairdresser,
Lincoln Butintsi Gtllfgf
We're now located in the most
beautiful itoic in the west.
We handle the finest
in the city. Come in and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
J 4th and O So, west Corner
Cameron's lunch counter 128 Bo. 12.
Clements' photos are ttie best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Dalrymple's dainty delicacies.
Largo stock of stylish oxfords at
popular prices, Call and see them.
Roger & PerHIns, 1129 O street.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dobs Cafe 114 So. Eleventh Btreet.
Dr. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Ifclh.J
C. A. Tucker
Kill SHEET, YELUWFWT
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A Souvenir Spoon
would be Just the thing' for a graduation remembrance or when, ybq
leave take one home with you. There is something so "tasty" and.'o
pleasing about a souvenir spoon They are serviceable too. We have. N
" 142 8outh 12th, 8.
Reville 5:50 a.m.
Assembly 6:00 a.m.
Fatigue 6:15 a.m.
Mess ; 6:50 a.m.
Sick i 3:50a.m.
Drill ,.,,.. ,
First call . , . 7:20 a. m.
an elegant line to pick from Unl as well as Lincoln. . .
HENDERSON & HALD,
132 No. 10th Street
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