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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1909)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Evary Loyal Unlvoralty Btudent
la Urjjod to patronize theea Ne
braakan advertisers, and to men
tion the paper whllo doing eo.
First Trust and Savings.
Farmers & Morchants.
pJirlR'. Eleventh and P Sta.
Colo & McKenna.
$ Ccrf Clothing Co.
Magoo & Dooraor.
Pnlnco Clothing Co.
Kt Spolor He Simon.
Lincoln Candy KUchon.
J, It. Davis.
MUlor & Palno.
$ . Cornoll.
C. H. Froy.
Ccrf Clothing Co.
Magoo & Deomor.
Palaco Clothing Co.
$ Spolor & Simon. ,
NohrnBka Grocery & Moat
Ccrf Clothing Co. - '
Collins Ico Cream Co.
v . Franklin Ico Croam Co.
G. F. Thoruberg.
Y. M. C. A. Spa.
$ Boston Lunch.
-fc Men's Bootory.
t Corl Clothing Co.
Cincinnati Shoe Store.
Rogers &. Perkins.
Fred Schmidt & Bros.
Tho Skirt Stroo. ,
Scotch Woolon Mills. .
Lincoln Typewriter Ex-
Underwood Typewriter Co.
100. per cent Extra Wear
Made with "Easy Tie
Slide" space and "Pat
ented Lock Front."
One of 100.
7b? loll arts
Get your Punches,
Sherbets, and Ice
given to Student
Spoons and Glass
es furnished free.
Ice Cream Co.
Seventh and L Streets
Bell 428 PHONES Auto 1228
are now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
GEKTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and 0 Streets
P. L. BALL, PrCJdant
F. E. JOHNBPN. Vlco-Proildont
BBMAN O. FOX. Cwlilor
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Aaat. Oashltr
THE FIRST TRUST
& SAVINGS BANK
Owuod by tho Stockholders of tbo
First National Biulc
Interest Paid at 4 Per Cent
First National Bank hooms, Tenth & O
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Stuilonta.
rkirvir and.Hllvor Lattor
I K r Inlaid Worn a
B 1 it wJ Spoclnlty
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
1V.U O Btroot
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thoruburg, - - - Director
Violin 'and Cornet Instruction glve'n at
Studio, 416 So. J7th. Aujo 5877.
L . J . HE FZO
THE UNIVERSITY MAK'S TAILOR
Come in and geHhat SJ5.0QSult
to ydur oroer
Do Your Washing
EVENING A SUCCESS
LAST PART OF IVY DAY EXER.
CISES MAKE8 A HIT.
EVERYONE OUT FOR PLEASURE
BAND GIVES CONCERT AND CLUB
PUTS ON A PLAY.
College Play Depicts Deeds of Freah
men and Sophomore In the Cap
ture and Release of "The
Tho ovenlng portion of the lv Day
ni'mn-iini hold nt the Stnto Farm vn
a decided microns. With I he HnoHt of
aiirlim ovonlnua, a lni-Re crowd,
larger than ever before Bnthered to
Wthor at thlH unlvoiHity function, ate
lunch together, and spent tho evening
listening to the hand mimic mid watch
ing a three-act play.
Although tho crowd which was
scattered over tho campus of tho farm
.rating lunch, was unusually large,
every arriving car was packed with
those coming out to enjoy the even
ing's festivities. The spirit of the
ciowd lent itself to the mood of tho
owning and everyone was bent on a
Shortlj after lunch, the evening's
pi ogi am was opened with the concert
by tho university bnnd. The crowd
gathered before the Htago, which was
orccted In the open In front of one
of the buildings near tho center of tho
campus, and piece after piece by tho
band received encores.
The Toast Master.
At 8 o'clock the curtain was pulled
aside from before the improvised stage
and the three-net comedy. "Tbo Toast
Master," was begun. Tho scene of
the llrst act w.is that ot a student
room. Hilly .Morgan, tho roommate ol
"Towel" Fairfax, the toahtmastir ol
the culling sophomoic banquet, is in
dilHculty. He is in love with the
daughter of Professor Hood and also
deeply in debt. The professor orders
him never to see his daughter
Cjnthin again. Hihy loaves the room
with a friend, and while lie is gone
Hie freshmen kidnap the toastmasler
and convoy him to the professor's
cellar. Returning, Billy .Morgan and
his friend dUonnino to rescue
In tho second act Billy dreshod as
a servant girl, secures a position with
the professor. Complications occur
hero in which tho toastmaster is con
voyed about the house for safe-keeping
by Henry Rted a freshman, and a
son ot Professor Rood. Cynthia, dis
covering Hillj's identity, tells hint
Where she bellov(3 "Towel" to be
bidden. "Bu.zor," a younger son of
the piofessor's, lots out the secret
of BI11V identity to Henry Reed,
which results in the gagging and bind
ing of Buzzer, who is thon left In the
basement in tho place of "Towel."
"Billy" la dismissed from the house
by tho professor's deaf and dumb
wife because the professor tried to
lllrt with the supposed servant girl. In
leaving Hilly packs the supposed
"Towel" In Ills trunk.' , "Towel" Is In
reality liberated by Cynthia.
Buzzer Not Toastmaster.
Tho third act brings tho strands
together. Blly and his friend And
Buzzer, not' the toastmaster, in the
trink. The professor, accusing his
formersorvnnt girl of kidnapping his
son Buzzer, Is informed as to tho
girl's identity and Is forced to con
sent to uuiy's marriage with cyiunia.
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iuu luiiniiiitiDiur iui.iib iijj uiii oui-
prises Billy and the scene closes with
all happy hut tho discomforted fresh
men. The play was a decided Improve
ment In the ovenlng's program. It
lent aolldlty and-strength to tho pro
gram which that of last' year to a
certain extent lacked. Tho play wns
well presented and, as a humorous
jollcge "fnrco, made a hit with tho uni
versity nudlonco. Tho cast qf chart
cters is given below: ,
lllly Morgan Dick Rufisoll
Towel" Fairfax G. C. Adrlnnco
lob Konmarlc Verne Bates
Tom Hlploy TonrWheeJock
Georgo .Macintosh.. v, . fVt K. ISborly
Prof. Heed .....' ...11 r. Alton
.Mrs.- Reed ,.."' Mary A, Frmn
.Oynthl'n ".'., .Margaret Gutluio
Duzzor Paul Yates
To Editor or Dally Xebroskan:
It seems particularly unfortunate
tlon in so important an election as
Hint for the athletic board thorn
should exist tho strire .and bitter
factional feeling at present manifest
ing itself. II should bo a question
first of all, or course, or seeing that
Thcta Nu Kpsllon mils in electing !t3
members, since any man belonging to
Unit organization can be counted upon
to use his influence ror that clique's
Interests on tho board; he Is al
ways a loyal partisan to his organiza
tion. But those men known to he T.
N. B. ought not to fought from tho
personal standpoint. It should be
simply acaso or voting against tho
men lopresentlng the principles of
Hint organization. And since these
have been exposed before and found
to be uniformly selfish and worse than
that It is for every man who hns
any idea of voting Intelligently and
up to a standard ot right to ascertain
the representation of T. N. E. and
vote agninst it. But factions and
peisonalltlos ought to lie kept out of
the field. Let the best men outside
or T. X. E. be the ones to fill the
places on the hoard next year, nnd
let the campaign lie carried on Willi
J. C. KXODE. '08.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF CANDIDATES
Thirteen Men Wish Places on Ath
In accoi dance with the ruling ot the
athletic board that the names ol hUi-
dem candidates Tor positions on that
boaid shall bo published in eerj
issue of the Daily Xebiaskan tor a
week heroic the election Di. Clapp
has given out the following state
ment: The rollowlng students have HI eel
notification with me stating that the
wish to be considered atheltlc-board
candidates ror the year 1!)0D-10:
Ohren A. Beltzor,
It. M. Carroll,
S. I Dobbs,
c. i;. Elliott,
li. P. Hart,'
I.. C. llummell.
G. C. Loii,
S. A. Mahood.
U. C. Mitchell,
11. O Perry,
A. C. Schmidt.
It. G. CLAPP.
Sec'y Uni. Ath. Board.
Do you need money for school next
year? Wo have woik this summer
for several young men and women at
good liny. Must be of good character.
Good wages'' guaranteed; chance to
earn more. 208 Press Building, fore-J
Want - Ads
. AAvoTtlB'emenB for the want ad
column should tyo left at tho business
ofllco, basement Administration Bldg,,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ado, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for ovory fifteen words or
fraction, thereof for tho first Inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents; "five
Insertions 40 cents.
FOR RENT Will rent-our hall for
imrtles on Mon., Tucb., Thurs. and
Fridays nt 1132 N; on' Tuos, apd
Thurs. nt 1124 N. Lincoln Dancin'g
Academy, 'Auto 4177.
FORI SALE A now hlgh'grado hi
cyc)o!nt 25 per cont discount. Inquire
nWlobraBhan office, 9Mf. '
tFOR SALE A now $5,0 bicycle for
$25. See NoorasKan manager, jzz.tr
'' LOST AND FOUND. '
LOST Gold fob In Unl. Hull, May
3d, between 2 and 3 o'clock, Return
to Rag Ofllco. 128-137-3t
IS SO POPULAR
Wo make ft specialty of fancv
crontns, oho r bote, icon and punch
for Frat and Sorority Parties.
Auto 8181 Boll 205
1810 N Street
We are going out of the
Retail Business. Every
thing less than cost.
1220 0 Street
Bell Phone 482
Auto Phone 1481
and Meat Company
Fancy and Staple Groceries
1036 P Street
Every Order Given Special Attention
CAPITAL HOTEL CAFE
& LUNCH COUNTER
Open from 0 a. m. till 12
p. m. Lincoln's most pop
ular priced eafe.
OUR MOTTO: Clean and Quick Senrlca ill the
Time. Coupon Books worth $5 sold lor $4.26.
Hans Workow, Mgr.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER &' OPTICIArM
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Yovr Patronage Solicited
Glasses of Soda Water
sold and drank from our 20th Contury
Sanitary Soda Fountain season 1008.
Agoncy Huylern, Gunthers and Lown
eys Chocolates and Bonbons.
Tht Drug Cutter. .
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