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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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THH UNrVHRBITY OF NUBRASKA,
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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1009.
With thlB Ibbuo tho Dally No-
braslmn suspondB publication for
f the summor vacation. Tho next
Ibbuo will bo In charge of tho now
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A 8UCCE88PUL EXPERIMENT.
Tho Daily NobraBkau has now boon
published for ono year as a llvo col
umn paper. ' Whqn tho papor waB en
larged from a four column shoot to its
prosont slzo at tho beginning of tho
first semester of this year, Uiobo In
chnrgo of it had grave doubts as to
whothor tho news of tho school would
warrant a paper of such largo bIzo
and whothor tho amount of advertising
which could bo Bocurod in Lincoln
would mako such a papor a financial
success. Tho oxporlmont has now boon
tried for a wholo yoar and tho verdict
must bo that thoro Is sufficient nows
in tho unlvorslty to Justify such a pa
per and that with caroful management
such a papor can bo made to pay ox
ponBOB. A papor tho slzo of the ono now be
ing issued rcqulroB tho hardest kind of
labor and tho closost caro to mako it
a succosb, but It Is of far more valuo
to tho university aB a nows shoot than
tho old sized papor. Not only can it
glvo much fullor accounts of all uni
versity ovontB, but it gives a much hot
ter Impression of tho university to
thoso outsldo Lincoln who know tho
stato institution only by what thoy
road of It. Tho Dally Nobraskan is now
vory similar In slzo and appoaranco
to tho host collego papers of tho mid
dle west and it is to bo hopod that
it will novor bo found necessary o
roduco the paper to tho old slzo.
A NOTABLE YEAR.
Tho year which Is just closing has
beon ono notablo at Nobraska for
substantial and yot rapid growth.
Along every lino of activity tho unl
.vorBity has mado real progress during
tho laBt twelvo months. Athletic, do
bating, scholarship, all havo beon in
fused with now vigor and havo boon
unusually successful during the past
There is one feature of this growth,
t however, that is worthy of more than
passing notice. Instead of being con
tent with developing old movements,
tho past year has witnessed a re
markable number ot innovations at
the University of Nebraska. New
movements have been started on every
side, and if next year can seo all of
these put upon a firm foundation it
will Indeed mean a great deal for No-
The. main worjc of tho student body
next year must be to perpetuate the
things that, havo beon started this
year.' Freshman-sophomore Olympics,
intorclasB Rebating and the many new
societies that, .have been, formed will
all need tho most solicitous care, If
all these things can become perman
ont features of Nebraska llfo It will In
deed moan tho beginning of bigger
things for Nebraska.
LOST MAY I8 pOUD AQAlNi
8irapgo Case of ft. J. Jewell, Who
Wouldn't Give His Address.
P. J. Jowoll. tho lost man of tho
university has boon found. For fifteen
years Doah Charles E. Bessoy has
sought Mr. Jowoll In order that he
might thank him for tho favors which
ho haB dono tho university. Mr. Jew
oil refused to bo found. Yesterday he
cairio to light through a lettor written
from Bollovuo, Wash.
Mr. Jowoll was a student In tho unl
vorslty fifteen years ago. Io took a
goneral academic course, but did pot
graduate. Shprtly before graduating ho
started on a trip to tho northwest. Ho
wont up through tho states north of
Nobraska, through Canada, and eventu
ally landed in AlaBka. During his trip
ho kept tho university In mind and
Bont to tho botanical department nu
merous specimens of plants which In
terested him. Ho had not specialized
In botany, but he knew onaugh ot tho
scionce to appreciate peculiar plants.
wnon ins gins urst uegan to arrive
Dr. Bossoy wrote to him and thanked
him for tho favorB. Tho 'lotter was
roturnod with tho statement that Jow
oll was no longer at the town named.
Slnco that tlmo this proceeding has
boon ropeatcd numerous times. For
ilfteon years Jowoll has beon sending
specimens to tho university and for
llftoon years tho department has beon
trying to thank him. Recently one of
theBo letters roachod him, and ho haB
finally broken his long sllenjA) by
writing to Dr. BesBoy.
O'QARA HARD AT WORK IN WE8T.
University Man Has Done Much Since
P. J. O'Gara, 1902, haB recently writ
ton unlvorslty frlondB giving an ac
count of his work Blnco his graduation
sovon years ago. Mr. O'Gara was ono
of tho well known students of a num
ber of yoars ago and ho has beon fol
lowing nn active llfo slnco leaving
In tho sovon years Mr. O'Gara has
visited practically every fruit growing
section Of tho Unltod States, his work
bolng In tho Interest of tho depart
ment of agriculture. Ho has been to
Europe In tho meantime and haB had
tlmo to pursuo activities outsldo of his
professional work. Ho is now at Med
ford, Oro. .
WILL BE ON OPEN 8ALE fODAY.
The 8enlor Invitations Will no Longer
Be Held for Orders.
All tho senior invitations which aro
now uncallod for will bd sold out to
day, regardless ot provlous orders.
This announcomont was made yester
day evening after the last of a lino of
would-bo purchasers loft tho door of
tho Cornhuskor ofilco, turned down,
with a Btack of uncalled-for Invita
tions lying on tho tablo. Ovor four
hundred havo boon distributed so far
and today tho sale will bo opened to
all who wish to buy. This action be
camo necessary because of tho num
ber of uncalled for invitations and
many sonlors who desired to buy but
who had not ordered.
COMPANY "Q" DID NOT PARADE.
White Robed Would be Paraders Give
It Up as Bad Job.
An attempt was mado to hold Com
pany "Q" parado last evening. Tho
old chapol boll commenced to ring- vig
orously about 8:30 and continued to
ring for several minutes. White robed
figures bogan to appear as if from no
where and 'soon quite a little gather
ing was collected about the armory
door. But It was to no avail. Sever
al outsiders who camo hustling up pro
tested against tho parado owing to
previous announcements and tho
would-bo paraders roluctantly drew off
their snowy robes and disbanded. So
ended the first attempt.
ENGINEERING HOP DID NOT PAY.
Was a Success In Every Way Except
the Financial End.
Tho following report of tho Engi
neering society hop has been approved
by tho auditing committee:
Paid admissions ?GG.OO
Fraternity hall.,. $20.00
Orchestra ....'. 25.00
Refreshments ; . . . . 8,90
Service .-. 2.00
Printing tickets 1.00
Total expenses $6ff.40
Deficit ..' '. ? 3.4a
GROVE E. BARBER,
-,. - Cnqlrman.
ADOPT RUSHING RILE
NEW REGULATIONS BY INTER
SIMILIAR TO THOSE IN P0RCE
8emester Rushing Rule Will Probably
Bo Adopted In the Near Fqture
Rules fop Next Year to
be Very 8trlct.
At a meeting of the Inter-sorority
council yesterday afternoon tho ruBh-
ing rules for noxt year were adopted.
Tho rules aro In genoral very similar
to those that have been In force for
several years In the past. The main
change was to mako the rules more
definite and to mako regulations gov
erning registration week more strict
Tho general feeling dt tho meeting
of the inter-sorority council was that
tho rules have beon tho most success
ful during the paBt year of any that
havo over beon In force. The only ob
ject of the change was to mako the
Tho main changes como in tho third
article of the rules which provides
for rushing during registration week.
Tho now article Is as follows:
During matriculation week, rushing
and pledging, with tho following "re
strictions shall bo allowed:
1. No sorority girl shall meet a
matrlculante on arrival.
2. No sorority girl shall accompany
a matrlculante on tho campus during
registration week, sisters excepted.
3. Each sorority may entertain in
a simple way from Wednesday noon,
Soptomber 22 to Saturday, C:00 p. m.,
4. All entertaining shall be In pri
vate homes. Tho refreshments shall
consist of not more than three articles
5. No rusheo shall stay all night at
any sorority girl's house during regis
Consider Semester Rule.
Tho council considered seriously the
adoption of a semester rushing rule
but nothing definite was dono regard
ing tho matter. It was, however, tho
tho generally expressed opinion that It
would bo posslblo to adopt such a rule
In tho near futuro and It Is very likely
that noxt year stops will bo taken
looking towards tho adoption of such
Tho chief objection to such a rule
from tho viewpoint of tho sororities
comes from tho fact that It is felt
necessary to get now girls each fall to
fill tho different chapter houses. It is
thought, however, that by planning
ahead it will bo possible to put the
now plan Into operation without ser
Friday, 28 Final examinations com
mence. Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29 Agricultural club din
ner, G:00 p. m., Temple.
English club meets at Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander, 1728 Garfield St. Pro
fessors Fryo and Lo Rossjgnol
will addresB tho club.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Thursday, 2. Cadet encampment be
gins. Juno 2 to 7.
Thursday, 3 Final examinations end.
Saturday, 5 School of Music Annual
Concert. Temple theater, 8:00 p.
Sunday, G Baccalaureate sermon 'by
Bishop Williams. Memorial hall,
10:30 a. m. .
Tuesday, 8- Senior class play, "The
Royal Family." Oliver theater,
10:30 a. m., and 8:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 9 Alumni day at state
Thursday, 10 Thirtyrelghth annual
commencement at the Auditorium.
10:00 a, m. Commencement proces
sion, 10:30 a. m. Oration and conferring
8:00 p. m; Chancellor's reception.
Baked beans, naked on toe premises
and served hot with "delicious brown
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COST MORE than CHEAP
ones ana1, of cquj$e, they shpujdj
Pounding down the price means
cutting down the quality cheap
ening wherever possible without
are not made and s,old on
basis. Everything is put into
that can be put in to make
better thep sold at a fair
This appears to meet the approval of men generally,
for we never sold so many Kensington Suits as we
are selling this season.
Kfnslngttn Suits, $20.00 to $40.00
M. D. Sptoial Suits, $12.50 iO $20
MAGEE S DEEMER
Kensington Suits They Fit They Stay in Shapc
All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and Twelfth 8treets
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Setvices itiOO. Sunday School JOrfX).
All Students are cordially Invited to attend Its services.
ALL PEW8 ARE FREE
Sunday, May 30 Sermon subject: "A Living Memorial." Social ethics
Class, 12:15. Professor Paul H. Grummann, leader.
Speaker: Dr. Inez C Phllbrick.
Subject: "The Militant SuffMgeMovement in England."
All Souls' Church is a free fellowship for tho worship of God and
tho service of Man. It Judges no man's character. It recta no bar
riers of creed or doctrine. Its pulpit is a free pulpit committed to
the aearch after Truth.
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