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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPERTY OP ..,..
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEDRASKA,
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THE STUDENT PUBLICATION HOARD
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2a, 1H10.
A flock or "N'fl" hnB Bottled on' tho
BWoatorB of Nebraska uthlotes. It Is
noodleas to any that tho cbvototl "N"
Btuntla for tho bunt in OornhuHker
Tho relay rnco. ut tho Kcuihiib City
moot resulted In a victory for Ne
braska which means much to tho
track work. Choer up thoro aro n
fow moro worlds to conquer, i. o., the
Tho "Mystic FlBh" has fallen Into
our midst with a splash. Just what
kind of a ilsh n "myBtlc" IIhIi is, wo,
not being ornlthologlcally, or zoolog
ically inclined, would hesitate to
studying (?), when tho cook didn't
got tho propor color schomo worked
out on thoHo pnncakoB, when you can't
And n clean collar button in your
room nMto's drosBor or tho IioUbO cat
Hooms to hnvo swallowed tho viBibfo
supply of collar buttoiiB, when you
havo crammed for a day on "IdloniB"
and aro examined on "traiiBfation,"
you may fool a trifle "off color." Tho
world does not prosont its usual roBy
cheeked, plnk-eycd sldo to 'rouse your
budding onthUBiasm. nut then this
in not porpotual.
Tho perpetual "grouch" is the man
wo nro "gunning" for with an appro
priate editorial penned by ono of tho
faithful from a neighboring college.
"Wo read a largo number of edi
torials in college papers concerning
the student with tho poroptunl grouch.
Whothor students are moro suBcoptl
bio to pessimism than laymen Ik a
question which Uicbo weighty 'spiels'
brings to our attention. It Is acarcoly
to bo presumed that such Ib tho cnBO
bIuco collego men have comparatively
fow cares. However, tho species prob
ably scorns moro numerous on nccpunt
of tho fact that ono grouch can spoil
tho ontlro day.
"There is nothing that bo complete
ly upsets a person on these fine morn
ings us to walk, across tho cnnipus
fooling happy and friendly toward
ovorythlng, only to havo a wet blanket
thrown ovor tho Joy In living by the
porpotual grouch.. Ho 1b tho person bo
brlBtllng with business and Impor
tance that ho has no time for u cheer
ful word as ho pubbcs you. Life to
him Is measured only by the amount
of work ho makes his uBsoclntes be
llovo he Is .doing.
"Thoro aro two grouches tho busl
noHB grouch and tho common grouch
or pessimist. Tho business grouch Is
tho moro obnoxious because he comcB
In contact with moro people. Ho Is all
right as long us things nro coming
hlK way, but tho moment you stroke
his hair the wrong way he rofuses to
purr. Ho imiBt have th' entire milk
pun for himself or he refuses to lap
Tho athlotle field Is now prolty woll
crowded. Nevertheless tho prospects
aro fine for a victorious team this
MRS. WIQG8 ATTENDED.
Fat Woman, 8nako Charmer and Bill
Taft In Parade.
Tho Y. W. C. A. poverty social Was
a decided success. A poverty stricken
crowd was In attendance and overy
ono got thorojighlyoff their dignity
Tho affair was a "charity organiza
tion" bonoflt. Mrs. Wlggs Df tho
Cnbbago Patch and Mrs. Ruggles ad
dressed the nudlenco, while Bovernl
children who had boon "benefited"
gavo a short program. Ono of tho spe
clal features was tho parade and cir
cus, which displayed the usual fat
lady, snako charmor, acrobat and an
imalB. Bill Taft and Samantha and
Jpslah Allen lent an added charm tc
tho occasion. Tho bread lino had their
usual diet changed to pop corn ballB
and peanuts, and overy one went
homo fooling they had had ono bright
spot in their colorless lives. Miss
Vibbard leads tho Tuesday noon meet
ing and Mrs. Vincent leads th.6
Wednesday noon mooting.
PHI DELTA THETA BANQUET.
Celebration Under Auspices of Ne
braska Chapter and Omaha
Phi Delta Theta frnternlty cele
brated tho founding of tho fraternity
nt Miami University on March 15,
1848, and tho constitution of Nobrnska
Alpha chapter at this university thlr-ty-flvo
years ago, with a banquet In
Omaha last Saturday night at the Om
aha Club. Tho colobratlon was under
tho Joint auspices of tho Nobrnska
chapter und the Omaha alumni asso
ciation, and the company Included
members of nearly overy large univer
sity in the country.
Tho banquet hall wus decorated in
the colors of tho fraternity and the
Who are compelled cither o! necessity
or choice to ECONOMIZE and maKe
their money go as far at possible arc
MAKE THIS STORE
YOUR TRADING PLACE
We are selling all cur $2.50 new and
nobby spring hats lor $1.90 and our
Suits at $10, $12.50 and $15 are $5 a
suit cheaper than others sell them.
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 "0" Street
Our Fountain is now open. Fruit
Sundaes and Cold Drinks. We
try to please all.
1307 O STREET
EASTER HATS $2.50. WHY PAY
MORE? BUDD 1415 0 ST.
state. Howovor, It lmporteth much
of dark deeds and solemn wlg-wng ou
tho part of sundry freshman co-eds
when they moot In tho sacred wig
warn under tho coral tree. It certain
ly oughtn't to ,bo a Jolly fish.
PorhapB that triangular meet would
not bo a bad means of placing Ne
braska moro llrmly on tho athletic
Three men and twenty-eight women
elected to Phi Beta Kappa honors.
Next year tho slxtoon-to-ono stnndnrd
ought to bo reached.
At last wo havo found- ono man who
has tho courago of his convictions,
and, as wo thought, he is from Mis
souri. J. Ed Crumbaugh, who has
charge of tho publisher's ofllco of that
university, appeared on tho campus
yesterday In a straw hat.
A FAIRY STORY.
Onco upon a time there wus n
senior class who wero so kind ns to
donate a drinking fountain to tho Uni
versity of Nebraska. So the fairy
story goes. Tluit thoro may bo some
foundation to tho talo fs believed by
many students. In support of this be
lief they show tho ruins of what they
claim was at ono time the fountain
beneath tho lurgo pine. They oven go
so fur. as to assert that watep once
flowed from this historic mound. That
Is where wo draw tho line. As we
gaze out of tho window at that pile
of stones which nt, ono time meant so
much to tho Thirsty of tho university,
as we watch tho heat waves dance
over Its glaring edge ns from a fur
nace and feel tho parched side of our
tongue scraping our dUBty palate, wo
doubt whether water' ovor gladdened
the heart of man in that fountain.
If so-r-why not .now?
up tho milk. Ho Is tho big Angora
with lino hair, tho rest aro common
maltose. So long us tho other cats
stand buck and see him ro nt It ho
"will purr nmT "eTfoTcTf lIko"a thorough-
brod, but shut off his milk supply and
ho hecomos n common 'Old Tom.' Ho
makes ovorythlng around him miser
ablo with 1Ib yowls simply becauso
thoy cannot seo hlB born right to have
ovorythlng Jimt tho way ho wants It.
"Tho common, grouch generally
sneaks off In the corner and meditates
by hlgjonesome. Intermittent growls
alono Indicate his presence. Ho is en
tirely Inoffonslvo If lot alono, but ho is
bad if stumbled Qhto In the dark. Oiie
does not enre to ropent tho experi
ence. "If thoro is ono characteristic
which bolongs to collego men alono It
Is cheorfulness. Whorover you see
three or four students together you
nro sure to find tho merry Joke nnd
tho good fellowship. Tho grouch Is
so alien to this atmosphero that he
becomes conspicuous, and for this rea
son college bdltors nro tempted to on
largo upon his faults."
TENNI8 COURTS BEING REPAIRED
THE PERPETUAL GROUCH.
When you have been up till 2 a. m.
Usual Trouble In Lack of Court Room
on Old Ground.
The tonnls courts west of tho
library aro being repaired by the
members of tho club and It is expect
ed that thoy will bo in first class con
dition by tho end of the week. How
over, tho poor condition of tho courtr
has not discouraged tho many tennis
enthusiasts from playing becauso 'the
ground has been used continually for
tho past few daye. ,
The same condition prevails this
year as last in that thero is not a
sufficient number of courts to satisfy
tho demand. Some of tho club mem
bers havo tried to get some space on
tho 'athletic field, but at present it
looks as If their efforts were In vain.
pennant ,of every one of tho seventy
two colleges where tho fraternity has
chapters. Practically ovory member
hero In Lincoln attended. Deforo tho
banquet tho entire party nttondod the
Orphoum. Tho manager of tho the
ater had a number of tho artists wear
tho colors of tho fraternity nnd of tho
Tho Junior prom at Dartmouth will
,tuko place May 27..
NEVER KNOW if
you NEVER TRY
Whoa you want to got Cleaning and Pressing
dono by hand nnd not by muchlnory bring
your clothes to
JOE The Tailor
who Is nlso a Specialist on altering and refitt
ing your clothes up-to-date. .
MARGARET M. FRICKE
Dressmaker of Style and Economy
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
23, Wednesday, 6 p. m. Spring vaca
23, Wednesday, 7 p. m. Glee Club
31, Thursday Meeting of senior class.
25, Friday, 5 p. ,m. Convocation.
Prof. G. W. A. Lucky. "Shall Or
ganlzed Play Bo Made a Part of
the Public School' Curriculum?"
30, Wednesday, 8 a. m. Spring vaca
30, Wednesday, G:B0 p. m. Y. W. C. A.
mid-week meeting. Mrs, W. T.
31, Thursday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Sophomore meeting.
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