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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebfaskan
THE PROPERTY OP
THK UNIVERSITY OF NEBRABIfA,
Published by . .
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
EDITORIAL 8TAFF. ,
Cdlter K. P. Frederick
Managing Editor i:"ic".rl J LoLa
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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910.
"Cascado or DuBt" Is tho Blogan of
tho Y. M. C. A. Wo commend tho
spirit as- Nobraskan and tho rhetoric
as "Dally Nobrnsknu."
Thoro nro aomo pooplo who attend
collogo with tho notion that It Is a
poraonal Instruction form of corre
spondence school. Thoy usually havo
n collogo yell with as much spirit In
It as an Inverted postago stamp.
Every tlmo wo hoar of Dr. Pound
or any other old Nebraska man got
"tlng somo big offer out In tho collogl
ato world wo can feel tho grin spread
ing out over our orstwhllo gloomy
faco. It Is Uko hoarlng that your big
brother mado tho only touchdown In
-tho gamo ot tho yoar. "
Yes, wo looked it up in tho regis
trar's offlco and verified it at tho ob
servatory. Today Is tho 22nd of
April, and consequently Arbor Day.
While wo do not demand any sort of
a holiday ovory time an annlvorsary
or a day commemorating Bomo ovont
-comes along, wo "don't like to wake up
somo morning and find that somothlng
'wo would havo liked to remomber has
passed us a month ago. Thero are
somo Nebraska men that aro worth
A LONG TIME AGO.
Onco upon a tlmo thero lived a man
who said that Wesloyan could play
1all but that was a long tlmo ago,
and ho Is dead. Liston! Wo will tell
you tho story.
Years and yoar ago when this uni
versity was about tho slzo of an over
grown country school thero was a
man that owned tho land whero Wes
loyan now stands. Ho" was a cranky
old follow, always quarrollng with his
neighbors, and ono time he met tho
men who had "cleaned" him in a
horse trade. It was Sunday, so thoy
began talking baseball. His neighbor
praised tho university team, which
started an argument. As lie turned to
go tho man stated that somo day thero
would bo a university founded on his
ground which would beat Nebraska.
But that was a long time' ago and ho
"Blng-ting-a-llng-ting. Blnk." Re
peat that with tho proper nasal twang
and you will bo a correct imitation of
& mandolin, Lot us explain our rav
ings At last tho university is to havo a
mandolin club. Wo feel almost as Joy.
rrrjrrr r cr-rrr A tnr n
ous as If wo had found our room rent
paid up In ndvancq, Why, wo cannot
claim to bo a university without a
mandolin club. Whoro 1b all tho
poetry, all tho hazy dreamy momorloB
connected with collogo days to como
from If wo do not havo tho college
llfo to baso it on. Any ono holding
tho notion that a university Jb a quick
lunch countor for hungry knowledge
sookors a placo to get facta crammed
down with no other end In view than
tho attainment of tho facts as quickly
as posBlblo well, ho resomblcB tho
bull who wnndorod Into the place
whoro thoy sold china. Ho doeB not
If such " thero bo In our midst, ho
will probably not approvo of a man
dolin club. But that should not deter
ovory ablo bodied student who can
pick anything Uko a mandolin or
guitar from Joining tho organization
and making It ono of tho best collogo
mandolin clubs In tho country. Why
Vesnxr 8ervlccs of Y. W. C. A. for
Tho Y. W. C. A. havo arranged an
attractive and appropriate program for
their Bonlor vesper sorvlco, to be
given next Sunday afternoon in tho
aBBodatlon room at 4 o'clock. This
Why don't you ditch those heavy old out of shape
winter shoes and look up my se mple shoe shop
for some nice fresh stunning oxfords and pumps'
worth $4.00 and more, patent, gun metal, suedes
and they cost $2.50 only.
Is an annual affair and Ib a sort of
farowoll ralljr for tho unlvorslty senior
girls. It Is representative of Nebras
ka good fellowship and Nebraska
BpIrlL Tho program follows:
Quartot Fayo Hartnoy, Alfreda Pow
ell, Grace Whlto, Edltli Forrest.
"Tho Bost in Collego Llfo"
Solo Mabel Doran
"Our Futuro VIow". .Caroline OBborno
Violin Solo Mary Herbert
"Why I Am Glad to Graduato
from This Unlvorslty"
Solo Ethol Cathcart
"Tho Y. W. C. A. and My Life"..
.. Beaula Jennings
Quartot Fayo Hartley, Alfreda Pow
' oil, Graco White, Edith Forrest.
"When Wo Say 'Good-Bye ". ...
"Our Seniors" Lucllo Mlllor
"Tho Scarlet and tho Cream."
TO GIVE "FAU8T" PROGRAM.
8pccal Program In Temple Theater
at 5 O'clock.
At a special convocation to bo held
at tho Temple theater at 5 o'clock
this afternoon, tho University Chorus
will sing "Faust," with orchestral ac
companiment and assisted by soloists.
Scene nnd Chorus
"Vain! In rain do'l call" (Faust).
"Careless, idle maiden."
"Come forth, ye reapers."
Scena and Duet
"If I pray there is none to hear
"Bo ralno .tho delight" (Faust, Mopbls
t'opheles). Chorus r
Tho Fair "Still or sparkling." '
Song of the Golden Calf (Mophis-topheles-.
Waltz and Chorus
"Soft and light."
".. Act II The Garden Scene.
K Z hf Vs
Iltormetzo and Flower Song (Slebel)
"All hall, thou dwelling" (Faust).
"Tho hour Is lato" (Margarita, Faust).
"When all was young" (Slbbol).
"Glory and lovo to tho men of old."
Scena and Chorus
"Tho Death of Valentine.1'
Act IV Tho Prison 8cene.
"My heart 1b overcomo" (Margarita,
"Angels pure, angels of light" (Mar
garita, Faust, MephlstophcleB).
Chorus of Angola
"Redeemed! Christ Is arisen again."
Cast of Characters.
Margarita Mrs. Emily Holyoko
Slebol Mrs. E. Lowls Baker
FnuBt Mr. H. Aden Enyoart
Mephlstophelos ....Mr. B. B. Gillespie
Valentino Mr. Chas. H. Miller
Tho University Chorus.
Miss Loulso Zumwinkel, accompa
nist; Mr. Edw. J. Walt, first violin;
Mr. Ernest Harrison, second violin;
Mr. Wm. T. Quick, viola; Miss Lillian
Elcho, 'cello; Mr. Murray French,
baBs; Mr. R. A. Fair, flute; Mr. C. E.
Ewing, clarinet; Mr. S. Jellnek, cor
net; Mrs. Carrlo B. Raymond, director.
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22, Friday Agricultural school com
mencement. 22, Friday "Faust" program. Univer
sity chorus and orchestra.
22, Saturday, 2 p. m. Dual track
moot. Nebraska-Minnesota. Ath
22, Friday, 12 o'clock, U10C Meeting
23, Saturday Joint Y. M. and Y. W.
C. A. Cascade social.
23, Saturday, 2 p. m.-JDual track
meeL Nebraska-Minnesota. Ath
23, Saturday, 3:30 p. m. Baseball.
Nebraska vs. Cotnor. Athlotic
23, Saturday, 8:30 p. m. Non-Corn
hop. Lincoln hotel.
27, Tuesday, baseball, Highland Park,
vs. Nebraska, athletic field.
27, Wednesday, 6; 60 to 7:30 Y. M. C.
A. Rov. S. Z. Batten.
29, Friday, 5 p. m., Memorial Hall
University band concert.
30, Saturday, 8 p. m Temple Agrl
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6-7, Friday and Saturday High School
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Imported Lisle Sox, 25c values, 25
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Domestic Cotton Sox, reg. 15c val
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Stiff and Soft Hats, every shape
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