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The Daily Nebraskan
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TUB UNIVBR8.TY OF t NBDnABKA.
Lincoln. Nebraska, .
Published by . . ,
TlIB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOAIID
Editor '. K. P frfdr'c2
Managing Editor Carl J. Lord
AwoolaU Editor... T. M. Edgecombe
Associate Editor ...R. D. nawiey
Mnnaor .9' J?' ? ?'
Atilatant Manager." V. C. Hascall
Circulator C. Buchanan
pestetflce, Station A. Lincoln. Nab.
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Wednesday, may 4, ioio.
"Oh, Horror 1" Victor Hugo.
Don't scratch I
-About tho next step will be to
fumigate tho library.
"Quito an amount of air waH
in motion at tho ball game last
Saturday, causing the playora to
mako several errors and it is
said that tho band oven struck
up a couple of airs." Cotncr
nor air, don't you think?
Rrithor fresh, even for tho Cot
Gollogian. ' "
"And what diflorenco would it
make," writeB tho oditor of tho
Konsucky Idea, ''if tho comet did
hit tho earth and destroy it?
What is ono little earth to the
universe, to an infinite numhor
of larger and hotter worlds ?M
Don't ho down-hearted, Ken
tucky, You are young and there
is stil some chance that you may
ramble down from your Olym
pus, out from your sea of juleps
into tho bigger world you know
Smallpox. Ii is a nasty word.
Neither pleasant to tho car nor
pleasing to the eye, and the word
has behind it centuries of tradi
tion: plagilcs which swept away
tho population of a quarter of a
continent: distress and suffering
lasting for years. Tho hlind ter
r6r which accompanied tho word
hrdays of old has been trans
mitted "from generation to gen
eration until today wo grab an
ulster, a tooth brush and a collar
button and fl'eo for our livos at
the very mention of tho word.
Aftdr the cold chills of terror
. have desisted in their efforts to
travel an unending trail up and
down our spine; after bur eyes
havb regained .tljoir normal rarigo
of vision and no lon&or present
tho worfd t'b lis through ajyoM
'ww HUjiiiuumuu lBr " UGgUl O
feel in 'tho r same class with the
infant who lies awake all night
aftopa ghost story. After all,
tho-terror, not the danger, of tlio
Enrqjiean smallpox has'bdon our
. Iferitage. Coolness; not cowar-r
tyceM 1nooP8snry to s sto "fan
spread of" t'he' diseased To this
wo might also add vaccination.
TIOKif 8 CALLED IN.
Only Eighty to 'Be Sold for Last
Fraternity hall will be the
sccno of tho last daj.ee of thaaott- ph, m R - h
urn, on May p who. the frosh-, u Mnn,Du to
man hop will bo hold. At the i1T. a; .. M '.
i e it: M't.i. HtM M"8 Studies." Potter was for
moeting of tho-committea-yestor-1 , , At - .. .... . ,
,i.. u ... a.aJ i.h .-i.- "'y editor of thS Nebraskan.
..nn,i a nnu, J;Mf Unimia
t'""iw "' V"V "'""V MWVU
havo bcon printed rihd no more.
i.,v uuUU juiuu uV uu ,
will bo ordered Under any 01.
niimHfnnn.iH. WnH'n nrnlinHkrn t
will furnish the music.
Tickets aro now on sale by
members of tho committee, of
which W. B. Romans is tho
chairman. W. E, Smith is mas
ter of ccromonies. "Members o
the committco are as follows :
Messrs. Smith, Warner, Murphy,
Itadcliffo, Andrews and Misses
Drake, Ilowrird. Hammer and
Dahlmon. President II. 1 Coffee
also has tickets for sale.
KOMENSKY MAGAZINE OUT.
Interesting Paper on Self-Taxed
Tho May issue nf tho Komert
sky Magazine, published in the
Bohemian language, is out. It
contains a valuablo article on the
poot Vrchlicky, writton by a
Bohemian student of Columbia
University, also a paper on tho
stamp imposod by Bohomians of
tho United States on themselves
as a voluntary tax to aid in the
support at collego of students
of that nationality who need
financial assistance. A depart
ment dovoted to "th.0 fichoohk of.
all nations and reports from vari
2O0 SHIRTS $1.50. $4
AND $5 SAMPLE SHOES
$2.95. CLOYDING STORE
ous Komcn8ky clubs in western
universities are very interesting.
Considerable space is devoted in
this issue to tho doings of the
membortf of the IComonsky Club
at tho University of Nebraska.
BIG MEETING AT Y. M. 0. A.
Alexander, MaoDonald, Bednar,
, Wallace and Potter ttrSpeak.
A few of the wise seniors, who
have been attending tho univer
sity for four long years, will
give some good advice to the
younger and less mature students
this evening at the mid-week
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. Seven
seniors, who have been through
thd mill in studies and school ac
tivities, will toll of their experi
ences, loll of some laughable in
cidents, and give a vast amount
of advice to the under classmen,
S. A. MTahood, chemistry "shark"
and' former president of tho Y;
M. C. A., will be chairman of tho
All of tho talks will be ' on
practical topics of interest to the
average university man. J. M.
Alexander, ox-president of tho
senior class, will tell why it is
best to tako an interest in school
politics and to what an extent it
is actually worth while to mix
m politics. Dale P. MacDonald,
a former track captain, has for
"lii3 topic, "How About Univer
sity Athletics?" "Why" Wo.
Should Support Efebating in the
University" will bo discussed by
J. E. Bednar: Qednar has-been
prominent in debating since hip
.phomoro year and lias repre
Rented life school on two oc'ca
sions: ' Ii; 'Sliliaf will answer
Hhe' question, "To What Extent
Can a Student Assist in the
Wdrk of the Y. Mi. C. A.t"Gco.
Wallace, at one time business
manager of theDaily .Nebraskan,
will discuss "University Busi
ness." II. W. Potter, one of the
three men who were elected to
rne.M AVill bo 6xpectcd to ad
vine iho younger students in a
flhnpitaWo mannQV ftt 6.50 tonighfc
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TENNIS TEAM TRY-OUTS.
University to Send Team to Com
pete with Oraighton at Omaha,
tennis teams will try out for
tho satind on Thursday aftor-
noon on tho university courts.
ho two teams showing the best
form will bo taken to Omaha on
May 7, where the university has
a tournament with CreightOn Col
lego. DRAMATIC CLUB BANQUET.
Farewell to Club Members to Be
Held May 12.
The Dramatic Club will hold its
nnntial banquet on tho evening of
May 12. Tickets arc now on sale
at U106 on Tuesdays and Thurs
days. Tho prico por plato will be
$1. All members of tho club are
urged to order their tickets at tho
first opportunity as tho commit
tco should know the number of
people to bo served.
Tho banquet will be in the na
turo of a farewell to tho members
of the club who graduate Uur
pringr An--excellent "program
and toast list has boon prepared.
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Y. M. V. At meeting, J in
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9, Monday Election of -Athletic
10, Tuesday Convocation." An
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11, Wednesday Ivy Day. All
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