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THE DAILY NEBRASRAN
The Daily Nebraskan
1'IIB PnOPBRTY OF
THB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
TUB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Miter K. P. Frederick
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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910.
Muy bo he is not well,
Infirmity doth still neglect all
Whero to our health is bound;
wo 're not ourselves,
When naturo, being oppress 'd,
commands tho mind
To HufYcr with the bo'dy.
' King Lear.
At lust tho library stops aro to
be lighted. Tho sombre shades
nrc to be driven away from the
pathway to knowledge; rather
symbolical of tho duty of the
class about to stop into tho cold,
cold territory which is popualrly
supposed to lioinst outside tho
confines of tho university'.
Rlyodcsia. At mention of the
namo wo seo waving palm trees
surmounting a coral strand. We
hear the soft wail of heathen
music as it trembles on the last
rays of a tropicul sunset. We
see dusky maidens daning in
tho moonlight; muidens who
x wavo wreaths of purplo flowors
at us. Rhodesia, we come. The
glamour and disease is calling.
THE JUNGLE, -The
city is parking tho part
' u of Hay market square which faces
tho university. At last it has
- - - come: tlie realization of tho faet
that tho eyesight and brain of
the self-respecting man or wo
man, whether a student or a citi-,
zon of Lincoln, cannot be out
raged forovbr. Parts of tho city
surrounding tho university cam
pus ut present impress the casual
observer as "a disgrace both to
tho university and the city of
Lincoln. As tho new student ar-
. . rives; liis first inquiry is for tho
f. location of tho univorsity. IIo
traverses landscapes which would
deter any but tho strongest
hearted and at length ponotrat-
'-" ' ing to tho heart of tho jungle
ho finds Nebraska,
SOLQIST AT CONVOCATION,
, ' Program Given by Mr. August
) Mr, August Molseiy violin solo
1st, yesterday rendered a recital
ftt the regular hiUHicul convocn
tion hold in Momoritil HalK Mf.
MolHor is a man of exceptionally
good' talent art a violinint and is
considered a favorite among nil
the representatives of tho student
body who today heard him. He
responded ito several encores.
The program as given consist
ed of the 'following selections:
Chant sans Paroles
Minuet ,..,,.. llnnrll
Garden Scone from ' 'Faust "
LEttiitasia on Lucina di Lain-
mormoor St. Lubin
Souvenir '. .Drdla
Bohemian Donco Randcggcr
Miss Louise ZumwinUcl was
MEET AT IOWA.
Nebraska Men Attond Missouri
The convention of tho Missouri
Valley Historical Society will bo
held in Iowa City from May 25
to 27. The programs were given
out yesterday. A number of No
broslm men will bo in attendance
Among these are ctf-Chuncellor
MacLoon, now at Iowa Univer
sity; Albert AVatkins, Professor
Guernsey Jones, C. S. Payne and
Professor Shiniek, formerly pro
fessor of zoology at Nebraska.
Boat Races a Part of Program.
The senior breakfast will, be
held as previously scheduled Sat
urday morning. The smallpox
son re has become so frayed that
the ehancollor, when requested to
allow tho breakfast to be hold
Saturday, gave his consclit.
FRIDAY ON $2.50
AND $4.00 HATS
OF SPANGLER$ 25.0
Tho seniors will assemble at
Ninth and 0 streets at 7:30 in
the morning. A cord of hard
wood has been provided by the
eommittco for each individual to
roast wienies over a fire. After
tho breakfast there will bo boat
races and various other forms of
Tickots for the breakfast will
bo on sale ot tables on the cam
pus today, and may be procured
from members of the committee
LIABLE TO SUSPENSION.
Permit Holders Must Report Ev
ery Day or Pay the Penalty.
Announcement was made yes-
.tc relay that a largo number of
students holding permits to-attend
classes were nft reporting
for daily examination. These
permits were issued to the vari
ous membors of the student b6dy
that they could attend classes if
they would report to Dr. Pilsbury
for daily examination. A large
number of studonts thought that
as long as thoy held theso per
mits that it was not necessary to
submit to the rules that thoy
were issued under and' that the
daily examinations were more tr
less of a "bluff."
Today the following notieo was
sent to all the students who hold
permits who have failed to ap
pear for examination. Tho no
tice is to the qffect that unless
they live up to the requirements
that they will be suspended from'
tho mivcrsity. Failnroto report
for examination hereafter will re
sult in such punishment. Tho no
tice is as follows:
'Your permit in lieu of vac-
ciria'tion was issued on the dis
tinct' understanding that you
would report daily for inspection
to Dr.. Pilsbury in G206. This
includes holidays, Saturdays and
Sundays, unless excused by Dr.
"You havo failed to report
"Further failure to comply
without satisfactory excuse will
result in suspension from the 'uni
versity." KRUEGER IS PRESIDENT.
Cosmopolitan Club Elects Its
The Cosmopolitan Club held a
meeting in U1C0 last night and
formed a p.irmnnrnt organiza
tion. After ou'ctii.g Felix New
ton of Russia as temporary chair
man, they pro led to elect per
manent oflipcrs as follows;
ProsidcTit, J. F. Krueker of
East India: vice-president, Y. M.
Park of Korea; secretary, M.
Lazo of tho P.-vMppines; treas
urer, Felix Newton of Russia.
The following committees were
appoiftcd: Comlitutional, E. Vo l
Xusbaum of Gormnny, P. K. Ro
wer of Denmark rnd Felix New
Imi of Riiwifc , nu'iribership, Mr.
Vnrano nf HpIiciikj, M. Lazo of
the Philippines, G. Kruger ol
East Indio: snr:n!, Y. M. Park
f Korea, T. Kruper of East In
dia and J. F. K rr-o of Greece. '
Ano'thor meeting will be held
Thursday in U106 at 6 p. m. All
foreign or American students in
the university who wish to be
come members of the club will
hand in their application in writ
ing to Mr. G. Kriieger in Ulll
or the office of the German de
purtment on or before Thursday
tit 5 p. in.
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Dretimaker of Style and Economy
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
13, FridayBaseball. South Da
kota. 14, Saturday Dual track meet
Nobraska-iKansas, at Law1
14, Saturday, morning Senior
16-17, Monday and Tuesday.
Temple Minneapolis Sym
17, Tuesday Convocation. An
nual junior program.
18, Wednesday, U106 Platform
18, Wednesday, TJ10G Platform
20, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Lincoln
Hotel Sophomore hop.
18, Wednesday, 6:50 to 7:30
Y. M. C.' A. "Tho Tendency
in Athldtics." Geo. M. Pinneo.
20, Friday, 8:30, Lincoln Ilotel
21, Saturday, 2:30 p. m., Athletic
Field Dual track meet' Ne
braska-Minncsota. " ,
27, Friday, 8;30 p, in., Fratern
ity TTall Freshman hop.
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