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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Tjhe Daily Nebraskan
TUB PROPERTY ov
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
THK STUDENT PUBLICATION HOARD
Editor K. p Frederick
Manaalng Editor . .Carl J. I Lord
AHOcTata Ed tor T. M. EdQocombo
Ateoolate Editor n. D nawiey
.. ... n. c. Klddoo
AMlttant 'Manager V. C. Hatoall
Editorial and ualnoaa onicoj
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under tho Act of Congress of March Z,
Advertisements for the want column
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Jmertlonj three Insertions twenty-five
cents five Insertions forty cents.
iv.'xt .Friday evening. In addi
tion I ho nddrcbfl given by Mra
Sal leek, promdent of the Com
mercial CJIub of Lincoln, the pro
gram promises to be unusually in
teresting. All the music is" to bo
i'urnishod by members of the
class, and the class gift, a six-
foot statue of "Diana Ttobing,"
is to be presented-by the claps
president, I jester AVeaver. Miss
Susan (lillette will deliver the
valedictory address and iMiss
Bessie Sterner the salutatory.
The senior class enjoyed an
outing in the way of a picnic
last Wednesday. They went t
"Ray's Place," about six miles
from Norfolk, an ideal spot f ,
picnic, overlooking the Klkhorn
Memorial exercises were ob
served in all the schools Friday
afternoon. Mr. .1. W, Bovee. in
behalf of the 0. A. It. post and
other contributors presented the
high school with a large, hand
TllllKSB-AY, JUNK 2. 11)10.
This is the last issue of "Tho
Daily Nebraskan" for this' semester,
We will revive those times, and
in our memories preserve and still
keep f Perth; like flowers, in water,
those happier days. Kiehert.
Moonlight Bench Olub.
The Moonlight Bench Club will
meet nightly on the campus at f)
o'clock' sharp. Meetings will be
gin tonight by order of
The Straw Hat Sea
son is on. Imported English rough straws are the
real swell thing this year, selling at $3.00, 9o.au
and $4.00. China split straw, $1.00 and up. Soft
straws, $1.50 up. Panamas, $3.50 to $10. and others
MAQEE & DEEMER
Specializing KENSINGTON CLOTHES They Fit
LIST TO THE CALL.
All ye aspiring journalists
hearke"h to "ye calle of ye stu
dtnte publication horde. Alio
application for ye .jobc on ye
"Rag" must be in right merrily
to ye Kccretarie 'epe the rosy sun
tint ye pine with gold.
The paste pot is empty. Large
nicks mar the edge of the shears.
The last grimy consignment of
copy has traveled the long road.
Nothing remains but to draw our
feet from their accustomed hole
English Olub Considering Its
The English Club of the uni
versity is considering the propo
sition of publishing a university
literary magazine. The mutter
has been under consideration for
some time and will be definitely
taken up at the next meeting.
Miss ICstellt' Morrison has been
elected editor of the magazine in
its present tentative form. jThe
main dilliculty which the club
faces is getting out a publication
of this kind is in securing Mho
student support. The difficulty
which the Daily Nebraskan has
encountered in paying out leads
to some misgivings as to the prac-
Wken You Graduate
You want to be well dressed want to know that
the suit you wear is absolutely correct. The line
we have to show you will please the most particu
lar man who wants to buy.
FAR O UHAR
these outings to be a source of
great pleasure and fun. They
will certainly promote good fel
lowship and keep the department
just as lively, as any in school.
.Miss Sylvia Killian of Waboo'
was at the Pi Phi house last
from School a few weeks ago.
night. She is n her wafc to
.Montana. Miss Killian withdYih
SEE ME FOR STRAWS
CAUSE YOU CANT GET
'EM AT HOME.
1415 O ST.
wider the desk, slain the roll-top
shut and .walk out. The sem
ester is gone.
.. Printer's ink is elusize stun",
and subtle. Of eritieism we have
received our .share; but criticism
is that which spurs men to work
at all. Ofcommcmlation we have
received oud shaiv; it comes al
ways as encouragement. Li la
paste, they are a necessity Ho the
The smell of damp, fresh paper
still clings to the office. The lit-
ier oi wrappers is a pari or me
fixtures. The rain spots on the
window have become a part of
the landscape. The only ever
changing, ceaseless chain of inci
dents to the old office is the staff.
Like us, they work "a while, they
try -to serve Nebraska. They, be
ing human, come and go. We go.
tieability of pulling it on a pay-!
ing basis. The literary nature of!
the publication, as was pointed
out recently, might lead to its
financial success as opposed to
the Daily Nebraskan.
Nearly every other college of
this size in the United States sup
ports some kind of monthly liter
ary magazine aside from their
college paper, ami many of them
support a comic weekly as well.
NORFOLK HIGH SCHOOL.
Mouthers of the senior class of
the. high school, the school faculty
and members of the board of ed
ucation attended the evening ser
vices at the First Methodist
church last Sunday, where Dr.
flindrill delivered the baccalau
reate sermon. A number of tho
other churches in the city united
, in the service. A largo audience
The commencement exercises
ull be held in the opera house
A NOVEL PLAN.
Forest Olub to 'Hold Field Tour
naments. A plan was launched at the
last meeting of the Forest Club
to hold field tournaments at least
once . month during the coming
year. These, will be held on Sat
urday afternoons. -AU 'students
in the department together with
the professors- will participate.
They will all go to the count n
and there it is planned to camp
and practice packing horses,
packing men, rifles and revolv
ers, shooting, tent pitching, camp
cooking, estimating distances and
many other thing's which are es
sential for all-round fiold develop
ment of a forester and yet are not
included in ' the university cur
riculum or laboratory courses.
Besides gotting all this practi
cal experience, the. men expect
Ray Koijjer, '08, was on the
ciimpus yesterday greeting oh;
l'i lends lie is back on a short
isit from Cheyenne. Wyoming,
where he is making good with
ihe I'nion Pacific.
Prof. V. K. Nicholson, charter
member of Nebraska Beta Theta
Pi, and district chief of this dis-
i rid, was in, Lincoln recently and
visited the jieta house. Profes
sor Nicholsoli is tho head of the
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J Dreitmaker of Style and Economy
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