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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
, THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Published by ..
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION DOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Mnnnnlng Editor ,A. II. DINSMORE
Afisoolato Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Asaoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
ABslatnnt Manngor....C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Mnnngor....J. V. MORRISON
Athletics and Military. .T. J. HARORAVE
Society and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nebraska Hall .II. ,? . "OUOII
Sciences and German.. E. J. HUBERMAN
EiiKlncor iik R. A. huntinutuw
-ATfi Innltnrnl .-rEh-Hr-OR AVK
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Temple a. u. uavih
Library and University Hall.. If. H. HUBS
Asslstnnt Reporters V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
Editorial and Business Offloo:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDO.
Poitotflcc, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
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Entered at tho postofilco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ib second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
MARCH 10, 1011.
havo driven tho good Samaritan to
despair. Tho Nebraskan docs not
want favor for favor. All It asks is a
, Did you Bee him yesterday? Per
haps it made you feel like the equator
on a sunny day or tho north role in
a blizzard that fur cap.
The grass has begun to grow and 1b
easily trampled out. Nothing makes
a campus look worse than to see a
baro space along the side of each
walk with hero and there a cut-off. It
is up to each one to stay off tho grnBB
now and give It a chance to grow. Wo
havo too little at Nebraska to afford
to have any killed. There Is one ugly
nth hntwopn. tlm. jvnlk, nppQHltn . theJ
Administration building and tho east
end of tho Armory. Students insist
on making thU short cat when thoy
aro late to class and find it convenient
at other times as well. It would not
look half bo bad to have a walk in its
place. It would rather improve the
appearance of tho campus besides be
ing a groat convenience.
REV. 0. W. FIfER IS CHOSEN
NEBRASKA ALUMNUS TO PREACH
Wednesday night tho intorfrnternlty
-oounoll met-and traiiBttctedbUBlneBB-l
which was of Interest to tho univer
sity. Every effort was made by a re
porter of tho Nebraskan to And out
what happened. IIo made inquiries of
several members of tho council and
waB told that there wob nothing for
publication and that everything was
secret. However, he was Informed
that a certain person might give out
something that would bo of IntoreBt
and every effort was put forth In try-
Rev. O. W. Fifer, pastor of the
Graco Methodist Episcopal church in
Des Moines, has been selected to
preach tho baccalaureate Bermon at
tho commencement exercises next
June. Ho graduated from tho Univer
sity of Nebraska, taking .his bachelor
of-Hterature-deKrooT In-OSSO-and- tho
master of arts(ln 189C.
After graduation Rev. Flfer spent
some time hb a reporter on the State
Journal. Later he decided to enter
tho ministry and ufter being ordained
was assigned a pastorate in Nebraska
Two years wore spent at Genova, from
which place he went to York, where
he remained about five years. Rev.
Flfer then received tho call to tho
Graco Methodist church at Des Moines.
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There Is as Much Class to My
Spring Hats as $4 or $5
Will Buy Anywhere
WHY PAY MORE?
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Ing to get hold of this special person
who alone was empowered to make
disclosures. Ho could not be found
and no amount of ringing tho tele
phone from tho time the council ad
journed until midnight could arouse
Yesterday morning tho Stato Jour
nal contained an account of what had
happened and also "the list of commit-
-tees-appointed, -tlndor- tho olrcum
stances this is most aggravating. Tho
Nebraskan is trying to furnish Its
readers with all the news whilo it Is
news. It does not ask for any special
favors, but does demand that tho so
cieties and organizations of tho uni
vorsity, rogardless of what they are
or of whom thoy are composed,' show
It the Bamo courtoBlos that aro extend
ed to tho city papers. Whether this
was Intended as an Insult or a call
down or what not for tho Nebraskan,
1b Immaterial. It Is something which
any college paper would resent as be
ing, discourteous in tho oxtreme.
Tho intorfratornity council is not
' alone in showing such discrimination.
TJierQ..iirjD jilUqra. ivhaJiaxe-rofused to-
lot tho NehraBkan havo anything un
til after it had been published In the.
city papers.. Theso same persons are
not afraid to come Into our office with
a glib tongue and a 'complacent smilo
and ask favors, that to grant would
Ho has showed himself nn efficient
pastor in a leading church In that city
and Is an eloquent speaker. When
tho news of the choice spread about
tho campus there was a great deal of
9, 10, 11 Interstate high school bas
ketball tournament, Armory.
10 Vesper service, Memorial hall, 5
11 Catholic Students' club,
room,. Temple, 8 p. in.
11 Mrs. ID. B. Conant, song recital,
Temple, 11 a. m.
1C Annual junior class convocation,
Temple,' 11 a. m. T
18 Junior play, "A Message from
Mars," Oliver theater, 8:15 p. m.
21 Convocation, Dr. Louise Pound on
23 University Cadet band concert.
24 Union Literary society play .at
Was a record breaker in our
hat department. .We are
selling the best hats in Lin-
we sell as good a $2.50 hat
as anybody's. At $2.40 all
leading $3.00 brands, and at
$2.90 we match all $4 com
mers. Why not save 60c?
Palace Clothing Go.
1419 "O" Street
BLACK AND TAN
We aro checking in snappy now lines of Men's Spring Oxfords almost
every day there are some particularly attractive models In Hanan
and Stetson lasts In both Tan and Black,
at $5.00 and $6.00
Men's Oxfords at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.. You will find a good lino
at these prices, both Tans and Black, In olther tho newest extreme
lasts with high-arch, high-heel and high-toe, or the more conservative
styles for the men who prefer them. Wo carry them In all sizes and
widths from AA up to "E.
Shoo Section Main Floor.
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON RONS
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