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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAlLT NEBRASKAN
TUB PROPERTY OF
TUB . UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
THB'STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor - S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. N. DINSMORE
Assoclnto Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
AHSOcluto Editor RICHARD MEYER
"Mffnngcr...T,,r.-.-;.-.TVT Cr IIASCALL
ABfllatnnt Managor....C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manner.... J. V. MORRISON
AthletlcH mid Military. .T. J. HARORAVE
Society und Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
NobraHka-Hall II. C. HOUGH
Sclcncon and Gorman.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Bnirlncci luff R. A. JIUNTlNaTON
AKrlcultural E. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and UnlvcrBlty IlalL.H. S. HUSE
, Assistant RoportcrH V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDO.
Poitofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
0UD8CRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payablo In Advance.
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INDIVIDUAL N0TICE8 will bo charged
for at tho rata of 10 conts tho Insertion
for ovory fifteen words or fraction there
of. Faculty notlccB und University bul
letins will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Bccond-clasu mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
APRIL r, t11.
Next Thursday the Hopliomorc Hns3
will elect a umnaKinK editor and a
huslncER manager for tho Cornhuslcer.
Those poHitlons tooth mean rcaiionsi
bVlltyiuitITioniSrrorlliTiBT; yrho-irre o
fortunate aB to obtain them. For this
loiiBon the class voters should be cau
tious In their selections. The man
should be chosen on his merits alone,
and not because he Is, or Is not, alllll
ated with this or that organization.
Competency should be the sole test ap
plied. Ho not vote for a man simply for
given during the school year and
fltnnds for high intellectual develop
ment. A play is something that can
not be got up in n alnglo day. It re
quires weeks of planning and rehears
ing, to say nothing of the study of the
character roles. Only a nominal
charge is made nnd there is no reason
why -the Templo should not he packed
when the curtain rises for the first
Onlytwo days are left in which to
visit the leglBlutu.ro. HTwIirndJourn
noxt Thursday ni.iiot meet ngaln for
two years. Students who hntfe been
unable to attend any of the sessions
up to the- present time should avail
themselves of this opportunity.
MISS SCHAER SINGS AT TEMPLE.
Undergraduate Song Recital Pleases
MIsb Amalla Schaer gave an under
graduate Bong recital at the Temple
Tuesday evening which delighted all
those present. The program was well
chosen and most fittingly adapted to
the voice of the singer. The program
Scene and Romance from
Scene and Romance from
"Lc Villi" Puccini
Die Ilunge Nonne Schubert
Her Hidalgo Schumann
Ein Sch wan Grieg
Ask .Me No More Converse
A Song of April Manney
Im wundersrhonen Monat Mai.. Rogers
-JbUfUYjejui(LL..iJ. -! u La Forge
Unseel .. .V Salter
A Sky of Roses Salter
Songs of Two Lives Do Lara
There was a Song
Into My Life
Through Life There Runs n Chain
Across the World.
(Mr. Mills at the piano.)
Me and the BU DD
town is yours, $2.5
sang the iiiTTrR
naSilfln lair In nR I I Ell
the rube in a BUDD $2.50 HAT. 1415 0 St.
the reason thai jou have promised
him. It 1b hardly necessary to say
that the student should not promise
IiIb vote und cuht his ballot according
to good judgment. Indeed. It takes
considerable nerve on the part of a
politician to ask any one to vote for
htm, but this is a peculiar characteris
tic of the class and they will all do ll
in spite of What people think. 1Mb
wrong to attempt to make n man favor
you for the simple reason that he htiZ
been tho ilrat to ask for support. V
In choosing a managing editor it
should be remembered that a man Is
wanted who can bo trained for the edi
torial position of the year book'of 1913
Ho should bo qualified in every sense
of tho word so that he can get out a
book that will be a credit to tho uni
venjlti. Members of the sophomore
class should cast all prejudice aside
and forgot their promises of support,
voting for the man according to his
Remember that the Dramatic club
is going to present "Christopher Jed
liury Jr.," next Saturday evening at
Ahe Temple. The former productions
toy tho club have always been of a
high standard and well worth the timo
of those who saw fit to attend,- Re
member that it Is an Institution of tho
university. It is ono of the best things
(i Convocation, song recital by Mrs.
Helms, Memorial hall. 11 a. m.
G Sophomore class meeting, Memo
rial hall 11:30 a. m.
7 Vespers, Memorial hall, fi p. m.
7 Union Literary society play, Tem
ple. 8 Dramatic club play, "Christopher,
Junior," Templo theatOr, 8:30
10 Recital- lecture, Mrs." Edw. Mac-
Dowell, Temple, 8 p. m.
12 Spring vacation begins, G p. m.
THE WELL DRESSED MAN
Buys Popular Priced Clothes
And More of Them
You Can Always Have a New Suit
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS
1218 O STREET
The Dramatic Club
Temple Oigph. SeMaol Plsiy
WEDNESDAY, Aps H2 25c and &5e
J. C. WOOD and CO,
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
18122 N St. Auto 1292 ' Bell 147
CLEANERS and DYERS c V!GBV
fpnL-jz Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
SnS!l35B0Sjfif" ThB 0rcat St"' Water Swimming Pool
tMfGij ITwVffiUfl&i llOUKSi lAdlcw. Morning Ktcopt Sunday.
W . L9wiTTOWWK5?r:r' 14!
r Tf ViSHnitf 4.
h and U Slree's. Special Paities Arranged For
Scfene in Act Il.of Charles Klein's Powerful Play
mie Third Degree!'
which comes to the
Oliver Theatre Today 2:30 and 8:15 and Thursday NiglSt
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