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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PA1LY JvEBR4M
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor.. .' J..S. O, COTNER
Managing Editor A. th plNSMOtUS
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APRIL 8, 1911.
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thlgg every oijo f hould ha,yo found jput
icing ago. upncontrntioA is tno oasis
of his unusual success. When this
man works at ono thing ho works at
it and nothing olso. His wholo force
is concentrated on tho, single task bo
fojru hinj. Ali other matter's aro for
that timo put out of tho ran go of his
thought. When tho task is finished he
is ready for another. It is theso men
who aro leaders in our school, and
they aro tho ones who try to put as
bnuch into- tho university- as th,ey tako
There aro many who try to ontor
tain a thousand ideas in their heads
at ono timo. Consequently thoro is a
jumbled conglomeration that is al
most equivalent to nothing. Theso
pooplo jump from ono thing to another
and it is ho uncommon thing to see
them flustratod and worriod. Every
littlo thing bothers them and they
spend moro timo fidgeting about than
it would requiro tho other typo of men
to overcomp tho obstacle
Tho students say before tho dance,
'Away, yo cabmen never moro."
But when tho fatal night arrives,
Tho cabs aro called as days of
"MR. BOB" A 8UCCE88.
Now for tho bulldogs and other
enhino variqties which froquont tho
campus! Thursday a university man
had his hand lacerated In attempting
-to. part two of thoanimnls which had
ongag'ed,1 in a fight, "jjno of Iheso
bulldogs 'has becomo so numerous that
hq Is a nulBanco. Not a football gamo
or any other event can tako placo
witho.ut somoono must bring his mas
cot or guardian, whlchoyor it happens
to bo. Tboap animals havo their placo,
And thoy dp not belong at tho univer
sity. If thoy can not bp kept at homo
thoy should bo turned over to tho dog
Unions Stage a Good Performance at
Temple Theater Last Night.
Tho Union Literary socloty last
night successfully -stnged tho comody
"Mr. Bob" before a full house in tho
Templo theater. Tho parts woro vory
well taken and tho audience onjoyed
tho production immejnBoly.
The caBt was.aB folIoWsT
Marlon Bryant "Mr. Bob"
Katherlno Luke Lois Smith
Phillip Luke Kathorlno's cousin..
Aunt Becky Luko Novo Thomas
Jonklns, a butler Wado Goblo
Patty, a maid Ina Richards
Brown'. Harry Hough
My $3.50 Oxfords for men this
spring have more snap than some
of the other stores show at $4.00
and $5.00. I buy my shoes made
to order on $4.00 and $5.00 lasts.
my shoes might bring $5.00 down JF Cstf
town better you see em. JLHrJLst w dip
catcher or shot. Tho ownors of dogs
would do well tor tako caro of thorn
and do tho university public a favor
by kooping them away from tho
grounds and buljdinga.
FRIDAY EXERCI8E8 ENDED.
Ono day this wook tho freshman law
class took up a collection and sent a
member of their body who is Bick in a
hospital a beautiful bunch of flowers.
This Is tho proper consideration to
snow for othors and tho Bplrit of the
laws is to bo commended.
TCHE. POWER OF CONCENTRATION.
Did you ovor'notico that tho men
who aro tho busiest have tho most
timo? Havo you not wondered many
t'imGB as you saw them seldom in a
hurry .and never oxolted, but still ac
complishing an amazing lot" of" work?
They seem to havo timo to attend uni
versity functions of all sorts and aro
.alwayB hi tho forofront of every col
lpgo, movo. Perhaps you aro trying
, tp'pnd timo to got your own lessons
ajuthjin, enn not rest for a slnglo hour
jjtlfojugottlng b'ohlnd; You havo
Lofton thought tiiat this was all because
t the opor fellow waa naturally orignt-i
'ori aHtnoVo'"quick-to-learn-t'han your-
Vesper Service Yesterday the LaBt of
Series A Good Attendance.
Tho last YOBper service of this year
Was bold at Memorial hall last even
ing. Thp attendanco was largo and
Will no doubt lnsuro a continuance of
tho sorylcqa in tho fall.
Professor Molzer played a beautiful
violin. poo. H& alsp took Mr. Walt's
placo in the string quartet, Mr. Walt
being ill. Tho quartqt and organ gave
a number frqm the Peer Gynt suite.
But this is not tho reason. He has
discovered ono littlo secret that you
have been unablo to stumble upon. It
la really no secret at all, hut some
8 Dramatic club play, "Christopher,
, Junior," Templo theater, 8:30
8 Tegner society, banquet hall, Tem
plo, 8 p. m.
8 Catholic Students' club, science
hall, Temple, 8 p. m.
10 Recital- lecture, Mrs. Edw. Mac
Dowolli Temple, 8 j.,m. f
lj Spring jytjeaon ends, "8 a, m.
19 Baron d'Estournellos do Constant,
Temple, 8 p. m.'
22 Dramatic" cluif try-outs.
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