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THE DAILY NEBKASKAN
THIS PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORE
ABsoolato Editor T.' M. EDGECOMBE
Aasoolata Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C, IIASCALL
Auuiatant Manngor....Q. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Managor....J. V. MORRISON
Athletics nnd Military.. T. J.'lIARORAVE
Society and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nebraska Hall... II. C. HOUGH
Solonccs and German.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. H. GRAVES
Law.. A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University HalL.H. S. HUSE
Assistant Reporters V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
cause of 'a tendeitcyltaxIlBcourage rath
cr than promote peace, seem without
foundation. This wns evidenced by
the way Uiobo taking drill turned out
to hear the lecture of Daron do Con
Btant at convocation yesterday. The
boys who were to don their uniforms
nt the close of tho address' wore the
oncB most interested in what was saidi
Thoy seemed to appreciate the re
marks made and paid the closest at
tention. If every man in the world
had to drill an hour four nights In tne
week, tho advent of a wnrlcss era
would not be fnr distant.
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under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
APRIL 20, 1011.
Vacations now arc over, but is all
that studying dono that you had
planned? No longer con you go to the
back work will be finished during the
spring vacation. There are seven
weeks more In which to ponder on
tho uncertain and make an end or a
beginning to all the troubles of this
school year. Over, yes over. The only
thing that will remain is to toll ma and
pa how it all happened. If you nro
one of tho unfortunates, who thought
It more profitable to while away the
drowsy spring days on tho campus
Perhaps the freshmen nro to blame
in tho groater' part for tho habit of
leaving convocation Just before tho
close of the period in order to be pres
ent at the class roll call. There is no
necessity for leaving before the exorcises-
are over. If convocation happens
to be long, do not worry. You are get
ting out of thnt much anxiety over
recitations. Your Instructors will not
plnco tardy marks after your namo be
cause these same instructors will not
care, to admit in writing that they wero
either absent from convocation or
guilty of steullng away in tho midst
of the meeting.
COMMENCEMENT AT THE FARM.
Dr. I. F.
Roach Preaches the
This is commencement week for the
school of agriculture. The baccalau
reate sermon was pronched last Sun
day evening by Rev. I. I Roach nt St.
Paul's church. Tho alumni banquet
will bo held Thursday evening and
the graduation exercises Friday night
in Memorial hall. Tho second battal
lon of cadets Is encamped this week
on "uTefaf ill rampus; Some of- the of'
Hcers from the first hnttalion are at
the farm, and tho cadet band is to
furnish music several days this week
for parades and at the competitive
Tho exerclseB hove been saddened
by tho death of Principal DavlBson last
week. Tho baccalaureate sermon was
in part a memorlnl of tho late professor.
The New Spring Styles in
Regal Shoes are here, and are
more attractive than ever: Re
member these shoes come in
quarter sizeswe can fit any
foot. Your money refunded
for any pair of Regal Shoes
that does not give perfect sat
isfaction. If you try one pair
you will wear no other kind as
long as Regal Shoes are made.
SPEIER & SIMON
Northeast Corner 10th and 0 Sts.
GIRLS-I WANT YOU TO BRING YOUR FEET INTO
MY SAMPLE STORE AND PUT THEM INSIDE
MY CLASSY SHOES.
ALL KINDS' AND SIZES.
BUDD 1415 O UPSTAIRS
benches or to corner your friends In
tho hall where the breeze came
through and chat, working your brain
overtime to devise schemes to pre
pare lessons without exertion, if you
are one of these, remopiber that you
aro now having tho last chance. Ex
aminations nro almost upon us. Now
is tho time, and. the study room the
place forget the girl for a few 'days,
court industry nnd hard labor, and
raise tho standard of scholarship at
Nebraska by keeping yourself out of
tho 'flunk list. Got busy, get busy;
only seven woeks more!
SENIORS RECEIVE GIFTS.
Lawyers Presented With Copy of
Members of the senior law class yes
terday each received a copy of Cob
boy's Annotated Statutes of Nebraska.
The books aro bound. in black leather
and aro popularly known as tho biblo
edition, nnd sell for ilfteen dollars.
Tho donor is Judge J. B. pdbbey of
Beatrice, the compiler.
A NICE DAINTY LUNCH FOR MINE
A nice hot snappy drink on a cold day, and then there are
other soda drinks, too. Egg Drinks, Lemonades, Crushed
Fruits, in fact anything in the drinkable line you might desire.
Dainty Punches for parties, Delicious Brick Ice Crqam for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
1307 O STREET
The Spots Won't Come Back If Cleaned at
di-rnmunk j j
Arguments ngainst the military de
partments of tho state universities bo-
No Y. M. C. A. mid-week meeting
-was held last niglit on account of it
being the first Wednesday after tho
recess. Meetings will be held as usual
beginning Wednesday night.
Grand Military Ball
Saturday Evening, May 13th
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
Tin ureal salt Water swimming PhI
XIOUllS i Ladles, Mornlnijs Kxoept Bandars,
uentlemen. Afternoons andOsvenlngs. Ladles
and Gentlemen, Monday and Friday Krealitfi.
141k and y Strtilt. Special Partlii Amend Fw
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