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. TH, DAI't'Y NEBRASICAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
: TUB PnOPISRTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY' OF NEBRASKA,
THH STUDENT PUBMCATIpN BOARD
Editor S. 0. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORE
Assoclato Editor T. M EDGECOMBE
Ausoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
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Nebraska Hall II. C. HOUGH
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Engineering R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. II. GRAVES
Law -A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University Hall.. II. 8. HUSE
Assistant Reporters.. V. A. STURM
IC. 8. WHERRY
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under the Act of Congress of March 3,
APRIL 27, 1911.
Wo are to hnvo band concerts on
tho cnmpiiB this spring and how nlco
It would he to have the grounds look
nlco. Tho concerts will bo plcimnnt
nffnlrs, but If the dandelions are left
to havo thoir own way things will Ce
finite different. No one cares to come
to n.wced pntch. A groon campus is
Inviting, to say the least It is neces
sary that ovory university havo one.
Tho Nebraska enmpus is perhaps
among the smalest of the largo uni
versities.. But it can bo made to look
well. It hohooves ovory man and wo
man in tho university that they do all
falsity also appears upon n little in
vestigation. One of tho clnsseB in this depart
ment has bcon conducting A scries ol
investigations of seVornl social ques
tions, an account of which was pub
lished some time ago. Rev. Carroll 1b
n member of this class. It is the com
piled results of this work which are
tho documents referred to. Unfortu
nately for the political muck-rake
aVtlst, noither Dr. Howard nor Profes
sor Aylesworth hnve anything to do
with it. It is untier the direction of
'Dr. Lucile Eaves. And the work is not
submitted to tho committee of any po
litical party for Its approval.
No matter what conies up in a cam
paign, the university is nlways tho
victim of attack. What can be gained
from this is indeed a difficult thing
to see. However, it would ho a good
thing if a fow people outside of the
university would look to their own af
fairs and investigate circumstances at
the university a little more thoroughly
before making any wildcat assertions.
Any political party or faction can gain
nothing and lose a whole lot by such
DR. POYNTER DOES NOT APPEAR.
Large Audience Gathers at Y. M. C.
A. to Hear Second of Life Series.
Owing to an unexpected call, Dr.
Chits. W. M. Poynter was unable to
address the meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
laBt evening, Dr. .Poynter's talk was
to have been the second of the series
of llfo work talkB and a large audi
ence had assembled to hear him. Con
siderable enthusiasm has been aroused
over this series of meetings, and
other prominent men have consented
An effort toward beautifying the
campus has boon initiated at the Uni
versity of Michigan. Dead or diseased
treeB will bo removed. An attempt will
bo mado to close paths which havo
been worn across tho lawn, and orna
mental shrubs and flower beds will
be set out.
High Heels and Dome
in their power to make it bo. Get out
and dig dandelions next Friday ufter
noon. About a year ago no llttlo disgrace
came to tho student body. All were
requested to get out and pick the
stone off tho athletic field. Only a
few responded. The rest were afraid
of work. They feared that they would
be laughed at for stooping to manual
labor. Tho vanity of some men casta
reflections on tho peacock. Such in
difference should not be present
Dandelion day. Everyone should get
out and, work.
Y. W. C. A. and other girls meet at
tho Temple at 4 o'clock Thursday to
go in a crowd to" the state farm grove
for violets. 129-2t
Important mooting of junior Ivy day
committee today at 11:30. All mem
E. R. SPAULDING,
Tho Lincoln Dally Star published
Tuesday ovonlng tho startling news
that tho headquarters of tho "commit
tee of 23" was located In the sociology
department of the unlvorslty. More
than that the Information liad been
obtained from "authentic" sources. Dr.
Howard, Professor Aylesworth, and
Reverend Carroll, a graduate Btudent,
were by Inference and otherwise ac
cused of bplng tho mainstays In the
Such statement is a direct affront
lo tho university. OC course, no one
mud, hut, nevertheless, In spite of tho
lact of any foundation, such. asser
tions are detrimental to the. institu
tion. While1 tho slncorlty of the ar
ticle Is to bo questioned, the bald
27 Cosmopolitan club, banquet hall,
Temple, 7:30 p. m.
28 Sophomoro hop, Lincoln hotel;
28 Dandelion day, 1:30 p. m., no af
29 Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. banquet,
St. Paul's, C p. m. '
3 Ivy day.
4 Government Inspection of cadets.
4 University band concert on the
6 Teener, science hall of Temple,
8 p. m.
10 Law barbecue.
27 Senior class play, Oliver theater.
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 Cream for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
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Regimental Band Walt's Orchestra
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Gentlemen: Afternoon! and EreaLnxt. La4lu
and Qentlemen, Monday and Friday tfrenlata.
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