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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
, Published by
THB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
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APRIL 28, 1911.
THEY ARE QOING.
Woe to the dandelions! Before the
sua goea down tonight the Inst yollow
flower wllf "have cewed Iff bloomon
tho Unlvorslty of Nebraska cnrnpus.
No longer will the Irresistible and
groedy roota rob the grasses of their
nourishment. This will bo one of the
grandest days In the hlBtory of tho In
stitution. It Is something unique which
will long bo remembered. If a suc
cess, this day will nlwayB bo a monu-
mont to tho enterprise nnd Industry of
our student body. It moans more than
tho eradication of dandelions. It 1b
tertnlnment and1 the university public
should provide the funds,
Every, man and woman in the uni
versity, , without any exceptions what
soever, should buy a ticket before Sat
urday night. It will be a great help
to the committee, nnd no one will have
to bother about It when he reaches
tho farm. There is no ubo in putting
off in the hope that there will be a
bargain for tickets will not go at a re
duced rate. There is going to be no
reductions of any sort and it will cost
as much to get In to see the last stunt
as it will for the ' whole afternoon's
program. Do not be trifling and pro
crastinating. Learn to be accommo
dating by buying a ticket right away.
No, they are -not "dandy,"
These pesky campus weeds,
For every little yellow hend
Produces scores of seeds.
There's not a thing that's ''dandy"
About these nasty plants,
For when you sit down on them,
They spoil your rilco white pants.
Or if you wear the other clothes,
They stain your summer dresses.
When you sit down with your young
Geo! how such a thing distresses!
Go for the dandelions,
Dig, dig, dig;
And so pllo up credits,
Big, big, big.
The Rag Is Our Friend
80PHOMORE HOP TONIGHT.
Comes as a Climax to DarTdelion Day
Celebrations. Ab a climax to the Dandelion day
celebrations, the sophomore hop will
bo held at the Lincoln hotel tonight.
The sale of tickets was much heavier
yesterday nnd n good crowd is assured.
Howover, tho number is limited so
that there is no danger of the hall
being overcrowded. No tickets will be
sold at tho door.
It brings us more bysiness than any
It has been a big factor in the de
velopment of the Palace.
It has made big buyers and big
sellers of us.
That's why we can sell $2.50
Hats at $ 1 .90 and the best Fifteen
and Twenty Dollar Suits in town.
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 O ST.
3.50 SHOE FOR 2.50
TAN, PAT AND GUN MET
AL SHORT VAMP AND
HIGH TOES. BUDD14150I
an outgrowth of the greater Nebraska
spirit of which wo are so proud.
This is tho first step taken by the
students to beautify the campus. It 1b
a chance to show the real Nebraska
spirit and will register its warmth In
the hearts of Nebraska men and wo
men. This arternoon-wo Bhall know
how loyal the students are. There
will bo no need of farther Inquiry to
ascertain whether a few only are true
NebraskanB. The man or woman
willing to work for the unlvorslty Is
all right Tho thing that will Btand
around Is a useless ornament without
a place in all the universe of creation.
AndJJia sooner it reaolvoB itself into
tho elements, the sooner will Us com
ponent parts become a benefit to man
kind, though it may bo to enrich the,
soil only. Let iTb hope and prove that
there are nono of these ornaments In
tho University of Nebraska,
THINK OF-MONEY ONCE.
Tho great spring holiday for tho
.jinlyersltY comes .nex"t Wednesday.
Considerable expense will bo incurred
and it Is necessary to have money to
meet these expenses. It Is a great
day and the entertainment will bo un
paralleled. But medals and lunches
can not bo had without money. The
committee is going to furnish the en
NOTICE TO FRESHMEN.
All freshmen are requested to ap
pear on tho campus today at 1:30 p.
m. As you all know, Dandelion day is
to bo tried for the first tlmo In the
University of Nebraska. This is a
movement which should meet tho ap
proval and encouragement of all.
lAs shown in another part of this
paper, each class will have Its portion
of tho campus to weed.' Why not
have the freshmen's quarter 'the best
on tho campus? Though there may
be no prizes awarded, yet it would bo
a sourco of 'pleasure to know that we
excelled. No claBB ha& a right to be
more Interested In tho campus, for no
clase has longer to remain on it.
Therefore let us turn out in full num
bers and show our Nebraska spirit by
doing our share In the beautifying' of
our grounds. Remember -the slogan of
tho Olympics. "No Bluffers: all work
EARL, W. BRANNON,
Tans Are It!
We show the
Lasts at .
$4.00 and $5.00
Best Values Ever
Chn ? ri7
Booker T. Washington,, in address
ing the students at Wisconsin, said
that he considered tho, manual laborer
as well educated as the college grad
uate. He said he sees no difference
between the head and the hands.
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