The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 28, 1911, Image 4

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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May 3, 1911 Full Holiday
IVY DAY
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University Farm
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Admittance to Stunts and Lunch, 25c
DANDELION DAY DEGINS
' TODAY AT 1:30 SHARP
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Continued from Pngo 1
commlttco was aIbo choson this morn
ing to co-oporato wltU tho mon. ,
Kinds of DandolioriB."
Dandelions aro of two bpocIob on
tho 'campus. Thoro la tho blghoadod
kind that haB groonlsh "BcedB" and
coarBor loavcB. It haB been, horo many
years. Tho other Is Bmall headed, and
its ''BCddB" aro Ted, while Its loavcB
aro 'lnoro flnoly cut and slashed. It
Is a' rdcont Immigrant. Both aro" for
olgn tyyndorg that camo from Europo
toAmorlba In tho'eaTlydays and havo
spread iwostwnrdv , Originally they
camo frpm Adla, DrlVo outttho yel
low ABlatlcs.
Committee Meets Again Today,
A ton mlnuto mooting of thb ontlro
Dandollon day committee wl.U bo hold
today at 11: GO o'clock in." room 102"
Unlvorslty hall. Every man and wo
man whoso namo appeared In tho list
published yesterday should T)o"prosont.'
( It will only tako ton minutes, but ov
' ory momber should bo on hand.
By order of
C. E. BESSEY,
Genoral Chairman.
. E. H. HAHNE,
Chairman Men's Committee
MARY GRAHAM,
pbalrman. Women's Commlttoo,
ORAHD REYIEW AND PARADE
M08T ELABORATE MILITARY EX
ERCISE ever. Held
' " AT tiEBRA8KA.
Ono of tho most olaborato military
exercises over hold at Nebraska oc
curred yeBtorday when the Spanish
American war veterans reviewed tho
regiment. Thoro woro about 250 vet
erans present and all loudly applauded
tho skill of tho cadotB. Tho regular
regimental parade and review took
ftlaco on Nebraska field, and groat Im
provement was manifest throughout
tho exorcise.
Aftor tho rovlow tho seven, com
panies, rango detachment and band In
full parade order escorted tho veter
ans to their headquarters at tho Lin
doll hotel. Tho companies lined up In
rogimental formation in front of the
hotel and gave tho military salute.
Thoy then marched back to tho
armory.
Men's Clothes
There isn't a clothing stoie in Ne
braska that will "COME NEARER"
pleasing you in a 'Spring Suit than
right here in this "HOME OF GOOD
CLOTHES."
LET US PROVE IT.
FARQUHAR
Suits $15.00 to $40.00
VE8PER8 FOR TODAY.
Tired Laborers May Attend Restful
Meeting at 5 O'clock.
Tho last vesper service of tho season
will bo hold at 5 o'clock today. ' Tho
dandelion program will bo ovor by that
tlmo and tho Borvlco will provo restful
to tho tired workers. Tho chorus and
string quartet will furnish, tho music.
if its PRINTING Y0U WAHT
Soo Us Before Ordering Elsowhere
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
Herpolsheimer's Gaft
Dinner 11)30 to 1:30 ORa
Supper 5:30 to 7:30 fiuC
ALSO CAFETERIAS STYLE
Hot Waflts with Haplt Syrup lOt
KMa vSl
NEBRASKA IS OUT OF IT
in tfollego base ball this year without a
'Varsity team. Consequently added impor
tance attaches to Intor-Frat and Inter-Class
games.
Wo are tho local representatives of A. G.
Splilding Bros, and carry a complete line of
' their base ball paraphernalia.
We have equipped the Lincoln Western
League team, tho Wesloyan 'Varsity, and
many smaller teams uniforms and all. Wo
are thereby prepared to equip you.
Catchers and fielders' mitts, 50c to $8.00.
Balls and bats. Also a complete line of
Tennis goods, including Wright & Ditson
balls.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest.
1822 N St. Auto 1202 Boll UT
GLEANERS and DYERS c v9Hr'.GBV
LOST
SOPHOMORE HOP
April 28
, Hag'ensicK's Orchestra
If you have lost or
found articles, rooms
for rent or something
to 'sell, advertise in
the NEBRASKAN'S
WANT AD
column. Our rates
. are low and we get
results.
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Tickets $1.25
'Lincoln, Hotel
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