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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THK I'ltOI'BHTY OV
T1IIC UNIVKK8ITY OF NI3BUA8KA,
TE STUDKNT PUUUCATION DOAItD
Editor S. O. COTNEU
ManaKlnB Editor A. II. DINSMORE
AbbocIuIo Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Aofloclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
You tiro comrades In one Brent work
nnd need each other's help nnd friend
ship. Do not bo cold and reserved
say "hello" to your fellow-man nnd
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Circulation Munagor....J. V. MORRISON
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Society nnd Pormnul..F. C. McCONNELL
Nobrnikn Hall II. C. "OUOH
BclonccB and German.. E. J. HUBERMAN
EnBlnoorlnK H. A. HUNTINOTON
Agricultural E. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University Hall.. II. 8. HUSE
ABBlfltant Kcportora V. A. STURM
K. 8. WHERRY
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Entered at tho poBtofTlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aB second-class mall matter,
under th Act of Congress of March 3,
APRIL 29, 1911.
It muy bo that flio University of Ne
braska huB not tho nccommodntlons In
tho way of buildings and grounds that
is tho happy lot of other largo Institu
tions of Its kind. But It has one thing
-that- Is -groater than all the college
buildings In tho United States com
bined. It has men and women, real
men and women. Tho students of Ne
braska aro loyal to their Institution.
They aro not afraid to work for It.
Thoy havo a spirit that cannot bo
Judged by yollB and cheers. Thoy can
xlo moro than yell thoy can work.
A SAD EVENT.
One sad event marked the great hol
iday. Tho pesslmlBt appeared. While
the plans wero being formulated nnd
put before the students, he said It
was a crazy, useless Idea that would
come to naughL While the others
wero scattered over the lnwn cutting
out the obnoxious weeds, he Btnyetl at
home or walked by, casting his sneer
ing glanccB hither and thither. It waB
only in tho case of extreme and hope
less pessimism that UiIb was true, for
all others could not resist the tempta
tion to work.
The pitiful plight of these creatures
can hardly bo realized. They take
themselves so serious that It Is hard
to aid them. Wo have searched med
ical lore In vain for a cure nnd have
at last been compelled to suggest that
originated by a modern philosopher,
which is briefly this: Let the one af
flicted seek some (pilot spot in the
mountains away from the trials nnd
tribulations of man. Let him pitch
his tent besido a cool mountain torrent
whero the clear water rushes by on
Its way to tho sluggish stream. Then
let him commune with nature, seeking
out a nice quiet pool of considerable
depth nnd putting his hend clenr un
der the wnter, remain In this position
without moving for four hours ench
'day until tho euro Is effected.
The dnndellon committee Is to be
congratulated on Its offortB which
havo fioen prolific of bucIi great re-
-Suls.. Each member, has worked liar d
during the past few dnys. Each Is
deserving of the thanks and commen
dations of every student of tho uni
versity as well as the faculty and the
citizens of Lincoln. They have taken
up something entirely now with little
of attractiveness about It, and made n
grand success of It In n few hours.
Suede and Satin Low Shoe for the
Dear Women. I buy them cheap
and sell them cheap $4.00 values
$2.50--$5.00 value $2.95--BUDD
Dnndellon day wiib a grand success,
duo to their enterprise and industry.
It has brought forth a virtuous enthuu
iasm that many believed nnd never ex
isted. Dnndellon dny Is one of the
lnndmnrks along tho path of Its his
tory, and let us hope that those who
como In the succeeding years will be
as enthusiastic and as broad spirited
as thoBO yho nro with us today. Lot
us hope that Dandelion day Is to be
como an anmml affair and that the
twenty-eighth of April, 1911, will live
on as long as our university lasts. In
time tho dandelions will be extermin
ated. But 8omo other method of im
proving tho campus can bo" devised.
Let tho chancellor each year declare
tho last Friday in April as Dandelion
day. Tho students havo proven that
thoy aro worthy of consideration by
tho Initiative they havo taken In thlB
Tho results of yesterday will bo
many nnd fnr renchlng. Never before
have all students seemed to feel that
thoy had so much In common; that
their Interests and their hopes .were
kindred. They met like friends of
long acquaintance and each know tho
other. This Is the broader Nebraska
spirit. Let us nmko-lt-grow. -Remember
those whom you saw at work
nmong the dnndellons. Alwnys spenk
to them when you pass. Bo friends.
New and Up-to-Date
Dinner 355 Cents
Open After Theatres
29 Y. M. nnd Y. W. C. A. bnnquet,
St. Pnul'B, C p. m.
29 Medical society, Temple, 8 p. m.
29 Ames-Nebrnska track meet, at
2 Convocation, Dean Davis, "Courses
3 Ivy dny.
1 Government Inspection of cadets.
1 University band concert on tho
4 ronvQcntlon, reading by. Miss
Alice Howell, "The Midnight
G Tegner, science hall of Temple,
8 p. m.
G Kansas-Nebraska track meet, at
10 Law barbecue.
13 Minnesota-Nebraska track meet,
A fresh Bhipmont of
Huyler's & Whittman's
Meier Drug Co.
1.1th and O Strcot.
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.
1307 O STREET
May 3, 1911 Full Holiday
Admittance to Stunts and Lunch, 25c
Auditorium, May, 13th.
Regimental Band Walt's Orchestra
The Spots Won't Gome Back If Cleaned at
iiJnmKMi vj j
13. Missouri ValleyTilgh school traeir
meet, on Nebraska field.
27 Senior class play, Oliver theater.
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
1322 N St. Auto 1202 Boll 147
CLEANERS and DYERS c vM9HrIGBV
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
Tin Great Sail Water Swimming Pool
HOUn8i Ladles, Mornings Kxoepi Sundays.
Uentlemon. Afternoons and Evenings. Ladles
and GentlemenrMondajr and-FridajrUrenlnttj
rilh and U Striili. Spaclal Parties AmiftJ f
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