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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1911)
THE DAILY NKBEASKAN
Tho following merchants and busi
ness men of Lincoln are anxious to
erve the University students. By
placing their advertisements In the
columns of the Daily Nebraskan they
show that they want your trade. And
you may be sure that the merchant
who Is willing to make a little effort
to get your patronage Is the one who
Is going to treat you honestly and
considerately In attempting to keep
It. 80 you as well as the Nebras
kan will profit by trading with these
FirBt Trust & Savings
Central National Bank
Tod Marrlnor, cleaner and dyer.
J. C. Wood & Co.
Lincoln Cleaning und Dyo Works
Magoo & Doomer
Palace Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Mlllor & Paine
Meier Drug Co. ,
C. H. Froy
Mageo & Doomer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mageo & Deemor
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Miller & Paine
Scotch Woolen Mills
Lincoln Typowrlter Exchange
B. F. Syranaon Co.
HEARD BY THE WORKER8
Continued from Pago 1
mulatlons from tho same shall be
used for tho erection of a state med
ical school at Lincoln, this gift to bo
in aid of legislative enactment.
My leaves because tbey are green
and Irregular I bequeath to Dean For
dyco of tho Hchool of education, and
It Is my will Hint he make use of his
largo bookB on pedagogy and by
pressing my leaves between his leaves
In the most tender and affectionate
manner. But the dry or yellow and
uuoaker, unuseful and unfrulUji)
leaves, I bequeath to Professor Eng
borg, from which he may make a Bweet
tea to soothe his troubled nerves at
The sap that Hows through my
veins, in fact my very life blood, I be
queath to Dr. Maxey because it has
always been fresh and necessary; also
because It pervades all parts and un
derstands the Iiib and outs of Inter
national disputes between air, earth
and water. To Professor Dales of the
chemistry department I bequeath all
my physical energy as a plant; I am
not suro that he can use this, but I
have considered the question and have
decided that most any kind of energy
would bo a happy thought.
My fighting ability to the members
of tho faculty on the committee of
It Is my will that Miss Ensign, the
doan of women, and Mr. Harrison, the
registrar, bo given my blossom In
trust in consideration that I have a
dry, sweet, automatic smile for every
one, and that tho huiiic trust be sub
ject to tho following instruction and
discretion,: After -allowing anjiutopsyl
by Dr. Bossey, made for the advance
ment of botanical science. The petals
for tho use of Miss Hunter that sho
muy use the same for an Inspiration
of a now classical Latin poem; tho
pistols to Commandant Yates, that
they ward off nil approaching danger.
Tho stamens I bequeath to tho library
force, for they are tho busy bees who
buzz around and get the pollen of truth
scnttored upon the fertile soil of brain
colla that still have within thorn the
motlvo to work and exercise them
selves. Tho seed I bequeath to the bald
headed professors of the fuculty, that
they may sprinkle tho seed upon tho
alkali spots and break up the soil In
such a manner as to bo able to raise
the sliver locks so justly their dues.
Tho smell of the llower I bequeath to
Profossor Fryo, head of tho rhetoric
department. May its fragrance sweet
en tho pipe dreams of tho future and
bring back happy reflections of tho
testator who has bo bountifully re
membered him. I want him to enjoy
this legacy, even If he has to resort
to tho courts of law for tho vindica
tion of his rights, attorney's fees to
bo advanced out of the bequest.
Tho gentle breezes that have fanned
mo and carressed mo from Infancy up
I bequeath to Doctor Condra, dean of
hot air. And now be It romembored
by my executors that all not herein
disposed of both real and personal,
mostly personal, I bequeath as a resi
due to Chancellor Avery to hold In
trust for tho promotion of tho antl-
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Three-yenr course, lending to degree of
Doctor of Law (J. D.). which by tho
Qunrtor aystom mny bo completed in two
and ono-fourth calendar years. College
education required for regular admission.
One year of law being counted toward
college degree. Law library of 35,000
The Summer Quarter offers special op
portunities' to students, teachers, and
First term begins June 19
Second term begins July 27
Courses open In all Departments of the
University during the Summer Quarter.
For Announcement address
I DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAOO
dandelion league, find should anything
fall Into the residue, It is my will that
a bond be required. of him for twice
the amount to assure proper expendi
ture. Adam Dandelion.
We, the undersigned, at the testa
tor's request and in his presence nnd
in the presence of each other, hereby
certify thnt the testator, Adam Dan,
delion, declared, acknowledged and
signed the above instrument to be his
last will and testament. We further
certify that at this time he appeared
to us to be of sound mind and capable
of making his will.
Guy ('. Kiddoo of the work commit
tee then read the class assignments.
Each clnss was given a portion of the
campus to clean, but If they had tjme
they were to help other classes who
were slow. The campus was about
equally divided and the class lines
were not followed closely. Tho crowd
then dispersed with a cheer. En
thusiasm was rampant all during the
exercises, three cheers being given for
all the speakers and the band. While
the work was" going on the band was
seated In chairs In the center of the
campus and played pieces all during
At 3:30 the chapel bell was rung
alul the few who were still searching
stray plants that had been skipped
came in und all made a run for the
refreshment stand, where Ice cream
cones were being dealt out by the
young women of the refreshment
committee. The crowd then gathered
around tho steps of Unlvorslty hall for
the reniuinder of the program. The
Glee club sang two selections, which
drew great applause from the audience.
-Thev chairnianintiftduced Dr. A. L.
Bixby of the State Journal, who Lb n
well known foo of the dandelion. Dr.
Bixby read an original poem, "Owed to
tho Dandelion." Dr. Bixby said ho
did not think ho could make the
crowd hear, but all would probably
enjoy It better If such wore the case.
He said ho know something about dan
delions. Ho had looked them up In
the dictionary and found that the
genus was Taraxacum. Ho said If he
had been fixing tho gonus he would
have made it worse than that.
Taps wore blown by Bugler Ersklno
and tbe dandelions were pronounced
Chancellor Avery was thon Intro
duced. Ho said It was tho custom to
confer degrees on occasions of this
kind and after reciting a lot of Latin
Germnn lingo ho conferred the degreo
of Dandelion Poet Laureate upon A. L.
Bixby. He had a groat yellow sheet
of paper with a bunch of dandelions
pinned on as a seal. The chancellor
said he had found that if tho students
would not work on Bchool days, give
them a holiday and they would work
hard. He thanked all those who had
helped In the afternoon's work. Ho
paid a compliment to the Nebraskan
for the work it had dono In making
tho day a success. Ho said this was
tho only paper ho know whoso yollow
Ishness waB all right. Ho nlso thanked
the baud for the music they had fur
nished, and the Gleo club. Dr. Avery
said that once when he saw tho wo
men working rather hard and tho
young men not seeming to bo bo busy,
ho wondered If the band was playing
"Let the Women Do the Work."
The exorcises closed with the sing
ing of "The CornhuBker" by all present.
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ROSCOE C. OZMAN
City Clerk of Lincoln
Election Day, Tues., May 2, 8 a. m.
to 7 p. m.
Mr. Ozman graduated from the Bea
trice High In '98; served In 8pansh
war with the 1st Neb. Volunteers, Is
a U. of N. man of class of '07, and as
he received the nomination for City
Clery at the primaries he Is a candi
date for re-election.
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All applications for student member
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year must be In Dr. Clapp's hands be
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