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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUB PHOPEHTV OF
THE UNIVBIIHITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION I10AIID
Editor B. O. COTNER
Mannglns Editor A. H. DINSMOIUS
Associate Editor. ....T. M. EDGECOMBE
AflBoclato Editor IUCIIAIID MEYEH
NO CORNHU8KERS AT PLAY.
Manngar V. C. HASCALL
AflBlBtant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MOHKISON
AthletlcB and Military.. T. J. HAHOKAVE
Bocluty and PuiaonaL.F. C. McCONNELL
Nebraska Hall II. C. HOUO,,
ScluncoH and Unman. .E. J. IIUBERMAN
BtiKlnuerliiK H. A. IIUNTINOTON
Agricultural B. 1 1. OIIAVB8
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and Unlvuralty Hall. H. S. 11USE
AflHlHtnnt ReportcrH V. A. STURM
K. 8. WHERRY
Editorial and Business Office:
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rale of 10 cents the Insertion
for evory llftocn wor Is or fraction there
of. Faculty notices and University bul
letins will gladly bo publlHbed free.
Entered at the postofllco. at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-clans mall matter,
under tho Act of Congiesa of Match 3,
Management Announces that Books
Will Be Out Before that Time.
It was emphatically announced by
the management of the Cornhusker
yesterday that the book would not bo
distributed at the senior class play
us originally planned for several ren
sons. It would be unfair to those who
could not le present, would cause 71
commotion at the play and detract
therefrom, n satisfactory distribution
could not be had, and it is an Impossi
bility for the reason that the hook
will he rendy for the subscribers be
fore the pln will he presented.
The effects of Dandelion dnj are
becoming apparent. Several 'of the
fraternities set their freshmen al
work Saturday, and in consequence
the lawns now present an appearance
suitable to the splendor of the houses
Cottier unUerhitj Is having a dande
lion daj today, and several of the
oilier Institutions are expected to lol
MAY 1!. 1!H1.
4 Owing to the fact that to-
morrow is Ivy day, the Ne-
' " bYasRaTr"Wtlt-not-be out until Jb.
after the program given on the
campus. It will contain a full
account of the morning exer-
ciaes at the campu6.
Fortunate indeed are those who can
attend the Pan-Hellenic banquet this
evening. Bverj Greek in the unher
slty should bo present. This is one
of the big banquets of the school
'1 Convocation, Dean Dais, "Courses
3 Ivy day.
I (lovernnient inspection of cadets.
I University band concert on tho
1 Coin oeat Ion, reading by Miss
A U(t Hnur.ll "Tni. t'!"'ghl.
G Teener, science hall of Temple,
8 p. in.
(! Kansas-Nebraska track meet, at
10 Law barbecue.
Ul Minnesota-Nebraska track meet,
13 Missouri Valley high school track
meet, on Nebraska Held.
27 Senior class play, Oliver theater.
Are so good from every standpoint of
the good dresser that ordinary words
fail to give an adequate idea of how
unusually good they are. They com
bine the best quality with the very
latest styles, and are priced at only
$20.00, $22.50, $25.00
We have other makes that sell from
$10.00 to $18.00
Bradford Clothes are sold in Lincoln
exclusively by us. Let us show you
a perfect spring suit. &
SPEIER & SIMON
N. E. Cor. 10th and 0
TAN BUTTON OXFORDS
CLASSY SHORT VAMP, HIGH HEEL,
AND THAT NEW DOME TOE. BUILT
ON 5.00 LASTS. LOOK THE 6.00
1415 0 ST
HUYUER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON B0NS
A fresh shipment of
Huyler's & Whittman's
Meier Drug Co.
l.'ltli and Ml recti.
New and Up-to-Date
Dinner 35 Cents
Open After Theatres
Tomoirow is l da It Ih I lie
Hi cat all-univeibit holiday and iheic
ih no NebrnsUan who can afford to
miss it. It s-one of those tew eents
which really promote college splilt
Besides the fellowship, there is the
entertainment, the equal of which t
.never provided for the money, it has
been called a senior day. bvil it ih
rather a day for the whole unlversit
The loyaltj of tho students was
shown on Dandelion day. It is now
up to you to make Ivy day an equal
success. Money is needed. Ba your
tickets toda. If you have not obtained
them already, (let out and see the
track meet, the baseball name, (lie
Dramatic club pla, hear the band
concert, have your lunch at the farm.
como to the morning exercises on the
campus the cost ig"less than reason
The Komensky club will present a
short play at its next meeting, which
Some special stunts nro being
planned for tho Pan-Hellenic banquet
which Is to bo hold at tho Lincoln this
A i 1 11 11 11 inninn a 1 wwut
'HAVANA' vi, J AS. T. POWERS W,ATT OLIVER TONIGHT
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