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T HE D A thfr -NEB R A 8 K A N
THE DAILY NEfeftJftSKAN
TUB PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor .". S. O. COTNER
Mannglng Editor A. u. uimjmukw
Associate Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Assoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.,.. J. V. MORRISON
Athlotlca and Military.. T. J. HARORAVE
Bocloty and Po.rsonul..I C. McCONNELL
NebraBka Hall H. C. HOUGH
BcloncoB and Gorman.. E. J. HUBBRMAN
Engineering R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. H. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University Hall.. II. S. HUSE
Assistant Reporters......... V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
Editorial and Dullness Officer
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, -Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
Kansas; got out and root; cheer for
Nebraska and her athlctcB; bo on
thuslastic and bring your friends. Wo
must beat Kansas.
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letins will gladly bo published free'.
With a victorious track team and a
winning tennis aggregation the Corn
buskers have no reason to complain.
The fpotball team came out of the
season with championship honors,
and while tho baskotball team wns not
so fortunate, it defeated tho cham
pion Jayhawkcrs In threo gumcB out
of four played. Both debating teams
received decisions over their oppon
ents, There Is no necessity to ask
where Nebraska 1b.
The business management of the
Cornhusker mao'e a wise decision
when the plan of giving out the 1911
year book at tho senior play was
abandoned. The Oliver theater is no
place for distribution, and when the
subscribers got the Cornhusker they
want to road it and not watch a play.
The benefit will bo great on all sides.
This would be discrimination against
those who will bo unable to attend the
play that evening. Doubtless a ma
jority of those present will not bo sub
scribers,, for many students have an
nounced their Intentions of attending
the matinee, because they "do not
want to put on swallow tails and sideboards."
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
Entorcd at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
MAY 4, 1911
80 WAGS THE WORLD.
It rained. Ivy day with tho laughter
and Joy could not survive. So It wilt
ed. And great was tho wilting there
of, but' mightier was the sorrow and
disappointment It brought. For a
whole year wo had looked forward to
this holiday, and bo tho hopes of a
year woro drowned. But Ivy day will
soon be restored and we must not
mourn. Do optimistic. Tho rain was
needed, and it did others a groat deal
of good, and so wags tho world.
Tho committee has been put to an
Field Geology 21.
Mllford trip Friday and Saturday
of this week: All who expect to go
should see me at once.
N. A. BBNGTSON.
Field Geography 10.
LoulBvllle excursion Friday and Sat
urday, May r and C. Leave via B. &
M. Friday at 7:00 a. m. Return Sat
urday 5:30 p. m. Read Instructions
posted at entrance to U7.
G. E. CONDRA.
Auditorium, May, 13th.
Regimental Band Walt's Orchestra
Union Lit. Boys.
BlatG "with Clayton Host for Union
Lit. Friday night. Pantomime program.
Oxfords for Men
Tan, Gun and Pat
tent Button and
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest.
1822 N St. Auto 1202 Boll 147
GLEANERS and DYERS c vfY
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
The Gnat sail Water Swimming Pool
HOUnS t Ladles, Mornings Kxcept Bandars.
Uontlomcn. Afternoons and Krenlngs. Laditi
and Gentlemen, Monday and Friday Krftnl&xs. '
14th ind U Streeti. Special Parlies Arrujid For
extra expense. Now when tho lime
comes show your appreciation of its
efforts by purchasing tickets. See that
all your classmates and friends go.
Next Saturday our old foe and
hereditary onomy will bo on Nebraska
Held. The Jayhawkcrs aro coming
wllh evil thoughts In their minds and
many schemes la their repertoire of
strategy Uiey are determined that
our track team, which, triumphed so
gloriously over Ames, Is going to meet
defeat. Is it? Well, not If we know
tho Cornhuskors. It must still linger
In our memory how tho southern ath
letes were going, to make so many
touchdowns In a football grime last
fall. Perhaps you .remember what
they did and better what they did not.
Wa,tch the records go to smash next
Saturday, and by tho way, you must
seo it with your own eyes. Lnst
spring McGowan set a now record in
the meet at Des Moines, but Anderson
is going to lower It this week. There
are a few surprises from other direc
tions. Wo have tho track team and
each man is going to do his part to
win. But the,1 student body of Ne
braska must help. Some good cheer
ing goes a long way. It encourages
themen, Do your part to help beat
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