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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY jEBRASjCAN
THE ritOPBflTY or .
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor B. O. COTNBR
Managing Editor ,A. H. DINSMORE
Associate Editor..... T. M. EDGECOMBE
Associate Editor ,R1CHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athletics and ;MUItftry..T. jlIARaRAVE
Bocloty and Porsohul . . P. C. McCONNELL
Nobraska Hall. H. ,? HOUGH
Bclonccs and Gorman.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Bnglncorlng II. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural :B. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University Hall.. II. S. HUBE
Assistant Reporters V. A. STURM
K. 8. WHERRY
Editorial and Business Office: .
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Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
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of. Faculty notices und University bul
letins will gladly bo published free.
Entered at the pontofilco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, us second-class mall matter,
under the Act o'f Congress of March 3,
MAY 6. 1911.
Don't forgot the meet this after
noon. It 1b the Inst chunce to see a
big track contest on Nebraska Hold
this year. Tho two strongest teams In
the Missouri Valley will compete.
check it. In some schools a court
martial has been established and
tbpso accused tiro given a trial by u
regularly constituted court. In some
Instances tho result has been moat
satisfactory. One thing is evident,
and that is that it is necessary for
the students to take the matter into
tholr own hands and see that tho of
fenders are punished in some manner.
Any one who Bteals note-bookB is
guilty of cribbing, iplagariBin, petit
larceny and downright meanness to
ward his followmen. There aro no ex
cuses to offer for him except that he
has a depraved mind. If the univer
sity is going to bevelop this propesnlty
In him, he should find habitation else
where. He is a lazy good-for-nothing
creature which is n detriment to soci
ety and should bo placed whore temp
tations do not come. He is a Bluffer,
a liar and a thief. Every man or wo
man in the university who lotects one
of them In one of these crimes is
morally bound by a puramount duty to
society to see that the culprit Is
brought to Justice. If you are an
honest person and know of one who
has been guilty or stealing a note
book or anything cIbo, It Is your duty,
at least. o make him return the article
to tho true owner. It Is a shame thai
such a condition Bhould exist. It is
only a few who Indulge in tho practice,
but the few is all too numerous.
NOT 80 NOW.
It was said that In tho reign of
Alfred the Great tho peoplo were so
good and tho laws so rigidly enforced
that a purse could be hung on a treo
and left ungunrded and no one would
steal it. But the historians and fable
Literary Society to Hold Picnic at Ep
worth Lake Park.
The program given at Union Liter
ary society last night consisted of a
pantomime reproduction of "Birds'
Christmas Carol," and the following
Vocal solo, "Springtime Is but Ix)ve,"
MIsb Ethel Morey.
Vocal boIo, "In tho Garden of My
Heart." Miss Alvla Moore, eV'14, of
Piano so)o, "Petit Beolero." Miss
At tho business meeting It was de-
Oxfords for Men
Tan, Gun and Pat
tent Button and
writers Bay "purso" only. AVe aro In
clined to bollevo that if groat univer
sities had been in existence at that
time and note-bookB and umbrellas
had been Invented that Alfred would
have failed in his purpose.
If the Nebraskan published a list of
all tho articles that have gone out of
tho ofllce never to return, our sub
scribers would be reading nothing but
lost advertisements for tho rest of the
year. All the directories, manuals,
text-books, note-books, umbrellas, over
coats, and oven the bottom out of a
waste basket, all these things which
were supposed to be safe In our sanc
tum sanctorum, have traveled "hence in
tho dark oblivion, and not ono traveler
has returned to tell the terrible fate
that has consumed them a,ll.
But the Nebraakan Is not tho only
loser. Note-books havo dopartod
from theirjpwners in great numbers.
This is especially the case where it
"was necessary to hand one In at tho
end of tho year. Evidently there are
a number in our midst that ought to
bo in tho penitentiary instead of the
university. It Ib difficult to deal with
jtheso culprits for they afo not 'going
to como out and admit their guilt.
TJioy must bo followed ml liko any
Tho ovll of thievery has oxisjed
hero long enough. It 1b tlmo that
Btrpnaous measures bo adopted' to
elded to hold the annual picnic at Ep
worth Park, Saturday, May 13. Fur
ther announcements will be made
later. Horace EngllBh has the slate.
See him for dates for the picnic and
for the May-polo party Friday night.
Orders for Invitations will be taken
at tho library on Monday and Tuesday
only. This Is tho first, last and only
chance. Orders .must bo sent in at
II. C. CUSACK,
Tho following Btudents have filed
with mo tho necessary statements
and are otherwise eligible to qualify
as candidates for student membership
on tho athletic board for the year
L. R. AnderBQn.
H. R. Ankony.
W. U Bates. ,
Sam R. Buck.
W. T. Carroll.
V. C. Hascall.
A. II. Hiltner.
O. W. Miller.
K, S, Munson.
R. M. 'SwitzTer.
R. G. CLAPP,
134-4t Secretary Atblelc 'Board
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 Bricjt Jce Cream for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
1307 O STREET
Auditorium, May, 13th.
Regimental Band Waifs Orchestra
The Spots Won't Gome Back If Gleaned at
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
The Orait Salt Water Swimming Pool
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.SJHMI'ISM ga I. JAM. BJtll"s'MHifffssi Qcntlcmon. Afternoon and Kronloa. Ldl
sjKa-fc-gpUyq-yy-i f 1 1 I n and Gentlemen. Monday and Friday Bve&lng .
'ii i njs!fl 141b and H Stui't. Special PtrUet Arraapd fu
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