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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORE
Associate Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Assoclato Editor .RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athletics and Military.. T. J. HARQRAVE
Society and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nobraska Hall H. C. HOUGH
Scloncos and Gorman.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. H. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University HalL.H. S. HUSE
Assistant Reporters V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
Editorial snd Business Office:
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DIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charged
for at the rato of 10 cents the Insertion
for evfcty fifteen words or fraction there
of. FacultynoWces and University bul
letins will gladly DopubllBhed free.
other. Game rooms, smoking rooms,
rending rooms and the like are pro
vided. Visitors and guests of the
university nre entettnined by this
That Nebraska is in need of such a
thing is self evident. There is no
place on the campus where, the men
may congregate. There is no place
they may call their own. There Is no
place where they can enjoy them
selves in a quiet way. There are sev
eral evils which would be eliminated
by its establishment The smokers
would not bo bo prominent and obnox
ious at the south gate. The pool halls
would be desorted. As It is the Sara
toga pool and billiard hall is the gen
eral headquarters for university men.
Somo people waii and howl because
this is so. But what is the use of
making so much noise about a result?
Get down to the cause. The men have
no other placo to go. They muBt meet
Bomewhero. If they can not have the
kind of a iplace they want they will
take the next best thing. Steps
should be taken to organize a Nebras
Professor Sherman, chairman; Pro
fessors Bessey, Fling, Grummann and
Student organizations and functions
Professors Chntburn, Candy, Tuck
orman, the adviser to women and tho
chairmen of the interfraternlty and
Convocation exercises Professor
Grummann, chairman; Mrs. Raymond
and the registrar.
University extension courses and
credits Professor Davis, chairman;
Professors Condra, Grummann, Mc-
Brlen and Wolfe.
Student publications Professors
Fossler, Aylesiworth, Buck, Pwgsley
Nominations The chancellor, chair
man; Professors Barber, Bessey, Bur
nett, Howard and Lees.
Correlation of courses Tho chan
cellor, chulrman, and the chairmen of
tho course of study committee in each
of the colleges.
for Box Lunches open
late often mid -night
Entered at tho Dostofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as necond-cltyas mall matter,
under tho Act of congress or Marcn ,
MAY if 1911.
If you voro -riit on Nebraska field
last Saturday you undoubtedly well
remember how tho duBt was carried
Into the grandstand by tho wind. But
thlB is nothing compared with other
conditions on tho athletic ground. The
field proper is covered with muny
stones ranging In size from a small
marblo up to a baBoball. These
stones are very sharp. It Is Impos
sible to use a baseball any length of
time without having it cut to pleceB.
Then wo wonder how the football
men ever como through the season
A word to the wlso Is sufficient.
Now if the first sergeants care to rise
In rank and become, famous in mili
tary affairs they should gain the cap
tain's favor. The opportunity has
come. Be a tiro to select this digni
tary's best gjrl for sponsor of the
University Senate Appointments Are
Tho following standing committees
havo been chosen by the university
senate for tho season of 1911-12:
Accredited schools and admission
to freshman standing in tho colleges
Professor LeeB, chairman; Barber,
Barbour, Bessey, Caldwell, Condra,
Conklin, Dales, Davis, Fling, Fossler,
Frye, Howard, Hunter, LeRosslgnol,
Luckey, Reed, Sherman, Skinner,
Swezey and Wolcott.
Athletics Professors Barber, Hunt-
FOR THE WOMEN
$4.00 and $5.00 Shoes Sanr
pies all sizes. Up Stairs
Committee on senior invitations will
take orders for announcements for
graduation at the library Thursday.
' By order of ,
H. C. CUSACK,
For Seniors Only.
Owing to a demand for some seniors
for commencement announcements,
the committee has decided to receive
orders for announcements on Thurs
day. No orders for invitations will bo
taken at that time.
H. C. CUSACK.
Wlien a man
places on Lis flBI
head the H
B j) BBBBBBH
Earl Feldman, ex-1914, sailed May
3 for tho Philippine Islands, where he
will be employed In the United States
he has the
tLc top notcli
of oat quality
We We the Stctooa Soft ami Derbj
llati la aiIU)C Utnt atrlrt.
SPEIER & SIMON
N. E. Gor. 10th and 0.
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest.
1822 N St. Auto 1292 Bell 147
GLEANERS and DYERS c,GBy.
1415 O ST.
alive. It sure is a miracle that they
have any skin left on them.
Something Bhould be done with It
this summer. It would be a good
thing to sod it down. The green
grass would bo far preferable to rock
and dust. It is Impossible to keep the
ground In good shape so long as It
has a coat of dust for Its only covering.
A NEBRASKA UNION.
The University of Nebraska has a
great many organizations and dlubs.
It has been Bald that they are too
plentiful. That may be, but we need
ono more. ThlB Is of a different na
ture than, all the rest and has found
its way Into all the largo universities
of tho east. Tho Harvard commons,
the Michigan' nnd Illinois unions,
havo beqomo so connected with tho
welfare of those institutions that it
would bo impossible to get along with
Every man In tho university is eli
gible to membership. It Is really a
man's club. The Apchigan union Is
considering tho erection of a new
building dt a cost of not less than
$3O;Q00. Many of the clubs already
own their own quarters, while others
havo rooms In somo of the university
The object Is to promote u feeling
of commonality among the men and
get them better acquainted with each
or, Jewett, Skinner, .Wolfe and the
Calendar and bulletins The chan
cellor, the deans and tho registrar.
Delinquent students Professor
Chatburh, chairman; tfte adviser to
women; Professor Engberg, secretary;
Professors Frye and Conant and tho
chairmen oB tho Interfraternlty and
Emergencies Tho chancellor, chair
man, and the deans.
Tho library The chancellor, chair
man; the deans and professor Jewett.
Publication or university studies
Last And Largest Informal
13 Minnesota-Nebraska track meet,
13 Missouri Valley high school track
meet, on Nebraska field.
27 Senior clasB play, Oliver theater.
11 Convocation, Miss Alice Howell,
"Tho Midnight Watch."
16 Convocation, musical program.
18 Convocation, Professor Conklin,
Sarah Bernhardt and her play.
23 Convocation, Professor Barbour,
Illustrated lecture on park sys
tems. 13 Tegner, "Dot Ringer," Temple, 8
Auditorium, May, 13th.
Regimental Band . Waifs Orchestra
The Spots Won't Gome Back If Cleaned at
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