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THE DAILY NEBRABKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUB PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORK
Associate Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Assoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HA8CALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athletics and Military.. T. J. HARORAVE
Bocloty and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nebraska Hall II. C. HOUGH
Sciences and Gorman.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering II. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. H. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and Unlvorslty Hall.. II. S. HUSE
Assistant Roportors V. A. STURM
K. S. WHERRY
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Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 8,
TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1011.
Welcome again, Skltloo dny.
lng a service to tho university? ' Wc
havo wondered all winter why a few
men should monopolize the sidewalk
at the main entrance to the campus,
but this warm weather has seemed to
stimulate tho loafers to a greator and
more noticeable lack of etiquette. Yes,
if it Is anything at all, it 1s a lack of
etiquette. Ladies and men of the bet
tor sort would rather bo crowded off
the sidewalk by a quartette of Temple
high school girls, arm in arm, than
to bo blown off by tho perfumed
breath of these disreputable Impos
tors. If the so-called gentlemen, who
seom to own the sidewalk, fence, gates,
lawn, and in fact tho entire south
half of the university campus, could
get a picture of themselves as others
see them they would be ashamed to
look a young lady in the face as she
attempts to plow through tho fog.
KAPPA8' ANNUAL BANQUET.
Did you got a swat in tho joke sec
tion of tho CornhuBker? If you did,
wo may with proprioty ask what you
think of It and whothor or not you
havo located tho Joko editor. When
you meet him make It an opportunity
to c6ngratulatc him on tho originality
of tho hit.
Thlrtoon picked men of tho Junior
claBB havo been solected for member
ship in tho Bonlor society, tho Inno-
Held at Lincoln Hotel Saturday Night
Saturday evening Kappa Kappa
Gamma held their twenty-Boventh an
nual banquet at the Lincoln hotel.
Tho table was in tho form of a tri
angle with a floral "Sigma" formed of
fleur-de-lis and fern in the center. Tho
fleur-de-lis was also prominent in the
table decoration and on tho place
cards. Miss Ruth Baker was toast
mistress and presided over tho fol
"Pity, His True," Ruth Baker.
"Children of the Mist," Helen Shedd.
"Through Old Rose Glasses," Dellla
"Tho Dream Ship." Laura Smith.
"The Primrose Path," Llda Axtell
"By the Roadside." Mrs. W. L. Ste
phens. "Aftermath," Florence Riddell.
"Auf Wiedersehen," Maude Birkby.
Tho following alumnae came to Lin
coln for the banquet: Bettey Tennoy,
Omaha; Mrs. H. 71. Brainerd, Coun
cil BluffB; Theo Hansen, Fairbury;
Florence Riddell. Strawberry Hill, la.;
Otis Hassler, Wahoo; Eva Casey,
sessment and wfteh to procure a J-e-.
ceipt may do so later in tho after
noon. Reservations for those holding
receipts do not have to be made per
sonally. General ticket sale starts Wednes
day morning at 9 o'clock.
Tho following articles have been
found at one time or another during
tho last year and aro at present re
posing in the business manager's
desk Owners may have same by
Threo watch fobs, one marked "II"
and one marked "C. P."
One watch chain.
Two key rings.
Two cuff buttons.
One beauty pin, marked "M."
Ono' Blgnet ring, marked "B."
One white dress glove.
Ono "Harmony" notebook.
One Nebraska hand book.
Ono hat-pin, marked "E."
Ono fountain pen. 147-5L
Guy Atchison, well known student
at the university, is narrating a string
of accidents that befell him Saturday.
It seems, that Guy is tho proud posses
sor of an extra double proof, steen
horsepower motor cycle. In taking a
little Joy ride in the country about
Cortland he was overtaken by a ter
rific rain storm and obliged to aban
don his bi-cycular contraption and take
to the woods. Ho came back to Lin
coln via the steam cars.
I HAVE about 2,000 pairs of
the classiest Shoes you ever
saw that I will sell at .... .
Because the lines are broken. Also oodles of white ones
both high and low.
BUDD-I4I3 0 Up Stairs
Cornhuskers Get your orders in to
Townsond for duplicate photographs
immediately while the rate is on.
EMERY Shirts hnvA Rt.v1
They are in demand by
mmu. yvnu pnut; tnemseives
on being correct in every
aeiau 01 tneir apparel.
Superior in fit, finish and
The newest patterns
have just arrived we have
one to suit your individual
SPEIER & SIMON
H. E. Cor. lOth and 0.
A fresh shipmont of
Huyler's & Whittman's
Meier Drug Co.
13th nnd O Street.
nnntn. Thnv wnrn p.hnnnn not. bncnilBO l
of political "pull" and not because of
fraternal or social aillllutlons, but
rather becauso they aro key men in
tho University and are leaders in our
college affairs. They aro worthy of
tho honor that has been given -them.
Theso men are boosters. They have
been loyal to their university and are
deserving not only of your congratula
tions and respect, but also of your
moral support in the many plans
which they may make for a better Ne
For ono more time wo must ask this
Impertinent question: "Why that
cloud of smoke?" Can It bo that the
men who take an hourly puff at the
front gate feel that they wo perform-
Florence Harford, and Corinno White,
An informal dancing party was
given by the sorority Friday evening
in Walsh Hall.
Your reservations for tho senior
play must bo made, today. Tho plan
Is as follows: Each senior, or a rep
resentative with the-two dollar re
colpt, Is to be at tho Oliver today at
ono o'clock. Those holding receipts
will be given opportunity to make res
ervations in the order In which tho
assessment was paid. Each receipt Is
marked with Its serial number. Each
ono should bo there to take the prop
er place in line.
Seniors who have not paid the as-
The Spots Won't Come Back If Cleaned at
Brick Ice Cream
Fancy Punches Put Up For Parties
Box Lunches Our Specialty
1307 O Street.
"Outlaws" vs. Cotner
Thursday, May 25
3:30 P. M.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
Tin Oreat Silt Water Swlnnlng ftrt
HOURS i Ladles, Mornings Hxoept Sudan.
Gentlemen. Afternoons and Krenlnxs. Lum
and Gentlemen, Monday and Jfrlday Irtnli
1411 utf M Striiii. Spiclil PirtlM knupi Ht
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