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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORK
Assoclato Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Assoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
SOME ARE OFFENDED.
Manager V. C. HASCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Managor....J. V. MORRISON
AthlotlcH and Military.. T. J. HARORAVB
Society and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nobranka Hall H. C. HOUGH
Sciences 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
V Editorial ntf Business Office:
fcASMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charged
for at tho rate of 10 conts the Insertion
for svory fifteen words or fraction there
at. Faculty notices and University bul
letins will gladly be published free.
Sorority .Girls and Rope Cause Trouble
for Cornhusker Editors.
Tho troubles of tho Cornhusker
etnff hnvo begun. Several of those
who were mentioned In tho Joko de
partment have declared vengeance
without quarter, In splto of past
warnings. It Is said one bunch of
girls, angry because something had
been loft out that should have been
In, actually camo Into tho ofllco with
a rope, determined to have the editor
burned at Jho stake or punished In
some other mild way. Everyone In
tho ofllco left through tho windows
beforo the girls got around to the
doors, .thus Bavlng a frightful catas
tropho from taking place right on the
ALL UNIVER8ITY RALLY.
Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aa second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 8,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911
Too bnd tho Cornhusker manage
ment did not provldo large dry goodB
boxes for waste paper yesterday
morning west of the Temple.
It Is now time to begin to cram
and bono for tho exams that will
como next week. After all of our
hopeB for ono hour tests we are to go
through another season of two-hour
Each Class Represented In Last Con
vocation of the Year.
Thursday will bo tho laBt convoca
tion of tho year. It will bo a special
event. Tho all-unlvorslty rally will be
hold at 11 a. m., In Memorial nan.
Thero will be speakors from each clasB
and tho university chorus will sing.
Every freshman should attend tho
Class meeting Thursday morning In
tho Temple Theatre. Aside from tho
election of a member of the- Student
Publication Board, there Is some very
Important business to bo transacted.
EARL W. BRANNON,
Did you seo that ono on us? Our
swat was of tho slander variety and
Call for Applications.
Application for appointment to edi
torial positions on tho Dally Nebras
kan should be fllod In the office of tho
secretary of the student publication
board, 203 Administration building,
beforo 4 p. m., Friday, May 26.
Tho members of tho Junior Play
cast will hold a picnic Thursday
Tan Oxfords $2.95
$3.50 Values Short Lines
BUDD 1415 O
decidedly worse than wo had expect
ed. Wo nro prepared to meet tho
joko editor at any tlmo ho desires to
receive our compliments. And again
we challenge tho. Cornhusker staff to
a gamo of baseball,
Tho season of ventilated lids has
again arrived. The prehistoric straw
piles have begun to decorate tho
campus. Right cool thoy look, too.
Thero Is nothing which really pleases
a man moro than to havo tho tlmo of
year roll around when ho can con
fiscate tho old winter headgear and
appear In a nice, neat, new straw hat.
"We are all slaves to custom and
that awful book of etlqulotto forbids
men from being comfortably clad
during the summer months. In other
words, men have been foolish enough
in tho past to, go about the campus
half smothered in heavy, long coata
just because some fellow last season
did not take off the old woolen
Bhroud. And that is tho best reason
any of us can find for wearing our
coats in tho class room. Tho man
who refuses o be bound by custom
is the man who deserves praise and
that is the reason we give this space
to compliment he five young men
who attended a political science cIubs
the other day in their shirt sleeves.
2 " -"-VJeliiSLEMBtas
In accordance with tho rulo of the
student publication board requiring
tho secretary thereof to fix tho hour
and tho place of meeting for tho elec
tion of student members of tho student
publication board, I have designated
Thursday, May 25, at tho conclusion
of tho all university rally, about 11:30
a. m., as tho time for holding said
elections. The junior class will meet
In music hall in tho Temple, the soph
omore class in, Memorial hall, tho
freshman class in the Temple theater.
A. A. REED,
23 Convocation, Professor Barbour,
illustrated lecture on park sys
tems. 25 Baseball, Cotner vs. Outlaws, Ath
letic field, 3:30 p. m.
25 Convocation, All University Rally,
Student Speakers, 11 a. m.
27 Senior class play, Oliver theater.
31 Final examinations begin.
5-12 Cadet encampment
Stands for tho Latest and boat in
A-lrosh shipmont of
Huyler's & Whlttman's
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O Streets.
"Outlaws" vs. Cotner
Thursday, May 25
3:30 P. M.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
1822 N St. Auto 1202 Boll 147
CLEANERS and DYERS c vm9hp,gby
The Spots Won't Gome Back If Cleaned at
Brick Ice Cream
Fancy Punches Put Up For Parties
Box Lunches Our Specialty '
1307 O Street.
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
Lincoln Sanitarium Plungm
Tin Brut Silt Wattr U I In
HOURS Lsdtet, Morulas BxMyt IwUtn.
Gentlemen. Afternoon and Ktsblwcs. UIh
and Gentlemen, Monday and rrldar iremlaas.
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