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THE. DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Published byy .
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNBR
Managing -Editor. A. II. DINSMORE
A80dato Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Assoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. ILVSCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athletics and Military. .T. J. IIARaRAVE
Bocloty and Personal.. F. McCONNELL
Nebraska Hall . . . lH.C. HOUGH
Sotoncos and Gorman.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural B. H. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library and University Hall..H. B. HUBS
Assistant Roportors V. A. STUKM
K. S. WHERRY
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
Vyith this Issue tho Dally Nc-
braskan suspends publication
for tho Bomeater. It will not ap-
pear again until next fall.
ThiR In tho last tlmo tho present
Btnff will impoBO on tho reading pub
lic of tho university. When tho No
brnBlmn again comes forth Ub contents
will bo tho products of other pons.
will bo accorded tho support by the
student body that It has been our
good fortune to receive. What our
paper has been Is a matter of history
which will soon be forgotten. What
tho Nobraskan of next year will bo
dopendB on the support you give It.
Tho year which Is drawing to a close
has been an eventful one. It has wit
nessed the Inauguration of University
Night, Junior Week, and Dandelion
Day. Glorious conquests have .been
made in athletics and debate The
real Nebraska spirit has grown warm
er and its effect has been most evi
denced by the success which has at
tended us. These new things will one
day be traditions, but they have not
detracted from tho customs which al
ready existed. They cannot be In
jurious so long as they tend to pro
mote a feoling of commonality among
the students. In connection, we may
say that It was with regret wo wit
nessed tho untimely end of the plan
for band concerts on tho campus.
While wo reviow tho past there Is
perhaps ono thing which in a measure
goes to mar our retrospect. It is that
Incident of tho last few days, which
reflects the corruption of a time that
Ib gone. That It should havo ever
arisen Is to be lamented. But as long
as jealousies and hatreds are rife
among men, nnd as long as there are
men who will sacrlflco eyery good
principle and even the name of their
Institution to feed the unsatiable ap
petite of vengeance, as long as such
conditions exist such results must be
As a parting word we first wish you
good luck in your examinations. But
most of all we hope that when you
disperse to your separate homes you
will not forget your university or the
NobraBkan. When the fall term opens
wo hope to see you baok with us who
do not go out with diplomas. We hope
to Bee you back with us who do not go
out with diplomas. We also hope
a wonderful sight to see ouch a large
number of children from tho kinder
garten ago to those of high school
years playing on tho green lawns at
tho Farm. The cadot band more than
pleased the little ones, who do not get
a chance every, day to seo sixty men
in military costume. The band wns
out for an all-day holiday which was
enjoyed by over 1,000 childron.
THE LOST CLA88.'
Young Man Prepared Paper to Read
But Audience Was Gone.
Fate played a mean trick on a
prominent young man of the univer
sity yesterday. He was to read a pa
per before the sociology class which
Is conducting a series of investiga
tions. Ho had worked hard to get- his
data and to write tho paper. He rose
from a sick bed at 4 o'clock, the hour
when the class convened. But he
could not find the class. Every build
ing on the campus wns searched in
vain. He could not see how the clasB
would adjourn on such an Important
occasion just to witness a competitive
drill. But it Was all too true and the
class may not meet again this year.
Tho scare over a possible epidemic
of diphtheria at Michigan is gradu
ally dying out, no new cases having
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Other minds will guide its policies
and other editors will bear the ter
rible but certain thunder of a peeved
profosBor and- tho blows of the abused
student. Thoy will probably be more
Rind to you than- some others havo
been, but that is only a matter of calculation.
If you have been satisfied with the
Nobraskan this year we hope you will
show your appreciation by subscrib
ing fpr it next fall. If you have been
dissatisfied, como around In Soptem
her and pay your dollar jiiBt' to see
how much tho paper has Improved un
der tho new management. In all
events we hope that the new staff
that you will not forget during the
summer to encourage others to come
to tho university. Teach tho new
comer as well as yourself that the
first thing to do when he enrolls In
the fall Is to subscribe for his college
paper and to live tho fuller life of the
greater Nebraskan. Thai is all. GooQ-bye.
THE BAND IS IT.
Goes to Grade School Celebration at
the State Farm.
The cadot band Thursday Journeded
out to the Farm to furnish music for
the first annual p!ny day of tbo Lin
coln city schools., All of tho public
schools of tho city united In tho after
noon In n groat play festival. It was
The Graduation Gift
Should be selected with some care and thought,
for graduates have wideawake minds. A pur
chase made here cannot fail to please the most
Sartor Jewelry Co.
139 So. 13th St, " "The Quality Store"
Walt's Orchestra Auditorium
Last And Largest Informal
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