The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 14, 1912, Image 2

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THE QAILY NEBRA8KAN
H)ailie flebtaehan
Published by tho Studont Publica
tion Doard of tho Unlvorelty of Ne
braska. EDITORIAL 8TAFF
Editor... -....SEARLB F. HOLMES
Managing Editor. EARLE H. TAYLOR
ABBOClato Editor. FRED McCONNELL
ABBodato Editor... BURTON S. HILL
BU8INE88 8TAFF
Manager C C. BUCHANAN
ABB't Manager... JAMES MORRISON
Circulation Managor. . . .LEO BREEN
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Single Copies, 5 Cent! Each.
Affections Cheap at Drake.
Tho affections of students in Drake
law college aro not vory valuable If
a decision rondo rod in tho student
court thoro Is of value. The sum of
twonty-fivo cents was given Martha
Doo for tho loss of ono husband study
ing law at Drake, tho said husband
falling In hlB contract to marry Mnr-thn.
Nebraska Men Making Good.
Paul Yotea and J. E. Piko, '10 grad
uates from Nobraska, havo been hired
by R. W. Harris, tho Milwaukee ox
port who is to conduct tho investiga
tion of tho Borvlco of the Cincinnati
Traction company. Paul Yates, since
his graduation has been working in
St. Paul and Minneapolis Investigat
ing tho traction lineB In those cities.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
Night Phonee Auto 1888; Editor, Auto
1035; Manager, Auto 1821.
Entered at tho postomco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-claaB moil matter,
under tho Act of ConKfOBB of March 3,
1879.
Thursday, March 14, 1912.
Weber Sultorlum. 1100 O St.
University 8cnate to Meet.
There will bo a meeting of the Uni
versity senate Saturday at ten o'clock.
MU8IC IN THE 8PRING.
Although tho prevailing weather
conditions scarcoly warrant a discua
Blon of spring activities, it might not
como amlBB to mention tho band con
certs, which that body has promlsod.
During tho last football BeaBon our
band was troatod to every trip taken
by tho toam, something which haB
nover been dono before in thiB uni
versity nor In any of tho valley schools.
Tho feat wiuh accomplished through
tho generosity of tho athletic man
agement, spurred on by student senti
ment, and tho influence of certain
prominent seniors.
To reciprocate for this favor the
hand nromlsed to glvo weekly con
certs during tho spring These con
certs aro to bo held on tho campuB
every Thursday ovenlng at 7 o'clock.
Tho band haB takon an unusually
prominent part in school affalrB this
year; it haa given ono general con:
ccrt'antl has played at Innumerable
rallies and all-unlvorsity events. Suf
fice it to say that on all theBO occa
sions it has boon a credit to tho
school. As a rosult of Its fine spirit
and oxcellont music it has won nn
enviable reputation for Nebraska; the
ComhUBker band is known personally
in Minnesota, Ames, and Kansas, and
ltB reputation 1b Bald to have reached
oven Ann Arbor.
Last Bprlng band concerts were
given at tho various hotels, which
proved very popular, especially with
students; how much better It will bo
to havo tho music on the campus whero
tho listeners can loungo about on tho
grass instead of dodging teams in the
street.
It is now apparently "up to the
band," and it is hoped that next June,
wo can say, "tho band did It."
Students Are Fire Laddies.
At Louisiana State tho students
have a fire brigade Tho brigade has
had Beveral chances recently to show
what It can do. It put out several
"dorm" fires before damage could bo
done. -53
Nebraska Has Most Women.
Nebraska has more women students
than any other university in tho west
or In the middle west. Statistics are
as follows: Kansas, 846; Missouri,
tfBfiT IllinolB. 823; Nobraska, 1,785.
UnlvorBity of Washington Dally.
New Lindell Hotel
13 AND M STREETS
LINCOLN
European Plan Rates from $ 1 .00 Up
Popular Price Cafe
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BANQUETS
J. C VENABLE
Manager
cam
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
Auto L-8605.
Regent Sends Specimens.
Tho botany department haB received
another box of BpoclmenB from Re
gent Couplnnd, who haB been spend
ing the winter In Pasadena, Calif
This collection consists of numerous
ornaments and souvenirs made from
seaweeds native to the Pacific. The
moBt useful and unique are baskets
Thoy are so well made and the color
ing is bucIi that they might well be
taken for leather.
TO SPEAK ON SOCIALISM.
Mrs. Maynard Will Address Professor
LeRossignol's Class.
Columbia Wins Championship.
Columbia won tho baskotball cham
pionship of tho east in tho season just
passed. It was defeated twice, but
won eight games. Yalo HniBhed at the
bottom of tho big teams.
Y. M. C A.
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cloanod, Ropairodund ProBsed
Shop in Dahomont Y. M. C. A Bldg.
fRATERMIIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
WHITEBREAST COMPANY
1106 0 STREET
AUTO 3228
BELL 234
Mrs. M. T. Maynard, of Los Angeles,
California, will spoak to tho students
of Professor Lo Roasignol'B clasB in
Socialism Friday. Mrs .Maynard is
ono of tho lecturers on tho Socialist
Lyceum course, and Bho comes highly
recommended as an enthusiastic speak
er on this theory of social reform.
Those who wish to hoar tho address
aro invited to bo present in U 102 at
10 o'clock Friday morning.
Annual Concert
BY
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Juniors of the Univer
sity School of Music
Temple Theater
March 14, 815
You Are Cordially Invited
FREE TO ALL
OUR CAFE IS OPEN
After All Dances and Parties
We "cater" to student trade and can serve you
and your lady to all kinds of Club Sandwiches,
Salads, Oysters any style, Ice Cream and Sherbets
Fountain in Connection with Cafe
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