The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 12, 1912, Image 2

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    TtfE DAILY NEBRABKAN
JDail Bebtashan
PubllHhcd by tho Student Publico
tlon Hoard of tho University of No-
brnska
EDITORIAL 8TAFF
Editor SKARM3 F. HOLMES
MfinnRlnR Editor EAKL.I3 II TAYLOR
ABBOclnto Editor FRED McCONNELL
ABBodnto Editor... IIURTON S. HILL
BUSINESS STAFF
Manager C C BUCHANAN
ABH't Manager... JAMES MORRISON
Circulation Manager LEO BHEEN
8UDSCRIPTION PRICE. $2 00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Single Coplet, 5 Cent Each.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
NlQht Phones Auto 1888; Editor, Auto
1035; Manager, Auto 1821.
NEW FEATUREFOR CONIPET
8ALUTE8 WILL BE FIRED DURING
DAY OF ANNUAL
DRILL.
loitered nt tho postolllco at Lincoln,
Ncl.inHkii. im second class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
187'J
FRIDAY. APRIL 12, KM-'
SPRING FESTIVALS.
The open houhou for picnics in now
ujion uh The Hlght of heaily laden
young men, biiing Hhoe boxes and
frjing paiiH i aliped up In newnpaper,
1h no longer one to exelto sonder
The r?iulreinentH for bucIi an ex
pedition are not arbitrarily net. but
Beein to conaiHt mainly in a certain-
rough mode of appaiel, an abundance
of light and meaningleHH conversation,
n kodak, and an exubeiance of HpliitB
ThlB combination HereB to produce
the desired iesults, and generally to
atouse the ire ot the unfoitunate
farmer whose grounds are selected as
an outdoor dining hall
Owing to the chill which remains in
the evening air as a remembrance of
Inter, llres haw come to be recog
nlzed as an essential These, in turn
require luel in the shape of fence
posts, chicken coops, or nearby trees,
another source of much aggravation
to tho long suffering owner.
A picnic enthusiast, noted for his
ability to think of clever remarks, and
boil water over a Binoking lire, re
ported, last week, the discovery of a
violet in the Penn woods. This state
inent acted like the announcement of
a gold strike; expeditions set out in
quick Bile-cession until the woodB were
ovei crowded; persons heietofoie mi
pervious to the ehaims of Natuie slid
denly evinced a remaikablo inteiest
in unions lloia and tauna and the
outgoing stieet cars leaembled those
ol an exclusion train.
Thus propitiously the season opened,
and according to piesent indications,
bids fair to continue with unabated
fury at. least until the noveltv of the
event or the patience of the subuihan
farmeis weais off.
Preparations for the annual com
pctltive drill of the nine companies of
the cadet regiment of the State I'nl
versity are progressing under the dl
lection of Captain Yates Plans are
being formulated to make this event
one of the most Important of Cniver
Hity affairs The drill this year will
be held on May 30, Decoration day.
when the students will enjoy a boll
day.
The program for the day has as yet
not been announced, but a new feature
to be introduced this year will be the
firing of a salute at regular intervals
during the afternoon ceremonies, a
new feature introduced The program
will contain a list of the winning com
panics since lK'l.'!, the names of cap
tains and officers commanding the
company, and the winners of indl
idual competitive drill which forms a
part of the day's program.
The date for the annual competitive
drill between the Pershing Rifles and
tho Worki.er RHles, the crack drill
organizations of the University and
tho State Farm, has been set for April
21 For the past three years these
drlllB have been held, the Persuings
coming off victorious twice The
YVorklers are determined to carry off
tho honors this year, and much inter
est Is being manifested by tho mem
hers of the Farm organization
To Install Sigma Tau.
Honrv Pearse, I'M 2, and Prof L W
ChaBO left yesterday afternoon for
Vermillion. S D. where they will in
stall a chapter of Sigma Tau, the na
tlonal engineering fraternity, at the
University of South Dakota. Installa
tion of the new chapter will take place
this evening and will be attended by a
banquet.
Weber Sultorium. 1100 O St.
Van Dusen Called Away.
Dana Van DiiBen was called to
Omaha several days ago by the sen
oub illness of his father Since the
length of bis absence is uncertain he
has appointed Sam Buck temporary
editor of the Cornhusker He will
take entire charge of the book and
will attend to putting tho finishing
touches on the work, that it may come
out at the scheduled time.
QUESTIONS WHICH PERPLEX US.
Why tho fellow who never llnds
time to study aluavs maintains that
the piofs "have it in tor him?"
Why it iB consideied less of an
offense to "cut" an afternoon class
than a moining one
Why we spend our time planning
trips for the summer which we have
no intention of taking
Why the fellow who oidlnarily iB
not hampered by the rules of polite
ne.ss insists upon vour entering the
pay as vou enter car ahead of him
Whv the letters homo always end
with, "I must stop and study my
lesson for tomorrow "
CALENDAR.
Tho College Inn Darbor Shop Stu
dent trade eoliclted. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
For your orchestra call O. L Jones.
Auto L-8G05.
Friday, April 12.
Union.
Palladian
liotanlcal Seminar.
Chi Omega formal party.
Y. W. C A convention.
Forestry Club dance Temple.
Spikes' dance St. George'B Studio
Saturday, April 13.
Delta (lamina foimal party.
Agricultural Club.
Catholic Students' Club.
Medical Society.
Y. W. C. A. convention banquet
Alpha Omicron Pi dance Temple
Kappa Kappa (!amma dance St.
(ieorge'8 Studio.
Peru Club 2C27 P street.
All students ahould visit tho "Col
lege Inn Burbr Shop at 127 North
12th. S L Chaplin. Prop.
T AIYIF. My Upstairs Store is Full of those Stunning
LAUI" $5.00 and $6.00 Values at
Special Sale
125 New Spring Suits, Blue Serges and
Flannels at
$15
100 Dozen New Spring Hats, just in. dQ Af
$2.50 hats at $1.90. $3 hats at tpHJ
50 Dozen Thin Lisle Socks at
two pairs for
A Big Bunch of Regular 50c Ties on
sale Saturday at
We Sell the Best
$1 Shirts in Town
25c
25c
Palace Clothing
1419 Company o st.
All Souls Church
A Free Religious Society
Corner H and J 2th
Services 10:45
An organization which seeks to develop the reverent
truth-seeking attitude toward life, and the
spirit of service among men
A new series on the relation of sympathy to political
and industrial prohlems.
April 1-1- "Sympathy and Industry"
April 21 : "Economic Attainments of Sympathy"
April 2S: "The Co-operative Commonwealth"
Students' Liberal Religious Union Meeting
12 to 12:30, Every Sunday
SPECIAL ON FOBS
75c Seal Fobs 50c
TODAY and TOMORROW
The University Book Store
340 North 11th Street
.
-i HAVE -
EVANS
Do Your Laundry
Weekly BhiinnontB of tbe best tbero
is in cbocolates.
Huyler'B lAhltmon'a
Lowney's Aiieurettr
California violets fresh every day.
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O
'W-
V
V
$2.50 and $2.95
1415 O