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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
rry nuirwnrmi irw numn irmrranTmomiiww
Thc literary editor is tired of writ
niK stuff for this column, besides lie
is supposed to Btudy the law of the
land between now and June There
is also another difficulty but we will
not (Hscusb that The point is, briefly,
that we want a few articles from the
The Nebraskai) as a newspaper,
Kies us a daily, thin blooded account
ef school life in an impersonal tone,
the editorials, written with the good
o' the school at heait, hold a mirror
before us in which we see oursehes
against a background of things to be
accomplished for the l'niverbit I tut
the literary department aims to be a
little newspaper by itself, not for the
public alone, but of the public If
tin paper (s a whole is called the nnr
ror of school life, I for one, would like
to see the literary department like the
little fellow who steps up to the glass
and shakes his fist at himself and
grins Is the figure fantastic ' Hut
at least jou get my meaning This
department aims to be the voice of
the student body It aims to talk as
jou or I would talk, and to think
jou or I do think not as we are sup
posed to think, for that is quite a dif
ferent matter We do not think in
long sermons, nor rant about our
doubles to each other We do, per
haps, find too much fault with our
enemies but that at least, is interest
ing to a certain degree These heat
ed ai deles howeer are not the voice
of the school If such come into the
littt.m department we will brain the
peipetratoi with a chair leg
What we want Is a little (he hun
dred woid aitul" that jou dash off
-onie sumo afternoon when jou aie
fueling nut in al and lazy Iloweer.
please go oer it and correct the spell
ing and punctuation for we know noth
mg whatewi about these matters If
someday in the library, a funny idea
dnps into our head, jusi put your
fingers on it quick before it gets
awa and let us hae It That's what
makes writing woith while, for when
on i call j hae anything worth say
'ng so many people will listen You
hae the pleasuie of knowing (hat you
haw let otheis share your little mo
uent of fun, 01 hae sjmpathlzed
with someone in their moment of ser
loiihiiess What is worth writing, you
ask'' n tiling wiitten while jou are
feeling good nj thing that is just
ofiself pnnidmg alwajs ou spell
Some of us aie inclined to look
down upon the literal j profession
the editot hiinsi it does when the d.ijs
;'ic pleasant but this is perhaps be
cause we do not understand its prac
deal application Von would be sur
prised it someone told jou that oin
uoildlj w ise ' men and jour prac
tical 'men of the street,", who pre
tend to be so far superior to a mere
writer" aie in fact the special "meat"
of the energetic thinker It is the
forceful waiter who moulds public
thought and who in fact gies these
si offer b the eiy ground work of fact
upon which they woik for a lhing
The point is that it jou are what our
e president has called a desirable
cillA-n," if you are one who has the
force, the snap and the initiative to
pluu and can j out measures for the
benefit of the public, whether It is a
student or a national public, makes
no diffv-ience, then jou have all the
qualifications for a good writer If
jou can forget for a moment your own
disappointment and biterness. and
upend a sane, contented hour irr pro
gresshe and practical thinking, this
depart l.ieiit will feel proud to print
jour ri. no matter what it may be
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 13-2550.
The Norfolk model
used to be strictly a golf
or outing attire.
But this spring it is be
ing worn for almost all
We have it in tasty
gray or brown cassimeres
and blue serges $20 and
For smart styles and
fine tailoring our regular
models for spring are bet
ter than ever.
Kensingtons $20, $25
MAGEE & DEEMER
MUSIC AT CONVOCATION.
Clarinet Quintet Will Be Feature of
clarinet quintet will be the fea
ture of the Thursdaj convocation in
Mimoiial hall The musical program
Clarinet Quintet Mozart.
Theme w ith ar iadons
(' K Kwing. clarinet, Edward J
Walt, first iolin, Ernest Harrison,
second violin, William T Quick,
viola, Lillian Eiche cello
H ALLEY 'S COMET
Comes every 77 years.
You may see it twice.
Co nes only once in a
You Can't Afford to Miss It.
Oliver Theater, May 3.
Y. M. C .
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cloanod, Repaired and Pressed
Shop in Basement Y. M. C. A. Blcltf.
Dinner Ut30 to 1.30 'IE
Supper 5i30 to 7i30 tJL
Also Cafeterlan Styla
Do Your Laundry
FOl'N'D- A Binall pocketbook Call at
Station A l.M 2'
LOST Mj (' II Whitnah u. Descrlp
tlve Geometry Please return to the
"Hag" ofllce l.U :it
LOST A gold watch, engraved ' Mvi
mi," between () and S on Kith Re
ward if returned to this ollice '.2 Ut
LOST Wednes lay afternoon, watch
fob, locket attached, set with 1m ge
blue Btone Finder please re urn to
"Rag" ofllce for reward
LOST On campus, between Llbrarj
and l' Hall gold watch and fob
First name In case Reward if re
turned to Rag" office
FOl XI) ladies' black leather purse
Call at this ofllce and identify It
I tC. It
FRATERX1TIES Will sell on easy
terms or rent KI.TT R MusiiK-ss
phone G219, residence I8G 1 li
" SPA. "
Try a lunch at th Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y.M.C.A. 13th and P.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
Weekly shipments of tho best thero
is in chocolates.
California violots fresh every day.
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
I III if If JrWaB m
g JMBMHaM K r tlnffifwC-afttBIrS
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
TONIGHT AT 8:15
All This Week (Except Friday)
Mat. Wod. & 8at. at 2:30
Barrow -Wlnninger Players
In the Great American Comedy
THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Night 50, 35 & 25c. Mat. 25c
Next Week "The Witching Hour"
LINCOLN "A&E&prr3moy) i,J-
y;,VoH ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night, April 29th
SIMONE DE BERYL
PERCY WARAM & CO.
TUXEDO COMEDY FOUR
MOFFETT & CLAIRE TRIO
ERNIE & MILDRED POTT8
PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
DiscardZyour high shoes
and make your feet hap
py with Pa pair of our
new oxfords or pumps.
1107 O STREET
Collego shoo store -run by colleo men
tfTPSoe nB for your
1 next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. 14 St
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready rrmde.
Our way costs no more.
Be sure to seo our line first.
College View, Nebraska
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones,
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