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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PubllRhod by the Student Publica
tion Hoard of tho UnlvorBlty of No
brneka. EDITORIAL 8TAFF
Editor SKAHLB F. HOLMES
Mannglng Editor. EARL.E H. TAYLOR
AHHorlato Editor... F. ('. M'CONNELL
AsHodato Editor... HURTON 8. HILL
Matmgor C. C. BUCHANAN
ABH't Manager J. V. MORRISON
Circulation Manager LEO BREEN
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Telephone: Auto 1888.
Night Phones Auto 1888; Editor, Auto
1035; Manager, Auto 1821.
Kntorod at the postofllco at Ilncoln,
NrtiruHku, as hc.coihI-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
FRIDAY, MAY :t, l'.MU.
DIFFERENCE OF A FEW MONTHS.
TIiIh Ih tlic season of ':( year which
demands will power. It wiih cany
enough to outer the warm regioiiH of
the Library lam winter when the biiow
swirled about the corners and the
'lectric lamps within cast a cheer
ful glow over the faces of the absorbed
students. Hut now, the warm and en
ticing -.ej)hrs have supplanted the
swirling snow, the glow of the elec
iric lamps is eclipsed by the beams
of the lunar planet which revels In the
charm of the May evening The trees
cast a soft and mysterious shade over
the moonlit campus, the imp corn
wagon hovers about the gates like a
vulture, the call of the soda fountain
is like that of a siren, the girls look
particularly charming, and all in all,
the outdoors seems to offer the only
Thr faithful one labor hard through
all these dllllculties, and him whose
conscience pains him equally as much
as it did last fall, when he went un
prepared to classes, who grits bis
teeth and wades through the pagoB of
Blank's treaties on "The Theories of
How to Study," is one not only to be
pointed out as unusual, but one to be
A DESERVED SUCCESS.
The first band concert was a suc
cess in every respect. The music was
good, the crowd was gratifying and in
spirit and everything turned out re
markably well, considering that it was
the Initial attempt. One of the most
encouraging Incidents of the evening
occurred when the band played that
well known air, "IT, lT, UNI " and the
whole crowd took up the tune and
sang it lustily; those who couldn't
sing yelled or whistled and the atmo
sphere was rent with such enthusiasm
as is seldom evinced outside of foot
You remember that HKJ FOURTH
OF JULY CELEBRATION Well, It
won't HOLD A CANDLE TO "THE
DIPLOMAT." You had better get
those tickets before it is TOO LATE
Corgeous cost nines, great music, good
lively cast- .V! Col ding it. I'm go
All students should visit tho "Col
lego Inn Burber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L Chaplin, Prop.
Stout in New Office.
Prof () V. P Stout, lately made j
dean of the engineering college, has j
fitted up and moved Into a new office
on the second floor of mechanics art
hall. A novel feature of tho furnish
ings Is that all the pictures are to be
of locations and construct ions by for
mer Nebraska students.
A Lucky Man.
Henry Van Wesep, a senior at Mich
igan, within a single day learned that
be had been elected to Phi Beta Kap
pa, that he had been offered a $:HlO fel
lowship In philosophy nt Michigan,
and finally, that he bad been awarded
a similar fellowship at Princeton uni
versity worth $r0(l.
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto B-2fff.
Big Crowd at Convocation.
Mo.art's clarinet quintet at convo
cation Thursday morning drew one of
the largest crowds that has attended
the chapel services since the last foot
ball rally. The musicians were: E.
0 Walt, first violin; E. L. Harrison,
second violin; W T Quick, viola;
Miss Lillian Eiche. cello; E. W. Evvlng,
Acoth sorority entertained nt the
chapter house, 111 10 E street Thurs
day afternoon, the kensington of Elec
tra chapter, (). E. S. Between seventy-five
and one hundred guests were
present. The hostesses served light
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
Phi Gams Still Winning.
Phi damnm Delta defeated Sigma
Phi Epsilon in an exciting game ves
terday morning by a score of S to 1
Leslie Lewis, who caught for the Phi
Cams, had two fingers painfully hurt
FRIDAY, MAY I!.
Kosniet Klub play.
SATURDAY. MAY 1.
Students' Debating Club.
Delta Zetn formal party.
Plii Beta Kappa initiation and sup
per. Beta Theta Pi banquet.
Subscribers to the Rag have had
three months since Tag Day to pay
their subscriptions. Please pay up at
Engraved dance programs done in
Lincoln. Ocker Engraving company
Brow noil block
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir omt Intirut m " pb'
$100 Opons on Account
With the Tint National Bank,
Oor. 10th aad O.
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
Capital Tailoring & Clothes Co.
Suits cleaned and pressed by the
month $1.50. High,Class,Tailoring
Auto I. NjjS II40 O SSt.
fiirk uith foot Come up ml vlsil my "P-
Ulllo mill rCCI staiis sample shoe store
BUDD, The Ladies' Man, 1413 0 St.
Tomorrow Is the Finish
Fot Caps worth tip to
Sec out display in
front show case
i4i9 Company o st.
AN exclusive "Custom Shoe" Style.
May be seen (at $8.00 to $12.00 per pair) in
the famous "made to measure" Shops of New
York and London.
Note the distinguished jlat forepart, the semi-narrow
receding toe, the level sole, carrying wide shank, and low
These are the hall-marks of a 191 2 Stifle that is as
correct wear with the fashionable Sets of London and
Paris as with fashionable New Yorkers.
The ''Aristocrat" model is incoming Style.
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Also in Russia Calf Heels 98 Long
Invisible eyelets Long Custom Stock No. 757U
Speier & Simon
Tenth and O Streets'
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