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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
I'ubllHhocl by the Student Publica
tion Hoard of the I'nUerHity of No-bniHkii
bold In Art Hall Mciv 1 1. tho fol
lowing c-Iuhhoh, now meeting m A
biary IlO'i, will meet In the muHlc ball
of the Temple KngliHh Iitetature L',
political Hcleiu e 1,1;, Kuiopeau liiHtoi
1 and art HtudentH
'1 Iiot nbui g"s ()r( beHtra Auto H 2."i.ri0
AT THE THEATRES
Keillor . SKKU; !' HOMIICS
Managing Kdltor K A II MO II TAYLOR
AHHoclato Kdltor K (' M'CONNIGM,
AHHoeiato Kdltoi ...IH'RTON S lUA.
Manager (' C HUCHANAnI
Aunt Managei ' V MORRISON I
Clirnliition Manager .. A'A) HKKION i
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $200 PER YEAR
Pay.ible In Advance
Slnolo Copies. 6 Centi Each.
Telephone- Auto 1888
Night Phones Auto 1888, Editor, Auto
1035, Manager, Auto 1821
1. nli nil at III" postiidlco lit Lincoln,
Ni In. imU, i it h m mm! lass mill matter,
unili-i 1 1 13 Ai't of CoiiRieHi of March 3.
SAT1 RDAY MAY I, I'M 2
Speaking of the band conceit, on
the campiiH Wednesday owning, we
aie of the opinion that moic like it
should be highly l ecommended The
opinion has boon expressed that It
was a good (banco foi the fussers to
get .i date and stioll about while the
band was londeiing its martial stiains,
yet the ( oncei t had other adantagos
An alfair like this calls all the stu
dents togethci in ,i moi e or loss in
foi mill wa wherein many now ac
(luaintances aie made It Is true that
Nebraska has almost too many social
eents as it is. but at the dancing
pintles oi tho pionis It is cry unusu
al it any one gets a chance to con
eise with nioi e than a dozen people
at the outside- and those are. in
most cases, people not mere acquaint
It Ih for this leaaoii LliaL lite JjlUld
concei t idea should bo encouraged
The campus was tilled Wednesday
evening with more students than are
nsually seen at any social gathering,
and it was plain to be seen that it
was not only tho fussers who were
Inning a good time
Kor the same leason, Ivy Day and
Dandelion Day aie of great benefit to
the student body All holidays of
this nature gie many a chance to be
come acquainted with other students
whom they hae often seen, but never
Senior Vespers Tuesday.
Invitations have boon sent out to all
heiiior gills lor tho senior vespers to
bo given by the Y W C A Dr W.
W Lawrence will speak and Miss
lhuel Stanton will Bing The vespers
will be held in the Temple at o o'clock
Kor your orchestra call O. L Jones,
S TKRI) Y. MAY 1
Students Debating Club
Delta Zeta foi mal pai ty
I Mi I Beta Kappa initiation and sup
Beta Theta I'i banquet
Silbsci ibeis to the Rag have had
tin oo months since Tag Day to pay
their subscriptions l'lease pay up at
Class Rooms Change.
On account of the art exhibit, to bo
TBAMP-TRAMP-TRAMP gy J
Prices $2.50 and $2.95 BUDD, 1413 0 St.
GET IN LINE mn IflU U Uh
(' H Krey, florinl. 1133 O 8t
Caiol Howanl is spending the week
end at hei borne in Omaha
Hojd Punting Co , ILTi No '1 St
Kli7abetb Weston leaeH toda foi
Heat i ice, where she will spend Sunda
Have MraeH print it for you.
Not th Kleenth St
Inez Fiegenbauin, I'M"), j;:i i' a ie
cital for graduation last night at Wes
lejan Kills ersity
Ted Marriner, Cleaner and Hatter,
23f. No 11th.
Coo Ruchanan loft yesterday foi
bis borne in Omaha where be will
spend Satin day and Sunday
George Bros , expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N
Donald W Miller will eiiteilain the
active ohaptei of Delta Kpsilon at a
dancing party tonight at bis borne
May 1st is the date when all sub
scriptions to the R.ig should be paid
Are you still delinquent?
Ivy Day May 22, 1912. Inter-claso
field and track meet. MedalB awarded '
to the winners. Freshmen are especi-
lally urged to compete.
Tho entile active chapter of Delta
Tail Delta are spending today in Kre
mont, leaving early this morning in
automobiles They will bo entertained
while in Fremont by alumni members
of the frater nity
SCRIHNKR'S MAC.A.INK SCR
SCRIPTION SOLICITORS easily
oai n Liberal Commissions, also can
pick up eti.i prize money Kor full
particulars regarding commissions,
pi Ioh, free adv ertising matter, sain
pie copies, address Desk C lfi."
Fifth Avenue, New York City
V. M. C A.
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed
Shop in Basement Y. M. C A Bhlg.
Dinner U:30 to Ji30 )Cr
Supper 5t30 U 7i30 XJL
Also Cafeterlan Styk
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir oint Interest " n dpg,ltl
$1.00 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank.
Oor. 10th aad O.
I I'LKASK return to Rag olllce diawmg
I instruments, desciiptne and analy
LOST Wednesday fiom memoiial
seat of '()(', a valuable note book
i Return to this oflice
LOST Wodnes lay afternoon watch
fob, locket attached, sot with l.iigc
blue stone Kinder please re'uin to
"Rag" olllce for leward
LOST On campus between Libraiv
and K Hall gold watch and fob
Knst name m case Reward if re
I ui nod to Rag ' oflice
roi'NI) ladies' black leather purse
Call .it this oflice and identif it
1 '.() .!t
KOl'Nl) Thuisday afternoon lady s
pockotbook ( all at olhce and Idon
KRATKRNIITKS Will sell on easy
tonus or rent Ki.'iT R Business
phono filM'.l, residence Ij-S(1'
" SPA. "
Try a lunch at th. Y. M. a A.
LBoh Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and t.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
Woe'dy shiimonts of the lies then?
is in choco a
Huylet a Uyhltmon's
mil Jm lt$llMf
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15
TODAY 2:30 & 8:15
Barrow -Winninger Players
In "THE FORTUNE HUNTER"
NEXT WEEK, COM. MON. NIGHT
Mats. Wed & Sat at 2:30
"IMH WITCMINO HOUR"
Augustus Thomas' Play
Night 50, 35 & 25c. Mat. 25c
I lUPni M MA IINIM S(l2cept Monday) a:J
LlhlUULIl HVININOS Al K.jo
V;.V0?.?,h ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night, April 29th
SIMONE DE BERYL
PERCY WARAM & CO.
TUXEDO COMEDY FOUR
MOFFETT & CLAIRE TRIO
ERNIE & MILDRED POTTS
PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Discard yourt)high shoes
and make your feet hap
py with a pair of our
new oxfords or pumps.
1107 O STREET
College shoo store run by collogo'mon
"ITSee mb for your
f next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. HSt
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Be sure to sec our line first.
College View, Nebraska
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$1.00 Foutain Pen.
$1.00 Safety Razors
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