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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TubllHliod by tho Student Publica
tion Hoard of tbo University of No-braHka
Editor SKARI-E K. HOLMES
MamiKiriK Editor. EAULK II. TAYLOR
AHHoclato Editor... V ('. M'CONNELL
AHHoeiato Editor... HUKTON S. HILL
Maimer (' C. HUCIIANAN
Ahh'I Manager I V. M()lliUhu;N
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Single Copies, 6 Centi Each.
I'tihorHity of Okiaboriui dally, re
(UOHtlng a place on our exchange list
which rc(U('Ht wo will K'ady comply
with Our correnponilent inentiotiH
tho fact that t ho HtudontH of the Houth
orn liiHtllutlon arc elated over tho
proRpoet of a Kanio with NobraHka,
and that in contemplation of tho im
pendinK HtruRKlo, a Ikotouh dofoiiHo
will be proHonted
SubHcribern to the RaK liae had
three montliH since Ta Day to pay
their HubHcriptloiiH. I'leaHo pay up nt
Seniors To Be Guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Avery Saturday. i
Telephone: Auto 1888.
Phones Auto 1888; Editor, Auto
10J5; Manager, Auto 1821.
Kntiird lit tlm istntlU-i at Lincoln,
N.-ln.i'iUi iih Hiconil cI.ihs mill niiiltor,
utiih i tin') Act of ruiiKii'SH of March 3.
WEDNESDAY, MAY X. I'M:
Tlieie in appaientl one department
of the Enhei-Hity devoted entirely to
the education and pleaHUie of the ntu
dent body shlch is warning away for
the lack of Hiipport 'I'lie fact that
thin department is maintained at
great tumble and expense to the
Hchool, ami with no mich incoineii
iencen to the utuilentH makes the de
ploralile condition all the more to be
For many yeats theie lime been
two programs each week devoted
wholl to the tasteH and pleasures of
the students They lime not consist
ed of a number of mediocre perfoi in
ances, but have included some oi uit
tertain the s
at their liiinn
eight to ten
and Mis Aveiy will en
nior class at a reception
. Saturday eening. from
carn. the chancellor's
reception to the graduating class was
the big eeut of commencement week
The last two or tlliee leceptions, hae,
however. been gien dining the
month of May
Now, almost the only event left in
commencement week is alumni da.
with its cotillion.
Formerly, both the chancellor's re
(option and the senior pla, together
with the day set aside for alumni ie
unions, attracted mangold "grails'
back to tho l'niersit comnieiice
All Btudontn should tIbH tho "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th S L Chaplin. Prop.
ers whose range of subjects has been
wide enough to interest the most in
different audience Nor have- speak
ers alone held the stage of the cono
cations, musical programs have al
temated with them, whenever pos
snble, and have merited much more
intercut that they have received
With the Idea of fostering the appro
elation of good music the Friday v es
per services wore instituted, but bad
to be given up because of the small
attendance. It is a striking fact that
at these musical programs there pre
sided some of tho very musicians who
generally charge the audience for
their services; the mere fact that at
convocation they play selections writ
ton by Tnnhauser, Llst or Moait
can scarcely account for tho differ
once in attendance at social functions
whore such melodies as "My I-ovin'
Man, rtiat Hypnotl'lu' Rag" (and
other atioeities whoso names leave
off the final "g" from the adjective),
Tomorrow morning at convocation
there Is to be presented a cantata en
titled, "The (late of Life." by Franco
Loonl. The music will without doubt
remain undisputedly tho best that has
boon heard In the chapel this year;
not onlv the music itself is of a high
order, but also the musicians, who
have devoted a groat deal of time to
It and will put on a finished produc
t Ion. This will offer an excellent op
portunlty for the student body to show
a revival of Interest and to make
known the fact that It can appreciate
music of the higher order.
Disappointment No. I "WHY didn t
I get n Cornhusker before they were
nation's most noted speakers; speak TsYJW.an If you hurry. Fifty cents
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Tho editor is pleased to acknowl
edge tho receipt of a letter from the
Y. 7VY.C A.
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We have the finest fabrics and make the best fitting clothes in
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May HO, 1912 Tickets $1.25
MISS LOUISE GRASSLER
The Barrow-Winninger Players
NOW PLAYING-THE OLIVER
This Week, "The Witching Hour"
The University of Chicago
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THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir lint Interut " n '"p""
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With the Fint National Bank,
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Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
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