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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!
Puhliflhod by tho Student Publica
tion Mould of tho University of No
My F. P. P
Kditor H HARMS F. HOLMES
Managing Kditor F (' MeCONNFLL
Associate Kditor lU'KTON H HILL
Associate Kditor RUTH MI'NCKIt
Manager C. C. MUC.HANAN
Ass't Manager J. V. MORRISON
Circulation Manager LKO RRKKN
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Slnglo Coplci, 6 Cent! Each.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
Nloht Phones Auto 1888; Editor, Auto
1035; Manager, Auto 1821.
Kntricd ut th ii.ist(m'i at Mncnln.
Ni'lniiNkii, iih hccuikI cUh.h timll matter,
uiiilfi- the Act of Coiikichs of March 3,
SATURDAY. MAY I I, V.)2
Any co-eda who wish to report newa
for the Dally Nebraskan during the
week of camp are asked to call at the
"Rag" office at 11 o'clock Monday.
MORAL SUPPORT EFFECTIVE.
Today's track inert with Minnesota
offers an excellent opport unit to din
play loyalt and spirit in the face of
iwherse conditions Kven tlu moHt
optitniHtic supporter admits that Ne
brasku's chain cs of winning are Hlini
The reuHoiiH which may be aligned
for this conilitlon are numerous and
are ol little consequence, the fact re
mains that the team will do'its best at
any cost, and to do Its best it will
need the support ol everj student
Western collegians ate oonstanth
confionted with references to Yale
spirit, u iualit and iiiaiitity of spirit
which is at its height when the team
is losing,, Flashes of such loyalty
haw maife their appeal unco here at
Nebraska; whether or not they wore
modeled on the ancient example, and
whether or not tho example Itself Is
u realty makes little difference Tho
usefulness and fineness of such spirit
is utHiuestionod and should ho in ovi
donee this afternoon, at any cost
The lawyers hue 1een plotting
eer since their lust throat to put out
an issue of the "Kag" and now delln
Holy announce that the will commit
the deed some day next week, pro!)
ably Tuesday or Wednesday
They do not intend to encroach up
on tho lights of the co-eds who will
have the privilege of publishing the
paper next week, nor do they propose
to put to shame their unfortunate
companions ut camp, at tho same
time they maintain that their lit rary
efforts will bo surprising and delight
Tho Vikings Initiated tho following
men Wednesday: George Hanson, liw-
rence Robinson, Frank Tipton. Cecil
Hachoritch. Ralph llarnoy, Ueorgo
Seemann. Harry Smith, llayard Critlln,
lUalno Hallash and Albert Tlbbets
For your oi chest ru call O L .loaes
Subscribers to the Rag huso had
throe months since Tag Day to pay
their subscriptions Please pay up at
Kngiuved dunce programs dono in
Lincoln. Ockor Kng'aing company
The Frat House Board. j
Frat house board Is a scientific diet i
arranged throe times a day by one
member of the fraternity who is stu
cossfully coping with tho high co:it
of living Tho frat house table is via
Ited several times daily by a bunch
of gloomy hopefuls who spend their'
time trying to subdue tho elusiw '
stowed prune and the sole leather Hup
Jacks This is a very exhaustive
process, and usually results in cans i
ing tho boarder to occasionally visit '
home and mother, or a hotel, or re
sort to an occasional hint for a din
nor bid from a frat brother who l!os
in tho city
Tho frat house table is tho only in
stitution which bus not been jolted by.
th( hih ,VPHt of living 'It is presided
over by a stern financial despot who
sits up nights conceiving plans for
supplying his dear brothers with a'
little more nourishment at $ ! f( per
Kvery fall a horde of young hopefuls i
who bae hoard of a frat house only '
as a place which resembles a Pull j
man dining car, come cantering in the
house for their llrst meal after 'rllsh' i
week, and there, for the (list time in
their young lhes. roali.e what is
meant by the term, "just like mother
used to make " i
There is no more pathetic sight '
than to see a burly halfback trying to I
wiap a Poland China appetite around!
a thimble lull of corn beef hash on
Monday night Yet what sympathetic
brother has not looked upon this sad
spectacle and wept in secret"' Hut who
is there who will not praise the board
which they have at their respective
frat houses and write home letters do i
scribing tho lare lands which are to,
be found upon the table almost daily9
Fathois and mothers have been!
known to weep bitterly when their oil' I
spring comes home for his ucation
and ravenously devours his meals at
the same time making remarks about
the excellent culinary artist who pre
sides in the frat house kitchen, and
of her qualifications as a cook.
A year spent at tho table of a fru
ternity house is a liberal education in
itself Physical endurance bus be
come u valuable asset,
Professor Chatburn Returns.
Professor Chatbuin bus returned
from Ames where he delivered an ad
dross Wednesday before the engineer
ing society on "Primary Transporta
tion " While at Ames he met the fol
lowing Nebraska alumni and reports
that they are doing well Professor
Davidson, and Assistant Professor
Costollo of the agricultural engineer
ing department ; Associate Professor
Shane, of electrical engineering, and
Professor McDonald, Forestry
For your Steaks, Chops aavd Quick
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Note tho distinguished Jlat forepart, tho semi-narrow
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These are the hall-marks of a HtU Style that is as
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The "Aristocrat" model is incoming Style.
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