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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FETE DAY PROMISES SUCCESS
AT THE THEATRES
WILL BE ENTERED.
MEDALS ARE TO BE AWARDED
Thin Year's High School Meet to be
the Best One Held Since Inaugur
ation of Custom.
Seventoen high schools will be en
tered in tho Feto Day contest which
will occur on Nebraska Field Satur
day, May 18. Tho time Het for the
flrBt ovont 1b 2:30 p. m.
Thoro will bo about ono hundred
contOBtantB altogether, which will
moan a total of 250 entries. Owing
to tho fact that no high school will
sond any contestants other than the
pick of all the athletes, there 1b no
doubt that this meet will bo of the
highest athletic Quality, and the men
who win will be tho best men.
Arrangements have been made for
twenty-four raceB, and they will be
pulled oft on schedulo time, according
ly there will not bo the usual delay be
twoen events that has been a marked
feature at former state high school
In order that tho crowd may have
tho full beneilt of all that is to be seen,
it has been arranged that no persons
Bhall bo on tho Held except the con
testants. These will be mado to stand
on tho opposite side of the event go
ing on, so that tho view will not be
blocked for the spectators.
At all times during tho afternoon
there will be three events taking
place, one race and two in tho Held.
In this way the whole meet will be
over in two hours and a half.
Events in the Morning.
Tho shot put and hammer throw
will take place at eleven o'clock Sat
urday morning bo that thero will bo
no danger of anyono being injured as
a result of wild throws. At a large
number of high school Held days some
accident has occurred when those
events come off along with the rest
of tho meet, accordingly it was deem
ed best by tho olllcials to set the time
for these in tho morning.
For all first placeB a gold medal
will be awarded, for seconds a silver
medal and for third place one of
bronze. Fourth places will bo award
ed a banner of expensive material,
hh also will tho school winning tho
meet, and tho winners of the relayB.
Near tho finish lino 3 fit) seats hae
been reserved which will be ten cents
extra, the general admission being
twenty-five cents. Tickets may be
obtained at any of the book stores
It has also been arranged so that
no one will have to cross the field in
order to reach the grandstand.
.Much time has been put upon tho
arrangement of this year's Fete Day
and It is the opinion of tho officials
that it will be better than any former
THE POOR BENCHES INTERFERE
MANY CONVERSATIONS INTER
RUPTED BY FREQUENT
Several times this week it has been
called to pur attention by many of
tho stuxlents tltat the benches on tho
campus are badly in need of repair.
At first, after duly considering tho
matter, wo camo to the conclusion that
wo would do nothing about it, but
later in tho afternoon ono of tho re
porters camo In from his run and re
marked that tho bad condition of tho
benches was no joke. For thiB reason
we roconeldored tho matter, and havo
You've got a hard row
to hoe, if you think you
can make a good impres
sion by wearing poor
Good impressions are
occasionally made in spite
of poor clothes, but a lot
oftener they are made as
a result of good ones.
Our Kensingtons are
the sort that make good
impressions, stylish, well
tailored, perfect fitting
they're bound to please
the particular college man.
$20, $25 and up.
MAQEE & DEEMER
changed our minds about taking the
In tho first place, the benches are
tilted ho far forward that they are
uncomfortable to sit upon; thus much
bench work is discouraged Some
time on account of the standards be
ing In the ground too long, the rotten
members wll give way while two
perHotiH, deeply interested in ono an
other, are just getting involved in a
moist serious conversation. Of course,
on account of the broken bench, tho
conversation is discontinued, and per
hnpH never again will thero ever come
a time when thiB Biimo lino of talk will
bo repeated; thus many engagements
neuT coino to pass.
In order that these thingB may be
bettered wo strongly adviso that the
benches be fixed as Boon aB possible
0, it'H ho' for the army, it's ho! for
It's ho! for the regiment, marching
t ramp, tramp.
U'h ho! for the flag and tho trumpet's
U'h ho! for the officers leading us
U'h ho! for the girls wo are leaving
U'h ho! yes, it's hoping for us they
U'h ho' for tho hardtack and bacon
It's ho! for tho khaki and other such
U's ho for the guard mount and regi
It's ho! for tho spirit which does what
U's ho! for tho sentinel feigning deep
It's ho! for the stragglers, caught up
as they creep;
U'h ho! for the guardhouse, demerits
U'h ho! for the cook squad, you pn
U'h ho! for the hiko and tho joy of
It's ho! for tho straw and the blanket
It's ho! for the hop and tho girls
who'll bo there,
It's ho! for tho faces which seem
It's ho! for tho break-up next Satur
It's ho! back to home, whero we're
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I'LEASK return to Rag office drawing
instruments, descriptive and analy
LOST Wednesday from memorial
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