The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 21, 1912, Image 3
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN K COMPET DATE CHANGED May 3l8t Set for the Annual Content In Deference to Old 8oldiers. The date for the annual "compef of the University cadet regiment was officially announced last night as May 31. Owing to the objection of the old soldicrB the military department changed their original plan of holding thiB event on the afternoon of Decora tlon Day. As UBiial, the "compel" will he held on the athletic rield The first call will be at 1 (to p m , and the whole afternoon will be taken up. so that each company will have plenty of tune to show what it can do. The indi vidual compet will be held immediate ly following the company drill After this event there will be only one more night of drill this yeai that being a dress parade. ( apt Halsey K YateB will then give a talk, the cadets will turn in equipment and drill will be ended for the year SATURDAY'S NEBRASKAN Contained Special Information for Prospective University Students. Saturday's issue of the Daily N'e braskan atti acted a great deal ol at tention from the high school visitors Special pains wore taKen witli the arious write ups that they might be of special interest to the isitors The two articles, 'The Claims of Nebraska as a School" and ' The Sewn ( alleges of Nebraska," were written b Ralph Doud, a freshman in the law school at the request of High School In speetor Heed Other "storioB" which caused com ment were the write-ups of "Athletics," "The Coeds' Actiities," and the edi torlals. .Many of the high school students called at the "Rag" olllce for copies of the paper The issue was also sent to all the high Bchools In the state which are on the exchange list OMAHA AGAIN VICTORIOUS Gate City Team Wins Highest Honors In the Annual Fete Day Meet. AfFWiA n v, L Y i i r r f i CLASSIFIED COLUMN You've got a hard row to hoe, if you think you can make a good impres sion by wearing poor clothes. 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