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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1913)
T n E DAILY VEBRARKAN
"NEBRASKA" TITLE OF NEW
Nathan Berstein of Omaha High
School Publishes the
Professor Nathan llernstein, head
of the Physics department of (lie Oin
aha High School, has written a pa
triotic song called "Nebraska " Mr
Hernstein is a Dartmouth man but
has always been interested in the
state University and the good it ac
complishes among the young people
of the state. The song is a strong,
innpiring melody with a tune that
appeals to ones emotions almost as
strongly as some of the national airs.
It is for sale at almost any of the
music stores in Lincoln and Omaha
and is being pushed by Stuart Gould,
who is managing its sale and distri
Let all who love NeFraslia "IT come
gather when she calls
To sing again the happy days of
life within her halls;
Her cream and scarlet banners float
high o'er prairies wide
That c:ry heart which beats for
her may thrill with loyal pride.
Nebraska, Nebraska, Hail dear Alma
Sound her name that e 'i v ear
May drink its note of rythmic cheer
The names l those who drank from
thee are lound in every land,
,In life';, lore! rout they take their
place, a gallant western band,
What'er betide, Nebraska's tame will
hold them to her ways,
That all the world may know the
kind who sing Nebraska's
When night is come, her curtain down
to slacken life's swift pace
A hard earned rest will come to
those who led the fevered race.
And when the roll is called of till
whoso faith has kept them
Emblazoned high among the iist, Ne-
braska'.s name is seen
(Cop right b Nathan Bernstein )
Loeb's Orchestra, Phone L7G20.
Frolich's Orchestra, I'lione L-7363.
Agnes Russel is back in school
C II. Frey, University florist, 1133
j C 1 1 urt t was called home by the
death of his sister, Mrs Hocher at
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N street.
W F. Day, '0(, who has charge of the
western ofllce of .las A Green and Co
at Hoise, Idaho, visited the campus
Hox Paper, 10c this week. Univer
sity Hook Store, :!40 N 11th St. Adv.
Initial Cards and Stationery. Get it
at University Hook Store, 240 N. 11th
Dr. Alldritt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
Full line Fraternity Tablets The
University Hook Store Adv
The Scandina ian Club meets next
Mondaj the 7th of April at 8 p m in
Faculty Hall of the Temple. Twelfth
and K streets Prol A. S. Uidderveld
will speak on "The Later Develop
ments ot the Norwegian Industry " All
Scandinavians interested are heartily
Convocation Tuesday will be under
the auspices of the Agricultural Col
lege Dean Burnett will be in charge
of the program Several good speak
ers and talented musicians will be on
the program The program will offer
an opportunity to the students of the I
other colleges to become more or less I
familiar with the agricultural college j
A survey of the work carried on in the
different groups of the college will be
explained so that anyone wishing to,
know about the -college will find it I
profitable to be at the Tuesday Con-
We justly magnify the
importance ot discrimina
tion in buying your
Critical care and thoro
knowledge of correct fash
ions has guided us in se
lecting our spring stocks.
Therefore we are posi
tive that we can please
you perfectly. -
Kensington suits for
spring turn your atten- I
tion'to them for a moment. i
Compare them with
any clothes you know of,
and we believe the com
parison will convince you
They fit and stay fit
$20, $25 and upward.
Kenmores the best at the
price $14.50 and $25.
For spring drizzles
Cravenettes. S.l i p o n s
smart as well as service
able $5 to $25.
MAGEE & DEEMER
LINCOLN AURORA OMAHA
Tonight, Saturday and Sat Matinee
AL. G. FIELD
Night, $1 00 to LT)c Malii.ee. "0c
Tuesday Night. April S
In "Over the River"
PRICKS $1 00 to f.Oc
Program for week beginning on
Monday Night, April 31.
OFEDOS' FIVE MUSICAL GOR-
MR. & MRS. JACK M'GREERY
THOMAS P JACKSON & CO
J. R Armstrong &. Manly Jas.
THURS., FRIDAY & SAT.
Wright, Durfor & Griswold
NORWOOD & NORWOOD
. "What Happened To Mary."
"A Way of the Underworld"
j "The Gate She Left Open."
"The Blarney Stone"
Thiee Shows l)ail. Matinees li P
. M Night 7 and It P M Matinees
Childn u :, dulK UK N'lght,
All Seats If.c I
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. -:- 13tb aid P
"College Shoes for College Men"
Boys, this is the
-the Bootery's Blooded Britisher,
for Spring and Summer Wear.
Made with semi-narrow English
toe, flat English heel, sunken
eyelets, custom sole.
"The Wellington is the dope in Kollege Kut
Klogs," for there is something new and different
about it, that makes the lads all like it.
a v. Roberts Men' s Bootery 144 N-12th
FRANK D. EAGER
B. Sc. of N. '93.
For City Commissioner
It is a matter of mutual advantage m man was to hae the
city and universitj administrations able to co-opeiate and work in
harmony for the development of both the city and university This
will be particularly true 'during the next tew jears when many
matters' relative to campus extension, parking of streets, and boule
vard construction for the development of a great and beautiful Uni
versity must be settled.
The old time members of the faculty know me They know of
my loyalty to every interest of the university. As to my qualifi
cations ask them.
For City Commissioner
FRANK D. EAGER
U. of N. '93.
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