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T II E DAILY URRASKAN
KENNETH M. SNYDER
The Daily nebraskan
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Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebrasska
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Eriltor-m-Chief Managing taitor
C. L. REIN.
J. L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MASON C. NEIL BROWN
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Hortense Kauffnian Ruth Squires
" Business Staff:
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Circulation Manager - T. Erie Keefer
Paul I.. Martin
K M Kadleck
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made in self striped Madras. 3 for 25c
Cluett, Pcabody & Co., Maker
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16. 1913
Starts at Armory
Tonight at 7:30
It Is claimed Unit the lecent rule
of the committee on student organize
tlons, prohibit hip; classes In debt from
holding events at whkh an admittance
Is charged, will prevent all but tno
freshman class trum having a dance The Engineers wll hae their big
this semester We, wish that the fear . council-of-war at the German hall,
of no more dances would become sufn- Tenth and N streets, tonight The
ciently prevalent to spare us the ne- change in the plans was necessitated
cessity of continually drawing the at the fact that the Co. F armory,
attention or University classes to the where the rally was to have been hel5
real and tangible evil ol debts and'" ' be used by the militia tonight
extravagance. Sometimes the ab The shop men will gather at thej-J
sence or a luxury upon which man) Univetslty armory at 7:20 this even
have come to lely as need Is a more ing
mm ill z "I
eftecthe check on wiong than mere
But as u matter of fact it is not
necessary that class dances cease We street, the engineers' armory pro-
Headed by the "Old German Hand"
the parade will start promptly at ,,
i 30 Aftei a few capers on O
can obey the rule, and pay our debts
without putting a stop to class dances.
A group of Individuals can run the
dance in the interest of the class and
hold themselves responsible in case
the eent goes behind It the debts
are ever to be paid, someone must
legally as well as actually take th
llsk '.hat his management naturally
places upon him To this very lack
of responsibilitv nimh ol our
present financial uupleasan ness is
due. The iule does nothing more
than make it compulsorv tor us to do
what m honor and justice we are al
ready bound to do Let ttiose who
eeed to tin German hall, where there
will b plenty of eats and smokes.
The Kugineers quartet will give a few,
appropriate songs, parodies, etc, and
several other feature stunts will be,
pulled off It is expected to be a big'
enthusiasm breeder .
Pay your subscription now.
Has gained admission to the Uni
versity. Let us gain your ear just long enough to
say that we have anticipated warm weather
with a big assortment of the thinnest, coolest
Negligee Shirts, with attached or detached
Military collars and in the most pleasing de
signes and color effects- a wide choice of quali
ties from $1 to $7.50, and they are going fast'
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO,
Good Clothes Merchants
NOTICF For classy finishing see i
Fiedciuk Macdouald Auto phone
H :;:(JS Tlie Know Mow Photographer
have put classes m debt bv dances, , CAMPUS
put tin in out ot debt 1 (lain t
IS the spil it of tile new l llle
Th.iL NOTK'K For class finishing see
Piedeiick Macdonald Auto nhone
P !.!t'iS The Know How Photographer
I'llloil Litci.llV s(i(let held Its - -
twent. eighth annual banquet last Sal- KTUUF.NT solicitors, new work, good
urdav evening at the Lindell hotel. commissions to right men 12:54 S
Covers were laid for !-itv, a number i,t- 4-1 1-1 8-7 1
of whom were alumni Dean and M is. . . . .
. . . I'OKhALK New Ward fc Wright ten
honorary members ot l nhiuiu
.. . .ins racket, bargain at .r See V ii-m.
guests ol Honor. .
i-i ,. t-i i ., , i com, junior law. 1-1 1 -3 1
Slyvester . Shonku, Uivv 12, acted as' ' ll "l
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
K K Hessey.
the society weie
toastmastt r and called for the follow
ing toasts. Reminiscences, J. Tlat
flield, Law, '11, College Ufe, A. Rl
Hall, '11, The Current cai', C K
Miller. Law, 'lf; The Union Gnls.
Dorothy Dunkin, '11, Union and
Politics, Roseoe C ().niaii, Law, '()7;
Prospects, Louis K. Hanisch, '13.
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LOST A spike pin Tuesday morning
on the campus. Please return to
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Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
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