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THE DAILY UBRASKAN
The D ai ly N ebr ask a n
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day Offlce 11-1888. Editor 13-1518. Managing Editor B-3844
Night Office FM204. HiiHinoRH Manager IM821.
EdItor-ln-Chlef Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M. SNYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MASON, C. NEIL BROWN
Kred N. Wells
I. K. Froat
E. M. Kndlpck
R. F. Lyman
Clniro Hardin Winifred Seeger
Manager C. C. Buchanan Assistant Manager J. L. Drlscoll
Circulation Manager T. Erlo Koofor
Subscription $2.00 per yenr in advanced " 5 cenTs percopyT
Entered at the postofHco at Lincoln, Nebrnska, as second clasiTm alter
under act of Congress March 3, 1879.
THURSDAY, MAY I, 1913
Shiftiness Is a state of dormant tor
pidity something akin to the "sleeping
sickness" produced by venomous bite
of the tse tse fly, only it Is not con
fined exclusively to tropical climates.
The rise of the thermometer to 90 de
grees causes the instant infection of
the entire student body of tho Uni
versity with this langorous malady.
Tho disease is luckily of short dura
tion and may be readily cured by re
fraining" from study, and by strolling
for some hours with some member of
the opposite sex. A trip to the Or
pheum or a soda fountnin is also ex
tremely beneficial and if used with
good judgment will extract tho hooks
from the most persistent hook worm
in existence. The difficulty arises,
however, from the fact that the reme
dies cure the slufllness but not the
"shilling" there is a distinction.
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
Co-Edt to Trip the Light Fantastic
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Fire Fly (original), Annie Wynne.
Moonbeams (original), Helen Ran
dall. Furlana, Ruth Sheldon.
Greek Reveries (original), Gertrude
Woodland Play (original), Ethel
Bluet ta Polka, Ruth Fitch.
Gipsy Camp, Amy Garner.
Russian Wedding, group.
Poppies, Hazel Allen.
Spirit of Spring, Magdaline Whitely.
Not only will the grace and ballet
skill of tho university girls bo dis
played by the exhibition of dances,
but their originality in achieving cos
tumes and Ingenuity in designing
them, will be shown. Tho most elab
orate of costumes will bo worn, and
are for the most part designed and
made by tho girls themselves.
Miss Lucile Ellis and Miss Blanche
Stewart will preside at the piano.
The girls taking part in the exhibi
tion are pupils of the physical educa
tion class under the supervision of
Absolutely no papers will be given
out from the ofllce tomorrow when the
girls' edition comes out. Every paper
must be checked out from Station A.
FROM AMONG THE DAILY
The Instructor and the Girl.
The girl was attending summer
school because she had not accom
plished the stipulated amount of work
during her three winters in college,
and was fearful of not having the re
quired number of hours for gradua
tion. Sho had arranged four hours'
work and wished to take one more.
for the hour's credit, not the work.
Economics was the only subject avail
able, and this conflicted with her sche
dule. She went to see the instructor in
economics. He was a pale studious,
young man, consecrated to his work,
and possessed or a generous willing
ness to help struggling students. The
girl explained her difficulty, and the
young man offered to lecture to her
privately at twelve o'clock, her vacant
It was mid-July and very hot. The
hour from twelve to one o'clock was
the most wearisome of the day. The
glaring sun streamed into the class
room, and the flies buzzed while the
instructor, occasionally mopping his
brow, lectured to tho solitary girl for
one full hour. In his class which met
at eight, he required some recitation,
but feeling that it would be unfair to
allow the burden of this to Tall one one
person, he did not require it. Ho con
tinued lecturing and the girl continued
listening until tho middle of August,
when examination time arrived. The
girl's entire energy had been spent in
accepting tho instructor's services.
She had absorbed as much of the lec
tures as she could without offort, dur
ing the hottest part of the day. She
had neglected her text-book, in fact,
had not opened it at all. She decide
that she could get aong without the
credit, apportioned to economics, and
"cut" the examination.
Dr. Alldritt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
The Ten Virgins.
There were ten virgins who sum
moned up their courage and went forth
to get an A. B. degree. And five of
them were wise and five were foolish.
And tfley that were foolish studied
not, but wasted their time and con
sumed their substance in midnight
spreads and rare-bit orgies. But the
wise bored with wondrous diligence
and recited in class with amazing ala
crity. The time went on. At length a ru
mor ran among them, "Alas, a quiz is
coming and we must be ready to meet
it." Then all tho virgins arose with
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Tho popular "Belmont" notch Collar
made In self striped Mndrai. 2 for 25c
Cluctt, Pcabody & Co., Makers
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE S0IC1TED
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OVER TRACK PROSPECTS?
If you get discouraged this time a year because you
lack "Pep", don't blame all that dead feeling to the
spring fever your clothes are to blame. This is the
season that demands light suits, and thin, loose-fitting
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"a h .A. m K U " I MiBi " Km M
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
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