The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 10, 1913, Image 2

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    THE DAILY lEDRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRA8KA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Telephones:
Day OfTlce IM888. Editor B-1518. Managing Editor B-3844
Night Oinco n-4204. HurIiiprb Manager B-1821.
Editorial Staff: "
Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M. SNYDER
Associate Editors
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABE TH MASON, C. NEIL BROWN
Scribes:
Homer Phillips Clarence Spelr I K. Frost
R, F. Lyman Fred N. WcIIh R. M. Kadleck
Society Reporters:
Olalre Hardin Winifred Seeger
Hortenso Kouffmnn
Business Staff:
Manager C. C. Buchanan Assistant Manager J. L. Driscoll
Circulation Manager T. Erlo Koofer
Ethel Arnold
Ruth S(uires
Subscription $2.00 per year In advance. 5 centB per copy.
Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln, Nebraska, as .second class matter
under act of Congress March 3, 1879.
The popular "Belmont" notch Collar '
made In self striped Madras. 2 for 25c '
AIRFLOW
COLLARS
Cluctt, Pcobody & Co., Makers
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
JEWELER
S. S. SHEAN
OPTICIAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOI CITED
SATURDAY, MAY 10. 1913
THICKER GROWS THE SOUP! ,t' iiuI.iiik iippnmt lies lufiiiTTj TTTf
To our lefusal to publish without with tln dance; lit jo 1)(. unrefined
free tickets the announcement of the. Minnesot.i Daily.
law barbecue committee, the mem-' - - I
bers of that committee have publicly Mh- Haves will give an illustrated
replied Their laconic rejolner con-, lecture on "Kngenics" to all Home
tains but three sentences. The first : Economic stud nts next Tuesday eve
sentence states that for the publica- '"K. -M' 11. at X o'clock, II 102. Im
tlon of announcements we demanded mediately following the lecture tin
ten conips. As a matter of fact we 'Household Arts club will hold its
demanded only three. regular meeting in Y. M ('. A. rooms
Their second sentence states thai ,n t li Temple.
we are looking grim because of our)
disappointment and chagrin at not re-1 HOPEFUL OF TRACK MEET
ceiving favors. As a matter of fact. I (Continued from Page One)
that grim look is caused by an in-! ,,.,, ,llinlI,.H. Nl.,,lskni U(lHtrum,
herited quality of taking ourHelves Nafisl KansaHi ,IaZ(Mli ,,
,. ..!,, ..I.. .....I I., III.. ' J
i ww nuiuufi), unu uei mine, iikc; ,,UI Sni'Olll
right to tree tickets, that grim look
lias been wish us so long, we Insist
on keeping it as a pri .script ive right
Their last sentence charges that
our effort to collect a part of the
Hag's regular pay, in reliance upon
which we get work out of the staff,
is inconsistent with our fight on ex
t ra agauci
barbecue committee has not carelull
read ( 111 editorial on the subject o!
free tickets or tiny would Ikiv
known wh an elfectivc campaign tot
economy must climiuati the possibil
ity of graft
sVR 1 as
WILL
THE
JAYHAWK
Low hurdles- Nebraska, dross, Rob
erts, N'af.lger, Kansas, Hazen, Crane,
Perry.
I'ole vault Nebraska, Lindstrum,
ltea is , Kansas, I iurst.
Htgli jump Nebraska, Meyers;
Kansas. Ilazen, lllincoc
Minad Jump - Nebraska, Reese,
As it matter of fact. th , wi,.,, rv n,,ui, Wnn.u u, ,.,.,
lluist. Mlincoe.
Stiol put Nebraska, Meyers, Reese,
Ross; Kansas, lturnliam, Keeling.
Discus Nebraska, Meyers, Ross;
K. ins, is. I'.urnhum, Keeling
.Mile iclav Nebraska, Zumu inkei,
Hales, I low aril, Kansas,
GET A CHANCE AT
THESE RARE PRICES ?
Will you take a chance on getting your
Spring Suit rain-soaked ? That's what you'r
up against without a Raincoat.
Here are some splendid Slip-On chances
we ate offering today. Look at them in our
windows and judge for yourself.
Double Texture Slip-Ons with
taped, cemented and
sewed seams . . . $3.75
Single Texture Slip-Ons $1.45
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
Good Clothes Merchants
Careful anahsis o'" their caustic i (, n ,,r
. i. ... .. . i
ie,.ij snows ns c.ms.s.ei.o 10 ne r,sMM, i)jmSi K,warcls, Patterson,
about as follows- The first seutene- ()v, iti.u U
Is false Their sec olid sentence K
wind
And their he
sentence 1
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
igncuauci No one i- tlnrefoie re Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
quiied to adopt as hi- own the con
elusions of that committee in th.u
article
Tin m w ilanci s ba e little oi
nothiiig to be said of them. The
arc about ;'s graceful as a pet ele
pliant picking it:; teeth with a broom
straw They ate aboul as artistic as
any ' snake lass-el" can be. They have
neither tone nor beauty. They are
the offspiing of the mind of a moral
noncntitv, and are about as near br
ing a real dance as tin quintessence
TRY
OUR LUNCHEONETTES
They are always the best
We'serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re
FRESHMENTS in the city
Huyler's Chocolates
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
'IT
c7e3fr,tih
CtTlef
THE CAFETERIA
Of the Unicrsity Y. M. C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 to 8 : .W Dinnci 1 1 to 1 : U) Supper 5: JO to 7
:- THE TEMPLE -:
:The:
University School of Music
Established 1894
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pianoforte Voice
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information 10
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and RSts
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