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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRA8KA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day Offlco B-1888. Editor B-1618. Managing Editor B-3844
Night Omco B-4204. BuainoBB Manager B-1821.
Ei't?r'Ci!0f Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M. 8NYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MA80N, C. NEIL BROWN
R. F. Lyman
Fred N. Wells
I. K. Frost
B. M. Kadleck
Olairo Hardin Winifred Seoger
Manager C. C. Buchanfin Assistant Manager J. L. Driscoll
Circulation Manager T. Erie Keefer
Subscription $2.00 per year In advance.
B cents per copy.
Entered at the poBtodlce at Lincoln, Nebraska, as Becond class matter
under act of Congress March 3, 1879.
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913
Frlduy, May 23
Pan Helknic dance, city auditorium.
Union Literary Meeting.
Pallndiun Literary Meeting
Saturday, May 24
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation banquet.
Acacia Dancing Party, Music Hall.
Catholic Students' Club Dancing
Party, Capital Beach.
Tegner Socioty Meeting, Temple.
Ag Club Meeting.
Upon lljcHe level seas, our prairies
THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESENT
Not cragged heads of mountains, torn
, Whose cold, foi bidding peaks majestic
To close communion Mth the blue,
By ruthless tempests Bcouiged unl.
The) sc ize tue ship as sacrifice, and
It back upon the land-docks clean of
No soul where once was soul; noi
But level sweeps of plain, with spring
Where grows the kindly grass to heal
By wind and glacier made; low hills
As sheep aro wont to He, in groups,
Meet place lor man to build his quiet
The clamorous city, or the sleepy
Safe on the gently heaving bosom of
Whence conies his nourishment. This
bo our scene.
Strong men, their hearts afire with
And led by bold Advonturo to embark
Came from the land of rising sun to
A iv Ion here that none we know
And every morn they read the Hook
That God might prosper them and
theirs In all
Th undertook. Then forth they went
Tall treed and hewed them out, or cut
L reen sod
And piled it up for wnllri. In these
Firs irult of Nature's work with man,
Nebiask-i, weak of body, knowing
The world. Yet how she grew In
i .ico and strength.
With eery yeai those prairies broad
Thou best that men might live. Her
01 wealth surpassing Orient gold ran
To older lands and called from them
Of white winged wagon bearing other
In search of health or wealth or hap
DAILY J L THREE
Then came a day when, honored,
She stepped, a welcome sister of the
Iito the mighty circle of the
And there, when fierce dissension
split the land,
.She stood for Truth and Right as
from the first
Her sons had known the good and
This duty done, she took again her
THE LIN DELL
CATERING TO SPECIAL DINNER PARTIES
BANQUETS LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS
An Excellent Table de Hote Dinner
served from 6 to 9 p. m. 75 c
Music during Dinner Hour. Also Sunday Lunch Hour
Have your pictures framed
Now. Don't wait until the
Complete stock of New
We serve the'purest and
best HOT'and COLD Re-FRESHMENTSinthecity
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
(Continued on Pago Three)
OH GIRLS! The
New Low Heel Gun
Pumps are Received
1415 O St. - : - Upstairs.
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information to
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director . - 11th and R Sts
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