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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRA8KA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day Office B-1888. Editor B-1618. Managing Editor B-3844
Night OfTIco B-4204. BuslnoBB Manager B-1821.
EdItor-ln-Chlef Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M. SNYDER
JOHN L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MA80N, C. NEIL BROWN
ft. F. Lynan
Fred N. Wells
I. K. Frost
E. M. Kadleck
Olairo Hardin Winifred Seeger
Manager C. C. Buchanan Assistant Manager J. L. Driacoll
Circulation Manager T. Erie Koefer
Subscription 2 00 per year in advance.
6 cents per copy.
Entered at the postofllce at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second cIobb matter
under act of CongreBB March 3, 1879.
SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913
Saturday, May 24
Phi Beta kappn Initiation hnmiuof.
Acacia Dancing party. Music Hall.
Catholic Students' Club Dancing
Party, Capital beach.
Togner Society Meeting, Temple.
Ag. Club meeting.
GALLERY HAS NEW COLLECTION.
The College of Fine Arts has a new
collection of seventy pictures on ex
hibition in the Art Gallery. These
are colored prints reproduced fro-n
original famous paintings on canvas,
wood and panels, and from frescoes
They are Medici prints from the Cer
man, Flemish, English, French and
Spanish, published and copyrighted
by the Medici society, limited In
their nntun the prints are mostly
portraitures, but there are a few
Among the artists represented in
the collection are Rubens, Corot, Van
uyke, Guido Reni, Raphael, Murillo
de inci, Rembrandt, Fillipino Lippl.
All of the originals are in Europe
either in national galleries and mu
seums or in private collections. The
collection In our gallery is worth al
most seven hundred dollars, the price
of the indhidual prints ranging from
five to seventeen dollars.
There are also on exhibition 50
plates of models of decorative art
from tho French Academy.
WAN 1 I'D A fraternity or soroiity to
take i one year lease on 15 room
modem house close to university
Call U3581. 21
WANTED Students to sell our guar
anteed Hosiery and Silk Neckwear.
Goods of quality. Large commissions.
Write us now.. Lander & Watson
Hosiery Co., Perry, N Y.
FOR SALE Dress suit. Call at
School of Music for particulars.
Owing to an oversight, the name of
Hnrry Burl is did not appear as th.
author of the Senior poem in yes
Ralph E W eoverllng of North Bend,
wns a visitor at the Alpha Tau Omega
WANTED Men and women as field
secretaries for splendid educational
work. Inspiring and remunerative.
C. A. Desk, 1618 L. 3t
YOT CAN EARN OVER TEN DOL
LARS A DAY. Let us prove it. Our
ALADDEN BLU-RAY does the busi
ness It has no equal as a seller and
inonej maker. Wo will guarante
that j ou can make more money with
it than with any other article, no
matter what It is. It's your opportun
ity. It' you want a position during
acatiou that will make you big money
write us at once and we will give
you information. Act now we arc
in earnest. Aladdin Company, ill
Broadway, New York City.
SUMMER WORK We wa;it ten good
Nebraska men for all summer work
An exceptional opportunity for the
right men. $30 00 to $60.00 per week.
Call irom 2 to 5. 108-9 Fraternity
ATTENTION TO STUDENTS.
If you are looking for congenial and
remunerative occupation during sum
mer, write The Genral Appliance Fnc
lory, Incorporated, Marinette, Wiscon
sin, for particulars. 5-20-tl
GOOD MONEY OFFER If you want
employment for 6 months or more,
call n room 315, City Y. M. C. A.
i and investigate our proposition
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A fountain pen on the campus.
Finder please return to "Rag" office.
LOST Polyphase slide rule. Return
to this office. Reward. 5t
Of the University Y. M- C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 to 8 : 30 Dinner 1 1 to 1 : 30 Supper 5 : 30 to 7
:- THE TEMPLE -:
The kind that will look
right on the campus!
And Less !
BUDD, 1415 O Street
(Specially form fitting
IS THE CREAM OF THE 'CLASS Y
HOPS OF THE SEASON
This is the season for Straw-Hat talk.
Listen and Look! The cream of American,
English, Italian and French artisans Braids
from Belgium, Switzerland, Ecuador, Porto
Rico and Brazil, in the popular "Sennit"
Braid. The young man's special In any
proportions and range of values from $1.50
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
Good Clothes Merchants
We serve the purest and Huyler's Chocolates
best HOT and COLD RE- $1.00 Fountain Pens
FRESHMENTS in the city. $1.00 Safety Raxors
Students' 3-Course Lunch, 25c
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University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
. - All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
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