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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
End With Big Dance
Of Friday Evening
Tho pin-Medics nnd Sophomores
won the ball games nt the Medic
picnic held at Capital beach yester
day. Tho events of the picnic were
puled off with enthusiasm by tho
Medics. Races were indulged in dur
ing the forenoon The lunch in the
Japanese garden at 12:30 was fol
lowed bv the boll games in the ball
park. The last event of "Medic" week
was the dance tendered by Dr. and
Mrs. Wolcott nt the Beach last night.
Fifty couples enjoyed tho feast of
harmony and music.
i Red D, S. S. Merlda,
. May 1, 1913.
My Dear Rag:
I have just read in the April 1 num
ber of the "Rag," of the election of
officers in the Matador club. Some of
its mighty members ought to enter
the ring at Caracas for I am sure they
could do a more skillful job of killing
the enraged boine with an ordinary
rusty, geological pick, than the gayly
garbed Venezuelan matador can do
with his bleuming sword.
I muy add that it might be of in
terest to certain nimrods that snipe
shooting is very good here. One fact
remains, however, that Jaguars, pumas,
boa cojistnetors and savage Indians
are abundant in the more secluded
regions which the wild fowl seek.
Even at thot, one does not have to
stand In snow up to hi? knees
Am bound for the Peninsula of Para
guana, the Venezuelan Desert Ex
pect to ne thre for two months or
mcie. Yours truly,
J. B. BURNETT.
Ruth Odell will bpend the week end
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
Lucile Ahrens of Syiacuse is visit
ing friends in the city.
Dr. Alldritt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
Ruth Dominy, of Hardy, is visiting
friends at the Alpha Omicron Pi
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Isabel McCorkindale of Odebolt, la.,
Is visiting at tho Alpha Chi Omega
Wo offer a personal and practical
course In Salesmanship, with hand
some profltB assured. Will be at room
315, City Y. M. C. A. until Saturday
noon only. Adv.
1913 Senior Commencement An
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purchase any number you desire on
two days' notice. Call and see them.
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