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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVER8ITY OF NEBRA8KA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebraska
Day Offlco B-1888. Editor B-1B18. Managing Editor B-3844
Night Ofllco B-4204. BuBlnesa Manager B-1821.
Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, - KENNETH M. 8NYDER
JOHN L. CUTRIQHT, ELIZABETH MA80N, C. NEIL BROWN
R. F. Lyman
Fred N. Wells
I. K. Frost
E. M. Kadleck
Manager C. C. Buchanan Assistant Manager J. L.
Circulation Manager T. Erie Koefer
Subscription $2.00 per year In advance.
5 cents per copy.
Entored at tho postomco at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class matter
under act of Congress March 3, 187D.
SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1913
Th (low bill on the editor's trousers
"For blaeh wtvu-Ui-
reads as ioIUjwk
pride punts, $f 00."
The new poot'B ode to tho lntest
May rowii as seen on tho college cam
pus boRlns: "Now Kllininers the fad
ing landscape on the scene."
As proximity to Its source will re
veal, the coming Cornhusker, like
most things that are really worth
while, will he the product of (IIhsou
While a law professor delivered n
"Swan" lecture yesterday on the need
for professional honesty and Integrity
nmong lawyers, the class sang "Whei
the roll is called up yonder" Coinci
deuces happen een ii the best go
MON.. TUBS, WED.
HILL, CHERRY & HILL
LUCK IE &. YOST
"Tile Still Voice"
"The Jelly Fish"
"Along the River iure"
"The Hicksville Epicure"
Three Shows Daily. Matinee 2
V M Night 7 nnd'o I M. Mati
nee all Seats 10c, Night 15c.
Only a few Senior Pins left.
Jewelry for Presents.
Memory Books almost all sold.
Get a Nebraska Belt.
THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 N. 11. STREET.
The University Missourian coin
inents extonshely on the persistenc
with which the Wilson regime a.
Washington Is forcing its uncerenumi
ously simple household customs on tin
cosmopolitan crew that usually gath
ers around the President's hospitable
table. While these acts on the pai
of the President are uniquo and un
usual, like the poor preacher whom
wife presented him with his tentl
child, "there Is many a thing we need
ed worse " Where conditions, espe
daily economic conditions of a him
dred million people are to he met, tin
man who is supposed to do most to
supply the nation's wants, can bettei
afford to be conventional in conduct
and unconventional in thought than
conventional In thought and unconven
tlonal in conduct.
SOWN AND REAPED.
In four months student sentiment
has definitely changed from an atti
tude of hostility to all movements de
signed to save father's money to an
open and public demand for tho most
rigid economy in tho conduct of all
University affairs. Some new plan
for saving money, BOino new plan for
paying debts, some new plan for re
leasing school spirit from the thrall
dom of poverty and rlchoB side bj
Bide these real and lasting philan
thropies are now a dally occurrence
Only yesterday the Dramatic Club, fol
lowing closely in the footsteps of its
gratuitous Ivy Day performance, an
nounced to the public a free show to
be given by them In the Temple May
29. While the object of this extraor
dinary undertaking is stated by the
club as being "Art for art's sake," the
servloe which the club by Its free ex-
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My)S)A, TUES, & WEI).
( uAli; & WILLIAMS
"Into the North."
v ouusellor Bobby"
'The City of Rouen"
" A Jcckej for Love"
Three Shows Dally Matinee. 2
P. M. Night, 7 and 9 P. M. Matinee,
children 5c; adults, 10c; Nights all
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j A COMPLEX
Haseen Solved for You
Complete Parly Service
Is Now Offered You by
Our Retail Department
H. CM A THA WA Y, PROP.
We serve the purest and Huyler's Chocolates
best HOT and COLD RE- $1.00 Fountain Pens
FRESHMENTS in the city. $1.00 Safety Razors
Students' 3-Course Lunch, 25c
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information co
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director . - 11th and R Sts
Of the University Y. M. C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 to 8 : 30 Dinner 11 to 1 : 30 Supper 5 : 30 to 7
ARE HARD TO BEAT ! !
We Have a New
and Complete Line
We Solicit the Fraternity Trade
H. Reusch, i2?hst.
Don't forget to call ENSIGN
to take your trunk to Depot
vhen going home any time.
Ensign Omnibus & Transfer Co.
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