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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Prof. Buck Publishes
"Social Forces in
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Professor Philo M. Buck has re
cently published a book entitled "So
cial Forces In Modern Literature."
The book Is comprised of an Introduc
tion and seven essays, each of which
takes up some phase of modern evolu
tion and depicts the Influence of one
man as the literary leader and mov
ing forces In producing the move
ment. The movements and writers are
dealt with in essays of the following
captions, "The Intellectual Revolution
in France Montesquieu," "The Emo
tional Revolution in Franco Rous
seau," "The Intellectual Revolution In
Germany Leasing," "The Beginnings
of Romanticism In England Words
worth," "The Storm and Stress In
Germany Goethe," "The Aristocracy
of Culture Goethe," and "TTie Env
pire of Beauty Shelley."
Worthy of the Event
Lot the dress in which she celebrates the mo t ovontful occasion of her youth havo distinctive
style, which, however, is not ensy to find In commot place stocks. Knowledge that she la becomingly
gowned on graduation day makes assurance doub'y sure gives greater confidence and enables her to
appear at her best before that critical hoBt of girl f lends. Read the four special itoms below.
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ertions will do for the real spirit of Ne
braska cannot be overestimated.
Students will support activities. But
activities must support them; they
must work for the students; they must
make a definite sacrifice, if nothing
more than -a free show, for the benefit
of the student body. Give the Ne
braska student activities that are with
in his income and what he is not able
to do for Nebraska in financial patron
age he will make up for in interest
and enthusisin. We need more free
shows. We need more dances, the
price of which is cut in half. Wo need
more inexpensive entertainments of
Another achievement is representa
tive of results attained by virtue of
our changed point of view. Another
patriot was added to the list of men
who have volunteered to deliver their
classes from the shackles of debt. Mr.
Frederick C. McConnell, chairman of
the Senior Play Committee, lias an
nounced that after the expenses of the
play are paid the balance of the pro
ceeds will be available for the payment
of the debt Incurred by the Nebraska
Cotillion. What this sacrifice means
can only be understood from the
standpoint of the benefit conferred on
the class. The loss to Mr. McConnell,
in time spent making expenses and
paying debts and running the risk of
no pay at all for his untiring efforts,
these none but a man of business who
has not on account of his business
lost his devotion to the school can
know and bear. Mr. McConnell will
ingly does it. Like the relief commit
tee, ho assumed a responsibility with
burdens that are all his own. Our
changed sentiment In favor of abso
lute financial Integrity and liability
has brought forth Into the limelight
thOBe men who are willing not simply
to win honor and distinction for them
selves but men who are ready, willing,
to render their University a real, tan
gible, material Bervlce.
We have just received a complete assortment of now and fashionable laces and embroideries for
Graduation dresses. Exquisite designs in Shadow, Venice and Cluny Lace suitable to trim Swiss, Ba
tiste, Voiles, Crepes and Silks. Widths from one to 45 inches; also very effectlvo designs In Embroid
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widths 18, 27 and 45 Inch. Many with bands to match. Prices reasonable.
Ribbons for sashes and girls In all colors, widths and styles. Sashes and bows tied free of charge.
We are also showing a good assortment in Handkerchiefs and Neckwear, styles and prices for all.
Come and look over our line and be convinced
low heels In black, and white
All sizes, all widths, $2.95 to
Young Ladies' new Satin Pumps made over newest lasts with high or
these are necessary to complete the young ladies' graduation costumes.
White Nubuck Pumps, two-strap or strapless, flexible welt or turn soles, beautiful footwear that can
be worn for evening or street wear. Let ub show you these at $2.95 and $3.50.
real men go on. Go on, by pointing
out defects in the social system and
freely decrying them ; not by clande
stine assemblages, not by secret con
claves, not by diplomacy and its part
ner, duplicity. Free, open, public dis
cussion and criticism of student poli
cies and student evils must unite to
make Nebraska the school of the poor.
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