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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1913)
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Members ot Senior
Class Offer Varied
Convocation yesterday at 11 o'clock
was held under the ausplceB of the
Senior class. Edward Huwaldt, as
chairman of theconvocatlbn commit'
Mary Davis, Vera Hoatson, Miss
teo, selected the best talent of the
Senior class for the final appearance
before the university public. The op
pressive heat of the forenoon was
probably the cause of the small at
The program, each, number of
which was heartily received, consist
ed of the following:
Vocal solo, "The Birthday," by
Woodman, Miss Evangeline Long.
Library Clock Talk, Mr. Harry J. Bur
tis. Violin solo, "Mazurka," by Mey
narski, Miss Gladys Smith. Piano
solo, "Liebestraum," by Llstz, Mr.
ONE MORE DAY
And so far as clothing is concerned, Summer
will be here!
Going to buy your Summer suit Saturday? If
so, let us offer this last suggestion:
Buy a suit that offers you the fullest measure
of value for your money; one whose style and tailor
ing you'll be proud of; a suit whose quality will be
assured when you buy it, and verified after you've
Every word of that suggestion is directly ap
plicable to our
they fit & stay fit;
$20, $25 & upward.
If you wish to confine yourself to $14.50 or $17,
our Kenmors at those figures offer the strongest
values we know of at the price.
Harold Rosenbaum. Reading, "In the
Toils of the Enemy," by Wood, Miss
Straw hat time, too!
COMPANY K WINS COMPET
(Continued from Page 1)
Cadet colonel H. F. Kramer. Cadet
lieutenant colonels L. T. Skinner,
executive and delinquent officer; G. A.
Walker. Cadet majors A. L. Hick
man, regimental adjutant; G. H.
Brother, first battalion; J. V. Johnson,
second battalion; A. B. Ballah, bri
gade supply ofilcer; R. F. Lyman,
third battalion; C. K. Morse, instruct
orc assistant to the commandant.
Cadet captains L. A. Hickman, regi
mental quartermaster; C. J. Wolford,
regimental commissary, V. D. Smith,
inspector rifle practice. Cadet first
lieutenant L. R. Rudd, adjutant, first
Co. A A. E. Allyn, captain; E. R.
Bunting, first lieutenant. Co. B V.
A. Cturm, "captain; L. Harden, first
lieutenant. Co, C W. K. Fowler, cap
tain; P. E. Versaw, first lieutenant.
Co. D J. L. Driscoll, captain; H. B.
Pier, first lieutenant. Co. E H. P.
Miller, captain; C
lieutenant. Co. F R. A. Smith, cap
tain; P. T. Meyers, first lieutenant;
J. A. Christie, second lieutenant. Co.
G T. M. Shepherd, captain, H. R.
Grummann, firBt lieutenant; R. M.
Leheu, Bocond lieutenant. Co. I R
B. Dawson, captafn; 0. E. Edison, first
lieutenant. Co. K M. C. Rohrbaugh,
captain; R. M. Parkinson, first lieu
tenant. Co. M M. V. Reed, captain;
M. P. Renfro, first liqutenant. Band
C. G. Bock, captain; T. J. Sullivan,
' first lieutenant; R. A. Kavanda, sec
Company "Q" Goes on Raid.
In celebration of the results of the
afternoon's competition, the annual
nightie brigade stampeded the streets
of Lincoln and for some two hours
pierced the sanctimonious atmosphere
of the "holy city" with plentiful noises
and screeching university and com
pany yells. The Itinerary had its be
ginning at the Armory and after 'fol-
lowing R street to Sixteenth turned
Special Saturday only!
Outing shirts with French fold cuffs
& soft collar to match-rsplendid values
which sell regularly for $ 1 .00; Satur
Neat patterns made up in fine
woven madras & percales. An es
pecially timely offer!
MAGEE & DEEMER
to O street. The nocturnal marauders
paid their respects to Riggs, who re
turned thecompliment with a generous
handout of punch, and paraded the
boards of the Lyric for the purpose
of adding zest to the movies. The
gang then moved on to the Llndell
where they wound through tha corri
dor to the strains of "Rub-a-dub-dub."
L. Stewart, first a rnlil on Rector's was unsuccessful
by reason- of having both front and
back doors slammed and locked in
their face, and a boycott was Imme
diately suggested by the disappointed
mob as a deserved punishment for the
inhospitallty of the Btore.
After a promenade through the Lin
coln, the snake dance headed for the
Temple and later to the athjetlc field,
where a monstrous bonfire was built.
Fiendish dances with flying apparel
and canaballstlc rites in the warm
glow of the fire, accompanied the sac
rifice of the night shirts as they were
cast Into the blazo by the galloping
mobs.' Few broils were stirred up
during the whole affair, and except
for a few thefts, the most pernicious
evil of the evening was the jerking
of trolleys on passing cars.
-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
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Telephone Yule BroB at once.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
INEXPENSIVE GRADUATION GIFTS,
BLUB BIRD JEWELRY STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES
U. OFN. SPOONS, FOBS, PINS, SEALS. RINGS,
BAR PINS, CUFF BUTTONS, ETC
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University School of Music
m Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of m'usic, practical and theoretical.
Pianoforte . Voice
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' All Wind Instruments
Public School Music , :
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WILLARD KIMBAXX, Director . 11th and R Sts
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