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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1913)
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THE DAIIyY NEBRASKAK
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Remain Uncalled for
At Nebraskan Office
Thoro aro a number of Senior in
vitations that wore ordored Bome time
ago still In tho hands of the commit
too and thoy must bo gotten as soon
as possible. If they are not called
for before the first of -next week thoy
will bo sold to those who failed to
order and are desirous of securing ex
Orders for announcements should be
loft with tho chairman of the commit
too at least two days boforo tho date
thoy are desired. Doing printed hero
in town, they can be secured on two
Tho Invitations may be gotten at
TThe Dally NobrasUan office any after
noon this week betwoon the hours, of
two -ami-tour-. Tlmy yl bo nomo one
on hand to collect your money and
liand out tho necessary cards.
Opportunity for Profitable Enjoyment
(Continued from Pago 1.)
""leading citizens" out of. We are fated
to go back homo to introduce the
visiting congressmen and to preside
over the republican town meeting. We
ro to bo tho leaders, broad and well
balanced. Aro parties at Folsom's,
"Jit" bhowB, and bench, work tho sort
of antidotes for the class room bro
mide that will make of us these well
balanced pilot? In tho dead silence
one or two small voices answer weakly
but audibly, "No."
One of these Is a pleasing voice
which strikes our ear3 harmoniously.
And strange as It may Beem it comes
from that source and haven of unholy
noises, tho Conservatory. That voice
1b MubIo and it calls for the placo
which it should have In the develop
ment of our country's "best."
Its voice is most distinct at this
time and the Junior and Senior classes
liave heard tho call and barkened to It.
This MubIc Is a kindly, benefactor and
lias offered its best, for no return, in
order that the upper classes may
close tho year at peace with the Lin
coln hotel and tho Oliver theatre.
They have heard. Now listen, all
of you. The Junior-Senior benefit
Muslcale comes Saturday evening.
Miss Chapman has made a record with
lier voice in New York City which is
remarkable and the university should
be proud that it has an Interest in
her. Her sofrvlcos are volunteered
and the proceeds go to tho two classes
-entirely. The evening will be decided
ly THE Bocial affair and it is a chance
for a dato which1" is worth while and
'furthermore which Is cheap. Remem
ber, Saturday evening, at the Temple
and the price is 25 cents. There will
be no reserved seats.
Prey, University florist, 1185
LINCOLN vs. TOPEKA
I . 3:30.P. M. -Saturday,
May 31, June 1F 2
"Caidida" Presetted Creditably
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doubly sought. Imperceptibly and
pleadingly persuasive was her manner
of choosing between the platonlo ad
miration of the bare quality love as
possessed by tho visionary young poet
and tho vital frlondBhip between hus
band and wife that grows from years
of contact and sacrifice in each other's
behalf. Than her rendition, the play
Itself Is no more vivid. From her
performance was chiefly gained that
distinctive quality of realism.
Other characters are In the play
Itself of equal conspiculty. There was
Don Marcollus as Rev. James Mavor
Morroll, the husband, whose profes
sional solicitude for human welfare
generally portrayed with all the ef
fectiveness, vigor and ardor that char
acterized hla solicitude for his own
home. F. C. McConnell, as Eugene
Marchbanks, was tho dreamer, tho
poot, tho man who loved "Candida"
not for her sake, but for luvu's sa
and who acted so genuinely that the
audience seemed never to be in doubt
aB to what his real feelings toward
tho heroine were. Then there was
Harold Mulligan as "Lexy Mllls,H a
conventional appearing accessory to
the drama and an effectively indiffer
ent suitor of the crabbed and sarcas
tic 8to.nograpb.er of the preacher's,
"Proserpine Garnett," or really Miss
Essio Jones. So exceptional was the
workmanship of these actors In com
mon with that of Robert Qerlaw in
the role of "Mr. Burgess," capitalistic
and individualistic and a "scoundrel"
und father of "Candida," that were
It not for the program In hand one
would scarcely have known the per
sonnel. The workmanship of this play as
expressed by the faces and words of
those who observed, does credit to
the gratuitous efforts of the coach,
Miss Florence Farman, and Stage
Tho Senior class held a meeting In
the Temple theatre yesterday morn
ing at 11:30, and the class voted to
assess its members $2.00 each for the
benefit of the Senior play.
Dr. Alldrltt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
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