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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1914)
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VOL. XIII. NO. 137
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914.
Price 5 Gents
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THE RY DAY TICKETS
TICKETS WILL BE PUT ON SALE
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.
THE FIRST ALL-UNI. PICNIC
Planting of Ivy, Crowning of May
Queen and May Dance Will Be
Feature of Program May 6.
Sphinx-Spike Ball Game.
Thursday and Friday tickets for the
first annual All-University picnic will
be on sale on the campus. These
tickets will cost twonty-flve cents
each and besides covering all the costs
Jncldenlaltgthe management of the
Ivy Day activities, will also pay for
the admission to the park and a lunch.
Counting on the biggest turn-out of
University students that has ever
been known to a stunt of this charac
ter, the committee has been able to
procure a really good lunch, In fact,
just as good as sister, or somebody's
else's sister, could get up for one of
those old-time picnics. Fruit, sand
wiches, pickles, olives, 'cookies, etc.,
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All students are urged to buy tnese
tickets at out not only because of
the fact that it will expedite affairs,
but also because of the nature of the
picnic. It is not desired that small
groups get together and provide their
own lunch; tho desire is to have one
big picnic, and not a largo number of
Doflnlte arrangements as to the pro
gram of the day are not yet com-
-plol.d, but prubably-themornlngwJlL
be taken up on the campus with the
oration, plariting of the ivy, crowning
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SENIOR" HOP TO START
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP
Cars Leave Ninth and O .Streets
Every Half Hour Only Few
The time of Joy and open-air danc
ing is drawing close to hand and tho
few tickets that are still In the hands
of. the committee will last but a short
time. One hundred and twenty tickets
havo been validated nnd fewer than
twenty are now in the hands of the
committee. Tickets ordered will be
held until Friday morning, but nfter
that the first to call for the unclaimed
tickets will be served. Chairman
Tunks says that ho does, not think
there will be. any left by Friday morning.
The dltlicu Is Hchcduledo-t4norWmft8pjngurvetyueingia
promptly at eight o'clock and the
crowd is oxpEcttjdorrr-the ground
early. Cars will leave tho corner of
Ninth and O streets on every hour nnd
PHSYGOLOGY OF DRESS
. BY HOWARD TOMORROW
Faculty Hall 'of the Temple For the
Special Benefit of the Home
Dr. Howard will give a lecture In
Faculty Hall of the Temple Theatre
tomorrow" evening on the interesting
subject, "Tho Psycology of Dross."
It 1b announced by the management
that all Home Economic girls aro
urged to attend. Other girls are to
come only by special invitation. Men,
of course, are not expected.
MAY QUEEN ELECTED TODAY SENIOR GIRLS !
plays the part of Nathaniel
Duncan, broke out with the
following at Senior Play prac
tice last Saturday. His friends
will be glad to know he's feel
ing better now:
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THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Nathaniel Duncan was our hero's name,
In vain he had knocked at the portals of Fame;
Without any job, his money all gone,
He pondered from night till the breaking of dawn
On what he should do, and where heshould go ,
To acquire a supply of the much needed dough,
When on' his despair, like a radiant dream,
His bosom companion unfolded this scheme:
Go to some town, there's one near Des Moines,
And cop out a girl with a barrel of coin; "
Who will add to her already excellent
reputlitToit Trr amateur -dramatics
when she appears as Betty Graham
in "The Fortune Hunter,", the senior
The Cornhusker has two $25.00 duo
bills for sale on two of Lincoln's lead
ing tailors for $20.00 eah. Hero's a
chance to make $5.00 on a good buIL
of clothes. Apply at Cornhusker
office of -business manager.
GLEE CLUB PROGRAM IN
TEMPLE THEATRE FRIDAY
Fussers Are Called to Attention
Function Rusji for Tickets
Or musical ear Is distended to the
bursting point; our breath comes
on tip-toe, to catch the melodious har
mony that tno uiee Clu1r"Wlllrondor
next Friday night.
Another thing, fussers! The girl
who sits and waits for a m&n to pro
pose feels about the same as she
would feel if she sat down nnd watched
a rat hole. We can't tell how tho
man feels or what he is thinking
about) but tho chances are that if he
had anything to blow about In the way.
of a ticket tothe Glee Club concert
he wouldn't keep her waiting. So get
out your toothbrush and patent clean
er and clean up tho straw lid for
thirty minutes. Then put a fresh
crease on your trousers, brush your
shoes and (stepping softly to tho tele
phono) call 'er Up and see whether
sho would like to help boost a Unl
Dress plainly, but neatly; don't gamble or swear;
Then find out her church and always g'o'there;
She'll fall for you, sure, then all you've to do
Is arm ex the fair maid -and her little pile, too.
So Duncan went out to the quaint little town,
Selected a room and then settled down
To follow the plan as sketched by his frlejid,
And run down the trail to Its ultimate end.
Then but no farther this rare epic goes,
The result the Senior Class Play will disclose.
Come, and your countenance will certainly beam
As you watch the unfolding of this pretty scheme.
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And copped out a girl with a barrel of coin;
Dressed plainly, but rcatly; didn't gamble or swear;
He found out her church and always went there;
Did she fall for him? Sure. Then what'd he do?
Well, run get your seat and we'll show it to you.
QUEEN OF THE MAY TO
ie "trasrar today
Girls of the Senior Class to Elect
Formerly the Queen Was
The "Queen of the May" will bo
elected tomorrow by tho senior girls
of the University. This-is adecided
innovation. Heretofore sho- has been
appointed by tho Ivy Day committee.
This year all senior girls will havo a
vote for their favorite. The voting
will be held In the Library Building
today. Remember, only senior GIRLS
are eligible. Man friends must con
tent themselves with a bit of "ward
From star nebula to perfection
shown in photo-drama at tlrtf Oliver
Theatre afternoon and evening. Fas
cinating, beautiful and instructive.
"Worth a year in college," so say
many. Part one shown Monday and
Tuesday to enthusiastic audiences,
and will run for the last time Wed
nesday afternoon and evening. Part
two, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
All seats free. At 3 and 8 p. m.
BASEBALL MANAGERS MEET
WITH ROAM STIEHM
Seven Departments- Have Signified
Intention of Having Teams
In the Field. .
The organization of baseball teams
among the various departments Is fin
ally making some progress. Seven
departments have thus far signified
their intentions of putting out teams.
Each has already appointed .a mana
ger. These managers met with Coach
Stlehm last night to draft a schedule.
Playing is to commence early next
week. The organizations represented
and the manager of each are: College
of Agriculture, H. R. Harley; Depart
ment of Commerce, H. Thieson; Col
logo of Law, Ross Haskell; Mechan
ical and Civil Engineers, C. E. Brown
Electrical Engineers, O. W. Beck;
Civil Engineers", L. W. Harte; Teach
ers College, C. DeBord.
town - fnot - ihc - oncL - ncar Pes Moines),
It J V.' -. W?Iki
Plays the part of 3am Grahamr the
kindly,. ictiRtljig. old Jnyentor In "The
Fortune Hunter," the senior play.
Mr. Williams Is the best portrayer
of old men characters the Univer
sity has yet produced. In "Sam
Graham" he is at his best.
Four nominations for Missouri Uni
versity's May queen have been made.
Tho elections will be hold soon.
PROOF HAS BEEN READ
ON KOSMET CLUB MUSIC
Will Have Music on Hand for Sale on
Evening of the Play, May 16
Professor Scott Happy.
Profossor Scott had an unusually
broad smile on his countenance Mon
day morning, owing to tho fact that
the nroof sheets on tho Kosmet show
music had arrived from a big eastern
publishing housetand only three
small errors could bo found In the en
tire Job. Tho publishers have prom
ised to have the music here on the
14th of .May this -year, or two days
bofore the show, which will be given
on the lGth. This ought to allow the
club to make a clean-up on tho muBic
sale tho night of the performance.
Last year, owing to the fact that the
firm publishing the' music went into
the handB of a receiver shortly before
the play, the music arrived about two
Thero will be twelve songs in this
year's show, practically double the
number of any -of the shows of pre
ceding "years, but tho songs fit the
situations so well and make such a
hit with the cast at rehearsals that
it waa decided that tho only thing to
do was to use all of them.
CRACK OMAHA 80CCER TEAM TO
PLAY NEBRASKA TEAM.
GAME CALLED FOR FRIDAY
First Game of Soccer on Nebraska
Field Omaha Team Composed
Chiefly of English Players
Anxious for Fray.
Friday afternoon the studon body
will bo glvon Us first opportunity to
seo a soccer game. On that day teams
representing Lincoln and Omaha will
play a matched game on tho Univer
sity football field.
Tho Omaha team Is to bo composed
of men picked from tho three Omaha
soccer teams, namoly, the "Calo
donlans," a Scotch team; o "Svoa
Athletic Club," a Swedish organiza
tion, and "Omaha City," composod of
old English players. The team will
play undor tho name of tho "Omaha
City Association Club." TJio Omaha
team will be composed chiefly of old
English players, and perhaps of sov
eral University students.
The contest promises to bo a fine
exhibition of soccer, and Bhould prove
an intorosUifgaTiractIon. inasmuch
as the game Is put on at tho Univer
sity's expense to show the studonts a
real game of soccer, tho student body
should turn out in largo numbers to
see what soccer really Is like.
Nebraska athletos have established
their superiority in football and
basket-ball and Coach Stlehm has
demonstrated that ho know i those,
games Trom A toZ: Fffilayafter-noon-NebraHkanBwlll-havoanoppoEi
tunlty to show their skill at tho fa
mous English game.
PHI GAMS .DEFEAT
PHI DELTA THETA
Slow Field and FaBt Game 8core,
3 to 2 McDonald 8aves the
Day for Phi Gam.
Last night on a slow field, at
Twentysocond and J streets, Jth&HPhl
Gams whipped the Phi Dolts by tho
score of 2 and 3.
Tho game was fast throughout and
looked bad for the Qnal victors at the
end of the first Inning, during which
the Dolts had annexed two of tho de
sired scores, but the Phi Gams came
back in their half with a pair. Again,
in the third, they addgda score. The.,
game looked safe until the sevehTH,
when, with two out and .two on, Hal
llgan clouted one out to thojnvlnclblo
McDonald, who, with the grace of. a.
BatteriesPhi .Delt8r -MoFarland
and GUiflllan;' Phi Gams, Parker and
FOOTBALL OFFICIALS FOR
IOWA GAME NEXT FALL
Eckersall of Chicago Will Referee
Mornlngslde Game Officials
The officials for the Iowa and the-
Mornlngslde. games have already been
chosen. Those for the Iowa game
are: Eckersall, Chicago, referee;
Reld, Michigan, umpire, and Hyland,
Iowa, head linesman. Those for the '
Mornlngslde game are; Grovor, rpf
oree; Kearns, umpire, and Luke,
head linesman. '
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