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THE DAILY WU3AKAN
JJie Daily Nebrjsjtan
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THE UNIVgnSITtf OP NEBRASKA
RKED B. DAWSON
-ManaglnKJMUpr ,. I C. Spenocr
tAmnclulo EXlltor TRuth 7Hr-flqWre
fAfcaociato Editor ; JR. V. 'Htfupal
-Athletic IMltor i.C I Moo
Oarrlo Coman John Lanz
W. E. Hacr Oomldlno Knuffman
EUabth Hy Hugh MoVlckcr
-Ieon Pahnw F. M. Mcrriam
i. J. A. Phllllpl
Dualnooo Monngor Frank 8. Porkln
lAsot Bualpwn Manacor..Ru8flell F dark
Babnorlptlon prico f&OO per year,
payablo In advance.
Single coplM, 6 conta oaoh.
BrvUred at the poatofllc at Lincoln,
Nebmeka, as nocond-clasa mall matter,
n.nr uin Atit-of-OontrtowL-fltMarch i,
The DAILY NBDRASKAN purpose to
be the free voice of student sentiment;
-to be-fair; to bo impartial to nook- advice
an well aa offer It; to truthfully "ptoture-
oUege life; to go further "than thonwrw
printing of newe by standing for the
highest Ideals of the University; in short,
.to serve th University of Nebraska.
Friday, May 1, 1914"
(Continued from pago 1)
Sadollk, White, May, McGurk, Dela
metre. Ferris, Gerlau, CurtiB, MaoDon-
aid, Aldrlch, ScovITCTpT
Towle, Krauso, Underwood, Plory,
Jamison, Barton, Fielding, Priest,
Dr. Maxey refereed tho last match
-ln-his-usual -diplomatic, manner. At
tho end of the fifth Inning the' scoro
was a tlo and tho two teams were
forced to play it out to' a finish. There
wore severaf closo decisions "to bo de
cided. Desplto tho growling and
swinging, of bats on the sidelines, tho
umpire never wavered in his judg
ment At ono tlrao it was thought the
opposing factions would como to
Advice to Seniors.
- -Or-S. Splllmau,thajpaJhnpeakerof
tho day, gavo some very practical, ro-
Crests, Monogram and Let
ters in Gold and Silver.
Fth. 1R71 1143 o
LIWLOR CYCLE t SPORTING GOODS CO. 1423 0 St.
Closed Crotch UnionSuits
marks to tho students. Ho advised
the graduating seniors to seek a loca
tion xat ''once after receiving their
;dlplonia. w ' fc
' ' "f'don't caro if you haven't but fifty
conts, you ought to establish a law
ofllco and sottlo down. Work hard
and results are bound to come," was
what ho ardently urged.
He also pointed out tho valuo of
making good uso of our opportunities
while In tho cTass rooms, aaf lliey will
not bo fully appreciated until later
years. Mrr Spillman disf oxojrs. tho
idea of a young attorney socking em
ployment In an older man's ofllce, but
Btatcd that the best plan was to start
Co-Ed Attorneys Game.
One of tho features of tho morning
traqk meot was a raco among the co
ed studonts of tho Law College, which
was won by Miss Cover, a freshman.
Tho spirit of tho lawyorossos through
out tho whole entertainment received
Famous Band Present.
A detachment of the regular Cadot
Band gavo spico am
hrrehnnnTtoTftAeK--1 T-EAM tEF-T-
tho ovont. They started tho morn
ing's program off by a parade through
tho nncred halls of tho Library. Tho
"crabBr1- "prods,1 ,fbooTtworms." etc.,
wore quite shocked. Ono girl, It is re
ported, was unablo to study for tho
rest of the day.
. limn uuon wiu uanu guve an opeu
air concert consisting of Boveral Rhap
sodies, Sonattas, Symphonies, a ia
Cheer, Choor, and several other equal
ly famous masterpiecos. Tho chorls
tors of the law profession joined in
the trio with a pleasing effect.
HUNDRED DOLLAR GAME
- FREE - TO - ALL - STUDENTS -
(Continued rrom page 1) I
league games of baseball in the
United States per wook, wo can real-
izo that soccer is Buroly popular with
CouBin Johnny Bull. The game Fri
day promises to bo a real contest.
Tho Athletic Board iSsgolng to a big
expense to get this gatae. Although
it will cost nearly one hundred dollars
bo charged. If this" game Is not met
by a large turn out It is because the
Nebraska student refuses t6 attend
any function unless ho can be fleeced
at tho gate. It is no uncommon sight
to see a bunch of Huskers beating it
down to tho Western League ball
park, paying their two bits, and watch
ing a bunch of hired men put on a so
called exhibition. By doing this thoy
help pay the expenses of "So-called
Tnoguls' to spend tho-winter in CalU
fornia, and right now are given tho
additional opportunity of seeing Lin
coln fight for the cellar. By turning
out Friday you dan save tho two bits
and witness a coming sport of our
Phi Delta Theta -announces there
pledging of Victor Backlund.
LOST Gold watch; Initials A. R ;
name on Inner case. Reward. Charge
of Rug officer
Spalding and Victor Base
ball,Tennis Track Outfits.
Supplies for eyery Sport.
Friday, May 1.
Phi Gamma Delta formal party
Gleo Club concert.
Sigma Nu houso party.
Catholic Students' Club dancing
party K. of C. Hall.
Alpha Tau-Omega house party.
Saturday, May 2.
Phi Gamma Delta"banqUotLindell
Alpha XI Delta formal Lincoln
Silver Serpent dancing party Alpha
Omicron PI house.
Band Hop Music Hall.
Gertrude Hall dancing party.
Kappa Alpha Theta St. Ge6rge's
Senior Hop Capital Beach.
Union Literary Society banquet.
Silver Lynx Art Hall.
YE8TERDAY FOR KANSA8
(Continued from Pago Ono)
Teanvhon thoy overwhelmed Ncbras'
ka's Inexperienced team with compar
ative ease. Tho Nebraska entrants
100-yard dash Irwin and Reese.
220-yard dash Scott and Reese.
Two-milo run Kratz and AndSrson.
High hurdles Llndstrum and Kruso,
Low hurdles Llndstrum and Scott.
Half-mllo run Kubik. and Spohn.
Quarter-mile run Zumwlnkel and
One-mile run McMasters and Hugg.
1 PjPJjQfluItrHReavlB and Llndstrum
High Jump Myers.
Broad Jump Reese and Reavls.
Shot put Myers.
Half-mile relay 'Scott, Irwin, Reese
Mile relay Scott, Kubik, Howard
GCEE CLUB TO.NIGHT
(Continued from Pago Ono)
U. of N. Anthem. . .Roseborough
Reading When Mollntla Sings...
U. of N. Song
. . . (Words and music ,by Paul
Yates, arranged by C. B. Cornell)
Piano Travesty-.-r.-TTvr .-.-.
March Song Harlan
UNI COMMERCIAL CLUB
ELECT8 HONORARY MEMBER8
Club Now Has Constitution dnd Can
Work Smoothly Baseball League
Ready for the Games.
At The meeting of the -Commercial
Club of the University of Nebraska
met in jJnlvorsitr-Hall- lastr-niglirAo-
compMo Organization arrangements,
tho reports of tho various committees
appointed at a previous meeting were
read and approved.
It was decided that tho club have
a smoker in tho near futuro and ar
rangements are under way to make
this an extraordinary success, Tho
Lincoln Commercial Club has volun
teered the uso of the library room of
their building and the smoker will be
held there. Mayor Zehrung has con
sented to glvo tho members a talk
and President Qulgglo and Secretary
Whltten of tho Lincoln Clu.b will also
be asked to bo present and to give
suggestions, A mqmborshlp commit
tee was appointed by President Taylor
to take charge of securing members.
Phil Southwick was mad chairman
and Charles Holzor and Glen Miller
will assist him. f
On all Men's Suits and Top Coats.
On all Traveling Equipment.
Dozens of Famishing Specials
Young Men's Rubber
Calf Oxfords .
Straight English lastblind eyelets white calf quarter
lining just the shoe to wear with white hose. 5-8 inch spring
heels. A snappy laststrictly up-to-date. Fitted with round
lacers. Correct in every detail. Made by ono of tho best
shoe makers in America and well worth $5.00 pair.
AirSizes Now. ' Main Floor.
University School of Music
PR2$?. tfef. University Campus, 1 1 th and R Sts. In-
,l!8ffiS!SnrHW ,n A1i.Branclif8 of Music. Students
' mwP Ehter at ny Time. Beginners Accepted.' "w
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director
-On-alLMen's Soft and StifHIats
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