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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
IUSBD B. DAWBON
Managing Editor P. C. Bponoor
Aiooclroto Editor Ruth M. SqiHre
Aclat Editor tR. Vr Koupal
Athletic Editor C. K. Morse
Carrie Ooman John Lanz
W. E. Har Gernldlno Kauffmnn
ElltabtJth' Hye Hisi McVlcker
Leon Palmer F. M. Morrlntn
J. A. Phllllpl
Bualnoee Mtvnngor Frank 8. Porkln
Ami. Bufllnean Mamcor..Rusfloll F. Clark
aubaorlRtlon price $2.00 per year,
payable In advance.
Slnglo coplcfl. 6 ctmta each.
Sintered at the pontofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraeka, eocond-olaea mall matter,
under the Aot of OOngreoa of March 3,
The DAILY NEBRASKA! purpose to
be the fre volco of student sentiment;
to be fair; to be Impartial; to oeek advice
as -well as offor It; to truthfully picture
college Hfo; to go further than tho mere
printing of news by standing for the
hlghoat ideals of the University; In short,
to serve the University of Nftbrarica.
Saturday, Mny 2, 1914
Herbs of All Kinds to Be Grown
the Students of the Pharmacy
The School of Pharmacy garden is
being planted and will occupy a small
plat of ground between Mochanic Arts
Hall and Nebraska Hall.
A number of the plants and herbs
used in tho preparation of somo of the
more common drugs will bo grown.
The students will care personally for
tho garden bo that they may havo Hrst
hand information concerning their
Fort -eight tickets, inclusive' of nil
compllmentarles, have been Issued for
iho Band Hop, to be held at tho Tem
ple Music Hall, May 2, 1914. No more
tickets will bo validated for thiB danco.
Complimentary tlckots havo been is
sued to C. B. Cornell, T. J. Sullivan
and Gordon Beck.
T. A. WILLIAMS.
Crests, Monogram and Let
ters in Gold and Silver,
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
317 S. 12th SI
WELT SOLE, TIE OXFORDS
To Editor Daily Nebraskan :
Dear Sir: Having noted the roport
of Dr. Fling's Bpeech ;ind his state
ment that tho time was not ripe for
intervention in Mexico, I have won
dcred It It might not also carry tho
implication that tho time was not ripo
to prepare for intervention. While I
nm not presuming 10 question the ac
curacy of Dr. Fling's speech, I do
question tho correctness of such an
inforence. If tho time for interven
tion comes, it- will bo from forces not
controlled by apy of us.
Ah ono who helped In a small way
to "bear the white man's burden" in
1898 and '99, I want to say that the
problem confronting "most of us today,
and particularly the young men, Is not
Ib this the time or will next month or
next yoar be the time, but nm I ready
to do my Bhure if it does come?
When the timo comes tho need will
bo for soldiers, not recruits. No
amount-ot-patrlot-lsm-or ooupage w-IH-inake
up for lack of discipline and
training. Tho ability to give and at
tho same time avoid punishment can
not be acquired over night. Coach
Stietim does not try to win football
championships with well selected but
untrained men. Why should we ex
pect to win battles with thorn? The
timo to prepare is now. For those
who would go when they are needed,
I want to say that the opportunity is
now. I would quote the words of John
J. Ingalls on "Opportunity":
"Master of human destinies am I!
Fame, lovo and fortune on my foot
Cities and Holds I walk; 1 penetrate
-Deserts and seas remoUy-and pass
Hovel and mart and
I knock unbidden once at every gate!
If sleeping, wake; if feasting, rise be
fore 1 turn away. It is the hour of fate,
And they who follow me reach every
Mortals desire, and conquer every foe
"Savo death"; inn. lhoS6 who doUbt or
Condemned to failure, penury and'woe,
Seek mo In vain and uselessly imploro.
I answer not, and I return no more!"
J. 11. BRIDGMAN.
"SENIOR VISIONS" SUB
JECT OF VESPER SERVICE
Girls Explain What Students Owe the
State for Their Education Song
Also on the Program.
"Senior Visions" was tho subject of
tho last vesper service of tho year.
The brilliant weather kept many awp.y,
but the small number were very ap
preciative of the excellent program.
The servico was opened by a song
by Mildred Hanks. - Following this;
Valeria Bonnell Introduced Winifred
Outhouse, who gave an intimate talkJ
on "Social Service," in which she
-showod-why .ami tu what uxlt'iil wtj
are indebted to the people of thostato
lor our education Margaret J?oddy7
pointed out some of tho needs of tho
small towns into which tho college
girls go. Sho stressed especially tho
need" of creating the proper social life
and Christian spirit. Her talk glowed
with hope and enthusiasm and her
commonsenao suggestions mado her
vision very real to the audionce
Louise Northrup spoke especially of
tho need of adapting oneself to yie
surroundings. Elizabeth Gordon an
swered tho question why we should
sorvo our communities at all. She
compared tho ideal of service 'held by
tho United States with the low ideals
held by tho heathen nations.
Saturday, May 2.
Phi Gamma Delta banquet Lindell
Alriha Xi Delta formal Lincoln
SilyorSerpent dancing party Alpho
Omicron PI house.
Band Hop Music Hall.
Gertrude Hall dancing party.
Kappa Alpha Theta St. George's
Senior Hop-,Capital Beach."
Union Literary Society banquet.
Silver Lynx Art Hall.
People We Know.
A. A. Brlx- of Omaha Is In the city
for the week-end.
A number of former students and
graduates are In town for tho Union
banquet this evening at the Lindell
Hotel. They are: W. K. Miller, Kan
sas City, Kan.; Dorothy Dunkin, Ra
venna; Alvina Bloomencamp, McCool
Junction; Irma Coe, David City; L. E.
HaniBh, Omaha; Harvey Kinney,
Iowa; Dora Kidd, Beatrice.
The following girls are here for the
Alpha XI Delta formal tonight: Kate
Cox. Margaret mul 7,nt nronnonph,
J Helen Koeting, Omaha; Jane Bedeler,
palace, soon 0rjScribner: Louise Dobbs. Beatrice;
J Ella Peterson. Cedar Rapids; Mildred
Bovlns, Beatrice; Mildred Daniels.
Ord; .Vivian McNamara, Nebraska
City; Evelyn Dobbs, Palmyra; Al
berta Gelslor, Crete; Maurine Hetzler,
Albion, and Edna Bushnell, Fremont.
CONCERT A SUCCESS
no introduction. His name and fame
have been won on provlous occasions.
His version of Kipling's "Gunga Din"
was very stirring. Other selections
given by Stewart were "Road to Man
dalay" and "When Melinda Sings."
Tho University Quartet presented
tho ragtime numbers of the evening.
They executed a very neat job of put
ting "Kentucky Babe" to sleep and
were encored a number of times. The
members of the quartet wore: Grls
wold, Allison, Harpham and Scott.
Clifford Scott with hisp piano trav
esty was tho surprise of tho evening.
His different versions of "There'll Be
a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight"
wore original and clever, and dis.
played an unusual musical ability.
The entire program showed tho
work and skill of tho director, Mrs.
"Raymond, ho has labored faithfully
with tho club for the past week and
her efforts brought forth results.
As the audionce was leaving the
meater ono-lady eorrectly remarked
that tho concert -was certainly deserv
who fulled to attend missed a rare
treat. A number of enthusiasts claim
that It was the best program over
given by a Nebraska Glee Club.
Tho members of the Glee Club who
took part in tho program are as fol
lows: First Tenors Joseph Aldrich, Rob
ert Finley, PaijJ F. Griswold," Arthur P.
Miller, Merwin S. Swaymo.
Second Tenors James Allison,
Harpham, Walter Noeltlng, Philip
Warner, Bernard G. Westovor.
First Basses Fred L. Babcock,
Lloyd A. Barnes, Clarence L. Clark,
Dana P. Cole, Russell W. Israel,, Les
ter L. Westling.
Second Basses Rex Blxby, Free
man.S. Ponney, Marscholle H. Powers,
Clifford B, 'Scott, Raymond P. West-over.
Remodeling and Rebuild
On all Men's Suits and Top Coats.
On all Traveling Equipment.
Dozens of Furnishing Specials
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