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THE DAILY NEBRAgKAN
THUR., FRI., SAT., MAY 7, 8, 9
CHA8. YULE, FRED MXJNIER
TUDER CAMERON & JOHNNY
GRACE CARLISLE and
JULIA NASH & CO.
PARILLO & FRABITO,
Mat. Daily at 2:30. Pricec15&25
Night 8:15. Prices 15, 25, ? 50, 76
THURS., FRI., SAT., M AY 7, 8, 9
O'NEIL & WAMSLEY
The Two Lightning Bugs
JED & ETHEL DOOLEY
In "A Vaudeville Medley"
"THE MAN WHO DISAPPEARED"
Third Story of the Series Entitled
"THE DOUBLE CROSS"
Hearst-Sellg News Pictorial
"THE VANITY CASE"
Three Shows DaIJy27T & 9
MAT. All Seats 10c NIGHT 15c
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the beBt
We qerve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O Street
WE DO ALL KINDS OF WELDING
On Broken Engine Cylinders, Crank
Cases, Transmission Cases, Shaft
Housings, Crank Shafts
In Aluminum, Cast Iron, Malleable
Iron, Machinery, Steel and Tool Steel
PAYNE & WOODARD
General Machine Work
Office and Shops 247 So. 0th Street
Ptrone B1283 -Llncolnr-Nebraeka
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Three-year course lending to degree of
Doctor of Law (J. D.), which, by the
Quarter systom, may ho completed In two
and one-fourth calendar years. College
education required for rfgnlnr nrimtsalon-
ono year or luV uoing counted toward col-
-wge-fltrKreer-faaw-UDr-ary or ;i-j,i.iui,i vniiimra
The summer Quarter offers special op
portunities to students, teachers, and
First term 1914, June 15-July 22
Second term-July 23-August 28
Courses opon in all Departments of tho
University during tho Summer Quarter.
For Announcement address
DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNI
VERSITY OF CHICAGO
Try tho Y. M, 0. A. Lunch
Room, Cafeteria, Plan
Oity Y. M. 0. A. 13th ft P
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 'and O Streeti
RULES OF INT5R-DEPART-
MENT BA8EBALL LEAGUE
(Continued from Pago Ono)
(9) Freshmafi Law team.
(10) Junior and Senior Law team.
Article IV. Eligibility.
(1) All Agricultural Engineers and
all Agricultural students, 1. o., all stu
dents registered In the Collego of
Agriculture are iligible for tho Agri
(2) All Arts and Science students
majoring in the School of Commerce
ot AVliMeallVl8CrTHllfeirerd orllio
School of Commorce are eligible for
tho Commorco team.
(3) All students. registered "in the
Teachers' College including candi
dates for a teachers' certificate are
eligible for the Teachers Collego
(4) All students majoring in Chem
istry and whose adviser is the head
of the Department of Chemistry are
eligible for the Chemistry team.
(5) All students ineligible for any
of the above teams and who are fresh
men in the Arts nnd Science College
are eligible for the Freshman Aca
(6) All students registered as Civil
Engineers are eligible for the Civil
(7) All students registered as Elec
trical Engineers are eligible for the
Electrical Engineers team.
S A.11 .sludeuts-reglstored-as-Arclt
Itectural or Mechanical Engineers are
eligible for the Architectural and
Mechanical Engineers team.
(9) and (10) All students registered
or majoring in the Law College shall
bo law students. All law students
having less than 24 hours law credit
shall be eligible for the Freshman
Law team: Al Mair-Html ein.sluTvTn g
24 hours or more law credit shall be
eligible for the Junior and Senior Law
Article V. Managers.
The students of each department
represented by a team shall elect an
The manager shall have charge of
the organization and management of
the team representing his respective
Articlo VI. Gommittees.
(1) Eligibility Committee. There
shall be a committee on eligibility con
sisting of three managers. This com
mittee shall have final jurisdiction in
all cases brought before It concerning
tho eligibility of students for competi
tion. No candidate can be eligible for
moro than one team in tho leaguer -
(2) Games Committee. There shall
be a committee on games consisting
of throe managers. The duties of the
Games Committee Blinll be: (a) To
prevent the postponement of regular
scheduled games if possible, (b) to
set a definite time for the playing off
of postponed games at the time' of
postponement, (c) to appoint an um
pire in case of the disagreement of
the two managers,
No games shall be postponed except
upon tho mutual request of tho two
competing managors for good and suf
flcient reasons, with the consent of
tho Games Committee through Its
Article VII. Games.
Each team shall play ovory othor
team and tho championship shall be
determined on a percentage basis.
Tho failure of a team to appear at tho
regular scheduled' time means for
feiture to tho reporting team.
Article VIIL Athletic Board.
Tho University Athletic Board Bhall
have supreme control of the organiza
tion, membership, schedule and such
other matters as may be necessary.
Have you noticed tho little red
stamp floating around tho campus
latoly? No, well you should notice
this. This is good;- It Is an ad for
tho School of 'Pharmacy and It resem
bles a allaying mug. This is a novel
Idea. Wo certainly must hand It to
thoPhnrmacy bunch. Tho Medics will
have to go some to como up with this,
BA8YE, IVY DAY ORATOR,
GIVE8 CONVINCING ORATION
(Contlnuod from Pago One) '
manifest activities, for whether ho
seeks to nourish tho better things in
life or to prolong and porpotuato It In
his descendants, or to enrich and
widen it In domostlc and civil society,
or to grow more conscious of it
through science and art, or to atriko
Jts -roots into -the oxtcrnnl world
through faith and love, or' in whatever
pther way he may oxert himself, tho
Tmd mid irtirToThis aspiring and striv
ing is educational is tho unfolding
and uplifting of his being through sor
vice." "Tho university springs from so
ciety and must, therefore, be an ex
pression of tho common llfo. It Is
ono of the agencies of a national pur-
"As a social agont the university is
entrusted with certain standards of
the community, standards of scientific
method nnd of truth, stnndards of
technical efficiency, standards of cul-
tural attainment, standards of per-
sonal charactor and civic duty. It Is
only through the creation, tho guard-
Ivy Day orator from senior law class
ing, the elevation of these standards
that material and spiritual progress is
possible. When tho mind is possessed
by this vision of the university, all the
careers for which It provides take on
tho dignity of social worth."
"Education must bo largely con
cerned in equipping the mind with the
materials which are indisponsablo for
further progress. Our knowledge
piuet be a means to Increase efficiency.
Anj education. HtandH condemnod that
produces Inefficient men."
In the concluding portion of his re
marks tho speaker emphasized the im
portanco of character to Insure tho
usefulness of education, also tho
necessity for liberalizing elements In
the educative process.
Tliu latuut fancy oi lasnton Is the
psycho, or double-decked, knot of hair.
Nowadays tho fair co-ed dresses her
hair In a manner which resembles that
tjf-an Irish wiiaherwoman. In other
worrta. shn penis her-hnlr up tlghi-on-
tho sides and runs it up to a peak In
such a way- that It resembles Tnrice
cream cone or a mop handljo cut off
short. It has been suggested that Mils
aerial handle could bo utilized to,good
advantago In" doing fas turns while
dancing the castlo walk. The gentle'
man could hold on to tho hair while
doing the turn. This method will also
bo of advantago In allowing tho ears
greater ventilation7 In hot weather. It
alBo makes tho small girl look taller.
Taking all Into consideration, It Is .a
very jiifty and convenient method of
doing tho hair.
MEN wanted for "summer, work. Wo
have men now going to tho Univer
sity who have made from $300 to ?900
clear for last summer. . Call any timo
at tho Stanley, 1302 Q St., room 4, sec
ond floor. Ask 'for .C, Miller.
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