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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The following tnon have fllod as can
dldntos for tlio eloctlon of studont
members to tho University Athletic
Board. Tho election will bo hold In
tho aymnnBlum, May 11th, botweon
tho hours of 9: .10 a. in. and 12:30 p. m
nud frpm 1:30 p. in. to 4:30 p. m.:
Konnoth C. Pouts.
ITTI f rOootzo;
FOR HI8 PIANISSIMO
(Contlnuod from pago 1)
at rohoarsal and romarked that he ho
Moved ho had leaiiied how ho got tho
baffling plnnlssimo. "It Is his peculiar
ability of Imparting to his players his
own onthUHlasm for beauty und dell-
W. B. Sad Hole.
II. L. Templo.
O H. Zumwlnkel.
DR. It. 0, CLAPP,
Secretary Athletic Board.
University -Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
' S. S. SHEAN
1128 0 St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solioited
Frame Your Diplomas!,
While they are new and
fresh. This also
The Lincoln Book Store
DOES THIS KIND OF WORK
(Continued from page 1.)
swinging, spoofing und various other
When it was reported that the
Black Masques and tho Innocents
would bo announced, a lull came over
tho crowd and with breathless sus
pense they watched the favored few
selected one by one. .Tudgo II. H.
Wilson of the Law ScTioolgoVGtho
innocent presentation speech, while
Minn ririiham presented tho Black
Noxt year's members of the Inno
cent society are as follows:
Silas M. Drun,
ItusBoll F. Clark.
Carl D. Onnz,
Homer O. Hewitt,
Warren II. Howard,
Donald D. Mupes,
Ralph II. Northrup,
Frank S. Perkins,
Herbert S. Reese,
Oscar W. Sjogren,
1 1) (). Southwlck.
CORNELIUS VAN FLIET
Cello player who will also appear with
the Minneapolis Symphony Orches
same In any tone quality ho wants to
secure. Ho hears it mentally, vividly,
and, with face and voico alive with
his own ldml, ho goes before his men.
tolling them in the fewest, but most
colorful words, what it is he wants at
this and that stage of the iorformancc.
i-do- not-wonder-h-hus-ugreuL .orciiejh
TOUR SOUTH AMERICA
(Continued rrom pngo 1)
Cloyd L. Stewart,
Otto H. Zumwinkel.
Tho Black Masque selections are as
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLYCO.
117 SOUTH T1AELRTH
Spalding and Victor Base
ball, Tennis & Track Outfits.
Supplies for"e very; Sport.
LAWLOR CYCLE & SPORTING GOODS CO. 1423 0 St.
The Artists Way, Take a Lesson Every Day.
To our students is our highest aim
honest and fair business dealings with
everyone, our guide.
study of the other, with a group oT
students from the other country pur
suing studies in it.
All of the expenses of the trip ex
cept furo from Lincoln to New York
City and return, and the smaller Inci
dental personal expenditures while on
,tnuiynr..mori)ylrthe ' SpclallQlLTJl
Nebraska has been highly honored
nn (tramiitio circles. M.r. David IJe-
lasco, the great New York producer,
has seen fit to put on a production
written by a former Nebrasknn. The
name of tho pluy is "What's Wrong,"
while the waiter's name is Ballard.
This play scored a phenomenal hit on
Broadway. It ran for several months.
Scarf slide space
and lock front
QMt-jBnxx " " m America
UNITED SHIRT'S, COLLAR, CO. TROY N.Y.
80M) KXOL.U8IVICLY IIY
1232 O Street
party will leave Now York May 30th
on tho Lamport & Holt steamer Van
Dyke, visiting the West Indies, Rio do
Janeiro and Santos in Brazil, Monte
video in Uruguay, and Buenos Aires
in Argentina. From Buenos Alros tho
South American continent will bo
crossed by rail to Santiago, Chile, and
tho return north made with stops in
northern Chile, Peru, Panama, and tho
northorn coast of Colombin, returning
thence to New York between the mid
dle of August and the first of Septem
ber. Professor Persinger will carry with
him a couple of cameras, as on his
preceding trip to the west coast, and
attempt to make a collection oPirega-
tlves faithfully portraying present
conditions In the various South Amer
ican countries ho visits. These will
"Mr". '"Ballard numbers more than one
success among his works. "Believe
Me, Xantlppe," Is one of his well
known successes. This Is no small
honor for ono of Nebraska's old students.
A fine lisle half hose
the kind you pay
15c for while they
bo converted into lantern slides on
his return, and will bo made use of In
his Latin-American course tho first
semoBter of noxt year.
The moving germ hoj) begun to per
vade tho Greeks of Nebraska. Almost
every bunch now has Its special house
committee or agent out looking for
good prospects. Tho idea 'seems to be
to give tho freshmen something to do
and to boat down the high rentals.
Outside of this there is another big
advantage the real estate agent usu
ally comes around in an automobile
ter is taken out to see tho new house
A motor trip In tho cool of these spring
evenings is no small matter. It Is well
wftrHi i-ftA trnnhln nf looking over a
mero house. Anyhow, tho real estate
men have got them going south.
Eighteen artists, mostly all imported from Now York and
abroad because of their up-to-date methods and high stand
ing as teachers and artists. No expense has or will be spared
in securing artists oi the highest proficiency.
Send for booklet
which will fully con
vince you that we
can give you a full year's accomplishment in one torm of ten
weeks when measured by other schools methods.
In all its branches is
taught with the every day
fjUj M J p Our name is not borrowed from any other
NO If I" institution. We get all our prestige by our
lll" high standards, good service and artist
instructors. Send for Catalog.
NEVA TERM JUST STARTING
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
6 Pair 45c
1132 O STREET
Are you tho man I want? Tho
who has a good appearance and
fc who has confidence in himself
can make a pot of money this
-fc summer. Our average man
cleared $50,0.00 last summer. This
is no "got-rlch-qulck" scheme,
but a straight-forward business
& proposition backed by ono of tho
most reliable firms In the coun-
try. If you've got tho nerve and
push to "do" things" and If thy
hands ltcheth for tho coin of tho
realm, como around to see mo
any time Wednesday nftornoon at
tho Lincoln Hotel. If you can't
como, then wrlto mo a letter
about yoursolt addressed to 517
South' 11th St., Lincoln, Nobr.
$ HUGH V. HARLAN, State Maim-
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LQST Arlanpoplln raincoat In Chom.
Lab., Tuesday afternoon. Please re
turn same to Rag ofilco. 6-7-G1
LOST A Thota Delta Chi- pin. Find
er ploaso return to Rag ofilco. 5-7-CO
WANTED University student to do
light chores for room. Call at 434
North 17th St., between 12:30 and
1:30, Friday or Saturday.
CAPITAL BEACH-MAY 22nd
FOR RENT Ton-room house at 1748
B St. Will' rodecorato for fraternity
or sorority; leased. First Trust Co.
FOUND Dramatic Club pin. Call at
"Rag" ofilco. 5-3-63
FOUND Watch fob seal on Twelfth
and R Sis. Call at Rag ofilco 5-0-3
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