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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
THE UNIVBn8ITT OF
IUD0D B. DAWSON
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Managing Editor P. C; Bponoer
Awoclat Editor Ruth M. Bquire
AooiatTMlor R. V. Koupel
AtbleUv Editor C K. Mora
OarrU Ownon John I-anz
W. 13. Har Qornldlno Ka.ufrman
BJIxftbeth Hjr ""B McVlckcr
Loon Pahnr F. M. Morrlam
J. A. Phillip!
Builrioc Manngor Frank S. Porkln
Awrt Bufllneun Manager.. RumoII F. Clark
Bobsoription prico 12.00 per year,
payablo In advance.
Single copies, B centa each.
Entered at the postoflloo at Lincoln,
Kebraska, as eocoml-cla mall matter,
ndr the Aot of Oongrosa of March 8,
The DAILY UEBRASKAN purpose to
be the free voice of student sonUmant;
to be fair; to be Impartial; to Book advice
u well as offer It; to truthfully picture
ollege life; to go further than tho more
printing of news by standing for the
h3ghct Ideal of the University In jihortL
te carve th Unlvomlty of Nftbraeka.
Saturday, May 23, 1914
Y. W. C. A. GIRLS INTERESTED
IN ESTES PARK TRIP
Miss Finney Entertains About Forty
Girls Special Stunts Form
The Y. W, C. A. Estes Park picnic,
which occurred Wednesday evening
at tho homo of Janot Finney, was at
tended by about thirty slrls, all
especially "interested In the Estes
Park conference to be held In August.
Tho refreshments consisted of meat
loaf, croam potatoes, sandwichos,
pickles and radlBhos.
Valeria Bonnell was In charge of
the stunts, which represented differ
ent phases of tho conference in a
very clover way.. Much amusement
was caused by tho appearance of tho
wheelbarrow loaded with girls, In
tended to reprosont tho automobile
carrying the guests to the park. Tho
stunt In which the girls finished a
hasty tnilnHn nn thn wny tn hrnnkfnnt
mado a strong appeal. Tho University
of Nebraska cottage brought enthusi
Ralph Curt! and Robert Bowman of
Omaha spent several days- In tho city.
DAVID CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Tho First Alumni Directory, D. C. H.
8., 1914, Is on sale at ED YOUNG'S.
Application for election to tho posl-
tions of edutor-In-chlef, managing edl-"
tor, two associate editors, business
manager and assistant business man
a ger of tho Dally Nebraskan for the
first semester of tho school year of
1914-1915 will bo received at tho ofilco
of the secretary of tho Student Publi
cation Board, basement Administra
tion Building, until 12 o'clock noon,
Saturday, May 23, 1914.
Application to be mado on form
which will bo furnished by tho secre
tary. T. A. WILLIAMS,
Secretary Student Publication
He University of Chicago
ia addition to resident
wrotk. offer Uo iiutruo
tiea by correspondence.
For detailed In
Yw B.fC(Df, H)cycat.ro. ""'
All seniors must order their caps
and gownB at tho University Book
Storo on or beforo Saturday, May 23.
All clothing must bo romoved from
tho lockers In tho Women's Gym
nasium by Juno 1st or It will bo con
fiscated by tho University. Arrange
ments may bo made before Juno 1st
for storing property with Mrs. Plorco
for the summ'cr.
INA E. GITTINGS.
University Ag Society.
Tho United Ag Society will hold Its
annual picnic next Saturday after
noon, May 23. A good time Is prom-
Ised and every member should bo out
-TlrfB-wlll-be-thO-laSt-mfPtlng Of thol
year and election of officers for next
year will take place. Watch tho bul
letin boards for announcement of tho
time and place.
MRS. C. B. HYMER,
Saturday, May 23.
Kappa Sigma dancing party Capi
Kappa Kappa Gamma banquet Lin
Sigma Alpha Epsllon MubIc Hall.
Koraensky Club banquet Lincoln
Palladian picnic Crete.
Delta Tau Delta Art Hall.
Farm House dancing party-Farm
Practical jokes are all right In their
place", but there Is one senior in school
who Is not very crazy about them.
Soveral days ago a prominent senior
girl wns made tho goat In a most sen
sational Joke. Slip was In her gym
clothes and tho boys were waiting
outside for the remainder of tho picnic
party. She went to her locker and no
street clothes were to bo found. She
searched tho whole building and en
listed the aid of half of the school
force, but still no clothes. In despera
tion she looked forth from tho gym
window, but there wero many people
about, and besides this it was a long
sprint to tho Trl Delt abode. Finally
she talked to tho waiting gentlemen
through a window. They picked up
the lunch basket and beat It- This
Is Indeed a cruel way to mar tho fes
tivities of a senior picnic.
Out at tho Elliott grade school, at
-Twenty-seventh and O streets, 1b a
shoot tho chutes, put up for the pur
pose of entertaining the youths of the
school. However, tho Chi Omegaa
are not satlsneu moT ihlb chulu bhull
go unused on these fine suramor even
ings. Thoy have acted accordingly.
-Whonyou drive Jy there after Jhls,
look and soo for yourself. It is worth
Cy Chase, ono of the shining lights
of tho senior play, Is reported to have
conducted himself remarkably well at
tho picnic "some days ago. Ho outran
two "N" men, as the story goes, and
did everything else but drop In tho
river, for which stunt ho was to have
received a dollar. We are sorry that
such athletic material as this was not
out for track many moons ago when
it might have mado a namo for itsolf.
We think that Awgwan Is much too
live a paper to como out and croko
In an obituary number. Here's hoping
that It has nino lives like a cat.
Tho girls' track meet was without
question the most attractive event
which has taken place at Nobraska
since she tied Michigan in football
two years ago. The grandstand was
fairly crowded with young men. Some
of them even swarmod over Into tho
field. The noise that floated up from
tho field on this occasion might well
be compared to that of a steam callope
and a cornshollor being hauled east
on R street. Nevertheless, tho boys
should bo commended for tho noble
way In which thoy support co-ed ath
letics. Acacia froBhmen Ma a. dollcutu HU
tie job to perform in tho near future.
It has bpen rules by the powers that
bo thatJ.hoy .ahalL takoOBaesBlon of
tho trunk of a Captain Ganz. This
trunk Is to be carried around the
corner and down the street to a soror
ity houso at fourtoen-ten Q street.
Just what the idea Is is not yot out,
but we will try to kqep the Rag
patrons informed so that they maybe
on hand to see the fun when it is
Doctor Maxoy's name will no doubt
go down in the annals of history as a
great baseball ump. If you do not be
lieve It ask tho inter-department base
.halLmon, AiihnrlMmn ngn Mm rlnninr
mado a decision which waB evidently
resented by one of tho players. This
player rushed out on to the field,
brandishing his fists, and swore in the
professor's ear. Tho doctor calmly
thrust hlB lianas TmcK Into biff lilp
pockets and spoko thusly: ''Sir, you
must have met me beforo this." That
was all there was to It; tho warlike
ona dcew la his hooks and Doctor
Mnxcy adjusted his black hat.
HELD NEXT TUESDAY
Address Will Be Given by Dr. Fling
Senior Caps to Be Worn
Next Tuesday will be the annual
Rfnlnr rnnvnrntlnn All spnlnra nrn
supp08e(1 t0 be pre80nt and the girls
nra tn wnnr thntr cnnlnr nnra ntnrvr-
V W T(l MJm U-aitlSB Nf.,ffcJ UVrWIU
ing to the time-honored custom. The
program will bo as follows:
! Reading Marian Preese
I Instrumental bc.j Florence Malone
Address Dr. Fling
JOINT MEETING OF
UNIVERSITY FRAT MEN
Council Will Present Plans for Rais.
ing Scholastic Standing
The Inter-fraternity Council calls a
mass meeting of all active fraternity
men to bo held In room Law 101 on
Monday night at 7:45.
Tho council at this time will present
plans for raising the scholastic stand
ing, finances and tho general welfare
of the fraternities.
Law 101, Monday, 7:45 p. ra.
Nebraska Men Could Not Hold Their
Own" Against 'Washington
- St. Louis, Mo., May-22. Wftshingto:
University of this city defeated Ne
braska University at both doubles and
singles In the first round of tho Mis
souri Valley Conference tomtfiTtmlrmv
mont horn Vfntftrrtnv. Hnnrr nnd Onl-
lonkamp of Washington wero matched
against Moyer and Stussman of No
braska in both events. In tho singles
Smith of Kansas defeated Cave of
Amos, 6-1; 6-3. Tho tournament con
LOST Thursday, a bunch of keys,
probably In tho postoffico. Return
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$ Student season tickets for tho
' Minneapolis Symphony Orchos-
tra concerts may bo purchased In
Adm. 102 any tlmo this week at $
?1.60. Oliver box ofilco now
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Hart, Sckaffner & Marx . B.
"Fastyon Clothes", Hizsh
We have several styles m this popular shoe for
MAHOGANY CALF with heavy spring: heels
and white lining;, to wear with white hose, $5 pair.
-. 9nK. TAN CALF-spring heel, corded tip,
LIGHT TAN CALF spring heel perforated
vamp, $4 pair.
Men's Shoes main floor
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University School of Music
Opposite the University Campus, 1 1 th and R Sts. In
structions Given in All Branches of Music. Students
may Enter at Any Time. Beginners Accepted.
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director
on Men's Hats
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