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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A neJinMr ilovotod to ilin Intoroit nf tlm
l.'nlvntnlly of Nnhm ikn.
l'ublutie.l nt l.ll North Mill St.. by
TIIK HKSI'KUIAN I'l'll. CO.
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.1. YV. Crnfotri'P, ProsiilnrU.
. G. L.Towno, Sorrotnry-Tronxnrnr.
A A. Wyrr. T. .1. Hmvett. K. W. Winliburn.
Sii.m.iNo M .M Caw
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- Athlotic I'llto
K C rollnnl, Clifton Cnrtnr.
Nutria Hn-q. " It. T Hill.
J. It, Pfitpor. CHIT Crooke
John A. Wilton LlmiM HuntiiiKton
Tim BiibHcriptlon prico of thn Dnily NobriiM
knn i VI for tho colli-Ko your with n reulnr (lo
ll vory ,boforo chajol each lnv. Notice, com
munication, andothnr matter iiitcnclod for pub
lication, mutft bo hnndcil In ut tho NobrnHkau
olllo boforo 7 p. in., or mnilod to tho editor bc
foro:l p. in., of tho day prevloim to that day on
which thoy aro rxpoetnd t appear
tiubictiptionx mny bo loft at tho NobniHknn
otllco, nt tho Co. Op., or with IltminefH Mnnnsnr.
Huhicrlt)(rR will run fur ii fnvor by rox)rtlnr
promptly nt thix ollico any fnllnro to rcccio tho
All rlinnffox in iwhorti-dng matter must bo in
tlio olllco l .1 p. m on I ho day previous to tliut
on which Lhoy aro to appear.
Addrosx all rominiinicoktoiiM to tho Dally No
braskan, I M N lllh St. Iuicolti, Nebraxka.
Tlii I)iitl Ni-lii iiUim In lirlnir went
to nil MihiMirlhi'r on lint old NcbriiH-
kllll-llt'KpiTlllll lint. TIlOHC MIlllHOllll-
i'm lo lh Nlrunkiin-llHpcrlitii
Jfc who ilo not ali'Nlrr tho Dally will
C plfiixo notify the muiiiiKcr by card
J 114 HOOIl ll pOHHlllltt. WM 110 noll-
llcut Ion In reeol vmI II In linilri stood
-g that tho HiiliHrrllior t Inlirn lh' pn-
j pel- to contliiUf.
Members of the Dally Nehraskan
staff are requested to call at tho office
131 No. llth St.. between 1 and 2
o'clock each day for assignments.
The student body should feel en
couraged by the state of football af
fairs, and do all In their power to help
along the good work. There Is no
better wiij In which this can be done
than by the organization of a rooters
club. A regular yell leader should be
chosen and yells practiced systemat
ically. This would do away with all
half-hearted squeaky yelling which
doefl not encourage the team and
makes those who are tiying lo do
something ashamed of the effort.
The University of Nebraska has
adopted a new yell. Dally Palo Alto.
The University of Nebiaska plays
twelve match football games this sea
son. Dailv Palo Alto.
The Yale Interscholastlc Football
league has been reorganized and Iwib a
membership of live schools. Yale
Individual student, but prefers rather
to hae a larger number of students
benefited In a smaller way While
the entire sum Is not large. It dooH an
immense amount of good because It Is
In continual circulation. Wisconsin
Such afTaiis as the Roble Fancy
Dress party by the women of the uni
versity, and the "shirt-tail" parade
by the men. supply the genuine fun
and spice of student life without the
tincture of rowdyism, against which
we have heard our president speak so
often With an entire absence of the
de.st 1 notion of property and of tres
pass upon the rights of others, every
one had fun The next thing In or
der should be. a stag "Jolly up" at Kn
clna to light the fire of enthusiasm for
the football season. Dally Palo Alto
President Harper announced to the
senior and Junior college councillors
In their meeting after the elections
Tuesday, that this year the authorities
of the University would not give their
consent to the holding of the fresh
man presentation, or "Fre.-diman Con
vocation," as this unique exercise Is
sometimes called. Dr. Harper asked
the support of the councillors in ral
lying student sentiment to oppose all
"survival of barbarism." The presi
dent expressed regret that the exer
cises had to be given up. Hut said
that the univeisity executive officers
had deemed this necessary The reason
given is that the gathering for the
presentation la liable to develop Into
a gathering for conflict between the
sophomores and freshmen "Such
things miij be tolerated in some in
stitutions." said the piesident. "but
here we must put a stop to them ' -University
of Chicago Weekly
The class In general botany did not
show much decrease In its attendance
on Monday morning, in spite of the
fact thut many of the students were
up the greater portion of the night
before, returning from Mlnnoupolis.
One plucky girl, whose train arrived at
four o'clock In the morning was pros
ent iicvertheloHa. unci auenied none the
woise for her loss of sleep.
Jeremiah Kebman, '98, who returned
a few weeks ago from a summer's
work in the Hig Horn mountains, has
secured a position, with tho Hiooks
Scanlon company, at Scanlon, Minn ,
where he expects to learn the lumber
man's side of the art of forestry This
is one of the necessary subjects re
quired of those who enter the set vice
ol the government
The Interviews in American history
III will be conducted by Mr Sheldon
Ptofcssor Caldwell's book on "Source
Fxtiacts" will be used The follow
ing topics will be covered "Aquisition
and government of the Noith West
Teiiltory Phe ordinance of "ST"
V A Harricon. a newspaper man of
this city, will start for the Isthmus of
Panama next week on a newspaper
trip. He has been given a commission
by the Historical society to make re
pot ts relative to the Venezuelan question
The Dellans will give their "Riley"
piogram Friday night This program
was postponed last Friday on account
of the Minnesota game.
Pure Wool Pants.
(Medium or Ilenvy Woight.)
Made to Your
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118 S. 10th Street.
SS I3R.T. O'CONNOR cur rs CANf EHS.
TUMORS, WKNSnnd FISTULA '-
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FKICE 1X O St., LINCOLN. NKH
PROF. HOLMES, of Chicago
Ollices and Studio
325 SOUTH 12th.
Daiirmjf Academy WnNh Hall ot-r Rock
Inland Tickot Olllco. llth ami O Sin
Capital Novelty Works
BICYCLE SUNDRIES, REPAIRING
OF ALL KINDS.
317 South llth St.
J. S, DeVore,
317 S. nth St.
At I. S. C. thoy tried, convicted and
cremated the " Football Hoo-doo" of
thntfistltution October 2. Now that
. this inennclng spirit no longer ex
ists, wwill expect to see Ames do
wonders in football this year Drake
The idea of the students' loan fund
was originated by the class of 1900.
This class placed tho sum of $3G0 In
the hands of a committee of which
Dr. Chas. Forster Smith Is chairman,
to be loaned to deserving students
without Interest until Hiich students
were able to repay. A considerable
amount has been added' to this fund
by professors and other persons con
4 nected with the university, who prefer
to withhold their names. The com
mittee hus not deemed it advisable to
loan money in very large sums, or
for any great length of time to the
made ly IT (J. Cornell, University pho
tographer, for the industrial school.
They include pictures 01 the Univers
ity buildings and scenes on the cam
pus. The final proof of the proceedings
of the Orinthologlst Union are now be
ing read. The completed report will
appear In about a week. It will con
sist of close to 100 pageB.
15. F. Warner, who formerly took a
high rank In the debating circles in
the University, was in Lincoln on his
way west from New York City. He
was east in the interests of a mine
which he owns
Sidney Numemaker, J. Miller, J. F.
Fisher and H. R. Follman were In
Lincoln, Thursday and aguln Monday
visiting their Alpha Tail brothers.They
were enroute to and from Minneapolis.
M PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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ards Block, Telephone .".T. Residence,
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tal Oflice, Cor. llth nnd O Streets,
Over Harley's Drug Store. Telephone
1R. 15KN.I. F. MAI LEY. Dr May
' Louho Flnmig-nn; Oflice 111 South
12th Street. Telephone (UH,
We are having- big
run on those Cadet
Panels, better call.
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New Line Gymnasium
Suits just received.
WILSON & HAU'S
Uooksellers and Stationers
112:-J () Stkeet. . .
livery new Student
If you want the
Best, place your
Orders for Dance
and Society Pro
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And has his measure taken for tho
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