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THE DAILY NEBIUSKAN. JJLS
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A newapapor devoted to tho intereita of tha
UnUnfitly of Nobrnttka.
Publlahod at 131 Nortlrllth St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Oriblreo. Prat Idout.
0. L.Towno, Becrotarr-Troaauror.
:. J. Hewott, K. w.
J, 1. jrer, T. J. Howott,
Htsbliko H. McCaw
J. A. MAXNIWO
OaOHOl P. SUIDLBB
n. a Pollard. CHftoB l Carter,
Noma Hnie. It. T. Hill,
. J7R. Farner, l'L
Tho labMrlptlou trico of tho Daily Nob"1'
Van ! P 'or t.ho collog jour with n rogular "
JiY bafora clmpal each day. Notices, co
rnunfeationa, attdotbor mutter Intended for pub
lication, maul bo Uandnd in nt tlio Nebraska!
omen beforo 7 p. m.. or ranilod to the editor bo
foro 8 p. m of tha day previous to thnt day on
u.li(rh flmv nrA nxnAcuiato nunonr.
"Bab'iotfptlonsflsay.bd left aftlio Nobraakan
nffleo. ut tho Co.Od.. or with Huilnein Manager.
tfubaertbore will confer a favor by reporting
promptly at thti oQloo any failure to receive tho
All cl'fC' in ndrertlBluir matter must lxi In
the office uy 3 p. m. on tho day prevloua lo that
on which they aro to appear.
Address nil communication to the Dally No
hraflkan, 134 N. 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraska.
g The Dally Nelirajftan la Dffing; nt
Q trt all subkorlbera oil tho old Nabrna
E' kan-llaperlan Hat. Tlioio aubaorlb-
era to the Nobraakan-IIaaparlan
S. who doipot desire tho Dally trill
m pleaso notify-the managnr by rard
-C aa anon aa poaalbla. Where no notl
5 filiation la received I la understood
5 that tlta aubaorlbar wlahea tha pn
E per to continue. .
One of tho vital needs in the Uni
versity just at present is a better and
more permanont organization ofyfOot
ers at football games. The -weakness
'of tho old method ot temporary organ
ization was very evident at all tho big
jjamos last year. Thorc waB no uni
formity or system In what rooting
there waB dono. When tho spirit did
movo tho crowd on tho bleachers tho
honeflclal effect was counter-balanced
by lack of method. Tho only way to
icmedy this Is by the formation of a
motors! club withlii permanont organl
zatlon. The Dally belioves tho plan
foosable and would BUggest tho hold
ing of a football rally on tho campuB
in tho noar future at which some ac
tion' respecting a club could bo takon.
The suggestion mado by tho athletic
board that one of tho University classes
or societies orect a memorial office at
tho entrance to tho athletic field Is a
good one and ought to bo carefully
considered by all student organiza
tions. Tho present senior class might
.emulate tho example of thd last one
byprasacnilng to tho University some
token which will preaorvo Its memory
to later classes. Nothing would be of
inoro valuo to tho Institution than a
neatly built ticket ofllco as suggested
by the board. It would be both useful
Wo can satisfy, Lady or
1418 0 St.. E. H. MUNSON.
In Patent Kid, Enamel,
Box Qalf, Velours Calf
or Vici Kid.
$3.50, AA to E4
ib ib osrj?r.-&
The best place in the city to buy
good shoes clcap 1b at Sanderson's,
1213 O street. t
15o not buy a choap tailor-made" suit
rnitll-YOU-looknt-the -Alfred Donjamln-.
and Broltow Bros, ready-to-wear gar
incnts at Palue's.
C. Burton Robblns is attending tho
law department of Columbia Univer
sity, Now York City
Frank Rain, '99, is spending a fow
' days lfl .Lincoln beforo going ,to Ann
Arbor to. take his degree lu law.
"ThoTliternry societies are organizing
and setting rendy for next year's work.
All tbred of them will hold receptions
for now students next woek.
. Tho "U. of N." Fountain Pen at $1.00
.and thc"'High School" Fountain Pen
at 69c are to bo had only nt the Lin
coln Book Store, 1126 0 street.
A, K. Barnes wont to Milwaukee
during tho summer to attend tho Na
tional, convention of Delta Tau Deltp
as delegate from the local chapter.
UrAlyorsity books, now arid socond
hand, and supplies of all kinds may bo
had at tho (Jo-Op., block south of
tho library. You will find courtoous
aid ofllclent service. When In doubt
he to books needed consult tho Co-Op.
rf you aro, a new student you will need
u fountain pen and tho Co-Op. has tho
best arid the choapoBt..The Co-Op. Is
the sttidcnfs "boolc s'tpre? l-
Is the Up-lo-Date Place wliereLa
dles and Gentlemen can get their
RELINED AND REFITTED.
X. K. Cor. 11th and 0. Pkunc 708
BOOK STORE . .
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and NOTE BOOK PAPER
AND COVERS ALL SIZES
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FOUNTAIN PEN . . .
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PHONE 68. - - i37 SOUTH uTH
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120 South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
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Vou outfht to.
1141 o St,,Llucolu, Nelj.
The University Book Store
The latest and best in all respects.
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found far better to make an exchange than to re
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beginning of the year aTrexprerreirced Fountain "Pen
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