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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1901)
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TI1K DAILY NKBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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.) I. Wyrr, T. J. Hewott, K. W. Wiinlibiirii.
Ktf.rlino H .McCaw
J. A. Mannino
(li:OROB P. HllIDLKR -
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Secret signal practice Ih being held
this week in the gymnasium during
Members of the Daily Nehraskan
staff are requested to call at the office
131 No llth Ht . between 1 and U
o'clock each day for assignments.
Nebraska's game with Doane an
Minnesota's game with the College of
Physicians unci Surgeons last, Satur
day ought to offer th'e greatest encour
agement to NehrnBka rooters.
THE CHANCELLOR AT THE TN1
VERS1TY OP SOUTH DAKOTA.
The following is taken from a report
.of the Chancellor's address at Vermil
lion last Tuesday.
"A large and attentive audience
greeted the president of the University
of Nebraska In the college chapel last
evening. He was on his way to Sioux
Falls, where today he addresses the
National Farmers' Congress, now In
session. All who heard his lecture very
much appreciate that the doctor saw
lit to give us a call.
His subject was. "The Delights of
College Life," and was Interesting and
instructive thioughout. He said that
if-mytrn? ht-to-tmeoood la any work,
that work must be clone cheerfully.
This Is true of all workers, but espe
cially of the student. The student's
situation among other students of dif
ferent character, different disposition
and different tastes is one of his chief
advantages, breaking the monotony of
college life besides serving as one of
the best of educators. Learning Is not
valuable for its own sake, but Is to be
sought because It has real utility. It
Is valuable In bringing better life to
the learner and ulso to society, gen
erally. When the acquisition of knowl
edge is thus looked at In its proper
and highest sense, learning becomes a.
real pleasure and something for which
one maj well put forth one's strongest
"Dr. Andrews' lecture was much en
joyed. The audience would gladly
have listened two hours Instead of one.
Many thanks to President Andrews
and congratulations to our sister
state." The Volantl.
Echoes from the Nut Factory r
The U postal A station S makes mo
think of home. In the little towns
where Borne of us live when we Tire at
home the entire Interest of the comun
Ity centers about the arrival of the
mall nnd passenger trains. We think
we know the "Con" personally nnd
speak with great familiarity of the
trains. Telling how "39 wan a minute
and a half late yistldy, fur th" fust
time sense Lem Schoter fell oft" 11 the
el'vator and broke his leg."
As soon as she pulls out. we follow
the postmaster up the long plank walk
to his grocery store, wherein the post
ofllce is located, and talk politics while
he sorts the mall.
Much has been written concerning
the Influence which these post official
discussions have had upon the develop
ment of our Institutions, and much
more might be -written, bitt I nm not
going to help write it.
I was merely going to say that our
own little P. O. here reminds me of
home. And who shall say that it ex
ists entirely in vain If It makes the
University more home-like?
Come to think about It. can the Uni
versity be home-like? People say con
tinually that "there's no place like
home," hence no place can be home
like. 0.. E. D.
I am almost certain that postal sta
tion A is not a real postofllce. but just
a make-believe one. One duy I saw
17 people try without getting any mall
from the man. It may be argued that
people have been known to buy stamps
there, but that does not prove anything
- you can get stamps at a thug store.
Before I learned of this deception I
tented a box and paid 2f cents for a
key. Four times a day for ten weary
days I went to see If there was aught
for me, and forty times bitter disap
pointment was my sole reward.
On the lirst of the month I tried
again, only to stagger back against the
wall and fall Into a swoon. (There
was nothing else to fall Into")
There was something in my box.
When I came to, I examined the
something. It was a card bearing the
ledgend. "Box Rent Now Due."
That was several days ago. I have
not taken the card out yet. 1 am leav
ing it there for bait. It looks like a
good card to draw to.
1 won't pay that rent till I get soiue
mall. What's the use of a box If I
don't get any letters? .1. A. K.
I've just about decided
That I'm going up 'to Minn,
And carry all my ginger
And a load of "plunks" and
For there's go Ins to be "some doing.
And the gridiron will be warm,
Since the old Nebraska "leven"
Has settled into form.
And with Westover, and Koehler,
And Praln, and Shedd, and Brew,
And Ringer and old Stringer,
And "Stub," and Cortelyou,
And with Kingsbury, Plllsbury,
Johnson, Bell and Bender,
We'll win against the "Mlnneaps.r
Or "bust" our last suspender.
SKIM A ALPHS ENTERTAIN.
Slgmu Alpha Epsilon entertained
Friday at the home of Fred Funke. The
house was prettily decorated with gold
en rod tred with purple ribbon. Ices
were served. The guests were:
Misses Hargreaves, J. Outcalt. Jean
nette Post, C. Hammond, Manrld, N.
Cleaned or Dyed
At MANN'S, 1322 0 Street
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Rye. Hxamlncd Free. Price Reasonable.
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Phi Delta Theta held an Initiation
Saturday evening. The Initiates
dressed In fantastic garb were paraded
about the campus and made to perform
various pranks much to the amusement
of the onlookers. The Initiates were
Phillip McShane, Omaha; Cordon
Glanvllle, Grand Island; Victor Lan
gerln, Fremont; Will-Jenne, Falls
City; Daniel McCutcheon, Ashland.
After the Initiation a supper was
served at the chapter house.
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