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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1901)
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THE DAILY SEBIIASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKA
A new pn per dovoted to the intareHt of the
Unirornlly of Noltrn hUii.
Published at 134 North 11th At., by
TIIK HKHPEKIAN 1'UB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtroo, Presidont.
fl. L.Towno, Soerotnry-Tronsuror.
.1. I. Wyor, T. J. Howott, K. W. Wnshburn.
Sterlino fl .McCaw
J. A. Masnino
OlSOROK I'. HllIDIiRR
- Athletic Edito
II. ('. rullnrd, Clifton Tarter,
Norrin Humo, H. T Hill,
J. R. Knrnoy, Cliff Crook.
John A. WIIhoh. Linn M. Huntington
liTho subscription price of tlm Daily Nobrax
knn in K! for the collojfo yenr with n regular do
llyerv boforo chrtpol ouch day. Notices, com
munications, andothor matter Intonled for pub
lication, mvnt bo handnd In ut the Nohrnskan
olllco boforo 7 p. m..or mailed to the editor bo
foro .1 p. m., of the day previous to that day on
x lifcti they uro cxpoctodto npiioar.
BtibicrlptioiiH mny bo loft at tho Nobrnsknn
olllco, at tho Co.Op., or with Business Manager.
8nbcrlbors will confer n favor by roportlng
promptly at this olllco any failuro to receive the
All changes in advertising matter rauat be in
the olllco by :i p. m. on tho day previous to that
on which thoy uro to appear.
AddrosN all communications to the Daily No
brnnkan, 1:14 N 11th St., Lincoln, Nnhraxku.
1 lie Dally jMeiirmkan It being: aent
to all ftiihncrlbora on tho old Nebras-kmi-IIuftperlan
(in to the NeUroskaa-IIeaperlaut
who do not ileal re tlie Ually trill
e please notify the umnairor by card
as noon na poaalble. Where no notl-
S5 flcatlon la received It la uitflcrntoqd 5;
;C that the aubaerlber wishes the pa- 3;
; per to continue. 3;
Members of tho Dally Nebrasknn
staff nre requested to call at the office
134 No. 11th Bt., between 1 and 2
o'clock each day for assignments.
Yesterday's mass meeting shows
wht Nebrask". can do wh n she trl -:.
The only objection that can bo raiscJ
to It Is that it oume too late to be of
the giontest value.
Students who remain In Lincoln can
keep track of the progress of the game
by watching tho Daily Nobraskan bul
letins. If tho weather is fair they
will be posted on a bulletin board
outside the main entrance to Univer
The Daily Iouun says that Nebraska
. hasn't a ghost of a show next Satur
day and that no one east of the Ma
smiii river thlus that sho has. At
tho i smc time the article says the Ne
iiniHkans have the Gophers scared. If
no one cast of the Missouri thinks that
Ntlraska has a chance of winning
what jut the Gophers afraid of any
way? The admonition of the Chancellor
yesterday morning that students re
frain, from doing anything that would
bring dishonor on the name of the Uni
versity, ought to be rigidly honored.
In the excltemont following a big
game students are liable to forget
proprieties and rules of conduct. They
are apt to do things that they would
not do under normal conditions.
The student body should remember
thnt they are under the surveillance of
huudrds of persons, many of whom are
hostile to the University and ready on
the slightest provocation to pick
Haws In anything and everything con
nected with the institution. Any small
break of law and order which can be
.traced to the Btudents will be magni
fied and distorted by them into malic
Not only should actual wrong-doing
be carefully avoided, but anything that
would tend to, lower tho University In
the eyes of the people of the state and
cduntry Bhould be refr&'ned from.
Tho following explanation of the
system of rules for the freBhman class
recently inaugurated at Yale la taken
from the Yale Dally News:
A revised system of rules for tho
academic freshman class was pub
lished yesterday, differing in many re
spects from the one now In use. The
following explanation of Its most im
portant features Is authorized by a
member of the faculty:
Instead of "making up" omitted ex
nnises. absence beyond a fixed limit
("over cuts") for any case except ser
ious Illness Increases the number of
hours required for obtaining a de
gree by more than 60, and no marks
arc given for absence from the class
room. The student Is left free to use
his own discretion about attending
recitations except that he Is required
to report "eveiy absence of a day or
more on an official form; and It is
also stated that "Irregularity of atten
dance will be considered a cause for
removal from college equally with
Beyond his official report of absence
no 'tppllcatlon foi excuse is called for
or accepted from any student in
deed, since no marks are given for ab
sence from class and omitted work is
not made up, there is nothing left to
excuse except marks for absence from
Battell chapel, which are cancelled if
the official form f,or report of absence
Is promptly presented and the rea
sons stated are sufficient.
To eiicourage regularity, the faculty
offers to open a credit as well as a
debit account of attendance, to run
from year to year, so that exceptional
regularity ornttendance may diminish
the number of hours for a degree from
60 to G7 or 58. This might provo a
valuable help to students Intending to
take the course In three years.
For scholarship above 2.50, ten ex
tra ruts per year are allowed. Two
reasons are given for the revision
first, to make tho rules for attendance
harmonize with tho scholarship re
quirements adopted Inst winter; sec
ond, to cure the excuse habit.
(Successor to H. O. Hannu.)
Drugs, Druggist's Sundries and
1400 O Street. LINCOLN, NEB
Every new Student
237 So. nth street
And has his measure taken for the
Zh fyendersonJinics Co.
Cleaned or Dyed
A! MANN'S, 1322 0 Street
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eye Examined Free. Prlcca Reasonable.
1338 O Street, "Je
If you want the
Best, place your
Orders for Dance
and Society Pro
The New Century
PHONE 365 1123 N Street
BEST OF RATES TO STUDENTS.
Portrait aid Laisdcape Pkotograpker
139 South nth Street,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
QALLERY ESTABLISHED 1871.
Pure Wool Pants.
(Medium or Heavy Weight.)
Made to Your
ELI AS BAKER PANTS CO.,
118 5. 10th Street.
DR. T. O 'CONNOR cures CANCER8.SS:
ES TUMORS, WENS and FISTULAaEE
p withou t tho ute of knife, chloroform SZ
or Ether. ST
SS FFIGEUJSOSt., LINCOLN. NEB
U of N Pennants
For Minnesota Game at
WILSON & HALL'S
HookHi'llcrtj iiiwl tftjitioiu'i's
1123 o Street. .
II PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY i
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. Ofllco 1100
O Street, Rooru-J 212 213-214 Rich
ards Block, Tolophono 535. Rosidonce,
l.'JIO U Street, Telephone L084.
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OLIVER JOHNSON, D. D. S. Don
tal Office, Cor. 11th and O Strootfl,
Over Hnrloy's Drug Store, Telephone
R. BEN.I. F. BAILEY; Dr. May
J Louise Flanagan; Ofllco, 141 South
12th Street. Tolophono G18.
PROF. HOLMES, of Chicago
School for Dancing and Deportment
Beginners' Class. Tuosdny Evenings.
Advanced Class, Friday Evenings.
Children' Class, Saturday 2:30 p. m.
Saturday Night is Club Night.
Oflicos and Studio
325 SOUTH 12th.
Dancing Academy WaUh Hall over Rock
Island Ticket Oflice, 11th and O Sta.
Capital Novelty Works
BICYCLE SUNDRIES, REPAIRING
OF ALL KINDS.
317 South 11th St.
J. S. DeVore,
317 S. nth St.
"The Overland Limited"
Vp5v VIA THE
The Established Route Across the
This celebrated train has perhaps tho
Hnest equipped cars in tho world. There
are double drawing-room Paluce Sloep'rs
wide Vorttibuleu Can?, Buffet Smokinir
and Library Cars, Dining Cars, Pintsch
Gas und Steam Heat,-&u.
None Better in the World-Few as Good
For full information call on or address
K. 15. SLOSSON, Agent.
To Make His Hark
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or 4
L. K. WATERMAN CO.,
ioa 157 Broadway, NEW YORK. Largest Fountain Pen Manufacturers
In the World
PHOTO BUHONSfr O
1 2 Photos and a Button 25c.
Gray Bros. '2' 0 St.
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