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THE DAILY HEBRA8KAN.
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TflE DAILY NEBRASKAN
4 arwspaper darotod to tue intercuts of the
Unlrerilty of Nebraska.
Published at 134 North'lltb St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtroo, Proliant.
Q. L.Towno,8ecretnry -Treasurer.
J. I. Wyor, T. J. Hewett, E. W. Washburn.
BTKBirtNO H .McCaw
- Athletie Editor
R. C. Pollard, Clifton Carter,
NorrU Huso. R- T. Hill,
J. R. Farnej, Cliff Crooks.
Jolin A. Wilson, Linn M. Huntlnton
' The subscription price of tha Dally Nobras
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llTery bafore chapal eaoh day. Notices, com
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Address all communications to the Dally Ne
braikan. Ml N. ink Bt., Lincoln. Nebraska.
Enteral nt the post office lit Lincoln. Neb.
us second clasn mull nuittor
A uood sign of the ldvance Nebras
ka has taken In athlotlcs during tho
last two yearn Is tho pormanancy of
tho lraprovflmi'nts put on tho Held.
A stable lenco, a urand stand that
will seat 1,500 people, and an im
pmved semaphorH to jndlcute scores,
to say nothing of the ticket olllco to
bo built soon, are only tho bcin
niutfs. Ana yet It was only two
years ago that a mass meeting was
held to determine whether or not a
coach should be hired for tho lollow
Kansas must not ne
Ho wed to
The orchestra mot for its Hr-t
praotico Wednesday evening. Mr.
Wilson and Professor Kimball are
much pleased ovor prospect. The
attendance bids fair to be a ood one
with many good musicians among
tno number. Tho orchestra is a
little lackanu on Htrlnged instru
ments, especilly 1st and 2nd violins
hut it is hoped this will be remedied
in a few days. Much interest is
displayed bv tho members and the
orchestra will bo a iricat liolp In tho
musical clroles of tho city.
Yale has recently reorganized a
camera club. It Is tor the pruposc of
increasing tho interest In tho photo
graphic art, to furnish moans for oc
casional entertainment by means or
social gatherings or tho members ana
to provido for photographic work to
be entered in competition with like
productions of Ilarvara and Pennsyl
vania. Joir tournaments are favorite past
times and sport3 in somo eastern col
leges. There will be a match game of
chess botween the New Haven and
Yale chess clubs.
The Yale Athletic Asscoiatlon will
publish a souvenir program of the
Yalo Princeton game this year. Tho
book lias some thirty out3, including
pictures of teams and. players from
1801 to the present year. Tho cover
will ba in color and the whole a very
complete souvenir of tho season.
A caso of smallpox lias been discov
ered at Bryn Mawr college. There
has boon quito a flurry of excitemont
among the young ladies and nil who
iavo not beon vaolnated within h
year liuvo been ordered to leave. '
Tho seating capacity of Regents
Field Michigan is being increased
ana will be about 5,000.
The Michiagn Daily News is cele
biatlim because of a victory ovor its
competitor tho weekly at that Insti
tuiton, In the shape of a ".coop" of
tho bulletins of tho Michigan-O. S.
Tho total enrollment of students
this year at Kansas is 1,0.'W ;:s
against MO last year at the same
time. Tho englneelng class enroll
ment is 80.
Andrew Carnegie has beon honored
y his election to tho lord rectorship
of a university In Scotland.
It is reported that tin Columbia
football squad is distinguished by
having a .ono armed memher who
puts up a very ereditnb'e showing.
At Harvard tho protessor' says:
"Proceed to tho rear ot the room and
assu mo a sitting posture." At Yale
the instructor savs: "Remove your
solf to tho back of the room." At
M. S. IT. tho "prof." hays:
way back ano sit down. Missouri
One sweetlv solemn thought
Co ros to the Suphomorc,
This year I'll be a bigger chump
Than ever I've been before.
A cjllcgo paper, as defined by an
exchange, is a Diibllcation to which
Oio per cent of the students sub
scribe, and which ninety-nine pt
Missouri University Is said to bo
looking around for a rapid calculator
to keop score for them.
Y. W. C. A. NOTE.
Y. V. C. A. meetings will bo hell
a 1:15 and also at 5: IK) on Wednes
days from hOW OIT.
A subscription list has been started
and active works will be done in
getting pledges for the Y. W. bud
get. A Cabinet and advisor board
meeting will be held Friday after
noon. Business of importance will
Another candy sale will bo held
soon. Students should bo suro to
make their purchases early as the
candy will nut last long.
Miss Mary Bailey has gone to her
home in Grand Island on account of
Illness. At last accounts she was bet
ter and expects to be in scuool again
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Come in. S
it Nebr. Pant and Suit Co.,
S 143 North Thirteenth. X
A socrotary is confidently expected
at Clvrlstmas time
The calondar mentioned soveral
weeks ago is now in tho hands of tho
printer and will be out soon. It will
consist of four sheets on which will
bo the pictures of tho Chancellor and
several of the University buildings.
The dcslgnes arc by two of the Y.
W. C. A. girls, Miss Helen Fields
ana Miss Elsie Mao Blandln. The
half tones or the bullaings are to bo
mounton on gray art paper. Eight
by twelve inches is the slzo and tho
prico forty cents. Only a limited
number has boon ordered so those
who wish thorn should leave their
names at tho Y. W. room at onco.
Football Goods of All Kinds
Wilson & Hall,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
113 3 O STREET.
we are now
a thorough test last season
by a few of the leading play
ers, they unanimously declare
them the best cleats ever put
on a shoe. Tnsist upon hav
ing them for your shoes.
Everything for football
Head harness, ankle brace,
shin guards. Handsome il
lustrated Catalogae free.
A Q. Spalding & Bros. Incorporated
New York Chicago Denver
Spalding's Olllciul Football Ouide for
1U01, edited by Walter Ctimp, price lf'c
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