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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1901)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1 nwipapr deroted to the (nteroits of the
Unlvnrilly of Nnbnmkn.
Publldliod nt 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtroo, President.
0. L.Towno, Hecretary-Treawarer.
J. I. Wyor, T. J. Hovrott, K. W. Washburn.
8thbi,ino II .McCaw
Qeoiok P. Hhidlrr
- Athlotlo Editor
R. C. Pollnrd. Clifton Carter,
Norrti Hn-w. K. T Hill,
J. II. Knrnoj, Cliff Crooks
John A. Wilson, Linn M. Huntington
' The subscription price of the Dnlly Nebrm
kaii i,$2 for tho college year with n roRiilnr ln
llyorr'bBforo clinprl each day. Notices, com
munications, andnlhor mutter Intended for pub
lirntion, must bo hnndnd In lit tlio Nnbrnsknn
oillco before 7 p. m . or mailed to the oditor be
fore .1 p. m., of the day previous to that dny on
hirli they are expected to uppenr
Hubicrtptions may bo left at the Nebrtskan
oflice, nt tho Co. Op., or with Huslneas Milliliter
Kiibscribors will confer n favor by rc-porting
promptly at this oillco any failuie to receivo tho
All chanros in advertising matter mint Iw in
the oillco bv . in. on tlio day prowous to that
on which they tiro to appear.
AddreBM all communications to tho Daily No
braskan, l.U N. lllfa Bt., Lincoln. Nobranka.
K-itort'd nt tho post illlri at L n. uln. Nob.
is stvond class mull iimltcr
Miehiunn has a University
bitlon club !
Leland Stanfi.rd Is coiiLomplating
having a wrestling contcsl.
During tho tnntnalr season Minne
sota has been receiving the reports of
lootlnll games playid away from the
1'niversity. in the chapel. An im
mense canvass was used and as direct
and cont inual r 'ports came In the
game was 1 raced on tne charted Meld.
Music and other attractions filled
in tlio waits.
It is said that Minnesota lias
best college band n the country.
Minnesota is bewailing the
that, she, h.is no college songs.
Tho University (-if California is at
present interested in its annual re
California lias a nourishing archery
Virginia, claims tho southern foot
A dictionary of college slung is in
process of compilation and construc
tion by two custom proiessois.
Iceland Stanford is now beginning
Harvard, Yalo and Columbia will
hold intercollegiato gymnasium ex
hibits. The University or California, Jun
iors give a class furee and Prom on the
Vale lias held the basket ball
championship ever since the forma
tion of tho Intercollegiate- basket
Michigan lias completed her foot
ball season without being scored on.
She robca up f01 points airalnst op
The net prollt of tho college dally
ormostr or tlio lar.5 northern Uni
versities h: about $1,000 a year- as
tlio Yalo News, The Dally Princeton-
i.'in, Tho Harvard Crimson, 'and Mio
Pennsylvania. Tho editor-in-chief
and his associates usually divide one
half, tho otnor half golriK fo the bus
iness rranaRcrs. The reportrcs must
be content with what glory there Is
In It, and a chanco for promotion on
the next hoard.- Ex.
There arc 250 Rtudonts'at' Michigan
who make their way7thrnugh"school.
Cornell Is endeavoring to regulate,
or abolish tlio evil of l"crlbbirm" in
examination, andto place tho stu
dents on their honor.
The freshmen .if Cornell recently
won a donate from tho sophomores.
.Strange things often happen.
The Daily Cardinal of Wisconsin or.
tho nay of tlio nm Wisconsin-Minnesota
game came, out in bright colors
as a special number.
Uiidviird Kipling recently itcehed
a two-dollar bill and a rnnrcst for
"a scrtimont" from a California
glil. He sent a card on
had written the words:
for California'" Ex.
In tho University Pennsylvania
there are fifty three active students'
clubs, thirty-threo fraternities, and
numerous-general university athletic
and sporting associations. -Kx.
Michigan lias held a barbecue at
which college spirit was allowed full
nlav and the. midimn heroes had
their full share of praise.
To the Kditor oTthe Daily cbras
kan: Please allow me to correct a
statement wiilcb occuneil in vesler
pay's "Nenr.iskan" to the elleot that
Mr. Alfred K. Carter was st ill 'serv
ing with Ills regimont" In Havana,
Cuba. Mr. Carter's term of military
service ended with the fulfillment or
the reqiiirincnts of the military tie
partmeiit or the University. He now
holds a responsible position as a
civilian assist ant engineer in the de
partment of sewers of Havana, and
Is connected with the war depart
ment in so far as ho reports to the
army engineer placed in charge of
the work in Cuba by the Secretary of
The llev. Francis W. Kason, Hect
or or the Holy Trinity ICpiscnpal
church has therelore been invited to
sneak tomorrow morninirat 10 o'clock
at the Lincoln Academy uon "Foot
ball its place and its value." Mr.
Eason is an old lootba'.l player and an
enthusiastic lover of the game. All
L. DStillson or York, visited the
University this ivcek. He is an in
stitute lecturer and was looking up
subjects for his lectures.
THE WE ATI! EH.
Forecast tor Lincoln and vicinity:
Wednesday fair: warnr v in after
noon. Weather report for 24 hours ending
7 pm Tuesday.
Highest temperature .'13 degrees,
occurring at'l pm
Lowest temperature, 22 degrees,
occuring at 7:00 am.
Mean temperature, 2H degrees,
which is 7 decrees below the normal.
(JEO. A LOVELANI),
Sect kin Director.
Will be found in the following lists
of priietienl tfift suggestion.
FANCY SIIIRTB in nti iking coloi.s
from rOc to $12 125.
NKCKWPAK-u fine line of Imperials,
T cks. Four in hands. String Ties,
Hat Ends. PufTs, Windsors. Narrow
l-in-liiinds. Slate Mreets.' 111
swell patterns "()( to 1 .oO.
UMBRELLAS u'.th fnney handles. $1
(ilOVKS we have a big display of fire
dress gloves in Kids, Moch:ij, Coif
12rc to $12 OO.
MPEELERS the s idlest in I ho land,
the Heaumont, the Sash Mulller,
the Oxford, the .'(iii.ire, the a s
Suriter Pand Mulller, ."() to
VPS'l'V the new collar protectoi . iist
EST KDChS in fancy P K.s. ."
New anivals of Neckwear weckh
E wing Clothing
Fashionable Furnishers and Clothiers.
111517 0 St., Lincoln, Neb.
Your Money and Important
Mum (I he kept in a s:i 'e place SI '
p.iy s for a Safe Deposit I!o for three
mouths, abscdutely s i f e fro'ii lire and
burglai s Si 1 vim-ware and ti in, Ks stored
in our Storage Vault
LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT
and TRUST COMPANY,
126 Norlh Eleventh Slreet.
fr0WM HX 0H00040
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Are you Going to
Call and gel Printed Matter that will give you
mil lDiorinaiion as to
the best -way to get there.
City Ticket Office,
Corner ioth and O Streets.
Be Ready For
$ l-?' (joI your new suits
S ' and pants now.
Wo have a full line of first clnss
goods ready to ma He up.
Call and look iL ovi-r.
Nebr. Pant and Suit Co., I
143 North Thirteenth. $
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Made famous by the early Trad
ers. Fp!orers, Pioneers. Moi
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Kiili'is. Overland Staee Poaeli's.
Indian Kr.eonn'eru, etc , are seen
from car w in lows of the I nion
Pacific tiains He sure our
ticket reads i i this route
1 tr Tull infoi m lime call on or a'ldn -
I B. M.OSSON, Agent.
EXPERIENCE Trade Marks
Aiitoiio nondliifj n nkctrh nnd rtcscrlptlon mny
nulrlcly iiirertiiln our opinion froo wliMlipr i.n
invonllon In pmbitbly luitputaliic. Coinintliilrn
tlotm strictly contliloutliil. Iliindbookon l'ntuiils
sent froo. Ohlost nuoncy for BOCiirliiK putontH.
lntnt takon throuuh Munn & Co. recotyr
tixelul notice, without chiirRO, In tho
A linndsonioly IIHntrntod nockly. J.nnrcst clr
I'lilation of nny sclcntlllc journal. Tornm, (3 n
your: four months, f 1. 8old by all nowBdonlom.
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Ilranch Ofllco. 025 V Ht., WaihlDKlon. I). C.
Yes, and All
Kinds of Material, too.
Our Slipper line is complete
to the List, detail. Slippers make
nice presents, eyen to one's sell.
1129 0 STREET.
us Uliip-Xe, Kesources and J
7th Street, Bet P and Q.
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