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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1901)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k newspaper detoted to tho Interest! of the
Unlvnrally nf Nobra ska.
Published nt 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
(, W. Crabtree, President.
. Towne, Heorotarr-TreasnrjT.
1. L Vffat, T. J. Hewett, E. W. Washburn.
Htorllng II. McOaw,
Ohm-lot I. Taylor,
Oeorgo I'. Bhfdior,
BOARD OF EDITOU8.
V O Ratio, Clara Olovor, R T Ulll, R A Mc
Nown, Hun Gutiobon.
R O Pollard, E I) II anion. Ollfton Carter,
NorrlH 1IUHC. J R Kurnoy, Oil ft drool,
Kurnoy, OUlT Oroo
Linn M llui 1 1 lit? ton.
' The sabscrlptlon price of the Dally Nebraa
kan la $2 for the college year with a reirnlar de
Urery before chapel each day. Notices, com-
RnnfcatioQi, and other matter Intended for pub
cation, must be handed In at the Nebraskan
office before 7 p. m.. or mailed to the editor be
fore S p. m., of the day nreTlous to that day on
fehlob they are expected to appear.
Bubtortptlons may be left at the Nebraskan
offlce. at the Co.Op., or with Business Manager.
Bubsorlbers will confer a faTor by reporting
promptly at this offlce any failure to receive the
MAllrchan)re8lnadTertl8ln matter must bo In
offlce by 8 p. m. on the day prerlons to that
whlob they are to appear.
Address all communications to the Dally Ne
braakan, 184 N. 11th Bt,, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Eatof crt ut ino pun ntltco m 1, notn, Nob.
as socond cliiss mull muttor.
Tlio announcement that Coach
Booth will remain at tho head of
Nobraska f'lotball next season will
bring Joy to tho hea-t of every lover
of tho uamo in tho state or am ins
tho alumni. During tho Dast season
ho has shown himself to bo the peer
of any football coach In tho west.
ThPro is no nood In this connection
of eulogizing tho work of Coach
Booth. Evory ono who knows anything
about football In tho University of
"Nebraska, knows what ho has none.
Suffice It to say that his retention at
the head of affairs insurer another
season of success.
Undor tho head of "A Suggestion"
tho Minnesota Pally oalls attention
to an evil which for a long time has
been the Bubjeot of numerous editor
ials in Unlvorslty of Nebraska pub
lications. Tho ovll referred to Is tho
habit the young ladies havo of sitting
on tho sta Irs, tnercby causing much
inconvcnlonco and discomfort to
those who are wont to uso tho samo
for thoir original purpose.
Tho Minnesota Dally offers tho fol
lowing: "The Dally wishes to call atten
tion to tho habit somo of the young
ladles havo acquired of sitting on
tho stairs in tho Main Building just
ut tho timo when every ono Is going
to class. It would not bo so bad if
tho ladies in question did not persist
in draping their skirts In such a
polstlon that it is cither necessary to
Btep all ovor thm or risk breaking
youi neck by Jumping.
Of course this matter is not serious
enough to come beforo tho Board of
Regonts. and wo merely suggest that
tho stairs bo kept comparatively
clean during tho ten minutes inter
vening between the different elasse.
Do not fall to hand In personal
SKCtcheu and havo pictures taken this
week as this work must bo arranged
during tho holidavB. Knitr senior
The euloaloB will not be due until
aftor tho Christmas recess.
To the meeting of the class today
tho students will brltin the corrected
deliberative orations. Theso orations
aro to be rovised or rewrltton. accord
ing as tho instructor directs today,
and returned to him not later than
.r)::iO o'clock Friday, Dec. 20.
M. A!.: Fogg.
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Sweaters, Night Gowns, Pajamas, Shirts.
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The lines we show are low
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Call at the Co-Op. for
December Magazines with
prints of famous paintings,
Gentlewoman (one supple
ment), The Graphic (one supple
ment), Pear's Annual (three sup
plement), London Illustrated News
Tho socond mooting of tho Univer
sity Pedagogical club will be held In
room 210 University hall, Thursday
ovenlnn December 11) at 7 o'clock.
Tho tlrst part of tho hour will bo
taken up by election f olllcers and
social conversation. Later in tho
evening State Superintendent W.K.
Fowlor will lecturo to tho club on
Personal Characteristics that Influ
ence the Employment and Success of
A Unique Christmas Gift
Poems of Nebraska
B Will Reed Dunroy
Author of 'Corn Tassels"
'" Other Xmas and January
All the popular magazines
Pennants and Badges.
University pennants in various styles.
Fraternity pe nants.
Univer-ti'y pins in many styles,
Scarlet and ream hat p n.
Scarlet anl Cream cuff buttons.
Rinehurt's Indian Calendars for 11)02,
Candies, "b n bona, etc.
Cel uloid box novelties, etc.
Late Books foh 81 20,
Stop and examine at the
318 North Eleventh Street.
"He has the Genius chat makes great poets, "y.
Dean Winans, Princeton Universit
"Surely Dunroy is a success." Ex-Uov. llobt. W. Furnas.
"The very outdoor atmosphere ih in his verse." Prof. Oscar L.
Trigfr, Chicago l' Diversity.
"No lover of tho Prniri" Lnnd can fail to find sincere pleasure in
Dunroy 's verso." J. Sterling Morton.
A UNIQUE WINDMILL.
Aoout a year ajjo tho agriculture
experiment station published a bul
letin on home-made windmills of Ne
braska, about 10.0(H) 3oples Doing dis
tributed. Tho iaea seems to bo
rather a now ono and letters have
come from evory state saving that
they wero buyinc Nebraska wind
mills. One of tho most interesting
letters comes from an- island in tho
ho has -beaten the Nebrakbans at
their own immo of windmill build
ing, for ho avoided tho expense and
bother of building a tower by sawing
off the top of a troo to tho stump
of which ho attached tho homo-mado
fans which had cost nothing and
does the pumping.
$1.00. All Good Book Stores.
The University Publishing Co.,
Gold ana silver headed canes and
umbrellas. Tho latest stylo of horn
novelties. Clooks that need to bo
wound out once In two years. Lots
of other noveltes and standard goods
in tho jewelry lino can bo found at
E. Flemings, 1211 O street.
Go to the Matthews Piano Co., for
sheet music and supplies 1120 O
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i Get your new suits m
; fdi? and pants now.
We have a full line of first class $
it goods reudy to raane up. m
ft Cull and look it over. $
St Nebr. Pant and Suit Co., I
S 143 North Thirteenth. 5
clean your suits with JftSjbTioS
4 1222 0 Street. Phone AB72
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
Speaial attention siren to disease of womfm
and all surgical diseases. X-ray eiamlnalle
will, nn iUBnhmfnrf np Inilirv in natlnnft- ST
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F. O. Box 051. Telephone
I wish to know you.
1 winh you to know my work.
For this reason I will give your
dental work at ubout half tho usual
rates for sixty days.
DR. A. B. AYJLRS, 127 8. Twelfth.
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Eyes Examined prce. Prices Reasonable.
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