The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 22, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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TflE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k mvimmt d?oUa to tba Inttresti of tfaa
Jnlfflty of Nebraaka.
rteUs1)f d ! North 11th St., bj
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
(Iacexporatad.)
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I. W. Crabltat, Praaldaai.
(watt, B. W. Waahburm.
J. W. Crabtta
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A OONBOLIDATIvjN OK
Tho Uosporliin Vol. XXXI
'I ho Nobnutkiin Vol XL
ThoHcarlot und CrennvVol III
Fieri lni II. MoCuw,
I arbor,
K. Viollaf
H. W. Harbor.
Ohiut. I. Taylor I
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MatuiKlnK Ed I to
KdltorTn-Chl
lluslness Muiii.KJ
' Tba rabserlption prtca of tho Dally Nebraa
&an la KZ for tba oolleca yaar with n rnUr do
?arr bo for a ohapel aach day. Notlcaa, com-
BanlcaUom, anaoinar manor miouaeu ior puu
oatlon, muil bo handed In at tho Nobraakan
offlot boforo 7 p. m., or mallod to tho editor be
fpTa 8 p. in. i of tba day prorlous to that day on
thick thoyaroexpoefod to appoar.
Subscription! may bo left at tho Nobraakan
office, at tho Co. Op., or with Bnslneaa Manager.
Bnbocrlbora will confer a faror by reporting
promptly at thla office any failure to raceWa the
matter mnae bo la
prorlooa to that
All cbanjrei In adTertlslna; n
to office by 3 p. m. on the day
Ike
m which
they ara to appear
i all nomrannlcatioi
fcraakas, IU N. lllk St., Lincoln, Nobraa
Addraea all communication! to tho Daily Na
aica.
Telephone 479.
Entorod ut thn pos offlro at Lincoln, Nob.
an boconil clnsn mull muttor.
Many students who aro absent
from chapel exercises, do not roaliic
tho bonollts they might obtain frnm
tho roviovv of Important problems
and historic events as presented by
University instructor.1', and otlicrs.
Chancellor Andrews Is taking par
ticular pains In offering this oppor
tunity and every student should re
ward him with his presence
ball cannot tnko the place of the
heavier outdoor sport, yet it ib
worthy of nil elTort that may be put
Into it.
As to having tho class uames in
tho evening, wo heartily ondorso such
a movement. It would give an op
portunity for tho classes to make
themselves and their members Indi
vidually known.
Tho armory would boa fitting place
for tho showing forth of class on
thusaasm and spirit. The building
could bo converted Into a bower
of collego and class colors and Its
wiillo could ocho with tho encoring
houts or tbo competing classes urging
thoir team representatives on to vie
tory. It ie sinceroly to bo hoped that
the different claseos may make noto of
those meagre sugge-Btiona.
can wear our Shoes until the cobbler is unable
to find places to tack new soles on, and the
uppers will still be in good shape. We arc
having a special sale now. It will pay you to
come in.
PERKINS & SHELDON,
1 1 29 0 STREET.
It Is announced by tho Senior bas
ketball team that they arc rcudv for
challenges from anv other class.
Furthermore they sugirest that the
class games should bo played in tho
armory at night Instead of during
tho daytime, in order that moro Glass
spirit rnuv lie shown in tho contests.
At this time tho "Daily" would
like to strongly second the ideas of the
sonlors, and It urges upon tho other
classes that, thev Immediately placo
their challenges in the hands of the
waiting team. Class spii it cannot be
kept up any more than general col
lege spirit If moro enthusiasm is not
shown than was evinced by the junior
class this last fall In falling to not
a football team on tho gridiron.
Now is the chance given to tho
juniors to retrieve tlie class standing
they lost last tall. Although basket
AS TO NOISY GIRLS.
The following contribution was
written by a student In tho Tnlver-'
slty. If t hero Is a Btrongly maikcdi
vein of cynhlsm running through It, I
It Is becauso It was produced im
mediately aftor tne writer had been
vainly trving for an hour to study In (
the Library. How just its arrange-1
ment of the class or girls It derirlos'
is. tho Daily will leavo to its readers
without comment. '
''There aro girls and girls, some
short, some tall; thick, slender; awk
ward, graceful; pretty, ugly cul
tured or coarse, out lust now an
emphatic protest Is to "bo made against
noisv girls. They come under the
last category mentioned above and
are an abomination not to the Lord
alone but to anyone else within range.
In some particular cases lauizhler can
surely be explained bv Spencer's
theory based on evolution, to the
effect that laughter is an instinct
inherited from a previous condition
and Is a'romnnnt of"thc snarling and
"Tho Omaha
MEDICAL COLLEGE.
Tenth and Tarifi; Streets,
Cmnlin, Neb.
dog-teetn showing otwild animals."
"A man isTsafo in pick I rig Ills
lrleudH by ttie quality and quantity
or their laughter, and the one who
makes the mistake of uniting him
self to "one oT tho least of these"
will find that he has not only heaped
"coals of fire" upon his own head
but that there is apt t" be an occa
sional bucket of hot-water: and in
stead of being pitied for his condi
tion, he ought to be tarred-and-feathered
Tor encouraging a puhlir
nuisance."
This College offers a graded
course extending over four
annual sessions.
The advantages and re
quirements of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Medi
cal Colleges, of whlc'i this
college is a member Ft r in
formation address,
EWING BROWN,
Secretary
NEBKASKA BUSINESS
AND SHORTHAND
COLLEGE
f SECOND HAND UNI. TEXTS
nf All KInric WANTFFl
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at THE CO-OP.
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CONE,
The Installment Tailor
115 North lltb.
The boy's gymnasium classes have
been discontinued until after exam
rhatlon week The", armory will be
used this week for tho dairy exhibits
of butner and cheese.
3fcS3
MissIElsioIHlannMn." '02. has left
school to take chargo of ft tho" depart
ment In tho Pawnoo liigh'shcool.
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BOYD BUILDING, 177 II
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BHaWaal W WyJW p awaaayj 1 1 tjgJPg jL.-h. t3fcJI
Tho English Club met with Miss
Jcnnio Fox Saturday evening. Miss
Abba fiowen, and Nelllo Dean and
Emery R. Bucknorjcontrlbuted to
the ovonlng'B program. f, 77-," "
Sectional view of actual Husiness
and banking- Department.
AND HARNEY STREETS, OMUIA, NEBRASKA
Established Nino Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs tho Ablest Teachers.
BOOK-KEEPING,
Actual Business from tho Star'.
BANKING,
As it ia practiced.
TYPEWRITING,
The Touch Method.
SHORTHAND,
Uraham and Uregg Systems.
ENGLISH,
Practical and thorough.
J. C. Lawler, '02, gave a talk yes
terdaymornlng to tho students In
electrical engineering, on 'a unique
telephone company atTrlnadad Colo
rado, for Bovoral vacations past
Mr. Lawler has been In the employ
of tho proprietors of this system,
nd2v?as therefore able to illustrate
his description . by means of blue
Kudorhcd by high school pr ncipals, leading business men and official
court roportern Absjlutely ihoroigh. The finest and most thoroughly
equipped institution in the West, H,O0O invested Jin standard typewriters.
$3,.00 Hanking and other fixtures placed in actualgbnniuess department. Ele-'
gan troll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has
been leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 90
PER CENT of lastyeai ' enrollment. Students may Tenter auy time. Address
A. C. ONG, A. M., LLB. Pres.
Omaha, Neb.
V rite for elegant
Catalogue free.
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