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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBKASKAN
k nnrsptpor dsroted to the Interest! of ths
UnlTorslty of Nobra ilea.
Pnbllihed at 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crabtrot, President
J. I. Wjrer, T. J. Heirett, E. W. Wasubnrn.
A CONSOLIDATION ()!'
Tim HMorluii Vo1 XXX'
Tho Ni'hriiskim Vol XI
Tin Hriirh't mid ( 'rtMiiii Vol III
Sterling II. Mct'uw,
It W. Ihirlxir,
OluiH I. Taylor I
(ilius. K. Wells f
It T. II 111.
Kdltor ln-Clili f
V. C. Until1. It A. Mt-Nowu. II. O. NoImii.
11,111 (illt IttlXMI.
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Address all communications to the Dally No
kraskaa, IU N. 11th Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Kntori'd at the post ofllro at L'ncoln, Nob
as Hecond fliLss mall matter
The students of the Colorado State
School or mines are In a turmoil over
a recent ruling of tho trustees that
In a matter of discipline or stand
ing a ruling of the faculty shall be
linal. An appeal to tho courts Is
threatened. Rumor has it that sever
al othor Institutions havo offered to
matriculate the malcontents In a
According to the judges, tho deba
ters in tho two contests Just held,
showed better analytical ability than
bus been heretofore seen in theso
preliminary debates. The method or
handling argutneut also showed a
marked Improvement. Both of those
facts aro ample evidence or the rigid
training which the studonls have
been having in the work in argu
mentation. The attendance at the preliminary
debates while moderately fair, was
by no means what it ought to have
been. It should be borne in mind
by tho students that two of the In
terstate contests will be held in
Lincoln this year and to make them
a llnanciai success to the debating
association, it will bo necessary that
tho studonrs give every posilblo aid
to the association In tho matter of
securing a good attendance at the
The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
The praotico of bringing in non
unlverslty Doople from adjoining
towns to attend university social
events ought to be discouraged
by tho student body. Class
nances should bo nurcly university
affairs. Resides the inconvenience of
overcrowding the floor there is
danger that tho custom, if started,
will cause the moro Important affairs
to looso their university tone and
draw tliolr patronage too largely
from society peoplo who arc not In
terested In the university. The
student body should seo to it that
the custom docs not become an cs
In viow of tho fact that tho studontB
who woro given placos in tho prelimin
ary contests will bo oblidgod to spend
an iiiimcnso nmountof tinio in contest'ng
for placrs on tho interstate toiims, a
now eoureo bo known as English 14a,
will bo started. All these debaters will
rojjister tor this course and will bo per
mitted to npply work dono in the con
tests to required work in tho enures
Before the intorstato contests coir.o ofT,
a systematic record will be kept of
each individual momber'a work in', this
class, togethor with his grade in tho
preliminary contests. Those, then,
who aro found to hold tho highest I
grades will bo givon places on tho
The members of tho Colorado team
will hi all probability bo chosen first as
tho contest with that stato will take
placo earij in March. Tho other teams
will not be chosen until some time later
as tho dobatos tako placo later in tho
The story is told about the campus
of a clever schcrno adopted by a
constable to serve somo egal papers
on tho members of a certain fratern
ity. The ofllcer was desirous of ser
ving tho papers in porson and teared
that tho members of tho fraternity
might conspiro to provont It. On
being admitted to tho house wheie
tho young men were, he told those
present that ho was going to give a
little party and wanted U) deliver
the inMtations in person. IIo began
calllnir oil the names and each man,
as his name was called, stepped forth
and received his envelope with smiles
of joy. The feelings of the crowd can
well be Imagined when, on opening
tho documents, it was round that
they were summonses to appear be-)
rore a justice or tne peace.
KAlTA ALPHA Til ETA
The young ladies of Kappa Alpha
Theta hold initiation and banquot
at tho chapter house at Fourteenth
and Q streets, Saturday night. The
initiates woro: Misses Sara Hayden,
Ida Robins and Zella Cornell of Lin
coln; LuelK Brock of Hastings, and
Ada Wilsey of Blair. About forty
actlve and alumnao members were
present for thtfbanquet. Miss Ellen
Douglas mas (mistress introduced
Welcome, MIsb Jeanetto Post.
Response, Miss Ida Robblns.
Our Fledglings, Miss Laura Wood
ford. Our Newest Brido, Miss Li
(iooesls, Miss Barr.
Revelations, Miss Clara Valsb.
Aftor tho banquet a farce comedy
called "A Rank Doooptlon," waB
By wearing a pair of our latest style
Patent Kid Welt, Kid Top $ 3.50
Patent Kid Turn, Cloth Top, $3.50
A full line just in.
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1129 0 STREET.
Tenth and Pacific Streets, : : : : : Omaha, Neb.
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BOYD BUILDING, I7T1I AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Sectional view of actual Business
and Hanking- Department.
Indorsed by high school principals, leading business men and oflicial
curt reporters. Absolutely .borough. The .finest and most thoroughly
ITnZ! nStl,Ut7 !" U,e Wcht- 8,-,,0 boated in standard typewriters
3,,00 Banking and other fixtures placed in actualibnsiness department Ele
gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial -Department. Another floor has
ppw ,T I" may bU ,lul,om"lod'J- Sanations procured for over DO
I ER CEN1 of last yeaCs enrollment. Students mayenter any time. Address"
A. C. QNG, A.
Write for elegant
The College offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college aro
fully tip to the requirements
)f the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
(is-ociatioii of American Medi
cal Colleges, of which this
college is member. For in
Established Nino Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs tho Ablest Teachers.
Actual Ruf-inoas from tho Start.
As it is practiced.
Tho Touch Method.
(Jraham and (Jrogg Systems.
Practical and thorough.
M., LLB. Pres.
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