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THE DAILY JTEBRASKAU.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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UTraUy of Nabfa tka.
A CONHOLIDATION OF
Tho nodporlun Vol. XXXI
Tlio NobrnHknn Vol X I
Tim Hoirlot mid ( 'rouni Vol 1 1 1
Htorllng II. Mit'uw.
H W. Harbor,
Uhiw I. Tuylor I
(JhiiH K. WullNf
K T. Hill,
V. ('. liiitlc, H. A. McNowii, II O. Nelson.
Win. (June. Dan (lutlchun.
' Tba mbtorlptloB prlc of itaa Daily Nebrai
kan W a for the oollega year with a rarnlar de
Urarr bffore ohapel eaok day. Notlcot, oom-
ffunfcailOni, and other mattar Intended for pub
oatlon, mul m banded In at the Nabratkau
office Deror 7 p. m., or mailed to the editor be
fore 8 p. m., of the day pretloui to that day on
fehiqh tbey are expected to appear.
Hnbioilptloni may be left at the Nebrtkan
offloe, at the Co. Op., or with Buiinett Manager.
Bnbeoribere will confer a faror by reporting
promptly at tbla oflice any failure to recelre the
AH ohanrea in adyertlnin matter nail be in
the office by 8 p. m. on the day prerlona to that
m whloh they are to appear.
Addreee all communication! to the Daily Ne
hraakaa, 134 N. lltk Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
KnLcrcd ut tho post office lit Lincoln, Nek
as second class mull mutter
Tho Junior party Saturday night
will nITora tho members of that
class an opportunity to show that
they aro all alive and can turn out
as largo a body as any other class,
in the university.
Tho futuro courso of the class
depends very much on the success
of this party. It will, very likoly
settlo the question of soninr re
coptlon. For these reasons It Is
important tliat overy member or tho
class should be present.
HASKKT BALL TEAM TO OO TO
Manager Morroll of tho basket ball
team has made arrangements to talto
the team to Kansas this week whoro it
will play the university, tho Haskell In
diana and tho Topeka V. M.C.A. tcuma.
As was announcod a short time ago, it
was oxpectod that no pamo would bo
ployed with Kansas this yoar on ac
count of tho fact that thut institution
bud no Buituble lloor on which to play.
Recently they wore given permission
to uao the iloor belonging to tho Has
kell Indians which iB about two miles
from tho utato university. Manager
Morroll was therefore notified tho other
day that Kansas would be ablo to pluy
tho ganio which had boon declared oh".
Binco thon uegotiations havo beon go
ing on between tho two institutions but
all along it wemod that no satisfactory
inducotnontB would bo given our team
to inako tho trip.
Iho spirit of tho Kansas athletic
board was in the proper place, never
theless, und iho moil) here rosolved to
havo tho team come down ovon if a
part of the oxponeeB hud to bo borne by
themselves personally Manager Mor-
i Tho .Installment Tailor
115 North Jlth.
roll was tboroforc Informed that tho ox-
ponBoa of tho team would bo paid if it
would como. Bo tho team will lenro
horo next Friday morning arriving in
Lawronce tho samo day. A game will
bo played the samo evening but as yet
it is not known whether it will bo with
tho Haskoll Indians or tho Kansas Uni-
vorsity. Another will bo played on
Saturday with ono of thoso teams and
the last game with Topoka on Monaay
evening. Return will bo mado next
Captain Koohlor is confident of vic
tory though ho oxpocts to meet with
formidable opposition in tho Haskoll
game. This team is reputod to bo very
A Kronen Draft.
An anecdote comes from Brussels Il
lustrating tho generous spirit of a
banker or that city. Tho banker li
fond of outdoor exercise. As an ex
hibition of his skill In Bkating he made
his autograph on tho Ice In a vory
Some gentlemen, having admlrod hla
Bignatuie, proceeded to write abovo it
as follows: "On demand I promise to
pay for the benefit of tho poor tho sum
of 5,000 marks."
Thoy sawed out tbo block of ice,
and, having called a cab, proceeded to
tho bank and carried the frozen note
to tho cashier's counter.
Worthy of n Ilostoneia.
A young parson whllo dining at tho
hoiiBo of a family of his congregation
presumed to entertain tho table with
a disseiation upon life. "And, after
all, what Is life?" he asked, and
paused for oratorical effect. "I know,"
a small voice exclaimed and all eyes
wro turned to the end of tho tablo
whero the youngest son of tho family
sat in a high chair. "I know," ho
piped. "Herbert Spencer says lifo Is
tho definite combination of hetorogo
ncous changes, both simultaneous and
successive, In correspondence with ex
ternal coexistences and sequences."
Varied in IIli Tnstea.
Henry Laimley, tho well-known Lon
don auctioneer, who died recently, was
a man of varied tastes and consider
able attainments. In spite of tho cares
of a large business ho found time to
dabble In literature, and produced sev
eral clover stories besides a novel or
two. He planned the water supply of
Jerusalem and invented a now kind of
ship's rudder, which la constructed on
Iho prlnciplo of a fish's tall, having a
uullng-up movement simultaneously
with tho movement from aldo to side.
AS SEEN IN GERMANY
This Is tho portrait of tho Presi
dent's eldest daughter which Is going
tho rounds of the German illustrated
papers In connection with tho coming
DO YOU REALIZE . . .
That its cheapest in the end to get your shoes
of us? We can fit your feet and your purse.
And when you need another pair we are satis
fied that you will be sure to come back to us.
Yours for Shoes,
PERKINS & SHELDON, 1120 O St.
The University Book Store.
All Hooks and Supplies used
at the State University
The Scarlet and Cream Store.
Watch for the
University Foot Ball Annual
Tenth and Pa:Iflc Streets, : : : : : Omaha, Neb.
112a N STREET
la the placo to get your
Their work speaks for
itself. Unequaled in
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The College offers 11 graded
course extending oer four
The ' Iviintuges and re
(luiroiiio t 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 whicb this
college is member. For in
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