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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1902)
THE DAILY KEBRA8KAH.
TJie MJa Webraskaji
A Newspaper clovotM to tho Interests of the
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V. 0. Batlo. ft. A.MoNown. II. O. Nelson
Wm.OftHe. Dan Qutloben.
Entered nt tho post office at Lincoln. Nob. at,
Bc6nd Glass Mall Mrtttor.
SUCHIHSTIO . TO SENIORS.
Tho following (oinnninlcntiou from
iin aluniniiH offering a now suggestion
to (ho senior c InHH 1h worthy of on
Hlderntlon: Why InlU about a fountain?. livery
Honlor clahs lor sewral years has done
that, but tho scheme bun nlways boon
dropped as fatally Impracticable.
I havo In mind a plan whit h Is
proving gloriously successful In tho
university whore I am now teaching,
and I am sure it will work in tho V of
N. Tho senior luss each year places
a marble bust of .some famous Amer
ican in tho )ibrar Among those now
adorning tiie wans of o readin ; room
are busts of Kiucison and Alcott
Such gifts as these are easily taken
tare of and add materially to tho aes
thetic wealth of tho univorsitj
Why nnnot . o (lass ol '02 initiate
this ( ustom'' Sim erol ,
The recent introduction of a bill in
tho Iowa state legislature for tho re
moval, u,)on certain conditions, of the
state university fiom Iowa City, is
doubtless tho resu of a feeling that
not enough is being done for the uni
versity by that town. It is but further
evidence of unappreclatlvo cities which
do not realize tho value of being the
homo of educational institutions with
all their moral and pecuniary advan
tages. Tho depaiture of fifteen hun
dred students from Iowa City would
not only impair the social community
but would also bo a keen loss to the
business men of that city.
It was giatifying to see ho much
( lass spirit manifested at the basket
ball games last Saturday night, though
at the same time it may be said that
it ought not to be carried so far aa
to assert itself in a negative way.
Discourtesy to tho officials or even to
the members of the opposing team was
at no time called for.
The historical society has -received
from Franklin Ball of Palmyra, two
old grooving planes such as were in
use about a century ago. They were
used for matching flooring work, which
Is now done entlroly by machinery.
These planes are about a century old.
Sidles Sporting Goods House
. Tennis, BaBe Ball and Gymnasium Goods, Agency for
Herald and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work.
1804 O STREET. QVM FS tC R PA
PHONE P 1038... JIVhhO VIvltR vU.
THE DELIAN'S ST. PATRICK
The Delians gavo a special St. Pat
rick's program l rlday evening. MIbh
I. ally sang a solo, Mr. Morrow read a
paper explaining a few Irish customs
and dealt with the significance of St.
Patricks day. Miss Morning's article
on IrlHh castles was Interesting and
Instructive. Miss Delia Condlt read a
paper on Irinh folklore, giving In well
chosen words tho Irish belief In death,
life and worldly interests.
After tho program the regular trl
yearly election oi officers was held, re
sulting in the choice of the following.
President, Charles K. Teach; vice pres
ident, Anna L. Jones; treasurer, F.
Hcers. secretary, t,iara Fleming, slate
bearer, Mr. Ilarter, sergeant at arms,
Mabel Wilson, critic, Susie Jones.
ANNUAL HANQUhf OK DELTA
Delta Gamma sorority held its an
nual banquet at the Lincoln last Sat
urday evening. ho table at which
wore seated about fifty members of tho
active and alumnae chapters, was beau
tifully decorated In red The special
feature of tho evening was the dedica
tion of a large silver loving cup to
tho memory of Mrs. L. A Sherman,
a late member of Delta Gamma soror
ity. On one side of tho beautiful cup
was hancisomely ongiaved the date of
her initiation and then the date ol
her death, while on tho othn side was
the date of the .founding of the c nap
tor The following members from out
of town were present at the banquet
Misses Ethel Tukey, Gertrude Macom
bor, Ilorborta Jaynes, Mona Martin,
Omaha, Gertrude Walton, Blair,
I aura Uridge, Fremont , Katherino
Woods, Schuyler, Alice Wing, Hoston
Frank Dobson has gone to Superior
to work on the United States geological
survey He will open the work this
season of gauging the Republican river
at that station
The chancellor has promised to rem
edy a long standing grievance of the
engineering students. Heretofore they
have received tho same diploma as the
oilier students, leeching a It So. de
gree except that "In C. E ," "in M. E."
or "in E. E.," as the case may be. is
Inserted after tho B. Sc. in common
script, making a very undesirable look
ing document. A committee of the en
gineering society brought the matter
before the chancellor and he promised
to rectify it.
Soveral new drawing desks have been
added to the civil engineering testing
Each member of the class In masonry
construction Is required to look up and
report on some famous bridge foundation.
Yodr Spring Sdit.
You can come lici and
select a suit and wear it
the same evening. NO
such "waits and delays"
as a tailor may give you
NO such prices as he will
quote you; but a suit that
will (it jou faultlessly,
wear satisfactorily and
save you money.
EWING CLOTHING CO,
1115-1117 O St.,
GOOD SHOE VALUES.
THIS IS WHAT YOU OET EVERY DAY IN
Till-: WEEK AT OUR STORE. WATCH
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF OUR LATEST
SHIPMENT OF SPRING STOCK.
Perkins &l Sheldon,
1129 O STREET.
TENTH AND PACIFIC STREETS, OMAHA, NEBR.
EWING BROWN, Secretary.
Little Ovals 85c per dozen
Come andVoe my work. 1814 0 Street
on Short Notice.
Stackhous & Greer,
II. II TOWN SEND.
P. M. PLAMKNDON.
THE BEST LAUNDRY
2246 o St.
Phone. 579. Saw edges Ironic!
Tie Elajn Restaurant
134 South 10th Street.
15c Meals a specialty. First
class, quick service.
I. A. ELAM, Prop.
Stylish Gowns . . .
For Stylish Young Women and
Special Prices on Graduating
Mrs. S. S. Hall's L1 r?'.
A Close Shave
A hair cut, or anything else
you want a bnber to do for
you, at tho
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop,
13TH AND N STREETS
This college offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages ami re
quirements of tho college
are fully up to the require
ments of the present times,
and tho conditions laid
down by the Association of
American Medical Colleges,
of which this college is a
member. For information
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