The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 04, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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A Nciupappr drroUd to the lotercita of tht
UnlTortlty of Nebraska,
A CONSOLIDATION OF
Th Ifsprtan. Vol. XXX
th NobrMkAQ. Vol. XI
The Scarlet Cream. Vol. Ill
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AJiUUnt Editor
ASHOOIATS jDDTTOHl
Y. 0. Ball. R. A. MeNowa. M. O. NeUon
Wi. Obm. Daa Outloben.
Jtnterd al the pait office at Uocola. Nob. a
Moaad OlaM Mall Matter.
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tiuoTHONB t.
It Ib up to the students of tho Uni
versity of Nobrnaka to Hhow their col
ors. Tho contest with Colorado to
night will bo Interesting from more
than onc-standpoint. It will, bo Intor
eotlng from the standpoint of a schol
arly and a keen discussion of a live
topic. It will also show whether a
class of Btudentfl who have boon yell
ing "loyalty" all year really mean what
they Bay or whether they have been
omitting" heated air to draw attention
to their particular brand of loyalty.
Any student that doeB not show him
self at the debate tonight, whore his
presence is needed, need never prate
again about his devotion to tho uni
versity or his interest in things In
tellectual. And any student who does
fall, without good reason, to attend
and who, on any futuro occasion, Is
hmrd vociferously shouting about pa
triotism, will Justly deserve tho con
tempt which all really loyal students
will manifest.
Don't call it a talking match, gentle
men. The debate tonight Is not neatly
classified between tho blue covers of
Brookings and Rlngwalt's standard
text for college (?) debaters. It's a
now brand, and If the campus Solomon
that pompously says, "I've heard 'em
afore," should he attend tho debate to
night, will contritely retract the state
ment. Trained to a fino edge is Nebraska's
team. A few fortunate Individuals, by
eluding Professor Fogg's vigilance or
by some clever strategem. have been
auditors of tho practice debates be
tween the first team and the valiant
scrubs. It leaked out last night that
Jack Best had to spend the major por
tion of tho evening in the rubbing
room with two members of the scrub
team after their innings with the regu
lars. They also have mysterious ac
counts to relate of the coaches, Fogg,
Ross and Taylor. One was heard to
remark that the mountaineers in their
descent upon the warriors of the plains
will pay the penalty tonight for their
previous successful forays.' The plains
men have discarded the deer corslet for
Bteel armor and the knotted club for
the thirty-pound battle axe.
Sidles' Spottimj Goods Jloilse
Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency fbr
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
1304 o st., Phone f I038. SIDLES CYCLE CO.
LINCOLN ACADEMY CHANOE8
, HANDS.
. Announcement1 has Justbeen made
of tho sale of the Lincoln academy to
Prof. T. M. Hodgeman Possession
will bo given August 1.
The high character of the school un
der the new management will be main
tained and a number of Improvements
made In equipment It Is tho Inten
tion to provide more commodious quar
ters, either at the present location or
somewhere else.
Professor Ilodgman's long experi
ence in tho university Is an aBBurance
that tho high standard demanded of
preparatory schools by the university
will bo maintained. He will not sever
his connection with tho university, but
will continue his work In the mathe
matics department.
CLEANLINESS ON THE CAMPUS.
Tho convocation hour Thursday
morning was spent In considering tho
question of cleanliness and order which
ought to provail on the campus and In
the buildings of the university.
Chancellor Andrews spoke with pride
of the neatness of the campus, but re
gretted greatly tho fact that the In
ferior premises were not what they
should bo. The throwing of paper and
other litter and expectorating on the
floor, he said, are things that should
not be done. Tho talk In tho library
and In the lecture rooms and the other
forma of disorder must and shall be
cured or, the chancellor added, "there
will bo death."
The presidents of the four classes In
the academic collego and also the pres
ident of tho senior laws were present,
and each Bpokc in turn on the subject.
President Sutton of the senior law
class pledged his class to carry out
the sentlmentB of the meeting. Ho be
lieved It to be the duty of his class to
set the example In cleanliness and or
der as the people of the university have
the right to expect more from the law
students than from any others. Ho
believed that the best way to accom
plk.h anything was for every individual
student to make a resolution to help
the good work along by his own exnm
plo. President Harbor of tho senior acad
nillc class was heartily in sympathy
vith the movement and offerod the
support of himself and the Benior class
to the movement of reform. He be
lieved tho members of his class less to
blame than the others because they
had been In school longer and had
formed better habits.
In behalf of the Juniors. Mr. Black
volunteered his assistance In the mat
ter and believed that all should be
IntoretiU'I In bringing forth a better
n-oral t nc In the university.
Messrs. Davis and Sawyer, presi
dents of the sophomore and freshmen
".'asses, respectively, spoke on the sub
je t for a few minutes and each of
feied tho aid of his class to the chan
cellor In the new movement. In ac
cordance with a suggestion made by
the chancellor, the presidents 'of tho
two senior classes were appointed a
two senior classes were appointed a
committee to confer with him and
draw up resolutions which would have
a direct bearing on the subject The
resolutions will be presented at a later
date.
Miss Mary Alter, a teacher from
Omaha, has entered the university to
do special work with Dr. Sherman.
Tbe Denver fH
CIayo(5.,
1 744-1 746 Champa St.,
DENVER, COLO., Im
porters and dealers in
Chemical and
Physical Apparatus,
Chemicals
And all kinds of
Laboratory Supplies,
Photographic Stock
Mrs. L. Anderson & Co.
MILLINERS
Special Prices to University Girl.
135 South 12th St.
Geo. W. Montgomery, President.
t P. FunkhouBor, Caahler.
CASH CAPITAL, ICO.000.00.
Farmers and Merchants Bsxnk.
15th and O Bta., Lincoln. Neb.
HAVE YOU SEEN
Those &3.50 Foot Glove Shoes, in Bals. and
Oxfords? They are just what you have been
looking for. You will find them at
Perkins & SheldbiVs,
1129 O STREET.
Better Than a
Personal Instructor.
In learning a language usually the teacher gives les
sons of an hour duration. Assuming this to be daily
the student hears the language spoken say , an
hour each day, the rest of the hour being taken up with
the student's answers and questions he wishes to ask.
1 he results are most unsatisfactory. Experience shows
that a person after taking 60 to 80 lessons in this manner
is unable to converse fluently or to use the language to
any great advantage. How do we better the condition
you say?
OUR STUDENT LEARNS BY IMITATION.
He listens to the Phonograph as often as he likes,
when and where he likes. By frequently listening to a
record even without making an effort to learn the langu
age he soon begins to repeat it to himself giving every
word and sentence the proper pronounciation and intona
tions. It is just the same as though you should visit
these foreign countries personally. You could not
help learning the language.
We can show you better at our store any time at
your leisure. No trouble whatever.
WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
Dd NOT FORGElMhat yofl will
soon be g6ing away. x You can't
carry your Jrutiks. Call us up and
we will take you to any depfct and
send a hack to take you. Tel. 303.
Ensign Omnibus & Transfer Co.
JnttrctHtgfMt
Bureau.
COTTELL
& LEONARD
47S-47S Dm(twf
Albany, Nw York
Makers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and
pniTersities. Illustrated Manual,
ample prices, sto., on .request.
Gowns for the ptilpU tad bench.
CHICAGO SHOE JlS
REPAIRING CO, up. Iiubber hu
45c. Give US &
trial and you will call &gnkn. 1341 O STREET.
Order Your Ice Cream From
J. H. Stuckey
1187 0
Special Attention
Street.
Phase
1105.
QlTin U Dealers.
Also EatertalamsjMta both
Public and PriYate,
202 5. Mil St.
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