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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1902)
THE DAILY KBBRA8KAB.
TJie Dally Nebraskaji
A Newspaper devoted to the Interests of the
University of Nebraska,
A CONSOLIDATION" OP
Tho HflpprjaD. Vol. XXX
fho NoXnuknq. Vol. XI
Tho Scarlet & Cream. Vol.
Sterling U. MoCaw.
I. W. ftarbSr,
It. 1 Hill. -
Tho Freshmen were called together
yesterday by President Sawyer to con
Hidor the question of having a fresh
man hop. It was determined that the
class would give such a social affair
Saturday evening. May 3, either at the
armory or auditorium.
A committee will he appointed by the
president to take further action and
Assistant Editor make the proper preparations
V. 0. Bfttlo.
Aaooi a-th bmtow
a. A. MnNOwn. IX, O. Nelson
iM(o at Lincoln. Nob. as
The significance of the crepe bow,
which happened to be above the pic
ture of Mr. Hoyt. the Colorado debater
who could not debate on account of a
severe cold, was amusingly misintcr-
Nebraska's victory over Colorado preted by one student, who. the story
now appears to have been all the more ( KO. gravely ejaculated to a member
pronounced because at least two of the ' of the debating squad. "That Colorado
Judges are now known to have been nmn who was sick is dead They have
prejudiced against municipal owner- ' rope over his picture."
ship and operation of street railways.
Nebraska won. then, by sheer force The freshmen and sophomores of
oT comincing aigumentw Kansas university are having trouble
Twenty-eight students were suspended
The last game of the series with the last week by Vice Chancellor Spangler
v malm leaguo will be played on the for participating in a class fight Most
campus this afternoon and everyone of them have been suspended for thirty
interested in the university should days. The boys of both classes have
make it his or her business to attend. voted to leave school if the action is
The 'varsity makes no pretentions of carried and are supported in the posi
belng in the same class with profes- tlon they take by some of the faculty
slonals, but nevertheless they are members. The worst injury is report-
showing Omaha that they can
ball. So far the games have
1 744-1 746 Champa St.,
DFNYFK, COLO., Im
porters and dealers in
And all kinds of
play ed to be a black eye administered to a
been student by a professor who was at-1
iather poorly attended, and the ladles tempting to quell tho disturbance The
especially hae been conspicuous
their absence. The bad weather
been partly to blame for this, but every
one should make a special effoit to be
out this afternoon.
Come prepared to cheer Captain
Bell's men on to victory, but if they
are again defeated do not think it is
because they cannot play ball. A base
ball game with professionals and one
with a college team are two different
for students contemplate Instituting
has ceedlngs against the piofessor ior
C. H. MANN,
Gasoline 1 Refined Oils
123 NORTH I2TH STREET.
Geo. "W. Montgomery, President.
Ix P. Punkhouser, Cashier.
CASH CAPITAL, J50.000.00.
Farmers and Merc.ha.rvts Bank.
15th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
DO NOT FORGET that you will
soon be going away. You can't
rarry your trunks. Call us up and
we will take you to any depot and
send a hack to take you. Tel. 303.
Ensign Omnibus & Transfer Co.
Albany, New York
Makers of the
Caps,Gowns and Hoods
To tho American Colleges and
UnivorsiticB. Illustrated Manual,
sample prioee, eto. , on requost.
GownB for the pnlpit and benoh.
ti Inland ou will call auain.
Half Soles while
t)ii wait, -tbc and
up. Huliher heels
l.V. (ihe im :i
1341 O STREET
i Boston Cash Market
Choice Meats and Groceries!
1811 0 Street A. B. CURL, Prop.
8anlt and battery
A amall collection of western speci
mens, rocks and minerals, recently
sent to an eastern college by Miss
Edith Webster, has brought a loiter
asking for $300 worth of material,
which will be furnished from the col
lections of the Hon. Charles Morrill.
The proceeds will be usedo pay the
expense of future expeditions.
Jollification over the itory still
continues. The faculty bulletin board,
on which the pictures of the Colorado
debaters were hung before the debate,
has been attracting much attention
this week. Over the photographs of
the vanquished team droops a crepe
bow. The pictures of the victors are
also there, decorated with the scarlet
and cream, and underneath them is
the Colorado tombstone quotation re
ferred to by Hon. Paul Clark at con
vocation last winter, when ho urged
members of the faculty to interest
themselves in city politics so that when
they die it may be said of them, as
it was of the Colorado miner, "He clone
his damnedest No angel could do
HAVE YOU SEEN
Those S3. 50 Foot dlove Shoes, in Bals. and
Oxfords? They are just what you hae been
looking for. You will find them at
Perkins & Sheldon's,
1129 O STREET.
The address this evening before the
engineering society will be given by
Hugh Wilson on "Railroading as a Pro
fession for College Men." Mr. Wilson
graduated from the civil engineering
department of the university In 1897.
He went to work for the B. & M. as
section hand and. worked his way up
to the position of roadmaster, from
Lincoln to Kearney, the position which
ho now holds.
BIG HORN BASIN.
Are you interested in the Big Horn
Basin of Wyoming?
It's a rich but undeveloped portion
of northwestern Wyoming. It con
tains marvellous openings for small
I ranches along good streams in the val
leys, with one million acres of gov
ernment land open to settlement un
der tho United States land laws.
The Burlington Route has just pub-
Professor Bruner and Mr. Cary, who, llshed a folder descriptive of the Big
for tho past two months, have been In ,,nrn T,naln u , milrntn,i ,,,i ,.nn
Costa Rlea in tho Interest of the de- . , ' .....
partment of ornithology and entomol- ia,nB an act'unue a- ll ie"s auol'-
ogy, left that country on the 31st of , the lay of the land, character of the
last month and will return via New soil, products, yield, Irrigation and op
York In order to avoid quarantine. I portunltles
They are expected to be at home about I T, , ' . . . . ,. ., ,
April 11. Tho other members of the I If you re '"rested, hotter write for
party will remain to continue their a CPV- It's free. J.FRANCIS,
Investigations. I General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Sidles' Spor tine) Goods j-Iodse
Tennis, Base Ball and Gymnasium Goods. Agency for
World and National Bicycles. Send us your Repair Work
1304 o st., Phone f 1038. SIDLES OYCLE CO.
Taught by the Phonograph. Why does one leain to speak
and understand French by going to France, or German by
going to German), etc., without the aid ot books or instru
ments? Why do foreigners learn 0111 language so quickly,
when coming to this country, even though they cannot
read or vi ite.
THE SECRET OF IT ALL
is, they cannot help it. Wherever they go, wherever they
turn, to whom they might speak, they hear only the lan
guage of that country.
Should your teacher come in your room and talk for one
hour each day in a foreign language, you could not help
imitating his pronunciation, and soon learn to recognize the
meaning, no matter how fast it is spoken. A teacher you
do not like to ask to repeat it too often. By our system,
you can listen for 24 liouis each day, if you choose, and at
the end of that time the enunciations come to you just as
fiesh and cheerful as at first. Call at store and let us dem
onstrate to you at any time.
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