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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1902)
THE DAILT ITBflBRASKAW
The Daily Nebraskan
A nowBpaper devoted to tho Interests
of tho University of Nebraska.
(Published at tho
Unlvorslty of Nebraska.
A consolidation of
" THE HESPERIAN. Vol. XXXI.
THE NEBRABKAN. Vol. XII.
THE SOARLET & CREAM, Vol IV.
Entored at tho poBtofllco at Lincoln,
Nob., as second class moll matter .
Subscription Prlco $2.00 per year.
EDITOR. ROBERT T. HILL.
Circulator Fred K. Nellsen.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
R. A. McNown.
Wm. A Shock.
Carlton C. Wilburn.
There will be room In a short time
on the "Dally Nebraskan" staff for
some more men. The number will be
Increased, not sacrificing quality, oh
fast as possible. It is the aim of the
board or directors to have a first-class
paper In the university. This can
only be done by placing the adminis
tration of the paper and the staff mem
bers, both editors and reporters, on a
ptrletly competitive basiH. No man
who will be placed on the paper can
hold his position unless he shows some
ability. As soon as possible ther will
be a series of dally editors whose bus
iness will be to stand responsible for
the news of the day. The work on the
paper Ib very practical and made the
practical end of the course offered In
Those In this class who show the
best ability, and have the best "news
Instinct" will be placed on the paper's
staff of editors.
By this statement It Is expected that
the student body will understand how
the paper Is run and will come more
closely In touch with It.
EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT
YOU'LL FIND MOST EVERYTHING AT THE CO-OP.
YOU DON'T SEE WHAT YOU WANT, ASK FOR IT.
VERY LIKELY WE HAVE IT.
Outing has selected the following
men for the All-American college base
ball team of 1902: Pitcher Lupdgun,
Illinois; catcher Green, Princeton;
first base Pearson, Princeton; second
base Steinwender, Princeton; third
base Guernsey, Yale;
Meier, Princeton; left field Brown,
Princeton; center field Barnwell,
Yale; right field Wear, Yale. Substi
tute pitcher, Garvan, Yale; substitute
catcher, Wlnsloy, Yale.
Sept. 30. University ChoniB, 5 p. m.
Oct. 3 University Cluu uance. Work (lone by the journalism class
Oct. 4. Boulder College vs. Nebras- iH now being published in the "Daily."
ka, at Boulder, Colo. At present the worK is crude out inai
of some members of the class shows
promise. Occasionally a whole paper
goes Into print exactly as It was writ
ten. But such cases are rare.
The average copy Is full of mistakes;
mistakes of grammar, spelling, punctu
ation, capitalization. By the time the
editor Is done with It it Is scored from
short stop .top to bottom with blue pencil marks.
The eldtor Is only human and It gives
his heart satisfaction when a paper
comes Into his hands which he can
turn over to the printer without a
single correction. If the amateur re
porter will look to his spelling, punc
tuation and capitalization he will help
The members of the class In chem- the editor and at the same time help
istry 1 have had their schedules some- himself.
what unsettled during the past week. Again, much of the material is of
Because of a conflict In the printed such a nature that It can not be used,
schedule between chemlBtry and phy- Take, for instance, this Item. "Old
slcs It was found necessary to have Autumn Is with us once again, strew
two divisions of the class. Professor . ing the ground with leaves." This is
Nicholson tried to make some arrange- not a news Item. It Is a Bad attempt
ment whereby all the class could meet at poetry. Let us have facts that the
at the Bame hour and thuB lighten IiIb students want to know, plain unvar-
w"ork, but he finally decided to meet nlshed facts, written clearly, without
two divisions, one at 10:30 and the . the use of superfluous words. The bus-
other at 11 : 30. InesB of the reporter is to tell facts
and not write poetry. Do not try to
write unless you have something to
FOOT BALL PARAPHERNALIA. Every loyal spectator should
equip himself or herself with a megaphone, cane and streamer or
pennant and colors, and turn out to help the team to success. Mega
phones that will last you several seasons, 25c to 50c; Canes, 10c, 15c,
up; Pennants, 15c, 35c to $1.50; Scarlet and Cream Ribbon and
Streamers; Football Buttons, Souvenirs, etc.
ROOM DECORATIONS. Have you seen our Mat Pictures? They
are fine. And you will be surprised at the prices 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c.
Mat Mounting Board for your Pictures, 10c for a large sheet. U. of
N. Pennants, 15c up to $1.50. Fraternity Pennants, Pennants of
Eastern and Western Colleges. Pictures of the campus and build
ings, the farm, cadets, etc.
UNI. PINS, BADGES, ETC. We have the most complete and
varied line of Uni. Pins and Badges in the city. There are nearly
fifty styles and sizes. Several new designs this season. Pins, 25c to
$1.50. Hat Pins, 35c to $1.15. Gold Pennant Pin, 2.25, Gold
Seal Pin, $3.75 (three of these sold first day.) Lapel Buttons, Wreath
and Initial Pins, Rings, Etc.
SOUVENIR SPOONS. Something to remember your friend with.
Small and large sizes. Design of Library building engraved.
WATCH FOBS, Are going fast. A few new designs.
Seal, Initial, Pennant, Etc. Twelve styles.
U. of N.
A University of Michigan co-ed re
cently had a copy of the University of
Michigan catalogue unbound and one
page altered, so that her own record
was Improved, after which the volume
was rebound and sent to the young wo
man's parents. The co-ed was sup
posed to bo working hard for a de
gree, but in reality had only been tak
ing a few "snap" courses, and was not
in line for honors, consequently Bhe
wished to get rid of the undesirable
"S" after her name In the catalogue.
The Yale News made the following
brief statement regarding the new in
structor of military Bclence at that col
lege. Captain Smoke was last year
commandant of cadets at the univer
sity: "The course in military tactics, which
was discontinued at the outbreak of
tho Spanish war in 1898, will be re
sumed this fall under the supervision
of Captain Samuel A. Smoke. The
course was discontinued because Cap
tain Murray, who was then detailed
to Yale, was ordered to the front. Cap
tain Smoke served throughout the
Spanish war and has been detailed to
the University of Nebraska since the
close of hostilities."
have the right of appeal to the commit
tee hereinafter provided for, for the
enforcement of these resolutions, In
cluding an observance of the customs
specified In any particular instance that
may come before their notice.
IV. There shall be a committee
composed of the following five per
sons: The vice-presidents' of the two
upper classes, the editor-ln-chlef of the
Prlncetonian, and the manager and as
sistant manager of the baseball team.
The duties of this committee shall be:
1. They shall decide all questions
arising in tho interpretation of these
2. They Bhall summon before them
all members of the freshman class who
are accused of violating the terms of
these resolutions, investigate the
charges brought against them, and, if
found guilty, shall decide upon the
punishment to be inflicted.
DO YOU PING PONG? For the leisure hour this fashionable and
pleasant game will give you needed recreation. Sets, 50c to 5.00.
Archarena Boards, Playing Cards, Etc.
STATIONERY. A complete line of Tablets of all kinds, 5c to Use;
Papeterie, 10c to $1.00; Envelopes; Regret and Calling Cards and
U. of N. STATIONERY. Ruled and Unruled Tablets in note and
letter size, 10 and 15c. Box Paper with U. of N. Pennant design, 35c
to 50c; U. of N. Envelopes, 5c, 10c, 15c. Fraternity and Sorority
Tablets of all chapters represented in the University.
UNIVERSITY BOOKS. All the books used in the University all
the time Literature, Science. Law, Engineering, Medicine, Etc.
Special Books General Literature Books ordered for you at special
UNIVERSITY SUPPLIES of all kinds for all the departments.
Standard goods at reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.
Your money back if not right.
HISTORY COVERS, in about 25 styles and sizes at most any price.
The New "Clip" Cover, invented by Prof. Barbour, does away with
shoestrings. Ask to see it. Also other "Shoestnngless" Covers.
Special covers made to order. Papers of all sizes cut or punched
to order at the store.
ART SUPPLIES for the Art School. Water Color Sets, China
Colors, Charcoal Paper and Stick, Sketching Books, Whatman Paper
in Royal, Imperial and Double Elephant sizes, colors in half pans and
tubes, brushes, etc.
MUSIC. A new line. The popular songs and music, Standard
pieces. At right prices.
FOUNTAIN PENS. The Co-Op is the right place for Pens. We
fit you right and with the best made -The Waterman Ideal. We also
repair pens. When your pen troubles you in any way call at the Co-Op.
Very likely it is only a matter of adjustment. Does your pen blot or
leak? Get a Waterman Spoon Feed. It never bothers you. Also
other good makes the Century, Franklin, Remex, etc. Cheap pens
in price we mean. We guarantee satisfaction just the same, or you
may return the pen.
MAGAZINES. The leading Monthly Magazines. For your leisure
hour look over our news stand for a good magazine. Subscriptions
taken for American and European periodicals.
AGENTS HAMMOND TYPEWRITER,
Typewriter and Mimeo-
Amherst College will hereafter give
the degree of Bachelor of ArtH for three
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PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS. - 318 N. 11th Street.
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