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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
A newspaper 4erotod to the tatereata
f the Ufelvsrtlty of Nobraaka.
Mlahed at the
UnlTorsltr of Nebcaafca.
A consolidation of
THB HBSPBRIAIf . Vet. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKA. Vol. XII.
thbj eoARiJrr CREAM, Yet IT.
Bnteroi at the peetofflce at Llacola.
Nee., aa ecoal claaa atail Matter .
Brterriftl Pdoe .H aer rear.
Managing Editor. Robert T. Hill.
News Editor John F Tobln.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
Postofflee Addrosa, Station A, Dox 13.
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JANUAKY I Ni: HKlIt
One thing which colleges have to
contend against Ih tho manner. In
which anything out of the ordinary,
auch aa a clasB scrap, Ib written up by
tho dally papers. A couple of grains
oT truth, a few little circumstances as
a foundation for a good story, and a
clasB scrap which may have been In
the best of feeling. Ib molded Into a
bloody riot with indescribable sconces
of lawlessness S S G I Student
According to yesterday's "Journal"
the Athletic board "censured" the Se
nior claas This was not the case The
board merely voted to request the class
not to wear tho letter "N" upon their
hats. There wore severnl other minor
mistakes, in tho "write-up," but the
above was the unfortunate
The hack problem Is still a matter
of annoyance for tho students who use
them The right move has been taken
In the direction of protecting students
from the livery men who make good
money and no small amount of it dur
ing tho college year
Tho ratfl has been reduced by the
hackmen to a Bmall extent only, and
tho action which Is now being carried
on should be continued to a finish It
Is by this co-operation that things
romo to pass.
Wo can not help but be amuficd at
tho spelling which a city paper has
employed In the announcements of the
Pershing hop They have It "Perish
ing." Whether or not they were aim
ing at some description of the hop or
not can only bo conjectured Those
In attendance may bo In a "perishing"
condition before the eoning'B pleasure
is over, or It may refer to the likeli
hood of some indiscreet persons in
curring colds and congestion of the
lungs, oi it may have some other ob
scure moaning It seems strange, if
nothing like the above was Intended,
that such a name could be given to
one of the best known and most popu
lar events of the season
Miss Weede and Mr Fox who grad
uate this semester, have positions to
teach for the coming semester
C. P nderbery, law '91, who is now
pnuticmj' at Mindtn visitid the his
torical soclotv on matn'rs of business
Profos oi Fling was called to So.ith
Dakota the fore part ot the wetk. ow
ing to the llh'OhS of his wife, who is
isiting in that stat
Both the Sophomore caps and the
Junior hats will be olive green But
the caps will be tiimmed in iolet and
the hats in brown
Mr. and Mlsa Barbour are working
on tho football coats which will con
tain the namo and position of the play
ers. These casta are of har&dak and
will be placed In the gym with tho
"Young man." said the professor, aa
he grabbed the frisky freshy by tho
Bhoulder. "I bellevo the devil has hold
of you "
"I bellevo ho has," waa the reply
The Union society basket ball team
Is tho first minor team on. the floor this
year. They held a good practice Sat
urday at 2 p. na., and believe they can
win tho Inter-floclcty championship
again this year.
Have you been through Calculus?"
Inquired the college professor ot th
"Not unless I passed through at
night on my way here," waa tho reply.
IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS
, Foot Stools
ALL TO BE FOUND AT
THE A. M. DAVIS CO.
Sold ojily by Harley Drug Co., lltjiand 0 Streets
With many people
Dr Roseoe Pound addressed the Can
dle Light club, which met last Mon
day evening at the Lincoln, on the
'Weak Points of Our Jury System."
The following Ib the convocation pro
gram for the rest of the week
Wednesday Dr. White, "A Lay
man's Observation on the Social Condi
tions In Europe."
Thursday Prof Caldwell, "Venezu
Friday Messiah. (There will be no
10:30 classes Friday.
Within tho last year Harvard has
erected elx new buildings at a coat of
Miss Louise Pound and Adeloyd
Whiting entertained the girls who
took part in the basket ball tournament
Friday night at luncheon yesterday
Every loyal student come out Thurs
day evening to the Armory and give
your support to the basket ball team.
The price of admission is 25 cents.
The Pershing Rifle spell-down precedes
Tho Union, society held a special
meeting In their hall yesterday dur
ing convocation hour. It was decided
to have a group picture in the Som
brero, and a committee waa appointed
to confer with the members and set
a time to sit at Townsend's for a pic
ture. The society will take two pagea
of Bpace In tho Sombrero.
reputation is largely a matter of
locality; to them the quality of a
thing depends on the place from which it comes.
In the matter of location the Effete East has an advantage over
the Progressive West People accord to one things which the
other has to secure by the hardest kind of fighting.
We may not be from Boston, but we make 'as good chocolates
as anybody on earth. The taste is there; the quality is there;
the appearance is there. What more do you want?
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