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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1903)
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A conaollrlntlon of
Tho Hiwpcrlfin, Vol. Bl, Tho NplirnHknn, Vol. 12,
Bcnrlot and Cream, Vol. i.
C. E PjcimiKOKn
.1. K. MonniHow
A. (). BcniiKtnxn
Wm A. Shock
A. I. Mtwh
John D. ltlci)
A. F. Bfknr, I. C. Baldwin, J. M. T'anl. R, A.
Mlllor, Ij. C. Hurt. J. It. awn.
Offlni: 200S Unlvorxlty Hnll. Phone A 1230
Pout OlAou' Htatlon A. Box 18, Lincoln
BuliHcriptlon price, $2 per ynr In mlvance.
Entered at the poHtoftlce at Lincoln, Nubriwkn,
nn nccond cIomh mall inntter.
We wore evidently mistaken In our
last week's assumption' that the clasB
scrap was a thing of the past In Uni
versity of Nebraska history. Saturday
night clearly demonstrated Its present
day existence. The late lamented Dr.
H. B. Adams used to say the only way
ho could explain school-day brawling
was on the ground that education con
sisted of an evolution of youth from a
stato of crude barbarism Into one of
comparative civilization, tho various
stages of growth being accompanied
by appropriate phenomena. It is not
a sufficient explanation. 1 lazing hap
disappeared; the class scrap will fol
low it In time. The only question is,
Many are called on, and some recite.
The NebraBkan has been besieged all
day long with requests to "say some
thing" on the annual question. Our
reply has invariably been that we
would devote considerable space In Fri
day's Ibbuo to u discussion of the sub
ject. If you have anything to say on
either side, get around with your re
marks before next Thursday morning.
An answer on tho cuff Is worth half
a dozen In the note book.
President Jordan of Leland Stanford
favors the endowment of athletics and
tho abolition of gate money. The Palo
Alto says: "Regarding tho mode to be
put In force when gate money Is abol
ished Dr. Jordan said there were two
systems that would como up for adop
tion. One Is in force at Weet Point,
where admission Is by invitation with
no fees, aud tho other is tho Oxford
method, where invitations with a small
feo are Bent out. Dr. Jordair Bald he
was In favor of tho University endow
ing athletics, though he was not In a
position to Bay Just what stand the
trustees would take on tills question."
The lawyer just fresh from tho Uni
versity law school was trying his first
case. Naturally ho was trying to make
a good Impression. Hut he was much
put out by the stupidity of one of the
witnesses, whp did not seem to under
stand the importance of tho questions
put to him, and answered either "Yes,
sir," or "No, Blr," to everything asked.
Finally losing patience, the lawyer be
came sarcastic and sought to caat re
flections upon the witness.
"Did you ever see a donkey?" he
"No, sir," was the reply.
"Good heavens," cripd the lawyer.
VGan. you look me in tne face, and then
say you have never seen a donkey?"
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co. haul
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
Michigan Wolverine: me Dally Ne
1) rank an recently published a "knock
era' edition." It 1b a rather unique
Idea In college Journalism, but, Judging
from tho subject matter contained
therein, It ought to have made a de
cided hit down at Lincoln, Nebraska.
Here Is an Idea which some of the oth
er college papers would do well to
adopt. Why not give tho "Knocker" a
show as well ns the rest? HIb utter
ances In print will probably do lesB
.harm that way than any other.
I. S. C. Student: Saturday's IsBue of
The Dally Nebraskan was a "Knock
er'B edition," and everybody that had
a kick coming on anything was In
vited to register it for the benefit of
tho readers. There were knocks on
tho mnnncr In which the library is
conducted, knocks on upper classmen
and lower clasBmen, knocks on ath
letics, but by far the beBt hammer
work was done on the faculty. These
last were, of course, more or less
overdrawn, yet there was tho thought
running through all of these contribu
tions that faculty members are very
apt to UBe their own point of view
entirely Instead of using the students'
point of view also, and seeking to And
out from the latter's way of think
ing whether the examinations are
practical or unnecessarily burdensome,
whether assignments are reasonable
or if they take twice as much time for
preparation as a study of that number
of hotii'B should do, whether the fac
ulty member Is democratic and cordial
In his manner to the students and to
what extent he makeB IiIb tiaBB work
Interesting for the students. Knocking
is usually looked upon with dissatis
faction, but this edition was doubtless
a popular one.
The professor's wife was in high
dudgeon. Her Investment In a number
of pillows which she had ordered from
abroad had proved disappointing.
"Well, I'll declare." she Bald, "I've
been cheated on these pillows. They
are not half as nice as they are adver
tised to be."
"Yes," replied her facetious husband,
"it Ib plainly a pillow Bham."
$3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
tho Merchants' Cafe, 117 No. 13th St.
Students are cordially Invited.
Womlerlul Kc.sourcosol'tlic WC8t
If you nre looking for a home and
want to visit tho West, you can do so
with very little expense, as the Union
Pnciflc will sell One-way Colonist
Tickets every day at tho following
rates from issourl river terminals:
UNTIL JUNE 15TH
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and many other California points.
UNTIL APRIL 30TH
$20.00 to Ogden. Salt Lake City, Butte,
Anaconda and Helena.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wanatchee.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,
and many other Oregon and Washing
ton points. lVj
From Chlcoco and St. Louis propor
tionately low rates aro in effect by
lines connecting with tho Union Pa
cific. Tho Union Pacific has also extended
territory to which round trip Home
seokers' Excursion tickets will bo sold
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMI
NALS To many points In Kansas, Nebraska
To many points in Wyoming, Utah,
Montana and Idaho;
To many points In Oregon and Wash
ington. One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale March 17, April 7 and
21, May 15 and 19, June 2 and 16, 1903.
For full Information call on or ad
dress B. B. 8LOSS0N, '
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Carry all the best grades of
you win una me Kex lump at jo.du; me jvem-
merer, Wyo., lump at $8.00, and the best
Maitland you ever saw at $7.25.
AH Kinds of Steam Coal, the best money can btty.
f Office J 140 O St., Phone 329.
THE RNGMSII CMJI1 will meet
with Miss Ruth Rryan, nt her home.
Saturday evening. May 9. 1903 Mar
garet K. Hauzhauens, Secretary.
WIS. the undersigned, recommend
Charles T. Rorg as a candidate for a
student member of the athletic board.
John R. Render, Samuel Anderson,
Harry S. Wilson. Thos. A. Maxwell.
Rob't A. Harrison. W. F. Mler. A. J.
Coats. Q. M. Peters, W. A. Ionard, J.
D. Ringer. J. Parnell Golden. C. L.
Morse. Wm. N. Donahue. H. A. Martin,
D. O. Lewis. Earle G. Spafford. C. A.
Kutcher, John F. Tobln, E. R. Ruck
ner. WE, the undersigned, endorse the
name of N. J. Elliot as student mem
ber of the University athletic board
W G. Hlltner, R. A. Harrison, H. G
Strayer, H. A. RwanBon, Roy Rlckford,
('. N. Oatlln, J. F Tobln. Iouis P.
Hewitt, J. D. Ringer, R. E Noyea, C
E. Hell, J W. Hoar, Wm. M. Case, Jas.
A. Wilson. F. R. Heers. H G Iangley.
C. H. Taylor. C. W, Pugsley. N. J.
Kemmish, Dean Drlscoll, E. R. Walton,
Fred Hunter. A. Elmer Turner, D. C.
Elmgren. C. T. Horg.
"How did you como to Hunk?"
"Just plain hard luck. Thought I'd
make myself solid with the assistant
prof by roasting the head of the depart
ment in a character sketch."
"Tho assistant waB sick that day and
I had to hand In the sketch to tho head
man himself." Ohio Lantern.
YOUR SUMMER GLOVES
o be washable must be of lisle, silk, or washable kid.
The latter are perfectly practicable. They look like any other kid
of glace fljilsh and come In white, mode, or pearl. They are guaran
teed to wash satisfactorily with pure soap and tepid water. Put thorn
on the hands and wash with a soft cloth or sponge, then remove and
hang up to dry. P. Centemerl's washable kid gloves, three clasp, $1.65.
Ask for Kayser's Stlk Glomes
with patent finger tips. Each pair contains a ticket guaranteeing that
the finger ends will wear as long as the rest of the glove; colors, mode,
gray, white, and black,; also black with white stitching and white
with black Btitchlng 50c a pair; heavier Bilk, 75c a pair.
Lace Mitts, llslo or silk, beau
tiful patterns, at 25c, 50c, 75c,
$1.00, and $1.60.
Plain Silk Mitts, 50c, 75c, and
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domestic coals, among which 4
Yards 6th & N Sts., Phone 376 ;;
MXtAtAJUUAMJt AAAtJLA.T A
iauroaa Deiween Missouri Klvcr and
LHrect line to St. Paul-Mlnncapolia
Direct line to Black Hills
City Ticket Office, 1024 O St.
R. W. McGINNIS, General Agent
ber Sidles has the largest
Base Ball and Tennis
line west of Chicago.
Prices lower than the
lowest. See our big
Sporting Goods Store
317 O St.
Phone F 1174
Lace Lisle Gloves, 25c, 60c, 75c,
Plain Lisle Gloves, 25c, 35c, 60c,
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