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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1903)
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C Dafy Jlebraskan.
A connolltlntlon of
Tho Heporlrin, Vol.fll.Tlio Nonnwknn, Vol. lo,
Bcnrlot mid Cronm, Vol. 4.
.lohn D. Rice
A. Q. Hclirolbor
0. A. Bnwyer
A. F. Beckr
Gnylorcl O. Donnott
Offlpwi: Editorial, U XKH BuMnonfl, U 21i
Post OlMco, Box 10, Station A, Lincoln.
Bubnorlptlon Prlco, $2 por yonr. In artvnnoo.
Entered at tho pnttotunn nt Lincoln, Nobrnska
oh nroond-oliuM mnll rnattor.
Reserved seats for Saturday's game
qro now on salo and every student who
secures ono will be doing himself a
good turn. Tho Haskell Indinns are
considered a strong possibility and the
gamo Saturday may be the hardest on
tho whole schedule. The Indiatis have
engendered a Btrong feeling of rivalry
against Nebraska and they come ex
pecting to win. and will play fiercely
to accomplish this end.
Students still find it convenient to
take a short cut across the campus
from tho library building to the chem
ical laboratory. In consequence of
thoir self-indulgonco an unsightly path
markswhere they have 4rod. If the
path ran straight or if its sinuosities
even suggested symetry, it would not
Uo so unsightly, tint as it Is, it is a
blight on the appearance of the campus
and tho students who bo Industriously
seek to save, a small amount of time
and a few erds of energy, should lalCG
Into consideration the fact that to
travel the distance around would oc
copy but a few secondB of time which
would not in any wlso be missed.
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hoped that thoy will be animated by
tho same high hopes and aspirations
that have characterized tho Initial ac
tivities of classOB In the past, and that
they will not allow themselves to
swerve from the patn of uty In lend
ing their assistance to evfiry movement
having In view the betterment of tho
class and the furthering of its interests.
That Nebraska is considered a lead
er In debating is evidenced by the chal
lenges that have been coming in this
fall from our sister institutions. De
bating occupies a largo place In every
college and it Is natural that the au
thorities of each Institution In arrang
ing their schedule should seek to obtain
meetings with the most prominent
teams possible. Nebraska's supremacy
In donate is recognized and there are
few Institutions that can point to an
unbeaten record for two years straight.
Despite the fact that many old men
are gone, our prospects for tho present
year can not be considered bad There
is a good registration In the courses in
aigumentatlon. and under tho efficient
training afforded theie is a certainty
that some good ifiateilal will l dvol
oped. The methods used by Nebraska
hae proved to be so superior to
fhose In other Institutions that some of
those have adopted them And since
our University stands so high In this
respect, every movement looking to the
advancement of debating interests here
should be heartily and enthusiastically
pushed.. The student body should take
pride In every University enterprise
and especially debating, and lend their
earnest support in currying on a good
- The students of KansaTTTniversIty
have been successful In their efforts
to retain tlu Kansas-Nebraska con
test at Lawrence. This" result will
probably not affect the' result of tho
game at all; for If Kansas hasn't the
team Bho can't expect to win in any
other way. No doubt tho game would
have been a greater attraction had it
been played in Kansas City, and the
gato receipts would have been much
greater. But the Kansas students
raised a strenuous kick and succeeded
in keeping the game at home, by bring
ing up the argument that the wishes of
tho student body wore paramount to
any financial considerations. They al
bo contended that the Nebraska game
was the only good ono on the schedule,
and that they would prefer to keep It
at home. In this contention they were
right, as thoy will undoubtedly see a
game that will satisfy thoir most ox-
Attend Library Ass'n Meeting.
Last week thiee meiubeis ol the li
brary stuff. Mr. Wyei Miss .Compton
and Miss Mulliken. attended the meet
ing of the State Library association, at
Fremont. The session lusted two days.
Jklr, Wyer read a paper, reviewing the
work of the siaTe library commission,
and Introduced Mr. John Cotton Dana,
of "Newark, New Jersey, who read a
paper on "Library Opportunities." Mr.
Dana Is an eminent librarian in the
Mr. IrVlng S. Cutter, a graduate of
the UnUerslty, presented a paper on
"Libraries in District Schools." ,
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ii -KENSINGTON" Overcoats ii
are coats THAT FIT jj
To many men, all overcoats look alike, ; ;
Those are not the men who are buying '.'.
the "KENSINGTON." The "Kensing- : :
ton," with their hand-shaped collar, well '.'.
rounded out shoulders and stay-in-shape !!
fronts, arc so different in fit and appearance
from other makes that they at once attract well-
dressed men. It jjk. men who appreciate the ', ',
many points of soperiority in the "Kensington" ; ;
that are coming to us for their clothes. This ap-
plies to "Kensington" suits, too, and if you've i T
never tried them, it's a good time to do so: , '
" Kensington's," $ 8.00 to $3p.OO- $ "
MAGEE & DEEMER. .;
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T. J. THORP
All Kind of R'palrinx
308 So. 11th Strool.
Phone. 6 1 4
Dr. Ward addressed tho dental stu
dents Wednesday morning.
W 11 Davidson, of Springfield, re
turned home this morning after a brief
visit with his sons John and Jantfta,
at the Alpha Tau Omega house
Stelner-Woempcner Drug Co.,
I 146 O Street '
Phone 707 Lincoln. Neb.
Manufacturers of Steiner's Balsam
Rhubarb Cold Capsules, Pilo Cure and
Gray's Condition Powders.
Thoro is no watch, clock or
article of Jewelry 'wo cannot fix
C. A. TUCKER
Tho Up-To-the-Minulo Jowolry.
Prompt Service. U23 O St,
Anyono (tending n nkotrli nnd description mar
Quickly nscortnln our opinion froo whether an
Invention In prnhntilr pnlontahlo. Conimunlra-
sont froo. Oldnnt nuoncy for Bocurinupaloutii.
ruteuui inKon tnrouKii Aiunn jo. rocoi
tptclnl notice, without olinruo, In tho
UoiiBtUrlctlycontldontlul. HANDBOOK on Patents
I'ikteuUi tnkon throuKh Munn it. Co. recolve
f5J5 O Street. Phone 566.
X00 rooms best low-prieod house in city.
RATES $ i Per Day and Up
Western Glass & Paint Go.
i2th & M. Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Flee Chocolates and Bon Boos of our own
manufacture. Cheapest In the city.
CONFECTIONERY FOR PARTIES
1337 O Street.
A handsomely lllnMratod wookly.
Torms, t3 a
Dr. Fling will road a paper on titled.
"Louis XVI. Machuld and Maurepas,"
before the American,, Historical asso
ciation at Now Orleans In December.
dilution of any nrieiilltlo Journal.
rear : lour months, tl. gold by all nowsdealorn.
MUNN &Co.361Brod New York
Branch Offlco. G25 K St.. WashliiKtor T. C.
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK -
of Lincoln, Nebraska!
CAPITAL - 9ioOOoo.oo.
John B. Wright, Pki. J. H. Wwcott, Vle-Pr
Joe Samucla 2nd Vic-Prj. P. L. HH, CuUm
W. B. Ryoru. Aist. Ouhk
for acceptable Ideas.
Stato If patented.
THE PATENT RECORD,
Subscript.' on price of tbb Patiint Rbcoos (LL00
dot uniK'ia cuunmes ueo.
Alpha Tau Omega will entertain in
formally this evonlng at tho chapter
houso at 1937 F street. Mr. Goorge
A. Mosshart and Mr. EarnoBt G. Coun
cil will give a piano recital, which will
bo followed by an infonnnl danco.
Tho Froshman candidates are inaug
urating thoir campaign In earnest now
and have well donned ideas of thoir
rlclitB and privileges. Tho list Is be
ginning to narrow down and thoso with
tho strongest backing aro standing out
more prominently. Tho Freshmen have
learned a lesson and will proilt by it.
Such results as followed Monday'B
meeting might have been expected,
when ono considers that thoy were loft
to thoir own guidance wltaout even an
agreement or an understanding as to
how the meeting should be conducted.
But now thoy have been enlightened
and aro making preparations to go
ahead and conduct uielr meeting in
their own way, and wiir probably not
be Interfered with again. It Is to bo
A fine specimen' of a mastadon has
been discoveredin Red Willow county.
It Is near tho surfaco and has been
aomewhatdamagod by careless digging
nnd picking. Dr. Barbour will leave
at his earliest convenience and Investi
gate tho matter.
Is more thoroughly described and pictured in
The Illustrated Sporting News
Than in any other American wookly --
Mrs. Stoddard of Belfast, Mo., for
merly Mrs. Crowltt, visited University
friends recently. Mrs. StocTdard grad
uated from the University in 1898 was
a P. B. K.t and has Blnco taken her
"master's degree, She was also an as
sistant In tho library while In school.
Wright Drug Co., 149 N. 13th, Tel 313.
The R. and C. barber shop, Palmerva
Place, 1144 O SL
Get Into Sanderson's Shoes and you
will be happy.
x The Illustrated Sporting News,
September 19 Captain Rafforty and Tub Yale Football Squad.
September 26 Dowitt, Princoton's Versatile Fobtball Hero.
October 3 What is tho mat (or with Pennsylvania.
October IO Captain Marshall's Vicissitudes at Harvard.
October 17 football at tho Univorsitios of Chicago and MioliiRii
October 24 Tho University of Wisconsin on tho Gridiron.
Illustrated by tho bost Football Photogrnphore In tho. World
RALPH D. PAINE and FRANK BUTTERWORTH, hoth noted Foot
ball authorities, write on tho gamo exclusively for
The Illustrated Sporting News
An euorgotic and roli'iblo subscription representative iB wanted at tho
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