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A consolidation of
The Heaporifin, Vol. Ill, The Nobrnnkan, VoL la,
Scarlet mid Cruntu, Vol. 4.
t damlncM Manager
John D. IUoe
A. O. Bohrelber
O. A. Sawyer
A. F. Booker
Qajrlord O. Bonnett
Bkpoiitkiih P. A. Rwing, Vlolot Irwin, O
II. Treylor. W. C. RamHoy, Blgar Mnllott,
and Mabel Fofwlor.
Offloeat Editorial, U XV
Foat onoa, Box id,
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tatlon A. Llnooln.
abaorlptlon Prioa, f3 per year. In dvanoe.
Batarad at the postoffloo at Llnooln, Nebraska
as aeaond-olasa mall matter.
Matty of us aro beginning to realize
that the present somcster la noarlng
Its close, and In some Instances the
realization Is hardly a pleasant one.
For tho80 who have fallen behind no
time Is better than tho present for
striving to mako up deficiencies, and
those who have kept abreast of their
studies can feel a cortaln measure of
satisfaction and confidence. Thore is
nothing liko the end of a semester to
provo the fact that tho student who
works ib the best off after all.
unablo to find a remedy without seem
ing to fall behind what is demanded
by conventional forms. In other words
they obliged to mako a show just be
cause othere do. A certain number of
men have tho mean-for hiring hacks
much more frequently than others,
and upon tho latter a constraint is
placed compelling tnem to follow the
example set, although often a sacrifice
is entailed that they can Illy afford
to boar. Tho utter extravagance call
ing for a needless waste of money, in
so many instances by those who can
not afford It, is a condemning fact,
and it ought to be curtailed. The great
majority of University men hire hacks
for the informal affairs, simply be
wiubo they feel that thoy aro obliged
to, although it goes against their grain
to do it. Thero is certainly room for
reflection here, and a remedy Is badly
needed for the present condition of affairs.
The organization of tho class bas
ket ball teams Is getting under way,
and soon Borne interesting brushes
between these rival aggregations will
bo announced. The fight for tho cham
pionship last year was watched with
great Interest, although attended with
some bitterness. Some vigorous prac
tico work has been engaged In by class
teama already organized and as soon
as all the classes aro represented and
tholr teams sufficiently seasoned,
games will bo arrangod, Basket ball
is an excellent game for bringing out
tho spirit of tho clas and raising it to
a sufficient pitch, and tho team that
wins tho championship will havo to
work hard for the honor and can feel
proud of their achievement after it
Scrap at Iowa Settled
The factional Bcrap that has been
raging for some time at the University
of Iowa has come to a peaceful con
clusion. Tho two factions, known as
tho "Politicians" and tho "Athletes,"
who havo been struggling for tho con
trol of tho Athletic Union, have com
promised) by selecting a "Politcian"
president of tho Union and an "Ath
letic" assistant treasurer. The squab
ble involved tho control of tho "Dally
Iowan" and plans wore being made by
tho "Athletes" to start a new daily to
bo called "Tho Old Gold." According
to press reports, however, enough
stock has been obtained in the "Dally
Iowan' to give tho "Athletes" control
of that organ, which will now be con
ducted under their management. "Tho
Old Gold" will not see tho light of
publicity, therefore, while tho "Dally
Iowan" may bo expected to enter a
wider field of Influence.
Open-it's a good time to buy an
All overcoats, fine, medium and
low-priced ones, all 1-5 off. Fancy
mixed suits the same. You should
see the beautiful shirts we are
Ma gee & Deemer.
1109 O Street - Lincoln, Neb
The meetings of state organizations
that aro being held at the University
this week have excited consldeable In
terest among the students and many of
them havo taken the trouble to attend.
Those who have attended any of tho
meetings havo been repaid for their
pains.-TTTo meetings of the Historical
Boclety were especially interesting, as
many points in the history of our
stato constitution were dlscused that
were of interest to law students, as
well as to others. And In this con
nection it Is not a bad thing to call
attention to tho agricultural meet
ings that will bo held here next week.
All of these meetings havo a good
effect, in bringing prominent and rep
resentative citizens of. tho stato Into
actual contact with our University In
order that thoy may see tho scale on
which tho work i conducted and ap
preciate Its needs. It is with pleasure
that tho University welcomes' this class
of visitors and opens wide her doors
January 22 has been announced as
tho date of the annual Union-Date de
bate. Tho contest will bo held In Crete
this year, and the Doano men aro pre
paring their arguments with the expec
tation of making an excellent show
ing against tholr opponents. Messrs.
James, Pfolfor and McRoynolds, as
has already been announced In these
columns, will have the affirmative In
the argument. The question will bo
tho Negro problem. Each speaker will
be allowed 15 minutes, except the first
on the affirmative, who will operi with
13 minutes and close with three. Thero
will be no judges.
The Unions expect to send a largo
delegation to Crete to encourage their
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119 South 12th St. Lincoln
Western Glass & Paint Go.
J2th Ic M. Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Company "B" had Its picture taken
last evening In front of the library.
Tho signal corps has begun active
work. Last night drill was hold in
tho armory. The guard was posted
in the halls of Hie main building.
Guard mount on Friday has been dis
continued until further orders are re
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P. R. EASTERDAY, Auditor.
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Regular drill Thursday evening at
7:15 sharp. Applications for member
ship will now bo received from those
who will have credit for one Bomester's'
drill jiX the end of this semester.
Blanks may be had from the captains
of tho battalion. Applicants will ap
pear and drill as recruits until their
applications are acted upon. By order
E. D. STANLEY,
Fraternity Hall 13th & N Street
Newly furnished and decorated. Ib now
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FAULKNER S SHARP
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The Weber Suitorium
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Chris' Bath Parlor, llth and P Sts.
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THE HOME CAFE 2I4 8fiVih8t.
In the 'discussion regarding the hir
ing of hacks, presented elsewhero In
our columns, we aro giving publicity
to a question that concerns many and
is a matter of public Interest. Many
students have had forced upon them
the necessity of hiring hacks for com
paratively unimportant affairs, but
while feeling the burden, have been
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11 North llth Street.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
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