The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 20, 1904, Page 2, Image 2

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Cfte Dully Uebraskan.
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A oonnolldntlon of
rh HcMperiMi, Vol. 01, The Nobrukan, VoL lo,
Scarlet and Groam, Vol. 4.
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Olronlator
New
Athletic
UUrarr
JohnD. Rlo
A. O. Bohrlbr
O. A. Bawjrar
ooiatb KDiTons:
A. Ft Beeker
aaylortl O. Bnnett
Dorothy Qrn
RKronTKltR P. A. Kwlni;, D. P DoYoung
C. II. Tuylor, folar Mollott, Mnbul FwHlor
pffloMi KdltortajrU KMH; Bnalneai, U 111).
' Post Oaoa, Box 18, Station A, Ldnooln.
ftabaortption Prloe, tS pr ytar. In advaribcK-
Btrd at the postofaoo at Ltnooln, Nabraaka
u aeoond-olau mall matter.
llmlnnr) pontrsts Is notic cable through
tho absonc til' ho many of the strong
battlos for Nebrnska. This simply
means thnt nfw mm mu.t Im devel
oped, who will In time boi-omc hard
and poafioned veterans upon whom al
most absolute reliance can be placed
At Kansas most of the old men are
back, and our method of training has
been installed there, Huch being the
rabc, our men will have to train hard,
and that is what they expect to do.
The material Is good but it will have
to be worked over, and the final selec
tion will represent the best that can
be produced h(re.
READINGS AT CHAPEL.
Editorial Remarks
Miss Fay Ewing Gives An Inter
esting Program.
There seems to be home c nance of
Kitting a basket ball game with Wis
consin, as the Hodgers are contem
plating a southern trip. However, In
doflnltenesH still prevails and an un-d(-rstnnd1npr
hns not-been- reached:-Just
what sort of a showing we could make
again Wisconsin Is a matter of con
jecture, but we are certainly willing to
try and find out. The team seems
stronger than even last year and when
the season gets well under way It will
doubtless give a good account of It
self. - o -
This week I'niveihlty students will
bo given ample opportunity to put in
spare moments attending the meetings
of the various state associations, most
of which are to be held on the Unlver
meetlngK are primarily for the pro
motion of organized1 agriculture, and
slty campus. While some of these
will mainly interest farmers and stock
men. yet the bpeclal talks by prominent
professors of our own and neighboring
Universities, and by men of practical
experience, will be found interesting
as well aH instructive- to anyone. The
time and place of tho various meet
ings is announced on the 'Organized
Agriculture" postois. whicl hae been
dlf-trlt.uted throughout the city.
o
The first of the examination sched
ules were due to be posted yesterdaj
atternoon In conspicuous places in
the halls of the buildings about the
exception of a few cases the examina
tions win all be held in the looms
wheie the classes recite. Special ai
rangoments, of course, will hae to be
made for those who can not be th.is
accommodated. Especially--where the
dorses will be obliged to do work with
apparatus, special arrangements will
have to be made. The law schedules
w re Issued early, some being In cir
( ulation Monday morning. The ttrbt
of the regular schedulew will of couise
be subject to change, but It is not prob
iUe that any extenshc modillcation
will be found necesary.
The past week has been maiked with
a whirl of intellectual debating activi
ty among the institutions about us
iMlnnesota and Michigan, Iowa and Il
linois,, and Chicago and Northwestern
have all met and settled their differ
ences with conclusive iesults. As far
as we are concerned w are still wait
ing on Kansas and watching the spirit
ed contests among our eastern neigh
bors. I'ntil we reach a definite under
standing with Kansas little can be
done here but as soon as all neejs-
sary arrangements are made, then our
Inaction will be changed to bustling
preparation.
Tho list of candidates for the pre
ctebaters who formerly won hard fought
Miss Kay Kvvlng entertained a re
sponsive audience at Memorial hall
yesterday morning during convocation
period, at which she gave several in
teresting selections of reading that
proved the excellence of her expres
sions and Impersonating powers.
The first number was "Birds' Christ
mas Carrol." a very amus-lug selection,
which by the perfect rendition of the
reader, pictured the scene of the anx
ious, fretful mothei;. whc.'.e dignity
was at stake in the amount of etti
quette she could ( ram Into her host
of children
The second selection was '"1 he Swed
ish Version of the Disioveij of Amer
ica " This was a humorous pie e given
with the new'y Atnetii nni.ed Swede's
brogue in an oflWJfnt Miannei that
was quite laughable The history in
this might perhaps be termed "Source"
for we considered the knowledge of
the historian in dealing with facts,
and from whence th.'y came In con
nection with this short sketch many
new points were brought out in the
voyage ot Columbus, and his landing in
America, thnt were certninl a revela
tion lo all hcr aie studying American
histoiy.
The hibt of the leadings was the
"Two Bi other," which was rendered
Tciunlly as well fis the others
The enteitainment as a whole wr-i
of the ery best the production!- wew'
fittingly chosen, and the ease and nut-malne-ss
with which Miss ICwing was
poce.ssed aie cenamly marks of pio
llclency and aptitude loi thai class ol
woi k
BL jH
There are no two hands, or two feet, or two heads ex
actly alike; still no one these c ays thinks of having his J
gloves, shoes or hats made to order. The same princi-
pie applies to tigure and clothing. I here is no necessity
nowadays for having your suits made to order the best
dressed men arc our customers.
One-Fifth Off Fancy Mixed Suits
One-Fifth Off Overcoats
MAGEE & DEEMER
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We wish all our stndcnts friends to
know that the
Best Ice Cream
COMES FROM
Franklin Ice Cream
and Dairy Co.
183 So. 12th 8t. Phono. F 208
THE BEST ALWAY8 THE CHEAP
EST Tho Connecticut Mutual Llfo
Insurance Co. offore a Policy that
Combines all the valuable, features
that experience has shown to bo de
sirable in llfo insurance, and is liberal,
just and definite in all Its terms and
conditions.
For further information or sample
policy call on
JOHN H. PLATZ, Agent
119 South 12th St. Lincoln
ltatca $1.00 nncl $1.26 Pur Day.
Special Hates by tho Week.
Academy Notes.
Tin ht'iond i.h' ol llic l.iiuo'n
Academy Ncwh limit- its aiveiirancc
last week It ontaiu a hcliiful ai title-
fioin Pint ! K Hai her on the
teaching ot Latin in Mt-mdniy schools
The next issiif will h;t a woid tioni
I)i H K Mont
It is with gicat it'Kiet that the- Acad
em bids good be to so many stu
dents who will enter the Vnherslty
Fc brunt y Ut The best, wishes of all
go with them that th.ii I'niwrslly
work may be pleastiie to them and
an honor to the hchool thnt prepared
them
The evpciiment with the Japane.-e
student, Mr Kim Akagi. has proven a
decided success. Orcat interest in his
work is shown bj him and he is doing
excellently In algebra and chemistry
he finds little difficulty now, but in
English there is of course trouble. His
persistant patience, cheo fulness and
eager cle&he to loam makes his work
cr satisfactory to his teachers
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' J Q YD HOTEL
Capital $:hh).ouo 00 ,
SuPohiA 110.000.00 I
Undivided Profits 40,000.00
3. II. BURNHAM, President.
A. J. SAWY&R II. S. FREEMAN
Vice-Pros. Cashier.
II B. EVANS FRANK PARKS
Asst. Cr.shler Asst. Cashier
P. R. EASTDRDAY, Auditor.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Dr. Jno. J. Davis
Graduate Optician nna
Rcfractionisl.
jgjjfgy
Headaches and till Nenous Troubles re
lieved by correctly fitted Spectacles.
Prices IjOw. Consultation free.
Homo Office I2HK O St.
LINOLON
Phone 13 Uofl
MRS. KATK MAUTIN, PROP.
Onlj ono block from B. ft M. Dopot. Only one
block from Post Office. Near all
Mroct ear llnoa.
7.11 O Street Lincoln, Nebraska
OUR WORK IS WELL KNOWN
We always havo and always will ap
preciate the support of tho Btudents
reports to tho contrary notwlthBtand-Ing.
YULE BROTHERS LAUNDRY
Tol, 754. 1514 O 8troot.
JgW&?.
The sihed.ile of c causes lor next se
mnM will be posted Saturday It
has been impossible to arrange hours
advantageous to the students this year
on account of the- Lincoln Medical Col
lege courses carried by the Acadomy. I
lwidontallj it should be noted that
Miss Hartell has given complete sat
isfaction to both the Medical faculty, '
and students by the thorough courses
she is giving and her tactful manage
ment The laboratory is a busy place
at all hours of the day with three
Academy dhislons and two College dl
lslons at work. i
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13tk.
The Photographer
1029 O STREET
FOR FINE PHOTOS
Western Glass &. Paint Co.
1 2th fc M. Sts.f Lincoln, Neb.
Lincoln Tank Line
Successors tp 0. H. Man
Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating OH
25 No. J2th Street. Telephone 473
L J. THORP
LB
COMPANY
General Machinists
All Kind of ROfuirlng
Lock Smiths.
PLATERS
308 So. 11th Street.
Lincoln, Nebraska
Phon. 614
UNDSEY'S
CIGAR STORE
Up'to-Dato Soda Fountain
and Magazines.
y
Street,
IIQ North 11th
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
oewly papered, everything up-to-daU,
Including customers.
i. P. POWELL. 146 N lltb SL Pbone L til
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