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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1904)
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Ce Dap Debraskan.
X oonnolidntlon of .
Wk Hwperian, Vol. 81, The Hebrakn, ToL 1,
Boarlet and Cream, ToU A.
John D. Rio
A. O. Boaralber
O. . SW7r
Ntwi - - - P. A. Swing
Athletic " - - J. D. CUrk
Literary - Dorothy Green
Reporters D. P. Dc Young nd Mablc Fouler
Offloeai BditorUl, U KOM: Itarineu, U tHH
Post Otto, Box 18, BUUon A, Lincoln.
Pabsoriptton Prio, It pr jrar. In advaaoc
Btrl t th poatoflloo t Llnooln, Nvbraika
M tooond-cUM mall matior.
Unlets ordored discontinued Tho
Daily NebrasUan will be tent the oom
ing semester to all present subsoribers.
We wish to take special pains In
railing attention to the service that
will be hold in chapel noxt Sunday
evening. This will ho a special Ber
loo for University studentB. Chan
cellor Androws will address the meet
ing and all of our student body should
endeavor to be present. There will bo
Homothlng in this service and Chan
cellor Andrews' address that will ap
peal to all of our student body, and
It is realy a privilege that all of is
are enabled to meet together in this
ly fixed. Other western institutions
have tried in vain to obtain games with
tho "Big Nine" teams with whom wo
have arranged dates, and It Is to our
credit that wo have succeeded where
they have failed. Our next schedule is
tho strougost that wo have ever had,
and thus are tho allegations made by
our envious neighbors that wo are be
ing pushed to tho wall for recogni
tion being directly refuted.
Wo can not help but feel that anoth
ed successful season like those of the
past two years will Bettlo boyond a
doubt tho permanency of our ability to
furnish a team that can compare well
with the "Dig Nine" teams. Our
schedule Is heavy, but this will only
call for greater effort. Tho Minnesota,
Iowa and Haskell games come close to
gether and will present a difllcult prop
osition, and as a result hard early sea
son work will be required in getting
the team into shape. Yet two years
ago we had a string of heavy games
that caimod even tho most loyal sup
porters to fear, but next year wo hope
to do as well as wo have done in the
past and ovon show improvement. The
sigiiB point to a greater and more suc
cessful season than ever, and wo havo
confidence that they will be fulfilled.
Waterman Fountain 'Pen
$2.00 to $5.00
1200 O Street. RECTORS
DAY OF PRAYER
February 14th Universal Day of
Prayer for Colleges
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Uailvlded Proflta 40,000.00
fl. K. BURNHAM. President.
A. J. SAWYER H. 8. FREEMAN
H. B. EVAN& FRANK PARKS
AbbL C.-flhier Asst. Cashier
P. R. BABTERDAY, Auditor.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
!tates $1.00 and 11.26 Per Day.
pealal Rates by tho Week.
MRfl. KATE MARTIN, PROP.
Only one block from B. M. Dopot. Only on
block from Poet Ofllco. Near all
street oar linm.
Ttl Itroot. Lincoln, Kebranka
T. J. THOltr
The basket ball game tonight should
1 rove a goocf attraction, as a contest
or a most exciting and closely fought
character Is bound to occur. The Oma
ha Y. M. C. A. always haB a good team,
which may be accounted, for by their
having such a largo field to pick from.
The fact that the Y. M. C. A. teams all
over the country have been proving su
perior to college teamB as a rule 1b
more noticeable this year than former
ly. Honco a trial of strength between
the teams Is always interesting. Our
team has not played any of its heavi
est games yet, although the one tonight
nrnmlaoB to Berve as a strong start.
Tho game was arranged after brief ne
gotiations, and little time was left
for an announcement to bo made. Nev
ertheless a good attraction always
ought to draw, and a large crowd
should come out tonight and witness
Again we would like to call the at
tention of our .readers to the favor
that they can do ub by calling for Ne
braska coupons at the business houses
thnt hnvA ndvertislnc in our columns.
These coupons have been left with oui'f. f
advertisers and we would regard it as
a special favor If University people
would call for them and thus ahow
that they appreciate the liberal spirit
of those who patronize the college pa
per and make Its publication possible.
No matter how large the amount of
the purchase may be, everyone is de
sired to call for a coupon. This will
lot our advertisers know that the Uni
versity public Is Interested In the wel
fare of their paper and that they will
remember those who patronize It. In
. our business directory Is to .be found
the best class of business houses In the
city and the ones that take the most
Interest In tho University. These cou
pons are all numbered and should bo
preserved, as we expect to give awaj
urlzes. Announcements concerning
these will bo made later.
Wo have a right to feel satisfaction
now that our football schedule Is final-
Sunday, February the 14th, will bo
observed by thousands of college stu
dents all over the United States, as
"The Universal Day of Prayer for Col
leges." The University of Nebraska
will have her share In this day of Im
portant services, and will have differ
ent meetings during the day in the
interest of college affairs. At 9 o'clock
In the morning the young women will
hold a service, known as "The Quiet
Hour." led by Paul Corbin, travelling
secretary of the Student Volunteer
Movemont of the International com
mittee. Mr. Corbin Is well known to.
a large number of University Btudonts,
who are asBiired of an Interesting ser
vice. At the same hour, In the Y. M. C. A.
rooms. Prof. F. A. Stuff, member of
the advisory board of the University
association will lead in "The Quiet
Hojr" for University men. Those who
know Professor Stuff personally will
not need to bo urged to attend this
sprlce. It 1b expected that a goodly
number of men will attend this early
At 3 o'clock p. m., In University hall,
ioom 10G, there will be a meeting for
both men and women, addressed by
Mr. Paul Corbin. Special music will
be a feature of this meeting.
The "Vesper Servico." In the Uni
versity chapel at 7 p. m., addressed by
Chancellor Andrews, will conclude the
day In a most 'fitting manner. No
Unlvorslty student can afford to ioIbs
We believe that-4
we have the strongest chancellor In
the country, and expect to show h'lm
that we believe It thoroughly. If you
believe the same, bo In this meeting.
AU Klnda of Rplrtnj
308 So. 11th Street.
Quality goes a long ways with
particular people We solicit
the patronage of all particular
people. j j j
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For first-class Tailoring at low
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Union College Tailors
South Enterance College Bldg.
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Cigars and News
Novels for Sale or Exchange
Law Library, Rules.
Dean Pound of the law school had
found it necesary to adopt some rather
BtrlnKent rules in regard to students
carrying hooks from the llhrary, and
not returning them at the specified
time. Con8lderahle carelessness has
been exhibited on the part of students
In thjs respect, which Dr. Pound has
seen fit to check. Any failure to con
form to the rules to the letter may re
sult In serious consequences to the of
fender, of which suspension from the
library may be but a mild sentence.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 o St.
Chapin Bros.. Florists. 127 So. 13th.
Chris' Bath Parlor. 11th and P Sta.
The WhltebreaBt Co.. at HOG O St.
is the place to buy coal.
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CONTRACTOR AND BULLIER
OMo an SUl. tZZ t. 12th. Telephone B 1397
Eitisoatea fnrniahad upon application.
Job work promptly attended to.
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100 roouiB best low-pi wu I bouse in city
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Dr. Jno. J. Davis
Graduate Optician ana
Headaches and all Nervous Troubles ro
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Prices Low. Consultation free.
Homo Office 1222 O St. 'Phono 313
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