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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1904)
Hb. a i I s B c D r a 0 n a n
The Woman Student at Michigan
Put it Down
Every Loyal 'University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
While Doing Eo.
ARCHITECTS Fisk & Dieman.
ART GOODS Curtice, Lincoln Book
BANKS Columbia. First National.
BARBER SHOP Palace. R. & C,
BARBERS' SUPPLIES A. L. Unde-
land & Co.
BICYCLES. ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles. Glrard. Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter. Co
Op. Brown. University Book Store
Sam Hall, Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
CIGARS Powell. Llndsey, Follart.
CLOTHING Unland. Magee & Deemer,
B. L. Paine. Armstrong.
COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whitebreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Leming. MaxweU.
DAIRY Franklin, Leming.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
DENTISTS Boston Dentists.
DRUGGIST Steiner. Woempner,
tor. Brown. Riggs. Wright,
DRY GOOD8 Miller & Paine.
EXPRESS Lincoln Iocal. Lin'-oln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
frimrciTirRrc Rudce & Guenzel. A. lH
HARDWARE Hall. Rudge & Guenzel
HOTELS Llndell. Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutua.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallet, Wolfe,
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.,
MILLINERS The Famous.
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, Hallet,
PAINT & CLASS Western GIbbs
Paint Co. .
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller. Robb
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
HUNTING, Griffin Greer, Nev? Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press, George
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld. Home
Cafe, Don Cameron, Hendry, Palace
SHOES Perklus & Sheldon, Sander
STENOGRAPHER Shepherd, room
512, Richards blk.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS R e d
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, Union
College Tailors, British Woolen Mills
Oakley & Anderson.
J. B. TRICKEY & CO.
JEWELOO AND UPUMAIO
Come In and Have Your Eyes At
tended to. 1035 O St.
The University of Michigan's pres
ent Ideal for her woman students,
wfhlch ha been evolved' from her three
decades of co-education, Is fairly well
known throughout the west. Somo
phn8 of It can perhaps be restated
to ndantage from time to time as con
ditions vary. The type of women stu
dents at Michigan has changed some
what since 1872. during tho last decade
especially. When' Michigan's doors
were first opened1 to women, all who
came, came for study, for work. With
the growing popularity of cxhicatlon for
women, and with the prosperity of this
part of the country, the "boarding
school type" of girl ha come on the
scene. The other type Is not fewer In
numlerB than, formerly, though the
proportion Is Icfs. The boarding school
girl, thf girl who needs to be made
to study, who needB a considerable
number of rules laid down for her
guidance granting that a considerable
number of rules for conduct is ever
valuable for an educational institution
is fortunately pretty small In aggre
gate and the discipline at Michigan
can reasonably bo fixed with a view
to the other and better type. Michigan
has government, on the Jeffersonian
principle that In general the fewer tho
laws the better off tho community. At
Michigan tho women's building is com
ing to play a more and more Important
part in the lifo of the women. The
present women's dean, on taking up her
duties, made the women's building her
official headquarters. The result has
bcon beneficial to both men and wo
men. There can bo no doubt that in
their own building, with a large of
fice and' without the disturbance caused
by men students coming and going, the
dean and the women students' have
come into much closer relatione than
ever In the past In every way It has
been sought to make the building the
headquarters for ail the social life of
the Unherslty in which the women
take part. Tho women's building, or
Barbour gymnasium, as It Is inter
changeably called, is open, for any Uni
versity function, such as class or or
ganization social or hops, and there
Is no charge for the use of It except
for janitor's fees. Ah It Is unexcelled
for such purposes by any hall in the
city, and as the expense of UBing it Is
almost nothing, it has become, the most
popular of places for such uses. The
hours of its- iee can be controlled, and
are controlled. A limit of 12 o'clock
1b fixed for the close of all entertain
ments. Tho women's dean Is always
present. As rules unsupported by pub
lic sentiment are always failures, and
as a healthy publlcsentlment among
the student body can be greatly fur
thered and much moro easily main
tained by tho dose relationship be
tween those responsible for the girls,
and the girls themselves, and as the
women's building is steadily and to a
really remarkable degree serving more
and moro as a means of bringing the
women of tho University Into cloeo and
sympathetic understanding with tire
women's dean, the question of controll
ing the social life of the women at
Michigan sems to bo fairly well settled.
Grill Room Will Not Be Open.
Some bright individual, a fair co-ed,
perhaps, made a discovery yesterday to
tho effect that the grill room at the
Lincoln hotel will nob bo open tonight,
and of course sno told it Investiga
tion proves -the truth of tho discov
ery, and so there will bo nothing doing
tonight at the Senior Prom. In the line
of grill room patronage. The cafe is
being moved to a new location at the
Capitol hotel and Will not be open
Speaking of tho Prom., dancing will
begin early. This Isn't said simply to
insure commencing at 10:30, but to
let you know that dancing will begin
Delian Program Tonight.
MIbs Blanchard of Beatrice has been
secured by tho Delian Literary society
to give an entertainment the coming
Friday evening Iw tho Delian hall. Her
specialty is -whistling, and from what
J we hear of her, she is an adept in that
Tho entertainment is to be free to
everybody, and it is hoped' that the hall
will bo well filled.
An excellent program is promised
and' will undoubtedly be given.
Where you'll remember it you can PAY
more, but you can't GET more--they're
simply clothes perfection- that's our
$15.00 up to $30.00
Every fabric and style that's new.
1042 O Street.
" Those who have them, and wont
them properly repaired, will find It
pays to come directly to us. We have
had years of experience In all klndB
of watch repairing, and will guaran
114S O Street. Lincoln, Nob.
Programs, Invitations and
118(1 O Street. Lincoln, Neb.
DENVER TAILORING GO.
H. WECKE88ER, Prop.
Stilus made to order from SI 8.00 up.
Pants, $5.00 and up. We also do Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing. Workmanship
first-Class, satisfaction guaranteed.
1228 M St. Lindell Hotel, Lincoln.
There Is no watchclock or' article of
w jewelry we cannot fix
C A. TUCKER
The Up-to-lhe-Mlnute Jeweler
"ROMPT SERVICE. U23 O Street
A sense of taste Jb a saving quality to
any man who visits our store. Clothes
we make hear tho same relationship
to personality that a beautiful blos
som does to Its perfume. Suits or
Overcoats, $15 and $20, made to order.
Perfect fit guaranteed.
BRITISH WOOLEN MILLS CO.,
Big Tailors and Woolen Merchants.
1210 O Street
118 North lltti Street.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALl
was opened this fall with tables ail
newly covered, best cues and balls
newly papered, everything up-to-date
t. P. POWELL. 146 N lltti St Pbttt 1 ..
THE WALL PAPER I
AND PAINT MAN
130 North 13th Lincoln, Neb.
GEO. A. WILSON
COIfTIcACTOR AND BUILBER
Oltlc and 8tp. 222 t, 12. -Tlf ! Ut7
Estinmtoi furnlehed pom Applio&tioB.
Job work promptly attended to.
Tiske & Dhmanl
T9oms S1S-S17 Wchard BJnk Y
The Weber Suitorium
b the up-to date pUce
where yeu ca fet yoet
Clothing Gleaned and Pres$ed
'Phono 708. Northeast Cor lltti u4 O
1 515 O Street Phone 564
10t rooms beBt lowprleed Ikhw ltkjt'
RATES $i Per Dy and Up
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