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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1904)
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the Daily Debrkan
A consolidation of
Tho Honporinn, Vol. 81, The NebranUnn, Vol, 10
Scarlet and Cream, Vol. .
! rabllnhed dally, oxcopt Sunday and Monday,
At tho UnlvorHlty of Roliraska, Lincoln, Nob,
by tbo Hesperian Publlnhlng Co.,
Bo An i) Or DrnitOTOnfl
Profowiorn J. I. Wycr, and O. R. Richard J
H. P. Lcnvltt
John Westover B. R. Walton.
Paul A. Ewlnf
A. O. Sohrolber
Walter E. Standoren
J . Olydo Moor
Frod A. Sweoley
D. P. Do Young
MlR8 Minnie BiUor
M1m Lota Rtcttor
Ain't. AdT . Manager
lldllorlal Rooms and Bunlnwa Offloe U Slltf
Post Office Station A. Lincoln, Nebr.
Subscription Prico, $2 per yoar, In adranca
Entered at tho postofuoo at Linooln, Neb.,
aa aocond-oloHB mall matter under the act of
congroM of March D, 1870.
only known how, should pay for tho
privilege of holding such nn exalted
office hy digging around for news. And
this Ih Just what they havo to do, but
shouldn't. There are a thousand and
one ItemB of general Interest occur
ring every day, a great many of which
our reporters can't get hold of. These
should he reported. Tho student body
should make the Dally Nebraskan
more a paper of tho student body
rather than bo satisfied to have It a
paper of the few on tlie staff. If any
one knows anything of interest, hand
it In , and if it meets with our ap
proval we'll print It; if not we wont.
This slight effort won't hurt anyone,
but will increase the Interest In the
"Rag" many fold'. If any noted friend
of yours come to town toll us about it.
If you havo an inspiration, poetic, pro
saic, or otherwise, tell us you woe
and we'll shoulder it off on the meek,
, Individual notices will bo charged for at ths
rate of 10 conte for caoh inflortlon. Faculty,
departmental and university bullotlns wtM
gladly bs published f roo, as heretofore.
Debates Labor Question.
The Students Debating club re
hearsed the heights of enthusiasm last
Sulurdiiy n.orning when they debated
the labor question. It seemed that
of all the interesting and heated dis
cissions so far listened to by the
club this was a climax to them all.
From these successful debates that
has marked every meeting thus far
held by the new organization it Is safe
to say that it has been finely estab
lished, and in the future there need be
no fear but that any one can satisfy
his love of word contention there.
Magee & Deemer
We Supply the Needs of Men Exclusively,
Uncommon Business Suits. ..
To cDinbine exclusive style and the best
of tailoring with lowest prices possible is
our constant effort. The suits we are
selling at $15, $18 and $20 will indicate to
you how well we succeed.
The best efforts of the highest priced
tailors could not produce coats with more
style and character than our ''Kensing
ton" long tourist coats. A wide range of
patterns and styles assure you of a most
satisfactory selection. PriceS$15,$l8,$20,$25
It would be hard to produce more stylish
better fitting trousers. Full peg top no
buckle straps; fancy stripes and plaids splen
did fer service. $4, $5) $6.
KKKI YOlfK KYKH OI'KN.
Students do not generally lealize
that they have a duty to perform to
ward the football team, besides buy
ing a ticket to the game and rooting,
and il is up to every student to make
Isii'K.ell u committee of one and see
to it J hat his share of it is done.
ICvery year a new team has to be
moulded out by the coach, and every
one should feel it his duty to keep his
eyes open during tho summer for likely
material for the football team and
when he runs across a big husky fel
low, or one who looks like he has tho
speed and other requirements In him,
persuade blm to come to the school
this coming fall and try out for the
Nebraska has been short of heavy
men tho entlie season and It is hoped
we can secure some heavy men for
next year's team. There are plenty of
men In the state, who have the neces
sary requirements, so let us get busy
and find them out and bring thorn to
school next year, or even sooner. Then
too, theer are dozens of fellows at
tending the university at present who
would make good football material, if
we could only get them out. So if any
one knows or any such persons let
him get busy and use a little of Fogg's
argumentation on them.
We ci(nnot all play football, but we
i an talksQ.. let every student do his
share toward keeping up Nebraska's
On the 23rd and 24th of November,
tickets will be sold over the B. &
M. H. R., to students living within a
radillB of 200 miles of Lincoln, at a
rate of a fare and a third' for the round
trip Return limit, .Monday, Nov. 28th.
The College Man
Is Particular About His Shoes
Rates For Game.
A rate of one fare, plus 50 cents for
the round trip from points within a
radius of 200 miles from Lincoln has
been secured by Manager Davis for
the game with Illinois on Thanksgiv
ing. This information should be
spread, as many alumni and others
interested will want to take advantage
of the rate.
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N street.
Elliott's Sultorium, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable. 1136
O street. Both phones.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Dr. A. R. Mitchell has moved to 145
So. 11th street.
Bon Bpns and Venetian chocolates at
Maxwells, Thirteenth and N.
THE WALKOVER 8HOE
la the best shoe for men's
feet. Cur Lne is strictly up-to-date.
Call and let us
Rogers & Perkins
Succauori to Perkins & Sheldon Co.
1129 O 8troet
1326 O 8tre6t
If you got it at Armstrong's, it's
There seems to be the feeling prev
alent among the student body that the
staff of their "Daily." chosen the Lord
Mk JfA sPlssssv
113 North llth 8t.
Sole Agent for Lincoln.
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New Gazetteer of the World
New Biographical Dictionary
Edited by W.T. HAKHIS, Ph.D.. LL.D.,
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FREE, "A Test In Pronunciation," Initract-
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Publishers, Springfield, Mass,
Ono and Ono-Third Fare
(or tho Round Trip
To points within 200
miles of Lincoln Nov. 23
and 24. Final limit Nov.
City office 1 044 O St.,
Depot O and Fourth Sts.
E. P. SLOSSON, Gen.Agt
For Sale Only at ttarley's Drug Store, llth and O.
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