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A consolidation of
111 Hesperian, Vl. 01, Tho Nobraskan, Vol, II
Ooarlct find Oroara,Vol. 4.
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Board Or Dihxotoba
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H. P. Lsavlt
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Heirs - J . Clyde Moor
Athletlo . . . . Fred A. Sweats?
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THK CONKKKKNOE IlUI.KS.
The rulings passed by tho represen
tatives to tho conforonco universities
nt Chicago lost week have been tho
cause of much discussion since ail over
tho west. Tho adoption of the one
semester residence rule has called
forth especial comment. Somo of our
exchanges, speculating on tho result
this law will have on tho future
standard of Conference athletics, have
boon at somo loss as to how tho mat
tor will bo rogarded by Independent
institutions. Somo of thorn are par
ticularly curious to know what Ne
braska's course will bo. '
Perhaps Tho Nobraskan is not' in a
position to answor this quory. Frank
ly, wo do not know) how closely the
nilo will bo observed by our athletic
authorities. But that it should bo
carried out to tho letter wo consider
an imperative duty. It will weaken
us, to bo sure, but that Is not a con
sideration and, If It were, would find
answer in tho fact that wo can suffer
by it no more heavily than those other,
'universities with which wo desire to
koop In touch.
Wo fool that Nebraska now has her
chanco to prove that she is not given
over to professionalism-,--which for so
many years has been charged against
her. Wo aro sure that tho strict ob
servance of tho Conforonco rule will
tend to prevent a possiblerlapse into
professionalism in tho future. In
short, wo most heartily commend tho
spirit and foresight which prompted
tho adoption of tho rule, and desire
to see it put into full effect at Nebraska.
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A man who knws what good elbthing should
be, wants something more than to be be decently
protected from the weather. He wants STYLE
that hard-to-seize. intangible something that makes
one tailor's work the inspiration of the art sense:
and another's just clothes. The quickest and sur
est way to estimate the value of Armstrong's clothes
is to judge the clothing by the handiwork of the
finest tailor. There's no going around the fact that
our stylish Suits and Overcoats at
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00
will stand every test and will prove themselves -""
worthy of your fullest confidence. '
$ Armstrong Clothing Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
porfectly satisfied with this fence as
a fence. But what is tho uso of It?
There is too little of the beautiful
loft on our campus to bo utterly dis
regarded. Anything that can bo done
to ipreserve what Is loft of tho aes
thetic on. tho university grounds ought
to boydone, by all means. That the
student body will not walk around
but insist on destroying tho grass plot
referred to is tho complaint. But Is
a rouch iron fence bettor than a
smoothly worn path? Nolthor ought
to be, of course, and if tho matter wore
brought homo to the students In tho
proper mannor nolthor would be. But
what'B the uso of this fence? Perhaps
tho powers that bo aro tempting us by
placing a bone of contention close at
hand to be fought for by tho classes,
at tho cost of grass and shrubbery un
told. Perhaps, after all, this is tho
"intlntlon of It."
Improve in an honest endeavor. Or
it may have an oposlto offect. It may
make him think that he is an object
of contempt to all who know him;
that he is not as good as others; that
his society is not wanted; that he is
not man enough to hold up his head,
and look another in tho oye, and with
this feeling he will cease to endeavor.
Probably, undoubtedly, wo could no
longer tolerate the man In our midst,
but would not a .private dismissal
have been more beneficial, and havo
accomplished all that a dismissal
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Transfer Co.; beggag.
If you got it at Armstroiig's, it's
For Furs boo Steele, 143 8. 12th St.
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TO I1EAUTIFY THE CAMPUS.
Another improvement is being made
on tho campuB which will add greatly
to tho beauty of our already beauUful
surroundings. Again wo are! to be
greeted evory time wo turn around
by tho sight of a fence cutting In two
tho pretty grass plot in front of the
Library. The fence is a work of art,
from a mechanical point of view, be
ing straight, perpendicularly and horl
ozntally', accurately constructed and
firmly sot in place. No complaint is
forthcoming on this score. Wo aro
Considerable comment is rife among
tho university students regarding tho
public posting of a certain student's
name with the information that this
student," for general Inefficiency in
work, had boon requested to withdraw
from the university. Of course the
failure of any one to come up to tho
standard necessary to permit ono to
remain in tho university is deplorable,
and. doubtless tho authorities were
right in their request that he with
draw. Buthow much good does the
publication of the matter do? If
It is intended to make an example of
this unfortunate, perhaps the method
is warranted, but it la doubtful. The
students know -wttiat is expected, what
is required In order to remain on
rolled in good Btondlng, and tho fact
the ono has failed1 is not necessary to
bring homo to thorn this warning. If
tho student body Is not benefitted, Is
the Individual? It is branding the
man In a manner that will leave a
mark for a long time. It Is making
his failure public, and the students
critics. This may have one of two
effects. It may causo tho offender, if
offender ho be, to mend his ways, and
VERY SUCCESS HAS ITS OWN COAL
We have been very successful -in
catering to weddings and parties
where something EXTRA FINB
la wanted. Why can't we iurnlsh
you with your Groceries for all
ia i South 13th Street
Saturday, Dec. 3.
Present your card
Get the habit.
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For firfct-class Tailoring:
at low prices, nee Union
College Student Tailors
Phones; Automatic 3255,
Bell 209. jfc jt j
Union College Tailors H
South FnWncc Ceflg Building
Linciscy's Cigar Store
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
Cy EtndMtp's IWxtur
Or SMQKINQ TOBACCO
tit North th St.' LINCOLN, NBB
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