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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1904)
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Zhi Daily Tltbraskan
A consolidation of
Tlie Bonporiiui, Vol. 01, Tho Nubraskan, Vol, II
Scnrlot and Croam, Vol. L
this year, has the affair In charge,
should have thciearty Bupport
cwry Rtudent In the university.
Published daily, except Sunday and Monday,
at tbe University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nab.
by the Hcsporlan Publishing Co.,
BoinD Or DrnxoTOBS
Profeaaors J. I. Wyor, and O. It Richards I
II. P. Leavltt
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rred A. Swealay
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Subscription Price, 12 per year, In adrasoa
Entered at the postofflce at Llnooln, Nb
as sooond-oiass mall matter under the act af
con gross of March 0, 1870.
Individual notices will be charred for at tha
rat of 10 cents for oaoh insertion. Faculty,
untrersity buiiouns mi
. f re, ns herotofora.
dopnrtmentnl and untrersity
gladly be pnuUsheu I
Till". COKMIl'sKKIt ItAXQITICT.
The NYbraskan slumld like to see the
Cornhusker banquet made nn annual
cent As a means lor holding the in
terest In and devotion to the university
and unlveislty affairs, of the graduates
of Nebraska, such an eent held eery
ear at the close of the football sea
ton, (ould not be surpassed Nebras
ka uheady has a lojnl liost of alumni
scattered all oer the country, and
theie is nothing conneitod with their
alma mater In which they take more
Interest or greater piido than the foot
ball team It would be u grand thing
A PROMINENT PART.
(Continued from Page 1.)
ka, as lecturers and attendants,
university oxperlonee of these
gave to tho lectures and exhibitions
ot Nobraska's resources a dignity and
nttractlvcncBS maintained by no other
"Professor A. I.. Haeckcr, In tho
enrly part of tho season, was In
charge of the Nebraska dairy exhibit
at the fair, designing tho same and
making it ono of the attractive feat
urea of the exposition dairy show.
I i of. Haeckor also succeeded in on
to: in Ah. Charles Mollck In the expo
sition butter making tostB, In which
Mr. Millck scored the highest of all
his ompetitors, thereby winning a po
sition In the Model Dairy as chief oper
ator, from which, he has Just gone to
becomo assistant In dairying in tho
Kansas Agricultural college at Man
hattan. "In tills connection It Is only proper
to call attention also to the excellent
rrvord made by the exposition depart
ii iit of agricultuie and horticulture,
at the head of which is V. W. Taylor,
fo:mer1y professor of horticulture and
superintendent of Farmers' Institute at
the University of Nebraska Mr. Tay
lor has been connected with every ex
position since 187G, and Is considered
Urn most aluable exposition organizer
in the country. Nebraskans and uni
erglty alumni will especially lemem
ber his magnificent exhibit of hoitl
culture at tho Omaha exposition, as
well as at Buffalo. At this exposition
he has maintained two of the largest
i partments in the exposition organi
zation, with great credit to himself
and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
"I cannot close this artii le without
(ailing attention to th line showing
made by the unlveislt In its exhibits
at the fair Vbile no special collect
he exhibit was made in the Unlvers
i y Section in the Palao of Education,
the university showing in the Nebras
ka section was a splendid oneJn ever
a. crowning In a lltting manner the
exhibition or the Nebraska school sys
tem fiom the kindergarten to its high
est courses In awards the university
iet. ived a gold medal for its collective
exhibit, while Miss Edith Webster, of
the Dena-.tment or Ocologj , received a
K'(! medal for special designs and in
htaliatiou In the Department of Min-
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3 Weeks Till Christmas g
and in looking for his present don't over-
look the store with the "real" things that
will appeal to him.
Ii THE $2.50 HAT STORE 1141 O
jf-itBfc )t)liiOC'&' )K(r3Jt)HHfj(Cjt3KJtiH fc jfc 3(ti1(-6-3(--lt?K jv5H3f$ H p VK ilCi- ' ))())())(
, lorJebraska spirit, If the Cornhusker
banquet could be mode the occasion
"every year for a big reunion of Ne
bmskagraduates, when men from all
parts of the country might return for
a short visit to their old home, and
sec tho progress that has been made
sIulo their times, and glory' In the
part thoy themsehes have played In
bringing It all about.
Nebraska Is young among the great
universities of the country, but sho
Is beginning to have a history and
traditions, and some pride in what she
has done and Is doing, not alone In ath
letics, but In those things which count
for even more. To make the Corn
husker banquet each year an affair of
some sentiment and dignity, and to
moke It the recognized time for all
"old grads." to renow, for a fow hours,
the memories of their college days, is
the purpose of the organization which,
ing, the State Museum received a sil
ver medal for Its collective exhibit of
coils, minerala and building materials,
and a bronze medal on individual ex
hibits of soils and minerals, and the
university a bronze modal upon Ita
. ollectlon of photographs Illustrating
mineral resources. Other awards to
the university wore a gold medal upon
a collection of photographs Illustrating
mineral resources. Other rewards to
the university were a gold medal upon
a Collection of photographs illustrating
threshed grains and seeds, and a gold
modal on an exhibit of Reed's yellow
corn. Prof. Barbour also roceived a
gold modal upon an Individual exhibit
of magnificent cannas.
"H. O. SHEDDX Secretary
"Nebraska State Commission."
Magee & Deeme
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A Comprehensive Display of
Holiday Requisites for Men
Correct styles and exclusive designs
are some of the characteristics of
many lines we are showing
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in exceptional values at $5, $6 and $7.50.
HOUSE COATS c new brown two-
toned effects at $5, $6, $.d0
BATH ROBES ' f;lc' flannelette, terry
cloth and German blanket,
extra long at $3, $4, $5, $6 and S7.50.
FANCY VESTS ?f,si!k- ol and neat wash
--------- fabrics, single or double
breasted, at $1.50, $2, $2.50 and up to $6.
The best makes of gloves, pajamas, fancy hose, neck
wear and other appropriate gifts for a
We Invite a Careful Looking.
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DEFENDS THE LAWS.
Member of Law College Assails
The College Man
Is Particular About His Shoes
Chairs for ladies.
1018 O street.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln Local Express, 1030 N street.
(L'Mng whatever disuellou It may
possess. The Nebraskan gladly pub-liFr-es
(ommunications, assuming, how
ter. no responsibility for the .senti
ments they may contain)
Kditor Daily NebrasKan.
As fair-minded students, the readers
o! The Dallj Ncbiaskan will recognize
the fact that the article In jestoi day's
paper pertaining to tho lootbnll cham
plotiFhip whollj aoid' the point at
It U ontended that the point at Is
sue is whether or not It is right for
the Sophomores to (om-ly with the
rules. Is this the point at issuance?
Was not this the point at Issue whe.i
the I aw classes were admitted Into
the inter-class contests? All (Academ
ic's) arguments are irrelevant. It is
not now a question as to whether or
not they should have been admitted
or of any injustice that may have re
sulted to the Academics from such ad
mission, but the one and only qucstloj
Is: Should the Freshman Laws be
pwurded. the championship under the
rules? We ask ou to read the rjles
and answer the question according to
a just interpretation. The Freshman
Laws have complied with the rule-.
They have defeated the Junior and
Senior 1 aw teams and have chal
lenged the SophomoreB for--the--ftuaL
game for tho university class cham
pionship. Does not a just Interpreta
tion of the rules entitle the Freshman
Laws to the championship? It is con
tended that the Laws can take part in
the Academic classes. Though tho nr
gunient is not pertinent, we submit
this statement of the registrar In an
swei : -
University ot Nebraska,
December 6. 190-1.
To Whom it May Concern:
It has been the custom since the
formation of the (ollege of law for
the different classes therein to have
their own class organizations. Thoy
were therefore excluded from tho claaB
meetings of the other clasB organiza
B. II. CLARK.
"Academic" further says we are ask
ing more of his team than has ever be
fore beon asked of any Academic team.
We ask only what the rules under
which, tho championship will be award
ed asks. Is that asking too imich? If
so, nren't the Sophomores asking too
much in seeking the championship un
der rules with which they will not
He au'ieuls to tho moral point of
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