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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1904)
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the Daily Debraskan
For Social Functions
A consolidation of
The Hcxporinn, Vol. Id, Tlio Nubrnskfin, Vol, It
Sctvrlot nnd Cronm, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday nnd Monday,
&t tlio Unlvornlty of Nebraska. Lincoln, Nob,
by tho HeHporlnn Pulilltriilng Co.,
Board Or DinroTona
Professors J. I. Wjcr, nnd 0. K. Richard I
' II. P. Loavltt
John Wcstover E. R. Walton.
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ttdltor-InOhiof Panl A. Ewlng
UannRer A. O. Sohrelber
Oircraltftor Walter E. 8tnndoTen
Ass't. Adv.Mnnager Fred Naughtoa
Athlotlo .... Fred A. Sweoley
Local ... D. P. DoYoung
Society Miss Minnie Billet
Literary Miss TotattotUr
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congress of March 0, 1870.
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nnd the many parties and receptions of
the next few months you will certainly
want a tight fitting dress suit.
Our stock of tuxedos and. full dress
frock suits is very attractive. Best
qualities skilllully tailored and priced
modestly. White and fancy vests, full
dress shirts and everything )u need
for dress wear, including' a swell line
of patent leather shoes.
Overcoats are moving briskly. All the popu
lar styles are on our tables and ready for your
selection. Perfect fitting overcoats of all lengths,
pricing from ?10 to $30. Some extra good values
at" SI 5
MINNKSOTWS ATT IT I 1)1:.
If the report proves tmo whlth Tin
Nebrnskan published cslerda to the
e fleet that the riiivcrslty of Minnesota
has decided to attempt to secure the
lejecLlon ol the Ft ('simian eligibility
rule pnhsed lij the conl-rcitc Univers
ities in Chicago lnt inouth, one of the
wisest methods lor solving tin' (pics
tior. of professlonnllKin in college nlh
lclits will lie menaced. The Nelnas
I up should like lo wee the inle main
tained and put into full foue, not
only by thoac institutions within the
( onloroncc, but by eer college ol
impoitaneo in the west, and' Minne
sota's aetlon is a diieit blo at the
consummation ol this (Usire.
The NobrnHlum Itas already ex
pressed its sentiments on thi.s point,
bul.i It is not out of order to do so
agnin. The onl objection we have
heard ur&ed iiRalns-t the rule heinn put
into operation here, is the assertion
that by it we should !.e de.tixed ol
mm-h material tor our athletic tenuis
which could not sell l.e spared. Hut
surely we could sutler no more heavily
in thih respect than the majority ol
our neighbors, and we are ceitaln that
even were the contrary the result, the
effect would be merely emporary, tor
men who sincerely deshe to taUe part
in rmiversily athletiesnre- not (irlght
ened by any requirement such as that
to 'which the Gophers so strenuously
object. On the other hand, men who
desired to receive money for their
services as athletes would be discour-
i.pcd by the requirement, and tho pro
tctslonallrim wliicli hns undoubtedly
Hi rived for t lie past few years among
trveral of Nebraska's neighbors would
be hard hit.
Just what motives may haw.1 influenced-
Minnesota's action, We can
not, of ctmi'FC, afcseit. We should .lot
iiKo t( believe that the Gophers disap
prove of tho nrobable effects of tho
rule as we hae outlliuMl-them above.
But we believe, nevertheless, that .Min
nesota hns made a great mistake in
rejecting tho rule (if, indeed, she has
ieally done so) and particularly so be
fore the latter has been oven tried.
It will cause Minnesota's athletes to
be looked upon with something eij
(!(.-( to siisi It io t, whhli may be
wliollj undeserved At an tale, we
believe the rule should be upheld
Columbia has tecelved a nunlque
piesent from the Chinese goci.imcut
consisting ol a opy of the Stnndaid
dictiomuy ol I In Chinese language it
consists of more than .'.Dit') natie vol
umes or oer-lu0 volume- of the size
of an I'higlis-h Encyclopedia.
The athletic department of Waseda
unheislty. Japan, ate ttylng to at
lange an inter-untional naselmll match
with Stunl'ord university. This Jap
anese univeisitj won the iuter-collegi
ate cliampionshi) ol Japan and has a
Vale (ollege lias a iotii.se In insut-nnce-
which is entering upon its set
ond ye:ir. Yale is unique in this te
spect as no other institution of learn
ing in this (ounti) can boast of a
course in life insurance.
GEO. A. WILSON
Contractor and Builder
Kitlmatci Furnished upon Application,
lofc Work Promptly Attended to.
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SOUKUP & WOOD
Expert Cleaners and Dyer9
1320 N Stroot
TvH Htif Pml
Vou are invited to on restore. We have tlio kind
of Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds, Cut Glass and Sil
verware that we are proud to show- We hope to
see you within the next few days.
M. O. 1AOLFF, l39
South ijlli Street.
At the TJnrveTStryoT Call lorn in a
number of the women at -gutting out
an attractive California calendai. Tin
money obtained In this fashion will be
given to the use ol the Y. W. ('. A.
Merry Christmas Shoppers
Find no end of suggestions
Frank- E. I.oo, Public Stenographer
nnd Notary. Mh..?ocraphic- letters;
Dlk. Auto 1155.
Dinners and suppers 92.50 por week.
The Home Cafo, 211 S. 12th.
Visiting and Address Cards
Programs, Invitations and
We also manufacture Advertising
Buttons' and Mirrors.
Telephones: A349. 3400
MILLER & PAINE'S
Boxes, barrels, hales, bundles, have been .unloaded
only have to look about and the Inspirations come.
Anything in Japanese is Popular Just Now.
and for some reason cheap; besides it
Ih as truly artistic as ever. Tho din
ner gongs, the delicate portlorres of
bamboo straws, various vessels,
scieens, ets , are here to meet this de
mand. Hias..s Uton.e vases and koras, aitls
tlc shapes, $1.2(1, $1.50, $2.00, $).G0.
?r..00. 90.OO. $13.50, $20.(0 each.
Fancj lanterns, pagoda and house
t-liapos, of metal or bank, $3.5t, $3.75,
1.00, $1.50, $5.ui), $0.(10, $7.50 eah.
Japanene Uiuss Gongs,
(he-piece, $2.0J), $5.00, ?0.50.
Fancy Japanese Screens, silk and
cloth, hand-painted and embroidered.
$1.50, $;U)0, $4.00, $0.00.
Bamboo fort lores in clover and beau
tiful designs, $7.00 to $13.00.
Japanese Tables, $7.00.
Oriental Morutlabad, Bonures -and
embossed brasB vases, cups, pin trays,
smoking sets, card trays, 50c, !)0e, $1.00,
$1.00, $1.70. $1.90, $2.00. $2.25, $3,00.
$3.50, $4,00, $4.50, $75, $8.25, $0.00, $12
These goods are in the drapery de
partment, second floor."
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