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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1905)
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tht Daily Uzbraskan
A oonsolldntlon of
Tim Hreprliui, Vol. 31, Tho Nl)mknn, Vol. 10
.- Sou-lot and Cn-nm, Vol. i.
PuMithed dally, oxoopt Bundny find Monday,
,it 0 Unlvontlty of Nohmflltii, Lincoln. Nb.
I.y Jho Ih-Hnn PubllnhlnR Co.,
IIOAim Or UniroTorw
Professor .f. I. Wycr, and O. It. lUchnrd:
H. I. Iy4'(iitt
John WrUovor It II. Wnlton.
Soojoly 11, II. Myorn.
Prod A. Swcoloy
D. P. DuYoung
A. O. Sohrulbor
WnlU-r E Btundcvt-n
R. A. VanOmlol
MInh Mlnnln Hlllor
A. F. Magtlunz, 8toto Farm
tyclitorliil Rooiiih ami Ilurtlna Offlco U 211jJ
" ' i;lwt. CJffio SUUiou A. Lincoln, Nbr.
HuUsoripUon PriMt, $2 W ''. In udvatico
Kntcml nt th- postoflloo nt Lincoln, Noli ,
im micond fhw.s mull mutter under the not of
J-onRcfctf of Mntvh a, IStt.
IndlidunlnotloM will boclmrnfd for nt the
mtu of 10 oontrt for rooh inmirtlon. Faculty,
dupurtmi'ntnl and unlvorKlty lmllxlins will
Kindly bo publlHbod f rw, uh hcrotofon.
(.JuIonr wo nro notlllnd to illMcontlnuo
Ilia pnpor for Llio nncoml nomt'Htiir, wo
will otitatlium to anml it to nil prudent
AUtjAcrltmM lnrlii(j tlio rest of tins noIiooI
yonr. Hubucrlborn aro rttrucHtly rQuealMl
l co-or"'rrtto with uh In tlilK mutter, and
If ttiu pxpor Ik not iloslrtMl for tlio iiext
Nrmetlfir, to kindly notify tlio itmimco
mnnU THoplionn Auto l.TJS; nlfilit
Uhonc, uto 2303. Olnor. I'nl. Hull,
ltfom U 10,.NOrontl Hour
Today is the last day of the Ait In
hibit arid it will doubtless bo the most
largely attended ono. The people who
bttvo'Htteudod thin week hava been up
lO'theaverago and if tomorrow does
not fUl below the expectation of the.
B. F. Davls'Tho proposed confer
ence ralo requiring ouo Bomcster col
lege attendance before participating In
collcgo athletics will bo dlsadvantage
oub to western collegoR. Tho obpoct
of the rule 1b to prevont 'drumming' up
athletes. Securing the services of men
for athlotlcs alone, regardless of
whether the man will ever, or cares to
ever, become a Htudent.
"If tho adoption of the rule would
prevent this, then all who stand for
clean athletics would say adopt It. Bat
It will not. The 'drumming' season
would only be changed to January in
stead of September. If such methods
on employed at all tho 'season' will
not have much to do with stopping
them. Tho rule will also operate to
keep out of college athletes who are
good students bocaubc they are com
pelled to stay, in college ono year be
fore being given recognition and allow
ed to participate In th"ir favorite col
Many men, prominent as students
and as athletes, have entered college
as a wort of an ex erlment. They
ipuld not have been persuaded to enter
had it not been for their love of ath
letic s, and had they been compelled to
sere an apprenticeship of one year,
all efforts lo get them to enter would
probably have failed. The fait that
the college will have an opportunity to
test a nnn's student qualities if the
rule is put Into force, has but little
weight, for it is difficult to 03timate
a freshman's real worth in one semes
ter. It often takes years. The rule
will hit the western college the hardest
breathe of the scarcity of small col
leges and preporatory schools near at
hand from which the college draws its
best men. Men who are not only ath
letes but students. The eastern col
lege can enter these men at any time
mid by having them in th college four
and one-half months can play them on
their college teams. I do not think
that tlwre are scriou.s enough evils
existing nt the present to warrant
.such an experiment as this rule. How
ever, if the Conference udopts the rule
Nebraska should fall In line."
Fresh home-made candies at Max
well's, 1126 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
it . '
Some now Brown Soft Hals in "nifty"
shapes came in last week The kind
sizzles at $2.50.
THE $2.50 HAT STORE 1140 O
management It will be tho moBt prof
itable of all. This exhibit Is, Indeed, a
grand beauty treat, paintings of all
nature aro represented thoro and It
will certainly repay auyono to take ad
antago of this tho last day.
January the Best Time of the
Whole Year in Which to
Buy a Cloak Cheap
Nor do you have to eoloct from old styles but fiom the host tho sea
son affords. Every garmcut in our stock, with tho exception of half a
dozen, is this season's purchase. There nro fully three montho yet In
which a winter coat will bo needed. Although wo cannot say in -what
styles next season's garments will be shewn, it is certain that tho tour
ist coats of thiB season will be good, as this was tholr first appearance
and thr hundreds sold will bo worn another year.
niack tourist and dioss coaU?, worth $7.50 to J6G.0O.
Now $5.63 to $41.25 '":
TouriwtK routs in plain colors and fancy mixtures, worth "$(P(o$6
Now $4.50 to $33.75
MILLER & PAINE
Corner O and 13th Street
Visiting and Address Cards
Programs, Invitations and
; ' ' ' ' i
Wc also manufacture Advertising
Buttons and Mirrors,
"clephoncs: A34O1 340c
Gbe fraternity BullMna
Corner 18th and N 8trts
Faulkner A Sharp, Prop.
Special RUs for PriUrntty Diaui,
Telephones: Automatic J 974, BU 97
RMnc, Automatic 1667, StU 87
DRUG CO. WhUaU ani RataB
"; . DRUGGISTS
Aotaut Phane 1 707 1 144 O Stmt
For something artistic aud
up-to-date try our Platinums
Rates for Students. . . ...
1029 O STREET
KADIS, The Tailor
Suits Made to Order $15 and up, .
Cleonin, DyeliiR aud Preelnir Oui'- Bpoclnlty.
Auto l'huno 2579 '
1444 Q Street . LINCOLN
MRS. J. W. PETRY
Retail . . .
23-1- So. Uth Street
Boll Phono 56-1 Auto Phono 66-1
GEO. A. WIL30N
Contractor and Builder
Kitimatca FurnliW upon Ayfllcatlaa.
lab Wotk Promatly AttciUM t
940 So. loth Lincoln. Mat,
Tho result of tho basketball game
uaginst Wohloyau, tho overwhelming
triumph over a team that defeated the
Highland Park team, camo as a pleas
ant BurprjHe to thcbaBketball support
ers. It was expected that the 'varsity
would win, but such a score was not
looked for. If the number of points
Wesloyan scored on fouls, however, Is
any criterion, tho men must play
cloaner ball. Games ae often won or
lost just- by fouling, and the cleaner
tho gamu wo play" tho better chauco we
have of winning. Tho team will start
nor Oi, nowover, with tho complete con
fldonco of tho Unlvorsltjr,
The usual large Friday morning au
dience heard Mrs. Raymond's organ re
cital yesterday morning. A different
musical program had been arranged
but did not materialize, and1 Mrs. Ray
mond, over ready, prepared her pro
gram at the last minute. Tho pieces
played,' well calculated to bring out her
ability, wore well received, especially
the light airy Andante, with variations,
by Haydon. So well was hor audience
pleased the encores wore called for
something quite unusual at an organ
Glee club photo at Townsenld's this
afternoon at 2 sharp. Standing col
lars, white ties. Mayor Bros., charge
t Hh jlrX B
Mrs. Franktsh will entertain the
graduate club o ftho University at the
University Woman's building, 12th and
Q streets, on Saturday evening, Janu
In less than.tbreo days from Lincoln what an agreeable change!
Why endure threo more long months of winter weather, when you can
leave it all and go to balmy California on a train like tho
C olden State.Liimitedl
Every comfort and convenience agorgeous hotel on wheels, if you
i loase expressly for you.
Dally via El Paso and tho Southern Pacific through Now "Moxico
Most southerly course quickest way to reach tho realm of suramor Ev
ery mile is a milo away from wiutor.
Full Information about this train aud' othor service to California
with booklet "The Golden Stato," promptly on request.
)R. H- BRINEc. F A.
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