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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1905)
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Zb Daily Utbraskati
A connolldntlon of
The Uwporiiui, Vol. 01, Tho NubrnHknn, Vol. 10
ScwUit nnd Croftm, Vol. 4.
Pnbllvlivd dully, oxecpt 8nndy nnd Monday,
.it tbo OnlvorBlty of Nebrtwkft, Lincoln, Nob.
by tbo Hesperian PubllnhlnB Co ,
Doadd Or DinKOTonH
rrofwwre J. I. Wyor, nnd O. It. Itlchardii:
H. P. Lonvltt
John WftHtovor E. R Walton.
Prod A. Swoeloy
. ' A. M Lovy
A. O. Sohrolbor
Wnltor K. Htnndovon
H. L. Bvrnn
A. P. Mnffdanz
Editorial Uooms and Dvwlnowi Off loo U 211)4
Post Off loo Station A. Lincoln, Nobr.
Babeoripllon Prico, 12 por year, In advance
RuUrod at tbo postoffloo at Llnooln, Njb.,
on Koooml-olom mail mnttor andor tho hot of
Indlvldaal notlccn will bo charpod for at tho
roto of 10 oontw for caoh lnortlon. Faculty,
dopartmontnl nnd unlvurwlty bullutinH will
fflodly Ihj published f roc, an hontoforo.
cxirciso our Interests must, of courso,
bo voluntary, but thoy should bo gen
erally voluntary. Convocation should
b; much hotter ntlemfed than at pres
ent. Wo owo it to tho faithful com
mittee having thoee programs in
chargo to show our appreciation of
their offorts, but mest of all wo owe
it to onrselvos to hear all these coo.l
things, many of which may nover come
our way again.
No student in tho University inter
ested in debate and argumentation
should fall to suUBcrlfoo for "Doth
Sides," the new debating journal. A
magazine containing complete bibliog
raphies on current questions and briefs
vorkod up by tho highest talont in tho
i ountry will bo extremely helpful to all
debaters and writers. Nebraska holds
I ho highest place in the middle west in
debate, and should be well represented
not only in tho subscription list, but
on tho editorial staff of this paper. A
club of fifty ought to bo organized here
without effort and overy debater should
sign his namo to the subscription list.
To obtain the utmost effectiveness
lrom our daily work it is absolutely
OLEE CLUB CONCERT
Tho annual Oleo Club concert will bo
given next Friday ovonlng at tho Oli
ver theatre Tho boys and their di
rector, Mr. Barnes, have boon putting
forth ovory offort to make tho Univer
sity Oleo Club an organization of
which not only wo of tho University,
but all Nebraskans might bo proud.
Mr. Eames' namo stands for more
than individual attainments as an art
ist. Whatever ho' is connected with
ho leads with serious, qarnest offort
toward what stands for tho best and
highest. This does not mean that all
that takes place In his namo roaches
in attainment all ho might wish but
rather that it is foundod on, and has
workod along tho honest linos of legiti
mate art and ho dosorves moro than
more thanks for his untiring and en
couraging offorts as well as for tho
financial support wiiich ho has volun
In tho short tlmo that ho has been
connected with tho club, which was in
a remnant and almost unorganized
condition when ho come to tho rescue,
Mr. Eames has accomplished wonder
ful results. Thoro has been stoady
improvement in both tho work aud co
operative IntoreBt of tho members of
tho club and thoro is ovory reason to
believe that this year's concort will
bo much bottor than last year's.
Without sacrificing musical merit,
Mr. Eames haB arranged a program
which will bo of more interest to the
However, all tho above is relative to
tho merits of the club In itself. But
success doponds not only on merit, but
upon recognition and support. No
matter how good football wo play, we
would nover havo ranked where wo do
today without Nebraska support. The
Oloo Club has novor yet boon given
University support and yot it is the
ono function which can create and pro
mote collego spirit. Wo need our Oleo
Club to be recognized as worthy by
other universities, but to do this we
must first have recognition at homo. Itrj
will not only mean Gleo Club recogni
tionit will bring our university to
tho front, for university rank depends
Magee & Deemer
The Best For Men.
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We have gone through our stock
carefully and taken all broken lots
and sizes and put to themselves. We
will direct our attention to these,
putting ridiculously low prices on
every item. Consult the list, and if
interested in a single item, buy now,
for.'w.ith a reduction of from a third
to oue-nalf we expect to close lots
rapidly. Among the lines included are
O'Coats, Fur Coats, Men's and Young Men's
Business Suits, Underwear, Caps, Sweaters,
Mittens and Men's Shirts.
REMEMBER, We Sell Only The Best Grades.
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New Spring Hats coming in. All styles.
One price, $2.50.
I THE $2.50 HAT STORE - 1140 O
essontlal that wo have a period of
mental relaxation every day; a period
when our minds aro entirely diverted
from Btudy; when wo can follow some
master mind, some" masier speaker or
Homo master player, and for the time
not be compelled to load for ourselves.
Tho tri-weokly convocation offers Just
this opportunity for relaxation. The
lommitteo in chargo of the programs
provide from day to day speakers of
icnown in their various lines, readers
of great merit, musicians of excep
tional Ability, and to do tho best for
ourselves wo cuat iot tc miss a tin
gle convbcatlu.i. In no mo institi ti)n:t
i napel afondan- : is imd' couipulBory,
and this rule ily vo'i j'.y l.i forced but
compulsory' attendance upon convoca
tion would defeat the end alnied to ac
ompllteh. To get tho mobt from these
Crescent Bowling Alleys
1134 N STREET
You shoilld have a Phonograph in
your home. Let us sell you one on
8katoS ground by electricity. Bicy
cle repairing. Athletic goods.
The College Man
h Particular About Hit Shoes
Gil aid Cycle G'mpy
J304 O Street
on more than athletic prominence nnd
It is the emperativo duty of every
University Btudent to go to tho con
tort next- Friday evening and not only
go, but bo enUiuslostic help bring our
club to tho front and encourago thorn
and their loader for gaining tho ground
thoy havo gained toward tho goal.
Minnesota has decided to havo ad
baseball team this season. This mat
ter, which has been hanging in the
air for somo time, has prevonted Man
ager Allon from completing his
schedule Minnesota will bo without
a doubt ono of tho teams Included In
tho schedulo. With Minnesota addod
the schedule for tho varsity will In
oludo throo "big nine" teams: IlllnolB,
Chicago and Minnosota. No dato has
been set for this gamo yet, but it will
likely occur about tho- first of May.
"ir drossing, shampooing at tho
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3WSt. ilh LINCOLN
For Dances nncl Parti oh, soo
"TOMMY" at Rlggs' Drug Store
Finest Punch furnished for all occa
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