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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1905)
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the Daily Hebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hoflporlan, Vol. 81, Tho Nebrnnkan, v"ol, 10
Sosrlot nxA'Ctotm, Vol. 4.
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at tho Unlvornlty of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nob
by tho Hesperian Publishing Co .,
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Profowiors. J. I. Wyor, and 0. R. Richard:
IL P. Lcavitt
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A. O. Schrelber
A. M Levy
Walter E. 8tandoTon
AUilotle - R. A. VanOradol
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The small boy epidemic haahrokon
out again. Six balls weie stolen dur
ing yesterday's game. A half dozen
stolen this early in the season means
a dozen later on. An examplo ought
to be made of tho next culprit. A de
cided stand taken now by the manage
ment will show1 tho thieves that they
run a risk In stealing every ball
which comes over the fence. They have
been allowed to do as thoy please, so
far, without any sort of watch being
set upon them, and the number of
bolls lost yesterday Is an Indication of
tl.elr boldness. There is one way to
stop this. Make the first "kUH' caught
At tho regular weekly meeting of.
tho Medical1 Society -held lniho Y. W.
C A. rooms Friday night, tho pro
gram committee veered a little from
Ma regular course "and entertained an
Interested audience with tho following
well executed numbers. Mr. 8toakes'
production was especially well re
ceived: Instrumental solo Miss Tucker.
Vocal boIo Mr. Dates.
Recitation (original) Miss Gibson.
Vocal duet Miss Tucker, Mr.
Instrumental Miss Pool.
Vocal solo Mr. Clark.
"Medics Psalm of Life" Mr.
Light refreshments were served
which concluded one of the most pleas
ant evenings in the history of tho Society.
THE MEDICS' PSALM OF LIFE.
Tell mo not In Idle numbers,
Life Is but an empty dream;
For the taskB which are assigned us
Make all Medic students scream.
Life Is realj Life is -earnest!
An Internship Is our goal
Visions of a chair at Harvard
Visit our prophetic soul.
Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,
Ib our present object then;
But to study that tomorrow
Shall not sec ub flunk again.
Tasks are long and time is fleeting,
And our hearts, tho brave and strong
Palpitate with sudden terror
When to recite we're called1 upon.
In tho quizz room's field of action,
In the faculty's keen sight,
Bo not a Hunker like the many.
Be a bright and shining light
Do no sleeping howe'er pleasant;
Rouse ye early from your bed.
Get your lessons for the present;
Labor now but fame ahead.
Tho our friends at tim6s remind us.
We may miss the path of fame
And departing, leave behind us
Misty memories of our name
Memories that future Modlcs
In their young ambitious day,
Will forgot with painful promptness
When we've gone upon our way
Let us still be up and doing,
Seeking a scientific life;
If we cannot be a specialist,
Maybo we can be his wife.
The General Electric Company has
applied for a mechanical engineering
apprentice, to take up uteam turbine
A. B. Brown, '04, electrical engineer
ing, Is in the city and has visited a
good many of his friends in the University
There are Many Imitations of
, H M
Dor?t be misled by them 1
Our trade-mark, is on every
package of genuine goods.
Under the decisions of several
United States Courts, no
'other chocolate or cocoa than
Walter Baker f Cos is en
titled to be sold as "Baker's
LookfihuTrade-MA Cocoa" or "Baker's Chocolate"
Our handsomely illustrated recipe book
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Established 780 Dorchester, Massachusetts
45 Highest Awards in Europe and America
-Xht Coal man
'" ' NO. J 044 O STREET
"has It for less." Get the
habit, go to
RIGGS, the Drug Cutter."
13J11 O HTHKET.
Easy Payments, Trading, Prompt Ripilrlng
Lyman's, 291 so, urn,
An oinnioiiB silence on tho part of
the Freshmen is leading the upper
clusses, the Sophs in particular, to be
ll ove that the appearance of tho last
year men in their class caps Is not far
"distant. In their Freshman year the
rntimbors-of '07 sought to destroy this
University tradition by wearing a class
cap. How well the tradition was kept
intact by the efforts of '05 and '06 is
new an Interesting portion of Univer
sity history. In spite of the total ani
hllatlon of the- obnoxious headgear in
tended to decorate tho crowns of their
predecessors the Freshles have ordered
caps, and assert that they will wear
them, at least once. Tho Sophs say,
and the Juniors and Seniors agree
with them, that tho first appearance
will also be tho final appearance of the
I L. Hershoy, "0G, intends to leave
his work this semester and take up ir
rigation work on a party in western
II. P. Warren, '05, Civil engineering,
has obtained an appointment from the
government to work on the Panama
Canal, Ho expects to leave for Pana
ma sometlmo during the week.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Prea.
A. J. Sawyer, Vico-Preaidont.
H. S. Froeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asat. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asat. Cashior.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
Summer School in Mechanic Arts
1TAT COLLEGE Or KENTUCKY
Elective couriei are provided In ill subjects taught in
mechanical and electrical engineering schools. Special
attention is tjlren to shop courses, mechanical drawing
and design, mathematics, mechanics ol engineering,
theoreticalelectrlcal subjects, laboratory courses in steam
and electrical engineering. Ten weeks, beginning June
8th. F. Paul Anderson, Dean. For detailed Informa
tion relative to any special line of work, address
JOHN T. FAIQ, Registrar. Lcxlnbton, K
Elictrlc Shoe Repair Factory
A meeting of tho Dobatlng Associa
tion was announced by President An
drews for 11 o'clock yesterday, but on
account of a quorum falling to appear
the meeting was not called to order.
A notice appeared yesterday that an
other meeting will be called Thursday
at 11 o'clock In U 110. Several matters
of Importance will be considered at
this meeting, and every membei is
un' n bo present.
Tho Mahler bomb calorimeter, which
was ordered by tho Mechanical En
gineering Dopartnnmt, arrived yester
day and will be set up and used in
testing tho coal from tho boiler trials.
This instrument is the standard of the
world for testing solid and liquid fuels
and will fill a long felt want In this
work In tho Engineering Laboratory.
GRAND MASK CARNIVAL.
Owing to tho many requests of those
who took part in tho last carnival at
the Auditorium Skating Rink, tho
management has decided to hold an
other of those fun producing parties
on Friday evening, April 7. GTand
march at 9:30 when all masks will be
removed and four handsome prizes will
Qo to SIDLES, the Up-
to-Date Sporting Goods
Man, for Base Ball sup-
o plies, all Athletic Qoods.
H. E. IDLE
1317 O St., Lincoln, Nb.
Men who have cards out will please
call at Y. M. C. A. rooms and replace
same at once.
The new Y. M. C. A. cabinet will
meet Saturday ovening at 8 o'clock.
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