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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1905)
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Cbe all? Bebtaelian
Gfo Daily ttebrasltan
A ooithoudatlon of
Tho Hcaporlan, Vol. 01. Tho Nobrnnknn, vol, 10
Scarlet nnd Grown, Vol. 4.
Ppbllajtwl dallr. oxcoptBundny and Monday,
it tho UnlvcrBlty of Nobraskn, Lincoln, Nob.
by tho Henporian Publishing Co.,
Board Or bmicrrons
ProfcflBors J. I. Wyor, nnd O. R. Richards:
II. P. Lenvltt
John WefltoTOr E. It Walton.
Fred A. Bwooloy
A. O. Sohreibor
A. M Levy
Walter E. Standcven
R. A. VnnOrudel
II. L. Swan
H. O. Myors
A. F. MaRdani
Kdltorial Rooraa and BuMnwi Of fico U 21 H
Pout Offlco Station A. Lincoln, Nobr.
Arrangements hnvc been completed
vlnreby the Colorado track team will
be brought to Lincoln for a track meet
this year. The 'Varsity track team
met Colorado last year at Boulder
and were defeated by 2 to 1. But the
meet this year promises to bo much
closer with the advantages slightly in
favor of tho 'Varsity.
The date set has been May 20th and
if nothing intervenes to blight tho
blight hopes of a successful team the
pr-ople from the mountain tops will
taste the bitter cup of defeat. A great
ihany men arc out each day for prac
tioo and the new men are Improving
V( ry fast. The long runs aro being
veil taken care of by an exceptionally
large squad of men. The sprints and
other events are also being looked af
ter by both voterans and new men.
Captain Hagensick conducts the work
each day and In so doing has greatly
aided Dr. Clapp who has been very
busy with other athletic work.
Subscription Prlco, $2 per yenr, In advance
Entered nt tho postofllco nt Lincoln, Neb.,
an Booond-olttss mall matter under tho act of
conjrrcsa of March fl, 1870.
Individual notices will bo charaed for at the
riito of 10 ccntH for onoh iiiHortlon. Faculty,
departmental nnd university bulletins will
gladly bo published f roo, oh heretofore.
Notlcos and subscriptions may
be left at tho Dally Neb'raskan
office, or at tho Co-Op. Book
It is just at this time of the year
that seniors in high school arc arriv
ing at a decision as to which college or
univetsity Is to be honored next year
by their presence. In each of the bun
dled and fifty high schools of Nebraska
there is at least one boy or girl who is
going to college next year Why should
not each and every one of them come
to their own state university? Other
colleges aro carrying on active cam
paigns for new students, and Nebraska
cannot sit idly by and let students
go out or the state. We ourselves
must enter Into a student campaign.
The Easter vacation begins in two
weeks. Then is the time to button
hole your high school friends and ex
patiate on the virtues of our own state
institution. If you liveJn Nebraska,
don't let a friend go out of the state,
If you live In another state, don't at
tempt to rob the uuUersity of that
state of students, for reciprocity is a
popular principle now, but if a friend
Intends to go outside, that state, make
him come here.
Resolved, That railroads should bo
prohibited, by law, from granting
passes to others but thor employees,
h the question that will be debated
tonight at the Studonts' Debating Club.
Compbell nnd Bednar speak on the
Zavodsky arr Berky on the defen
sive The uso and abuse of the free pass
has rrow become almost universal
among public men, and the question of
its abolishment is one of local as well
as national concern. Congress recent
ly refused to even consider a resolu
tion introduced by Congressman Baker
f'oru New1 York demanding that the le
gality of Its issue be settled by the
Interstate Commerce Commission. It
was made an Issue In the candidacy
of Geo. W. Berge for governor at the
Inst election, and the stale legislature
defeated arr "Anti-Pass Bill" by a nar
row margin of three votes.
Its uses arrd abuses will be disclosed
In tho debate tonight.
With the publication of 60 many ar
tistic cards .and booklets there are few
who do not take advantage of thift
opportunity to exchange friendly greet
ing. We never had so fine a collection of
novelties at this season and we believe
there Is not such another ebautlful
display in the city.
Now is the best time to make selec
tions. Some of the choicest things
will be gone later.
Thfcre are cards, foldors, crosses,
book mar Its, sachets, post cards, Iru
rorted paper novelties, framed pic
tures, etc, at prices ranging from lc
Miller & Taine
O and J 3 th Streets.
Progress On Sombrero.
All of the material tor the Sorrr
l.rero Is rrow in with the exception of
contributions to the joke department
This department is left open in order
to record all current events of note
up to the time of publication. The
(in toons and perr and ink work, orrc
of the unique features of the book, is
completed. The staff of Sombrero art
ihth rrot only embrace the highest tal
ent in the University, but several of
the well known aitists throughout the
The artists and their most impor
tant contributions include- the fol
lowing: Mary Bedwell, Holdrege Cartoon on
the Sophomore scrap over the appoint
ment of Sombrero editors.
A A Sever.i, artist on the Lincoln
Star Pen and ink sketches in joke
Eleanor Barbour Illustrated jokes
Mabelle Sears Sketches In society
Phil Harrison Society designs.
Phil Harrisona8klowlngo,ns ETAN
Ray Finly Frontesplece to frater
.Miles Greenleaf, dramatic critic of
"World Herald Five drawings for the
joke department and cartoon on Pan
Ned Hadley and P. F. Falrman
Sketches in joke department.
Crescent Bowling Alleys
114 N STREET
'". Zht Coal Wan
, . and 329
NO. J 044 O STREET
"has it for less." Get the
habit, go to
RIGGS, the Drug Cutter."
13ttl O STKBKT.
Easy Payments, Trading, Prompt Repairing
Lyman's, 231 so. nih.
Clo to SIDLE5, the Up-
to-Date Sporting Goods
Man, for Base Ball sup-
o plies, all Athletic Goods.
THERE IS NO
Wntch, ClocK or Article o! Jewelry
WE CANNOT REPAIR
C f. Tucker, Jeweler
1 J23 O St. Phonti, Btll 534. Auto J 534
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $ 200,000.00
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
8. H. Burnham, Prea.
A. J. Sawyer, VIco-Prealdent.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Caahlor.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
Charles B. Newcomer, '8, writes fo
Prof. Fossler from the American
School nt Athens as follows:
"I enjoy being In these classic,
haunts more than you may Imagine.
After traveling about here some more
I shall spend tho summer in Italy and
Rome and return for a second year.
There Is plenty to do here. Prof, and
Mrs. Monatt, of Brown, are here. We
all dined together with the director
ot our school last Sunday. He told
me that Prof. Howard is back at Lin
coln, as well as Prof. Boss. You must
be growing. I'm glad to know It.
"With best wishes, 1 am,
"CHAS. B. NEWCOMER
'March 18th, 1905."
Prof. Monatt, mentioned in this let
ter, was one time Chancellor of the
University of Nebraska.
J C. Stevens is making a survey
oi- tire boundary between NeTTraska
and Missouri. He represents tho sur
veyor for the state of Nebraska and
will be at work there for two or three
Oyster stew 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant, 119 South 12th.
H. E. SIDLE
1317 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
Elliott's Sultorium, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable. 1136
O street. Both phones.
Litem), Wc. Interlinear, 11.50. ltfYoli.
If you want to see the swellest $3.50
and $4.00 Tan low shoes you over saw,
stop in at Sanderson's. They are beauties.
The Good Health Cafe Is not soiling
meals for nothing, nor Is It offering
cut rate meal tickets. It is, however,
making special rates to students who
will board there regularly and join
their eating club. If tho proper num
ber of boarders can be procured a real
low rate for weekly board will be
made. Every student should get busy
nnd get In on this bargain. For par
ticulars consult the manager of the
Nebraskan, or call at tho Good Health
Cafe, Thirteenth and N streets.
Latin, Greek, 2.ix), and
Completely Parsed Caesar, Book I.
Una on each jingo inltrlintiir translation,
lltrrat translation, anil trtru won! otnpltttlv
jiarsed. Long vowels marked. r.5U.
Completely Scanned-Parsed Aencid, I. i.a).
Completely Parsed Cicero, Oration I. i.w.
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