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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1905)
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A consolidation of
The Ilcnpcrlnn, Vol 31, Tho Nebranknn,
Vol. 18. Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Publlehod. dally, except Sunday anfl
Monday, at the Unlvorulty of NobraBkn4
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
Bord of Qlrtctqrs
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H. P. Loavltt
John Westovcr E. II. Walton.
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become eligible to election must have
notice to the effect published In the
Nebraskan and posted on ' the bulletin
board before Tuesday noon.
Editor-in-Chief - - - Fred A. 8weelcy
Manager A. Q. Scbrelbor
Assistant Manager - - Fred Naughton
A49Clte Editor - - - - A. M- Levy
Circulator - - - "Walter $. Standoven
Athletic R. A. VanOrsdol
AsJBtant Athletic - - - H. L. Ewan
New H. O. Myors
Editorial Rooms and Business Omco TJ 21
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Company Q Reception.
Captain Ramsey gave a Company C
smoker at the Phi Kappa Pal house
Wednesday evening- Peanuts, cigars,
fruit and Ice cream were furnished In
sufficient quantities to amply supply
tfre hungry. Captain Chase lead off
on the program with instructions In
tho art of soldiery and urged the men
to, enthusiastically support their cap
tain in his effort towln the cup for
Ex-Captains Ringer and Hurtz and
ex-Major Hewitt all came forward
with a word of advice from the "has
boens" on how It used to be done and
the way to do It now.
Lieutenants Adams, Helmrod and
lane each Bpoke of the needs of the
company and In the present situation
and urged the men to all put In their
best efforts to make the company the
winner on the 26th.
Several of the non-commissioned
officers of the company also added a
few words of advice and cheer, after
which the party broke up.
All of the men express themselves
as highly pleased with hospitality of
their captain and are very enthusiastic
over the work of preparing for the
coming contest for the cup.
Tonight the Varsity baseball team
returns, from a trip of about 2,000
miles and have played twelve gamea.
These games have been with the hard
est teams in tho West, and, while we
havo not won all wo have not lost
all. Tho men havo worked hard but
could not hit the winning gait and
the closeness of the scoro In every
game simply testifies of the strenuous
efforts put forth. A student body is
generally too .prone to condemn a col
lege team that does not win every
game. Students put yourselves' in the
players' positions and how quick will
you chango your point of view. These
men have labored -hard to make vic
tory ours and we should make them
feel that their efforts are appreciated.
Tho reception given the football team
when they returned from Boulder last
fall waB not amiss and a word of
good cheer and. an expression of our
appreciation of what the team has
done would not bo out of place at
this time. Wo have games on our
home field this year and plenty of
them, so let's cheer up.
Two cases will be tried in the dis
trict court of the Law school this
morning. Tho first case, Brubaker
vs. Shaw Van, was booked for last
Saturday, but was postponed until to
day. The attorneys will be F. W.
Johnson and M. S. Brown, for the
plaintiff; and B. J. GibBon and J. R.
Green for the defendant.
The other caso, Melcer vs. The Ne
braska Telephone Co., will be counaelr
led for the plaintiff by Gibson, and
for the defendant by Hendrickson.
Exercises will be held at the Mac
Ialn farm, near Fremont, on the 25th
of May to celebrate the fiftieth anni
versary of the council of 1855. This
was the first council of Nebraska au
thorities with the Pawnee nation at
Pe-ta-le-Bharu's council lodge. At Its
la3t meeting the State Historical So
ciety decided to appropriately mark
all historic sites and In accordance
this place will bo marked by a stone.
University men should be deeply In
terested In a discussion of Lincoln's
In accordance ivltb, the rule passed
at the last meeting of the Board of
Regents the Chancellor yesterday ap
pointed the faculty members of the
Board, which Is expected to have con
trol of the student publications of the
University. The faculty members
appointed are, Deans Pound and
Ward And Professors Taylor, Fogg and
The faculty members held a meet
ing yesterday and decided that the
three student members should be
elected In the following manner:
Every person who is a stockholder or
Is a paid up subscriber Is entitled to
a vote; the election shall be held
Wednesday from 11:30 to 12 and from
1042 O Street
ar " Shirts
Here are some of the fine details of the standard "Star" Shirts. Many
points of excellence possessed by these garments would be noticed only
by an expert, but they all go to make up a perfectly satisfactory gar
ment. The materials are the best that can be obtained; patterns are care
fully selected; they are cut very full, each color 1b tested; every stripe
and figure is carofully matched; the buttons are sewed on to stay; the
button holes aro well made; the collar bands are shrunken; the seams
are stitched straight, and they are Ironed on the wrong as -well as the
The materials are light or heavy weight madras, Oxford or French
percale In plain white, light and dark grounds with neat stripes or
figures. The styles are either plain or plaited boBoms, coat or regular
cuts, and cuffs attached or detached. We can fit the man who usually
has his shirts made to order. Prices $1.50 and $2.00.
We carry also excellent qualities and the newest designs in Men's
Shirts at 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Souvenir Sp6onsa New Line
Fifty-two new and distinct patterns of Lincoln souvenir spoons have
just been received. These with what we have on hand make a collec
tion of seventy-five patterns. They are the most attractive we have
ever shown. The "Building Spoons" start at $1.25 and represent the
Capitol, the University, the new Post Office, St. Paul's church, and the
We shall sell a great many during the next few weeks for graduation
Prices, 95c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.25.
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and electrical engineering. Ten week), beginning June
8th. F. Paul Anderion, Dean. For detailed Informa
tion relative to any apecial line of work, addrcaa
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This is a Quality
Drug Store with the
emphasis on 'quality
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1321 O Street.
political conditions, as presented by
Dr. Samuel Zane Batten in Art Hall,
Sunday, May 14, at 3 p. m. Dr. Bat
ten -has made a thorough study of this
question and has some Interesting ma
terial to present. His subject will
be: "The New Chivalry." Special
music will be furnished by Mr. X A.
T0URI8T CAR8 POPULAR.
The Idea that an Inferior class"oT
people patronize tho tourist sleepers Is
an error. On many trips only the best
class of travelers are found. They
aro merely men and women of good
sense who would rather travel to Cali
fornia in this manner and save a snug
anm of money to be used elsewhere.
It is beginning to be understood that
it is by no means necessary for the
traveler to spend a large sum of
money in order to enjoy a trip to the
If you cross the continent in one
of the tourist sleepers of the Union
Pacific you will enjoy your trip and
save considerable money. Inquire of
E. B. Slosson, Gen'l Agent.
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"American Gentlemen" for March.
The leading Journal of Fashion for
men. Several sketches of men's gar
ments are shown by Mr. Proud, of
New York, who has Just come to Lin
coln and will take charge of our
Merchant Tailoring Department. Mr.
Proud has ability to .produce tho finest
things In men's garments, Palno'a
Wo are solo agents in Lincoln for tho
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