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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1905)
Zbt Dnil flebraeftan
te DaVp Ilebraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol 81, Tho NcbriuiJuui.
Vol. 19, Hcnrlet and Crcnm, Vol. 4.
Publlnhfd dully, except Bundny and
Mondny, nt the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publishing-
Doard of Directors
E. F. Piper C. R. Richards
H. P. Leavltt
John Wostover K. R. Wnlton,
Kdltor-ln-Chlef - - - Kred A. Sweelcy
MnniiKor A. 0. Bchrolber
Awnintnnt MnnnRer - - Fred Naughton
Awnoelnte Kdltor - - - - A. M. Levy
Circulator - - - Walter E. Stamlcven
Athletic R. A. Van Orndel
Anslntnnt Athletic - - - II. L. Hwun
KewB H. O. Myera
Editorial Rooms and HiiHlneBB Offlco TT 21 i
I'ont Offlco Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
Hubncrlption Price, J2 per ycyir In advance
There will bo no more opportunities
thf b year to show our spirit, but next
fall every home football game will give
us another chance, and if Nebraska
students live' up to their record in the
past, it will not be long until we are
known throughout the West as the
whltttst college students in the country
Entered" nt tho pOBtomco at Lincoln,
Neb.. a Bocond-claus mall matter under
the act of congests of March 3, 1879.
Individual notices will be cTiarged for
nt the rate of 10 centn for each insertion.
Faculty departmental and unlverfllty bull
etins will Kladly be publlithed free, a
0 Notices and subscriptions may p
Q be left at the Dally Nobraskan X
Q office, or at tho Co-Op, Book Q
Pay your subscriptions at the No
braskan offlco, or at tho Co-Op Book
One of tho most pleasant Incidents
of the meet with Colorado last Satur
day was the generouH applause given
tho visiting athletes throughout the
contest. During tho polo vault this
Lawyers Are Busy.
The whole of Saturday was con
sumed in tho hearing of four cases
in tho practice courts of the Law
School. In the morning two cases
were tried simultaneously In the dis
trict court. Judge It. J. Anderson
heard the case of Dorrington vs. the
Lincoln Traction Co. in which Dollen
counselled for tho plaintiff and Nelson
for the defendant. At the samt time
in different rooms J. W. Blezek tried
the case of Brubaker vs. Swanvan, an
appeal from the Justice court before
A. G. Abbott, justice of the peace. The
attorneys for the plaintiff In error
were M. S Brown and J. A. Clark, for
the defendant In error, Gibson and
Two cases were also heard in the
Supreme Court Saturday afternoon.
From 2 o'clock to 1 the case of Holmes
vs Slllosen was arRiiori, for the plain
tiff by Fischer and Lanz and for the
defendant by Black. From 1 o'clock
to fi the case of the Hamilton Manu
facturing company vs. C. S Baldwin
The councel for the plaintiff was
(Maud Davis and for the defendant
Some More "Taint."
William J. Br an said Andrew Car
negle in establishing a fund to pension
college professors, had stumbled on a
method to subsidize public opinion, as
professors looking forward to sharing
the profits of the Steel Trust natural
ly would not denounce that corpora
The librarian lately received about
200 books on railroads, locomotiveri
and engineering from Mr. J. W.
Rhodes, of the B. '& M. Part of them
were complete sots, while tho balance
were used to fill blanks in previous
When You Get That Loaty Feeling
And don't want to study take an hour off and look
ovor my line of $2..V) hats you will 1ms refreshed
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER, 1141 O
was particularly noticeablo and one
of tho mountaineers commented on
the sportsmanlike attitude of Nebras
ka enthusiasts and said it was quite
different from that encountered in
meets with other colleges.
While this 1b only as it should be,
and we would have good cauBO to be
ashamed of ourselves wore it other
wise, still it is perhaps pardonable in
us to prido ourselves upon the reputa
tion we have earned during the past
few years for fair, sportsmanlike
treatment of every team which has
como to Lincoln, whether in football,
baseball, basket ball, or track. And
in this case virtue will not be its own
reward, for not only do wo receive the
same treatment when wo visit another
college, but wo also find it easier to
arrange contests with these schools
and others which have heard of our
Frat House Furniture
Is Our Specialty
We have just received a
new line of Weathered
Furniture. Also a full line
o Carpets, Curtains and
Draperies. See us.
Hardy Furniture Co.,
11:24 O Street.
B G" Lewis, Nebraska '01, has re
ceived the "President White Fellow
ship in Political and Social Science"
at Cornell University.
He will carry a major In ljoth
Economics and Political Science And
will continue his regular thosls upon
wljich he has already put one year.
He hnd an opportunity to stay at
Wisconsin and will this summer, con
tinue his work for Wisconsin Tax Com
mission as special agent to Investi
gate mortgages and taxation.
Sanderson Is showing a full line of
spring Bhoes. Have you seen them?
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THHRB IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jewelry
VH CANNOT REPAIR
C A. Tucker, Jewele
1 128 O St. Ptwnu, Kn 834. Auto 1594
Tho Co-op wants your second-hand
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and
L. W. Pomerene, Plumber, 238 S.
Lincoln Locnl Express, 1039 N
street. Both phones.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladies. 1018 O street.
Wltta the. qwlltjr, mty ad
prices oftiia work done by the
REVIEW PRESS, PRINTERS..
141 North, lttth Street
Fresh home-made candles at Max
well's, 1426 O St. and 13th and N Sts.
Erlo B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of oye, ear and throat.. 207-8 Rich
ards Block. - Phone 666.
OREBN'8 BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
PaUce, 109 No. 11th Street
w open New Windsor hotel cafe.
Restaurant and luch counter for ladies'
and gentlemen. Popular prices.
Mr. Worker Ypu can make more
money selling our goods than books,
school supplies or anything else. Wo
haven't room here to show you why,
but will tell you by mail if you semi
your address. Chase Brothers' Com
pany, Rochester, N. Y.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED 8TATE3 DEPOSITORY,
of Lincoln, Neb.
Undivided Profits.. 40,000.00
..S. H. Burnham, Pres.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, AbbL Cashier.
Frank Parks, AbbL Cashier.
P. R. Bosterday, Auditor.
Wo are sole ngents in Lincoln for the
D.&M. Baseball, Ath-
letic and Tennis Goods
GIRARD CYCLE CO.
1304 0 Street Lincoln, Ne.
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