The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 06, 1905, Image 2
iJt. :'i t - -'-w w;i "ar.f" " t rJTfgf !, f "'y ' "ijj'ii ty '"'?'.'; soa11 ' TT"5pJV fSr? o s THE DAILY NEBRASKAN. ; s . F I i' L--" t if.' ; v IV Zfy Daily Htbraskaff I A coimolldatlon of rrho llcnporlan, Vol. 31. Tho NobraiiUan, Vol. 10, Scarlet aild Cream, Vol. 4. PubllHhcd dally, except Sunday and Monday, nt tho University of Nobraftlta, Lincoln, Neb., by tho llcnporlan Publlflh Ing Co. f ; Board of Directors. O. V. P. "stout. Laurence Foamier. H. P. Lcavltt. Dwlght Cramer. A. O. Schrolbor. Editor-in-Chief . . J. D. Clark Manaffcr . . . . Fred NayRhton Circulator Walter B. Standovou Athletic R. A. Van Orsdel Editorial Roomc. U 304 &. "BuBlnosB onice, U 211. Post Onice, SUitlon A, Lin coln, Neb. Onice hours of BuBlnoBfl Manager and Editor, 11:00 to 11:30 dally. Telephone Automatic 1528 Night Telephone Automatic 2365 i" Subscription Price, J2 per year In.advanco Entered at tho poatplllco at Lincoln, Nob., aB Bo'cond-claBB mall matter under tho act of congress of March 3, 1879. , Individual notices will bo charged for at tho rate of 10 conts for each Insertion. Faculty departmental and university bul letins will gladly bo published free, as heretofore. CLfi&B ATHLETIC8. This Is tho end of tho second week of class 'worlc, and still no movo has boon mado towards tho formation of cIubb football teams. Unless somo vig orous work be done In tho next month tho season vlll drag along so that tho final gamo will bo played as late as It was laBt year, which was tho sec ond day before tho Christinas yacatlon began. Tho Junior manager Issues a call tod.ay fo,r his men to got out next Monday, and every other class should follow suit, so that tho teams may havo practice enough to make tliom fairly good at least. Tho Intorclass Athletic Board should meet next Tues day also, and settle once for all tho question as to tho. eligibility of tho law studpnts. As It rests upon tho Sonlor members to tako tho Initiative -By special arrangements which the YtiVL C A has made with Mrs Day, the UnL people will have jhe opportunity of ob taining a JO cent luach on the campus Lunches consist of sandwich, pic, cake and fruit Each lunch is packed with special care in a carton and may be had at YJVI.C, A.- rooms each .r . . In this movo, tho first dufyo.the now president should bo to appoint his. In torclass athletic representatives, it dooa not seem to bo generally recog nized hero that good claBS toams aro of tho greatest assistance in tho world to, tho. building of a "first tenm. Now that tho Freshman rulo has boon mloptod by tho Conference, and will perchance bo adoptod by Nebraska, this la particularly true, and ovory class should seo to It that thoy put out as good a team as is possible. At tho University of Wisconsin tho Fresh man team has a regular coach, and will play games with tho Freshmen of Chicago, MichiganjNoTthestorn, and Minnesota on VtfoniornlngBpio big games between the first teams of the various schools. While this scheme Is hardly practicable at Nebraska, jit all events this year, still It fs possible for tho class teams to play -with- tho different hlg, school teams of tho' -fltato, and In this way dovolop hien who may In future years bd stars on tho Varsity. "VVhllc oh this Bubject, It might bo well to say a few words about class Uaaket-ball also. Last year no ono seemed to tako enough Interest in tho gamo to seo that tho different classes got up teams, and consequently thoro was only ono Interclass game. This -should not bo allowed to-happen again. Work In tho Law School Is still re tarded greatly by tho lack of books. A numbor of changes Jn tho different courses was mado during tho summer, to correspond to the wishes of tho now professors, and' this neqessitaed a chango in a' numbor of text and ensd books, which had to bo ordered from Boston. The order for tho entire lot was sent tho first of August, and tho books loft Boston on tho 20th of Sep tember. Nothing has been heard of them since, with the exception of ono box containing tho books for tho flr-tt year claBS in Contracts, and thcc wore discovered by Dr. Pound In one of the freight depots, misdirected. Un til tho other books turn up, the second and third year men will bo consider ably handicapped. Military Appointments. Tho following appointments havo been mado in tho battalion: Chief musician, S. A. Hayman. ' Company A, first lieutenant, B. F. Rush ; quartermaster-sergeant, ' WvA. Mosor. Non-com staff, sergeant major, M. E. Cornelius. Appointments of tho non-commissioned officers havo not been mado yet, but will probably bo announced early in next week. Don't forget Frederick Wardo in his locturo and recital on Shakespearo 1b to appear on tho Y. M. C. A. lecture course. )COCOCOCOCOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO C. A. LUNCH .- j day between and 12:30 g DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXXX)000000 Music Students must not miss tho opening numbor of our concert, tho Manning Glfee Club. Remember tho dntc, October 17th. . Tickets on sajo today only.. Every student should hear Charles Donnlson Kollog in his illustrated lec ture "Bird Llfo.': Mr. Kollog has spont a life time in procuring tho ma terial ho has for this lecturo and car ries with him .a carload of special ap paratus.. Season tickets on sale today only. B(511 'phone 280, Auto. 1280. Junior Laws Elect. At a meeting of tho Junior" Law Class last Tuesday, tho following ofll cors wore olectod by unanimous. vote: President, M. L. Corey. Vice-presidfint, Edward Affolter.. Secrotary, U. F. Butler. Treasurer, W. C. Ramsey. Chapln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th. CXXXXXXXXXXXXXJCOCXXXPCOCX)CXXXXXX)CXXXXXXXXXXX)COCOOO Drapery Fo and Pens at 1 Here is a chance for any a cozy corner or aen ari a small expense, bale com mences Monday. Short lines of India Plnts, Phulcara, OiJIiuey and Bulgarian Em broldered Goods in Draperies, Wail Panncls, Por tieres and Table Covers : : : : : At Half Regular A Few of the 30c India Print Border, 12 7 inches deep, i(c to now, yard I l V On 12 Jcypores for door drape or den overhangings, were $..7s 7rr now -7v 10 nairs Portieres, regular price $3.75 to $12, f now $1.50 to xU (XXXXXXXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXX3CXXC SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY 3 $5.00 Meal Oil nfl Tickets for Oil i UU GOOD HEALTH CAFE Tho njimbor of pledges of tickets for tho excursion to Minnesota In case a six-dollar rate can , bo secured was very largo tho first day. Everybody expressed a desiro to go to the game, and about two hundred had tho cour age of their convictions and put their names down. AIL who wish to go at this price, should bo suro td sign up today. Work of conqtructlo'n has begun on a now automobllo testing plant to bo Installed at Purduo Unlvorslty. When tho work Is completed- Purdue will havo tho only automobile testing plant In tho world as far as tho authorities at tho University have been able to loarn. A platform twelve feet long and six foot -wide Is being built to hold ; any automobile, from a runabout to tho largest racing machine. Tho ma chine will bo fastened to tho platform and anchored, by a yoke to a traction dynamo-motor and 'registering device In tho rear. Tljo drive wheels will rest on a drum at tho rear of tho platform. When tho drlvo wheels turn tho effect Is at once noticed, on tho drums. Tho result Is reglstepbd on tho speed Indi cator and on the registering 'device that Indicates tho horse power. Sonlor Laws meet Tuesday at 11. U. 207. C. A. Tucker, Jeweler Dr. Snm'l. s. Shean ...OPTICIAN... 1123 O StREET . " Your Patronage Solicited OOOCXXDOOOOOObOOOpOOOOOOCXD Copy Comets One - Half Pf ice I I I University Student to fix up Price and Less Qreat Values: Wall Panels, reg. $3 .J3 FF $7.50, now $1.50 to.. V.O sale In Drapory Dopt. Furnituro Building 2nd floor. jMirmtw F2W7TYW7ik 1 Successor to Fitzgerald Dry Goods Co. They make those Swell Clothes at UNLAND'S 1042 0" WE KNOW HOW TO PRINT ANYTHING. LET US CON VINCE YOU .... GREER-COOPER CO. x 1134 O STREET. FRESH EVERY DAY! Our Candled and Baked Goods nro Always Froah and Good. Catnrlng our Bpeclalty. THE MAXWELL CO. BotU l'hoBti. I3tu and N Sta. take: your clothes and go to SQUKUP & WOOD EXPERT CLEANERS AND DYERS BKIili TEL. 147. ' AUTO 1303. 1330 N STJRICBT. Supremo Court cases -were handofl out to the third year law students last Monday. ' mj I L W r H f Ss LJ 1 ;I . i fl v M .