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THE DAIL.Y INEBRASkAN.
Cbc Daily Utbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho HcBporlan, Vol. 81, Tho NpbroiJkan,
Vol. 1Q, Bcarlot nnd yCrcam, Vol.4.
PubllBha dally, except Sunday' Ana
Monduy rut1 tho University of NbbraBka,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hcnporlan PubllBh
Board of Directors.
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H. P. Lcavltt.
Dwlght Cramor. A. O. Schrolbor.
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Manager . .Fred Naughton
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Athletic R. A. Van Oradol
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Faculty departmental, and unlvorslty bul
letins will gladly bo publlBhod free, as
LtiBt Friday evening tho Sophomoro
Hopoccurrod, nnd In accordance with
tho provnlont custom tho FroBhmon at
tempted to kidnap the president of
tho class, nnd the chairman and mas
tor of ceremonies of tho hop commit
tee. All this may be reprehensible,
but wo aro not Inclined to condemn It,
for at tho most it appears to, us ns be
ing a little Innocont amusement on tho
part of naturally actlvo students, who
neither 'contemplate nor effeel any
"deprivation of liberty" which so
many critics howl about. If thoy will
only coniino thomselYej to an attempt
They are $12.50, $15.00, $18,00 and $20.00 -Coats.
I bought them when the manufac
turer was anxious to sell, fly price
BUDD - $2.50
Iq capturo tho prominent mcnnnd thus
prevent tho. comploto success of the
dance, wo do not believe that there
can bo any serious objection, even
"from the strongest advocate of "liber
ty." But when they go boyond this, it
Is time to call a halt. It? Is bad
enough to crovdtho entrance to tfio
dance hall, stopping evcryocuplo that
goes by and embarrassing evory young
lady .who Is so accosted, and no stu
derii with anything resembling man
hood would ongago In any such affair.
Tho Freshmen wont 'far boyond this
Friday night, howeveiJind their ac
tions should be heartily condemned by
ovory student In tho Unlvorslty. Foiled
In their attempt to forco an ontranco
Into tho hall, and Unsuccessful In tholr
search for tho men they wished to cap.
ture, thoy climbed a fire-oscapo and
throw somo vile-smelling mixture into
tho dnnclng hall. This' was certainly a
most valorous feat, reflecting much
credit on tho Ingenious Freshman, who I
thought of it, and displayed "most strik
ingly the superiority qr the Freshmen
oven tho- Sophomores. But it Was tho
trick of a man possessing not thp
slightest traco of chivalry, w'lthdut the
sllghtes regard for tho comfort or
feelings of the young ladles whp woro
, In (ho hall, nnd who Woro affected by
tht act far moro than tho moro hardy
men with thorn. It is to bo presumed
that a University student would show
hlmsolf a gentleman In every act, but
a man. who would do n trick Uko that
last Friday night is certainly lacking
In evory gcntlo instinct.
JUNIOR LAWS MEET.
Vigorously Discuss the Proposed Law
Tho Junior Law class met at eleven
o'clock yostcrday morning in U. 107
to consider whht action thoy should
take as rogards the proposed Lav
Book. Much Intorost was shown In
tho discussion, and tho cntlro class
remained to the mooting and took part.
President Corey first called for a re
port from tho commltteo which had
been appointed to confer with like
committees from other classes. Tho
chairman reported that tho commit
tees had not dona anything definite
except refuse tho offer of tho manager
of tho Senior Biok to consolidate tho
two books. It was also agreed that
tho editor-in-chief of tho Law Book,
If one should be published, should
come from tho Senior class. Claude
Davis, who had been elected editor by
tho Senior class, then explained the
method to bo pursued as regards the
editorial part of the work. Each class
was to elect an editor, and each edi
tor should appoint two sub-editors to
assist him, Manager Rolfson thou
spoko of tho business part of tho book.
Ho thought tho bettor way wouid be
to have tho chief manager como from
one of tho upper classes, Instead of
letting all tho classes rank equal.
- Upon tho discussion by tho mem
bers of tho class, a number expressed
themselves ns being unfavorable to
the publication of a distinctive Law
Book. All agreed that such a publica
tion would bo very desirable If it
Are Rain Proof
could bo gotten out without a loss, but
they asserted that tho students of tho
Law School would not support tho
book sufficiently to Insuro financial
success without putting out a book
that was greatly Inferior to thatjnib
HsHed two years ago. Figures show
ing tho probable cost and tho possible
receipts wero introduced to show the
groat liability of a big deficit. A mo
tion was mado that -as soon as mem
bers of the Junior class should pledge
themselves to take ono hundred copies
at ono 'dollaroach, and should pay for
this number, that they should proceed
to tho election of an editor and mana
ger. As the hour was taken up, this
motion was not put, "but wns reserved
for consideration at tho next meeting,
to bo held shortly.
Tho first basketball practice of the
season occurred last evening from four
to five in tho gymnasium. A largo
number of men woro out for tho team,
"and prospects woro novor brighter for
a championship five. Class teams are'l
also being organized, and in tho lower
classes especially much interest Is
shown .In ftho work so that a class
tQurndment will probably be pulled off.
Dr. JIaggard, 212-213 RJchanls Blk.
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Cold weather makes big $
I demand for Over Coats
W Thero has been a rapid movement of overcoats thp past few W
t?? days. Not the weather alone, but a desire on tho part of bo TrT
sv. many men to make selections oarly, while lines are complete, '
Vi has led to phenomenal buying. We' have exceptionally Inter- yhj
jljj terestlng displays of if
jj Long Swagger Coats7 black or fancy patterns, broad (fr'JA jl
2; shoulders, full sweep .T $12.50 to VJ" jL
(f Foi:m-flttIng Cdats, black or Oxford Vicuna, very 2 A W
2J stylish $20.t)0 to 3"
fi Cravenotte Coats the all purpose garment, made In every fffi
(f tftylo that's essential, of guaranteed cloth, rain (flC &
Q proofed $10.00 to VJ (fa
(f ' W
8 .tMagee $ Deeme?
1 "Konsington" Clothes they fit. 1109 .0 St. jy
I I I I TA6TE8 LIKE MOKE
( Rfggs. The Drug Cutter
l 'I U 1321 O St.
In a letter to a member of the Ne
braskan staff, John Bender, tho groat
back and all-round athlete, who is now
athletic director -at Spearflsh, Som!i
Dakota, in tho normal school,- express
es his sentiments regnrdlng tho Michi
gan defeat. -Ho says:
Permit mo to express my entire sat
isfaction with tho great game tho boyu
played against Michigan. Thoy did'
nobly. I would have given anything
to have been thero. Now let's defeat
Minnesota. A team that can hold
Yost 0-0 In thirty-five minutes Is sure
great. I know the boys aro moro de
termined than evor to beat tho Go
phers -and they surely will.
P. S. Would enjoy a good growl for
Minnesota with the boys.
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