The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1905, Image 4
I," ,s ty Vp" JK 4 i? -' - --.., r -yv? ; u i H ? r V - . v-r- v. THE DAILY' NEBRASKAN. . ; : u "J vy- X I r GEORGE A. WILSON CONTRACToFaND BlilLPg Entlhinton furnlsliod upon (tppHcntionY Job work promptly attended to. 245 South Tenth St. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA rOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOft R.H.GILLESPIE Bookbinder 1624 0 Street : : Lincoln, Nebr. rfocooaooooooocoooofcoooocJ YIRS.J.W, FETRY ...BAKERY... TIIY our SPECIAL "IlICK nilKAD' FHONE tt5-- !I34 South Klevcuth Htreet, Lincoln SPALDING'S Official Foot Ball Guide FOR 1905 Edited by WALTER CAMP. ContnlnlngThb nowly rovlsod OFFI OrAL PLAYING RULES nnd pictures of loading teams, ombracing ovor 2,500 playors.' PRICE, 10 CENT8 For salo by all Newsdealers, Athletic Goods DealorB and Depart ment Stores. Spalding's cataloguo of all athletic sports mailed free to any-' address. A. G. SPALDING & BROS. . 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Patent taken through Munn & Co. rocelre CfKclal notice, without jename, la the Scientific American. A baridiomoly lilnntratod weekly. I-arecst clj culatlou nf nuy acleiitltlo Journal. Terms, 3 a year: fourruontliB.fi. Bold by ull novTBdealer. Urancn Ortce. m V BU Waalilnetou. 1). 0. Branch liSjlkSS Freshman Meeting. Tho Freshmen mot hafmbnlously In tlrt chapel yesterday niorning flnd completed tho election of officers. Tho following "members of tho class wero elected to ofllco by good-sized majorl ties: f Vice-president -S. P. Dobbs. Secretary Vera Fink. Treasurer Lynn Fossler. Sorgennt-at-Arms Robert Taylor. Following tho election of' ofllcers, the class passed a motion, mado by S. M. Rinakor, investing tho president with power to appoint nil the Fresh man committees. Tho -president was also directed to appoint an athletic commltteo of three nnd a resolution committee. Tho former committee will co-oporato with a similar Sopho moro committee to arrange, an athlotic carnival in which tho two lower classes will bo the participants. The proccods of this carpival will be used to pay tho damage dono to the pipe organ in Memorial Hall during tho re cent class election. Albert Jenkins, D. Harrison and R. .1. Sears aro the mombers of this committee. Tho resolution commltteo, composed qf S. M. Rinakor, James Benson, nnd Paul Burt, wero intsructod to draw up a resolution pledging the Freshman class to refrain from nny unnecessary or barbaric manifestations of class spirit and to co-operate, with the Sophomores in preserving peaco be tween tho two classes. This commlt teo was also delegated to arrango a cane-rush with tho second year class. Moot Courts Sit. Tho Supremo and District courts of tho Collego of Law convened Sat urday for tho first time in tho new school year. A noticeable feature in tho District court wero tho motions to quash proceedingsrw-hlch wero five In number, and ono motion to strike from tho files. This Is a repetition bt'what has taken place in former yeiirs and Is tho result of too much httsto bn tho part of tho plalntlffBTnnd not enough time to go Into all tho de tails. In tho. Supreme court, ono cause was argued by Glbsonvand Pnrrlott, attor neys for appolloo,and Martin and Hutchinson, attornoysX for appellant. Tho talks, on both sides wore evidenced of ctfroful work and wero Very good arguments. Professor Fogg, after hearing tho arguments, gave some vory good pointers on how they might havo boon Improved from a rhetorical stand point. Tho proceedings ns a whole wore pleusinET and when- it Is taken into consideration that this was tho first session of tho courts and no groat amount of . tlmo was possible for tho preparation, there are good grounds to look forward tdsomo excellent work in tho moot courts, in tho future Notice. Senior Cap and-Gown Commltteo will tako orders in tho uaBomont of main hall from ono until six on Tues day and Thursday. Notice. Candidates for tho basket-ball team meet In eleven today, Sophomore U. Ill at University pennants will be on salo at tho .Y. W. C. A. rooms from this time, on'. They" will" also bo sold at tho County Fair, November 25. Lost Gold signet ring on tho cam pus Monday, November fi. Rotnrn to tho Nobraskmi ofllco. . ' "Perkins' aSwodlsh'' gymnasium shoes at Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O SL WE BELIEVE IN ADVERTISING And believe that every -loyal University student should patronize Nebraskan ad vertisers. They will find them to be the leaders in their particular lines and will ing' to do everything possible to please you. Why not show your loyalty to the University and to your own paper? MENTION THE ' DAILY NEBRASKAN HWWftiW; OCCXDCOOOCXXXOOOOCXXXDOOOC)0 LEST WE FORGET.. Eat at tho Unt. Music Cafe. Suit cases, ?2.00 and up, 1036 O. 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