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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN.
e j0ap Jlcbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday nnd
Monday, at thoUnlvorsfty of. Nebraska,
-Lincoln, Nob., by tho Henporlan Publish
Board of Director!.
.O. V.4f ,8tout. Lauronco Fossler.
-v II. P- Lcavltt;
Dwlght 'Cramor. A. Q. Schrelber.
Edltor-ln-ClUof . 3. X. Clark
Manager. . . , , Fr od Naughton
Circulator .Walter J3. Standovcn
Athletic...'. ..R. A, Van Orsdol
Editorlnl Roomc. U 204' Business Office,
U 211. Post Ofnco,. Station A,. Lin
Ofrico hours of business Manager and
Editor, 11:00 to ll!30 dally.
Telephone. . Automatlo 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, J2 por year n advanco
Entered at the postofrico at Xllnooln,
Neb., as second-class mail matter unaar
HlQ act 0( congress of'March 3, 1870.
Individual notices wilt bo charged for
nt, thtf rato of 10 cents for each lnsortlori.
Faculty departmental and university bul
letins will g)adly bo published free, as,
There will be no Issue of the Ne
'. braskan. on 8aturday of this week.
The editor-lnchlef the athletic editor,
the, mapager, and above all, the lino
typo operator and the printer, are go
ing to see the game,. and there will be
nobody to get out the paper. You had
better come along also.
A GOOD 8END-OFF.
Tho team Is nhout to play tho great
est game of tho season. To win It they
must feel that ovory student Is bohlnd
thorn. Eyerybody como out to the
mass meeting this morning, and this
evening take hold of tho rope and
tako tho mon to the train. If wo do
our part, tho men cannot help but do
I am not In the clothirig business don't want
to be but when I can pick up a snap $15 and
$20 overcoats - 4 g CiTi Then is when
to sell for. . .
The Athletic Board lias appropriated
a hundrod and fifty dollars to send tho
bantl to Minnesota. ThlswJll pay tho
faroof onjy half tho men, and. thoy
have accordingly decided to, refuse to
go unless tho etttirb band can make tho
trip. There aro sovoral vory good rea
sons for Oils action on their part. In
"the first pluco, ovory man jn tho band
has dono hie best during the entlro
season, and has been present at overy
game and at every mass meeting. To
pick half tho men nnd leave the rest
at homo wohld bo the grossest Injus
tice to the remainder, .Again, Minne
sota has one of tho best bands In tho
country, and while our own musicians
feel that thoy can hold their own, still
th,oy nro nol going, to bo put In, tho
shade because they have only .half
their force along. Wo feel that tho
band is justified in the stand jt has.
taken, but, on the other hand, tvo do.
not think thu't Nebraska can afford to
leave the men at home. The presence
of tho band will add moro to tho value
of our rooting than two hundred voices,
and wo need it there. There Is only
one thing to do nn extra hundred nrid
fifty dollars must be rnlBOd, and Jt Iq
up to tho students nnd the Athlotic
fionrd to rniso It.
You Will Have to Hurry.
No student can afford to go on tho
excursion and not tako a berth. Sit,
ting up one or two nights in a chair
car will put any' man in a condition
In which ho-cannot do any work for
a week, and ho will find that the
cheaper plan would have been to buy
a berth and get a good night's rest
while on the road. It is not necessary
to pay five dollars to procure this
rest, olthor. Tho round trip faro for
tourist cars is two dollars and a half,
or a dollar and a quarter each way.
As two can occupy each berth, tho cost
will bo only a llttlo above fifty cents
for each nlglit, or loss than the price
of a room in a hotel.
There Is a popular projudico against
tourist cars, but It Ib not based upon
Veasonablo grounds. Tho only dif-"
forenco between tKem and, tho stand
ard Pullmans is in tho Interior fur
nishings. Tho bedding - is Just as
clean and tho bods just as comforta
ble, while each car Is attended by a
.Tho railroad officials deslro to tako
care of all who wish sleeping car ac
commodations, but as tho cars must
bo brought hero, from Omaha, this
will bo impossible unloss berths nro
engagbd today. To accommodate all
who may deslro bertlis, tho C. & N.
W. city ticket ofllco will be open until
after ten o'clock this evonlng for the
Bale of tickets and borths.
Class to Make Investigations.
Mr. Davis, of tho Engineering de
partment, has started his classes in
mechanism upon a very valuable line
of work. At present thoro aro no
tables published that give tho dimen
sions and nil other particulars re-
Are you on?
quired In tho construction of tooth
gearing. Mr. Davis realised that fact
soon after beginning .actual work In
tooth gearing. ,Ho immediately began
to collect mntorlal, and in a couple' of
years 'succeeded in getting an excel
lent table of somp two thousand fig
ures, for oplcyclofdal teeth.
In the present work each, student of
mechanism-will bo assigned to certain
portions of tho work. Tho results
thus obtained will bo tabulated and
published In the "Blue Print," next
spring, together with nn article on
tooth gearing' by Mr. Davis. Both
oplcycloldal and involute teeth will
bo provided for. Tho undertaking -Is
large one, na it will bo vory com
pleto and thorough. Tho results will
repay tho students many times oyer
when' thoy get oilt into actual and
The hour for.Rhetorio 25, English
Verse, has beeh changed again. It
now meets- Mondays and "Wednesdays
at 8. a. m. " . ' ' ...'
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Many New FabHcs Just Received
in Men's and Young Men's Suits
slightly form tracing beck.
lNDSOME grays and mixtures as well as blues and
Vilrtfnra. All fnlrnn fnornfliAV nnr ofirlr nnr Yvon.lr.
a groat showing of flno
of. any "Konslngton" suitor
safeguard against any pitstako as to stylo or quality, In
every instance the prico is as low as suits of such high grado
can. possibly bo
'Kensington Suits, $18 to $35. Othor makes, $10, $12.80 to $15.
Overcoats, $10 to $80,
Magee & Deemer, - liO0 0 Street
" JKensIn'jton " GlotHs---'T:jh,y Flt
G. C. Kaar, B. S. '03, is sugar chem
ist for tho American Refinery com
pany at Blackfoot, Idaho. O. C.
Howe, also a Nobraska graduate, Is
superintendent of the sugar mills at
that place. .
"Robert Bums," the Leading IQc Cigar
'When, down town moot your friends at
GEO. M. CONWAY'S
1!24? O 8TIIEKT
Tho only exclusive cigar nnd tobneco utoro
In tho c.lty
Waterville Pocket Knives.
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED
HALLS. 1308 O STREET
Wear the Official
Button Picture of
On Sale at Station, Price 25c
ORMOJtY TilE COALMAN
CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N. 01.
BOTH PHONES. - $044. 0 STREET
CRESCENT BOWLING ALLEY
FRIlATTE vALLEYS- FOR LADIES
TRY THE FRANKLIN ICE CREAM GO.
FOR' ALL ICE CREAMS, ICElr, PUNCHES AND
, FROZEN, DAINTIES
RerficH. prices in. large quantities. ' 1316 N Street. Betli, 'Pneies
So extraordinary hs
been the felling' in our
suit' section, that frgr.,
been nepesfs'ary. These
have brought us the very
newest styles and fab
rics shown this season.
The coats are long, deep
center or side vents, aiid
garmonta. In tho purchase
overcoat, tho label is an ofllciont
Eyesigtjt is Priceless
Tho now popular-opinion that tho
uso of glasses' shoutdbo postponed
u long as possibles isorronoous.
As soon as unploasanfc foelings de
note the approach of Presbyopia,
glasses should bo. resorted to at
once, as tho longer tho oyes &ro
dopnyod of tho nTiTwhich they
need, and consequently are sub
ject to strain, tho moro radidly
will the changes in tho eyo bocomo
dovoloped, a-hdroforo, it is tho
greatest important that porsona
having any troublo with tlioir oyos
should have thorn 'tested by a good
optician. Examination- froo.
Jeweler . t . Optician
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