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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1906)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN,
tlje Daily Jlebraskan
A consolidation of
The Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraakan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Publlabed' dally, except Sunday 'and
Monday, at the University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesporlan Publlsh
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. . Lauronco Fowler.
H. P. Leavltt
Dwlght Cramer. A. a. Schrolbor.
Manager Fred Nauflhton
Circulation W. E. Standovon
Tolephone Automatic 1528
tylght Telephono Automatic '2365
Subscription Prlco, 2 por year In udvffnco
Entered at tho poscofflco at Lincoln,
Neb., OB qocond-clasa mail matter under
tho act of congress of March S, 1870.
Tho Daily Nebraskan resumes with
this lssuo Its regular work as tho Uni
versity's newB gatherer. Tho dlfflcul
tloB under which tho paper has labored
aro matters of hlBtory. Announce
ment as to Us future and Its staff of
editors cannot bo made at this ,tme.
Howevor, a very just and satisfactory
arrangement, wo have reason to be-
Hove, will be reached. When this is
complete full announcement will be,
mado to our subscribers and the Uni-'
The Debating Squad.
Tho debating squad, which was
chosenji few days provlous to the
suspension of Tho Nobraskan, aro
working full time on tho Nebraska-
. Wisconsin dobate quostlon.
. Those on the squad are: Jos. Swon
'son, 0. C. McWhlnnoy, C. A. Sunder
lln, Mason Wheeler, G. A. Tunnison,
A. M- Lovy, B. M. "Marvin, S. M. Rlna
ker, O. O. Hough, R. M. Bafos, H. W.'
Craig, W. B. Hannan, J. E. Clark and
H. B. Miller.
JUNIOR-8ENIOR CLUB ELECT.
Elcyen Men.F'rom Each Class Chosen
by the Associated Barbs.
At a meeting of the Associated
Barbs some time ago tho organization
of the new society to bo known as tho
"Commons of tho University of Ne
braska" was completod. The meeting
was called to order by President H. O.
Myers. According to the constitution
of tho club tho members are chosen by
popular vote of the male barbs. The
balloting resulted In the olectlon of
the following men:
Seniors: J. B. Bodnar, M. F. Cos
telloe, B. D. Orites, R. R. Hill, L. S.
Lo Gro, H. N. Mattlpy, F. H. Morrow,
P. P. O'Gara, W. H. Smith, W. H.
Whelan and E. Wundor.
Juniors: H. A. Brubakor, M. B. Cor
nelius, D. P. DoYoung, D: A. Kerr, A.
M. Levy, A. 0. Molor, H. G. Myers,
J. M. Paul, G. L. Pitohrord, C. A. Sun
dorlln and A. B. Wolf.
. Though tho membors aro elected1 .by
popular voto of tho non-fraternity
men, fraternity men are eligible to
Of those elected, ono, C. A. Sundor
lin, is a fraternity man.
Tho object of tho organization Is to
promoto a more democratic spirit
among tho students and discourage
cliques. An organization, was per
fected at the first meeting and the
ofllcors elected as follows: President,
H. G. Myers; vice-president, W. H.
Whelan; Secretary, J. B. Bednar;
treasurer, C. A. Sunderlln.
Think what a souvenir the Sombrero
Jb. Pictures, sketches .and cartoons
of University life. Every Student
should have one. A few only left at
Students' wants satisfied at tho Uni.
DON'T fail to get a Sombrero.
Wasson 8ergeant Major.
Tho following promotions and as
signments are announced:
To be battalion-sergeant major, M.
F. Wasson, private, unasstgned.
To bo sergeants: R. H. Kreigsman,
corporal Co. A to Co. A; R. E. Guthrie,
corporal Co.B to do. B; C.'B. Conant,
corporal CaB to Co. B; W. ,H. Jones,
' corporal Co. C to Co. C; B. E. Yoder7
corporal Co. D to Co. D; F. A. Crltes,
"corporal Co. D to Co.'D.
Tp bo corporals: Y. C. Holland, '
. prlvqto Co. A, ta Co. A; N. Nelson,
private Co. A, to Co. A; J. P. Grow
don, private Co. A, to Co. A; F. C.
Hawkes, private Co. B, to Co. B; C.
B. Hall, prlvato Co. C, to Co. O; I. J.
Lalnger, priVftto Co. C, to Co. C; G. B.
Lalng, private Co, D, to Co. D; E. F.
Gultlinger, private Co. D, to Co.'D;
F. Young, private Co. D, to Co. D; L.
A,, 'Jones, private Atliiery, to-Artil-(ory.
By drdor of Captain Worltor.
' . . C. M. CORNELIUS,
1st Lieut. .Bat. of Cadets, Adjutant.
DO YOU EVER WRITE HOME?
Certainly you do Why don't you get
a box of that fine now box stationery
at the University Book Store? It will
please you and pleaso your friends.
A Little Item in jewelry
Have several dozen Signet Shirt Waist Setsi guar
anteed at 48c, engraved free, of charge. Violet Pattern
Shirt Waist Sets 25c.
Hat Pins In signets and other styles at 25c. "
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Jolly Sleighing Party.
About a dozen enthusiastic Univer
sity "co-eds" came to tho conclusion
that the tardiness of their gentlemen
friends was no reason why they should
not have a sleigh ride. After calling
up a number oj tho livery barns by
phone, a double cutter and a team
that girls could drive was finally se
cured. Division number one of tho
party left on scheduled time. For
a. while all went well. The sleigh
bells were ringing, maidens were
laughing and singing, tho prancing
horses wore snorting In the frosty air.
As the 'party was nearlng Sixteenth
and N Streets and.wero congratulating
themselves over their venture, the
break-down so Indispensable ta every
successful sleigh ride occurred and
hats, wraps, furs, .maidens- and all
wore precipitated into tho fleecy snow.
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tho Jlyoryjnan, vjas q ntho sqone of
disaster wjith onolhor rig, which 'he
turned over (o ho girls, taking tho
broken one In t for repairs. .In ' about
an hour they "pulled In" and were be
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tho rest of tho crowg mJoyad thon-
seivea in tneir own way. They re
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little, disappointed In not having t
break-down. They had the .satisfy
tlon, .however, of humiliating their"
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