The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 20, 1906, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN. -
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Zbc Daily Ucbraskan
A 'consolidation of
The Ilcnpcrlan, Vol. ?1, The Nobrankan,
Vol. 10, Scarlot and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hcsporlan I'ubllsh
Ing Co.
Entered as second class matter,
March 14, 11)00, at the Post Office at
Lincoln, Nob., under the Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. BtouL Laurence Fosslor.
DwlRht Cramer.
II. P. Lcavltt.
A. 0. Schrolbcr.
Manager Fred Naughton
Circulation W. E. Standovon
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone.. ......Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, $2 er year In advance
Again politics begins to hum and
those Interested uro gathering around
tho official kettle waiting for u hand
out. On May 10th the student mem
bers of tho Athletic Board will be
elected Tor tho ensuing year. Nearly
every student remembers tho election
of lust year, and how the cry of cor
ruption In Unlvorslty politics went up
after tho olectlon. Wo do not wish to
say anything about this "so-termed
corruption," but there Is another mat
ter of more vital Importance.
Lust year both 'factions placed In
tho field very capable men. Men who
were broad In their views, and who
could not be Influenced by trifling
jealousies. The result was that n
good bunch of student members wore
elected. This year It should be urged
that tho utmos't care bo exercised In
putting up men who are most capable
of handling tho work they would be
called upon to undertake. These men
should bo ones of mature judgment
and absolutely without any prejudices
ugnlnBt nny porson or any matter ex
cept bucIi prejudices be justifiable.
that tho remaining weeks of this year
would be mado tho most profitable of
his college life. Seniors, Juniors and
Sophomores, wake up and givo signs
of life. Are you going to let a first
year man sot nn example that you
should bo setting? It seems as though
the Seniors generally feel that they
have worked hard for seven seniostors
and that the last should be a period
of relaxation and good fellowship. But
there Is ns much for the ..Seniors to
do in his last semester as In tho first.
Tho Idea that a "sheepskin" Is soon to
bo forthcoming does not signify that
tho race Is run and that your future
is to bo over a broad and golden path.
Not only does this apply to tho ScnTor,
but also to tho entire student body
The four yeai's of University life are,
without a doubt, the happiest of a life
time, yet they should be tho most
profitable. To those just beginning
let us urge that you appreciate your
surroundings and make the., best of
them, and to those in the midst of
your course and just finishing, tnko a
braco and concentrate your best ef
forts along the most beneficial lines
of work.
STUDENTS' DEBATING CLUB.
Preliminaries Held Saturday, April 21.
Teams Will Be Chosen.
Saturday night, April 21st, in Union
Hull, there will be held the prelimi
naries for the intercollegiate debates.
Eight men ; six speakers and two alter
nates, will bo chosen to represent the
Student.' Debating Club in their an
nual foienslc contests, which this year
will he with the Dialectic Debating
Club of Weslcyun University and the
Alpha Omega Debating Club of Doane
College.
Any member of the club is eligible
to participate In the preliminaries.
Any student not yet a member of tho
club may arrange to enter tho try-outs
on application to tho secretary of -tho
club. Competent judges have been
chosen and all will bo given fair play.
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TljeTo are plenty such men In school
and it only rests with the two factions
to select them.
As tho nice spring weather manifests
itself there is a general tendency
among tho students in the University
toward "Bluffing." They can not bo
censured so severely for this, either,
for tho flno spring weather we have
been having hns been very conducive
to recreation and rest. But the stu
dents should shako oft any weather
disease that may be bothering them,
and keep earnestly at work. Lot tho
next two months bo two of the busiest
months of your school life.
A Prcshman was heard to resolve
Tho question for debate is the Hep-burn-TIHman
rato bill, and roads as
follows: Resolved, That tho railroad
rato bill as parsed by the house of
representatives on Jnjiuary 20 should
become u law.
The date" of tho intercolleglato de
bates has not been permanently de
cided o"n yet, but in all probability will
bo In the latter part of May. Both
of tho other clubs have strong repu
tations for debating and a lively con
test is expected. Tho Alpha Omegas
locked h6rus In forensic work with tho
Students' Debating Club la,st year and
the "Students" won by only a small
margin.
Time to bo thinking about pennants.
You "will bo pleased with ours at tho
Uni. Book Store.
Young Men's Sack Suits
At $15
A minute's examination of
the materials and workman
ship of these suits will con
vince you that you never saw
their equal at the price we
ask. There is an'exceptionally
big assortment of fine
worsteds in "Smart" English
plaids, stripes and mixtures.
Also, blue serges and black
tweeds. There are both ex
treme and conservative stlyes
in single and double breasted
sacks.
These suits are really
worth Twenty Dol
lars; at this store only
$
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Jilt $plS
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A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
Largest Manufacturers In the World of Official Athletic Supplies
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CRICKET LACROSSE CROQUET
IMPLEMENTS FOlt ALL Sl'OIlTS
Spalding's, Official Base Ba Guide for 1905. Edited by Henry Chad
wick. TJie most complete and up-to date book ever published on tho
subject. Fully illustrated Price 10 Cents.
Spalding's Official League For over a quarter of n
uun la uiu uuupiuu uau
of tho National Leagife,
and must be used in all
match games.
Every requisite for Lawn
Tennis and Golf.
Spalding's Trade-Mark
on your Athletic Implement gives you an advantage over tho other play
er, as you have a bettor article, lasts longer, gives more satisfaction.
Every Base Ball Manager should send at once for a copy of Spalding's
Spring and Summer Catalogue Free.
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
I Now York, Chicago, Kansas City. Denver, St. Louis, New Orleans
KWtt
century Spalding's Trade
Mitrk .on Base Ball im
plements has marked
the advancement of this
particular sport.
GREGORY THE COAL MAN
CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N. 'Of. '
BOTH PHONES. . 1044 O STREET
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