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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1906)
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THJE DVILY NEBRASKAN.
Zbc Daily llebraskan
A conflolldatlon of
Tho Ilcoporlan, Vol. Tl, Tho Nebrukan,
- Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4,
PubllBhcd dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho Unlvoralty of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho llosporlan Publish
Entered as socond class matter,
March 14, 1900, at tho Post Offlce at
Lincoln, Nob., under the Act of Con
gress, March 3, 1879.
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Lauronco Fossler.
II. P. Leavltt.
Dwlght Craftier. A. a. Schrolbcr.
Manager., Fred Naughton
Circulation .W. E. Standovon
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Price, J2 per year In advance
Today tho new publication board
recently appointed by the Regents
meet to dccldo definitely upon tho fu
turo policy of tho Dally NebraBknn.
This board Is to talco tho place of tho
former Hesperian board of publication.
Tho members pf the new board, as ap-
pointed are: Professors Richards,
Louise Pound, Grummann, Avery and
This change of management, while it
wlll not materially change tho policy
of the paper, yet It Is to jnake a de
cided change of University publica
tions. Tho chango will not bo so evi
dent thla-yoar as at the beginning or
next, when It is expected that the
more decided changes will bo made.
Chancellor Andrews has labored hard
during tho past two years to place
Hho Nobruskan on what was considered
n different and better basis. The meth
od of electing editors and managers
is qulto likely to bo revised, but as
yet nothing is cleflnlto as to the moflo
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to bo adoptod. The present manage
ment and control jiro well satisfied
with the -settlement, and assert that
the Chancellor and Regents have been
very fair In their treatment. -
Thero Is a growing complaint among
tho Btudents of a certain department
' of this Institution against tho compul
sory keeping on of-coat3 during labora
tory hours. Exactly why such an in
convenience should bo Imposed upon
the students of this department when
In the laboratories of other depart
ments a man Is permitted to remove
his coat when the weather necessU
tatos It has not yet ben explained.
Whore there any objectfbn on tho
'part or students attending it might too
Justified, but where this is not tho
case, 'as.lt is not in the department
under discussion, It seems not only
unjust to the students, but n real In
jury in that it hinders them materially
in their work.
At Banquet Propose the Formation of
a Debating Society.
Jack Miller banqueted the debaters
at his home, 1S19 C street, Wednesday
evening. Tho squad, tho toam and
Professor Fogg were present and re
port a .most enjoyable time.
During the evening tho project ot
establishing an honorary debating so
ciety In the University was taken up
and discussed. Tho discussion result
ed in the appointing of a committee
of throe C. C. McWhlnney, Mason
Wheeler and J. M. Swenson to draw
up plans for such an organization.
Tho society, if formed, will probably
be modeled after tho debating societies
of the East, whero membership is
based strictly upon excellence In de
bate and general scholarship. Tho
candidates are elected to membership
only after they have proven them
selves proficient in competitive try
outs. Tho committee which has the matter
in hand will report conclusions to the
squad at its next meeting, Tuesday,
May 1, when definite steps will be
taken toward perfecting the organiza
tion of tho society.
Tonight Is the nigTit, six the hour,
and St. Paul's church tho place. The
program is complete, tho toasts spicy,
the victuals well done. The service Is
guaranteed. No committeeman's din
ner has ever yet been served without
n ten years' guarantee and tonight will
be no exception.
Dr. Condra will be there and L. C.
Oberlles, Dean Ringer and MrTlialley.
They will tulk as they have talked In
the past straight from tho shoulder
und to tho point. Dr. Paine will also
bo there and a dozen more of tho city's
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best blood. In fact, the Indications
o're that this will bo the most success
ful dinner over given by the Y. M. C.
A., witylch Is saying a groat deal.
The prlco of admission, which in
cludes everything from toasts and
tarts to beans and (Budwelser?), Is
fifteen cents Just enough to pay the
room rent. Y. M. C. A. men, it Is
something you cannot miss. Wo need
your voice in the singing and the
yells. Your presenco Is solicited.
P. S. No, girls, we are sorry. For
Come out and hear Dean RIhgor nt
the Y. M. C. A. committeemen's din
ner. Remember, it's tonight at C:15.
Dining room of St. Paul's church.
J. P. 'Bailey of Omaha will act as
toastmaster at tho committeemen's
dinner tonight at G:15.
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of one of our
neat sn't it?
This suit looks
better yet upon close in
spection Come in and
see if this isn't true
$10 to $30
is the range of prices
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GREGORY THE COAL MAN
CHARLES B. GREGORY, U. of N. '91.
BOTH PHONES. 1044 O STREET
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Do ypu know that our, cutter, "Gus
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particular customers for five years?
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