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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN.
ZEbg 3)a 1 1 y TR e b ra 0 ft a n
OWNED AND DIRECTED DY THE
BOARD OF REGENTS
or tiik Univiciuuty or Nkiikarka,
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
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published f roo.
Entorod At thQppBt'.fllQo nt, Lincoln, Nebraska,
as Bocond-clanflTnftU matter under the Act of
pongrcan of March 8, 1879.
Several dnys ago tho Nobraskan pub
lished In Us columns n semi-humorous
bit of verso taking to task the crowds
of smokors'who congregate daily, and
usually at Convocation hour, outside
of the south gatos of the campus. Ap
parently this rather gentlo hint had
no effect for, if anything, the ranks of
these offenders against good taste have
increased rather than dlmlnshed. A
more decided expression of opinion
seems to bo necessary and it is to be
hoped that a further repetition may
not bo called .for.
Since smoking is prohibited upon
the campuB It is. not at all unnatural
that those men who aro addicted to
the use of tobacco should go only so
selves to pOHfllblc comment.
In our estimation no loyal student
with tho right motives for entering
the University can afford to lower
himself in the estimation of tho Uni
versity public by committing such an
act of discourtesy if It is nothing
worse than that. We would suggest
to men desiring to smoke at any time,
that they select some other base of
operations, and it they still wish to
remain close to the campus let them
confine themselves to the eastern end
of the Armory or Bomo other equally
unobtrusive spot outside the fence.
While wo aro "wielding the ham
mor" it may not be amiss to call to
tho attention of those who nttend Con
vocation, a bit of discourtesy that re
sults wholly from thoughtlessness and
can bo readily corrected with a little
Before the beginning of the regular
exercises on each Monday and Friday
Mrs. Raymond Is accustomed to play
tho organ for about Ave minutes as a
prelude. This is done while students
are coming into tho room and the noise
made in tho search or seats is, of
course, unavoidable. Tho noise does
not stop here, however, for tho Inter
val beforo the gong strikes Is usually
employed in a vigorous discussion of
last night's danco or class politics. It
strikes us that this is distinctly dis
courteous to the organist as well as a
decided loss to the Individual who
misses the benefit of tho masterpieces
of music that Mrs. Raymond renders.
Along this lino Is tho visible and
sometimes quite audible reading of
the Nobraskan that goes on at the
Bame time. Editorially, we acknowl
edge that we like to feel that the stu
dents are anxious to read tho Nebras
kan, but wo do believe that it should
bo done elsewhere than at Convoca
tion. Strict attendance to tho exer
cises will pay, wo feel sure, and It
will make tho part of tho people who
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WHY PAY MORE?
Those who intend taking Mechan
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should inspect my line; the test
articles at prices of cheap goods.
Largest stock of Fountain Pens in
the city . . Haoe you seen the
new. History Cooer, a loose-leaf
one, for only 25c: History paper
8c per 100 sheets, 35c per 5,00
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far beyond tho boundary line as Is
j ' necessory lo enjoy their smoke be
'tween hours. Wo do not pretend to
be censors of tho habits of the stu
dents of theA University and we havd
no word of condemnation save as tq
the method employed. But here we
do find serlouB fault.
In the first place the south gates aro
used far moro generally than any oth
ers opening upon tho campus. Es
pecially is this true at Convocation
hour when large numbers of young
ladles are passing in and out. To
block the gates in any way at such
a time would bo a serious Incon
venience but when In additlqn to this
there is added a cloud of tobacco
smoko that Is exceedingly offensive
to most of our co-ed students there
seems to be reason for vigorous com
plaint on tho grounds of downright
rudeness. There Is In addition to this
positive cause' for protest the repug
nance that tho co-eds havo for passing
J a crpwd of idlers and subjecting thorn-
favor ub so willingly much easier than
fit is at present.
80PHS WIN CANE RUSH.
Tho usual class rivalry between the
Freshmen- and Sophomores has been
prevalent this year in rather largo
moasuro. FroriTtho first pasting of
"procs" by both classes on Tuesday
night there was considerable excite
ment culminating Saturday afternoon
In tho cane rush. The Sophs were
able to broak seven out of tho ten
canes held by the Freshmen and .were
therefore declared tho victors. Belolt
Forest Club Meeting.
The Forest Club will hold Its first
meeting of .the year at 7:30 p. m., Sat
urday, October 6. Ofllcers will be
elected and plans for tho coming year
will bo discussed, Every old menv
ber should be out to lend his moral
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 119 So. 12.
Mass Meeting for girls at 11 a. m.
Music at Convocation.
Nebraska vb. South Dakota on Cam
pus. Forest Club meets 7:30 p. m.
Librarian Jewott at Convocation.
Junior ClaBB meets at 11 a. m.
Professor Fossler on Honrlk Ibsen
Friday, 12th. ,
Music at Convocation.
Pershing Rifle Hop at Fraternity
Nebraska v. Drake on Campus.
Hon. W. H. Thompson at Convoca
tion. Wednesday, 17th.
Prof. G. E. Howard at Convocation.
Music at Convocation.
Nebraska vs. Amos on Campus.
Nebraska vs. Doane on Campus.
To the Public
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