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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1906)
THE DAILY NEBRA9KAN,
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Gbe ails ticb rfte ft ag S,lDg th0-f oneral cour8e of wor
Albert Aron was oloctcd president.
THE PHOPEIITY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
v . Lincoln, Kbbraaxa.
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' EDWIN MILROY SUNDERLAND, '07. I
8. M. RinAxkr. 00 .... Managing Editor
Frkd Dallahd, '05 Now Editor
W. E. BTANDEVEN, '07.
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Single Copies, 5 Cents- Each.
INDrVIDUAL NOTICES will bo rhargod for
at tho rato of 10 oonta por Insertion for ovory
nftoon words or fraction tboroDf. Faculty
notiooa and Uulvorslty bullotlna will gladly bo
Entorod at tbo poat fflco at Lincoln, Nebraska,
an second-clana mall mattor under tho Act or
Congroaa of Marob 0,1870.
No force can oxert a more benefi
cial influonco In University life, If
nronerly vented, than Class Spirit. If
all tho ohofgy and enthusiasm wo are
accustomed to see annually wasted in
the trifling, yet often disastrously ex
pensive, squabbles of "Soph" and
ITrosbio" woro turned into tho saner
channols of athlotlc contests .and Inter-
class debates great good might result.
Each class should, as we have urged
before, try to put forth winning foot
ball, baskotball, track and ' baseball
' Inter-class debates, which have un
fortunately -boon noglectod hitherto,
offer a Hold for .tho , expenditure of
class spirit that Is Buro to provo profit
able in tho highest degree.
Mr. Aron is tho only charter member
left In school. Miss Lucllo Long was
elected vice-president, Miss Inez Fries
secretary-treasurer, Misses Mattoon
and Travis -studont mombors of tho
. lErofcBBorBnrbor gave- a short talk.
on his vlBlt to -Italy. Whllo in Flor-,
ence ho purchased a beautiful bust for
tho Latin Club, having boon so in
structed by tho club 'last spring.
Large Class in 8tock Judging.
Tho class in Animal Husbandry and
stock judging this year is ono of tho.
largest tho department has over had.
In spite of tho inconvenience occa
sioned by the place and hour, the State
Farm and Saturday from 9 to 11, ovor
twenty students 'Jiavo registered- for
tho course, tho largo majority of them
The course is given by Dr. Gaines at
tho Stock Judging Pavilion. Stato
Farm, and includes tho judging by
score cards of all spooled, of live stock,
mora particularly tho horse.
Tho FreBhman class of tho College
of Law met in Union Hall yesterday
morning and agreed to meot for formal
eloction of officers Tuesday, October
16. It was alBO 'decided to ask Dean
Pound to preside at tho meeting, which
he agreed to do.
College Settlement Board Meets.
Tho now College Settlement Board
had its first meeting Monday at 5 p. m.
In L. 107. Prof. H. It. Smith was
choBen chairman and Miss Virginia
Zlmmer secretary or the coming year.
Professor Caldwell will continuo to act
as treasurer. Mr. E. H. WilliBford -was
reelected Resident at tho College Set
tlement house. Ho has recently beon
appointed, truant officer, and thlB
should servo io increasdhis oppor-
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IT'S JUST A MATTER OF COMMON SENSE
If the big stores sold you such hats as I do at $2.50
they couldn't sell their ,$3.50
' "" and $4 hats.
WHY PAY MORE?
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
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Those toho intend taking lVIechan
icaf Drawing, Botany and Zoology '
should inspect ray line; the test
articles at prices of cheap goods.
Largest stock of Fountain Pens in ,
the city . . Haoe you seen the
neto History Cooer, a loose-leaf
one, for only 26c: History paper
8c per 100 sheets, 36c per 600
sheets. Come in and see for
yourself . . , . .
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Location 1123 0 Street, Lincoln.
- THE LIBRARY AGAIN. .
Altho in a previous 'editorial wo
'strongly urged tho necessity of enlarg
ing tho seating capacity of tho Ll
' brary, wodo not think the students
- properly avail themselves of. the spaco
Tho selfish habit of holding chairs
indefinitely cannot be too sovorely con
demned. Many persons whoso disre
gard for others is equalled only by
their own shortsightedness havo been
known to leavo chairs turned down
whilo they have gono to dlnnor or at
tended classes. Such action b'y fostering-
this pernicious custom , not only
reacts upon those who practise it but
above all injures others 'who disap
prove of it.
Tho Latin Club met yesterday even
ing at tho University Woman's' Build
ing., The meeting was devoted to
electng? officers for the semester and
unities for work in the College Settle
merit Tho Board Is to be divided Into com
mittees, to do away with the Inevitable
delays In action that occurred when
tho Board had to act as a whole.
Department of Commerce and Labor
at Washington Looking for
Professor Taylor of tho Department
of Political Economy and Public
Finance is In receipt of a letter from
J. R. Uarflold, Commisioner for the
Department of 'Commerce and Labor
at Washington in which thero-Js an
urgent request for graduates in Polity
icnl Economy from this Unlyersity to
tako the special examination for, exam
iners and special agents for the Bureau,
of Corporatlons.-that is to bo given "in
Lincoln on "November 1st.
There 1b a special" demand for ex
ports in tho economic field at the pres
ent tlmo and .Nebraska's reputation
along these linos is apparently well
known. For somo years Mr. W. B.
Hunter, '98, who took his A. M. in tho
Department of Economics at Nobraaka,
has boon nctivo in tho work of tho
Bureau and recently ho has beon en
gaged as a special commissioner work
ing all over tho country on tho Stand
ard Oil investigation. Ho was a wlL
ness of considerable importance in that
portion of tho investigation held In
Anyone desiring further information
in regard to tho examination or tho na
ture of tho work' should see rrofoasor
Taylor at onco'. sav --
Shoe Troubles Go Off
Rogers & Perkins
1129 O Street.
A New Clover.
. A now typo "of red clover Is being
introduced by the United States De
partment of Agriculture. It differs
from the ordinary kind in being desti
tute of hairs on the MoniB and leaves,
and as a consequence is not as "dusty"
whenmado Into hay. This mattor Is
of epecial interest to University peo
plo'since this variety was introduced
through the efforts of ono of our grad
uates, Dr. Ernst A. Bessey, '96, who
visited Russia and other far eastern
regions several years ago while In the
service of tho government.
Ross McLaughlin, .Law '0G, is prac
tising law at Vallsscn, Iowa.
Why not tako your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th andT'Sts.?
Just Try Us One!
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