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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1906)
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Nights Reserved Seats 5c Extra
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In Their Qenpational Novelty Re-
bouh'dlng Acrobatic Act.
MISS BESSIE TAYLOR
The Charming VdcallsV
LINDSAY'S DOGS AND MONKEYS'
The Famous .Troupe of Animal
MR. WILL H..SMYTHE
8lnging, "Like the Rose, You're the
BONNER and RAYMOND
Presenting, "The Stubbornness of
On the Blograph
Just Fry Us One !
State Printing Company .
Stationery .Department. All kinds' of
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Office 1222 O St., Auto Phone 8021
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.All kinds ofr baths'-and fine plunge.
14th and M. .
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5 Best soft. -vyater shampoo in the city,
, l24No;U2tn St; 'EL' Goodman 'Tanner.
Cameron's. Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Kvery Loyal TJnlvorBlty Student
la urged to patronize thcie Ne
braiknit ndvcrtUera, rind to men
tlon the paper while doing ao.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Paiaco.
BATHS Chris', Lincoln Sanltorlum.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
BAKERY Petry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, Firat Na
CAFE Sam 'Westorfleld, Don Cam
eron, University School of Music
CATERER "Tommy," at Mlllor &
CIGARS Lindsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unlahd, Ma
goo & Doomor, Ludwlg, The Ster
ling. COAL Gregory, Whitebroast
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, Tho Fol
Bom. DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
sheimer. DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs. -
EXPRESS Lincoln Locul. Tho Star.
FLORISTS Chapin. Bros.
FURNITURE Tho Bonway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott, J. 1,
Davis, F. B. Harris.
LAUNDRIES Yulo. Bros., Merchants,
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mcllck
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING Now Century, Georgo"
Bi'ds., McVejr, State' Printing Co.,
-The Ivy Press, Simmons.
MUSIC Curtice, Lester Piano .Co.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoo Co.
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
Co., Lincoln Cycle Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog.
THEATERS Olvor, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
. Vrite'r Co.
WAFFLES Mrs. Day. Sam's Cafe.
Prof. Edwin Maxoy. .
Music. , ,
Chaplain: Prof. Laurence Fossler.
Nebraska vs. TJoane on Campus.
Hon. A. S. Tlbbotts, "The' Multimil
lionaire." Wednesday, 31.
Prof. G. B. Barber, "Vesuvius and
Chaplain: Prof. F. E. Stuff.
Monday, Nov. 5.
Prof. E. Ht. Barbour',' "The Architec
ture and Sculpture of tho Loulsi
. anU, Purchase Exposition." (Illus
trated.), Dr. Haggard 212-213 Richards Blk.
Unland wants' -'to make your suit.
1042 O St. '. ,
You will be satisfied with Camoron!s
Call up the Star-Delivery Co., Bag
gage. Both Phones. -
"Bill" Johnson is., being- tried out
at quarter this week.
Tho place to buy a fountain pen.
The University Book Store. t
-Univorsity printing done, by -, Sim
mons the Printer, 224 N. 11th SL
, i iu: u - ';
Special. 15-cont ' meals at The
Phoenix Restaurant142 No. 11th St
y npt take your baths i&t Chris'
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' McVdy 'Printing cofapahy 'does the
best University work at 125 No. 12th.
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Iowa -. 1,815
Loland Stanford, Jr ." 1,780
Kansas '. 1,708
Indiana '. 1,084
M. I. Tv .....1,400
BorIoii University 1,359
Ohio y 1,272
Tufts College ....: 1,007
Dartmouth .'. 1010
Virginia ... 774
Johns Hopkins 720
It is interesting to note the com
ment niado by Mr. Tracy relative to
tho comparative slzo of Nebraska and
Iowa. Ho says:
-Look, too, at Iowa and NobraBka.
See what a difference botweon these
two universities, a sheer drop of over
In summarizing his article, Mr.
Tracy conies to this conclusion:
"Tho one concrete fact of signal
importance and interest which Is de
duced from these statistics Is that the
Eastern Institutions are slowly losing
ground, and that the Mississippi Val:
ley colleges are likely, to become load
ers. Tho mean rate of advance for
tho wholo country is .048 por cent; for
Now England, including Harvard, Yale
and Tech, and the seven smallor ones,
is .04 per cent; while the rato for the
eleven Mississippi Valley Institutions
is .088 per cent.
"The one thing that prevents tho
early appearance of 'tho largest Amer
ican University' in tho Mississippi Val
ley Is tho lack of an institution big
enough In scope and hoartly enough
wolcomed as a whole to secure popular
Indorsement. The city in which this.
institution should be located Is, of
course, Chicago. The boys of the fu-'
ture are going to attend a collego lo
cated In a city, just US" they are now
working In a city. Chicago ought to
.havo that institution, and Chicago has
the Bite, buildings and general equip
ment suitable for this university, but
as long as the Rockefeller curso is
upon it conscientious parents will hesi
tate to send their boyff there. It may
be that In 'the future that univorsltyl
will recover from this incubus. But
until It does tho West will jiot sond
Its best men there, and Harvard will
PROF. SMITH AT NEBRASKA CITY.
Reports Stock 8how at that Place a
Professor Smith, who acted as judge
at tho 'live stock show in Nebraska
City last week, returned to Lincoln
Saturday. He reports tho show a
marked success In every particular,
Its herU of Galloway cattle and exhibit
of blooded 'horses being especially
The show was given under the au
spices of theJMorton-Gregson Packing
company and was the first , eVent of
its kindrin tho history -of the state.
Rhetoric 15Bebate. - "
The first debate in Rhetoric 15, tho
Introductory course in debate, will
take place this afternoon in University
Hall 10G, from 2 to 3 o'clock, followed
from 3 to 4 o'clock by the criticism.
Tho question is: "Resolved, That the
South Carolina dispensary system
should bo introduced into Nebraska."
The affirmative will bo maintained by
Miss? Pay M, Hartley, '09, and W. R.
King, '08, arid the negative by H. L.
Swan, '08. The debates in this courso
have been opened to, the public this
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