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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1906)
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publicity Offlci, 126 H. 14th St.
EDWIN MILROY SUNDERLAND, '07.
S. M. RiNAKKn, '00 -- - ManaglnK Editor
Fiikd BALLAttu, '05 Nowb Editor
W. E. STANDEVEN, '07.
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flftoon words or fraction thoroof. Faculty
notices and University bullotlnB will gladly bo
published f roo.
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as socond-class mail matter undor tho Act ol
Oongross of March 8, 1670.
AN OBJECT LE880N.
To those who are following closely
o dally work of tho football squad
thero Is apparent ono unusual and
highly gratifying feature. Consistently,
overy night -in tho week, thero are
onough men showing up In football
togs to form three andvsometlmes four
full teamB. "
This fact Is Indicative of dnexcep
tional degree of Btlck-to-lt-ivonoss
among the Scrubs and can, bo traced'
to but ono causo a loyalty to the
'Varsity that knowB no wavering.
' Tho lot of the ScriibB is not easy.
It is no sinecure to faithfully appear
at every practise, work hard for a
couple of hours, put heart and bouI
Into a scrimmage with tho 'Varsity,
take all tho pounding that comes, and
do it all without hope of reward. It
WHEN THE ALUMNI WRITE.
We publish today a letter from a
University graduate whose interests
aro Btlll bound up in the University.
The knowledge of his approval Is a
matter of personal satisfaction to tho
editor, and wo boliovo that his ex
pression of opinion: can not but be of
interost to readers of the Nebraskan.
ThiB communication may very well
furnish tho text for a short sermon
along this line. Many subscribers of
tho Nebraskan live in tho far corners
of the world, whore unique experiences
aro matters of overy day life. Many
aro in this country at the van of com
mercial enterprise and have an outlook
denied us who aro still in the Uni
versity. A lottor from any of theso
would command very goneral attention
and would bo of largo benefit to stu
dents and alumni alike
Wo ask you as a matter of pride in
Pyour Alma Mater, Mr. Ex-Unlverslty
Man or Miss ("Mrs." perhaps?), Ex
University Woman, to write to the
Daily Nebraskan. Wo shall be glad
to receive your comments on Unlver
ity life jmd will publish your letters or
not as you wish. We want your crit
icism of our paper that wo may know
how to make It bettor, and, above all,
wo want you to retain your close touch
with all that goes on at Nebraska. In
helping us, rest assured you help yourself.
THE UNIVER8ITY FORUM.
A meeting of the Forum Debating
Club will bo held next Tuesday even
ing in University Hall, room 107,
- Tho debate for the evening will be
given by ono of Professor Fogg'B
clashes in Argumentation. The ques
tion is "oRsolved, That municipalities
Bhould own and. operate their gas and
electric lighting systems." The affirm
ative will be upheld byMesBrs. Cheney
and Wentworth, while Messrs. Lantz
and McWhlnney will suppbrt the neg
ative. All members are urged to be pres
J. C. Wood & Co.
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
We are ihe recognised head
quarters for ftrst-ctkss Clean
Ing And Dyeing . , . . . .
T7TE CLEAN IVTenZ-Coats, Vests, Pants, 'Overcoats, Ulsters, Gloves, Neck
w ties, Etc. Ladle's Skirts, "Waists, 3-4 length Coats and Cravanettes, Jack
ets, "White Dresses, Mulls, Organdies, Silks, Satins, and Children's Clothes of all
Kinds'. "We Also Clean Curtains, Draperies, Portiers, and Theatrical Costumes.
GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY
1320 N STREET, LINCOLN.
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takes grit and it takes a love of the
game and of the University that Is as
fine as it Is uncommon. Furthermore,
It points a moral to tho rest of tho
students that Is worthy of careful at
tention. Who of ub on tho campus has not
been tempted to "knock" on Tho Team
since its defeat of last Saturday? All
too many have yielded to4h impulse
and pessimism- and discouragement
have gone tho rounds. Temporary dis
appointment has in many cases pro
duced a legarthic condition that threat
ens seriously to undermine the sup
port of tho team for tho rest of the
Not bo with the Scrubs. Their front
is unchanged, their courage undaunted,
they work but the harder to contribute
their share in retrieving the laurels
temporarily misplaced In last Satur
day's disaster. The Scrubs have sot
the pace. May the student body follow
their example. Come to the .game this,
afternoon and prove that you're still
with The Team. ' ,
Below wo quote a few items from this Dop't. which are m
special demand : - - -
Peter Pali Purses, in fancy leathers, eacH. ...)-,.. j-t t 25o!
Fancy Ribbon; beautiful pattern's; special values, per yard
10c, 29c ..-.-. 69c
More Plaid Bolts, with handsome buckles, in beautiful color
combinations, each 60c
Pad Front Hose Supporters; special value; on salo Wed
nesday at 26c
Dr. Vaux'fr French Massage Cream, on sale at our Toilet
Goods Counter 60c N
Ask to be shown tho merits of this cream, Saleslady
will be glad to show it.
American Castile Soap. Good to use this time of the year to
counteract the effects of cold weqther on delicate skin ; per
pound , ,10c
Mistletoo Cream ; regular 25c size 19c
Do you shave at homo Then try Plorafoam, tho "practical
shaving cream . . . 25c
MILLER & PAINE
3IMM8 ADJUDGED GUILTY.
Y. M C. A. DINNER TONIGHT.
Reniember there is ablg, all satisfy
ing dinner with all the garnishlngs to
be glvetf to all University men in the
basement of St. Paul's church at the
corner of Twelfth and M streets to-
''night at six o'clock. Tickets are 15
cents andd guarantee of no collection
goes with every ticket. There will
be music, magic and spoakln'g and all
will be of a high order.
1 TICKET8 TO GO ON 8ALE.
Tickets for the Kansas-Nebraska
football game and' for tho Thanks
giving game with Cincinnati will go
on sale at Harry Porter's November 1.
Get your tickets early. Kansas will
have a large crowd here and, it will be
hard to get good seats.
Convicted of Obtaining Money From
Freshmen Under False Pretenses.
A largo crowd gathered In tho court
room of tho College of Law when
Justice of Peace Venrick tried the case
of the State var-David Slmms and Leo
S. Legro. In this case the defend
ants were charged with obtaining
mohey under false pretenses. It will
bo roiriembored that those are the
partleswho sometime ago played the
old trick of serving summons on sev
eral Freshmen and collecting ten cent
feeB from each. StanleyNSartos was
prosecuting attorney. S. M.Thomp
son, who was attorney for tho defend
ants, demanded separate trial, so thV
case against David Slmms was first
tried. The defendant admitted getting
the money, but rested his case on the
proposition that tho state muBt prove
his Intention to defraud, which he
held the state had failed to do. Justice
Venrick however, was of different
opinion and rendered judgment against
the defendant, fining him $50 and tho
ten centB obtained from complaining
witness, LouIb Gregory. The defend
ants will appeal their care to the dis
The case against Legro was not
tried because of lateness of hour. Tiro
cour);, however, sot It to como oft on
Since the change in man
agement, we have received
many new patrons and our
old boarders are returning.
It will pay you to give us a
School of Music
There was a young chemistry tough
Who while mixing some confounded
Touched a match to tho vial
And after a while,,
They fouild a front tooth and a cuff.
Song Cycle aT Convocation.
The song cycle, entitled "The
Quest," by Ethelbert N,evln, was tend
ered at Convocation yesterday morn
ing by fourteen ladies of the Matinee
Muslcalo Club, Mrs. E. A. Schloss be
ing the soprano soloist, and the male
quartet Including .Geo. JohnBton, E. B.
Carder, B. B. Gillespie and C. H. Miller.
The CO-OP sells more pennants than
all the other Lincoln stores combined.
There's a reason. v.
JEvery day to October 31st,
1906, inclusive, tho Union Pacific
will sell 'one-way tickets as fol
16ws: $20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake
$20.00 to Helena and Butte Jdoh-
$22.50 to Spokane- and Wenat-
$22.50 to Huntington and Nam
$25.00 to Portland,. Tacoma and
$25.00 to Vancouver and Vic-
$25.00 to ABhland and Astoria,
Oregon, via Portland.
h $25.00 to San. ,FrancIsco. Loa-
Angoles and San Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to
many other California, Oregon,
.Washington, Montana, Utah and
Idaho points. ,
Through tourlBt cars run
every day via Union Pacific to
tho Pacific coast. For full infor
mation call on or address
E. B. 8LO88ON, General Agent.
McVey Printing company does tho
best University work at 125 No. 12th.
ALLEORETTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
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