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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
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Con'roHit of March 11,1870.
A MEAN ADVANTAGE.
. Thru tho lonioncy of tho authorities
nud the loyal intoroBt of Captain
Workizor- la the athletic wclfaro of
-tho University, cadots with football
aspirations havo had. no difficulty In
getting excused from drill. It Is re
ported that one night last week a
count was mado of the excused who
wore out with squad and a very largo
number of solf-allogciT football aspir
ants wore conspicuously absent. Jt is
said that many of tho men enjoying
tho drill oxcuso privilege continually
"fall to appear on tho gridiron. Tho
oxcmptlon from drill is perfectly prop
or if it is not abUBed, but such abuse
ns that roportcd cannot be too -harshly
condomncd. -Aside from tho Ingratl
tudo It shows for tho willing coopera
tion of tho authorities, it Is an exhibi
tion of doplorablo disloyalty to the
University. Every man who has foot
ball ambition in him or who thinks ho
could help tho Varsity or the squad
should bo out on tho field overy night
doing all in his powOr.
Out of threa hundred and more
members of tho faculty of-tho Univer
sity of Michigan seven aro subscribers
to tha student paper, tho ' Michigan
Dally. Three of these seven subscrib
ers aro now mombers of tho faculty.
As soon as possible, in orlTor to show
tho other instructors their dereliction,
- cutSTottlro faculty subscribers will
bo published. In tho editorial of tho
current number tho Dally asks
whbthor Instructors aro prevented by
tho lack of funds from subscribing
,,to the paper, or that they aro Hot dd
slrouaof keeping "a finger upon tho
. studont pulse." Chicago Maroon.-
Mr. C. M. Hopkins of Warron, Pa.,
who six years ago presented the His
torical Society with a collection of
specimens from tho cavos adjoining
tho great Mammoth Cavo, has recently,
bepn In tho city. While hero he added
moro specimens .to his gift, among
thorn sovoral very beautiful stalactites
and stalagmites. Special cases have
been ordered to take caro of the now
The universities of California and
Loland Stanford are playing rugby
football, this year. .Tho students of
tho latter school found it slow,
What the Committees Havo Done and
Tho Y. M. O .A. cabinet mot Wednes
day evening for tho regular monthly
mooting. Tho reports submitted by
tho chairmen of tho different commit
tees indicate an encouraging growth
along tho various lines of work.
Tho mld-weok meetings show a
steady increase in attendance and in
terest. Tho topics discussed in theso
meetings aro of tlmoly interest to stu
dents. Tho Sunday afternoon meet
ings nro to bo discontinued in order
to assist in conducting tho Oliver
meetings, which begin November 11th.
Tho Blblo Study department reports
that tho enrollment is about 325 and is
fatlll increasing. Tho groups meet un
der competent student leadership at
various rooming houses, fraternity
houses, and tho V. M. C. A. rooms. Tho
leaders' normal class meets weekly
under the leadership of C. 1. Maync,
secretary of the City Association.
Tho social committee is planning to I
havo froquont social ovonts during tho
year, similar' to the supper last Satur
day ovenlng and tho opening recep
tion In September.
Tho membership at present is 127
now members and 21G old members,
making a total of 343. Tho member
ship committeo is planning to increase
tho membership to GOO this year.
Tho ' budget this year required to
carry on tho work for tho year is $1,
420. This ontiro amount is raised by
the finance committee.
Tho now student directory is ini
course of preparation and will bo pub
lished as Boon as the necessary Infor
mation can be secured.
The missionary committee Is offer
ing five different courses in the study
of missions. The classes will begin in
tho near future.
Mr. H. C. Searles, '02, hus boon
visiting University frionds the last few
days. He is now locating -engineer
for the Missouri Pnciflc railroad with
headquarters at St. Louis. Ho is on
his way to westorn Kansas where tho
company Is constructing long passing
(racks," 1. o., very long side tracks
which will eventually bo changod Into
a double track. Tho Gould railroad
company is pursuing this plan on all
the railroads In its control' and within
tho near future will havo a double
track from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific.
Two of tho forestry men In the class
of Systematic Botany have mado a
list of tho trees In the vicinity of
Lincoln and have found nearly 100
species. This Is tho largest number
over enumerated forThls part of the
state. Among the unexpected trees aro
a Japanese pagoda tree, and a south
ern cypress, both natives of -much
Statistics of thojenrollmcnt of stu
dents In tho graduate school show .a
registration up to tho present tlmo of
one hundred and four as against ono
hundred nnd twenty-for tho" whole of
last year. Registration was rather
slow as many fellows and scholars
in some of tho dlfforont departments
delayed registering for a long time.
Tho Y. W. C. A. roports that thor
Is' a total enrollment in mission study
classes of olghty persons. There arc
thirty registered In Dr. Long's ch
alono. This class, is studying system
atically tho regular Christian En
deavor mission topics.
Thomas Newton Fleming, '05, is
3Uperlntending the Lyons t public
schools. , Miss Leah L Meyers, '0G,
Is .principal at tho same placo.
WE HAVE THEM
LEG G 1 N S
For the right kind come to the reo.
Students at the Agricultural College Please Call
and leave your measure for a Uniform.
VOTE FOR UNIVERSITY HEN
Candidate for County Attorney on the Fusion Ticketr
Mr. Shepherd was a member of the class of 1890. Up
Js a very capable man and deserves the support of
every voter in the University.
Chapin Drop., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 S. 12.
You will bo satisfied with Cameron's,
Call up the Star ipollvory Co., Bag
gage. Both Phones.
Why not tako your baths at Chris'
Bath Houso, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Special 15-cent meals at The
Phoenix Restaurant, 142 No. 11th St
McVoy Printing company doo3 thai
best University work at 125 No. 12th.
Tho CO-OP soils moro pennants than
all the other Lincoln stores combined.
There's a reason.
Tho-Ivy Press is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
Tho-ponnants at tho Co-op havo the
style and finish which glvo them a
"Green's barber shops excel all
others in tho west. Entirely modern
andjtho best work assured.
Tho Co-op had moro than $G00 worth
of pennants at tho beginning of school.
They aro going-fact. Bettor got one.
The Lincoln Sanitorlutn.
-All kinds of baths. and fine plunge.
14 th and M
Best soft wator -shampoo in tho city,
124 No. 12th St E. Goodman Tanner.
. DR. M. H. ALEXANutK,
Dentist Auto Phono 251G, 1213 O St,
Tho CO-OP sells more pennants than
all tho othor Lincoln stores combined.
There's a l-oason.
ALLMEITI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
r 20 Per Cent Off on ail
-Football Clothing, Helmets,
v AND NOSEGUARD8.
$3.50 Union Suits' for. . . , . .$2.80
32.50 Union Suits for. ." . . ,$2.0ff
$L00 Helmets for 80c
$1.50 Helmets for $1.20
$1.75 Helmets forM $1.40
$2.25 Helmets for $1.80
$2.50 Helmets for $2.00
$1.50 Noseguards for $1.20
Lawlor Cycle Co.
I324 0 Street.
C A. TUCKER, Jeweler, '
DR. S. S. SHEAIJ, Opllclsn '
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
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