The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 21, 1906, Image 2

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" TUB UNlVBItSlTY OF NKUKA8KA.
Lincoln, Nkiihahka.
PWU3HED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY TIIB STUDENT PUB. BOAJID.
Pnbllcitlon Office, 128 N. 14t(l St.
jTCDYvTX MILHOY HUNDBHLANl37'07.
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Bvnon B. Yodeh, '08, ....... Circulator
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Editorial Rooms and Business Office
Biccmtnt, A4m!nlitratic Building
Postolflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
Subscription Price, -$2.00 Per Year
Payable In Advance
9ingle Copies, 5 Cents Each.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo elmrKod for
ntiuoriuooi iucowh iwr iiwurwoM ior ovary
flftwn wouds V h'uotlon tfioroof. Fwulty
nbUcoH mWl7iilVtlSttV)jullottiia will Kindly Ihj
ptibll&Uijd frco.
Kulorcd ilt tlio iolr.lllco nt Lincoln, Nounmkn,
M socond-cluAs Jimll jniittoi tmdor tho Aot ot
OouKre of March U, 1810,
A SENSIBLE COUR8E.
Tho Senior and Junior classes have
pursued the best possible policy in
golting out of an unfortunate predica
ment. Thoh1 first meeting was called
vhon feeling over tho onforcomont of
Rulo 31 was at lis Iiighost point and
wliqii impartial judgment WAB von
dorod very difficult, if not altogether
imposible. Tho first resolutions to.4)o
formulated wore drafted without tho
slightest attempt to find out tho truo
stalo of affairs from tho standpoint of
tho Chancollor and tho Regents, and
a number of conclusions woro reached
without a logical foundation.
Tho second mooting of tho classes
found a different spirit present. Timo
had worked Us inovltablo calming of-1
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fept and the word of tho Chancellor
In defence of tho --notion of tho Ro
gents, even when spoken thr.u the
lips of a student, received a respectful
hearing. The students realized, too,
-that their hasty action in presenting
"obstructionist" resolutions hud hurt
tho University thru tho press of tho
country and thoro was no further dls
position to Increase tho injuryr The
resolutions woro promptly and deoi
niH'o ri'ji'uiuu una 1110 way
was
iaiuriornciioiiiuQiiB a coursfl moro
modorato and bettor calculaigd to win
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its ends. -
Willi mo now resolutions as adopt-
od, wo aro most heartily In sympathy. 1
'Wo believe they show a luudahlo do-
slrpoii'tho jiart of tho upperclassmon
to do tho squuro thing and yet hull -
cate an unwillingness to uncomplnln-!
Ingly submit to a regulation which
they really bollovo tobe an Imposition
f enforced. without dlscrlminaton. It
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'Is only just th:t tho Chancellor and'
,thp Board or Regent should lonrn t,.PS,!!onVn.r V' B; ?ln?klun,n ot
, .. 4 , , , , ,, tiie Stato Historical Society has boon
what student opinion Is .on matters jRiaddeod by the arrival of a baby
that vitally concern the student body 'girls . . .. " ,',
ah a whole ami it is only right that tho
expression of this opinion should re
celvo 4110 moat caroful consideration
from both tho HtmlontH and tho execu
I tivo officers of tho University.
Wo trust that tho Board of Regents,
at their next meeting, will discuss the
proposal or tho upporclassroon with
tho respect and tho consideration thnt
tho resolutions demand. Tho Chan
cellor lias said that tho Regents will
reconsider Rulo .'11 if tho uppor classes
so desire. The classes luivo not re
quested tills, but what thoy havo ro
quested deserves equally as much at
tention. In tho name of '07 and '08
wo ask for a thoro rovioW of-tho situa
tion and the adoption of tho proposed
system for discrimination in tho en
forcement of Rulo 31.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEAR8.
Things that happendd in othor dnys
as recorded In Tho Nebraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Chancellor Andrews spoko Iiuchnpol
on tho Now York election.
President Crawford of the Senior
class was charged with malfcasanco '
in ofllco and tho dato for his trial was
sot.
Four Years Ago Today.
The Unl and Coop book stores wore !
Yobjjcd. Tho thieves secured about
$f2C "Worth of goods.
Tvv"o -Years Ago Today..
Bcllovuo was "swamped" by tho
score of 52 to 0.
One Year Ago Today.
Tho Athletic. Board decided to send
a commlttoo to confciMVlth ropreseiita-'
Ives from Kansas In regard to re- j
sumption of- athlotio relations between
the two schools.
Prof. Thomas C. Blalsdoll, head of .
; tho department of English In the Stato '
Agricultural School at Michigan, will
address tho teachers of English and
tho general session of tho Nebraska,
Foot Ball Hat Pins
Sterling Pins in
case only
50c
See Our Window
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Jeweler-Optician
EYES EXAMINED FREE
Stato -Tcacliors' Ahsoclatlon which
meets here In December. Prof Blals-
dell received hlb IiiHter's degree hero.
and for ono year he acted in the ca-
paclty-of instructor in English Litem -
ture. For uiumbqr-rjf-yearH he vab
at tho head of tho English department
at thoPittsburg Normal School. He
r numhdrTJfTearH he was
is well JuioWiFTliruoiiL the country
of tUQ- authors oH'Stops tiTTL fJ. ?!ISSd,0
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'iEnglisli."
i Professor Caldwell has received a
- souvenir odition or Thomas JefforsOW;
writings. Theso books are published
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hv tho Jefforsoninn AssofilnHnn. wliloh
by tho Jefforsoninn Association, which'
was organized some years ago for tho
purposo of commemorating tho work
of tho great statesman ' by resting a
memorial building" near tho AVhlle
Houso. Congress has appropriated
$100,000 for this purposo, and the so-
,,nt -
11,000,000 will bo collected
SUle Ot the books. It is expected thQl.i,n.inniln'WnrThhiittfliHvln& Town.
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The Penant Season
18 NOWHERE
Wo have a largo stock of good ones. A shipment of line University
JEWELRY
Jiiut deceived. Tills is tho time of year to wear a nice pintor brooch.
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Get ono or two of our pound boxes of ilne Candies for Thanksgiving
time. You can get a bottle of good
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UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE f
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R. B. GR1AIN, '99 - I.E.,FERKIN8
UKTAILEJIH AN1 JOHBHllS OF ' JT
TOBACCO, CIGARS, . AND NEWS
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Bik.
Cornhuskors, got busj'. Townscnd.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
You will bo satisfied with Cameron's i
Lunch Counter.
.lames T. Fisher, '(), Is visitlngtho
University today.
Students of tho( Industrial Geography
class visited the 'gas works Monday.
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i Why not take youroaths at Chris'
jBath House, corncr41th and P Sts.?
McVoy Printing Co., 121) No. 12th at.,
has turned out somq neat Avqrk for
university organiuzuous.
O. P; Craft, 'U5, was visiting in Lin
' coin r
coln during (ho early part of tho
weeif
Tho Ivy Press is now located at 212
South Twelfth street. University work
especially solicited.
Yo olden candlesticks and yo now
ones, too, at Harris', tho jeweler, 1137
O st. lie's reliable.
Green's barber shops excel all
others in tho west. Entirely modern
1 and thd bost work assured.
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nair uressers.
Best soft -water shampoo'In tho city,
121 No. 12th St. ID. Goodman Tannor.
' modern, with bath: suitable for ono
or two gentlemen. 1117 H stroeX.
There's ono place in a thousand
vher0 y0ll cnu n,ul tho renl Rookwood
pottery. ' Come into Harris' and see it.
pottery.
, 1137 O st: He's reliable.
3137 O st
WANTED Tlilrly.ilve Cornhuskors
to sit eyery day for tho next two
weeks in order 6 (have, ajlmado be
fore Thanksgiving, 'ftwnsend',
Havo you had your sitting for the
Cornhusker? If not, don't fail to at
. bo madeijeoro Tliank'sgivih. Town
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Far First Class Taller
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Auto, 48 College Viaw
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FRE8H EVERY DAY!
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Our Candles nnil BnketV Goods are Always
Frcsli nnd Good. Cntrine is our spooialty
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Laundrymen.
YULE BROS.
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DR.JNO. J. DAVIS
Graduate Refraction-
1st and Optician
Spectacles and Eye
Glasses Correctly
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Ollice 1222 O St. Auto Phojic o031
Call up tho Star Delivery Co., Bag
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