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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
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vnivmiJAIj NOTICES will 1m churirod for
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(Ifteori rorlH br friiutlon tlioroof. Kauulty
notlco nnd lliilvoi'alty litillutlns will tdudly Ikj
Entflrod nt tho pont fllOont Lincoln. Nobrnaku,
ua Mocoml-oluHH mrill nuittdr under tho Act of
UonKron1 of "tliirchlJ, 1870.
SEE THE TEAM OFFl
Today at 1:15 tho football
leavo over tlia Hook Island for their
battle wltlu the tnroons on Marshall
FleUf next Saturday. Every "Univer
sity studentwho can possibly arrange
hlB work should not ftlUJto bo nt the
stiltlon to ulvc tho men an onthuslantlc.
sonrt-voff. After Saturday's disaster
tho team onccris 'all tho support nhd
po.nfldenco they can get. Wo havo a
fighting chanco to do , something to
GllcaRo yet and that chance should
not fall thru for lack of oucournge
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Eyory student who can do so should
accompany tho team and manifest his
loyalty to tho vory last. Nobraskans
In Chicago have made preparations t
Mim mm 'mj m m mm mm i - m fw. it J noon nour. jl is jnuusani worn unu
LAV T UVtKtUA I a tWm my you. Apply -y. m. a a.
My first Fall Overcoats I claim as much for them as
for my Cravanettes Straight from the shoulder $15
Goats for $10. I am not running a clothing store.
THESE ARE SPECIAL COATS
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter.' 1141 6
WHY PAY MORE?
locate the Nobraska men at the gamo
in such a manner as to
rooting very cffeotlvo.
busker section of tho
should bo filled;'
But whether you g6 or stay, do not i Professor Brooks, and NeJjrasUa may
fall to bo at tho Station at 1:45 todnyjfeel proud to be represented and to bo
( r , represented by such a inan as Pro-
' . -THE WRONG METHOD; , fOssor Luckoy.'
-"Muyh dissatisfaction hnabo'on ex
pressed v,lth tho way In which tho ,
recent Interclass--football game bo-,
'tween tho Freshmen nnd Sophomorer. '
was conducted nnd .thoro hns been
SOmO talk Of )10teSllnK tllO game be -
causo br tho alleged ineligibility of
certain players, It seems that both
teams phycd men who wero known
to lack tho nocessaiy number of
credit and effected somo sort of a
cqmprommo to cover tno uuuetmy.
cjv ono oi tno teams, ortat least
mnjprHy of Its members, denounce tho
agreement under which tho game1 was
jplayod and me said to -be seeking to
invalidate the contest. '
certainly is deplorable
en men who are football t play
nnd sti'doiifs nevertheless cannot bo
picked from each of the ;clussea 'In
question, Tho proper way to prevent
tho necessity of such a poor make
Hhlft Holutlon of tho difficulty as whs
resorted to IriMhis chso" la (o deter-1
mine definitely In ndvnnco vhother
tho candidates for tho class teams
hitvo tho requisite supply of credits,
nnd If they have not they should he
rojeotod ut once In,- favor of players
NEBRA8KA MEN IN POLITICS.
Many University Graduates Holding
Positions of Public Trust.
Tho wldo political influenco of TJnl
verslty men is mnking Itself felt moro
and moio In every department of our
stato's .luvoiopment. In tho last elec
tion It. M. Thompson, '99, and II. B.
Sackott, '98,. were elected to tho State
Senato, while E. B. Quuclcenbusli, '9G,
Elmer W. Brown, '95, Ed. P. Brown,
'92, nnd Adam McMullen, '9C, wore
elected Members of tho House of Itop
rosenti.v6j. Ernest M. Pollard, who
goes to the lower houso at Washing- g
ton, Is a holder of a B. A. degrco given , j5
in '911, and George" L. Sheldon, whoi8
vilL bo tho youngest governor this , v
tcannTitate mts over had. Is a graduate of tho ' 6
class of 'fail-. United States Senator
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nnrknt 1h. mi nliimntiw nt llm T.ivX
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Luckcy hriS recelvod-
communicAtlor to the effct tl'.at the
next ueotlngof tlio national commit-
toeQii the Professional Preparation of
High School Teachers will meet r .porter.
Chicago duiinK February, when tho, "Just 23, skidddo," answered tho
Nntion.il Supcnhtendents' conveniloa
This natloimKcommittee of
was appointed In
rtht jMotlng r.f ihc National
tlonal Association In 1905 for the pmvltend to It at once, foriU sittings must
fc .1 . i m . m. i l-.t tn -
of getting a uniform slnndard
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for certification of high school teach-
. ers throughout tho United States. On
this committee aro some of the most
j illustrious- educators of tho country,
such men as Professor Tlanus and
Bonesl Bonesl Bonesj
"It Is "a .rcmarknblo thins," said
ono of tlu proTC'Ssors who Is "at work
on tho Nobraska "Loess" mnn. re-
cently unearthei nt Florence, "that
,Vn (ln.l thn Hnnm nnmhnr nt rinnh
kind of bones skulls," arm bones and
all. Apparently, tho. skulls aro the
boat pVosorvod, becauso wo, find as
; many of the mass of log or arm bones
it's strange, too, for tho skulls aro
' tljln; they should ,hay,o been do,-"JstroyedfTrst.-
,SometJ.of thq, 'monf-yvho
o aro .digging are beginning Ub " gel
alarmed. They are, ot course, labor'
ors, jiinl the occurrence servos to
mystify them. 1 am afraid wd will loso
some, afft, our
;spodo.r' J $
Good CiothcsWcathcr .
.Not to'o at,e to get togged out and not too early 'to do it quickly.
If you have been "looking around" with nothing butdissatisfac
tlon as a result, then you have missed usr ' ;'
f We show only comfortable, satisfying materials, and we mak,them
Into the samewklnd of garments. " ' ,
There is no dissatisfaction with those who deal with .us, .because
we have the right priced QUALITY fabrics which we build around
you in such a way that your every attitude will exhibit your clothes
in lines of grace. "
Open Evenings too 'busy making clothes to close.
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"llow many of each kind- of bones
are found?" asked the Nebrnskan re-
professor as ho yawned .and pointed,!
lowuru inq uoor.
Have you had your sitting for the
Cornhusker? If Hot, don't fail to at-
"Kjnum? ueioro x uunusgivng. -iown-
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ito sit every day for tho next two
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There's ouo place in a thousand
whercyou can And tho real Rookwood
pottery.' Como Into Harris' and seb It.
113? O st. I Jo's reliable.
LOST Last Saturday, at tho foot
ball game, tho portion of a B flat clari
net with bell. Finder please return to
University Band room.
LOST Gold pin with pearl set. Re
turn to Mls3 Alloyno Archibald at
University School of Music building.
For Hcnt Nicely furnished rooms,
mouern, wun Data;, suuauio ror ono
or two-gentlemen. 1117 II streot.
Best soft water shampoo In the city,
124 No. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
" Green's barber shops, excel all
others hi tho west. Entirely modern
and tho best work assured.
Yo olden candlesticks and ye now
onos, too, at Harris', tho Jeweler, 1137'
0. st. He's reliable
Tho Ivy Press Is nowlocatod at 212
South Twelfth streot. University work
McVoy Printing Co., 125 No. 12th st.,
has turnodfcmt 4 somo meat work 'for
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