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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1906)
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
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PHU8HE0 EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND HflMDAY
BY THp STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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EDWliT MILKOY BUNpERLAND, '07.
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES wilt bo ebargod for
ntthdratooflOconta uor InsortloR for ovory
flftoon words or fraction thoroof. Faculty
notices bud Uulvorsity bulletins will gladly, bo
tfubllnliod f roo.
Entered at tho ponb".fflco at Lincoln, Nobranka.
M BOoond-cloHH mall matter nndur tho Act of
CoDKToefl of March 11,1870.
TWELVE-BIT DANCE8. '
With tho iipeqrnnce of Freshman
Hop tickets on the social market of
tho University nt $1.50 por,' unci tho
nvunbor on sale positively llimtod to
onohundrcd and ton, como a " fow
queries which meril tho attention of
In the first placo, is jt meet- that n
class which has been in existence but
three short months should presume
itself of so great Importance that
Nothing Iobh than a twolvo-bit dnncu
at tho Lincoln can bo glvon with
credit, under its auspices? Tho Sopho
mores gavo a very creditable hop Inst
Friday night with ninety paid admis
sions of one dollar each. Tho FroBh
man classes in tho past have held like
v) 5 ft c ;f HU 1 1 m e ft x a fc a It
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considered nhy other "than "set'', af
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happerdngs flf Other Pays as R&cofdr
ed In fhtf NebraskanV
" r-FTv6 Years Ago'today.
"Nothing-clo)ng,'t .. -. . ... ..
; Fpiir Years Ago Today.
"Deacon" Koehlor wns on the cam
pus. Two Years .Ago Today, .
J. K. Morrison was elected' manager
of the football team.
Charles Borg was chosen captain of
tho 1905 football elovdn.
One Year Ago Today.
The Christmas holiday" vacation be
gan. AN EXCELLENT REPORT.
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Y. M. C. A. Employment Bureau Tells,
of Work Furnished to 'Students.
The employment bureau of tho Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. has submitted to
tho Dally Nottraskan tho following re
port of tho amount and valuo of the
employment furnished to deserving
University studonts thtyi year:
83 positions furnishing board
and room, valued nt ..$9,269.00
10 furnace and odd jobs, val
ued at , 1121.30
Total valuo $9,590.. 30
dumber of studonts benefited, 118.
Th'o positions secured by the em
ployment bureauore listed by a can-,
vass of Lincoln boforotho opening of
tho fall term of school and the catalog
of available situations Is placed at the
disposal of needy students free of
Chemistry Club Entertained by Pro
Professor Samuel Avery, of tho de
partment of Chemistry, gave a ban-
Rings are still tho avorlto gifts and they are prottlor this' year
than ever. Wo havo a urand new stock in great variety rings for
brdos, wives, lovers, fronds, everybody. Don't fall to see tho hew do
signd with mixed settings.
An Especially Strohg Line of Sjgnet ings
For Children $1.00 to $3.00. For Adults $2.50 to $30.b0.
Jeweler-Optician - 1134 0
ENGRAVING FREE, ESTABLISHED 1871.
functions, at tho samo price. Why,
then, can not tho Froshnlen of 190G
confino their social aspirations within
the dollar limit?.
Again, granting, as many of the ad
vocates of high priced dances contend,
that tho nbovo mentioned feo of ad
mittance is suillciently large, and the
limit of tickets for sale sufficiently
low, to prevent any unpleasant con
gestion of the flqor, which is too fre
quently tho caso in dollar dances, is It
, fair to. tho students of this institution
to adopt such methods of exclusion?
In other words, Is it giving tho stu
dents of this University a squaro deal?
A Urilvorsltydance, be It a. class
function, or othorwiso, . should aim
primarily at affording pleasure to tho
greatest possible number of students at
a minimum cost to thoso participating.
It should under no, circumstances bo
so, regulated 'either in price of ndnils
sion or In the number of tickets sold
as to mnkoit an oxcluslvo affair. Tho
momont such regulations are Inaugurated-
these functions cease to roprcr
sent the- qtuden body of the Univer
sity, and cannot,'- with, prpprlety, 'be
quot for tho raomtters .of tho Univer
sity Chemistry Club last Monday even
ing at Sam's Cafe. Tho banquet was
given as a farewell meeting of tho
club hi honor of Mr. Scott S. Fay, who
Is to leave Lincoln soon to take up a
positions in tho Ohio Experiment Sta
tion. Informal toasts were given and
an excoptlqnally pleasant evening was
reported. S- '
The Rhodes Scholarship.
Tho next Nebraska examination -of
candidates for tho Rhodes Scholarships
will be held on .Tnnuary 17 and 18,
1907, in room 203 of -the Administra
tion Building. The examinations will
bo In charge of Professor Guernsey
Jones" of this University and Professor
Grace Young of Cotnor University.
Examinations begin promptly at nlno
a. m.. on Thursdny, January 17; no
candidate, being admitted later than
one-half hour after tho designated
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A little gift for Christmas something
.that will In a tmeasure show your ap
preciation of what he is doing for you.
If father Is the sort of apparent who.
admires thrift as well as judgment, he
will think all the more of you and your
Christmas offering if it. is something
useful. Here are a few suggestions:
Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, 8hirts,
Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Hosiery, Garters;
8uspcnders, Mufflers, Fancy Vests,
Bath Robes, House Coats, etc.
MAGEE & DgEMER
Kensington Clothes TheyFit
Suggesting Christmas Presents
THE FIGHTING CHANCErAutograph edition .$3,00
THE CHRISTY GIRL, illustrated by Christy ,$3jjp ,
THE COJRT8HIP OF MILES STANDI8H, Illustrated by Christy; ... .$25. ..
EVANGELINE, Illustrated by Christy :,:..'.'.'.'.'. ::.:::$2.65
OUT TO OLD AUNT MARY'S, illustrated by Christy ;...$15
AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE, illustrated by Christy $1.75
THEY, by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Townsend $1;56vc
THE HI8TORY OF AMERICAN ART, by 8ada VJchi Hartmann. ...... .$3.35
THE REVERIES OF A BACHELOR, Illustrated by Ashe. .......:.... .$1.75.
THE BIBLE BEAUTIFUL; a History of Biblical Art..,.,'..' .....$2.00 '.
"The Music Girl" Calendar, by Clarence Underwood;
"Ballet Girl" Calendar, etc., from $1.00 upward.
Knaffl Water Colors, Gibson and Christy Pictures, Underwood
Remington's Indians, Frost's Sporting Pictures, etc., etc., $1.00 each.
The University Book Store
Green's barber shops excel all others
in the west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
Our calendars at the Unl. Book Store
are like the sands of time. They make
a good Impression.
If you are thinking of getthig her a
watch or ring drop In at Harris's, 1137
O. He's reliable.
Will you keep a diary next year?
Get one today at tho University Book
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
LOST Gold, tiger-head stickpin , be--
twuuu iniruein aim u streets ana tho
University. Liberal reward for return
to Nebraska office.
Bep..soft water shampoo In the city;
121 No. 12th St. .E. Goodman Tanner.
Mrs. J. C. Bell, 1414
Wigs for homo parties. Halrdrosq- ,
Ing, scientific manicuring, chiropody. '
There are only a few days left. Har- '
rls will settle tho present problem
for you. 1137 O. He's reliable.
"The journalism classes -at Chicago
bad charge of the University paper for
three days. his week.'
AilKRIITI CBOCOLATtS AT MORS
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