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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1906)
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Entered at tho iont.fllco at Lincoln, NohraHkrt.
an Booond-claHH mall matter under tho Act of
Congreiw of JIarch i. 1870.
Tho employment bureau of tho Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. dcsorvoB tho hearty
and unqualified approval of all Uni
versity people. In tho report printed
in Wednesday's Nebraskan there Is
much moro than appears on tho sur
face and It Is our purpose to bring
out in a few wordB Just what such an
organization moans to tho University.
Nebraska is not a University of
'wealthy students. It is essentially
democratic in every. true sense of the
word, and tho clique barriers that (
money erects in eastern schools are
almost pntiroly lacking hero. But
asldo from tho modorately well-to-do,
wo liavo largo numbers of students
who como horo to oarn their way,
wholly or lnMorgo part. In fact.No
braska Is maklngxa reputation for the
possibilities it affords to mon who aro
sufficiently in earnest In their desire
vto secure an education toatt.ompt to
paythoir way as they go.
Such mon aro tho mon who "mako
good" and are tho mon above all oth
ers that Nebraska is seeking. And
hero is whore tho Y. M. C. A. employ
men bureau comes in. .One hundred
and eighteen mon helped in the pur
suit of tho equipment that will mako
a largo percentage of them invaluable
citizens, Is a record well worthy of
strong commendation and tills we ex
tend to the limit of our ability.
Every Incentive that can be offored
to induce young men of sterling abil
ity to come to our institution is a
boost for Nebraska and will result in
a bettor University, a stronger citi
zenship, and an increased prestige fpr
tho state. Tho Y. M. C. A. employ
ment bureau is doing an excellent
work and wo wish it success for the
A CALL TO THE SENIORS,
The first definite word concerning
the 1907 Senior play has como from
the play committee in tho .shape of a
call for contestant for parts. Since
this is tho mosvltal part of the play
from its inception tfntll tho night of
its production, wo desire to urge upon
tho members of tho fourth year class
individually the responsibility that
rests with them.
The Senior play is apart from
graduation itself, THE event of Senior
week and as it succeeds or falls the
class is judged. The time to insure
success 1b not next' May, but now.
Since the play is representative of the
class '" in the estimation of those -who
attond Its production, so It should bo
representative in fact of the very best
matorial that tho class possesses in i
Wo wish that moro than a half of
tho ontlro class would signify their in
tentions of trying out for parta In tho
cast. There are over twenty parts In
tho play selected and there is an ex
cellent chance to mako tho play for
anyono who is at all interested along
tlrnmatic lines. Hand your namo in
how to tho committee and plan to
ontor the tryout for all thoro is in
EVENT8 OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happenings of other dayB as re
corded in Tho Nobraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Tho girls' lnterclass basketball tour
nament was held.
'fho Christmas vacation began.
Two Years Ago Today.
Tho Christmas vacation began.
Tho University Chorus rondorod
Y. W. C. A. VESPER SERVICE.
Excellent Musical Program to Be Ren
dered This Evening.
Tho Y. W. C. A. vespor service will
bo held this evoning in room U. 106.
Tho following 1b tho ovonlng's pro
gram: Piano Solo
Hymn No. 51.... "Joy to tho World"
Scripture Isaiah 9
Solo....... "The Glad Song"
Miss Maud Kendall.
Quartet... -."Little Town of Dotlehem"
Misses Frye, Kaufman.BooBe and
Hymn No. 53
"Calm on tho-Listoning Ear"
Solo "O Eyes That Are Weary"
Miss Charlotte Hullhorst.
Miss Laura Buchanan.
Miss "Maud Kendall.
Hymn No. 55 "While
Shepherds Watch Their Flocks"
Lord Bless Thee and Keep Thee"
Misses Frye, Kaufman, Boose, and
THE 8ENIOR PLAY TRYOUT.
Names of the Contestants for .Parts
Wanted Before Holidays.
The names and addresses of all
members of the Senior class who de
sire to contest for parts in the' Senior
play, to bo given during Senior week
next Juno, should bo handed In to
some member of the play committee
before tho Christmas holidays. Both
tho Lincoln and home addresses of
candidates are desired.
Tho nature of tho tryout ha's not
yet been definitely decided, but it is
expected that a play will be selected
shortly from which scenes can bo
taken as tryout matorial. The date of
tho tryoutB will bo announced at the'
same time as this play and it is
thought that' this will be done during
The play for tho production in Juno
has been chosen, but will not be an
nounced until after the tryout is held.
Rehearsals will begin early in the sec
ond semester and it is hoped that a
strong cast may bo secured.
The play committee consists of the
following Seniors: Chairman, L. A.
Higgins. Committee, MIbbob Agee,
Erford, Llndorman, and Huso; Messrs.
Affolter, Qatzmoyor, Morgan, and Sun
derland. Arthur G. A. Nelson of Shickley,
Neb., spent a few hours on the cam
pus yesterday. He expects to return
next year to finish his course in the
law schodl. ;
Suggesting Christmas Presents
THE FIGHTING CHANCE, Autograph edition $3.00
THE CHRISTY GIRL, Illustrated by Christy $3.00
THE COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH, illustrated by Christy $2.65
EVANGELINE, Illustrated by Christy , $2.65
OUT TO OLD AUNT MARY'S, Illustrated by Christy $1.75
AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE, Illustrated by Christy..,. $1.75
THEY, by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Townsend $1.50
THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART, by Sada Vlchl Hartmann $3.35
THE REVERIES OF A BACHELOR, illustrated by Ashe $1.75
THE BIBLE BEAUTIFUL; a History of Biblioal Art $2.00
"The" Music Girl" Calendar, by Clarence Underwood; "Life" Calendar;
'Ballet Girl" Calendar, etc., from $1,00
Knaffl Water Colors, Gibson and
Remington's Indians, Frost's Sporting
IPYXP1 ROYP make handsome and appropriate gifts. We have
JEWEL DUACj them in great variety hi French Gray and Silver
Plated, 25c, 85c, 50c, 05c, 75c. 85c, 51,
88, $8.50, $4, $-1.30, 55, $u, $u,,w, S7, 7.oO, JFb.BO, $u, $10, $12.50 and 815 each.
Gold Plated Jowol Boxos, 05, 75, $1, $1.25, $1,50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, 88, $8.50,
$4, $4.50, $5, $0, $0.50, 87.50", $8.50, $10, $12.50 and $13 each. Fine Import
ed Brass Jowol Boxos, in unusual antique designs, $2:25, $2.75,. $4, $4.50, $5,
80.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10 and $12.50.
HTHPR lIOVPI TIPQ in imPorto(1 Brass Goods, such as Letter
J 1 UEIV liU Y EL 1 ILo Openers, Scissors in fancy cases, "Fancy
Trays, Mailing Scales, Writing Sets, Call Bells, Smoker Trays and Sots,
Crumb Tray Sets, etc. Also special value in Japanese Antimony Trays at
5c, 10c, 25c, 85c and 50c. Japanese Crumb Tray Sots at $1 and 81.50.
nn A r'EI ETC Nothersolo, Carmen and Filigroo Bracelets. Gold Fil-
DIVlELL 1 O led, 50o, 75c, $1,
84, $4.50, 5 and up to $7.50.
$12.50 and $15. .
ClflWPT HAT DIMQ In Silver, 75c. Gold Filled, 50c, 75c, .81,
allinEl QAI rlno $i.25,.$i.5o. solid Gold, $1.75 $2, $2.50, $s!
$51.50, $4 and f$.50-. Those come in a variety of designs, and wo engrave
ono fancy initial on each pin free of charge.
FANCY GIFT CLOCKS
we show in both Fionch Gray and Gold llnish. Prices aro regulated by
thodimontion of pattern and run $1,25, 1.50, 1.75, 2,00, 2.50, 8.00, 8.50, 4.00
4.50, 5.00, 0.00, 0.50, 7,00, 7.50, 8.50, 0.00, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00 20,00 and 25.00'
MILLER & PAINE
Why not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
A muffler is just what you need. Seo
those new ones at Unland's.
FOR REN T Pleasant modern
rooms; 534 No. 12th.
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Cornhuskers, get busy. Townsend.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
ALIMTTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
Christy Pictures, Underwood Girls,
Pictures, etc., etc., $1.00 each.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, 82.00, $2.25, $2.50, -
$1.25, $1.50, $1,75, $2, $2.50, $8, $8.50.
Gold, $5.76, $0, $7.50, $9, $9.50, $10, $12.
With movements that aro absolutely
guaranteed. Almost all our nnmhnm
LOST Gold, tiger-head stickpin be
tween Thirtieth and R streets and the
University. Liberal reward for return
to Nebraska ofllce.
Best, soft water shampoo in the city,
124 No. 12th St. B. Goodman Tanner.
Mrs. J. C. Bell, 1414 O St
Wigs for home parties. Hairdress
ing, scientific manicuring, chiropody.
There are only a fefy days left. Har
ris will settle the present problem
for you. 1137 O. He's reliable.
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