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INDIVIDUAL. NOTICES will bo obnrfrod for
at tbo rftto of 10 cents nor Insortlo for ovory
flftoonwordn or fraction thoroof. Paoulty
aotloos and University bullottns will gladly bo
Entdred at tbo poufofllco at Lincoln, Nebraska,
as socond-tilans mall matter under tbo .Act of
Congress of March 0,1879. -
Tlio Inst vacation boforo tho endof.
the aompstor is over and tho three
weoks that lio nhoad before the final
exaDiinations begin, will be. to all Uni
versity students, tho moBt vigorous of
tho entiro year's work. It behooves
every student, therefore, as ho gets in
to tho harness once moro, to figure out
cnrdfully Just whoro he stands in his
work for tho current torm.
It is a time for a Btrict concentration
of attention upon tho demands of les
sons, for those who aro behind in
their work an extra effort now will go
far toward regaining what ground ban
been lost and may save the diBgraco of
an "P." Por those who are "even with
thoir work the coming threo weoks of
fer an opportunity to make an esperlal-
as it may come in the increased appre
ciation ojf all, who aro benefited. TJhe
Directory isrundecany circumstances,
a very valuable publication to the
Univorsity public, but this year wo
bellove it has attained a position of
utility not hitherto attempted. ,
Wo congratulate, first of all, tho pub
lication committee, and secondarily,
thru the committee, both of the Abso
clntions which stand sponsors for the
production of tho Directory.
RESOLUTIONS IN MEMORIAM.
Whereas, It has pleased God in his
Infinite wisdom and goodness to take
from amongst our midst one of our
beloved classmates, William Duvey,
Whereas, William Davey, by his
ever-cheerful disposition, friendliness,
and recognized abilities, had endenred
himself to all his clnBsmntos; be it,
Resolved, That wo, the members of
tho Junior Law Class, do convey to
the bereaved family our sincere sym
pathy, and, bo It further
Resolved, That thoso resolutions be
published In "The Daily Nobraskan,"
and a copy be sont to the family, of the
N. M. CRONIN,
E. P. M'LAUGHLIN,
KARL D. BEGHTOL,
DOCTOR BENTON TO SPEAK.
Former Chancellor to Address Students
at Convocation Tomorrow.
Dr. Benton, first Chancellor of the
Univorsity of .Nebraska, will . deliver
the adress at Convocation Wednesday
morning. Dr. Benton served as Chan
cellor from 1870 to 1876, coming here
from Butte College, Indlnnnpolls. To
tho sound judgment, the keen foresight
and the persistent industry of Chancel
lor Benton was duo very largely 'the
successful innugration and early main
tenance of tho University. By his of-
n Dinn liflCMPC VAII ill A uinm licill r-.rv I
BUDD WISHES YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR
You tfill feel happier and better satisfied, if you get j
on a new lid. Nothing improves ones looks like
good looking Hat. Mine costs you $2.50.
WHY PAY MORE?
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
Our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale closes Saturday night tije. prices
we quote are good
This Week Only
We include every Suit or O'codt in our store, with one exception
(black suits), tho rest are yours at exactly 20 per cent discount from''
the regular plainly marked prices.
Kensington Suits and O'coats, recognized as THE BEST, are em
braced in this sale, and you should improve your opportunity to get a
fine Bilk lined O'coat or Kensington Suit at tho prices usually paid
for the ordinary kinds.
Suits and O'coats formerly $10 to
$40, Now $8 to $32
Come today and you'll not be disappointed.
Magee & Deemer
Kensington Clothes They Fit.
England and America in educational
Ideas; America leading the way in
progress. There wore no public
schools in England before 1870 and
fthey increased by greater leaps after,
the extension of tho -franchise.
In England the school boards had
no authority over denominational
schools, nor counKthe teachers give
any Instruction in religious ideas.
Women were eligible to vdte. and to
servo on school boards. Aftortho
act of 1870, and later onea, tho strttV
was religious. Donations failed to
keep pace with the need and taxation
wob necessary. In 1902, Balfour
passed a bill in the interest of unity
abolishing the board school. Tho gov
ernment then slowly increased tho na
tional grant. A great effort has been
mndo to make the public education as
nearly secular as it is In America.
If your subscription for the Nebras-
ly creditable record.
Undor any conditions, whether you
are a Freshman or Sonior, we can as
sure you that an unusual effort along
lines scholastic thruout the month will
bring a reward beyond your anticipa
tions and will make the oponlng of tho
second semester a source of keen sat
isfaction rather than a time of especial
Miss, McAlplne of tho Ohio Stato
University is visiting her Pi Beta Phi
Tho Daily Nobraskan wishes to go
,on record In co'mpllment of the latest
oyjdence of the energy and genuine
University spirit displayed by tho
University Christian Associations.
The Students' Directory, which has
just come from the hands of tho
printer, is tho object of our attentions
and In our opinion Justifies all that can
be said in its favor.
The publication committee .has this
year Introduced several Innovations
Into tho make-up of tho Directory at
tho expense of a groat deal of- extra
effort, and without oxtra rowqrd save
! kan is due, do do what you ought to do
forts tho Innumerable difficulties which alul do lt now' We need tho money.
besot tho early path of the Institution
were overcome, this paving the way
for the later enlargement of tho Uni
versity's scope, Influence and use
fulness. After his resignation In 187G, Dr.
Benton assumed tho presidency of But
ler College. In 188G he resigned tho
presidency, but still retained tho pro
fessorship of Greek in that institution.
Since his tWonty-flrst year Dr. Ben
ton has been continuously engaged in
teaching or in educational adminis
trative worir. Although now eighty-.
rour years of age, ho is a man of great
vitality and intellectual vigor.
A HARD STRUGGLE.
D Wolfe Outlines England's Flght.for
Progress in Education.
Tho "English Educational Bill" was
tho subject of Prof. H. K.' Wolfe's talk
at Convocation yesterday' morning.
Thei;e- is a vast difference, between
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