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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1907)
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Entered nt tho pontofllco nt Lincoln, Nobrmika,
as Bocond-blafw mull mutter tumor tho Act of
OonKroHH of MurcliiJ.1870.
A FEW ADMONITIONS.
Just at this juncturo vl tho school
yonr whon everybody la jubilant over
tho good tlmo thoy had (luring tho
holiday recosB itnd tho Htlll hotter tlmo
which uwnltH them In tho guise of final
, examinations two weeks hence, a few
admonitions seem In order. Tho fol
lowing dont's are, thoroforo, appended
with tuo slncero hopo that thoy will
be received in tho same spirit with
which tnoy aro given:
First: Don't attend classes any
moro than you absolutoly have to. The
rovlows which will bo given In all tho
dopartmonts between now and exam
.wook aro of practically no value what
ovor to tho "wlao" Btudent and can
thoroforo bo skipped with Impunity.
Noxt; Don't, If you can possibly
GOOD WORK, FRESHMEN.
Tho first yenr class, moro than any
other in in tho Unlvorslty, is proving
that it has tho proper idea pervading
Its organization. This evening for tho
tlrtrd or fourth time in tho ono Bomes
tor, weather permitting, tho Freshmen
aro to hold a strictly formal class
party for tho primary purpose, not of
lepalng financial reward, but of es
tablishing between Its members a real
Only too often in tho history of tho
University has tho machinery of class
organization been employed for tho
benefit of a fortunate fow at the
expense of the powerless majority.
Only too often have clique Interests
prevailed where "Democracy" should
havebben tho watchword. Some
classeshavo entered and passed out
of tho University without any vital
bondB betwceiTtheir members.
This stato of affairs is Biiroly ono to
bo avoided, and tho first year class has
takon tho proper means to a highly
desirable end. If tho Inception of the
various affairs of tho term has been
in tho mind of their president, tho
Freshmen are to be congratulated
upon their choice. If they can do as
well for Iho next somester, thoy may
deem thomsolves exceptionally for
ttjnato. If, on tho other hand,' the idea Is
ono which provallB thruout tho class,
wo predict a career for 1910 which
Its members will have excellent cause,
to remomber. At any rate, tho other
classes in the University should not i
bo slow to recognize the value of what
tho Freshmen aro accomplishing and
to profit by tholr example.
Mr. Ballard Withdraws.
Tho fourth resignation from tho
Btaft of Tho Nebraskan came yester
day afternoon when Mr. Ballard, tho
present news editor,, handod to the
Student Publication Board notice of
his withdrawal from work on the paper
during tho second semester. His plea
WOMEN'S CLOAKS AND
SUITS AT HALF PRICE
Beginning Saturday, January 12,
we will place on sale practically
all our Women's and Misse's
Coats and all our Wptnen's Suits
At 50 Per Gent Discount
It should be kept in mind that
all of these Suits and Coats with
the exception of 8 garments are
of this year's purchase, hence
they are new, stylish and up-to-date.
"Here is , an opportunity
which should not be overlooked.
"Ifyou do not n6w need one of
of these Suits or Coats it will
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If you are going to get any Unl
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help It, turn up leaa than four chairs
in tho Library reading room, especial
ly if you think there is not tho slight
est chance of your frionds (or sorority
sisters) using them until at least late
in tho aftornoon. Thore aro chairs
enough for all, and then some.
Thirdly: Don't bo backward about
sitting on the stops and window bIHb
In Library Hall and making light re
marks about passers-by. Any neglect
on your part in this matter Is baldly
indicative of 111-breodlng and a noga-
. tivo environment. '
Finally: Don't, under any circum
stances, forgot to cut across tho cam
pus, oven though it may bo much bet
ter walking on tho flagging. The
paths thus beaten Into our campus are
truly delightful to look upon. And
what it It doesJcll out tho grass!
Isn't tho sjtato rich enough and land
adjoining the Unlvorslty sufficiently
.plentiful to provide' a new campus
when tho grass on tho present one la
. killed out! So. keep right on "cut
la that of excess of work, as 1b the
case with tho other members of the
present staff who have recently resigned.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of other days as record
ed in Tho Nobraskan:
Four Years Ago Today.
MIbs Hayden spoke at chapel on tho
Three Years Ago Today.
E. F. Davis was selected for tho posi
tion of manager of the 1904 football
Two Years Ago Today.
Nebraska defeated Wesloyan by" a
score of 50 to 17.
Ex-Governor Furnas gave a talk be
fore the Forestry Club.
Tho Men's Glee Club will appoarbo
fore "Organized Agriculture," which is
to meet In Lincoln during tho coming
weolK with av program of tho 'merit
whlclnall Gleo Club productions have
shdwn Ih tho last year and almlf.
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isainiiitei o' tue auove
and many ether ques
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