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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1907)
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THURSDAY NIGHT, -FEB. 7.
MR. JAME8 K. HA.CKETT
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MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
CASEY AND LECLAIR
Wesson, Walters anp wesson
WILSON AND RICH
H. R. MANELL
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
For Good, Prompt
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CI Kverjr Loyal Unlvrralty fctttilciit f
Cj urged1 to patronize theie We- C
r, lirtiknn MtlvcrtUcra, nitd to men- S
(J I tlon the nner while doing o. ?
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palace.
BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
BAKERY Potry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAPE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS Llndsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, The Sterling.
COAL Gregory, Whitobreasc
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Millqr & Paine, Herpol
sheim'or, Rudgo & Guqnzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, 'tfigga. - - -
FLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
Hardy. ' . " .
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C. Boll.
JEWELERS Tucker Hallettf F. B.
Harris, HerpolsUeimer. : ' ', '
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Molick,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Georgo
Bros., McVey, Simmons, Tho Ivy
MUSIC Curtice, Crancor.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
(SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Por-
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland-, Union,
Tailors,, Ludwlg, Herzog,
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric.
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 12.7 So.. 12th.
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Why not take your baths at Chris
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?'
Your writing always looks good on
our fnncy box pap4r at the Uni Book
If you have cards, tickets or posters
to bo pjinted, go to McVey, 125 North
Chi Omega initiated last Friday night
Adalstrander, Aileen Gandtt, and Ruth
Miss A. O. Sdifliup, Dressmaker.
Special rates to students; 113G O St.
Auto 4C03. ....
LdBt-rft-'gold phnln, about, eighteen
inches long, Monday in Uni. Hull.
Green's barber shops excel all others
In the west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured. ' ' : '
Miss Fay Hartley, '09 wjll be un
able to attond school during the com
Miss Lucile Cull, '09, who was ab
sent during the first part oftho year,
Is back for the second semester,
There Is no time like HarrlsV time.
If jour watch isn't up to date 'you 'bet
ter see Harris, tho. Watch,. doctor, 1137
O St. " - V
ANDREWS AT BROWN.
8awyer Writes of Rousing Reception
Tho following letter was recoived
recently from Charles A. Sawyer, '0(1,
now a student at Harvard: i
Dour Nebraskim: Chancellor E. Don-!
jninin Andrews vn3 tho guest of tho j
Brown University Alumni last night '
Many of us havo read and heard how
enthusiastic the students of Brown
University arc over our Chancellor. I
took this opportunity to "see things"
for myself. I gained admission by say
ing that I was a Nobraska boy. That
statement, Brown men honor as a
passport. For instance, recently a Ne
braska graduate, visiting Prpvidencn,
was introduced to a Brown man. Tho
Brown man seized his hand und cried,
"What! Nebraska! Oood! Bonnie!"
When I entered-the largo banquet hall,
filled with sever U hundred alumni, tho
Chancellor was completing his irl
dress. He was very distinctly "stand
ing t for Nebraska. He emphasized
tho great energy and industry at our
University and said that at Nebraska
a college education Is not regarded us
preparatory for the standard life; the
students lived the standard life alt of
the time; evory day wus treated as a
After the uproar at the close of the"
Chancellor's address had ceased, Gov
ernor Hlggins of Rhode Island was in
troduced. He told in a touching way
how a young man, anxious for a col
lege education, but without 'sufficient
means, wrote to Dr. Andrews for ad
vice as to the best wuy of working his
way through Brown University. Dr.
Andrews replied that, If he would
come, he would see that his tuition
was cut In two.
With this assistance, the young mun
got his education. Then the Govor
nor said, "That young man is your
humble servant. He continuod, "If
there Is one man toward whom Brown
feels the deepest loyalty; If there Is
one single educator, who has labored
hard and long to build up our Almu
Mater, .Jhat man is 'Bonnie' Andrews.
It is often asked how it is that there
is sucli enthusiasm nt the namo of Dr.
Andrews; that with-;men, who have
never seen him, the .very mention of
his name provokes the1 greatest enthu
siasm. There seems td bo a sort of a
tradition, which carries from cluss,,to
cIubs a reverence for the namo ami
work of Dr. Andrews. By many of us,
most of whom were at the University,
when he was its president, this admira
tion is easily understood. Wo saw
him at close range, wo watched his
conduct of affairs; we, admired his
splendid executive uballty; we sat in
his class-room In University Hall and
In principles In pructicul ethics. Wo
nover found him- too proud or too busy
to extent! us a kindly and sympathetic
audience. Host or nit, we iikgu me
bold and fearless manner n which ho
declared his convictions right "out in
dpon church. Some of us have felt,
his stem and rigid (Helpline (a voices
"Amen") but wo have nover yet falleq
to recognize that it wos modulated
and diluted with thq tincture of humari
kindness. Ono quality endeared hlni
more than any othor. It was the fatJ
iiilty d extending a helping hand to
young men, whom ho believed to be
The above extract expresses the
sentiment everywhere manifested. To
a Nebraska boy, who shares this senti
ment, the occasion was a memorable
one. I wish thdt all Nebraska Univer
sity could have looked on last night."
Several times I was on the point of
yelling, U! U! U! N! I!." I know the
Brown University students do not
think more of our ""Bonnie" than, we
do; I know they have rio greater abil
ity to show tholr esteem than wo
hayo. Very truly yours,
CHARLES A. SAWYER.
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