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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1907)
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THE UNIVEnHITV OP NEBRASKA.
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AHHoclato Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '01)
MuniiKlnK Editor A. E. Long, '00
AllihUlcH ."HiiRli W. Cnllp, '07
Ocnoiul Nowh Stuart P. DobbB, '09
RovIowh Gortrudu Moore, '07
Convocation .'....Laura Rhondcs, '08
AHHlntant AthlotlcH. Miller S. Benedict, '09
AHHt. Oon. Nowh Sidney O. EvaiiH, '09
Departmental.... Paul II. Butter, '07
J, C. Hldor, 07
(luy MontBomery, '10
W. E. Standuvon, '07
Alexander J. Dunlap, '09
C. C. Hlekman. '07
BiiHlneHH ManaKer....Hyron E.. Yoder, '08
AHHlntant Manager. ... . ..Qay Hardy, '03
Clrculatoi II. C. Robcrtuon, '09
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comos from mastering things. This is
where wostern Institutions excel many
of thoso of tlio East; the spirit to work
1b proBOtK and thus arises tho reputa
tion of wostorn college students as
movers, people with virility and spirit.
Universities were, of courBo, founded
In tho first placo by such real llvo men
and othors aro Interlopers enjoying
certain advantages they aro keon
enough to seo count for a good deal.
The one gottlng at tho soul of the
work offered by our various courses is
tho ono really "doing" tho University
and that ono sees, moro than dull mo
notony ahead of him for tho next four
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for ut tho rate of 10 cents pur Insertion
for evury fifteen wordn or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and Unlverulty bullotltiB
will Kindly bo publlHhud free.
Entered at tho poHtolllco at Lincoln,
Ncbrauka, iih hocoikI-cIiihh mall matter
under tho Act of Coiiri-ohh of March 3,
Now that reglBtratlon and nearly all
the Hurry of politics aro past, work,
cold, plain, prosaic work, aB some de
scribe It, Btares overy student In the
face. Now is loft for some only a
wearisome, monotonous plodding thru
mother long stretch of assignments.
Ovor In tho Library ono evening two
Freshmen wore overheard in conversa
tion: "I bollovo, I really bollovo," as
Hovoratod ono with a flush of enthusi
asm, "I shall make twolvo hours this
"Woll," repllpod tho othor, with a
, cool philosophic air, "I think ten will
EVENTS OF FORMER YEAR8.
happenings of othor days as record
ed In the Nebraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Tho second preliminary for tho de
bating squad took placo.
Chicago completed a three-year foot
ball contract with Minnesota.
Four Years Ago Today.
Greeley, Colo., 15, Nebraska 25, at.
Three Years Ago Today.
Tho Seniors wore defeated by tho
High School at basket-ball by tho
score of 33 to 21.
KEEP YOUR EARS WARM
Comfortable, yet inexpensive, the nobby, fur
lined Caps we are showing at
$1, $1.50, 52, Less 20 Per Cent.
Black, blue and fancy patterns,
Kensington O'coats at a Discount
Ail our stylish black "Kensington" Coats
are selling at a saving of 20 per
cent. Worth looking into'
NOBBY PATTERN SUITS IN FINE GRADES.
$15 to $30. ONE-FIFTH OFF.
Ma gee & Deemer.
SUMMER SCHOOL PLANS.
New Features to Be Introduced In the
Elaborate plans are already being
formulated for the Summer School to
bo held during tho vacation months
following tho present semester. Among
othor interesting features 1b to bo In
troduced a model high school under
tho supervision of teachers with espe
cial qualifications In this direction.
Tho aim is, besides giving new ideas
to attonding teachers, to demonstrate
In a very definite and clear manner in
this work tho advantage and beneficial
effect to be derived from university
Owing to tho departure of Profos-
Ninety Per Cent
of eye troubles are due to "putting off" the use of
glasses after failure begins, or to wearing of wrong
ones If you are not comfortable in your glasses or
are suffering from eye-strain let us test your sight
Hallett - Jeweler-Optician - 1143 0
bo my pile."
The two men were each taking six
teen hours, and counting, -planning, it
would seem, on flunking in from one
fifth to one-third of the work undor
takon. Fortunately Nebraska can
boast no very great number of such
Most of tho people who como to this
"University qomo with a purposo to get
something more than that mere out
ward gloss which in nine cases out of
ten soils all too easily; most poojfclo
reallzo there is something moro to be
attained,- something deeper to roach,
and, go into their work with a deter
mination to sound depths of things
ultimate. What worries tho majority
of Nebraska students, we feel safe. In
saying, is not, flunking or getting thru
school m a, fixed length of time, but
how much below a certain high stand
ard their grades are falling. And at
the end of tf Bom'eator's work they are
usually people able to speak Intelli
gently of a certain satisfaction that
sor Hodgman, the work of directing
the school will be carried on by Prof.
P. H. Grummann. Prospects point to
a very successful sobbIoii.
The second basket-ball team w.111
make a trip to Shenandoah, Iowa, to
play tho Normal College there next
Friday night. They will leave here
Friday afternoon and get back some
time Saturday. Seven men will make
the trip. Ferguson, center; August
Schmidt, forward; Hagenslck, for
ward; Carroll, forward; B. A.
Schmidt, guard; Hugo Schmidt, guard;
Walker Lewis, guard. This movement
towards securing games for the sec
ond team is most praisoworthy and'
should bo farther carried out. The
second team men do half the hard
work and get none o the glory. It Is
but just compensation that they should
at least occasionally enjqy. a trip and
have the chance to show what they
can do In a game.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Thursday, 7. ,
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Professor
Maxey, "The Kingston Affair."
Senior Law class meet, 11:30 a. m.
Election of officers.
Gorman Club meets, 8:00 p. m. With
Miss Korsmeyor. 1920 C. Eloc
Hon ot officers.
Vesper services, 5 p. m. Members
of Matinee Musical render "Tho
Union Society meeting, 8:30 p. m.
Palladian Society meeting, 8:30
Junior Prom. Lincoln Hotel.
Chorus Party, 8:00 p. m. Mom. Hall.
Tryouts for Charter Day, 2:00 p. m.
Students' Debating Club, 8:00 p. m.,
Kansas vs. Nebraska. Basket-ball.
8:15 p. m. Armory.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Prof.
Nathan Bornsteln (Omaha High
School), "A New Ideal.' '
Fifth Students' Recital of the
Sohool of Music, Mem. Hall, 8:00
p. m. sharp.
First annual gymnasium exhibition,
8:15. p. m.
Convocation, 5:00 p. m. Prof. G. E.
Condra, "Tho Opening of Indian
Medical Society moot in M. 301, 8:00
p. m. Address by C. W. M. Poynton.
of sending Valentines pn February
H is ono that time has not changed.
While moro valentines' than ever
boforo are sold, tho nature of tho
valontino has changed. Dkwks have
como to bo rocognized as valentines.
"An Old Swcothonrt of MIno,"
"Lovo Lyrlca," by Whltcombo Rlloy,
"Lovo Sonnets From tho PortuRueao,"
"Tho Courtflhlp of Milos Btnnaiuli,"
and many othors make appropriate
and ploasing valentines.
Wo carry a complete line of these
books, as woll as Colluloid, Card
and Lace Valentines.
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