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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1907)
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fcilltor-lii-ohlof J. Carroll Knodo, 'OS;
AhhooIjUo Kdltor Clydo K. lOlllott, 01)
ManngltifC TOdltor A. 14, Long, '09
Athletics HiiKli W. CnilK, '07
Oouoral Nowh Htimrt P. DobbH, '09;
HnvlowK Ocrtrudo Moore. '07
Convocation Laura RliondoR, '08 (
AHHlHtant AthlctlcH. Miller H. Henedlct, '09 i
AhM. Oen. Nowh Sidney O. Evanw, '01)
l)ei)arlmcnlal....Paul It. Uutlor. '07 I
J. C. Kldor, 07 i
(lay MontKomery, '10
W. F3. Btandpvcn, '07 !
Alexander J. Duiilap, '09 '
C. C. Hickman, '07
rtiiHlneHH Manager. .. . Hyron 10. Yoder, 'OS'
AHHlHtant MniuiKer Oay Hardy, '03
Clrculatoi II. C. UobertHon, '09
But It takeB '.your enthusiasm .,rtn?i I
voice to HQt all, this going proporly. v
EVENT8 OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happenings of other days as record
ed In the NebruBknn:
Five Years Ago Today.
Debating squad wnn chosen.
Three Years Ago Today.
HorR selected as prcflldent by Sen
iors and W. H. Smith by Sophomores.
Two Years Ago Today.
Omaha "Y. M. C. A. 30, Nebraska 29,
at baskot-ball. ,
Harry Swain elected president by
PHOTOS IN CORNHUSKER.
DAY Auto 1528. NIQHT 2365 and 4472
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Kaoulty notices anil University hiillctlnn
'will Kindly be published free.
Knturcd at the postotllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Bcuoud-class mall matter
under tbu Act of CoiiKress of March 3,
Cadets Meet and Decide to Insert Plc-1
tures of Companies in Book,
Captain Worklzer called a meeting
of the cadets yesterday afternoon for
the purpose of acting on the matter
of having the pictures of the various
companies and the histories of the
same inserted In the Cornhusker.
Captain McWIlllams briefly stated
what the expense would bo, and the
house unanimously voted to have the
pictures go In and to tax each man
twenty-five cents to defray expenses.
You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln.
makes my clothes now.
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R E S U L XS TELL
Wo claim to be the best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and
are here to prove It. Our methods and machinery are the VERY
LATEST and our workmen the best that money can secure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to injure them In any way. We also
cloan gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly storlllzed. We do altering and repairing.
Phono Bell 147 1320 N street. Phono Auto 12D2
Call or write for price list. Lincoln, Nob.
Reform are difficult affairs to Insti
tute: nroHent customs and tendon-
cles are good enough and people do tk,nH of thc c,t'- bolh University and
not like to be Jogged out of the way c,ty "'Winlzntlons, will unite In oh
where they they can sleep half the I wrvunco of this day by holding a sun
time because of their Intimate ac-' r,9 ,rn't,r "toting at the rooms of
ti, .. v r n a n.nn .ii, o....
with the road. But it ' ",u "l '' " v" "" """ "'
day morning, and all persons Inter-
Universal Day of Prayer for Students.
Sunday, February 10, has been
chosen as the Unlversay Day of Prayer
for students. This day will bo ob
served In all parts of the world In va-, OOCK)C)OOCKXOOOC)COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC)OOOCCXXX)
rlous ways. All tho Christian assocla-
J. C. Wood & Company
seems there Is one reform, at least,
that might well bo started at Nebraska
even at the cost of a little commotion
That Ib Ui regard to tho attitude taken
by the student body toward spring ath
letics, basket-ball, baseball, and track
meets. We are not doing them jus
tice. Tho present tendoncy Is to leave tho
support of these branches to only a
few, and naturally, not very much ex
citement Is arousod. Since the con
testants need encouragement and since
sport neods tho presence of the "mob
mind," to a certain dqgrco, thoro
should be a crowd, a big crowd pres
ent at overy athlotlc event. As for
mob-enthusiasm, It is thoroughly en
joyable, and will not harm you In 'the
least, provided you hnvo the common
sense to take possesslo'n of your head
again after the game. That class of
students who are "carried away so far
by tho spirit as to neglect their work
will never be a great loss to the world
Now tomorrow night comes a basket
ball game In which every person In the
University should tako an Interest.
It occurs on a night students are not,
usually, hard pushed with work and
it Is a game with Nebraska's keenest
rival. . Last year, Kansas beat us in
basket-ball, last fall, Kansas beat us In
football. This winter, what is the
Kansas basket-ball team going to do
with Nebraska? Well, If she defeats
ub this time, may the sun becomo a
blot, may tho clouds descend, and
thick darkness swallow us up until wo
.get back to the farm!
Jut she will never do It. Walt till
you see Paul Boll swinging both those
arms like a set of windmill fans and
Dwight sticking to his man as If. he
loved him and Burrus making those
rested In UiIb meeting are cordially In
vited' to attend.
Pctry Bakery Co.
Baking Orders Filled
Fine Rice Bread Ovr Specialty.
lhon ufl and Ygur Ordor Will
Receive Prompt Attention.
George Lanse, Law '06, leaves to
morrow for a couple weeks visit at
home after which h6 will go to Seattle, i
Washington, whore he will take up
his profession. Mr. Lanse Is a member '
of Phi Delta Thota, has been promt-1
nent in football circles for the last
three years, and has been assisting in '
the Rhetoric department the last semester.
I L. J. HERZQGJ
I The University Man's Tailor ' I
i THE FINEST WORK DONE AND PRICES HOHT I
fl 123Q O & rREET
Chapel at Five.
A musical program will bo rendered
at Chapel this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The "Fire Worshippers" by Howard
Kirkpatrlck will bo sung by Mrs. Holy
oke, Miss Hullhorst and Messrs. John
ston and Gillespie, with tho composer
at the piano.
FRE8H EVERY PAY!
Our Candles and Babd Goods ar Alway,
Fresh and Good. Catering is our specialty
Do Your Washing
Dr. G. F. Bartholomew of Broken
Bow, Nebr., visited the museum yes
terday In order to see the Glider col
lection of skulls. He took notes and
measurements, as he Is to speak con
cerning them before the medical asso
ciation of his county.
Manager Eager announces that tho
i members of last fall's second football
team can secure their sweaters by call
ing at his office between 11 and 12
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'! THE MAXWELL CO., I
Both Phone.. 13th nnd If 8tr..U I I
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1 1 Repairing Factory
X The only up-to-date plant ln
X the city. It saves you time "
P and money. ...... n
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
. Transfer Company
Por Good, Frompt
136 North Eleventh
Bell 348. Auto 3881
All. students in Geology 15 are re
quested to see the instructor next
week on Tuesday at 8 a'clock, or Wed
nesday at 2 o'clock, in N. 201.
v. fe.- a
Tfct rua CutWr.
I C. A. TUCKER, Jeweler, j;j
3 DR. S. S. SHEAN, Optician
I 1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT 8
3 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
All' students desiring to take box
long kangaroo leaps and Moser slipping ing lessons this next semester, will.,
about the Hold like the follow long ago
with wings on his heels, and Walsh,
well Walsh Just tossing goals. Walt
till you see this, and your spirit will he.
rovlyed and your tongue loosened.
register at once with Jack Best at tho
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Tho. best place to eat In town Is at
Dqii'I Cafo,' lit So. ilth St.
Gregory's Semi-Anthracite $7
AllMETTI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
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