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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1907)
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TUB UNIVBUBITY OP NEBRASKA.
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BY THE STqpENT PUB. BOARD.
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Edltor-ln-ohlof J. Carroll Knode,
AsnoolatC Editor Clydo B. Elliott,
MtttiiiglnK Editor A. E. Long,
Athletics Hugh W. Craig,
Qonoral Nowh Stuart P. Dobbs,
Reviews, aortrudo Mooro,
Convocation Laura Rhoades,
ABHlntant Athotica. Miller 8. Benedlot,
ABHt. Gen. Nowb Sidney Q. Evans,
Doparttucn till..., Paul R. Butlor, '07
J. C. Elder, 07
Guy Montgomery, '10
W. E. Stnndovon. '07
Alexander J. Dunlap,
C. C. Hickman, '07
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AflBlstant Manager Gay Hnrdy,
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Entered at tho poatoftlco at Lincoln,
Nobraska, as Becond-class mail matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
EVeNTfc 0f'FORMIR YEARl.
Happonings of other years as re
corded In the Nobraskan:
Three Yeare Ajjo Today. ,
Tho Sophs kidnapped Clarence John
son, chairman of the Freshman com
mittee. Two Yeare Ago Today.
Tho Acacia fraternity granted a
chartor to tho Masonic Association of
A girlB mass meeting was held, Miss
Brewster presiding, to raise monoy for
tho Tomplo fund.
For tho benoflt of Freshmen aspiring
to lofty climaxoB in Rhetoric 2, we
print verbatim a clipping taken tho
other day from a paper In one of Ne
braska's Httlo country towns:
As tho wrltor looked upon the life
less form, as it lay in the beautiful
casket, dressed In its burial robe of
puro white, with tho little badge of
honor Tho Relief Corps Badge, mo
thought of tho time when wo first par
took of her hospitality, as a guest at
tho hotol many years ago, and tho
times since as we gathered around her
bountiful board, and we thought with
"How are the Mighty Fallen."
Do Not SelectYour Val
entines Until you have looked through our oxtensivo lino. We aro showing every
thing from tho Postal Cards at a penny apioco up to tho beautiful Valen
tino gift books q. 1.30 to 32.50 apioco. Wo aro specially strorig in tho fol
lowing: Fancy Celluloid Valentines, boxed roady for mailing, in prices Bo to
Imported Gorman Novelties, in now designs, from 10c to 85c.
Hand Water Color Valentines, designed with fancy heads and figures
artistically mounted; prices 12c to 25c.
Valontine Postal Cards, in hand wator colors or embossed, ranging in
prico from lc to 10c each. On sale in Book Department.
Pearl Buttons for Everybody
Yesterday we put on sale almost 12,000 dozen Pearl Buttons, in all
the regular sizes, and at a variety of prices. Many' of these buttons
are extremoly cheap, and when they are gone the probabilities are
that they cannot be duplicated at the prices, unless there comes a
radical change in the Pearl Button market.
Prices run from 24c up to 10c per dozen. The values are truly
remarkable and you should not fail to look them over If you havo even
a remote expectation of buying. They are on display on the middle
tables of our Notions aisle.
"She thinks I hadn't ought to do it,
but I think I had."'
If thore Is one mistake In grammar
made oftener than any other, and es
pecially on this campus, it is "hadn't
ought." Now language, to bo suro, is
only a means of communication, but
in this means there nutBt bo a stan
dard, and col lego people, presumably,
aro Uiobo acquainted with It. Sadly
enough, there aro a whole lot of col
lego graduates who have not yet
learned to talk straight, and whose
ignorance slips out in some such
breaks aB that cited above. So pardon
"Of all sad words of tongue or pen,
Dr. Wallace Receives Notice of a New
Discovery Made in England.
Tho International Interest aroused
by a representative of the University
of Nobraska tho past two years In
Shakespearean research work among
the English archives Is still bearing
fruit. Recontly one of Dr. Wallace's
frlonds, Prof. F. Fe'ulllerat of tho Uni
versity of Rennes, Franbo, has report
ed In a private letter that ho had un
earthed anothor valuable document
touching on Blackfriars theatre. Tho
proposed publication of the documents
In tho London Times, In which Pro
fessor Wallace's most recent discov
eries on that famous old theatre were
sot forth last somostor, will be eagerly
We have a special lot of Side Hose Supporters, worth from 10c to
20c. These are in Women's, Misses and Children's sizes, e .,
We will close them oiit at, a pair 0C
MILLER & PAINE
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
A good writing tablet Is a necessity.
Get It at the Unl Book Store.
Tho best place to eat in town is at
Don't Cafe, 114 So. 11th St.
Ninety Per Cent
of eye troubles arc 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
Why not take your baths at ChrlB'
Bath House, corner 11th aad P Sts.7
Your writing always looks good on
our fancy box paper at the Unl Book
The saddest aro these:
ought to have been."-
A colored girl, a student here at tho
University, passed a tableful of stu
dents over In the library tho other day,
and the whole circle began Immed
iately in' the most naive manner imag
Allow us to rocommend a milk bot
Why don't wo get a calander over
in the Library? . Somebody will date
his work wrong one of these days and
then -get flunked at tho end of the sem
ester for deflnguencles.
Phil Harrison's new poster for the
Junior Prom Is exciting much atten
tion. Tho class numerals are used in
tho center and these brought out by
a novel but very effective sort of shad
ing. Tho now piece of work well sus
tains Mr. Harrison's reputation as an
artist of exceptional ability in this di
rection. it. " '
looked for by all scholars who are in
terested in the Shakespearean drama
Curtis in Hard. Luck Again.
Joe Curtis, the Michigan football
player, 1b declared to be the unlucklest
man at tljo Ann Arbor school. Ruled
out of the 1905 Chicago game thru an
accusation of which ho and every
Michigan man bellejpd him innocent;
and kept out of tho Pennsylvania game
last season by a fractured leg the
week before the big contest, was
enough misfortune. Tho other evening
he fell on a Bidewalk and It is very
probable that his leg is broken in the
same place as tho old fracture was.
Students at Harvard University are
now protesting vigorously against a
rule prohibiting athletes who repre
sent their Bchool from participating in
more than two branches of sports, This
rule, so the students claim, hampers
athletic teams by the lack of all
around athletes on teams.
Miss A. C. Soukup, Dressmaker.
Special rates to students. 1136 O St
131 Mirth Eltvmth
lill 341. AHtt 3111
Before ordering dance programs,
tickets or posters see McVoy, 125 No.
Green's barber shops excel all others
In the west. EnUrely modern and .the
best work assured.
There is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
For Sale Meal tickets at a big dis
count for cash on a first-class board
ing house. Ask at cashier's window of
Farmers' Grocery Co. We have a snap
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