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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1907)
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Entered at the poHtolllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as hccoiuI-cIuhh mail matter
under tho Act of CongreHS of March 3,
Tho basket-ball team njul tho ath
lotlc management are to be congratu
lated. When the visiting team last
Saturday night absolutely refused to
change their stylo of play to lit our
rulos, and furthermore, refused evon
to compromise, it was the proper thing
to yield to them. Their conduct hurt
them a groat deal more than it hurt
us; it simply gave us an opportunity
to show ourselves big enough to give
up a point and yet play a winning
game. True sportsmen do not quibble
over small polntB. Let tho. good work
mny provu more
Injurious to your
oyes thnn wonr
Ing none at nil.
Not every nmii
who calls hlin
No charge for tests.
Tho editor 'suddenly became very
pale, pressed his hand against his
brow, and said things.
"What is the matter, anyway?" ho
"Umph," replied tho assistant editor
contemptuously, "haven't you yet
learned tho smell of a gar of ono of
those wagons that sneak up the back
Tho other made his way to tho win
dow and looked out, then turned round
again with a sickly, foolish smile.
It's this way, you see. There Is a
small hole dug into a block of wood
and with this holo Is connected a tube.
The hole in the block is stuffed full of
chopped weeds and this lighted. Now
the man puts tho end of the tube In
betweon his jaws and sucks hard. The
smoke comes up into his mouth, nat
urally. What does ho do with' It now?
Ho can't chow It, it will not stay down
if he swallows it, feo he doefc the common-sense
thing, of course, and blows
it out again. How simple.. Then he
removes tho tube from 'betweon his
tectl), tn)ks fluently, looks up at tho
sky, sighs, spits, and takes another
pull, nevef forgetting to blow out
again, understand. What is the point
in the gamo, you usk? Well, really,
the sparrows are very thick this morn
ing.. Of late, the stylo seems to dictate
that every man's frontal-pendent, fume
generator be just as ponderous an im
plement us ho is capable of supporting
by the brute forco of his two Jaw
bones. Surely, gentlemen, you are
unmindful of tho future. When In tho
ages to come, some good geologically
inclined civilian shall dig up your skull
and, marking the massive lower max
illary there developed, declare he has
at last found the "missing link," not
only will it cause you considerable
liumlllolion over in Hades, but because
of the comparatively recent stratum In
which the relic was found, it will in
vito a challenge from another wise
one of geoloy, and an alteration ensu
ing, somo one may get his feellqgs
hurt.. Behold, what a tradgey you
Let us plead that you emulate in this
respect some of our worthy professors
whose breath always reminds ono of
ten-centers. Aud, by the way, did you
notice one of our most agust and dig
nified deans and our jovial professor
from the psychology department last
Saturday noon promenading along the
front stone walk, each With a tail of
blue smoke floating out behind? It Is
hoped no one will fail thru lack of rec
ognition to get the directness of this
edifying and inspiring example. That
would he an Irreparable loss. But If
you cannot accept this, being -quite
enamored of that big, cumbersome,
hole-In-a-block, for the good love of
humanity, clean it out once In three or
four years anyway.
Next Game Here.
Manager Eager announces March 1
as the date of tho next basket-ball
game on tho local lloor, when Nebraska
In competent t o
Wo hIiow you
nud explain to
you why wo nro
right, and j?uar
will meet tho basket-ball five of tho
University of Denver. An informal
dance will follow the contest.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS,
Happenings of other days as record
ed in the Nebraskan:
Four Years Ago Today.
Baseball practice begins.
A class fight between tho Junior nud
Sonlor Laws was pi evented by the ap
pearance of the professors.
Three Years Ago Today.
President Jordan of Lelnnd Stanford
wnB entertained by the University.
Two Years Ago Today.
Nebiaska 49, Raker 19, at basket
ball. Rlnaker to Speak.
S. M. Rlnnker, president of the.Soph
omore class, will represent tho Univer
sity Republican Club at a banquet to
be glvon by tho Republican Clubs of
Lincoln at the Llndell hotel this even
ing. Mr. Rlnaker will speak on "Young
Men In Politics."
Waterman Fountain Pens
i ii i g
Carried In Town.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Prof.
Nathan Bornstein (Omaha High
School), "A Now Ideal.'
Freshman class meeting, 11:30 a. m.
Special Pershing Rifle drill, 7:15
Zoological Club moetB In M. 301, 8:00
Latin Club meets with Professor
Sanford at 1618 L street. Election
Fifth Students' Recital of tho
School of Music, Mem. Hall, 8:00
p. m. sharp.
First annual gymnasium contest,
8:15 p. m.
MId-wIntor Seniors meet at 4:00 p.
m. In Adm. Hall.
Engineering Society meet, 7:30 p. m.
Second Senior play tryout for men,
7:30 p.m., Union Hall.
Sem. Hot. meets ut 5:00 p. in. Elec
tion of members.
Sophomore class meeting, 11:30 p.
m. Election of officers. Mom.
Y. W. C. A. meeting, 5:00 p. in. Dr.
Indoor athletic contest, 3:00 p. m.
Mid-winter Commencoment, 8:00 p.
in., Mom. Hall.
Medical Society meet In M. 301, 8:00
p. m. Address by C. W. M. Poynton.
English Club meets with Miss Gar-
vor, 8:00 p. m.
Chemical Club meets In Chem. Lab.
Convocation. Rulph W. Brecken
ridge of Omaha, "Tho Spirit of
Denver University vs. Nebraska;
basket-ball and dance.
Non Com Hop. yr
Anrll r f
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate. Mom
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