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AthlotlcH IIurIi W. Cralff, '07
CJonoral Nowb Stuart P. Dobbs, '00
RovIowh Clortrudo Moore, '07
Convocation T.tiura Rhoadcs, '08
AflnlHtAnt A thlotlcfl. Millar B. Benedict, '00
ABBt. Gen. Nowb Sldnny Q. Evnns, '09
Departmental.... Paul R. Butlor, '07
J. C. Eluor, 07
Ouy Montgomery, '10
W. B. Rtandovon. '07
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C. C. Hickman. '07
BunlncHB ManaKor.... Byron E. Yodcr, '08
ABBlntant MnmiKor Gay Hardy, '03
Circulator II. C. Robertson, '09
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Nebraska, as ju'coikI-cIuhk mail matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Had you over noticed that above
old Unl. Hall there is a flag floating
ovory day from morning till night?
Perhaps not moro than a third of the
student body ever noticed it, but every
body ought to remember and realize
its presence up there.
One little matter regarding tho pros
pective athletic field to tho north of the
campus well worth noticing is that
wo already own two lots in the first
block. Still moro interesting is it to
know that Professor Lees and Profes
sor Pound, 'in order to mako suro of
this miiQh ground, borrowed thirteen
We claim, to be the btat CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and
are here to prove It. Our methods and 'machinery aro tho VERY
LATEST and our workman the best that money can secure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes, without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not t6 injure thorn in any way. Wo also
elean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. 'Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Bell 147 1820 N street Phono Auto 1202
Call or write for price list Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
hundred dollars and paid Interest on
it for some little time out of their own
pockets. That ya8 a yoar or so ago
und they havo, of course, been repaid
now, but certainly it Is good to have
profossors with such interest in ath
letics at tho University off Nebraska?
''I threw in three ballots for
that time!" exultantly cried a certain
Sophomore yesterday at the election.
At one' of tho ballots taken at least
fourteen more votes wore cast than
there were people in tho room. ' Of
course, if grafting is to bo done, it
had best bo done openly, but the Soph
omore in question did not so openly
confess from a spirit of frankness. Ho
was .simply tickled over tho smartness
ofNhis act that he forgot all his usual
caution. ' ,
Surely, not many people lack tho
sense, of Tight and wrong to such, an
otftent as to,' smile at such a practice,
It is oniya;smair thing, again, to bo
but if a man
cheat at a .
class election, whnt 1h wrong about his '
going to n till and extracting, say, one J
Events of Former Years.
HappdnlngB of other days as
corded in tho Nobrasknn:
Five Years Ago Today.
Presentation of the pipe organ in
Memorial Hall by the Alumni of tho
University. Address by General John
G. Black of Chicago.
Four Years Ago Today.
Pershing cannon presented to the
Rifles by Chancellor Andrews.
Three Years Ago Today.
Commencement oration delivered by
Dr. Palmer of Harvard.
At chapel yesterday an Interesting
program of high order was given, Miss
Dean and Miss Post rendering their
parts most effectively.
Miss Helen Dean, sopruno.
MIsb Aenono Poston, pianist.
Hear Ye, Israel (from Elijah)
'. . Mendelssohn
(n) Concert Loendor. . .Hans Hubor
(b) Tremolo Etude.." Gottschnlk
(a) Tho Miller and the Brook
(b) My Sweet Repose Schubert
A Song of Thanksgiving Allltseh
d. Bentley, '10 leaves today for
Wyoming, where he will go to work on
a ranch, not returning to school ngalii
this semester. Mr. Bentley has been
a promising candidate for tho track
team, and his departure Is much re
groted in athletic circles.
In the regulations as changed for the
season of 1907 by tho football rules
committee, tho loss of the ball as the
penalty for a failure of tho forward
pass, has been changed to tho loss of
fifteen yards. This should make the
forward pass more popular and aid the
offense more materially. Tho length of
tho halves has again boon changed to
The Department of Baterlology and
Animal Pathology has made some spe
cial arrangements for showing up to
day the equipment and work there.
A large display of specimens will bo
shown In the general laboratory, N
205, and then beginning at 2:00 a. m.,
a series of three -popular lectures will
bo given. t- v '
2. Animals' and Disease.
3, Proofs of Evolution.
These lectures, Illustrated with lan
tern slides, aro to bo given In M 301.
Tho meeting of tho English Club 4s
No More, No Less.
The Scotch Woolen
World's Greatest Tailors
145 So. 13th St.
Sophomore "Cornhusker" committee
meet In "Cbrnhusker" ofllce, 12:00
Pershing Rifles drill nnd Band, 2:00
Indoor athletic contest, 3:00 p. m.
ForeBt Club meets in N. 110 for
election of ofllcers, 7:30 p. m.
Mid-winter Commencement, 8:00 p.
m., Mem. Hall.
Dr. Charles S. Minot before Medical
College, Mv 301, 11:00 a. m.
Medical Socloty meet in M. 301, 8:00
p. m. Address by C. W. M. Poyn-
Chemical Club meets In Choin. Lab.
Annual Sigma XI addresB by Dr.
Chas. Sedgwick Minot, Art Hall,
8:00 p. m.
Students' Debating Club social "blow
out," 8:00 p. m.
Palladlan Society new members'
program, 8:30 p. m.
Junior Class meeting, Mem. Hall, at
11:30 a. m.
Convocation. Ralph W. Brecken
ridge of Omaha, "The Spirit of
First annual gymnastic contest.
Denver University vs. Nebraska;
basket-ball and dance.
Non Com Hop.
Tho best place to' eat In town is at
Don't Cafe, 114 So. 11th St.
Why not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Your writing always looks good- on
our fancy box paper at the Unl Book
Miss A. E. Soukup, Dressniaker.
Special attention given to students.
1136 O St. Auto 4603.
The best place to eatAln town Is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Front room for rent, ground floor.
Gentlemen onjy. 53'4 No. 12th.
You will be .satisfied with Cameron's
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
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MLEdilll CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
For refreshments and light catering
work see "TOMMY" at Miller &
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