The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 21, 1907, Image 2

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TUB PROPERTY OP
TIII3 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Lincoln, Nkhharka.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
IJY TUB STUDENT PUH. BOARD.
Pabllcitlon Office, 126 H, 14th St.
Kdltor-ln-chlof J. Carroll Knodo, OS
ABsoclato Kdltoti Clyflo 13. Elliott, 0!)
MftmiRlnff Editor. A. 13. Loup, 00
AthlctlcM Hugh W. Cmltf, 07
Ocnoml Nowh Stuart P. Dobbs, 'OD
ItnvlowH Oortnidb Moore, '07
Convocation I.nurnRhondcB, '08
ABHlstnnt Athlotlcfl.MUlor H. Benedict, '09
ABHt. Con. Nowb SIdnoy Q. Evanb, 'OD
nopnrtmcntal....Pau1 R. Butler, '07
J. C. Elder, 07
. Chiy Montgomery, '10
W. E. Stnndovon. '07
Alexander J. Dunlap, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
BiiBluena MaiuiRcr. ...Byron IS. Yoder, '08
AsBlBtimt ManaRor Cay Hardy, '03
Circulator II. C. Robertson, '00
Rhoades Scholarship into which but
ono representative ontercd wore of the
sort that proved a man's scholarship,
thut required real, thorough, deop-'
grounded ability to think and grapple
with problems, and one passing such a
test lias won greater honor than onej
holding every "olllco" on the schedule. I
There are some real things In the,
world and Bomo people who recognlzo (
them. Here's, to the man who, tho
only a Sophomore, represented Ne
braska so woll in tho Rhoades Schol
iiialilti nvnmdinllnnal
FRATS-
When in need of COAL call and' see the
WHITEBREAST CO.
We will treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
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TELEPHONES:
O AY Auto 1528. NIQHT 2363 and 4472
Editorial and Business Offlcft:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A. Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Pyble In Advnc
8lnnlo Copies, 5 Cents Each,
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 contB per Inncrtlon
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thorcof.
Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nchraflka, iih bccoikI-cIuhh mall matter
under tho Act of Congress pf March 3,
1879.
THE REAL THING.
It is ono thing to win claBS honors
and social honors and athletic honors,
and it is quite another thing tu earn
honors along lines of scholarship. Or,
putting it in another way, and, per
haps, In a more nearly logical order,
scholastic honorB are, presumably, and
properly, the principal, central ones
for tho collogo student, and all others
bianch out from thoso in tho center,
Ono is attending a university in tho
first place to work and work hard.
Then what honors come with tho re
sults of tho work ought to stand beforo
any others. Somo people, of course,
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of . other . days as re
corded In The Nebraskan:
Five Yearo Ago Today.
First oppearance of Captain Smoko
tho new commandant boforo the stu
dent body.
Three Years Ago Today.
Evidence of strong feeling about
the campus ngnlnst tho proposed
action ol the regents in taking a part
of the athletic field for the location
of the present PhyBics building.
Two Years Ago Today.
Opening of bids for tho present
Administration Building by the Re
gents. At Convocation This Morning.
The Steckelborg Quartet will render
the following symphony program at
Convocation this morning:
Symphony D Major Beethoven
Larghetto.
Scherzo.
Allegro Molto.
Mib. Raymond at the organ.
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C. A. TUCKER, Jewelir,
i DR. S. S. SHEAN, Optician jj
rf 1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT 8
8 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
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The GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP &
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W.n.BAUTIIISLiMAN, Proprietor
134 So. Kloventli St. Etit Side
New Guns.
The' Military Department will soon
have a complete new equipment of
rifles and artillery. The old field
pieces wero sent away some time ago,
and two new Gatlln guns are oxpecte'd
to arrive In tho immediate future. Tho
final bonds for the Krags have been
forwarded and tho up-to-date" guns will
bo here probably by 'tho tlmo the Ba
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Aii Eastern beauty," full crown, very flat sot. expect
it to be tbe biggest hat hit 1 ever put out.
$2.50. Why Pay More?
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
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ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
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AFTER THE DANCE
CALL UP
The Ensign Omnibus and
Transfer Company
For Goodf Prompt
LIVERY SERVICE
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HUYLfiR
Okoolts
Bon Bns.
Tkf irua Cull-.
got side-tracked on tho other sort. It
sounds i little better In their ears to
bo called great in athletic or social
circles, say, and they put their en
ergies all to theBo ends to tho detri
ment of their study. But the only sane
view, purely, is that which makes
these things mere accessories to tho
ono big purpose in tho college life,
to become a scholar.
Now this is not meant as a whole
sale denunciation of society and ath
letics and class affairs. They are all
right in their place. Tho trouble is
simply this: some people make. these
the. central aim of their college life
and their study an accessory. They
are. occupied first with tho pie and
pastry end of the menu and too near
ly, forgot the bread and butter part of
their nourishment, Pie and pastry are
all right to a certain degree, but an
over-'indilgenco in that direction will
very ilkejy; result in a fit of dyspepsia,
. lf;oo be normally constituted.
The recent examinations for tho
talllon is ready to drill on tho campus.
Y. ,W. C. A. Notice.
All members of the Y. W. C. A. will
please take notice that a meeting will
bo held Friday, February 22, during
the noon hour at the Y. W. C. A. rooms
for the purpose of electing ofllcers for
tho coming year. All members are
urged to be present.
W. Dwlght Pierce, '04, Is In Lincoln
for a week or more, visiting IiIb fam
ily and friends in the University. Mr.
Pierce 1b In the division of Entomology
and is located at Dallas, Texas, from
Bprlng till winter, where he Is actively
at work oh the cotton-boll weevel prob
lem. He has just come from Washing
ton, D. C, where his reports are usu
ally written up. Ho has met many
Nebraska men in Washington and
would bo pleased to meet all men
interested in this branch of work who
would like to know something of its
practical side. .
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SAM'S CAFE
S. F. Weslerfleld
Proprietor
Spocial Sorvlco to
PARTIES
Bell Phone 355
Auto -3355
A Specialty in Oysters in Season
117-19-21 tyo. 13th St.
NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
CLUB BREAKFASTS
6:30 a. m. to 2:00. p. m.
1 Two Eggs, Dry Toast and Coffee,
Tea or Milk 15c
2 Slice of Bacon, One Egg, Hard
Rolls, Potatoes, Hot Cakes (2)
with Syrup, and Coffee, Tea or
Milk 20c
3 Breakfast Food with 'Cream,
Slice of Bacon, One Egg, Pota
toes, Hard Rolls and Coffee, Tea
or Milk 25c
1 Hot Cakes (3) Stripped with
Bacon and Coffee, Tea or Milk.. 15c
5 Plain Steak, Potatoes, Rolls,
Hot Cakes (2) with Syrup and
Coffee, Tea or Milk ....25c
6 Plain Omelet, Rasher of Bacon,
Rolls, Potatoes, and Coffee, Tea
or Milk ...: 30c
7 Ham or Bacon and Eggs, Rolls,
Potatoes, ToaBt, Hot Cakes (2)
with Syrup and Coffee, Tea or
Milk 35c
8Brookflelds Farm Sausago, Pota-
' toes, 'Rolls, Hot Cakes (2) with
Syrup and .Coffee, Tea or Milk.. 30c
9 "Windsor" Steak, Rasher of Ba
con, Potatoes, Rolls, Hot Cakes
(2) with Syrup and Coffee, Tea
or Milk 35c
10 Mutton Chops (2), Rasher of '
Bacon, Rolls, and Coffee, Tea or
Milk 30c
Changes made In our Club Break
fast will bo checked from the regular
Menu.
Special attention to students. 10
per cent off on all meal tickets.
Rogers & Perkins
1129 O Street.
8 Repairing Factory! p
8 GOODYEAR SYSTEM
b The only up-to-date plunt in the Q
O city. Saves you time ond money O
g 1220 "O" STREET
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COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
OP LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
1 CAPITAL, - $100,000.00
The best place to eat In town Is at
Don't Qafe, 114 So. 11th St.
AUKRIITI CHOCOLATES AT RECTORS
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