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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1907)
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Assoclato Editor Clydo E. Elliott, '09
Mnnnclng Editor A. E. Long, '00
AthlotlcB HuKh W. CrnFff, '07
Qcnorul Nowh Paul Q. Burt, '09
Xovlowa Qortrudo Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura Rhoadca, '08
.AnHlstant Athletics. MUlor S. Benedict, '00
ABst. Oon. Nowh Sldnoy O. Evans, '00
Departmental.... Eurl R. Hunt. '08
J. C. Elder, 07
Ouy MontKomory, '09
W. E. Standovon, '07
Alexander J. Dunlap, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
BuBlncBB Manager.... Byron E. Yodor, '08
AHBlstant Manager Qay Hardy, '08
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team, which is going to win every' OOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OC5CSOOOOOOOOO .
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Keeps one dry when it rains
train rr7-rf Knfr rJrfcn r rpcpmnp a vain
coat, worn by men who know,' for all
kinds of wear on all occasions. Light m
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ingly serviceable. All our coats are
guaranteed. From $12.50 to $20.00.
Tasty grays and genteel blacks.
game played Under favorable circum
stances. Tho game with Denver is to i
be no snap as any one with anyi
knowledge of tho situation knows, but
by this tlmo the men on the team'
hayo pretty thoroly recovered from
their long, wearing jaunt and will be
back to their old form which defeated I
Iowa and Kansas. That being the'
case, a decidedly warm and fast exhi-(
bition is assured. Let us show that
our Interest in and our support of ath
letics is not merely of the flitting,
EVENTS OF FORMER YA;R8.
Happenings of other days as record
ed in the NebraSkan:
Threo Years Ago- Today.
Company D dissolved for tho semes
ter by order of Captain Chase, the
men were distributed among tho other
companies and the ofllcers assigned to
Entered at tho postoftlco at Lincoln,
Nobraslcn, as second-class mail matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 8,
It seems to have been an unwritten
law that the night before a basket-ball
gamo tho cloth sign on the front Iron
fence should disappear, never to come
within tho bounds of mortal ken
again. There was nothing particularly
heinous about tho practice, probably
in taking it at that time, for the affair
could not well bo UBed again, but now
the competition between tho various
ardent relic hunters has increased to
such extent that the last streamer ad
vertising tho Denver-Nebraska game
has disappeared two days before the
customary time. Of coujse wo are all
born with an extreme love for toys and
The Dally Iowan In Its' discussion of i
the game played by tho Cornhuskers1
In Iowa City, Saturday night, Is loud J
In Its praises of the visitors' game,
and allows for our team with being In
bad condition while the Iowa five was
In tho best of spirits. Tho Iowan se
verely criticises the action of the spec
tators toward what It characterizes as
"the absolutely Impartial officiating of
Doctor Clapp," and remarks that Iowa
City crowdB have much to learn from
tho students of Nebraska, In the mat
ter of courtesy.
Dr. Henry Pratt Judson, the new
President of the University of Chi
cago, was enthusiastically received by
the studdnts of that institution in a
meeting held last Friday in Mandell
Hall. Dr. Judson has been acting
president since President Harper's
first Illness, two years ago.
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Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Chapln Bros.r Florists, 127 So. 12th.
"Nebraska" embossed stationery at
Something new in embossed station
ery. The Co-op.
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
The Historical Society has on dis
play a new bonnet, far more gorgeous
The Eye Of Every School Child
should be examined carefully by an expert. We try to Impress the im- a
portance of this on everybody. We are stating facts, and are not
moved by a desire for gain alone. .
We know the importance of such, and take enough human interest
to Insist and insist.
No charge for examination and if you don't need glasses we'll tell n
you so. j
Hallett - Jeweler-Optician - 1143 0
A good writing tablet Is a necessity.
Get it at the Unl Book Store.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Don's Cafe, 114 So., 11th St
The 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.?
The best place to eat In town is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Front room for rent, ground floor.
Gentlemen only. 534 No. 12th.
Tour writing always looks good on
our fancy box paper at the Unl Book
Green's barber shops excel all others
in the west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Vey's, 125 No. 12th St.
SPECIAL LADIES' MAN TAILORED
SUITS $11.35 to $40.00
JACKETS 7.35 p $21.35
SKIRTS $4.00 to $18.65
Misses' Suits.. $10.00 to .$18.00
Work, goods and fit guaran'ted.. Also
R- C. HUBERT,
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HIGH CLASS PHOTOS
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317 South Twelfth St.
playthings and painted boubles of all
sorts, but 'when such a passion inter
feres with a University function, en
dangering the financial prospects of an
important athletic event, and threaten
ing "Dog" Eagor's head with a few
more gray hairs, it Is time one im
posed upon oneself a little restraint.
Tho real manly thing, or anyway, the
expedient thing to. do would be to
sneak up hero after dark tonight and
put it back in place.
Tomorrow night the ' third big
basket-ball contest to bo played on the
home floor will occur. It comes at a
time when a few are Inclined to be
'discouraged about tho basket-ball out
look, but from general indications, it
seems that tho majority of the sup
porters of tho game aro as thoroly
Interested as ever and the contest to
morrow evening is, looked forward to
with keen anticipation.
There is absolutely no reason for
discouragement nor for lack of inter
est, ' Nebraska had a record-breaking
than most of the head-gear that will be
worn this spring. As to feathers and
other finery, there is an abundance.
This is, however, a man's bonnet, in
tended for an Indian chief of the Ogal
lala jtrlbe and which has been loaned
to the Historical Society by Ray Bell,
a student at the Academy. This war
bonnet consists of seventy-two of the
finest eagle feathers, varying from
thirteen to twenty inches in length,
and was secured by Mr. Bell from an
Indian medicine man.
Sweaters on Hand. ' "
Dr. Clapp wishes to announce that
there are still a number of sweaters
on hand. Those on the football teams
of 1905 and the track team of 1905-6
who have not yet done so are re
quested to get their sweaters as soon
Before buying that Nebraska pin
consult with the Co-op., They, will
treat you right. , , ,
You would not be ashamed to send
a letter written on our new embossed
stationery. The Co-op.
Miss A. E. Soukup, Dressmaker.
Special attention given to students.
1136 O St. Auto 4603. '
There is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch isn't up to date you fet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
136 North Elmnth
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