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Convocation Laura Rhoadcs, '08
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Entered at tho poBtofflco at Lincoln,
ffcbroskn as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Nebraska at the present time takes
rather a prominent position in determ
ining the future action of several big
institutions In athletic maUerb. Upon
her depends, It would sem, the final
consummation of a Missouri Valley
League and the schedules of several
ol the "Big Nine" schools will be af
fected by the decision of our Athletic
Board regarding the "three-year rule."
A good deal of Interest Is centering
about the matter of the representa
tion of the Omaha Medical Collego ou
the Cornhusker stuff. In this ques
tion, just as In any other,, there are
it ' -'
" Budd don't bluff. The Hats speak for themselves. II
They look $5.00 worth, they wear $3.50 worth and j
it A11 fy. $9 Kft Wkv nair mvo? it
two sides. Prom the standpoint of
numbers, the school, it would seem,
has ample representation as it is, but
as a separate and distinct section of
the University, thero Is room for a
claim to a representation similar to
that of other sections. It Is n matter
upon which It is easy to take a proju-
At last the University has a museum
of a size suitable for the exhibits that
have been in its possession for a num
ber of years. Professor Barbour is to
be congratulated upon securing such
ample quarters and In equipping them
so admirably. To be sure, the build
ing looks from the. Outside as if it
had been built to perpetuate the mem
ory of some company llko tho -Nye,
Schneider Fowler concern, but some
tlmps it Is well to take what can be
gotten, and one of these days, lot us
hope we shall have more substantial
edifices like the Temple and tho Phy
EVENTS OF.'FORMER YARSf-
" 'Ylappeningd of other days asre
corded in tho' Nobraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Company TTHop hoTd afWfiltnTHnU,
with tarjje and woil satisfied crowd.
Four Years Ago Today.
Victory of Nebraska girls basket
ball team over the Haskell Indian girls
by a BCoro of 42 to 8 in a hard, fast
game played here. Second team vic
torious over Baker; score, 22 to 1.
L. Mctcalf of Omaha, Rfttds Fine'
Paper at Convocation.
"Measuring Men" was the subject
(f a instructive and carefully written
paper read by Mr. R. L. Metcalf ol
Omaha, at Convocation yesterday
morning. When wo measure people,
he said, we are too apt to bo unjust
and narrow forgetting that there are
two sides to every question. The army
spy who is caught Is put to death by
the one'sldo and idealized by the other.
It Is far easier to underestimate men
than to overestimate men, and we
cannot always judge correctly thru
When asked to name a traitor, the
average Bchool boy promptly replies
"Benedict Arnold," yot Arnold gave
valuable service to his country at first.
George Washington was subject to
fits of anger, Thomas Jefferson yield
ed to tempaations, and Alexander
Hnmilton, altho much revered was not
nearly so admirable In some respects
as Aaron Burr. After all, In consider
ing the doctrine of tho brotherhood
of man, was Aaron Burr measured
carefully? Certainly no more beauti
ful letters were ever written than
those he sent to his children.
Two of the big men in history are
Abraham Lincoln .and Stephen A.
Douglas unliko in many ways. Doug
las in his polished mannor preached to
the heads of the people, but Lincoln
leached their hearts altho crude and
awkward. They were rivals in love as
Hatter. 1141 O j
well as In politics. Theodore R'oose-
volt criticises former presidents rather
severely, calling Thomas Jofforson tho
father of nullification and therefore of
secession. Thus are men measured,
both falsely and correctly, regardless
of the statement which Emerson
makes that, "Every man is a divinity
Y. M. C. A. Election.
Immediately "after the mid-week
meeting tonight, in tho Y. M. C. A!
ijooms, will occur the election of of
ficers for the association for 1907-08.
All members of tho organization are
urged to be present.
All members of the Hawkqyb Club
are requested to bo present ata busi
ness meeting' to be held tomorrow
morning at 11 o clock in U. 109.
Senior Class Meeting.
The Senior Class will meet tomor
row morning inU. 208 at 11 a. m.
OLIVER THEATRE, LI NCOLN
THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSI0AL EVENT IH THE
HISTORY OF LINCOLN
Monday Night, March VrrX2ffSSSKMr
Grand English Opera Co.
satian oiM.mo pucchd maudlfl DUTTOrfly
Th. iam gtatCast, Chorus and Orchutr. as during Its
r.cent N.w York Triumph.
Prlcis $2.50 to $1.00. Mall Orders Promptly filled..
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards BIk.
Why not take yoiir baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Swell spring sample shoes and Ox
fords, half price. Sanderson's.
You will bo satisfied with Cameron's
Tho best place to eat in town is at
Don's Cafe, 114 So., 11th St.
Tho best place to cat in town is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Lost Between Palladlan Hall and
1500 R street, hand-painted china me
dallion. Return to 1500 R.
If you have danco programs, tickets
or posters to bo printed, go to Mc
Vey's, 125 No. 12th St.
There Is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
tor Beo HarrlB, tho watch doctor, 1137
Pictures and posters for college
men's rooms. Samples at 1600 P St.,
or brought to any address. Auto, 4406,
Bell A-2165. L. L. Bishop.
Found Ladles' Initial pin. Owner
roay have same by identifying it at
the Nebraskan office and paying the
charge of this insortion.
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you can get a swell spring
sampler at' one-half price. Sander
son's. A number have inquired of Mr.
Townsond If tho price quoted to Corn
huskers would be extended to Senior
girls desiring new sittings without
cap and gown. Tho rate Is good to
July 1, '07.
Don't forget when you want your
picture framed that the Lincoln Book
Store does good work of this kind
and does it at reasonable prices. The
No. is 1126 O St.
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, ol course
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Gregory's Washed Coal $6,50
ALLKRETT! CHOCOLATES AT RE GOBS
Monday Night, Mch. 18
' SPECIAL FEATURES:
The Real Boat Race between a Yale
and Harvard Crew.
Famous Yale Glee Club Octette of
"Love's Young Dream."
"Love Me and the World Is Mine.''
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