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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1907)
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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Edltor-ln-chlof J. Carroll Knodo, 03
ABBOolato Editor Clyde E. Elliott, 01)
Managing Editor A. E. Long, 09
AthlotlCB Hugh W. Crnlg, 07
General News Paul O. Burt, '09
HovIowb Gertrude Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura Rhoadcs, '08
ABBlstant AthlotlCB. Miller S. Boncdlct, 09
ABBt. Oon. Nowa Sidney O. Evans, '09
Departmental.... Earl R. Hunt, '08
II. L. Wllapn, '09
Guy Montgomery, '09
A. a. Bchrolbor. '07
Alexander J. Dunlap, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
Business Manager.... Byron E. Yodor, '08
AsBlBtant Manager Gay Hardy,- '08
Circulator II. C. Robortson, '09
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Jnely funny to have the private wink
over. And as for stopping at the hotel
on the way from breakfast to class,
why that is to be taken as a Very
ordinary, every-day affair, of course.
But Just the same, the man who does
such things, after Having attained a
place whore ho should know better,
ought to be boosted so hard that It
would make his oars tingle and so
hard that he would alight entirely out
of sight of the University forever.
And further,. the name of every man
who does such things ought to be past
ed In black and white where every
student might read it.
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Had you been on a certdln down
town street one April evening, last
year, you would have seen something
probably to make youpause a moment.
A certain man was making his way
along slowly and unsteadily, stumbling
frequently and tottering from one side
of tho walk to the other. Sometimes
it seemed he. would certainly fall, but
mumbling incoherently and half Idiot
ically ho managed to continue on his
Ho attracted considerable attention;
several passorsby turned and looked
after him, a bunch of college men stop
ped and watched him, talking among
Dr. P. D. Heald, Botanist at the Ex
perlmen Station, delivered a lecture
before the elementary science classes
at tho High School, last Tuesday morn
ing, on "Symptons of Disease In
PlantB." Tho lecture was illustrated
with over sixty lantern slides showing
tho natural colors and forms of tho
In his class In Greek 26, a series of
illustrated lectures on travel in Greece,
Doctor Lees has been using a curtain
rod to point out the features of Inter
est in tho lantern slide pictures. Some
kind student in tho course taking pity
on the doctor, hns sent him a nine
foot, two. joint bamboo fishing rod, to
use nB a pointer.
A large number of men are geltlng
out every afternoon to praotico tho
National game. As yet the diamond
has not been laid out so that the prac
tice Is mostly of the batting and out
Captain Rino says the prospects
aro very bright for a good team.
There aro only a few "old timers,"
but these together with a lot of
new material should make a good
team. "Ducky" Holmes lias the bunch
In hard 'training at present and Is
hopeful of making an exceptionally
Spring Apparel For Men
Interest Grows in the New
Looking, trying on, admiring and
buying, now in full blast.
Several additional nobby styles in
men's and young men's Suits just in;
you'll learn something about ready-to-wear
clothes you've never known before
if you spend a few moments looking at
them. It's educational you'll then
know what's proper for spring.
Suits $15 to $40
If you need a top coat see our $15 ones.
Magee & Deemer
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WILL YOU BE ONE?
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Our patients are our best advertisements. ''Every pair
of glasses fitted by us sells others. We warit to add
you to our chain. To fit you is to fit your friends in
Who is Ludwlg anyhow?
Hallett - Graduate-Optician - 1143 0
themselves, nnd it would have been
easy to gather from their concerned
expressions that they wore not talk
ing lightly. Finally, the man, tho
young man, passed a building In front
of which an old friend of his was
standing. Tho friend hesitated at first
sight of tho reeling figure unable, It
seemed, to believe his senses; then
slowly shaking his head wont out to
the street laid his hands on the fel
low's arm and looking as if tho tears
Were Just about to start to his eyes,
led him away home.
And why was It all taken so seri
ously? It was a college man, a young
fellow In tho University.
Lately, there have been too many
reports, vague, half suppressed rumors
regarding the escapades of certain Uni
versity men. It seems to be quite the
thing among an exclusive class to take
a" town at the "rapid pace," to get
just a little hilarious once in a while,
or. even go so far as to get unsteady.
Nothing like having something genu-
The program for the gymnastic con
test which will be held Saturday night
is as follows:
1. Maize Running
First Year Class.
2. Mass Dumb Bell Drill.
Entire first year class under Mr. Haw-
3 Exhibiting Boxing Bouts
Direction of Jack Best.
4. Advanced Swedish Gymnastics.
Young Woman's class.
5. Apparatus Work Upon Nino
Entire first year class.
6. Advanced Wand Drill.
Second year class.
7. Preliminaries of Inter-classp Re
Freshmen vs. Sophomores.
Juniors vs. Seniors.
8. Advanced Apparatus Work.
Second ydar class.
9. Swedish Folk Dances.
Young women's' class.
10. Obstacle Race.
First and Second Year classes.
11. Contest Figures by Gymnastic
12. Finals of the Relay Race.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Swell spring sample shoes and Ox
fords, half price Sanderson's.
Tho best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe, 114 So. 11th St.
Why not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.7
Have you seen the Famous' new
store they have their Easter opening
this week bo sure and see the" beauti
ful display of Hats corner of O and
Don't forget when you want your
picture framed that tho Lincoln Book
Store does good work of this kind
and does it at reasonable prices. The
No. Is 1126 O St.
Tho best place to eat In town Is at
Don's. 114So. 11th Street
Green's barber shops excel all others
In the west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
Miss A. E. Soukup.
Special attention given
1136 O St. Auto 4603.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Vey's, 125 No. 12th St.
A number have inquired of; Mr.
Townsend if the price quoted to Corn
huBkers would be extended to Senior
girls desiring new sittings without
cap and gown.' The rate is good Hfo
July 1, '07.
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you can get a swell spring
sampler at one-half price. Sanderson's.
There is no time like Harris' time,
If your watch Isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
The Girls' Club will glvo a play, en
titled "The Burglar," next Saturday
afternoon In Memorial Hall at 3:30
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. '
SPECIAL LADIES' MAN TAILOREP
SUITS $11.35 to $40.00
JACKETS 7.35 to $21.35
SKIRT8 $4.00 to $18.65
Misses' Suits. .$10.00 to $18.00
Work, goods and fit guaranted.. Also
GENTS' TAILORING ,
R. C. HUBERT,
117 No. 12th 8treet
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
for Good, Prompt
4LLW1TI MATES AT RECTORS
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