The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 02, 1907, Image 4

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WTho Only Up to-Dato Hall In
s tho City.
The Monarch
BILLIARDS
AND POOL
AUGUST DLADO,
Proprietor.
1134 N STREET
Lincoln, Neb.
I The Evans
8 Do Your Washing
Pctry Bakery U.
Bakiir Orders Filled
Promptly.
rtic Rice Bread Our Specialty.
Fkon ua irad Your Ordor Will
BelTe Prompt Attention.
"HOW THE COLD WORLD FEEL8."
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tho least nor' give one a license to
"rest on his oars." A mnn must know
his business from the foundation up
lie must make himself tho best in
his line. Ho must "delivor the goodB"
In largo quantities, for men ask tho
nutation not "How many degrees has
he?" but, "Can ho deliver the goods?"
If ho can and does, he can always be
sure that he will be needed.
Then, too, one nuiBt not neglect his
personal IdealB, the further education
of hlB powers of mind and soul, the
bloadonlng .or nls horizon. A man
lives and acts not from outer, but from
Inner inotlveB, and successful living do
pendB upon the stature of the inner
man.
Then because tho "cold world" Ib
retroactive, just as tho college world Is
retroactive, It will adjust Itself to a
man Just as a man adjusts himself to
It, and tho college alumnus can an
Bwor tho question, "How does tho cold
world feel?" In tho words of his an
swer to tho question, "How am I moot
ing tho problems of the world?"
FRED M. HUNTER.
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ProfesBor Miller returned yesterday
morning from hlB trip to tho North
Platte sub-station where he has been
superintending the planting of ton
acres of trees. This work 1b boing
done for experimental purposes. Meth
ods of spacing and of culture and tests
of Bpecles for the western part of Ne
braska will be tried, and will bo con
tinued from year to year, until some
twonty-flvo acres are planted.
On tho return trip Professor Miller
stopped a- few hours at the head
quarters of the DlBmal Pine forest re
servo, where several of tho forestry
boys are now making Investigations.
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AND NEVER PALL BELOW THE' 'OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Best for Athletea.
BEND FOR THEBE BOOKS NOW TEN 0BNT8 PaTO COPT
No. 238. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Qullsk, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Sohools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. By M. 0. Murphy, the well
known Athlotlc Trainer, new with Univ. of Penn.
No. 240. Group XII Athlotlc Training for Schoolboys. By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn, and a famous athlete himself.
A copy of our comploto catalogue of athletto goods will be mailed Uen
request.
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Professor Arthur of Purdue Univer
sity will lecture tills morning at 10
o'clock In N. 110 to the class in Plant
Pathology. ProfeBsor Arthur was a
Btudent of Dr. BesBoy thirty-seven
years ago in his first botany class and
is today recognized as a world authori
ty on that subject.
FRATS-
When in need of COAL call and see the
Announcement.
I, F. W. Bollamoy, expecting to bo
In school the coming year, announce
myself as candidate for student mem
ber of tho Ahletlc Board for 1907-08.
Postponed.
Tho lecture by Professor Barbour
which was announced for the regular
meeting of tho Forest Club this even
ing 1ms been postponed one week.
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WHITEBREAST CO.
We will treat you right.
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
The IVY PRESS
PRINTING
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DOTH PHONES
Ethel Pressly, 'OG, who taught In tho
hlgflh school at Randolph, Iowa, lust
your, has- been retained in tho same
position for another year at an In
crease in salary of $15 per month.
Announcement has been made of tho
coming marrlago of Frod Wallace
Card, formerly a professor of Horti-
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culture In tho University, and Miss
Maud Irene Clements of Cazonavla,
Now York. MIbs Ciemonts is a cousin
of Dr. Clements of the department of
Botany.
Where Can. I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of course
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Chi Omega gavo a banquet last Tues
day night at the Lincoln hotel in honor
of their president, Mrs. Ida Pace Purdue.
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