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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1907)
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Athlotlcfl IIubU W. Cmiff, 07
aonorul News Paul O. Burt, 00
HovIowh. Gertrude Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura Rhoadoo, '08
AflHlstnnt AthlotlcB. Miller S. Benedict, 09
ABHt. acn. .Nowb Sldnoy Q. Evane, '00
Dcpartmer'nl.... Earl R. Hunt. '08
H. L. WIlHon, '09
Guy Montgomery. '00
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ABBlHtnnt Managor Gay, Hardy, 08
Circulator i H. C. Robortoon, '09
other oxpenses are provi'ded ' for with
other funds, There 1b money forthcom
ing from the Btate legislative body and
The hcBt building Nebraska can
boast is the Temple, and It is easily
possible to concelvo of a better build
ing than It will bo. It would be hard
to Imagine Nebraska University in pos
session of a three hundred and flfty
thousand dollar building, but every
body who is not prejudiced knows that
such would be none too good. Such
buildings have a cultural value in and
of themselves, but there Is no room
for argument. ATho University to keep
up with the rest of the schools In the
WeBt miiBt have money, and plenty
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Entered at' tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-olaBS mall mattor
under tho Act of -Congress of March 3,
A gllmpBO at tho appointment and
tho facilities of somo of tho other col
leges of tho West brings to tho Uni
versity student tho thoro realization
that Nebraska lackB most Just ono
thing,- money Not that this can not
be realized without going abroad, but
a llttlo sight-seeing makes tho impres
At Amos are two buildings which
would prove real ornaments to any
campus. Ono cost $220,000 and tho
other over $350,000, but this 1b not
all. Hoth structures are, outside and
inside, great from tho architectural
side. Both aro built of stono and the
"Frat" Baseball, 8tandlngs.
Played. Won, Lost. P. O.
Alpha Theta Chi.. 2 2 0 1000
Slmgn Chi 4 3 1 .750
Sigma Alpha .... 4 2 2- .500
Alpha Tau Epsllon 3 1 2 .333
Delta Tau D.olta.. 3 0 3 0000
Played. Won. Lost. P. O.
Kappa Sigma .... 3 3 0 1000
Phi Delta Thota. . 2 1 1 .500
Beta Thota Pi.... 2 1 1 .500
Delta UpBilon .... 2 1 1 .500
Phi Kappa Psl.... 3 -1 2 .333
Phi Gamma Delta. 2 0 2 0000
Thpro was a vory small crowd at
Dr. Kent's evening lecture In which he
discussed the general subject of edu
cation. Dr. Kent Is ono of tho chief
authorities in tho country along a
certain-line nnd has, supposedly, somo
Ideas worth hearing on education.
Thero is something the matter with
the sentiment here If wo aro not ready
to grasp every opportunity to get more
light on Btich a subject. Wo are not
beyond learning something, even tho
we are vory wise.
The baseball team representing the
Alpha Theta Chi and Delta Tau Delta
fraternities will meet on the diamond
at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
The Cornhusker baseball team plays
tho University of Iowa nine at Iowa
- llenry Eakln, '09, and Albert Beakly,
'08, who left school last year, are visit
ing old University acquaintances.
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The Freshman preliminaries woro
pulled off last Saturday afternoon;
tho meot was qulto successful, tho first
year men showing up very well. Those
who will go to Mornlngslde will bo
selected somo time this week. The
Freshmen should be able to show the
Mornlngsido athletes an Interesting
time and bring credit to themselves
and the University.
This movo in tho direction of creat
ing an interest in Freshman athletics
should prove mbst beneficial to tho
athletic. Interests of tho University,
and Is most highly to be commended.
At tho last regular meeting of tho
Forest Club, to bo held-Thursday at 8
p.' m. in N. 105, Dr. E. II. Harbour
will give an Illustrated lecture on "Fos
sil Evidences of Former Forests in
Nebraska and Elsewhere." TIiIb is the
leoturo that was postponed last week.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Bile
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Tho baseball team of the Law School
plays Wesloyan this afternoon.
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Found A Senior
pin. Call at Ne-
Buy a pin, fob or spoon now at The
University Book Store.
Tho best place to eat in town is at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Whv not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Don't Drop Your Eye Glasses
and don't worry for foar they will drop. The Automatic Eye-Glass
Holder consists of a spring-controlled chain winding Into a caso which
is fastened to your coat or waist. The chain Is easily drawn out to
full length and by a slight "twitch" Is returned to Its place. 50c to
HALLETT, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, 1134 0 ST.
Green's Barber Shops: The Rich
ards, The Mogul. All modern. Best
Why did tho Glee Club decorate
with our pennants from tho Univer
sity Book Store?
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For refreshments and light catering
work see "TOMMY" at Miller &
Have you made your spring decora
tions use onb -of our pannants. Tho
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. largor has an Interior that is worth
going a considerable distance to see.
It is finished in imitation onyx, has
spacious halls, planned with a view to
tho effect simply, a great rotunda sur
rounded by tall columns and massive
balustrades, all of polished mottled
9tono, stairways built of Iron and stone
and supported by ornamental Iron
. beams, so ns to hang suspended as it
wore, long galleries, largo windows
and so on, It has an Interior that la
pleasant to walk thru.
How do these buildings come to bo'
erected at Ames? In this way. There
Is a levy made by tho Iowa legislature
which provides tho college with $250,
0Q0 yearly for building purposes alone,
Dr. Arthur Here.
Dr. Arthur, of -Purdue, who was to
have visited the University last week,
arrived after a jjolny in Colorado for
a short stay yesterday. Ho was one
of tho pupils In Dr. Besey's first class
at Ames In 1870, and is now recognized
as one of the foremost authorities of
tho world on tho subject of fungus
growths on plants.
Dr. Arthur was tho guest of Dean
Bessoy while horo and was ontortnln
ed at tho Lincoln hotel yesterday noon
at an Informal dinner where Profesors
Pound, elements, Heald and, Messrs,
Cuttor and Pool wore also present.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Voy's, 125 No. 12th St.
Students wanting profitable employ
ment during summer vacation call at
245 Windsor this week.
Miss A, E. Soukup.
Special attention given
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Tho track meet between Iowa and
Minnesota Saturday resulted In a vic
tory for tho Gophers.
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