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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1907)
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 N. 14th St.
Elltor-ln-chlof J. Carroll Knodo,
"AsBoclnto Editor Clyde E. Elliott,
MumiKlriK Editor A. E. Long,
Athletics Hugh W. Craig,
General News Paul Q. Burt,
Reviews Gortrudo Mooro,
Convocation Laura RhoadoB,
AflHlstant'AthlotlcB. Miller S. Benedict,
ABflt. Gen. News Sidney G. Evanu,
Departmnr'al Earl R. Hunt, '08
II. L. Wilson, '09
' Guy Montgomery, '09
A. G. Schrolbor, '07
Alexander J. Dunlnp,
C. C. Hickman, '07
BiiBlncns Mnnngcr. ... Byron E. Yodor,
ABBlstant Managor Gay Hardy,
Circulator II. C. RobortBOn,
DAY Auto 1528. NIQHT 2365 and 4472
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will gladly bo published free.
'' Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nobraska, as second-class mail matter
under thu Act of Congress of March 3,
RAISE THE DUSTI
With tho realization that there 1b
danger of retrogression at Nebraska
comes tho question of the remedy.
The thing most needed Is, of course,
monoy. Now It has been argued by
somo that professors and students do
better work where overy convenience,
every ready-made bit of appointment,
or ovory desired kind of Bupply Is not
forthcoming nt the turn of a finger.
Luxurious surroundings and unlimited
resources might, It can bo understood,
influence toward easy living. Should
professorships becomo objects of
strife and wire-pulling because entail-
and when onco united in working tow
ard a common end can wield a won
derful Influence. They can bo drawn
together In two ways.
First, nil alumni should bo organ
ized by cities or by counties at least.
In Nebraska there are no great num
ber of largo cities, but each one of
six or eight thousand and over and
ovory county In the state should have
Its club of graduates from the Univer
sity who meet regularly, at least quar
terly, to discuss plans for boosting the
old alma mater. In this way some
thing deflnlto could bo worked for and
something worth whllo attained.
Hut these various clubs of alumni
would have to bo kept in touch with
the University In order to be kept In
terested. The only means for that is
an alumni paper issued regularly and
Issued often. The move toward in
troducing an alumni column into the
University Journal Is very, good, but
why not have things stirred sufficient
ly so that a full sfep and not only a
partlul and faltering ono be taken?
There ought to be thoro alumni or
ganization nt once and there ought to
be an alumni weekly to further it. It
la not impossible, if there are enough
willing to work. Whly not "go after"
things with a spirit that will -raise
"Frat" Baseball Standings.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C."
Alpha Theta Chi.. 3 3 0 1000
Sigma Chi 4 3 1 .750
Sigma Alpha 1 2 2 .500
Alpha Tau Omega. 113 .250
Delta Tau Delta.. 3 0 3 0000
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Kappa Sigma .... 3 3 0 1000
Phi Delta Theta.. 3 2 1 .667
Beta Theta Psl... 3 1 2 .333
Delta Upsllon 3 1 2 .333
Phi Kappa Psl... 4 2 2 .500
Phi Gamma Delta. 2 0 2 0000
Tho College of Liberal Arts won
the interschool track meet at Iowa
University last Saturday.
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A slight defect may make but little change in the appear-
pfi ance of things, but the unpleasant effect may be great.
uncorrected is a continual drain on your nerve energy. You
should have your eye defects attended to at once.
HALLETT, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, 1134 0 ST.
Established 1871. Eyes Examined Free.
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ing an easy life, universities would
naturally go backward In a short time,
but there Booms at present no need
of worrying over such a possibility.
Even at those universities best ap
pointed and paying the greatest sal
aries there is much to bo desired that
can not aa yet be obtained. . There is
no question that as conditions now
'stand, It Is t,ho wealthiest 'universities
that are rapidly going to tho front.
Therefore, what Nebraska needs is
How is tho money to be obtained?
At least ono scheme that has proved
very effective at. other universities is
the organized effort of all alumni.
Alumni are people in high positions
A number of cotton wood specimens
havo been SQnt from Colorado to tho
Botany department to determine what,
if any, similarity exists to tho cotton
wood of .Nebraska.
Dr. Be8sey recently received a bun
dle of roots of a new vegetable called
udo, from South America. It 1b
thought it may bo of considerable use.
The Chemical Club will meet in the
Chemical lecture room Saturday even
ing, May 11. Dr. Hopkins of Wesleyan
University will talk on "The Electron
T,heory of Matter."
Lost A pair of eye-glasses, between
University and .First M. E. church.
Return to 423 No. 13th. Reward. -
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fwiruSsiSCRIPllfON NOW i
This is the time of year when our stock of dainty White
Cotton and Linen goods for Summer Commencement
time will be particularly interesting. We mention a few
attractive lines below,
IMPORTED EMBROIDERED SWISSES-
80 to 82 inches wido
50, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90cts, $1, $1.25, $1.50
27 to HO inches wido 15C to 75c.
FRENCH LAWNS AND PERSIAN LAWNS
18c to $1.25 per yard.
SHEER LINEN LAWNS
80 inches wido 50c to $3.
LINEN CAMBRICS LINEN SUITINGS
HO to 45 in. wido 40c to $1.50 30 fl) 00 in. wido 1.25 to 2.25
EMBROIDERED LINEN ROBES
$10.00 Mndo of fine Cambric, Hand Embroidorod $10.00
MILLER & PAINE
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Improved In MakeFaultless
Don't consider you are getting the best clothes values to '
be had untilyou have worn, at least ONE KENSING
TON SUIT, Then, and not 'till then, will you know
what difference there is in the fit, comfort and endurance
of clothes. Some look well for a time and some wear
well, but seldom do clothes wear and keep the lasting new '
appearance equal to Kensingtons, Why ? Because
built on honor by an entirely different system and from
me very best ot iabncs, :: ::
TRY ONE FOR SPRING
HANDSOME GRAYS $J5 to $40
Ma gee & Deemer
Kensington Clothes Fit
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'08 CLASS PICNIC
A CHANCE FOR EVERY JUNIOR TO GET
ACQUAINTED :: THIRTY CENTS
SATURDAY AFTERHOOH, MAY 18
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