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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1907)
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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MnnnRlnff Editor .,A. E. Long.
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Glen oral Mows . .Paul O. Burt, 'Or
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Convocation Laura Rhoados, 08
ABHlstnnt Athletics. Mlllor S. Benedict, 09
Awt Don; News..... Sidney a Kywis, '09
Departmiral....Earl R. Hunt, '08
II. L. WIlBon, '09 .
Ouy Montgomery. '09
A. O. Schrolbor, '67 .
Alexander J. Dunlop, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
BunlncM Manager.... Byron E. Yodpr, 08
ABBlBtnnt Manager Gay Hardy, 08
Circulator .II. C. Robortaon, '09
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Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, a second-claw mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
LET U8 HAVE IT.
. Altho It id difficult to stnrt a move
ment toward thoro organization of al
umni, it 1b something that needs at
tentl6n and continued attention until
the difficulties in tho way bo overcome.
This 1s urgent for tho reason that, al
tho we may have become again some
what less concerned over the loss of
prominent men from the University
and Bdmewhat Indifferent once moro
to the appearance of campus buildings,
the fact remalds that Nebraska's posi
tion as the leader in this section of
the West is, by no moans, moro se
cure than a couple of weokB ago. In-
TODAY, THE EYES
of the biggest, brainiest, most substantial men In business and the
professions look upon the world through glasses.
It simply shows rapid advance in the science of optics and the
good sense of the American people. We shall be pleased to demon
strate theefficacy of proper glasses to any who need them.
HALLETT, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, 1143 0 ST.
deed, it is persistently rumored, and
rumored with an audibility -bespeaking
confidence, that another very promin
ent man from Nebraska's faculty will
soon be lost, one whom the University
can ill afford to let go, yet whom It
can with difficulty retnln If unable to
offer him advantages equal to those of
Other schools, like Minnesota for
instance, are making-worthy strides in
obtaining new and brilliant men for
the faculty and in extending and build
ing up tho campus. At tho northern
school just mentioned a new building
is just being finished which 1b reputed
to have cost over four hundred thous
and dollars, and there on tho campus
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aro to bo found Bovoral buildings of
stone and elaborate architecture built
to endue for a long period one longer
than between the blonnium between
two legislative sessions. There ,too,
a largo amount has been sot aside for
tho campus. There 1b a substantial
At Minnesota, however, tho alumni
are well organized, and when they bo
como possessed of a determination-respecting
the old alma mater, thelegis
latlvo body of the state somehow be
comes converted to the idea also. , Or
ganization of alumni can mean a great
deal, especially when kept togethor
by a weekly publication as they have
at the school In question. Organization
of alumni will prove a big power here
and It will possess more influence at
this tlmo than It ever could havo pos
sessed at any time.
Eighty Harvard students have been
engagod by tho consulting engineer of
Eyes Examined Free.
the now Cambridge Bubway to make
an, actual count and tabulation of the
number of passengers, and number of
stops of each street car in a certain
Fred Lanagor, of Stanford Univer
sity, vaulted 12 feet 4 inches in an
exhibition trial, after breaking tho Pa
cific Intercollegiate record by making
11 feet 11 9-10 inches In the Stanford
California meet last week. .
T. J. Pepperburg Is expected here
Friday. As a member of the U. S.
Survey at Washington, Mr. Pepper
burg is sent to make investigations in
tho coal fields of Idaho.
Internallofial Correspondence Schools,
Koom a I, 1205 O St., Lincoln, Neh,.
PIoohO ox plain, without further obligation on
my part, now I can qualify for ft larger salary
and gain advancement to tho position bofore
which I have marked X.
Mocbanlcal Draf toman Olvil Engineer
Ornamental Designer" Building Contractor
Architectural Draf to.
Toxtilo Mill Supt.
St. and No. ...
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Found A Senior pin.
Call at Ne-
Buy a pin, fob 'or spoon now at The
University Book Store.
The best place to eat in town Is at
Don's. 114 So. 11th Street.
Why not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.T
seen those swell $4,00
Sanderson's;, they are
Green's Barter Shops: Tho Rich
ards, Tho Mogul. All modern. Best
Why did the Glee Club decorate
with our pennants from the Univer
sity Book Store?
Have you made your spring decora
tions use one of our pannants. The
University Book Store.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mo
Vey's, 125 No. 12th St
Students wanting profitable employ
ment during summer vacation call at
245 Windsor this week.
Miss A. E. Soukup, Dressmaker.
Special attention given to students.
1136 O St AUto 4603.
There is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1187
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you dan get a swell spring
sampler at one-half price. Sander
son's. Students make big money selling the
Scarborough late maps of Nebraska.
Exclusive territory and free instruc
tions given. Call for particulars on
J. R. Carrothers, 1815 South St
Gregory's Washed Coal $6.50
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If you want to be graceful
and light footed go to
and let them fit you to a pair
of their new Party Slippers.
They are beauties. - '
BASE BALL GOODS
Sole Agents for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic Goods. We alsd carry the
Spalding line. Special prices to club
on bats, balls, mitts, and uniforms.
LAWLOR CYCUE CO.
1324 O 8t.
Only bicycle and sporting goods bouse
on O street.
COLUMBIA NATIONAL IANK
0F LINCOLN, NEIRAtKA
CAPITAL - $100,000.00
P. M. .
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