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Nebraska, as second-class mail matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
Some University students tako a
strange attitude tqward tho world, and
certain brainy men; declare there is
a growing tendency on the part of all
people, especially of this country,
toward this Bplrit. To hear these in
dividuals converse, one would suppose
they considered tho great and ultimate
thing in life to be the attainment of
the position where they can buy a big
red touring car. With that they can
ride straight to heaven!
Unquestionably, speaking seriously,
there is a tendency on the part of
all University students, no matter in
TODAY, THE EYES
of the biggest, brainiest, most substantial men In business and the
professions look upon tho 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 the efficacy of proper glasses to any who need them.
HALLETT, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, 1143 0 ST.
what department they are working, to
look at the life outside tho iron fence
from a standpoint altogether too full
of materialism. Not only do engineers
and lawyers and doctors picture too
often as tho Ideal life that which in
cludes a luxurious office and a bumper
income, but too many teachers, pro-d
fessors and preachers nowadays!
gauge tho degree of success they are
achieving simply by the amount of
hard cqld coin they are attracting.
The great point to be watched is the
outlook for remuneration. It 1b not
exceedingly strange wo have not pro
duced very many great geniuses like
Mr. Angelo and Mr. Shakespeare.
Those gentlemen could look at their
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work without seeing over it all a tinge
of the golden. That sunset color is
all very good In pictures and poetry
and elBowhero so long ns it does not
give the tone of artificiality.
Of course, If the possession of a
fine brick house with nil the fixtures,
porcelain plungo, flunkies to regulate
tho taps and hold a bunch of feathers
stuck In the end of a' polo over your
head, perchance constituted happi
ness, this attitude would bo quite com
mendable, but somehow tho genuine
brand of satisfaction can not be rub
bed In from tho outside. And it is the
business of the university to prove
that fact, too. 4
The .interclass baseball games will
begin with the Freshman-Sophomore
game next Tuesday afternoon at 1
o'clock. The Junior-Senior game will
bo played on Wednesday afternoon. A
great deal of interest is being shown
In the outcome of these two games,
and tho championship game to be
played off by the respective winners
on the following Thursday or Satur
day promises to be an unusually fast
Among the old University people
visiting on the campus yesterday were
J. B. Bednar, C. E. Temple, Emma
Wllhelmsen, Louise Van Camp, H. M.
Garret, F. R. Beers from Beatrice; A.
Cralgo, .from Tobias; F. M. Hunter, of
Fremont; Alma Vanderveor, of Ash
land, and L. O. Crocker, of Pawnee
Work in the 'Field Geology class has
been completed for the semester.
There will be no other studies as
signed. Several of the advanced stu
denta from this department are as
sisting In the University.
At the Picnic.
Eyes Examined Free.
The "Cream" 8lde.
In the Y. W. C. A. campaign to raise
funds for furnishing the new rooms In
the Templp, the following have been
chosen to represent the "Cream" side:
Mrs. F. M. Hall, Miss Louise Pound,
Edith Wilson, Fannie Gravis,. Caroline
Osborne, Claire Hermanson, Helen
Day, Maude Cauger, Eleanor Barbour,
Florence Parmalee, Otis Hossler,
Cheuvront, Jennlo Whltmoro, Mary
Graham, Edna Scott, Eva Arnold, Mos
sle Klmmel, Myra Connor, Elizabeth
Kiewitt, Nellie Luddon, Ruth Holmes,
Lucllo Long, Lilian Chambers, Ruth
Easterday, Blanch Given.
Captain of tho "Cream" side.
Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Buy a pin, fob or spoon now at The
University Book Store.
The best place to eat in town 18 at
Don's, 114 So. 11th Street.
Whr not tako your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sta.T
Have you seen those swell $4,00
Oxfords at Sanderson's; they are
Green's Barter Shops: The Rich
ards, The 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
tlons use one of our pannants. The
University Book Store.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to Mc
Vey's, 125 No. 12th St.
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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' tlmt.
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
tor see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
Why not get your spring Oxfords
now while you can get a swell spring
sampler at one-half price. Sander
son's. For Sale Tow sets English-American
Encyclopedlae of Law; first and
second editions; slightly used; bar
gain. Call and examinato at 326 No.
International Correspondence Schools,
Room at, laoa Q St., Lincoln, Neb.
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