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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE COLLEGE IDEA
THE PHOPEHTY OF
THE tJNIVERBITY OK NEBRASKA.
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
IJY THE STUDENT PUIJ. HOARD.
Publication Office, 126 No. 14th St.
EdItor-ln-Chlef M. A. Mills, '08
Mannolno Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo clmrKcd
for at tho rate of 10 ccntH per Insertion
for every fifteen wonlH or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will Kindly be published free.
Entered at the postofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, iis second-class mall matter
under the Act j)f Congress of March 3,
Tho Registrar's ofllce has definitely
clodded to dlscontlnuo tho practice of
posting notices upon the various bulle
tin boards on the campus. Hereafter
all such Information can bo found in
a column of tho Dally Nobraskan under
tho caption of University Bulletins.
This cluingo In tho timo honored cus
tom of posting notices is due to tho
fact that the work has recently be
come such it burden on the ofllce that
It was found necessary to seek some
other means of reaching tho atudents.
It Was perfectly natural that in thiB
search, the plan of using the Nebras
kan's columns was settled upon since
such was the function and business of
tho paper. To those who appreciate
tho amount of time expended in post
ing notices for tho numerous an
nouncoments upon the six or eight
bulletin boards to bo found upon tho
campus, this change of policy is very
Evoryono should remember that all
notices coming from the Registrar's
Ofllco can bo found in this paper and
no place else. So why not subscribe
. Carried Out In Our
Young Men's Clothes
There are about 2,000 college fellows in and around
Lincoln who want clothes that are out of the ordin
ary something different from the other fellow's.
Some go to a tailor sometimes getting what they
expected, sometimes not but more and more they
are finding out that our College Clothes, ready to
put on, have more style and exclusiveness than the
tailor's costly garments have:
CJ We have the styles and patterns here put them
on and keep it up till you find what you want. We
will guarantee you'll be better pleased and have
money left. Just take a look at the style and fit in
our suits at
$15, $20 and $25
Ma gee & Deemer
1109 O Street
most an obligation on tho man in the
engineering school who wants to keep
in touch with the men who are des
tined to bo his fellows through life.
The acquaintances he makes there will
stay by him, In the chilly future when
friends are rarer and come harder. It
1b foolish, and It is a shame, for a man
to reach his Junior or Senior year
without knowing most of his follow
students, upper classmen and begin
ners. It is also worth reflecting on, that
this voluntary student organization
brings to tho University each year sev
eral noted engineers who lecture to
whosoever will come and hear; the
The STUDENT WITH A BIG HEAD
I can fit as well as the student with a small head
Bring your head to me whatever its shape and
I will fit it for $2.50. WHY PAY MORE?
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
All general University bulletins and
notices of faculty, committee and class
meetings will be published free in
the Daily Nobraskan. All such notices
should be handed in to the Registrar's
Ofllce before five o'clock each day.
There will b'e a Convocation of nlj
students in Memorial Hull each Tues
day and Thursday at eleven o'clock
and Friday at five o'clock.
Friday, September 27.
5:00 p. m. Memorial Hall.
George Edwards, the South Ameri
can explorer and missionary, at
1:00 p. m. U 111.
First lecture in Novel and Drama
Course. German 13.
Saturday, September 28.
8:00 p. m Memorial Hall.
Y. M. C. A. Stag reception. Paddle
Social. For all University men.
All rooms for the accomodation of
class and cbmmltteo meetings must
be scheduled In advance at the
C. G. Rhubesky, C. E., '08, will be as
sistant this year in the Applied Me
chanics department, in the cement
testing laboratory. C. E. Mickey, M.
E., '08, is assistant in the testing
laboratory for Applied Mechanics.
for the Nebraskan and know all the
KEEP OFF FIELD.
While It certainly 1b commondable
for as many students to attend football
practice as can find the time It is not
necessary that they crowd out into tho
field to tho detriment of practice. This
is only a little thing but we should en
deavor to restrain our enthusiasm to
the extent at least of keeping off tho
field. There is lots of room In tho
grand stand and on tho bleachers.
Let's use it in the future.
Engineering Society bearing the ex
pense. This expense is small on the
lndlvidaul member, and yet no man
ought to go through school without
contributing his small share to such
good work as this.
The announcement that the Engi
neering Society will moot October 9th
ought to be a command on every en
gineering student to keep tho date
open and to attend. Tho Engineering
Society Is a voluntary organization of
students, but membership in- It is al-
Tho Debating Board will meet In
tho near future to fix the time for tho
squad preliminaries. The squad when
chosen will consist of fifteen men and
will at once begin work for tho coming
debates. Thoro aro several candidates
for places on tho squad, among whom
aro R. A. Van Orsdel, 13. C. Cherrrlng
ton and S. P. Dobbs.
Earn some University credit by re
porting for the Dally Nebraskan.
A. E.' Wolf, 1907, Is teaching in the
state of Washington.
The Engineering Society will hold
its first meeting for the year on
Wednesday, October 9th. The meeting
will probably bo held in the new Tem
ple, but the place will be announced
Mrs. Davis, hair dressing parlors are
now located In the Famous. Corner
Thirteenth and O streets.
Your outfit is
One of our
Come in and
We will show you.
1123 O Street
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY HANS' TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right.
Call at our new store.
1230 O St.
Miss A. E. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention given to students.
113G O St. Auto 1737.
CTIinCWTQ We will rent you New High
O I UUCIl I O Grade Piano with a tone that is
quality and satisfying, and an action that will respond
for the same price that is asked elsewhere for an old tin
pany, sticky-key, poor action piano. It will pay you to
see them. Rent pianos tuned free of charge.
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
The Only Exclusive Piano House in the State.
135 So. Eleventh Street, Phones, Bell 703, Automatic 4943.
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