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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THIS PrtOPHKTY OF
THIS ITNIVI3U81TY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
nv Tine HTimioNT pun. noAttD.
Publication Office, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor-in-Chief M. A. Mills, 08
Mnnaolno Editor Clydo E. Elliott, '00
Business Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION DLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will ho chiirKC-d
for at tho ruto of 10 contH per ItiHcrtfon
for ovory flftwti wordH or fraction thereof.
Faculty notlcca and Unlvcralty bulletins
will Kindly ho puhllHhcd frco.
ISntcrcd at tho poatofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, uh hccoihI-cIuhh mall matter
under tho Act of CoiiRreHH of March 3,
Chancellor Andrews Is expected
homo from Europe the early part of
noxt week to resume bis work in th$TJech's "Jestrab kontra Hrdllcka," and
University. We, as students, have
every reason to bo proud of tho fact
that "Nebraska" has such a man at
the helm. More than this wo should
rejoice that ho has seen fit to remain
ho re as long as ho has and hope that
tho University mny long continue to
liavo his distinguished services. It is
only through tho untiring efforts of
such men, supported by able faculties
that a unlvorslty can maintain a
position of first rank In tho educa
tional world. Wo should not merely
accept tho good things of this world
without a thought of gratitude to
those who have made them possible
for us, but should make "an effort to
contribute somothing along with the
rest or at any ruto show some appre
The Nobraskan wishes to announce
and at the Biimo time to apologize on
behalf of tho business manager to
those subscribers who have not beon
We claim to bo tho best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
here to provo.lt. Our methods are the VERY LATEST and our work
mon the best that money can socuni. '
We clean tho finest dresses and robes without dangor of fading or
shrinking in any way. Wo also clean gontlomen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and dollvorod. AH goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI8T.
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Phono Bell 147 1320 N 8TREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
lecelving their paper regularly. Tho
complete list of subscribers will be
prepared and ready for uso early next
week, after which time wo hopo this
difficulty will bo avoided.
For Our Visitors.
In tho past no attempt has boon
made to afford visiting football teams
diessing room facilities between
halves, it seems to bo tho universal
custom for the visiting team to dress
at ihejr hotel. Well and good, hut
, they certainly need some facilities
As a loyal rooter I wish to protest
against the present order of things
which cdmpels visitors to grasp a
definite idea of Nebraska spirit while
herded' between halves in tho shops
or some obscure corner of tho field.
The rooting contlgent imbued with
tho Nebraska spirit of fair play is
Bilcnt when signals nre being called.
Let the management brnco up and
show some of the same spirit by
providing dressing room facilities for
our visitors. A STUDENT.
The new department of Slavonic
Language and literature offers tho
1. Hohemlan. Hohemlan Grammar
begun. Dally exercises In reading,
writing and speaking the nohemian
language. Reader begun. Occaslon
Thls course is intended for Fresh
men and Sophmores. Five hours.
2. Hohemlan Grammar completed
and reviewed. Reader completed.
Reading of easy nohemian tales,
poems and plays begun. Daily prac
tice In speoklng and writing. Hohe
mlan lectures on Hohemlan litera
ture. This course is intonded pri
marily for Freshmen and Sophmores.
Five hours. Second semester.
.1. hohemian. Primarily a literary
course. l'Jrnen s "ivytice Hasul,
Nemcovu's "Hablcka." Dally practice
in writing and speaking Bohemian.
Three hours Ilrst semester.
-I. Hohemlan. Primarily a literary
course. Neruda's "Vybor Basnl,"
.Tirasek's "Filosofska Historic" and
Celnkovsky's "Ohlnsy." Dally prac
tice In writing and speaking the lan
guage. Second semester.
Pointers for Punters.
The following advice has been given
the football candidates at Purdue:
When a student appeal's as a candi
date for a football team, he should
remember these things:
That the coach's word Is law and
That the player knows less about
his needs than his trainers.
That hard work, regularity and will
ing saqrifices are the three gridiron
That condition counts for more than
pounds of flesh.
That condition Is a prize that is
won by those who labor.
That victory Is worth more than all
a player gives up.
That there. Is only ono time to play
football, while there is much time for
Tho season is on. None of tho big
games have beon playod. At present
the teams from the big colleges and
universities are trampling on tho prac
tice material from tho secondary
schools and wondering what Is going
to happen later. And all this is In
the lino of training. ,
Remember, In the Nebraskan is tho
only place you can read tho complete
university bulletins. The custom of
posting them In the various buildings
on the campus has been stopped.
Drake and Ames meet nt- Des
Moines on Thanksgiving day.
WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?
member the Name
"Vm Smoke House
All general University bullotlns and
notices of faculty, committee and class
meetings will be published free In
tho Daily Nebraskan. All such notices
should bo handed in to the Registrar's
Office before five o'clock each day.
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 committee meetings must
be scheduled in advance at the
Sunday, September 29.
1:00 p. m U 100.
Mr. E. A. Marshall, Traveling Sec
retary for Student Volunteer
Movement will address all Uni
Monday, September 30.
0:00 a. m. Nebraska Hall 3.
Physiology 13 meets.
5:00 p. m U 304.
Contract law for Engineering stu
dents. 8:00 to 12:00 a. m. Armory.
1:00 to G:00 p. m. Armory
Measurements will be taken for
Tuesday, October 1.
11:30 a. m U. 106.
Dramatic Club meets. All members
urged to bo present.
In order to complete registration
all students must return their class
slips to the Registrar's Office. This
should ' be done not later than
Wednesday, October 2.
Tho Regents' Bookstore, Administra
tion Hall, basdment will be open from
7:30 a. m., to G:00 p. m., until Octo
Mrs. Davis, hair dressing parlors are
now located In tho Famous. Corner
Thirteenth and O streets.
Those leather banners are superb.
340 North Eleventh.
Try Bud'.s Cafe, 1435 O St.
quality and satisfying, and an action that will respond,
for tho same price that is asked elsewhere for an old tin
pany, sticky-key, poor action piano. Tt will pay you to
seo them. Runt pianos' tuned free of charge.
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The Only Exclusive Piano House in the State.
135 So. Eleventh Street. Phones, Bell 703, Automatic 4943.
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carry in stock a complete
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