The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 02, 1907, Image 2

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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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Til 13 PROPERTY OF
TIIIO UNIVIORHITY OK NHHRASKA.
Lincoln, Nebranka.
PUBLISHEO EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Y 'I'll 10 HTI'mONT IMJH. HOARD.
Publication 6lflc, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor-in-Chief M. A. Mills, '08
Manaolno Editor plyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDG.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICIOS will bo charged
foi at tins rate of 10 cunts per Insertion
for eyery fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will Kindly be published free.
Entered at the postofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
undor the Act of Congress of March 3,
1 879.
The Nebrasknn needs additional
members for Its staff in fact, there
l.s .always room for one mora Rood
mifh or woman who has talent In this
work. Do not hesitate because you
are Inexperienced, for experience can
be acquired. All that, Is necessary,
however, is a desire to work. The
time to begin Is now, not tomorrow
or next day. The only way to make
the Nebruskun the best college .luily
in the country Is for every student
who Js interested In journalism to
manifest that Interest by doing dome
work on the paper. Remember that
this Isii student publication and that
you have as good a chance as an
other to secure a place provided that
yon can "deliver the goods." There
Is no red tape connected with these
positions.
The Nebraskan should voice the
sentiments and opinions of the stu
dent body of this University Insofar
as they can be determined, so do not
fear that there will not be room for a
good contribution from you.
One point further. College credit
Is given for work done satisfactorily.
This, however, Is not the most impor-
RU8H RULES.
How Annual Michigan Affair Ie Gov
erned. !
The following rules will govern the
the University of Michigan, Friday. i
1. A committee Is to he appointed by i
the Student Council to regulate minor ,
details of the nmh with co-operation I
of the classes concerned.
2. The rush shall be hehj on Medic
Green at 8 o'clock, on the second Frl- I
day of the first semester, with a lime
limit of thirty minutes.
3. The scophomore class shall de- i
fend Its class banner, which shall bo
placed on a pole such as used In 190G j
niBh. I
4. There shall be one full day free I
from all intcrclass hostilities, to en- )
able the freshman class to perfect its I
organization.
5. The freshman class shall do no !
posting until the sophomora class has i
issued Its challenge.
The sophomores rush the freshmen
lather prematurely this year and the
upper classmen have stepped in and
ordered all hazing to cease until the l
class rush. '
A CHINESE STUDENT.
Chenting Wang of Tientsin Enters
Michigan. '
Driven from Chinese university, '
located at Tientsin, In 1900 by the
Hoxer uprisings, Chenting Thomas
Wang, of Nlngpo, China, has by the
success of his own efforts, entered his ,
llrst year in the literary department
of the University at the age of twenty-
live. The turbulent Boxers obliged
Mr. Wang to leave the Chinese insti- ,
tut Ion In his second year and since .
that time he has been earning funds , All general University bulletins and
for an American education by teach- notices of faculty, committee and class
ing and acting as secretary for the Y. ' meetings will be published free In
me uany iNeurasK.au. ju such nonces
Decorate Your Room With
Artistic Pennants
And-
Uni Pillows
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We have always sold more of
these goods than any other
house in the city This year
we've Newer Designs, Larger
Lines, Better values than ever
THE CO-OP
UNIVERSITY BULLETINS.
M. C. A. in Tokyo, Japan,
1.1,000 students are In school.
where
From Other Colleges.
A chapter of Phi Heta Kappa was
voted for the University of Illinois
should be handed in to the Registrar's
Office before live o'clock each day.
k Thursday, October 3. 1907
11:00 a. m. Convocation.
Music.
RESULTS TELL!
We claim to be the best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
hero to prove it. Our methods arc the VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can secure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. We also clean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and delivered. Ali goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD 8c CO.
Phono Bell 147 1320 N 8TREEX LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
Try Bud's Cnfe, 1435 O St.
C. II. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Dr. .1. II. Graham, Dentist. 13117 I) St.
We Save You Money on
Your Laundry Work
Shirts...,. 5c to 10c
Collars.... 2 l-2c
Cuffs (pair) 5c
Merchants Laundry
Cor. Ilth & M Sis.
Subscribe for the Dally Nebraskan.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Boaid, $3.00 per week, 127. No. 14th.
Pure candles, A. Rood, 139 No. 14th.
DANCE PRO G R AM S--:B AN QU ET M EN US
CAUJNGCARDS
SIMMjHTHERBTOB
317 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
I Green's shops are the best In the
! West.
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch i
' counter.
Try Church's 20 cent meals, Twelfth
and P streets.
taut feature, but the opportunity for at the same time that a chapter was
developing yourself along journalistic recommended for Iowa College. The
lines should be tlie greatest Induce- act was taken at the recent conven-
ment. If you are Interested call at the lion held at Williams and Mary's Col-J Cheapest place for students, 127 No.
Nebraslmn office today between the lege that President MncLean attend- ' Fourteenth street.
hours of 1 and 5 p. in.
ed.
: The University of Michigan Is look
Journalism received a set hack by lug forward to the struggle against
the Board of Regents of the Unlver-I the University of Pennsylvania in foot
slty of Minnesota this year when ree- ' ball as the big game of the year. East
omniendatlons of the faculty to add and west will again clash whim the
a journalistic' course to the curricu- J Carlisle In.lians meet both Min'neso
lum were turnel down.- A leading , ta and Chicago.
journalist of Minneapolis was to be ' The motor service at Ames between
hired to lecture once a week for a sal-1 the college and the down town districts
ary of $500. The Minnesota Dally , i.- causing the students much trouble
takes exception to the action and edl-1 and Inconvenience owing to Irregular
torlally says that If Wisconsin and schedule especially at the noon hour.
Chicago can support such a depart-.it Is said the trouble is due to the in
mnni Miimoantn utimiiii difference of the Newton and North-
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Just a quiet evening meal at D.ilrym-plc's.
THE FIRST
TRUST t SAVINGS BANK
Owned by tho Stockholders"!
of Tho FIrot National BankJ
INTEREST PAID AT 8H PER CENT
Flrat National Bank Rooms, Tenth nr.d 0
J. M. Rice, hair and scalp specialist,
1216 O St., upstairs. Auto phono 3888.
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B. F. Butler, Law 1907, Is working
In a railroad office in Wyoming.
western railroad.
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C. K. Smith, 1907, and Chester Bel
den, 1907, are working In Panama.
This ad and $4.00 in cash will buy
a $5,00 meal ticket, at the Windsor
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