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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
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TIIIO 1'NIVIOUHITY )K NI5IWSASKA.
Lincoln, NrbniHk i
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H. C. Robertson. '09
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICIOH Will In- -li!ii-gpl
fOI !lt tllil mil! Ol' 1 CCIltH Hr lllHi'l'tlOtl
fori'fry ili'li-on words or fnu'llon thiot.
Kiiciilty lmtlt'cH mill University bulletins
will gladly be pulillnlw il freo.
lOiiturcil ut tin- poalonii-i .il Llii'-oln.
Nebraska, us sticOrul-iiliiRs mull mutter
under the Vft of i'iiii(,'n-HH of .March :.
Doti'l spend jour Hrst two yours In
being convinced of tho Importnnce or
Convocation and the lust two in re
gretting Hmt tho mutter wuh not
made clour to yon from tho first. (Jet
I ho habit. You will he amply repaid
for your trouble
With Pen In Hand.
Waller II. Kokersull, the ruinous
University of Chicago quurterhnck
and now fjotbull editor of the Chica
go Tribune, Is mulling a brief tour of
worflorn colleges, getting a line on
the foot hull outlook. This week the
"editor" will isit Michigan. Wiscon
sin and .Minnesota, and his observa
tions while on the trip will be om
bodled in football art teles to be pub
lished In his pupor during the coming
FROM OTHER COLLEGES.
A8 TO CONVOCATION.
There is not the least question that
the importance of attending Convoca
tion U not properly appreciated by
many of the students in tills Univer
sity. It is not strange that such ih
the case on the par! of the new stu
dents, for wore the matter not im
pressed upon them there is nothing
left for them to d. but learn by o
perience. It Is to avoid this unneces
sur. loss, that mention is made of
tho subject at this lime. v
There Is perhaps no one practice
ol a wholly v.iluntaiy nature that will
result In an equal amount of bonelll
to the person concerned as tha' ol a
regular and systematic attendance
at convocation. The Importance ol
this fnnotl.ui is recognized by the I'ni
ve.rslty Senate and they have accord
ingly stipulated that nothing shall dis
place or take the place of a feature
at Convocation, nor cm the chapel he
used for any other purpose at the
time usually assigned for it. Tlfls at
titude on the part of tho Semite is
(ho resul: ol' a conviction that the
time spent h students at chapel ex
orcise could not Ik better employed.
It Is also the experience of students
Sixt candidates tv the football
team have reported at Kansas I'niver-i
Fall baseball practice lias been
started at Illinois, but tho candidates!
are slow in reporting.
Dan Kelly, the world's champion
100 yard sprinter, has entered Michi
gan University, where hi' Is taking
Indications point to tin enrollment
of ri.Ortu this year at Michigan Uni
versity. According' to the Michigan
Daily, the olllclal Ann Arbor student
Iowa State College at, Ames lias
inrollod more students this fall than
ever before in Its history. At present
tin enrollment Is I 1(1 in advance of
last u'lii'. L
Two weeks of secret pi act lee Is to -be
the fate of the Minnesota eleven
prior to its game with Ames. Coach
Williams Intends t: keep Ids material , 1
and prospects to himself until the two.
Many improvements Have been ' 1
made during the past summer on For-,
r Field, Michigan University's ath-i,
UtIo grounds. Now bleachers have1'
Ik en erected, the track, gridiron audi
diamonds improved, and by another 7
SWELL SNAPPY SHOES, $3.50 and $4.00
All the New Styles
' 4.' cJ'' '" T
&2S0 STREET. &
Tuesday, October 8.
I. (Mi a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Dr. W. K. .liwe.t on
"How to Use the Library."
'l:::o a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior Class meets.
Thursday, October 10.
I.", p. m. Armory.
IVrshlng Rltlo drill.
Thursday, October 17.
l." p. in. Armory.
Persuing Hlflo drill. Tryout for new
R ED S U L TS TELL!
We claim to be tho best CLEAN1CHS and DY10RS in Lincoln and are
here to prove it. Our methods aiM the VICHY LATEST and our work
mon tho best that money can secure.
We clean tho finest dresses and robes without, danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. We also clean genllomen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods culled for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. .We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C. WOOD Sc CO.
Phone Bell 147 1320 N 8TREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
l.o-,i Thota Sigma fraternity pin,
diamond selling. Finder please return
to Daily Xobraskan. Receive reward. '
We have a lot of second hnn.l draw- I
ing boards we will sell cheap. I'.IO
lCle ven (li SI.
, Miss A. lC. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention given to students.
li:'.i; O St. Auto 17:57. .
()lie Crillllh, ().", is a missionary at
Daman C. I'.. India.
Fred it. Humphrey sells real estate.
Kiii North Eleventh.
of several years standing, that a man jear the on tire completion of the Hold
Is fortunate Indeed, who, early In his Is assured.
col logo course appreciated these facts. Illinois freshmen have broken all
The exercises given at Convocation Miles and desecrated the sanctity of
during the four years of a student's the University campus by evading tile
course outrlbuto no small amount 1 night watchman and painting- their
to the sum total of a liberal oduca- class numerals on the camnus walks,
tlon. Every person, who speaks ai a j 'ibis prank is living 'absented by the
chapel exercise Is selected by tho fac-1 older Illinois 'students.
Try Church's 20 cent meals. Twelfth
and P streets.
We manufacture al) ol our
Candies & Ice Cream
W.i muko the finest ami most
delicious drinks in tho oity.
TKV OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
OLYMPIA CANDY CO., 1131 OSt.
Yonngblut, dentist, 202
Try Savoy Hotel and cafe.
Send in your now.
reins to the
Chapin Uros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
The Senior Law officers for this so
inesier are: AAvin C. H
dent: Luther M. Frerlch
den; Jesse H. Caley. treasurer; Rob
eri A. Spruits, secretary.
laugh, prosl-' 6
s." ico-presi-1 &
ulty committee Inning this matter in
charge, because of ability or peculiar
fitness to discuss tlu subject In ques
tion. These facts should-bo remem
beied. A student who misses an op
poitunlt to hear a masterly address
or a thorough discussion of xome Im
portant question Is willfully denying 1(Mldont Main, or Orlnnell collego
himself benefits that are within hIshaK lsKU(?(I n s:ltoim.nt giving the of
reach. lit? is not, on the other hand. m.,Hl rof;straiIon llgures for this year,
doing, the University any especial fa-nnd the enrollment passes all previous
vor by staying awayfwyaootaolshrdl 1 marks as (552 students aro attending
vor by appearing regularly at Chnpol, I Iowa college, which is -19 more than
except in-so-rur as such action may were enrolled nt tho same time last
contribute toward general scholarship, j J -'ar.
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