The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 16, 1907, Image 2

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THE DAILY INBBRASklAN
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TUB PROPERTY OP
TIII3 UNlVBRBlTir OP NEBRASKA,
Lincoln, Nebraska.
. PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MOMOAT
BY TUB STUDENT PUD. BOARD.
PubllCtllsi llfln, 126 No. 1410 St.
Kdltorln-Chlf M. A. Mills, '08
Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Suilneti Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postoffice, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 6 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho mto of 10 cents por InBortlon
for ovcry llf toon worda or fraction thereof.
Paculty notlcua and University bulletins
will gladly bo published frco.
Entered at tho postomco at Lincoln,
Nobranka, as Bocond-clans mall matter
under tho Act of Conprcss of March 3.
1870.
THE CORNHU8KER.
Tho Hontlment of tho Law School as
Hhown ut the mass mooting yesterday
is clearly In fnvor qf entering the Corn-
huskcr this year. Both the Laws and
tho Cornhuskor representatives are to
ho congratulated for this moderation
In tho discussion of thlB tender Biibject.
It is tho Judgemont of all now parti
Bians that In the quarrel last year both
partioB wero in fault and had tho mat-
tor been cpnaldorcd calmly and with
out porBDnal bias, much trouble- would
have been avoided. There 1b no real
reason why tho Corrilvusker should not
represent the University of Nebraska
and there are many reasons for It
truly representing all the colleges of
tho University without any exceptions.
As a business proposition it Is easier
to secure advertising for one large
student year-book than for a number
of small ones. Furthermore tho local
business men havo expressed their
Intention of withholding their patron
nge from nil student publications of
thiB nature, except tho Dally and ono
year book. In view of tho fncts it
Mould seom tho part of wisdom not
tq bring into exlBtonco the factions
RESULTS TELL!
We claim to bet. tho best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and aro
here to provo it Our methods aro tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can secure.
We clean! tho finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. Wo also clean gontlemen'a clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD & CO.
Phono Bell 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
which caused so much unpleasantness
last year. If past grovlances be kept
In tho back ground and the energy ox
hausted In useless strife bo directed
toward making this year's annual the
best thing of Its kind, a stop forward
had certainly been taken.
Tho Y. W. C. A. Praise Service, held
today In the Y. W. C. A. room at 11:55
o'clock, will be In charge of Mr. Van
Camp and Mr. Smith, tho two promi
nent musical leaders of tho Scovillo
meetings. Those who have heard these
two excellent singers will enjoy tho
prlveloge of hearing them again nnd
,of meeting them personally. All girls
are invited to come nnd hear them.
The Y. M. C. A. meeting tonight will
be lead by Arthur Jqrgenson. A, good
mooilng Ib assured. Everybody wel
come.
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FORCED TO PLAY,
8tudcnts Are. Compelled to Engage In
Football.
Tho Americans are responsible for
tho development of a college In Upper
Egypt which Is doing so much for tho
country thntlt has boen commended by
the British govornmnt. It Is known as
tho Asslout Training College. It was
founded nbout forty years ago, but it
now has soven largo two and three
story buildings. Its professors come
from tho best of our colleges, Includ
ing Princeton and Yale. Between 700
and 800 studonts, coming from nil
parts of Egypt now attend this school.
Tho graduates are influential men, and
are sought by the government as
clerks, for they nro found to be trust
worthy and of a high moral character.
While the college is a missionary
institution, it gives a good general ed
ucation. Tho Egyptians appreciate
modern school training and want to
go to school. They are partial to tho
English Bchools and will pay extra
to get a modern education.
The president of the college Is Rev.
John Alexander, D. D. Ho was edu
cated in America, but he has lived In
Egypt for nearly a generation. Tho
school is ably and economically man
aged. This collego Is on tho dormitory
plan. Tho most of Its 100 v students
live In tho buildings and they aro con
tinually under tho eyes of their pro
fessors. The training partakes some
what of a military order. The boya
must not only go to the class rooms,
but they have to attend the chapel, tho
weekly prayer meeting and tho Sun
day school. They are also compelled
to take part In college athletics. Twice
a week they have to engage in foot
ball and tennis, and every effort Is
made to develop them along the Hne3
of our civilization. It is said that they
study well and that they are doing
good work on track and football field.
Roy Nelson, 1909, returned to school
yeBterday. He has been on a ranch
out in Montana during the Bummer.
Delinquent Students.
The committee on delinquent stu
dents wishes to call attention to Rule
22 of tho Student's Handbook. Rule 22
A student who, In any semester, is
not satisfactorily carrying at least
twelve (12) hours Is debarred from
representing tho University that sem
ester on any athletic or debate team
or board, on a glee, mandolin, or dra-.
matic club, on the staff of any college
publication or on any other University
organization; moreover a studont who
falls to pass In twelve (12) hours at
the end of a semester Is debarred
from representing tho University In
any capacity the semester following.
In case a studont In any of the -above
named enterprises falls, any semester,
to carry satlMoctorlly the work or any
part thereof for which he is registered,
tho committee on delinquent students
may, at its discretion lessen the hours
of Biich student's registration.
Copies of the "Rules and Regula
tions Governing Students" may be had
nt tho Registrar's office.
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WHO IS YOUR TAILOR?
YARD-0 YARD-0
30-SIX FACTS
IN ITS FAVOR
1. 'Tis new, noat and No
braskan in origin and
manufacture.
2. 'Tis easy to use when
once begun it opens like
a book. '
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UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN8.
Wednesday, October 16.
11:50 a. m. Y. W. C. A. Noon Meet
ing. Mr. Van Camp, leader and
Mr. Smith, soloist of the Scovllle
meetings will conduct the Praise
sorvice. All girls invited.
12:00 m.-Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class meets.
Thursday, October 17.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Dr. Benj. F. Sham
baugh of tho Iowa State Histori
cal society.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior Class mooting.
7:15 p. m. Armory.
Pershing Rifle drill. Tryout for now
members.
8:00 p. m. 2850 P St.
Hawkeyo Club reception to all
Ilawkoyo studonts at home of
Prof, and Mrs. Chatburn.
8:00 p. m. -Nobraska Hall 210.
Pathological Club meets. Report on
Current Literature.
Saturday, October 19.
G:00 p. m. St. Paul's Church.
Y. M. C. A. Chicken pot pie sup
per. All University men Invited.
Why not take your bath at Chris
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Matt's place iPool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
New line of fall hats. Special atten
tion to students. Nichols, 11G No. 13th.
For flno watch repairing or Jewelry
go to E. Fleming, jeweler, 1211 O St.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Elovpnth streot.
Cheapest place for students, 127 No.
Fourteenth streot. ,
Try Church's 20 cent meals, Twelfth
and P streets.
Board, $3.00 per week, 127 No. 14th.
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Eat at The Windsor Cafe
Best and Cheapest Cafe in the city, quality and ser
vice considered . . .
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We arc producers of Men's Clothes with
Tone, Individuality, Style and Character
LOOK US OVER TODAY
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143 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
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Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo mako tho finest and mosfc
delicious drinks in tho city.
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
BITTER SWEETS
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
and
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
MADE BY
OLYMPIA CANDY GO., 1131 OSt.
DANCE PROGRAMS-BANQUET MENUS
CAUJNGCARDS
317 SOUTH TWELFTH 8T.
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Clupeco Shrunk Quarter Sizes
ib cents each: 2 por 20 cents
doett, Peabodr & Co., Maker o duett nod
Monarch Shirt
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