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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
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Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
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for every fifteen wordH or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and Univorsity biillotlns
will gladly ho published froo.
Entered at tho postoflloo at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
Don't fall to attend tho football ral
ly this morning at chapel as has boon
announced. A numbor of now songs
have boon received by Manager Eager,
. some of them suro to make a hit If the
student public will come out and prac
tice them. Wo can not hope to sing
.theao songs with any credit either to
tho song or to ourselves unless this op
portunity for practlco is taken. It
should bo understood that ninny of tho
songs recontly received are appropri
ate only for some particular game and
for that reason must be practiced im
mediately before that game. Net Sat
urday, for the Colorado game, sevoral
'excellent "rooting songs" must bo
sung by tho supporters of tho scarlet
and tho cream. The material Is In
tho hands of Uiobo who have charge of
the muss meeting and all we have to
do Is to come out and take the vocal
It Is hoped, that the Law School will
adopt tho agreement renched by the
Law and Cornhusker conforenco com
mittees. Past grievances nnd difficul
ties should bo forgotten and all col
leges in the Uulverslty should join
hands in making tho 1008 Cornhusker
a publication to be proud of. It is un
necessary to pass upon tho niorits"of
last year's controversy. Suffice to sny
that both parties to tho dispute wero
responsible for a share of the result.
This year a spirit of forbearance and
concession should tako tho place of
last year's spirit of agresslve partl
slanshlp. What wo want Is a good
CornhiiBker, not several books and a
variety of- quarrels.
As showing the activity of Universi
ty of Nebraska botanical mon, tho last
number of "Tho Plant World" con
tains two articles by men now here, a
third paper by one of our graduates
with notices of papers by two other
graduates, nnd personal notes of two
The Michigan Co-ed.
John Corbln, in an artlclo on tho
University of Michigan, sizes up tho
Michigan co-ed as follows:
"Tha Michigan co-ed enjoys tho
samo liberties as her slater of Wiscon
sin. The chaperon Is an Idol that has
a niche, but few worshippers. Parties
of sevoral couples rojolco in the Arca
dian buggy rldo and tho distant dinner.
Tho slnglo wayfaring couple is not un
known. In a happy newspaper phrase,
the light fantastic too is weekly trip
ped at Grainger's. But liberty is not
privilege. Michigan -scorns her co-ed.
Tho eight leading fraternities, one
known as tho Palladium crowd, haVq
frowned upon her. It is said that, at
Mndlson, If a frnternity, no matter
how powerful, fails In its duties of
gallantry, tho fomlnlno influence
ugalnst it la strong enough to divert
the beat freshmen to its moro gallant
rivals. At Ann Arbor a fraternity is on
tho down grade if It begins to take
The Ypung Men's Christian Associa
tion of Nobraska have put out n very
neat handbook for this year. It is
end opening, covered in black and let
tered In gold. Tho book was printed
by Burt-Terry-Wilson Co., of Lafayette.
It will bo remembered that J. L. Derk
Inderen, '00, Is general secretary of
tho association there. Purdue Expo
nent. Tho Dnlly Nebniska,n will publish an
illustrated football number next month.
The edition will be limited nnd you
will have to order early to be suro of
getting a copy. Order one at the Ne
braskan office now. The price Is ten
cents. Subscribers will recolvo a
iLost A small gold watch, with
leather fob, between Library Hall and
Thirteenth and S streets. Return to
Elizabeth Wright 115 N. Thirteenth
For Rent Room one block from
Univorsity, 1218 T street. Hoard if
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
1123 0 STREET. YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronago Solicited
If you want the best and I
ijliuol aiyium aiuj& ai a. yvy- I
ular price, try a
ROGERS & PERKINS
1129 0 Street
THE t JEWEL
THE MOST EXPENSIVE AND
Q EAREST PICTURES IN THE
QTY. t M30 O STREET v
FINEST OF MOVINfi PICTURES
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Snappy Shoes, $3.50 and
$4.00. All the new styles
Thursday, October 24.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Sup't. Carroll G. Pearso of Milwau
kee, Wis. "Public Schools, nnd
11:30 a. m. U. 205.
Latin Club holds spocial meeting.
Friday, October 25.
5:00 p. m. Memorial Hall.
Freshman class moots.
Sunday. October 27.
1:00 p. m. Univorsity Hall 10G.
Y. W, C. A. Vesper Service.
Do you know that tho Dally Nobras
kan Is the best illustrated collego
paper in tho West? Well It is.
Tho girls at Iowa have started the
game of hockey, following the lead of
the Illinois co-eds.
A number of Bohemian reference
books have been placed on the shelves
of the general library.
Silver Serpent held a meeting yes
terday for tho election of officers.
THE BLAZEK STUDIO
A Special rata on photos
to students of,
1216 0 STREET
Rooms - is.ooms - nooms. i
New Windsor Hotel
We. have now open to students five or six well fur
nished rooms. Steam heat and electric
lights. Will rent for $2 per
week and up.
Miss A. E. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention glvon to students.
113G O St. Auto 1737.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Wo manufactnro all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo make tho finest and most
dolicious drinks in tho city.
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
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