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THE DAILY NBBRA6KAN
IXbe DailE tflebraeftan
TUB PROPERTY OP
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRABKA.
Published evert oat except Sunday and Monday
BY THE STUDENT 'PUB. BOARD.
PiblicttlM Olflct, 126 No. 14th St.
EdItor-ln-Chlef M. A. Mills, '08
Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
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Payable In Advance
Single Copies. 5 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL, NOTICES will bo chanced
for at tho rato of 10 conts per lnuortlon
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Fnculty notices nnd University bulletins
will glndly bo published free.
Entered nt tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nobrnsku, ns socond-class mall matter
under tho Act of Conrross of March 3.
BAND MAY GO.
Effort Being Made to 8end It to Law
A moveemnt Is on foot to raise
money for tho purposa of tho sending
tho Cadot Band to tho KnnBas-Ne-brnrftn
gnmo nt Lawrence Saturday.
A subscription paper will bo sent
around today In an offtirt to get the
Tho band wns sent to Chicago last
year at a time when only a few root
ers wont and wns able to give much
encouragement to tho team through
The fact that few rooters aro go
ing to Lawrence Is a good reason why
the band should bo sent, for the boys
surely can help make a big showing
It should not bo forgotton that tho
mld-Bomcfltor oxnmlnatlons are sched
uled Mr tho near future The fact
does not strike terror to tho hearts
of thoso who havo consistently nnd
day by day dono tho work assigned
to them, but to tho unfortunates who
from ono cause or anothor have nog
lected so to do, the case Is different.
Tho next row woolcs should be usod ns
tlmo for redemption by thoso who
are behind In their work. And while
cramming is not regarded as tho
proper method of mastering any sub
ject, It Ib not tho part of wisdom to
let oxnmlnntlons come on without any
attempt at extra preparation espe
cially on tho part of the' student who
feols that such preparation Is neces
sary. A very groat doal can be ac
complished even in a comparatively
short tlmo by good steady work and
any student realizing that he is not
up in his courses who will not omploy
tho next fow weoks to his own ad
vantage will have no one to blnmo for
his failuro oxcopt hlmsolf. Don't fail
8peaks at Chapel on "A Letter On
Dean Davis spoko at chapol yester
day morning on "A Lottor on Crit
icism." Ho spoko of tho rapid Increase
In recent years of scientific Investiga
tion and declared that thcorlos which
have been regarded as truo for thous
ands of years are. bein .discarded
with the discarding of new conditions.
While old Ideas are boing constantly
discarded, knowledge Is steadily pro
gressing. Tho donn spoko for a fow minutes
of tho theory of probability. Ho de
clared that tho cloHer obaorvntionB-aro
mndo the more they will differ, bo
causo conditions aro never exactly the
same. Tho only way to get an approx
imately correct result is to take many
observations, and thon, going on tho
theory that they vary oach way, find
WHEN YOUR CLOTHES ABE HADE HEBE
you obtain not only ART in tailoring, but QUALITY
and ECONOMY as well. Just conceive of the most
artistically made clothes known, at from $25.00 to
$45.00, and you have the ideal combination? that
saves you from ready-made misfits and high priced
tailors. Make your selection today from elegant
array of stylish fabrics.
143 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
BELL PHONE 604 AUTO PHONE 2686
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and 8aturday.
8ocial night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
in Lincoln. Now cation, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241.
Friday, December 13.
Friday, December 13.
Kansas Anxious for a Game or Two
Prospects for basket-ball are look
ing vory bright thin year. Throe mem
bers of Inst year's team Captain Paul
Hell, Dwight Doll, and WalBh aro still
in tho game. Rurruss, forward of last
jonr, is not in school but it is oxpected
that he will be back next semester.
MoBor, tho center of last year, has
The jsophomore social committee
met yesterday morning to discuss
plans for the future. Anothor meeting
wan held last evening, when mofo de
tailed plans were considered.
A prnctlco football game was
played by tho University Sophomore
team and the Lincoln High School
eleven yesterday afternoon, resulting
in a tie score of 5 to 5.
Lincoln High School will play the
Harlan (Iowa) High School on Ne
braska Field next Saturday. Reports
from tho Kansas game will be an
nounced on tho field.
Patronize Nebraskan Advertisers
Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo servo tho moat delicious Hot
and Cold Drinks in tho city
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
OLYMPIA CANDY CO., II3I OSt.
We claim to bo the best CLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and aro
here to provo It Our methods aro tho VERY .LATEST and our work
mon tho boat that money can secure.
We clean tho finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking In any way. 'Wo also clean gontlomen's clothing of all kinds.
OoodB callod for and.dellvorod. Ali goods thoroughly sterilized. Wo do
altering and ropolrlng.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD St CO.
Phone Bell 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
to tako a "brace" If sUch is needed.
'Cramming may not bo best In tho
long run, but for these particular ex
aminations It will bo more effectual
than good resolutions for somo other
Prom and Play
President Alden of the Sonior class
has just solectcd the members of tho
Senior Prom and Play committees.
Their nafos aro:
Prom E, T, Phelps, mastor of core-
monies; M, A. Mills, chairman; J. A.
Murphy, Keo Currlo, OUb HasBler,
Nollio Stevenson, Paul Bell, and "B. E.
Play John Purcell, chairman;
Winifred Gould, Jennie Whltmore,
Maude Cougor, Glaldeth Denny, Jes
slo Cook, O. J-. Shaw, B. K. Eaton,
and George Fonlon.
All Hospital Corps men will report
for drill in tho locker room of the
Armory. OAPT. WORK1ZER.
Chicago Great Western Railway.
The Short Lino nnd moat popular
train servlco to St. Paul and Minneapo
lis. Trains loavo Omaha at 7:30 a. m.
and 8: 30 p. m., making direct connec
tions with all trains for the North
west. Homeseokora rates ovory first and
third Tuesday during Octobor nnd No
vember to points in Northwest.
ABk to bo routed via tho "Great
For further information apply to
District Passenger Agent,
1512 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. .
Mrs. Davis, hair dressing parlors are
now located In tho Famous. Corner
Thirteenth and O strobts.
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So, 12.
Kansas has been vory anxious to ar
range for two games with Nebraska on
December 12 at tho tlmo of tho open
ing of the now Jayhawkor gymnasium.
It is, howovor, thought to bo very im
probable that tacse games will bo
played boforo Christmas.
Professor Clapp declarod that many
of tho men are showing up well, and
montloned the work of tho freshmen
J-onm ns being vory good.. Anthes Is
"developing into a good center and
Richie and Murphy are also doing well.
Ferguson Is not getting out regularly
Mount Pleasant, tho star Carlisle
Indian fullback, has announced that
ho intends to enter Cornell next fall.
The Cornell Daily Sun say ho will
bo able to play jjntercollegiate football
after his freshman year and will un
doubtedly be a valuable addition to
tho varsity eleven.
Mr. Arthur Sampson of the Bureau
of plana Industry of tho United States
department ofngrlciilturo, visltqd the
linlvrsjty last Saturday, Mr. Sampson
took his M. A., from this University
lftBt spring. During the last summer he
an working In Oregon with Mr. Pear
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Tht Drug Cutter. "r-lr
g Would like to be V
O your Laundry men . Ci
FINEST OF NOVINQ PICTURES
AND ILLUSTRATED ' SONGS
1330 O STREET-
1320 N St., Llnooln, Neb.
JU8T RECEIVED THOSE
Our Luncheonettes and
Hot Chocolate Soda are
131 South llth Strut
Rooms - Rooms - Rooms
New Windsor Hotel
We have now open to students five or six well fur-
nished rooms. Sto&m heat and electric
lights. Will rent for &2 ner
g week and up.
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