The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 09, 1907, Image 2

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    THE DAILY INBBRA5KAN
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THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Lincoln, Nobrnskn.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publicity Office, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor-in-Chief M. A. Mills, '08
Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Biulneta Manager... H. C. Robertson, '09
Editorial and Butlnen Office:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
'Pottoffloe, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies. 6 Cents Each
Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL -NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents per Innortlon
for ovory fifteen wordB orrf motion thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published freo.
Entered at tho postofftco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-class mall mattor
under tho Aot of Congress of March 3.
1879.
Tho UnlvorBlty Band was not sont
to Lawronco with tho toam because
tho Athlotlc Board did not think It
wns undor obligations to incur such
additional oxponso. Without doubt
tho oxponBOB or tho twonty-flvo or
thirty membora of the band would so
rlouBly cut Into tho receipts of today's
game. , But is that all that can be
said on tho subject? Would not the
presence of tho band at tho Jayhawk
ors' camp make up in part, at least,
for tho rooters 'who should bo there,
but aro not. Furthermore, does not
tho band deserve a little consideration
at tho hands of thoso who havo called
for thoir sorvlcos upon any and all
occasions? (No one can say that tho
University Band has not responded
with choorfulnoBB to ovory demand
mado for their sorvlcos. No football
rally Is complete unless tho baml is
there, and it is tho lively music rather
than any other one foaturo of thoso
mass meetings that makos them suc
cessful in tho accompllBhmont of tho
dosirod ond. Every one is glad tho
band Is prosont, but no ono Btops to
think that porhaps it Is not always
convenient and agrooablo for tho dif
ferent members to moot those extra
domands upon their time. In fact,
RESULTS TE'LLI
We claim to be tho boat CLEANERS and DYERS ln Lincoln and aro
fcere to provo it Our methods aro tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the beat that money can secure
We dean tho finest dressoB and robes without dangor of fading or
shrinking in any way. Wo also clean gontlomon's clothing of all kinds,
(foods called for ami delivered,, AH goods thoroughly sterilized. Wo do
altering and repairing. . . v
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD Sc CO.
Phone Ball 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN NEB. Phone Auto 1202
ovory ono knows that for each of thoso
calls a sacrifice of the individual's
own convenience Is demandod. Per
haps no ono appreciates this more
than thoBo'samo Individuals. Yet in
spite of 'this lack of apprecaltlon on
tho part of tho student body gener
ally, no reasonable demand 1b mado
but prompt and cheorful compliance
on tho part of the band results.
In' tho. past it has been customary
for tho band to bo given a trip to ro
pay them for thoir services and the
precedent should not 'bo departed from
this year. If tho Athlotlc Board can
not provide for this, a popular move
ment should bo started among tho
students, tl is up to tho students to
see that thoir conduot does not justify
tho belief that thoy would accept any
thing without being willing to make
a fair return,
A COMMUNICATION.
To Tho Nebraskan: '
I have noted the editorials and com
munication which have appeared in
your paporand as a University stu
dent and ono thoroughly interested in
interclass athletics, I wish to heartily
concur 'in the sentiments expressed
In those articles as regards tho pro-
posed eliminating of tho Freshman
class in all clasB athletics. It must
be admitted that tho point is well
taken as regards tho injustico of al
lowing tho Freshmen to play their
full' strongtli against tho other classes,
but their proposition to cut out any
men who aro judged to bo 'varsity
material certainly would appoar very
reasonable.
I have had a porsonal talk with two
pf the presidents of the upper classes,
and both admitted that the Freshmen
had jgood grounds for their conten
tion, in ract, tne senior . president
frankly admitted that the upper
classes had taken unfair advantago of
tho Freshman claBs, especially Inas
much as the InterclasB Athletic Com
mltteo were not 'content to eliminato
tho first year men from football, tout
hasket-ball, baseball and track ath
leticB ns well. ,
For my part, I feel that an injustice
will bo dono University athletics as a
wholo as woll by eliminating the first
year men. In view of, tho fact that
the coacheB aro constantly on p. hunt
for now and promising material to
build up tho 'varsity and that thoro
is much more probability of discov
ering such material in the first year
claBs, owing to. tho larger number of
students, It certainly Iboks just a little
bad for the upper classmon to bar tho
Freshmen on tho view that thoy pos-
bobs an advantage over tho other
clnssos, Do not thp Sophomores like
wise, possess nn advantage over the.
Juniors and tho Juniors ovor tho
Seniors?
The other claseB should rcmomUer
that thoro Is not much glory in win
ding thole numerals undor tho pro
posed system. FAIR PLAY.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Dr. Fulkerson Makes Interesting Ad
dress on "Far East."
Last Wednosday ovening Dr. Ful
kerson spoko In U. 106 to a largo and
approclatlvo audience. His topic was
Conditions in tho Far East," which
waB handled In a masterly and instruc
tive way. Tho doctor has been en
gaged in oducatlonal work in Japan
for tho last twonty years, and bo Ib
well acquainted with Oriontnl condi
tions. Ho touched briefly upon tho
great industrial and diplomatic posi
tion of Japan, showing that sho Is a
powor to bo- reckoned with In tho fu
ture. The main object of tho address
was to show the great field for mis
sionary work In tho Ease, a placo
whore opportunities aro unlimited for
carrying on Christian work.
Mission study work at tho Y. M. C.
A, is making a very satisfactory pro
gress. Thirty-five men havo onollod
in tho classes, and it Is expected that
over ono hundred will bo enrolled
before long. Tho topics studied are
Africa, Japan, China, Philippines and
homo missionary work among foreign
Immigrants.
In January, Dr. Fulkerson, who
spoko last Wednesday evening on the
"Far East Conditions," will deliver a
couple of lectures, accompanied by
stereoptlcon views, on missionary
wprk in tho Orient.
The State Farm Y. M. C. A. held a
stag reception to new members last
ovening, " Professor Davidson deliv
ered a Very pleasing address. The
boys spent the time tfnjoyably In per
forming divers athlotlc "feats," end
ing by doing justice to thf ample re
freshments.' Work has mado good ad
vances at tho Farm this year, the
students running u rooming and em
ployment bureau as In the University
system,
UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN8.
Tuesday, November 12.
11:00 a. m.MemorlaJ Hall.
Convocation. Rev. Fletcher Whar
ton. 11:30. a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior claBB meets.
Thursday, November 14.
-7:15 p. m. Armory.
PerBhing Rifles medal drill.
- - "Friday, December 13.
Nobraskn-Iowa debate.
Astronomy Notes.
Astronomy students have been UBlng
tho clear nights recently in studying
tho meteors, or shooting stars. From
counts made ,on different evenings,
they havo folind the number of visi
ble metoors to bo from twelve to
thirty-six per hour at any ono station,
Reckoning from this, thoy have com
puted that tho wholo earth meets from
two to six daily.
Somo now secondary clocks havb
been secured for tho University. In
Btend of being set weekly by tho Jani
tors, as In tho old way, thoy are
operated hy electricity from tho ob
servatory. Ono has boon placed in
Unlvorsity Hall and another Is ready
for tho Library. Tho Temple will
alBO soon bo suppliod with ono.
Reports of tho Kansas-Nebraska
game will bo wired direct to Nebras
ka field by special arrangements.
Bulletins will bo read and it will bo
possible to keep track of tho ball at
all' times on Nebraska field. .
Lost History cover containing pro
gram, syllabi and notes of sominar on
municipal problems. .Return to 1023
H Btroet or Registrar's office. Re
ward. Lost A plain black fountain pen
on tho campus Tuesday, November 5.
Finder return to Nebraskan office.
Clomonts photos aro tho best.
Ratos to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Eat at Climax restaurant. Meals 15
cents and up, Tom Draper, Prop.
J. M. Rico, hair and Bcalp specialist,
1216 O St, upstairs. Auto phono 3888.
Frod B. Humphrey sells Real EBtato
and Insurance. 13G No. Eloventh Si
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O undor FamouB.
Havo your clothes pressod at Web
er's Suitorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Hnydon, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street.
Gre'on's barber shops are, tho best
in tho West.
tlo to Mrs. J. C. Boll, hairdresser,
for coreals.
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
counter.
Just; a qulot ovening meal at Dalrym
plo's. Dr. J. H. Graham, dentist 1339 O
St.
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Subscribe' for tho Dally NobraBkan.
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
C. H. Froy, florist,' 1133 O St.
Try Savoy Hotol and cafe.
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Rooms - Rooms - Rooms
New Windsor Hotel
"Ve have now open to students five of six well fur
nished rooms. Steam heat and electric,
lights. Will rent for $2 per.
week and up.
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IN THE - WORLD. .
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Do you want the
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ever saw that will
fit and wear well?
STETSON
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Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo servo tho most delicious Hot
and Cold Drinks in tho city
TRY OUJt FAMOUS ATHENIAN
BITTER SWEETS
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
and
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MADE BY
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1320 JN St., Llnooln
Neb.
Would Idee to be
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