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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1907)
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INDIVIDUAL, NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents por Inflortlon
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published froq.
Entered at thq postofflco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as socond-claBS mall matter
under tho Act of ConjrroBB of March 8.
junior, Bonlor, alumni or momber of
tho faculty should think themselves
out of placo morely by thp fact of
their being such. Look up a mom
ber of the committoo and ,make ar
rangements for your ticket" This
fthould bo the biggest and best ban
quot ever given a Nebraska football
team for two reasons at least: First,
becauso thoy have accomplished great
deeds and, secondly, because they are
our football team. '
Oh Wednesday occurrod tho death
of Instructor Jeffrey D. Hrbok, ono of
tho youngest members of tho, Unlvor
slty faculty. Mr. Hrbok was a young
man of oxcoptlonal promtso, with
many sterling qualltlos Tocognized by
all who woro fortunate enough to
como in contact with him. It is ex
tromoly sad that a young man of
such promtso should bo takn by death
from tho activities of Hfo, whoro thoro
wad Buch decided opportunity for ac
complishing good. Many peoplo find
U difficult indeed to roconcilo these,
things with tho 'often repeated doc
trine, "That whatever 1b, Is for the
best," and it must bq admitted that
the reosonjn tho destiny of the world
is nol always njjparont to ordinary
minds. A homo Is boreaved and the
Unlvorslty 'and tho world Is poorer by
Intercollegiate Association to Meet
Tho next annual convention of the
Intorcollcglato Athletic Association of
tho United States will bo hold In New
York Saturday, JDecember 28th. This
meeting will, bo of great Importance
and addresses will bo prepared by
men of prominence throughout tho
collegiate world. Tho subjects which
have been assigned., are, "Tho Function
of Athletic Sports'ln College and Uni
versity Life," "Amateurism," and
Tho Length of Schedules of Inter
collegiate Athletic Conteat8." Each of
these papers will bo followed by u
prepared dlBCUBslon open also to the
participation of all duly accredited
Tho functions of tho organization
as. stated In a circular letter received
by Doctor Lees are as follows:
First As aclearlng house of ath
Second As a central bureau of pro
paganda in Intorcollcglato athletics.
ThiB Is accomplished by reports of
nieotlngs, newspaper statements of
policies and reforms, by the personal
contact of members of committees and
of delegates, and by circulars and
othor literature published and sou t out
It mattors not whothor 'tis your best girl or second boBt girl, your
prldo should suggest a good ring. Slip will appreciate It, and you will
fool bettor about It If youWo got tho girl, wo havo tho rings.
1-4 Karat White Diamond Rings
. at $26.50, $28, $30
Hallett, Jeweler. 1143 O St.
the death of this stalwart young man
who had dedicated his Hfo to tho
causo of education and tho betterment
of hlB follows.
THE BANQUET. .
An effort Id being made to Induce
those of tho student body who are
not subjoctod to frequent temptations
to 'do something else than 'grind, to(
como out to tho CornhuBker Banquet.
Tho Cornhuskor Banquet Js a func
tion for tho men of the University,
.whereby an opportunity Is given them
to demonstrate their Interest In and
loyalty to tho football team and the,
I'nlvoralty. Tho attendance should bo
largo and it furthermore should bo
iopresontatlvo of tho student body as
a wholo and this function should not
be patronized "merely by those who
from reasons of enthusiasm or Inter
est in tho game feel it their duty to be
present. This la the slnglp opportun
ity offered tho students to ibo tlio
hosts of tho football teams and It
shouldbe' generally understood that
IU8 jb uie capacity 01 every one ytno
does attend, Nor is this function ono
at which.., freshman, sophomore,
$10 - $15 - $20 - $25
Such a variety from which to make
a selection. Jaunty, snappy Btyles
some in tho new browns somp aro ,
tho stylish broad gray stripes and a f ' '
groat showing of flncu. grade blocks.
Wo aro putting all tho value possible .
in our coats and still insuro good '
quality. t ,
Our storo has become celebrated for
headquarters fop tho best cravonottes '"
the.' young folows will toll you so.
Swell, stylish black ones at
$12.50, $15, and, $20
Magee & Deeme
A Store for Men
Friday, December 6.
11:50 a: m. Y. W. C A. rooms.
Noon meotlpg. . '
Saturday, December 7.
1631 F St-
English Club meets.
Friday, December 13.
Wollosley this year has enrolled
four Chinese girls, tho first to bo
sent to this country by tho Chinese
(Continued from Pago 1.)
a national university would havo an
influonco in uniting all parts of tho
United States; that It would bocomo
the equal of tho University of Borlln;
that It would In ovory way supple
ment nnd aid oxlstlng unlvorsitlos.
A FEW LEFT.
On account of the great demand for
the Football Number of the Daljy Ne
braskan, another edition was printed.
A few-of these souvenirs are left and
may be bought-at the Dally Nebrakan
Avflno now Y. M. C. A. building has
just boon comploted at Amos.
Nebraska . University Pins
by the Association.
Third As an agency of practical re
form. The reform Is along two lines,
purification and reform of athletics,
and the establishment of rules for
athletic sportB., ti
lt Is expected that"SAican organJji
zntlon as thjs will accomplish great
things In tho way of refprm of ath
letics. A united movement will bo ef
fective whoro Independent efforts aro
of no avail except In tho Individual
'Institutions concerned. Tho influencd
exerted will be In geometrical propor
tion to tho number of institutions en
rolled In Its membership. m .
All characters who oxpoct to ap
pear on tho Pike at the County Fair
aro roquested to first see Ann Watt,
Mr. Mueller or-Eyjuigollno Strickland.
Theso characters and, tho booths are
also asked to b(j ready for the open
ing of the Fair at 7:30 sharp, At
10:20i flashlight wlll-bo taken of-all
booths, and on th
charge. , "
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maindqfr of the school year, $1 50.
Pike, Jreo of
fpl sterling silver, some gold plated in. ad
dition, some solid gold. The designs in
r elude diamond ends, seals,- monograms,
pennants and U.' of N.
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.50, $2.00.
. with University emblems in color, 50c to'
$8.50. These lockets are used on chains
or watch fobs. A variety of HAT PINS
in university designs Fobs, pennant or
eal, on leather strap, 35c. .
Miliar & faine
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