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Faculty notloos and. University bulletins
will gladly bo published frco.,
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. Nebraska, as sooond-olass mall matter
undor tho Aot of Confcroiia of March 8.
WHAT ABOUT 1T7
Inasmuch as tho first semester of
this school year 1b drawing to. a close,
there being but four weeks more of
lectures, It Is a good tlme'ito take a
- look around to see what the semester
examinations may ibrlng forth. "A great
deal can he accomplished In the four
weeks and a little time snatched from
toward making-amends for-slris t)f-om-
mlssion committed in tho weeks past.
As a general rule the authorities say
that the vacation period should be
devoted to othor things than studying,
this undoubtedly is-tme but neverthe
less cases can bo imagined wherein a
fracture of this rule would. ba-.advls
.jabler Tho AVhole point Is that there
always is a number of students who
have a tendency to get behind Jn their
Wotkv and by so doing '.bWonToMlscouir
aged to tho extent of sometimes want
I Just 15 Shopping Days Till Christmas
My store is a store for mes'ptuff." THat Ts the place you SHOULD
go when you want anything for a man. My merchandise Is the 'kind
that appeals to men. I don't carry any dry goods, store Stuff. If I cid
I wouldn't do the business because you expect and do get better
values from me nobbier styles.
ing to give up-tho struggle. It Is this
spirit of. glyjng. nn.thaOvorlcs more
hardship and loses the student more
hours of college credit, than anything
else oxcont perhaps a persistent or
Constant fftllnrfttn lmcnmn In tnroRtfin"
in bis college work. It should bo the
policy of the instructor and also of
. tho fellow students of such a one to
fencourago rather than discourage an
Increased effort on his part -during the
few romalningweoks' of tholjomcstcr.
" Enough "menioave'the-TJnlvorsIty-with-
out completing their courses and nec
essarily this number Bhould not be In
creased by a pbljcy qf deliberately dis
couraging a young student who has
been unfortunate enough to get a bad,
start On tho other hand the student
who has been able to maintain a high
standard; "of scholarship thus far in
the semester should not througlTovor
confldenco decide to let things slide
for the remainder. The proposition
is quitp as true one way as th other.
A good record can more easily be
wrecked than a' bad lor indifferent one
" bo reconstructed: 'The ,bjily solution
of tho ilifflculty Is a consistent deter
mination .to every day do' the work
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assigned. Any other course of action"!
1b beset with trouble.
New. Books ..In the Library.
Allen, Grnrtt.. Evolution df tho Idea
Barringor, t .M. Description of min
erals of commercial vafue.
Berty, A. and TlsBerand. Topographic
liifltorlaue du vleux Paris. 5 vols-.
-Cumont, Franzv Tho mysteries of
of the world.
Hugo, Victor. Intellectual autobiogra
phy. Ibsen, Henrlk. Samtliche Werke in
jdeuCacher'Sprache. 10 vols.
James, Henry. Tho BoBtonlons.
Knox George W. Development of Re
liglon In Japan. .
Mahaffy, J. P. Silver Age of the Greek
Marchant, J. R. V. Commercial his
tory. Ogden, Hollo. Life and Letters of
E. L. Godkln.
Oliver, Frederick S. Alexander Ham
ilton. Ransom1 Caroline L. Studies -in An
cient Furniture. n
Rich, Walter H Feathered game of
Shakespeare, Wm.v Antony and Cleo
patra. The Yr-Mr G. A. mid-week meeting
will be held in the now rooms In the
temple on Wednesday openings. They
will commence ten minutes earlier
than formerly, ai 6.60 p. m and close
.promptly at 7t30. T.hero tyljl be a
Bhort song service, at the beginning
of the meeting. Th topic for last
evening was "The Spirit of the Con
vention." Arthur Jorgensen reported
on the International Y. iM. C. A. con
"vention which-Tvas-lield-at- Washlng
ton, D. C. Mr. Jorgensen attended the
convention as a delegate from the Uni
versity Y. M. O. A. y
The TFreshmen Hon'committeo, of
which Earl MalloryMs chairman, re
ports difficulty inobtalnlng a satisfac-
rv date foiC-thelr-lyonT T-he date-f
most favorably thought of, however,
Is February 7th Tho dance In all
probably will bo held at the Lincoln
Tho Freshmen were out in full forco
at the County Fair last Saturday, nnd
contributed nobly Ifo alluring bargains
offered at the various booths. Many
hinted, however, that-by-tho time an
other County Fair came around they
would be wise enough to escape with
street car fare.
Recently, the geology department
has Jias tho Moropus Jaw and slnill
photqgraphod. It is the most nearly
perfect jaw and skull In existence and
is estimated to be 5O,00D years old.
The Carnegie Museum ''recently offer
ed 1700 in cash and 100 in exchange
for the specimen.
Baked beans, baked 'on tho'prem
ises nnd served hot with, delicious
brown bread, 10c, aW-Tho Boston
Lunch. " ' S
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Special Sale of Opera Glasses
LeMaire'X3 ligne -, .$la6ti
LeMaire IB ligne $11.50 ,
Sptclal Discounts on Many LlrteMf HolKay Prtitwtt
J. B. TRICKEY Co.
-WHOLESALE and RETAIL JEWELERS, 1041 0 St., LINCOLN
f hursday, December 12.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Musical program.
8:00 p. m. 145 South 11th St.
Pathology Club meets.
Friday, December 13.
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs. Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
Friday, January 31.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February. 21.
The details of the Law hop have An
ally been decided Upon by the commit
tee. They are bb follows: tho dance
1b to be given on tho evening" of Feb
ruary 7, at (Fraternity Hall, tickets
$1.25". This" is the flrst-soclal-affalr-
glven by tho Law School in a number
of years and no doubt will be well
supported by the men of that college.
Specfal Rates Via Wabash Railroad
The Wabash foaVA on. alo laily
round -jtrip tickets to tall tho winter
resorts of the south New Orleans,
Gulf Coast pdints, Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A
P. 4;r-WabaBh R R Omahar Neb.- - -
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Mali's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 140 No. Eleventh street
The best place to eat in town is at
Doqb Cafe 114 So. Eleventh b treat.
Dr. Chas. .Youngblur, dehtlstOS
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Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
C. H. Frey,lorlstll33 O St
of "Men's and
Young Men's Suits
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suppose young man you come in airtd
try on one of these suits
then look in the mirror . s
then the sale is made.
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Racycles and Iver Johnson .Bley
cles, Edison Phonographs and .
Records, D. & M. 8portIng and
Athletic Goods, Guns and Am-'
1324 O STREET
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G. K. AKAGI & BROS.
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