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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1907)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OP .NEBRASKA.
PUBLISH EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
' BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
PyhlJhUoj! Office, 126 No. 14th St.
-Editor-in-Chief. Tv. M. A. Mills, '08
Managing Editor. .X.CIyde E. Elliott, '09
Biiilneis Manager.. .IVC. Robertton, '09
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Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICE3 will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents por Insertion
for. evory fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published frco.
Entered at tho postofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ns socpnd-class mall matter
under tho Act of Confcrcas of March 3,
THE THING TO DO.
Tho Cornhuskor banquet held last
Saturday evening at tho Llndell Hotel
was an entire success In overy senso
of tho word. The attendance, whllo
not as largo as tho committee had
wished, was larger than at any time
in the past, It is to bo hoped that
the popularity of this function will
continue to grow until it has a place
in. tho calendar of University events
second to none. This object can be
obtained only by arousing the enthusi
asm and interest of tho students gen
erally. Anything less than a 'repre
sentative crowd of the students, whilo
not exactly defeating tho pnfpOso,
does to a great extent accomplish this
very undesirable result. Freshmen
should be taught In the first years, of
their college experience to make a
decided offort to Bupport as many
Special Sale of
KfMaire 13 ligno...".
JjoMniro 15 ligno
Special Discounts on Many Lines of Holiday Presents
J. B. TRICKEY Co.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL JEWELERS, 1041 0 St., LINCOLN
worthy -causes as circumstances will
permit ami not be left to learn by ex
perience that which, If properly .put
to them, would at onco be conceded. -Tho
real genuine advantage of this
informal gathering of those having
the interest of athletics seriously at
heart is perfectly apparent to 'anyone
who listened attentively to tho toast
given ii tho 'coursp of the' evening,
-T.hore-was-a- serious tonec-anfl pur-
pose present In each and-pvery toast,
livened by just the proper amount
df wt and liumor to make a comblna-
tlonbbth enjoyablo and 'fiisTriicTlve. .
A further point which received seri
ous consideration riimnrCornhu8ker
Banquet whs the subject uppermost In
everyone's mind, namely t whero will
Nebraska's athletic field bo, or even
wIlIjJLliere be .a Nebraska .field, next
season The last .question -could bo
easily answered, if a few more publlc
splrltejl) gentlemen like Col. C. ,.Jt Bills
could bo Interested In the f subject.
And this Is exactly what the friends
of athletics at theXIniversity must de
termine upon. The legislature does
not meet until. after the, close of "the
next football season. In the mean-
jH: ifc frtii's jji'-ot' .-."-
time aio we to sit quietly by and do
nothing or even come back to school
in 11)08-9 with no. placo toxoid ath-
lotlc events. ThisJsa.subJecL worthy.
of the best , efforts of every student,
faculty member and friend of tile Uni
versity of Nebraska, and tho present
la the tlmo to begin to do things.
Tho Lyric theater has a fair bill
this week. Frank H. Tlniiey' In a
ijlnrjknuir-pmno act "tries" "lionl To
please, "and ho did." The playet, "A
Stolen Kiss," needs expurgation. Ade
line Francis In character story songs
would please more people if her songs
wore mora select. Her voice is good.
The iStetner acrobats do clever work
Profosaor T. Wv Nichols, superin
tendent of the Evitnston Bchools In
district 70, has placed utaworld, espe
cially the college world, under great
obligation by tho rules governing
teachers which he has placed In every
school room. "We take the liberty lV
present for our faculty's earnest con
sideration such of these rules as, with
modifications made to suit changed
conditions, seem to be appropriate. In
all fairness to Professor Nichols, our
readers must not hold him responsible
for the modifications:
1. Don't fQrgot that you would, not
have been called hero If a better
teacher than you could have been
found for tho money.
2. Don't smoke during class hours
oi swear-flt the failure of students to
3. Don't work by the hour. A few
minutes off of either end will not-dlB
please the students. BrevJtyiB the
scul of wit. - -
4. Don't questlonJtudentB. It hurts
their feellngsfio let the students ques
, '. $11.50
5.''Don't force your opinion upon a
student. Opinions are a student's long
suit and ho will" resent your interfer
G. Don't believe a student is ever
educated- because ho does the thing
you want done, in the way you want:
Imitation Is not education.
7. Don't read to Btudents. Let them
read to'you. They know best what
-will -lritefcst-tliemr -
8. Don't mark student's lesBojis.
I You-can guess at his standing at tho
end of the semester.' It you are In
"doubt, Tie "wil help you.
9. Don't examine., or test students.
They need overy minute they dan
spare from social functions, to prepare
for the next. ,;
10. Don't suspend. a student or send
a note or report home.Jlk hurts the
student's feelings and might causp
his parents embarrassment.
, 11. Don't do any orazy thing. Leave
that to the student.
12. Don't reprimand a student "for
ueing, oemnu in his studies. Hehas
to bo in order to .pursue them.
Patronize Capital Hotel Barber a
1PIINE LEATHER NOVELTIES
USEFUL, DURABLE, ORNAMENTAL
Pocket Books, Card Cases,
ImcTWrist .bags, Trunks, Oxford "Bags, Suit Cases,
Ladies' Satchels, Fitted Bags, Flasks, Cigar Cases,
Dressing Cases, Toilet Rolls, etc., etc. Our line
is complete and of the newest styles. Visit us.
WIRICK'S TRUNK STORE
1036 6 STREET
Tuesday, December 17.
11;00 a. m. Memorial , Hall.
Convocation. Dr. Inez C. Phllbrlck.
ll:30i a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior class meets.
Thursday, December 19.
11:00 n. m.Memorlal Hall.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior olasa meetsNv
Christmas vacation .begin6:00 p.
m., Friday, December 20, and ends.
8:00 a. m., Monday,, January
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs. Nebras
ka. Informal' dance.
,Fr1cIayr January 31.
iiasicet-oau, Nebraska vs. Missouri,
."informal dance. f
Friday, February 21.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore Hop.
Robert Hill, 1900, is visiting his par
ents in Lincoln.
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash foavfl on sale daily
round trip tickets to till the winter
resorts Aof the south New Orleans,
Qulf Coast points, Florida-, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all Informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. R., Omaha, Neb.
Found On the campus, a sum of
money. Inquire of tho French De
partment, U. 301.
Lost, a jewelled Delta Delta Delta
pin. Return to owner or leave at
Fine Uni Calendars can bo obtained
at 340 No. 11.
Youngblut, deiitist, 203
Have you bougnt your Uni. calen
dar? Bettor do it today.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
JAPANESE X-MAS PRESENTS
for our holiday trade which we will place on sale at
, ' EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
Brass Vasos, Candlesticks, Trays, etc, . . .. ,50c to $10.00
China Vases, Cracker Jars, Tobacco Jars, etc. . '."""'"
" at .:...... : v .. . 15c to $5.0.0
Hand clecoratod Pottery,' ChinaJ etc., at 5c to $8.50
O. K. AKAGI & BROS.,
Exclusive Japanes iStoro, 204 So. 12th
Bill Books, Shopping
Box Writing Paper Sale
going on now. 50 per
cent discount on all box
. paper foiv the next ten
days. m Now is the time
to stock up..
131 SOUTH -ELEVENTH ST.
lfa l'W SMOKE 'jjiHJSE
Welcomes all students and Invites you
to enjoy our Smoking and. Reading
Room. It's a pleasure to please. Try
"UNI" SMOKE HOUSE.
113.2 O STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Poil and Cigars
The FIncsl Place in the West. 934 Paired
MEMMEN CANNON CO.
Pitts' Dancing School
Class . nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
Social night Friday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful hall
in' Lincoln. New location, 1124 N
street. Auto 5241.
1320 N St., Lin 661 n, Nib.
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