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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
TUB -UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
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BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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under tho Act of Conprcss of March 3.
THE LOCKER ROQM,
There Is more or leBs dissatisfaction
manifested antong the members of the
two lower clnssos who are taking mili
tary science by reason of tho extreme
ly crowded condition of tho locker
quarters. Those to whom the situa
tion Is familiar know that part of the
baBement of the Gymnasium has re
cently been fitted up aB a locker room.
in which tho cadets change uniforms.
The fact that this change was made
is not subject to criticism, but the fact
that tho space given -over for thlo
purpose Is entirely inadequate and re
sults In Berious inconvenience to the
cadets deserves some consideration.
Some action should be taken to give
more room or to lessen the number
There is nothing so inexpensive aftd at the
same time so full of the spirit of college life
as a Pennant. Why not give a Pennant for
ot cadets who at any one time aro
obliged to use this locker room. Tills
offers serious difficulties In view of
fhe fact lhat In many cases- the. ele
, ment of time must bo considered.
Just boTore the five o'clock period tho
locker room is crowded to such a de
gree that It Is almost Impossible for a
late arrival to obtain access to his
locker. He muBt either wait until the
fellows aside. If ho follows the
'first montloned lino of conduct he Is
. quite likely to bo demerlted for being
late to formation, and In the second
,caso ho .brings down upon himao'f the
"uctlve displeasure of Uiose upon whom
he troads. The locker room presents
a ve,ry lively aulmated Bcene at the
"beginning pt Jlfp hour, -but -at tho
.end of the' period -when the two or
t," three hundred cadejs, dismissed at
., the same time,, rush down to lay aside
" their unlfprms and put on their ordi
nary civilian dress, the picture re
sembles a lino smash. It Is next to
impossible to preach moderate haste
to a bunch of hungry boys at G o'clock,
Inasmuch as each andUavory' one Is
,thlnking only of hurrying home and
o nothing else. What the University
should do Is to provide Btiitablo and
wholly adequate quarters for the ca
dets. It would not cost any very largo
Bum and would purchaso at one and
the same time tuo gratitude of the
cadets, and that, which sooner or
later will oppear an absolute neces
sity, viz., enough lockers for all ar
mnged In a fashion that will afford
the required room.
Ihe Messiah Handel
Rocit. Comfort ye.
Aria Every valley shall be exalted.
Chorus And the Glory of tho Lord.
Iteclt. Por Behold, Darkness shall
cover the earth.
Aria The People that walked lu
Reclt. liehold! A Virgin shall con
ceive Chorus O Thou that tellest good
Reclt. There were shophordB.
Reclt. And Lo! the Angel of the
Recit. The Angel said unto them.
Reclt. And suddenly there was
with the Angel.
Chorus Glory to God.
Reclt. Then shall the eyes of the
A1r He shall feed His flock.
Air Come unto Him.
Chorus Hallelujah! '
Miss Helen Dean, soprano.
Miss Anna Bishop, contralto.
Mr. Ernest B. Carder,, tenor.
Mr. E- B. Conant' bass.
MY. August Molzer, first violin.
Mr. Edward Walt, second violin. .
Mr. William Quick, viola.
Miss Lillian Elche, 'cello,
Mr. H. A. French, bass.
Miss Stella Rico, organist.
Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond, conductor.
Tho faculty gymnasium class- which
Iisb been arranged for 5 o'clock on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, hos
met with some trouble In getting tho
use of tho chapel floor at that hour
owing to the changes made for Mrs.
Ruymond's class on. Tuesdays, Wed
nesdays and Thursdays from the old
schedule of Monday Wednesday and
Friday at 5 o'clock. Unless 'Borne ar
rangements can be made fo accommo
date both classes the Taculty class in
gymnasium work will bo necessarily
Engineering Society Notes.
Tho Engineering Society will hold
Its regular meeting, tonight, Decem
ber 18, in tho Temple. Professor
Richards will speak on "Tho Now
Engineering Building Airthhr lBtho
first meeting in the new quarters, a
fujl attendance is desired. Everybody
According to the constitution, mem
bership dues will soon bo delinquent.
Men who have not pafd up should at
tend to It at once. These dues are
payable to any of the officers.
Three passenger trains leave Lin
coln -every day via tho Missouri Pa
cific at 8:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m., and 10; 15
p. m. Through pullman sleeper for
Kansas City leaves every nlht at
10:15 p. m. Tho day express for Kan
sas City and St Louis leaves at 8:00
a. m. For full Information regarding
rates, connections etc., call at city
ticket office, southwest corner Twelfth
and O streets. Depot, corner ftintb
nnd S. ..- '
Jewelry forCTirIlma presents:
JAPANESE X-MAS PRESENTS
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We have just received a large shipment of Japanese goods
for our holiday trade which we will place on .sale at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
-Brass VascsrGandlosticksrFraysr-etc 5Q(rttr$'1O:00'
China Vases, Cracker Jars, Tobacco Jars, etc.,
Hand decorated Pottery, China, etc., at. . .'. .5c to $3.50
G. K. AKAGI & BROS.
Exclusive Japanese Store, 204 So. 12th
Across the street from Herpolsheimers Auto 4921.
Thursday, December 19.
11:00 n. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. "The Messiah."
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior class meets.
G:30 p. m. Lincoln Hotel.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, December 20.
Christmas vacation begins 6:00 p.
m., Friday, December 20, and ends
8:00 a. m., Monday, January 6.
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
Friday, January 31.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore Hop.
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale daily
round trip tickets to nil the winter
resorts of tho south Now Orleans,
Gulf Coast points, Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rateB, time table and all informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. It., Omaha, Neb.
Low Rates. "
Effective November 25, the Wabash
will put In a very Jow rate of $10.00
(second-class), Chicago to Now York.
The Wabash has three solid vesti-
buled trains leaving Chicago dally
from tho Dearborn street station, at
12:04, 3:00 and 11:00 p. m.
Further Information may be had
from Harry E. Moores, G. A. P. D.,
Our discount prices on all Christmas
presents were made when wo marked
our goods. All prices are low. The
University Book Store. . . '
Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Have, your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
The best place to eat In town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
calendars at 340 North
Do you wart to Uve and live,
cheap, if so read this ad and
will take twenty students, either
$3.25 per week and serve up the
application now jor next term.
J T h eW INDSO R HO'f EL
15c to $5.00
Ladiesand Gentlemen If in
the market for a new typewriter
or desiring to rent one, w
would bo glad to hare our sales
man call and demonstrate the
visible Underwood. Yours re
714 P St. Bell 348
DANCE PROGRAMS BANQUET MENUS
817 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
Petry Bakery Co.
Baking Orders Filled Promptly
FINE RICE PPEAD OUR SPECIALTY
PHONE US AND YOUB OBOBB WILL
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THE GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP nl--C16An STORE
W. H. BARTHELMAN, Proprietor .
134 Soulh Eleventh 81. Eait fide
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Hwt NaUentl Bank Rotau, Tenth an! 0
1320 N St., Lincoln, Nab.
right and at the same time live
get In line for next term.. We
ladies or gentlemen to board at
very bestoY-everythlng. Make
Remember. weT guarantee satlsfac- .-
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