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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Publication Olflci, 126 "No. 14th Si
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Editor-in-Chief M. A. Mills, Jr., '08
Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott. '09
Manager H.' C. Robertson, '09
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rata of 10 cents por lnsortlon
for ovory (If toon words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho poBtofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ns socond-olass mall matter
under the Act of Connrcsn of March 3,
After rin absence of little over two
weoktj tho student body Is again as
sembled to complete the work of tho
semester. It Is extremely difficult for
many of uh to suffer the transition
from tho pleasures" of the .holidays to
tho work of the present, but neverthe
less this must bo dono. "Mo good can
come from putting off tho evil day, tho
best way to meet the situation Is to
onter at onco and with a good will
Into tho work of the semester. -The
time Is comparatively short until the
semester examinations will be at hand
and in order to have nothing to regret
after they are ovor, it Is welMo put In
tho next three weeks to the best possi
ble advantage. If Now Yenr'B resolu
tion wore yet in order, and possibly
More for Chicago,
John D. Rockefeller has added $2,
019,000 to RTs" gifts to tho University
of Chicago, making the total of his
benefactions over $23,000,000.
Martin A. Ryerson, president of tho
"board or trustees of The University of
Chicago, announced yesterday that
John D. Rockefeller has added $2,919,
000 to his gifts to the university, mak
ing tho total of his benefactions over
It Is also reported that Mr. Jlocke
feller lias offered to treble all the con
tributions to tho memorial library
which tho university is trying to erect
In honor of William R. Harper, its
first president. The trustees have al
ready received $130000 for this pur
poHti and. Jiopa to add. $05,000 to- this
sum, so that with Rockefeller's contri
bution an $800,000 structure may bo
erected on tho campus.
Tho gift announced yesterday, like
most of those preceding it from the
same source, Is to be devoted mainly
to general endowment purposes. Se
curities to the value of $2,000,000 arel
set aside for this purpose, thereby
adding $80,000 to the Income of the In
stitution. Of tho balance, $155,000 is
t be used to wTpo.out a deficit In the
accounts for 190G-7 and $3G,000 will
be dovoted to tho purchase of books,
laboratory apparatus and other equipment.
Frats at Washington.
At the University of Washington
there Is a well developed fraternity
system, nnd some of the strongest na
tional fraternities have chapters in the
Por a western college and one that
is fairly new, the percentage of Greek
letter people is large, as approximately
thirty per cent of- the student body are
momborB of fraternities. In the ten
men's societies there are two hundred
I R ESULTS TELLl
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-man-the-best- that-money -can-secure; - . - - -
W clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. We also olean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
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good resolutions are about as. effective
at-one tlino as another, It might bo
well that every student to whom such
action might be beneflciul should make
Homo resolution to cover this case,
Tho time Is past In tho history of this
school when a nlan could get along by
IiIb wits without inconveniencing him
self by dally exertion. All that counts
now, niul at tho same lime is safe to
rely op, is just plain work.
Tho victory of Johnnie Bonder's
Western Wonders ovor tho St. Louis
team at whoso hands Nebraska re
ceived quantities of rough treatment
came as a complete surprise. It Is hard
to bolleve that Bender's team could
have defeated St. LouIb nad they met
them on Thanksgiving day, at "which
Unio Nebraska was defeated. No doubt
tho long, tiresome trip and the" fact
that tho game was so long out of sort-
son Wbro potent factors In tho determi
nation of the event as reported. But
whatever may be the explanation, It
must bo admitted that tho Westerners
, outplayed tho St Louis semi-professionals
In overy. line of play and de
serve the respect and admiration felt
,b'y Western football enthusiasts '
and fifty members and about one hun
dred nnd thirty women belong to the
i hero are nine national fraternities
and one local, live, sororities and ono
local. The order and date of .their es
tablishment at the University is us
folotyB: Men's Slgnla Nu, 189G; Phi
Oahinia Dolta, 1900; Phi Delta Thota.
1900; Beta Thota Pi, 1901; Sigma Chi,
1903; Kappa Sigma, 1903; Phl"chl
( Pharmacy) 1905; Aluhq-TaiuQniQgar
1900; Sigma Alpha Epsllon, 190G; Dpl
ta Dolta, (local), 1907. t Women's
Delta Qammn,1903; Gamma Phi Beta,
1903; Kappa Kappa Gamma, 3905; ""PI
Beta Phi, 1907 f Alpha. Zl Dolta, 1907;
.Alpha Tau Delta (local), 1903.
How returning to Lincoln before the
holidays .are over affects some Univer
sity students was wolj shown Saturday
night whon two Freshmen -whd had
come back were on tho campus strik
ing matches to see whether It vJasfbed
tlmo by the, sundial. . '
Jennie Whltmore, '08, is sick at her
home in Valley with the ilypthorla.
During .the' Thanksgiving recess hpr
-brother who was a, senior. In, tho Val
ley high school, -died with dyptherla.'
WE'RE NOT TAILORS
We are the only practical
in the state of Nebraska.
We renovate all kinds of
hats and make them f
equal to new. We posi
tively guarantee all of our
Hats Made to Order at Factory
Prices, $2 to $4
LINCOLN HAT STORE
120 North 12th Si., Lincoln.
Tuesday, January 7.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
"Tho Art Exhibit," by Professor
Thursday, January 9.
11:30 a. in. Memorial Hall.
Junior class moots.
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vb. Nebras
ka. Informal dance. v
Friday, January 17
Friday, January 31.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21. '
The Chemical Club will meet Wed
nesday evening In tho Chemical Lec
ture room. Mr. Barneby will dlscusB
"Methods of Iron Ore Annalysls," and
C. J. Frankforter will talk on "Chem
istry at the University of Minnesota."
Lost A European history note book
and Source. Just before vacation.
Finder will confer favor by leaving at
Professor Caldwell was In Madison,
Wisconsin, during tho holidays.
V, F. Holllstor, instuctor In electrical
engineering, is confined to his bed
with tho grippe.
The Forestry Olub will meet In U.
no nl SQveno'clock this evening. , .
Why npt take your bath at Ohrls'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
lowllng, Billiards, Pttl ana1 Clears
The Finest Place In the West. 934 P Street
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Welcomes all students and Invites you,
to enjoy-our" smoking and Reading
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The best, place to qat In town Is at
Dons. Cafe 114 P. Eleventh -street.
V" Oft' ky
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