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THE DAILY, NEBRASKAN
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Editor-in-Chief Mi A. Mills, Jr., '08
Managing Editor...., Clyde E. Elliott, '09
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Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, us socond-claBS mail matter
undor tho Aot of Conprcss of March -S,
THE FIR8T DEFEAT.
The season of basket ball bus now
fairly begun and nltbougb defeat was
our share In the game Saturday night
with tbo team from Muscatine, we
must not bo cast down. Some tlmos
tho benefits of a god sound drubbing
are far greater than are at first glanco
realized. This certainly will bo the
case in this Instance if it spurs the
basket ball team on to greater endea
vors and at the same time stirs up the
enthuisiasm of the students to a high
er pitch. There is a vast difference in
the Intorest manifested by tho stu
dents In tho two sports football and
basket ball and this discrepancy Is
not entirely Justified by tho intrinsic
merits of tho games. But is partly
duo to tho fact that football has for
Ws claim to. bo the boat GLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
Br to prove it Our methods aro the VERY LATEST and our work
men .the beet; that money can secure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes, without danger of fading or
blinking in any way. We also olean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds.
Ooods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We tfo
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
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Phene Ball 147 1820 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
such a long time been regarded as the
Important college sport. Wo would not
be understood to mean anything to tho
disparagment of tho first mentioned
game, but rather to emphasize the
fact that Nebraska docs not seem to
accord basket ball tho ever increasing
, ponsiderntion apparent in other
schools. Tho growth In popularity oj
hls game this been most remarkabl
in recent' years in fact no other ganv
has reached tho front by such leaps
and bounds of popular approval as has
basket ball. Every tbwn big and llttlo
has its local basket ball team or
teams as tho caso may bo In addition
to tho college or high school team,
thus showing, how general tho hiterest
is. At Nebraska tho game never has
secured the support of the student
body that tho merits of tho game jus
tify from tho standpoint of sportsman
ship. Wo niust nfot forgot that the closo
' of tho footbalf season does not end all
college snorts at the University and
accordingly . tho duty of-tho, student
body.ln.tho matter of support .does., not
end at that time. Come out and see
the"noxtk,game played by' Nebraska's'
ivauj. ww iittvi; a. uvu HITOUB, loum
and tho prospects are bright tor, a very
successful season notwithstanding tho
score In Saturday's game.
Tho offering at tho Lyric theater this
week is eliding more applausgc from
tho audience than any other bill- has re
colvod this season, Tho 'Original
Boot Black Quartetto," with ono mem
ber Imitating the' Straw Man 6f WizSnl
of Oz fame, Boom to plcaso everybody.
Slioan and Williams, comedians, in n
nonsensical piece called the "DiscoV
ory of Nothing," have discovered noth
ing new. "Hints in Soldiery," a mix
ture of Jokes and books; given by No-
blotto and Williams makes the audi-.
ortco roar. Tho Jokes of this act are
bum, but ono of tho workers Is a pret-.
ty woman, and as, such is the case the
peoplo stand for anything. Frank Staf
ford and Miss Marie Stone offer a
pleasing whistling novelty that is the
best act on the bill.
Third International Congress. -
Announcement has been received at
the University o& tho Third 'Interna
tional ('ongress fop the history of re
ligions. Tho congress will bo held'-'at;
Oxford England, on. Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday, September
15 to 18, 1908.
Tho meetings will bo of two kinds:
One, general meetings, for papers or
lecturers of wider Import; two, meet
ings of sections for papers, followed
A copy of the senior play, "The Three
MuBkateers," will bo found at the li
brarian's desk. Please return booTT to
the desk after using it.
Pay your play assessment now and
get good seats.
Tho American Psycologicul Associa
tion and the Western Philosophical As-
sociation met with the University of
Chicago the week after Christmas. Pro
fessor French attended these meetings
and road a paper on Group Self Con
sciousness; a Stage in the Evolution
Yale to Have Forest School.
The committee appointed by the Na
tlonaLJLaimber Manufacturers' Asso
ciation to look' after obtaining $100,000,
to endow a professorship of lumbering
,ln the Yale Forest School, has report
ed that the subscriptions to dato
amounted to $07,500. Fifty thousand
dollars of this endowment, in bonds,
has already been Uirned over, to Yale
University, tho income of which; will
be used for instruction In applied for
estry and lumborlng.
A recent Issue of a Spokane, Wash.,
daily contains a portrait and biography
ical sketch, of George A. Leo, a gradu
ate, of Nebraska, lnftlie cla&a of '.0,
who is now being actively pushed-for
tho Washington legislature. Mr. Lee
bore the reputation of being one of
tho best debaters Nebraska-had over
had. After leaving school ho lectured
undor tho direction of a-'-hceum
The Harvard Medical School
A.Jth.ir,lJ.m ,S2?pfel,Ion ? fho noT bunK. Which yrcro dodloatcdBep.
tcmbcr 2Gth, 1006, thin school now has facilities and equipment fbr"toach
liiK arid "research In tho various branches of medicine probably uhequaled
In this country. Of tho five buildings, four aro devoted entirely to lab-woratory-
teaching and research. Numerous hospitals, afford. abundant-6p-
portunltles for clinical Instruction in medicine and surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D,
-,, 4r fPr- y-?8' course, mcn to. bachelors of nrts, literature, philosophy,!
-'rir HCIcncorarid' to pdrsons' of ' equlvalohr BTandlnfcMtifflstd -thdrt&c$of -lifVl
y. m.v n.uui uj. uiu luuuii j Hiv wnuiij uicuuvo; mcy inciuac labora
tory subjects, general medicine, gone ml surgery ,and !tllo (Special, clinical
The nqxt school year extends
For detailed -announcement and
WHEN YOUR CLOTHES ARE MADE HERE
FOR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN.
TWENTY-ROOM HOUSE within walk
lug ulfltiiiicc. of University. Full corner lot
lots of shade- good, brick sldewnlk. Two
bnth rooms on second floor. Dining-room
largo' cnouKh to seat forty people If desired.
Very small expenditure would makcJt typi
cal Fraternity house. Price and terms
right. Address C05 State Journal, City.
Tuesday, January 14
11:00 a. m. -Memorial Hall.
Convocation So;ig Recital by Mr.
Lillian Dobbs Helms.
11:50 a. m. The Temple
Yv W. C. A.
Wednesday, January 15.
(5:50 p. m. .The Templo.
Yv M. C. A. M Id-Week meeting.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore" Hop.
Friday, January 31.
Baskot-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Informal dance. ,
Saturday, February 1.
Friday, February -21;
Dasket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday,- February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Miss Adelaide Thomas of Tekamah
and Miss Etta Gravelle, of Falrbury,
were campus visitors, Friday and Sat
urday. Why not take your batu at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The best place to eat In town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Elqventh street.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 292
Advertise your wants In tho Ne
braskan. . .
Chapin Bros., florists, J 27 So. 12th.
Patronize Capital Hotel Barber shop.
Talk to Ludwlg abbut your clothes.
fiflT WHATP "vatc dining room for students i
!" ' J r Wc serve the very best of.ieyery
thing arid plenty" of it. Try it for a week; $325 per.
Separate tables for ladies .
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