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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1908)
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THE ART EXHIBITION.
Bvery student is urged to make au
ot.peclal effort to attend tho art exhi
bition now being held In Art Hall, not
alone because of tho good It will do
the Individual, but because of the good
it will do the University. The pu;
"pose of this exhibition Is to build up u
permanent gallery to become a part of
the equipment of the University, ll
will be not only a very valuable, but
a most attractive addition to the ad
vantages offered by tho University.
It Is planned to purchase three of
the pictures now being exhibited and
every dollar will help to make this
possible. These three pictures jutti
"Canal at Bruges," by Charles Wur1
' ren Eaton, valued at $1,000; "The
January 24 8:30 p.
Fortune Teller," by Lewis F. Mora,
valued at f 1,500, and "Market nt Mor
el, Franco," by Frederick J. Mulhaupt,
r valued at $500.
THE .FOOTBALL CAPTAINCY.
'Tho uncertainty arising from the
continued failure to elect a footlbail
captain Is a source of serious wor
to' those who have the interests of next
season's football prospects most a I
heart. The oholco'of the right man
for the place Is a matter of very con
siderable moment and worthy of tho
best' judgment of those upon whom
the duty devolves. In affairs of this
kind where4 ihe, influence may oxtend
far beyond tho Individual, personal
considerations should' not have tho
satno- weight tliat might be entirely
Justlffalilo 'under other" conditions. It
Is said' and' with, every' show of reason j
lint nrJrttv 1 nnr liittm tlinli ta ,mnn
on th'etehhwho rimong those eligible
isbe'st.fltXed-fof 'this plaqe. This Is
ope,. . . of -the .strongest -arguments
ngainst'the system 'of selection by
pdpiHar-'vote of tho student body in
practice at, many other schools. r For
siho reason that tho matter In that
event Is1 largely itaken out of the hands
ot tho men possessed of flrst'hand In
formation a io which of a given num
ber to be selected from, 1b best adapt
edtotho position. They know which
man posses In the highest degreo tho
quality which marks him as tho one
' who will contribute tho largest shnro
to tho Huccefls of the team so far as
his offlco as .captain is concerned, and
will affect tho outcome. It is to be
hoped that no other considerations will
animate this year's "N" men that sim
ply the one consideration which now
hi the man for the place. It is hard to
rise above and forget the other con
siderations, but such Is the duty and
test of those who are truly men.
in view of tho complete change In
the staff of the Nebraskan for the
coming semester and the many open
iLgs for the Journnllstlcly Incline
student, It would be well for those who
wlBh to do work along this lino to be
gin to make arrangements according
ly. The only way to make the Nebras
kan a paper of merit and usefullness
Is for It to have tho support of tha
University public. This support Is
best manifested by., doing something
positive for its good. It takes tho com
bined efforts of a number of Interest
ed workers to accomplish such an end.
The attitude that the college dally Is
something in which nono but those
Immediately Interested have an inter
est, Is entirely wrong. Every student
should feel that he has a duty to per
form In this connection, and that when
a call is made for reporters an oppor
tunity to exercise his duty is offered.
Don't hang back and wait for soif
one else, but respond at once with but
one object In view, namely to make
good and to serve to the end of the
Memorial Ha.ll. 50c
Special Class In Entomology.
Owing to.the continued and Insistent
demand for trained entomoliglstB,
Professor Bruiier is instituting a spe
cial training clnss In entomology, the
purj)ose of which Is to prepare young
men to -All positions In government;
station and state work along entomo
logical and related lines. Tho train
ing Is lntonded to include both tho
economic and systematic features", as
well as museum and field work The
course, jvlll begin tho flrst.of next se
mester and continue through at least
two- sbltool years. This course " Is'of
fered only overy third yoarv ,v
A meeting of Interested parties for
disciiBBlnglho plana and scope of
the proposed work Is called for Wed
nesday evening tho fifteenth in the of
fice of tho slate ontqrnollgist at tho
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Htaio uiriu. ino ume ts' eigne aciocKr
Mr. Porter, pf York, president of the
Cement User.s' Association, wus In Lin
coln yesterday making arrangements
for the 'convention of the association
wJiIch. will bes hold-;durlng February,
7"he 'convention' will lie'etMn the Tern
ple,wid'a, display .of. concroto. mater
will be made In the bnsement.
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FOR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN.
TWHN'TY-ItOOM nOUSE within walk
Iiik dlHtnnco of University. Full corner lot
-lots of Hhndc good brick sldcwnlk. Two,
bath 1001ns on second floor. Dhilng-room
lnrge enough to sent forty people If desired.
Very hiimH expenditure would mnkc It typi
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right. Address E03 State Journal, City.
Wednesday, January 15.
It; 50 a. m. Tho Templo.
Y. W. C. A. Noon Meeting.
6:50 p. m. Tho Temple.
Y. M. C. A. MId-Weok meeting.
Thursday, January 16.
8:00 p. m. Chemistry Lecture Room.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore' Hop.
Friday, January 31.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Saturday, February 1.
Basket-ball, Nebraska ys. Missouri.
Friday, February 21.
Lincoln Hotel. . .
Junior Prom. - -
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas. -
The German Club will meet with
Miss Vera Molqulst, 936 South Four
teenth, Thursday evening.
Now Is tho ume to buy swell, up-to-date
shoes and slippers. Twenty-flvo
to seventy-five per cent discount on
all broken lots. Sanderson's Sale
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons- Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Tho best coffee I ever drank that
served in The- Boston Lunch. Try It.
Matt's place Pool and' cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Why not take your bah at Chris'
bath hoilse, Elevouth and P streets?
Eat at Elairi's.
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fWE HAVE GOT ITT'
'fiOT WHAT P"te dWng room for students;
" ft lift I h weerc thc very f best of every.-
thing and plenty of it. Try it for a week "$3,25 7per."
Separate tables for ladies
THE NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
is ging to. help you, bat
by making a special
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