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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. ,
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will gladly be published free.
' Entered at the postoffice at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as seoond-clasa mall matter
under the Act off Conferees of March 8.
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college spirit generally. The only, ad
monition that has-been persistently
kept, before the students is that con
duct' prejudicial to the boat interests
of the. University 'will not bo toler
ated, no matter whether it result
Ipom an excess of zeal , orf rombad
Judgment or what-not... Further than
ithls the classes' have-from'' year to
year ) bepn permitted p Indulge In
such-rivalry as, the occasion seemod
to-warrant-wlthontrostraint.- -- -
The point thatChe freshmen failed
to; see was the gravity ...of ja refusal to
furnish the'Chancellor ' with" the 'ln
formatloridemanded by him. "Np ma&
ter how strong our sympathlesmay
be tor the men who have been pun
ished, wo must admit that such an
attitude "toward the head of. this In-
wrong -and is opposed 'tor. the beat ln-
tfregtsofj the University Should
there ever be In the experience pi any
student demands made .upon ,hlm such
as he in his wisdom couid not accede
to, 'this institution, is not the place
for him. It ls,Je88eniiat for the well
being of the student asiwol as the
University ' as a whole that ttils point
do Kept in mma ana as loyai biuuwuib.
It ft our duty to recognlzQ and uphold
'this" principle. ,. , "'
A New Demand for
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fiTrR are nnlnino ' - - ?
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-T While the long gloves are holding
: Tttielr ' GwhSiormuch. dressyjvyear,
. there fs a general demand for sliort
gioyes,. not oniviur birccL i?ut io
vy - wear with many long sleeves that
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are being used.
. GloveBr'yith4wo clasps in extra qual-
. x.-'T .ili-: kj sa.am
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n l m T JisrLSsr.'2Vir''r':,i J itiily- .' IWjjf
jprouun vjriuvtja, jcornu b xjuiviuio.. iu ivyu..
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all1 COlOrs i . . .: V. ..".. ,rs . .. , r:7f
o ', - KIDNAPPERS.
Now that the incident "relative, to
.the' abduction df -the Sophomore mas
ter "of oeTemonies Is closed by' thd
Nummary Intervention of the 'authorities-
of th University, there is little
left but the lesson to bo learned there-i
friJm.. The situation now Isthat the
central figures ,6f this little drama
have all been' disponed ot ' In .one way
ot"ahothois-tb)at is to'' say, ine-ohject
o'f 'tho freshman machinations 'Is 'at
liberty ' and' the' ' alleged perpeiratofs
df 'theJ dedd 6avo been temporarily
dismissed 'from' the UniyefsityT Wiffii
dut 'doubt this affair was entered into
oii the Dart of this year's men wii&
out duly weighing the. final "comSc?
a"uences of thedri-actlon. Wliowrj-ttmeBbyUqyefpr'ihe'o' He be
theyrwere Bptirred en to this action Uevod' that It -vyould be impossible for
' . "John C. Calhoun."- ' " '
, Thursday morning Professor Cald
welV gave a- lecture on- "Johnr.G. Cal
houn" "before PrdfessoF HoWardls
class in Political Science 8. This Is
the period in our" history on 'which
Professor" Caldwell has" specialized
and hislecture was full of now thought
tor the student.
"He declajred that Calhoun was' not
a destructive statesman, as sohie peo
pie consider him, but wni rather a
conscientious man Influenced at all
vFrench: Gloves, Centeineri's' .1), two f "f ,',..
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Other materials; other makes, other priceg.W..
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with your eyes' ia downright recklessness. Your, eyes are entitled to the
'best of care. Thoy should bo properly attondod to as Boon as thoy Bhow
any need of care. They do. show their meed sooner or later. , 'In such cases
uonsuit ut. consultation rr , . ,
HalUtt, Optometry Specialist. 1134 0 St.
' , EStABLiafHED 1871 ,
. UNIVERSITY BUJULTIN
. - a Fr,(??y' January. 3;7 ,
Basket-ball, Nebraska, vs. Missouri.
:tlnfprnial?;dance.;lllX. ': ..J f' ' --.
r Saturday, February1 1 r r - ""
Basket-ball, ''Nebraska vs.- v'Mis'sburl.
. , , Friday, i February, 21 . .i ;
LlncolncH6tel. ,-- j
Junior 'Prom., ,- , ."',,','
, Basket-ball; Nebraska vb.1 Kansas.'
Saturday, Tebruary 22. '' " '
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs;' Kansas.
FOB SALE,AtMEt BAfteXlN.
, .. jlLWENy Y-ROOM HOUSB ..within walkV
lnedlatanto or University. Faircorhw lot
r-rlotHof ehade good brick; sidewalk; Two'
bathr-rooniSTon-sccondntloor.- Ulnlnff-room"; ""
largo enough to Boat forty people If desired. -Very..
small 'expenditure would , make It typi
cal Fraternity., house.' ' Price 'and 'terms
right vA.ddress.C05 State-Jbdmalf-dty,; "
U-J i '-J .i -, ' ,.
i' Eat. at ElamBi '
. Shoe salepten. to 'fifty pertcent dls- ,
count' on all shoes except Douglas,,
Vaikover and ' SoroslB."-' Rogers "and,
Perkins ,', ", " " ' ,: '
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Sanderson's sale Is the place. to ,iby(
Swell shoes' cheap.; , . '.-, Uj1 jvJv
.Chapln roa., florists. ,127 'Bo. i2t&J a
Jby'tMe conduct of th'e second year men
oarllor in the year In the 'matter of
tho abduction of one of the candi
dates for the' presidency 6 the resh-
- man class or were merely actuated
.by a, determination to.knitdo estab
lished precedents Is a' matter of con
jecture.. v Be that, as rt may, the fact
remains that thoseof the freshman
class responsible in this mutter, cer
tainly overstepped the bounds of
sound judgment when this pUfiwas
originated, It would certainly seem
that some thought of the, ultimate
consequence of a too greatly -pro?
' longed absence.- from lectures upon
the captive would have bpen consid
ered, kand, .furthermore, what the post
tion,,pA,tho Executive Department ot
itbe.nly.ersity.must of necessity be,
In t the matter. It Is entirely unlikely
iha$,,;a.ny.' outside interference espe-
'claJly,lrom,,the University authorltiesi
wouid have been manifested had there
:aot 'bepn the yory- apparent demand.
or't jsuch pfd'clal Vctlon.. At anyjrate
'lTjnjiiE Vpfgpjttpd IJcSii .there has!
bea'ao'LfcendeBcypn the part of the
authorities to interfere in the proper
and legitimate display of class and
two different Vaces, one the Inferior
pf therdther, iolive" together as equals.
He desired to preserve the union' by
making It, possible, for .each section
to regelate its. social affairs.
The first number of the , Alumni
Magazine, published by the Alumni
Association .of .American Rhodes
Scholars, has just been issued. It con
tains an article by the president pf the
association, Richard F. Scholz of the
department pf history, entitled "A Pro
gramme," in which ho 'makes a plea
for "-the spread of the International
club mdyemont, ii
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University of Oklahoma BurniT"
On Friday, December 20, the main
building of the University of Okla
homa was destroyed y'flrp. Theoss,
Is estimated at 100,000' with 50,000
Insurance. Four years agpthetmaln
building of the University at. Norman
burned. It is intimated that the uni
versity may be moved to some other
Sweeping Reductions on
All Kensington Suits and
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pplntv In. Oklaflioroa.K
,Mr. Ojardft Currle,'e-19Q8, of Ra
venna, 'NebT.,"ls visiting at "the Delta
Tau Deka house this week.
Blue and Hack suits excepted. Men who know this'
estoblishmentandrthe high character of pur Kensing .
Jon clothes . will-, apeciale this Opportunity to.-buy
viiunx .voijr uiuvu uixyioi uiiucu ti .-
1$4Q iSuita and ,Qfcoats, now $32 '
. . $35 Stiifs and" Ocoats now $28
r"$30 Saitsand 0oats now $24
$25 Suits and O'coats, now $20 "
( hjjzIi Niiits and LJcfjats. nnw Sift
'Men'.who take pride in thefit and style of their clothes.'1
will be intere8teddn, these.
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