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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1908)
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TH& DAILY NEBRA8KAN
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THE-UNIVERSITY' OF NEBttAgKA.
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Nebraska, as .. second-class .mail matter
undor the Aot or Conpress of March 8,
1879. f .
the Basket-ball .team.,,
Tho first oxhlbttion of the. real
strength ot this year's 'varsity- basketball-team
was givon last-weok In the
series of- games played in Kansas and
.Missouri winning, as they did, -every
game of tho- schedule. This demon
strates 'vory clearly that ' intorest
token .by the students In this very
jqpulrsjoori Is; as great as In the
past.. The schedules of games for the
season, will ,bring many good games
here a, fact worthy pf remembrance.
And, furthermore Nebraska must coa
tlnuo In the lead in this branch" of
athletics as well as others ahd in
order to do this It Is essential that
the members of the team bo made to
reel that they' are representing the
University of (Nebraska j that their
'. Jt ttl1 nonsy cam secure.
HJwf-?-tliefln,t ! Mdroits nitkout danger of fading or
22Sfiii waJe "k0 olto nUemn's clothing of all 5ds!
;S anl rspaifingde "" A" thr0UfWy ,terlV VfS
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
J. C WOOD &CO.
fhtna Bell W 1S20 N tTRIET,.
interests aro our interests, and finally,
that tholr achievements are accorded
the consideration that It their due.
We .must, In 6ther. words, impress tho
basket-ball team with tho fact that
the students aro behind hem. There
is no branch of athletics or of any
othor University student activity that
does 'not need the active support of
the University community as a whole.
And ;if this Is for any reason denied
the-'rqsult'cari not help but be medioc
rity.' What wo want' Is Nebraska to
lead In every lino and If this is not
possible, wo want tho number of
.things in which Nebraska oxcols as
largo as possible. ;
,, -, CHAPEL ATTENDANCE.
'it Again it seems advisable to bring
to' the attention of the students the
matier of regular attendance at chapel
and urgo those who have overlooked
the 'importance of this to determine
at once lipon'a different lino of con
duct. JJay -after day and weok. after
week quostlons'qf general Interest
and Importance to,us as collQgo men
and wpmei are discussed.' The kind
'.,9rryc.s , iho people; are secured
'& th convocation " committee only
after the ,nost flainstaklng. sflont' and
In maky lastorices eveVthe effort' of
the committee, wouldrova; unavail
Ing If It woro not haf the Interest in
colloge students andtho hope ot help,
ing them furnishes. - the compellinic
force.- We should, hear, these, things
in iiiiuu uiiii niri. iiHr -frnfirn lint- mar
'therb aro many wayiTot spending lime
by far less profitable, than.jby going
to convocation. The purpose of the
chapel porlod Is to. offer the faculty
and student ah opportunity of hear
ing tho opinions 'of eminent people
along many lines of 'interesting study.
It Is one of tho' greatest advantages
of a college experience and one which
will bo most seriously missed -when
tho college course -of tth -.fn!rnt a
endod and these opportunities aro no
longer so goneroiisly o'ffered! ' .Qf
courso-lt is not possible for us to get
all the good -things out of a-.collefco
course If for no other reason thnn
the great abundance thereof)- but it
should ftbo tho determination of air to
avail themselves of' iheso- Important
things. - '
In connection 'with' tho -foregoing,
the coming of Dean Briggsof Har
vard Unlvorsity next Thursday should
be mentioned. This -gentleman is one
of the foreraostl'mon in -educational
circles In America and for this reason
tho students of this University should
make every effort to ho present at
convocation Thursday morning. . -'
First semester examinations, except
for the College of Law, begin Satur
day,. January 25, with Philosophy 1,
from 9:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m.,, and
all divisions of Rhetoric 1 from 1:15
p. m.( to 3:15 p. m.
Other examinations will be held tho
week of January 27 to February 1, In
clusive. c Registration will be held according
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to the following schedule:
Wednesday, January- 29 Freshmen.
Thursday, January 30 SophomoroB.
Friday, January 31 Juniors,
Saturday, February 1 Seniors.
Unclassed and new students mav
register on any of theso days.
A late registration " fee will - bo
charged beginning with Monday, Feb
' , 8ophomore Claw Meeting.
Tho Sophomore class meots In
Memorial Hall Thursday morning at
11 ; 3Q, Several mattors of importance
will be presented to the class for their
.uuoiuuiuuuu, mciuuing. tne matter or
representation in tho Cornhusker.
The reports of tho standing commit
tees will also bo given. All members
are urged to bo present.
Tho University Farm transmission
lihe was cut iuto service Saturday
and the lights and motors at tho Farm
aro now being supplied with power
from tho malnplanfc'on the campus.
Alj lockers' must bo ppen foVinspec
tlon'n Thursday, January' 23," at 5:00
fy fo JZ order of Captain Workleer,
'Wltll- Mm Mtnnlatlnn
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porun,t.es-pr clnl :KSc,yonnmdTcno8aP abW
COURSk' FOR VMS? ntnacr n. .. ii
.. L4i four ye!,, bourse, open to
- For detailed announcement and
HARVARD . MEDICAL
Havs Yr CLOTHES
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j, Friday, January 24. i
Sophomore Leap Year- Informal.
Saturday, February '1.
Basketball, Nebraska .vs.. Missouri.
Friday, February, 21.
Lincoln Hotel. v " .
'-Junior Prom; '
Basket-ball,' Nebraska vs. Kansa3.
" Saturday, February 22.
- Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
All candidates for degrees at Mid
Winter Commencement, February 14,
are asked to report at the ReglstrAr's
"Sub threw rod hot coals at ma,
While mamma was snoozin','
Pa exclaimed, 'Another, time,
, Pray aim hotter 'Susan.' "
Lost Fob and gold locket, with
Phi Kappa Pel mounting, between
1536 P street and University campus.
A sign "that examination, week Is
approaching DK " Oramb was ' seen
with a book yesterday.-
Lost Delta Upsilon pin at' Frater-
nuy wan during Sophomore Hop. Ro
ward for return to this office.
The Daily Nebraskan for the
malnjier of thei school year, $1.50.
Matt's place Ppol and, cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 0. Bj'oventh street.
The best place to eat In townIs at
Doas Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
' Why not take your bath at Chrlsr
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
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Eat at Emm's. - --
FOR SALE AT QREAT BARGAIN,
TWENTY-nOOM. HOUSE within walk
Hug illstnijco of University. Pull corner lot
lots of shade-fcood brick sldoWallc. Two
oath rooms on second floor. -Dining-room
Inifce cnpuKh to seat forty .people. If desired.
Very small. expenditure would make It typl
eal Fraternity house. Price and "terms
right.. Address 605 State Journal, city.
GOT WHAT? rivt! dinin room for siud&tsi'
;.-)", . We serve the very, best of every
thing and plenty of it. Try it for a week, $3.25 perV
Separate tables for ladies
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