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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1908)
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THE PROPERTY: OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
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Editorial and Business Office!
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
n , P ostofflce. Station A,, Lincoln, Nebw
assure'.' tMsV happy state ef ' asairs
sYfry ,Kyalfstiident,aad' faculty teem
ber should feel 'iWils: duty to icftid a'
helping, hand, And In our final word
we would suggesty-nT? means of In
creasing Ihe Mdettof bf th'6 Dally:
Nebraakan la tjate future; the close and
vital iritoresfe'of the stuaont body Is
equally important .with an eftcleat
staff. T ' " .
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INDIVIDUAIi NOTICES will be charged
for at the rate of 10. cents per. Insertion
for evory flf toon words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly be published fret.'
TnntnrAri t thn ' naatofllca at Lincoln.
Nebraska, aa second-class mall matter,
.under the Aot of Conferees of March s.
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- Thia number of thq Nebraakan will
conclude the issue for the first semes
ter and will also, mark the end of the
labors o the present editorial and'
business staff. It is with fepllngs very
'n'ear regret that we turn frbjn ths
work, nqt that everything is onjoyablo
i.n Jtf.ork of this, sort, for such isnot
the. case, yet me pleasant . icaiures,
easily displace from our memory the'
unpleasant.' and there is nothing loft
.iomar our recollection. It. has been
the, ambition of the. present staff to
.eschew everything that bore any re-
semblance to yellow Journalism and at
all tiiftos to manifest' a wholesdmo re-
Bpct for fac,ts as we found them. In
c,Uier words, to give, everyone a square
eal and. never abuse the privileges
' wfl possessed by virtue of having
'ciiafgo of the college daily has been
our hopo. If wo have at tlmes,and
jlp, ,th.e judgment qt some, .overstepped
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y v;,r-rqhr. Ihe" .BUslrtess fflinir.' j ',
'- With' hls issW 'the present Irian-'
agement of the Dally Nebraskah re
tires '.and .transfers "rcsporislbility, for.
the paper to. Otter hanas.A in aomg
so wo wish to exDross our , real appre
ciation for- the manner inl which' the
paper has been supported by the. fac
ulty, student body of the University,
andby'the'bUBiness' men of Llcoln.
The former by their prompt payment.
of subscriptions and the latter by
their generous advertising have made
it nofiHlblo'for the .Nnhraskan .to main
tain a high Standard of college Ijour-'J
nnllBm In spite of a general Increase
in expenses and a univorsal tendency
to retrenchment in. advertising, v .,
Kfearty commendation 'lsduew' all
who ihave contributed time and effort
to the monotonous "grind" of getting
out the paper. .May the new manage
ment have the same ldyal support arid
assistance during, the coming semes
ter. HUGH.C. ROBERTSON.
To Studenta of Mathematics.
The next meeting of the' Mather
matlcal seminar will .be hold on Satur
day, February 1st, at 7:30 p. .m., in
room SOI M. A. All studenta inter
ested, either in pure mathematics, or
.In ItH nnnillpjiirnn in nrohlflmn nro-
s'e&ted in engineeririg and other ap-'
piled sciences, are cordially ' invited
to attona. ' 'Aside from the two pa
pers to be presented, one by Dean
Dpvl8 and the' other by Dr. Brenke,
there will be discussed plans for fu
It Is proposed to vgrant one hour,
credit for regular attendance and for
the presentation of the results' of .a
problem selecte'd and ' worked out
feithoc independently or under the di
rection of an- instructor.
It is .hoped .that a considerable num-
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With tho comnlfttlon of thn nnw hiilldlnu-B twhloh wnrn AtA1nAiA Stan.
fember Mth 1806, thB. school jiqwha facllUea.ahAfc.iWlWiaJlt; JX timi
Ink 'ahflr ' research' in the various , branches of medicine probably itneqlaleJi
111 thlB eoilntrv. Of thn 1va VmhKntra tnitr nrn ilnvntml Antlralv ta Aax-
. oratory teaching1 and research.- Numerous, hospitals affoW abundant - ,
portunltlcs for clinical Instruction Jn medicino and Burgery. x.
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r ur 'hjbwii, ,na, w poisons pi equiyaionV'HianxiinK jeaoa' io , ma '.degree m.
u. . uurHi.uuipB oi mo iourin year r are- wnony ciccuve, inoyiaetue wura
.Mary 'V subjects.! ' ffeneral. hfcdldno. KGhe'iklV BursrorV knd 1'tha' miI4U MnlA
course r.on theoeqree of m d.
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a- rour .yjcnra" coarse, .open or bachelors of arts, IltOraturo, philosophy.
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: ..The next: school year extends from October 1, 1908, to.' Juae 2i, 490e.
. The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
iFOrVaoUtlIcd' announcement. and eatalosmo. address ..'
A 'HARVARD MEDICAL i'SCHOOlV Bestoh. t Msm. . ?-, '.' 'j H'
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20--PER CENT DISC0UNT--20
,Qpme in and exapijme, pur ney? Jiine of
Spring Goods. . TWEiNTY per cent Bis
count on allFall and "Winter Suits.
DRESHER FalhiHabie TAILOR
143 SOUTH TWELFTH St.
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Wsclalm to. be the' bast OLBANERS and DYBRS, In Lincoln , and are
Mrs to pVbve It ", Out msthods arothe VEDRY LATEST aid ottr workV
lBMB thfjftsat 'that mdney can ilecurb. ' .--. ' r; i , c
W slew.tlis fineat dreads and robes without danger otfadlngior
l.thrinklng. In any way. L We' alio olean gentlemen's olothlng of all kinds.
Oeeds celled for and delivered. All goods tkbrdaghiyiWrlHi'ed. We do
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.the limit ,so set forth', if was hecauso
L9f-mls'taken judgment- and, not; because
of a "'deliberate t'iritontforf to wllf ullyi
trijure an. fnriocen't party-;' F6t the sin;
to'f omlsBlori, which by tho way coyeVu
Iby far 'the largerfleldthere Is, noth
ing, to ..bo4-pleaded excejpt lack of .tlmo!
and space; k , '
. . To ihpse members of the faculty'
'arid suderit hody who from nuclear
iraroepirou ui uio iiouuh vi v. college;
i paper. are ever ready to supply re
porters with notys and, tho balance of
(the. staff with, encouragement we ten:
'de btir most sincere thanks, For the
iri'owa of iatorest and Importance in a
' college comniunlty like this which the
, facplty iPPsaBs and refuse,; or at least,
.refrain, . from divulging would flir ari
tim 'daily;1 ye cfanet help hut feel,
fateful to professor whorls 'broad
-'enough to take the interest of the
college publication into the cirple of
'Ws" consideration. Ifpr all the many
"fnvoVs of this uature We 'ar'e dily5
'gratefub and t in -addition to this spirit
of gratitude ' ther'e is the hbpek that
41a nhf nnnrlir lAr4-AV varlll Va.afl ffABJ
uic nutu uwnij Qiobvvu nut uu m a
neW Postal ruling.
By a recent order of the Postmaster.
Qenieral, no daily' newspaper ' IS al
lowed to send copies to SubicrlberS
vyho are three 'months or m6re In ar
.rears.. There are a few, of. the sub
t'acrlbers to the Dally Nebfaskan who
are In arrears to that extent and un
less payment Is; made in the' hear fu-i
ture the subacrlptions' wlil.'be stopped
W( trust that this Will hot be neces
sary and that the circulation of this
paper may not need te be reduced .by
tthe overajflht of .sorqe of .our friends
if your 'subscription lsJ unpaid, klpdiy
mall a money order o draft to the
minager' as S6on as cohvehlent
orously. treated as we freely acknowH
odfeo ourselves t$ have Veen. Much,
ccanpe accomplished by a college dally
even In Its rathert rsatrfcted'field. but!
M.JrfiXr tha.t-.thei,gretest s.SryXqssi
uu petxuiiucu ii, ib priiunuiy wiouvim
ber of students will come and take'
part in the discussipu of these plans.
"" J. M KINNBYi Secretary.
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--' ir Prof. Phillips.
Mr; 'F J." Phillips'; hed-oi tHo, For-'
estry 'Depkrtm'nt appeared .for tKo
"flrsVtlffier,Ibefore, the 'Nebraskk Park
and Forestry Society which has been
holdlrig iheetlngs in this" cltty. the past
week, . He also addressed the State
Horticultural- Society.' In both In
stances Professor JPhUlips4.jnade a
most favorable Impression and several
of his hearers expressed 'their isufprisd
at. Nebraska having such a bright and.
able man at the head of the f oresttry
Tho ladles of the "Komerisky."'- 0lub
will give. thep following program to-;
night: v1 . '.' VI " :V
Piano Solo .Miss Mollie Uldrich
Leap Year Miss Abbie Brlch
Poem ,,Ii!stM'. . . .Miss .Anna Kdstofys
Vocal Solo. .Miss Irma.Sadllek
Paper "Mrs. V. Naprstek". ......
. Mrs. Fred JHerman
dihreas.. , , , . , ... . .Miss Sarah Hrbek
JnBtruihentat DUet. .';...:'. '
., , .... .,-Misses Krlsl and Herman
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Tourar, fare wouHl 'paV foit nics
t .xuurvw, ro wuuit vny xora.. nic
Saturday, January 25. '
8:00 p. m. Medical Society meets.
"Election of "officers.
8unday, January 26.
4:00 p.m. Lyric Theater."
Y. W. C. A. meeting.
Saturday, February 1.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 2i.
. Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
, Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
-Big lot 5.00 shoeB, $3,60'.' Sander
son's Sale. :
t Lostr Dolta Upslloh pin at Frater
nity Haldurlng Soph9piorQjHop. Re
wurd for' return 66., this b.fiice.
'T'yribt'take- your hath .at OhrIs';
" The best place to eat ia.'towri is at
lJons .sjare 114 ho. Eleventh street. -
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Dr. Chae. Yosngtfut. dehUst 22
Burr Blk. , . fc
Chapiri Bros., florists, ill So. 12th.
Patronbse Capital Hotel Barber shop.
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Eat at Flam's,
A. NEW COURSE,.
The Department of Greek offers a
new course for the second semester.-.
This coursewlll.be known as vQreek
in English" Course 2b and will em
phasize .the study "of English Words,
especially modern aclentlflc terms, de
rived and borrowed from Jhe Greeks
language. It la Intended primarily for
those who may wish to obtain, In" one.
semester a fair knowledge of , the
Greek elements In our own language.
It may also be used as preparation for
second year Greek (course 3) i "it will
be a five hour courae Dwll at 11:00
Jn,.U. 201 by Professor Lees.', v ?
Consultation, any afternoon, offjee,
f215-U. r1- rr- ' ,f
Effective November 25,-thei:Wabash
will put in a, very ow tate .of, $10.00
(second-class),; Chicago to New York.
, .The. Wabash' has' three solid "vesti
huled. trains leaving Chicago dally
frojm the Dearborn street .station, at
12 i 04, :3 : 00 arid 11 : 00 p. ' m; , -
-FuHher InfdrmatioD: 'may bo 'had.
from Harry B. Moores, Q. A. P. D.r
Omaha, Neb. . ,y,
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
ine waoasn nav on. sale ( dally
round trip tickets to', all the" winter
'resorts' of the" SoUthNew .Or'lMs, .
Quif Coast pttnTSi Florida, ;Caba, West
ladies, etc,, etcr , For descriptive book
lets, fates,, time tableland all informa-'
ilori address Harry 'B..Mobl:es, . A.-"
P. D Waba'sh ft. R., Omafia; NeK -.
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k;'.lostH-Xn Mechanic Arts hUiWirig,
Saturday,- a case jot K. & E. 'drawing
instruments. Finder please return to
Nebraskah'offlktid deceive foVafdr
Found-rA pair: &f- leather gWves,
bearing tho mark tfl. 'G. H. Qwnefr
will .find, same at Nebraakan office.
LLAtob ' Sld locket wiih
Phi Kaiiba Par mounting, ".between
1536 P street and University campus.
GOT WHATP Pyivratc dktok ( room for; studenkv
uui it nn i r wiv:.
thing and plenty of it; Try;it for a .weefc-o QQS'.-ipir.
. Sds,njnrf ffcVfjiriliMt rnv lssrlis .
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