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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1908)
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UpnV ThlB la noV-roverflod; the re
tirement Is nil on the part of (ho per
-potrntors of tho joke. Perhaps this
'Recounts'-for thounusunl activity in
class politics just at present.
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JCntored at tho poatofneo at Mncplns
Ncbrafekn. as second-class mall matter
under tho JVat of ConirrcBji of March 8.
Owing to tho conflicting dates of tho
Junior Informal nud tho Basket Ball
Informal last Saturday night Manngor-
Eager 1b about eighty dollars la debt
and th4Urilor- clnss has taken' In nil
tho sheekles. '. It Is unfortunate,
bo Jang as tho Junior clasB oxpects to
havoV.ty3. regular dance bo soon, that it
should flje a- date conflicting with tho
arrangomonis of the athletic man
agers, gasket, ball should rocelvo
tho support of all and 'particularly
of .class organizations.
In addition to causing the financial
embarrassment of the athletic man
ager, ;so many dances are croating a,
veritable panic among tho students ac
customed to attend these affairs.
Every organization in school is perhaps
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Th'e Dally Nobraskan, Lincoln, Ne
I thought I better wflto nnd tell you
what tho boys In Kansas City are do
ing in tho name of our ALMA MATER.
Wfe have organized what Is known
as "THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRAS
KA CLUB." Tho rmembersfiip of thlB
club Is composed of all who wore over
In regular attendance at tho Univer
sity and who possess the "Nebraska
Our organization was formell about
two weeks hgo and ft-few nlghtB ago
our President, Dr. William E. Craiqor,
entertained the club in royal style, at
tho Sexton Grill Room. Dr. Craner is
ouo of those boys who attended thel
University away back In '1884, and Is
still ava young nnd'oB full of tho Ne
braska Spirit as any of us..
We plan on gottmg tho club togethor
for noon-day lunch about once a
1 month, and an occasional evening
spread will bq had, to which the Co
eds will be invited.
If you can assist ub in getting track
of any Nebraska nion down this way
whom wo have not yet found, kindly
do so. Very truly yours,
ROSCOE J. ANDERSON,
Such a lettor speaks well for the
institution that has educated these
loyal alumni. A club of tho boys of
'84 would probably be an Impossibility
in such a plnco as Kansas City, but a
University Club is not only feasible,
but pleasurable and advantageous.
. ofllio clasp.
la canyr It's
- flat tho otoly bao'-
lutcly flnt chup carter
U tlio IMclitbn.' 'Mill!'.
(ins of men know this buy
them nud war them. Tho Trca'r
ii there, nnd tliey cost only a quarter
a nnlr. Remember it.
riaktftf SrlAklt Cl.,'71l Mmrr St., PmumrMU
. nrc anatlo -of
pitro silk ucb.
new. c.xcluslvcr-vail- 4
f I ejy't ;cnough to af Isfy jr i T
jj cycryhojlyjj AU(ntc(AltprJt8 ', ?jj
nru in iu'iiv.v iiicKci-imucti uruss.
If your dcriler can't supply you, a
pair will be tent upon receipt of price.
mim trMWKEH tMrtNtttS' . il 'A
20--PER CENT DISCOUNT. -20
Como in and examine our now line of
Spring Goods. TWENTY per cent Dis
count on all Fall and Winter Suits.
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Goods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly BTorillzoT. We 3b
altering and repairing.
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Thursday, February 6. " ,
11:00 h. m. Memorial Hall'.'
Convocation. Song Recital by Mrs.
E. B. Conant. ' '
11:30 a. m. Nebraska Hall 210.
Medical Convocation, Mir. B. H.
Friday, February 7.
8:00 p. in. 8 Mollck Court.
English Club meets with Miss Alice
Law Hop. .
Saturday, February 8.
7:.i0 p. m. -University Hall 102.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Friday, February.- 21. -Lincoln
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
entitled to give a dance if it -wants to,
but the thing is being carried to an
extreme this year. 'There are Junior
Proms nnd Junior InformalB, Fresh
man Hop and Freshman Informal, and
bo on. . Only the most flush or those
llnanclally irresponsible can take In
-all these functions. Is not one Univer
sity dance enough for nny night?
T,ho resolution adopted by the Third
Conference of Deans and Advisors
of Women in State Universities fa
voring segregation In lodging houses
suppprts tho action taken in Nebraska
in tho matter. While tho authorities
. herb are in the lend in thlB nnd other
movements, they nro not alone. When
itho - representatives of tho leading
state - institutions all ovor the West
agree unanimously that a rule Is ad
visable, yoi) can rely upon it that the
movement is growing and will become
Now that the Chancellor bus set his
foot down on stealing chairmen, there
may be .moro aspirants for such
honors. Up to this time only a,mnn
who' was willing to 'incur tho risk of
a-wdel; or-two of retirement from nc-
This is one advantage of "Nebraska
Spirit" over '84 spirit.
Tho editor of tho North Platto
Tribune has been doing a little re
search work In English history. The
following old English statute is one
of the results of his labors:
"That all women of whatever age",
rank, profession or degree, whether
virgins, molds or widows, that shall,
from nnd, after the passing of this
act, Impose upon and betray into
matrimony any of his majesty's sub
jects by scents, paints washes, cos
metics, artificial teeth, false hair,
Spanish wool, iron stays, hoops, high
heeled shoes or bolstered hips shall
Incur the pe'nnlty of "tho laws now In
forco against witchcraft, sorcery and
such like misdemennors, nnd that the
marriage, upon conviction, shall .bo
null and void' '
Tho first order of '08 class pins
have come and will bo distributed
Friday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock
In room 207, Administration building.
Those who have not yet ordered pins
can do so, at the tlmo set apart for
the distribution of tho first order,
A. H. MILLER Chairman.
Students who registered for Chemis
try 5 will moot in .mo chemistry' lec
ture room, Friday, February 7a at 3
p.- nir- for -organization of the class.
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Ladles Rubbers. Hood brand,
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Why not take your batii at Chris
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
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Tho best place to eat In town is at
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