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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1908)
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THE DAICY NBBRASKAN
PolitlcB Is ft thing of the past for
the claBB of '08. The, election of
President Mencfce decides the last
contest for the final honors of this'
claBB, a contest unequalled in interest
by any previous election in Its hlB.tory.
There ls one thing .about these con
tests which it is hoped will bo con
tinued by the participants in after
years, and that is tho friendliness of
the contest. Each of tho leading can
didates have a hoHt of friends and
many studentB are common friends of
both; no money was spent in purchas
ing voteB and the worst charge made
against either candidate was that he
"couldn't be imagined as participating
in a claBB scrap. '
The resolution passed in Senior
together. The evening is spent in
casting steal thgiances at the fair
one who, unless the couple is "mar
ried," sits at some desk a convenient
distance from her admlrdr.' About
nine o'clock, tho work of tho evening
being over, the excltemeilt begins.
The man usually thinks of something
Important ho aas forgotton to tell his
hady love, so ho takes a short rest
from his labors and goes over and
tells her about it. An understanding
is usually reaohed before the matter
reaches the attention of tho librarian.
The man then resumes his studieB. In
a few minutes the girl prepares to de
part and is followed shortly by tho
man. Tho story is an old one, fa
miliar to every frequenter of the
Library. It is, to say the leaBt, a
childish habit, but of far more impor
tance than this, It probably con
tributes to the flunk we are hearing so
much about these days.
Only a short time remains before
the Cornhusker comes out. Some of
the individuals or organizations who
put off the matter of getting pictures
taken will feel slighted, but the book
comes out May 1 and things will have
to be put into Bhape very soon.
Elmer Thompson, Cornell's big foot
ball guard, has been dropped from the
Cornell college of law on account of
deficiency in study, and will be unable
to play for Cornell again.
He was let out after falling to pasB
last week. His case was carefully
cqnsldered by the faculty on his peti
tion, but they refused to reopen it.
Under the rules he never will bo
allowed to play football for Cornell
Yalo'B greatest social event of the
year, the '"Junior Prom," wub held last
BudtTs New Spring Hats
Make your eyes water the little unique shapes
and contrast colors both stiff and soft are a lit-
tie bit the swellest we have shown.
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
WHY PAY MORE?
cIobb meeting yesterday morning fa
voring interclaas -athletic contests at
the State Farm-on the afternoon of
Ivy Day is excellent. Nebraska haB
very few established customs of this
nature. Other schools younger than
our institution have many 'such occa
sions and out of. them grows a college
spirit that makes strong and loyal,
Mr. La Folletto .Is said to have been
a poor Btudent from the standpoint
of marks, but no one denies that as
fsoon' as the world at large began to
grade him his standing went up rap-
; Idly. The Wisconsin University
'nearly refused to graduate him-, but
when the sterling honesty and worthy
purposes of the young man are known
his Alma Mater is proud to own him.
Brilliancy in class recitation is little
sign of future success.
Old habits are 'hard tt break. Tho
custom of meeting at the postofflce or
at church when children is being conl
tlnued by a number- of men and
women in the University who come to
the Library every evening with no
otqePtobviou.s purpose than to go home
Tuesday night in the armory at New
Haven. Governor Woodruff of Con
necticut, who is an honorary member
of tho Yale corporation, with the mem
bers of his staff, occupied one of tho
handsomely decorated boxes. Many
New York society people were present.
Ralph E. Weavorllng, former presi
dent of the Freshman class, who was
indefinitely suspended as a result of
the McDonald kidnapping case, haB
gone to his homo in Beatrice. Ho has
practically given up hope'pf re-entering
the University In the near future
It Is reported that according to a re
cent decision of the faculty council
tho Dartmouth College football team
will not be allowed to come to Michi
gan "for a game with tho Wolverine
team ' next season.
Harvard University has received a
gift of two thousand acres of valuable
timber land near Petersham, Mass.,
for the use of the forestry depart
ment.- Fbrestry students will do
large part' of their work at Petersham
where they will have an opportunity
for practical forestry.
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Wednesday, February 12.
G: 50 Temple.
Y. W. C. A. lecture.
Thursday, February 13.
1-1:00 a. m. Memorial Hall. .
Convocation. Mr. John S. Forbes of
Brooklyn, N. Y.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class meets.
Friday, February 14.
8:00 p. m. Tho Temple.
Mid-winter Commencement. Dr. L.
A. Sherman on "Commercial Ism
and Higher Education."
Saturday, February 15.
7:30 p. in. University Hall 106.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Friday, March 13.
Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
At Syracuse University the Fresh
men and Sophomores have an annual
"snow rush," In which the opposlg
Classes gather on opposite sides of a
walk and at n given signal commence
wrestling oh the walk In un effort to
muke their way across. The class
which succeeds and maintains Its po
sition for fifteen minutes is awarded
the rush. The .rush this year was
held the first part of this week.'
The Pershing Rifles are to bo in the
Armory at 4:30 Wednesday In order to
have their pictures taken for the Corn-huBker.
The KEY to SUCCESS is
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W. Return to Miss Waugh at Library.
A good modern room for rent, 505
Ladles' pocketbook found on the
campus. Inquire at Nebraskan office.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Matt's place Pool and- cigars Old
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Panoramic pobI cards, just received.
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