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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE 'yMVERBITY OF NEBRASKA.
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edly tho beginning of a groat ''step in
our system oi mgner euucaupn.- ijno'
university will always bo more or less
of a "Jobber of professors." JVhon tho
pro)osod plan of exchanging publica
tions 1h carrledout some of the schools
who are paying inadequate saleries
will lose, their good men. oven sooner
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for ovory flftcon wordB or fraction thereof.
Faculty notice's and Unlvoralty bulletins
will gladly be publlahod.froo.
Entered at tho poBtoffloo at Lincoln,
Nebranka, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Conprcss of March 3.
For the benefit of Uiobo who want
to got into tho library without boing
intorforrcd with by tho women or but
tonholed by politicians In tho lobby, it
may bo stated that a safe way of ap
proach is by the basement door, com
ing up stairs on the insldo.
The Palladian Literary Society will
not hold their regular meeting; Friday
night on account of commencement ex
ercises. On Saturday evening a valon
tlne party will be given. A good time
Is assured to all.
Registration at tho University of
Missouri will probably take a marked
falling off In tho number of male stu
dents. Tho whole county In which the
school Is situated has gone dry and u
migration of the men is expected any
time. Whothor prohibition will effect
tho female element remains to be seen.
It is hoped that none of tho migrates
will come to Nebraska. Wo need no
collego tramps and there are plenty of
"boozers 'around hero already.
The number of embryo basoball play
ers who reported at the gymnasium
Wednesday was not satisfactory to
Captain Bellamy. If Nebraska Is to
havo a winning team this season,
fresh men-nml others who can play ball
at all, must be on hand at practice
hours. To enable a captain to pick a
successful team, tho material must be
plenty and willing. All men who havo
ever ployed ball of any sort, or ever
expect to play, should come out and
give themselves and tho University
the benefit of whatever ability they
The gym will bo open to players
after next Monday from 12r00 to 2:00.
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Mai uiasp uattcts
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plated brasSjL cannot rust. , 25c. a pair,
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Tho Students Debating Club moots
Saturday, Fobruary lf, In U 106. The
following question will bo debated:
RoBolvod: That a technical education
is a better preparation for business
than an academic -education. L. S.
Legro and A. M. Hare will maintain
tho affirmative and F. S. Copoland and
C. B. Hall will argue the negative.
Visitors aro always cordially Invited.
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
Wo can givo you the best prices; best goods arid best service
1435 M Street
At the recent meeting of tho Amer
ican Nature Study Society in Chicago,
I bought two big cusos 18 doon winter underwear at ubont half price.
I'm going to sell it at half price undorwoar tho average store gets from
$1.00 to $1.2fi a suit for, I will sell at
65c a Suit
This will help keep Budd from going bankrupt
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
Thursday, February 13.
11:00 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.
11:00 a. in.
Board of Regents meeting.
2:00 p. m. Memorial' Hall.
Music by'U. of N. Band.
Pershing Rille drill.
3:00 p. m. Armory.
8:00 p. m. The Temple. -
Mid-winter Commencement. Dr. L.
A. Sherman on "Commercial ism
and Higher Education."
Saturday, February 15.
7:30 p. m Univorsity Hall 10G.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Wednesday, February 19.
8:00 p. in.
Annual address before Sigma XI.
Friday, March 13.
Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
The KEY to SUCCESS is
a BUSINESS EDUCATION
Gel that education
A Practical School. 13th&PSts.
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The largest stock of fountain pens
in Nebraska at The Univorsity Book
When tho town of Columbia voted
"dry," Professor Jesse announced a
holiday for all students.. Dr. Cole, the
leader of tho tomporanco campaign,
said that "next to the women, tho ef
forts of the University Btudertts' de
sorve most praise." This can be easily
accounted for. Tho women and col
lego students are two classes of people
who suffer, tho worst effects of tho saloon.
LOST Gold ouff pin, initials F. E.
W. Return to Miss Waugh at Library.
A good modern room for rent, 505
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Aro you planning to stay at htomo
and make up some work Charter Day?
Don't 'do it. A man who recently par
ticipated in a friendly debate laughing
ly said of himself that lo spoke wjth;.
out prejudice because ho entered the
dlBCUBslon'with no previous knowledge
of-tho question; he had laid the docu
ment under consideration aside and, in
tended to read it Charter Day. Now
If that man had done his reading when
it should nave ueen done no would
.havo debated more..lntolligontly and
"Charter Day would bo a day of vaoa-
tion as It is Intended to bo.
Dr. Ruth Marshall of the University
was elected a director and member
of the council. The society is a na
tional organization for the purpose of
developing and correlating work in
nature study, both with other work
in tho Hchools and with practical af
fairs In life. Tho Regents appointed
Dr. Marshall last fall to organize work
in naturo study in tho Univorsity and
a course in that subject being offered
by correspondence and also another
course by residence during tho pres
Dr. Marshall has been requested to
edjt a Nobraska number for the Nn
tut&&uay.,Roxlew, jncftcatlng thfe evi
dent Importance of this work in our
state and tho leadership of NebrasTra
in this work.
Applied Mechanics' 14; under 'Pro
cessor Chatburn, was so large .that It
had to bo divided into two sections.
Mr. Brenko of the Mathematics de
partment is in charge of the second
The best place to eat- in town is at
Dons. Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street,
Something new in pillow tops at the
University Bo'ok Store.
140 North 14th St.
Petry Bakery Co.
Baking Orders Filled Promptly
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Panoramic post cards, just received.
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The co-operative movement among
tho universities of Europe and Ameri
caf to' 'secure close relations is undoubt
ful" Collins sustnlned a serious
ankle Injury while trying out for tho
relay race yesterday afternoon.
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