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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1908)
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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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tB tho names of the men he thlnkH
Ijost to sorvo on tho "Cornhuskor"
fltnff next yoar.
jj Quito n number of upper classmen
and frcBhmen ntteiuledi ( '
pi! "Bill" Byerts'Wdtlo a good -apeoch,
oven II it wiih Impromptu,
ft Wondpj- who will he the president
lii the Junior year? .
E Yellow millots woro used so thaj no
bno -could havo an, opportunity of
J -P. Burke. Paul Yates and Vnli
White were the "tellers."
p A Freshman tried to vote, hut hls
attempt wns frustrated.
If Ingles lathe flrBt "frat man" preal-t
'dent that tho class has Had.
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W DR. JOHN 8. FORBE8.
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jTho world neodB faltli In a good to
morrow as won uh in u guuu wuuj.
iVo. need to foel that 'there Is u way.
leading: into the future which allows
an unrestricted growth of mind and
f "Education should over be crowne'd
I Pr. Forbes is ono of the lecturers
fsont out by the Billings Foundation
of Now, York, to promote work In r.e-
lligion and ethics.
Saturday is "Opening Day" of the celebrated : c: -
for spring and summer wear. The hat universally accepted and
acknowledged as the leading hat of fashion and quality. Abso-,
lutely without equal. No rieed of detail. All good dressers
know the reputation of the
All the Popular Colors and Black
A conferenco of doanB .and advisers
of women i in State Universities was
held, in Chicago during tne Holidays.
Fourteen colleges were represented,
among , them Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas,'
"Maine, Toxts and California. Nebras-,
ha was represented by Mrs. Barkley.
iTho .work In the different Universities
iwas discussed and at the close of
itho scssionB tho following resolutions
1. That there should bo complete
'segregation in lodging bouses that in
'housea -occupied by women there
should be provided a reception room
on tho first floor, and that such houseB
should bo personally supervised by
the pean of Women.
2:.;That "tnere should 'be university,
rcsidericb'.; hoils for nien and ' for1
women nnd;that In these halls there
should always be a certain percent of
upper classmen. . .V-
3? That the self-government of "stu
dents should be encouraged,-not' only
among tho student body at large, but
within smalior groups.
6. That there should bo a scholar
is excessive, that thiB excess 1s a
menace to the maintenance of a high
standard of scholarship, and Is detri
mental to tho best interests of,, tho
univeralticBVand, of the students, that
social functions stiouldtbe limited to
two nights a week and should closo
not later than, midnight.
"G. That there should be no inter
icollegiato athletic contests for
iwomen; and that dramatic and musi
cal organizations in which women take
''part should not give oufcofrtown per
': 6. That tohre should be a schplar-
ship standard of eligibility for particl
ipatlon in Inter-class athletics; and
there .should bo attest based on schol
arship and physical fitness' for partici
pation. In dramatic and musical events.
' 7. Tho Conference concurs with the
Inter-sorority Conference in recom
mendiag Sophomore pledging.
iltobrt,.B.'Burcn,'.09, who Was. elect
ed captain of the sYalo football team,
"Is the first man ever elected'captaln of
f-a.YalV football team who has not had
'at teasf onlyears experience as a reg
ular; He Played in, two minor games
and far the laat minute of the Harvard
gaselaat fall. ,
NeW Neckwear-The Pekin Scarfs
A folded tie qf unusual beauty and goodness. Men who dress
carerully always place great stress on their hat and tie because,
they are the most noticeable thing he wears. Ties were never so
handsome as now and you will wonder how these scarfs can be
1217 O Street
UNCOLN JVEB. j
1217 O Street
For Rent Several large all modern
rooms With or without board. Rea
sonable to students. 1029 R St.
Clements' photos are tho best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Coat and vest of a $75 dress Buit at
a "snap." Room 3, 1339 O St.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street
Go to 'Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
t . "i ., . y ft. V ' . i
Harry! Porter. i All kinds of supplies.
1123 O St.
'U . :- ,.
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
We can give you the boat prices,' best goods and best service
CAPITAL GROCERY - 1435 M Street
.Valentine postals at tho University
Palace' Dining Hall. No lunch
counter. . .
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Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
Brown Business College,' 1519 O St.
Dr. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh:
Dairy lunch, oVenlng. Dalryrhple.
Try Bud's Caf,e-r-1435 O street.
Eat at Elams.
Suits and O'coats Made to Order, $15
NO MOWB NO LESS
World's protest Tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Minftfl" tiid Cutter
Until Irnci, 145 Si. 1311 St.
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