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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
rHBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Otflci, 126 No. 141b St.
EdItor-ln-Chlef Ross King, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fonlon, '08
Associate Editor RTL. Harris, 10
Manager George M. Wallace, '10
Circulator W. A. Jones, '10
Assistant Circulator L. J, Weaver, '10
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Manager 9 to 10 a. m.
Editorial and Business Office:
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Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tlitf rato of 10 cents per insertion
for overy flftcon words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entorod at tho postdfllco at Lincoln.
Nebraskn, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March v3.
Tho "clovntor" (moro properly the
museum), as it was pioturcd in last
year'B CornhuBker, will have an addi
tion in this year's book 'in the shape
of a sign identifying it. And in order
that this may bo In keeping with sur
roundings, it has been painted in the
moBt uncouth fashion. It looks like
it might havo been done by tho pre
Tho' Blgn across O street, "Tho Sa
loon Wants Your Boy; Can You Spare
Him?" is couched in the right terms.
It calls on tho responsible parties
parents and citizens. But unfortunate
ly tho citizen of Lincoln has a greater
responsibility. Ho docldes tho ques-
but all infants devolop pretty well on
much tho samo food and nigh-school
students aro equally of incapable of
digesting a Variety on tho bill of fare.
In a recent letter to tho Omaha Boo,
Georgo Coupland of Elgin, Nebraska,
writes tho following concerning tho
importance of our school of forestry:
"The planting and care of trees
stimulates in our nature tho senti
ments that go to mako homo lovers,
develop a lovo of the artistic and
bountiful, begets tho power that lays
a deop and solid foundation for the
rural homo, and provides a continual
feast for thoso whoso good fortune it
is to bo born and raised amidst such
"The school of foreBtry that 1b now
a part of our state agricultural college,
I bollevo, is something that is going
to bo most helpful in arousing and
developing a greater interest in thiB
Important matter, and I a.m most hope
ful that Nebraska will be one of tho
loaders in this laudablo movement
that means bo much to thoso who
plant and to thoBo who. will bo their
20--PER CENT DISC0UNT--20
Come in and examine our now line of
Spring Goods. TWENTY per cent Dis
count on all Fall and Winter Suits.
143 SOUTH TWELFTH ST.
BELL PHONE 604 - AUTO PHONE 2686
ORDER YOUR PUHCH at FOLSOf S
Also everything in tho way of cakes, pies,
candies and icos. Hot Chocolate with Whipped
Croam after tho show.
Phone us for Prices
A big political debate Saturday
ovening. Members of tho Studonts'
Debating Club will decide "whether or
not tho recent financial panic was duo
to Republican incompetency." Tho
club contains several able and well
Instructed Democrats and" Republicans
and discussion promises to be exceed
ingly Interesting. The debate proper
will be contested by Bates and Mor
gan on tho afllrmatlvo and by Waldo
and Johnson on tho negative After
the debate It is probable that speeches
from the floor will be called for and
"outsiders" as well-as members will
bo given an opportunity to express
charter members. Between thirty and
forty Is a manageable number, en
abling meetings at private houses and
informal discussions. With a larger
membership tho club would be less
wieldly and likely, as with the recent-'
ly established "University Girls' club,"
to exist only to pay duos. It romains
to be seen what the directors will de
cide to do. At present they seom en
thusiastic about remaining as they aro,
and holdlpg frequent meetings.
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SPRING HATS GALORE
I am getting moro hats every day my spring stock is
now complete 1 have every kind that a person could
ask for Hats for the hig, little and njedium sized fellows
bring your head to my store and I will fit it for $2.50
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
Thursday, February 27.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class meets.
Friday. February 28.
German Club play.
Saturday, February 29.
7:30 p. m. University Hall 106.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Friday, March 13.
HERE'S A "SNAP!" An Al foun
tain pen now, self-fllllng, 25 per cent
discount. Inquire at Nebraskan ofllce.
Moit J. Brown, '05, and Burdotte G.
Lewis, '04, now at Cornell, were on the
Tho best place to eat in town Is at
Dons Uafe 114 So. Eloventh street.
There will be no football game be
tween Cornell and Princeton next fall.
Spiolil Dliciunt t Students
8IRARD CYCLE COMPANY,
140 North 14th St.
LINCOLN DANCIN6 ACADEMY
-113a iv st.
Social nights Mon. and Frid., 8 to 11
BeginnoPs night, Wednosday, 8 to 11
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
Bowling, Billiards, PmI and Clears
The Finest Place in the Wesl. 934 P Street
MEIVLMEN CANNON CO.
tion for two thousand and moro young
strangers, fortunately the Univer
sity .doesn't depend on "saloon money"
The underclassman who finds him
self overshadowed by othdrs moro ac
tive in political and social life need
feel no discouragement. Centralize at
tention on studies and let such things
bo secondary. It is a noticeable thing
that many students "prominent" as
freshmen lizzie out. The man who un
dertakes to make a respectable record
his -first year, and is a good student
during his sophomore and -junior
years 1b apt to finish and finish high,
with plenty ' of class honors to his
credit and prospects of going on -up.
This isn't" alwayB the career of tho
freshman or sophomore who is a full
fledged politician and society stunter.
Congressman Davis of Minnesota is
introducing a bill to provjdo for indus
trial education in tho high-school
grades. Ho says that this thing of
educating" ,all alike regardless jot tho
life they are to lead "is a mistake,"
Such measures will, of course, appeal
to the self-named "common people,"
Tho club realizes the importance of
being Instructed upon current ques
tions, especially political questlonflTp Dr
muny uuiuunis oDtain an education
and practice of great value to them,
especially law students. A short par
liamentary law practlco beginning nt
7:30 p. m., always precedes tho regu
lar debate. Everybody is invited. A
"rousing" time is expected.
Tho board of student director of
tho new "equal sufrrago league" havo
not yet held a meeting, but ore said to
be dismissing informally just what to
do about limiting or increasing their
membership list. An investigation of
the naihes registered thereupon
showed for charter mombors between
thirty and forty of tho strongest and
brightest, as well as tho most popular,
girls in school. Now tho members
really want to meet with some regu
larity, in order to hold informal dis
cussions and to "And 'out mora about
their subject nnd their own obliga
tions and responsibilities. Hence,
though restriction is tho last tiling at
which they want to aim, they aro
tempted to "standpat" on their list of
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Freshman clasB will meet In Memor
ial Hall Tuesday, March 3.
Youngbluf, dentist, 202
Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Ghapin Bros., florists, 127 St. 12th.
Dairy lunches Dalrymple's.
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