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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ttjbe 35)ati tflebrashan
THE PnOPBRTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUMY AND MDNDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
htliatlM etnct. 126 N. 14lh St.
Editor-in-Chief ,. . . . . . Rom Kino, JOS
Mannglno Editor,. t. ;..'. L. Fenlon, '08
Associate Editor R. L. Harris, 10
Manager George M. Woe. Jjg
Circulator W. A. Jones, ;io
Assistant Circulator L. J. Weaver, '10
EdItor-ln-Chlef 2 to 4 p. m.
Manager 9 td 10 a. m.
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION ILDQ.
Postofflce, 8tatlon A, Lincoln, Neb.
utmost indifference from eubject to
subject. The most distinguishing fea
ture of tho able studont 's his ability
to think on one thing at a time.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies. B Cents Each
Telephones: Bell A 1468, Auto 1888
Tan Shoes Tan Oxfords
INDIVIDUAL, NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 conta per Inaortlon
for ovory nf toon words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly be published free.
Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as sooond-clasa mall matter
under tho Act of ConRroBs of March 8.
McCalls Magazine for March is on
the exchange table. Tho girls may con
sult It without fear of over-dressing.
Now that woman suffrage, occupies
their minds less weighty Issues are
The dress question never was one of
life and death. There are as many
different kinds of people In a largo
school like the "University of Nebras
ka as there are in the average com
munity of the same size. Those who
who wear overly fine clothes are pub
lic benefactors in that thoy sot the
fashion for some of their less particu
To tho Editor of tho Daily Nebraskan:
In the editorials from which we
loarned that no prospective P. B. K.
does aught but study in the library
nor does he behave himself In an in
decorous manner In the halls,, you
neglected a few minor details that aid
in the Ubrlcatlon of the knowledge
grinder. Ye ancient cloke of revered memory
presented by tho class of 1869, is mo
lested semi-annually by a tinkeror.
Nevertheless after about half an hour's
agitation it (the clock) retires to a
state of innocuous ftcsetude, wherein
It has no discordant tick, tick, to dis
turb tho "would-be" wise one. Facil
ities for absorbing knowledge in the
Btack room are unsurpassed. Let me
explain. Suppose a book is wanted.
By consulting the card index and fol
lowing a few simple directions the stu
dent arrives before the shelf upon
which Dr. Jowett "has ordained that
aforesaid book shall repose. Lo and
behold, the book is not there! Tho
student is now in an admirable loca
tion to absorb knowledge for he is
flanked by stacks of books on almoBt
any conceivable subject. If in the
thirty minute search in this .alcovo for
the missing book knowledge does not
percolate through his cranium It is
The books Jn tho library are picked
up once or possibly twice a day and
the possibility is very remote. Might
not the percentage of P. B. Ks. possi
bly be raised if books were gathered
every few hours as they used to bo?
G. H. MATTESON, '09.
The shoe department announces the arrival of new 8prlng
8hoea and Oxfords. The beautiful shades of brown and tan are
the most popular; the lines embrace all of the rriost fashionable
colors, leathers and newest lasts. Made In hand turned or welt ''"'
extension soles; Frenoh, Cuban or regular high heels. In fact,
you can match any popular shade of brown dress goods from our
The Patent Leather line comes in all stylish Oxfords and
Remember we buy from factory direct and only the lines
that represent standard quality; our prices mean a saving
on high grade Shoes. Just look over the line, at, per
pair $4.00, $3. 50' and $3.00
"Budds" Baby Shoes in all colors for 8pring, now In stock.
German Club play.
Saturday, February 29.
7:30 p. m. University Hall 106.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Friday, March 13.
The few people who are working
Varsity 0" men at Ohio state unl-
WE KNOW JEWELRY
as a grocer knows flour. This knowledge
enables us to buy right and guarantees
right prices to you. We invite comparis
on of our stock and prices with others.
HALLETT, Jeweler, II43 0 Street
The University of Vermont has re
ceived a bequest of $10,000 Under the
will of John Ordronaux, a former
member of the medical faculty.
M. E. Moore, a student here fifteen
years ago, called at Dean Bessey's
office last week. He now lives at
Spring View, Nebraska.
Elale Peterson, secretary of tho
Freshman class last semester, is now
HERE'S A "SNAP!" An Al foun
tain pen now, self-filling, 25 per cent
discount Inquire at Nebraskan office.
The best place to eat In town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street
Spoclal Discount to Students
GIRARD CYCLE COMPANY.
140 North 14th St.
Bowling, Billiards, Pool and Cigars
Tho Finost Placo In the West. 934 P Street
MEMMEN CANNON CO.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut,
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 S. 12th.
Cozy, clean, pure Dalrymple's
for some oneelse command more than
the "lip loyalty" of. their friends
they have their rSspect Selfish peo
ple are always bluffers to a greater or
less extent; they are not willing to
go on their merits but must veneer
themselves with self-advertisement
Tou can find any number of these ".am
bitious" people in school who want
to do generous things, Dut always with
the view of boosting themselves. They
never truly succeed.
versity have started a movement to
break down the exacting class room
requirements placed upon them. They
claim that more is demanded of them
than other institutions require of their
,Rev. G. S. Smith of the University
of Chicago, in a recent tjtllc before the
students, of that institution proposed
to abolish all examinations by ques
tions substituting what be called a
thought meter. He declined to dis
cuss the practicability of the meter,
.but explained the principal of it De
grees should be awarded according to
the following schedule: One-half hour
concentration, A. B.; one hour con
centration, Ph. 'D.1 One of the major
purposes of education is to enable stu
dents to hold1 their attention on one
thing for a considerable length of
time. Most people would, be 'startled
if they could read the workings of
v their own mind; thpy wander with the
New Tailored Waists
Prom three of the best houses In New York. Strictly tailored waists
confined to us for Lincoln trade. . We have In at present a few.
It will require a majority of all
votes cast at the coming junior class
election, to nominate .an editor-in-chief
for next year's Cornhusker. This is
the decision of President Guldlnger?
announced yesterday, when one of the
candidates took the matter up "with
him for a decision.
It sems..that both the Cornhusker
constitution and also tho constitution
of the class of 1910 provide that a ma
jority of all votes cast Is necessary for
an election. Nevertheless there are
so many candidates 'for the office that
some of them consider they will stand
a better show of wlnningout if the
nomination is secured by the largest
number of votes on tho first imiint
The position of the junior president
Is, in strict accord with both constitu
falrer expression of the class's will
than would a nomination on a more
plurality voteY - , ' i' . -
Dr.. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh,
beautifully tucked and finely embroidered, with laundered col
lars and cuffs. , '
Tailored Silk Waists
Long sleeves, opened In front, simple tucks, correct collars and cuffs.
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$4.50, $5, $6 $6.75, $10 and $16.50
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