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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
NILISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
PoblicatlM Olflct, 126 No. 14th SI.
Editor In-Chief.... .-...Rott Kino, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fonlon, '08
Associate Editor R. L. Harris, 10
Manager Qeorge M. Wallace, MO
Circulator W, A. Jones, '10
Assistant Circulator L. J. Weaver, '10
EdItor-ln-Chlef 2 to 4 p.m.
Manager 9 to 10 a. m.
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Editorial and Business Office:
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Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be chanced
for at tho rate of 10 conto per Insertion
for overy fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices nnd University bulletins
will gladly bo published free
Entered at the postofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-olaBS mail matter
under the Act of ConcrosB of March 3.
To thoso whom It may concern:
Rules and Regulations Governing
Students, "Students must not frequent
saloonB, or ubo intoxicating liquors."
This rulo is of quite general interest,
hut tho matter seems to be decided by
"See another's profit and work an
other's gain." If the business mon
of Lincoln were practicing this there
would bo more, of thorn at work in tho
Tho Sophomore class should profit
by the experience of this year's Junior
We claim to bo tfco best GLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
Mre to prove it, OUr methods aro tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can secure.
v,Y? Clean tho flnest dreaBOS an robes without danger of. fading or
nrlnking in any way. Wo also olean gentlemen clothing of all kinds..
Goods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. Wo do
altering and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI3T.
J. C WOOD & CO.
Phone Bell 147 1320 N 8TREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
Prom report. Twenty-three compli
mentary tickets and sixty-one paid ad
missions is a condition resembling thnt
of tho railroadB before tho anti-pass
law. Those who were perhaps least
able paid for those who could JiiBt bb
woll have paid". The trouble is with
the size of the committee. Two or
three mon do all tho wqrk for which
they get nothing, but tho honor, and
then tho politicians get their work in
on tho tickets coming to the twelve or
fifteen others on the-commlttee. Some
men go clear through school without
paying their way to a 'Singlo clasB
function. Such history indicates tho
need of trimming this little graft.
LAW SCHOOL VS. THE HOLY LAND.
To an observant onlookorcbndltions
in the Law School aro somewhat
synonomouB to what conditions are
reported to be in tho Holy Land;" It
is said that nowhere aro there to bo
found more unholy peoplo than in tho
Holy Land, and likewise, nowhere in
the University may there be found
more outlaws than in the Law School.
It is a misdemeanor by tho s'tatute
of Nebraska tp disturb a public meet-
lng, to expectorate upon tho floor, of a
public building, nnd yet hardly a day
passes but what both of these misde
meanors aro committed.
It has been Bald that wo learn to
do by doing. Does that mean that it
Is necessary to violato laws while pre
paring to administer. them?
Almost overy Saturday the moot
courts are trying supposed cases of
offenses that do not exist. Why not
try a real cobo and administer a real
punishmont to a real offender of real
law? A LAW STUDENT.
Thoro is probably no other class of
students that work harder than tho
"laws." Their library is one of tho
best places to read on tho campus;
there is the utmost freedom among the
students and yot no ono Is over dis
turbed. For virtues so exceptional, at
least at Nebraska, ono can overlook a
good many minor Bins.
The University of Michigan has re
cently mado several changes in tho
hours required in several courses. In
the combined literary and law coursos
the former is now much shorter, so
thnt more time may be given to tho
latter. Tho hours in, literary, studies
have been changed from twenty-seven
to forty-two. Hereafter students who
do not tnko rhetoric after the required
work of the first year may bo com
pelled to do so without credit, if an
instructor finds them deficient in Eng
lish. A movement is on foot at Vander
bik University to substitute for ex
aminations what Is known as the Ex
emption Grade System. This system
requires the student to make as much
as 80 to 85 Tier cetit nn hln rtnllv nnd
monthly grades. We find this system1
is nractlcod in thn fnnr inrn i.nivroi.
ties of Leland StanfordNlr., Columbia,
Cornell and Purdue. May tho day
speedily come when other universities
will "fall in line."
On March first tho sorority girls at
Indiana hold their annual masquerade
ball, at which one-haljt masqueraded
In men's clothes. This year Bomo of
tho boys peeked through tho transom
and cracks and then stole all the re
freshments. Now a rigid investigation
Is in progress by the authorities and
it is probable forty or fifty men will
The Woods twins, R. and R gradu
ates of law, V)3, wore rovlewlng tho
University and campus Friday. One
of them is practicing at Tacoma,
Washington, while tho other is editor-in-chief
of a daily two hundred miles
east of him. They claim Nebraska is
second to Washington, which Is sec
ond to none.
It is likely that the University of
Washington will havo a college dally
next year. At tho present time, tho
Pacific Wave, the student paper there,
Is Issued twice a week, and has a largo'
Correct Spring Clothes
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4 Saturday, March 7.
30 p. m. M. 102.
Students' Debating Cldb meets.
30 p.m. Temple.
Matinee of Gimgvill by Dramatic
Saturday, March 14.
8:00 P- m. Temple.
"Jeanne D'Arc," by Miss Howell.
Friday, March 20.
7:00 p. m. Temple.
A. J. Elliott, International Students'
Secretary for the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday, Marhc 21.
8 '00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls' bnsket-ball. Minnesota vs.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends
Not a book o,r view proposition.
What then? I wouldirather explain
my work to you In person. If you
need money, let mo have a talk with
you. C. EFranz at Lindel Hotel, to
day and tomorrow.
HERE'S A "SNAP!" An Al foun
tain pen new, self-filling, 25 per cent
discount. Inquire at Nebraskan office.
Why. not take your batih at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons (Jafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
See LudwJg about your eaBter suit.
Dr. Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 Se. 12th.
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