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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
ffbe Batlig Iflebtagftan
' THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 No. 14th St.
Editofln-Chlef Rom King, '08
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ing power was a good thing will get
out and take an interest In the coming
election. Although the plan now in
force is not perfect it is the result of
a Bentiment on tno part of the author
ities which will never permit the sel
UbIi spirit among the fraternity men
to got a corner on things as they have
had for the last few years. The thing
for the fraternltios to do is to show
a manly spirit and go into the contest
on a fair basis with the other stu
donts in school. The Barbs ought to
forgot about the affiliation of a candi
date and vote for the man who can
fill the place, with credit. We ought
to have some one like Mrs. Barkloy
on the men's interest side of the fac
ulty, who will not leave things to tho
students to work out after long suf
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents per InBortlon
for ovory flf toon wordB or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will Kladly bo published froo
Entered at tho postofneo at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as uocond-cluBS mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 8.
It is not tho number of students
which matriculate that goes to make
a great, growing and permanent
school. It is tho number who stay in
school until tftoy finish a course that
fixes its high standing, and tho more
tho studonts got out of their course
tho better tho standing of the institu
tion. Tho men who received the Thota
Kqppa Nu honors in the law school
yesterday morning got what they came
to school for. A man may got a broad
university oourse and not be an aver
ago student, but whori""Tie goes to a
professional school he is in it primar
ily and secondly for tho knowledge of
his chosen subject. If he is a good
man in his classes this is no indica
tion of his success as a lawyer except
ing so far as getting what you go after
and a knowledge of how to ldoic up
law goes toward making a good prac
Owing to an unaccountable mistake
the name of Miss Noll Brldenbaugh
did not appear in the list of the May
Polo Dance as previously published.
P. N. MENEFEB.
Tho class in Field Geology will go
to Milford and Pleasant Dale, leaving
Lincoln at G a. m., Saturday, on tho
B. & M. freight. Students expecting
to make this trip will notifly instruc
tors not later than Friday noon.
Q. E. CONDRA.
It was Professor Barker, instead of
Professor Barber, who gave an ad
dress at the Y. M. C. A. presidents'
and committeemen's meeting at York
recently, and who spoke at the Univer
sity Y. M. C. A. meeting on Wednes
I will be in school next year and
wish to declare my intentions of be
coming a candidate for a student
member of tho Athlotlc Board for tho
coming year. JAS. B. HARVEY.
I hereby announce my intention to
be in school next year and my candi
dacy for student membership of the
Athletic Board. M. M. JENNINGS.
NEW GOODS arriving: daily. Our
new fixtures will be here in about
a week. Special attention given
repairing, engraving, mafiufact'g.
Hallett, Optometry Specialist.,
II34 0 St.
They toll not, neither do they study,
Their only purpose, if they have, any,
seems to be to get together and in the
brilliant light of tho library lamps to
observe the beauties of the femlnines
and the whereabouts of the masculines
until it gets late enough to make a Re
spectable get-away. Then in pairs and
which is moro often tho case indi
vidually, they retire, to the hall, there
to be joined shortly by another and to
hie away with all the satisfaction of
a full evening's work. Such are the
follies of youthful days. There Js no
harm done sometimes, and then again
there is. It is like tho game of cardB
good fun, it is not habitual, but apt
to lead to ventures, which are purely
I intend to be in school next year
and wish to announce my candidacy as
a student member of the Athletic
Board. . SIDNEY COLLINS.
Expecting to be roglstored in tho
University next fall I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for student
membership in the Nebraska Athletic
Board. CLYDE E. ELLIOTT.
I intend to bo in school next year
and desire to announce myself as a
candidate for student member of tho
Athletic Board. H. O. PERRY.
J is to be hoped that every one who
believes that the abolition of the vot-
I desire to announce my candidacy
for membership on the Student Ath
letic Board. I intend to be in school
the coming year.
EDWARD F. GUIDINGER.
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