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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRA6KAN
You cm M it
Conklin's Solf-FIlllng Pen is tho
best fountain pen for both student
and professor on account of tho
Crescent-Filler. To fill
simply dip it in any ink and press
tho Crescent-Filler that's all. No
dropper no inky fingers no ruffled
temper. Guaranteed to bo a perfect
Loading doalora handlo tho Conklln. It
yours does not, order direct. RofuBo sub
stitutes. Send (or handsomo now catalog.
THE CONKLIN PEN CO.
310 Mukilfin BiIMIbJ, TOLEDO. OHIO
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The girls are gearing mighty
fine Tailored Suits this Spring.
"DO YOU THINK"
They want to spencTthelr money
for Tailored 8ults and go with
afellow wearing a Hand Me
"THINK IT OVER."
We will give you the Latest
8tyle, Perfect Fit and the Nob
blest Assortment of Woolens In
the city. 925 and higher.
142 8outh 12th St.
Ladles and Gentlemen If in
the market for a new typewriter
or desiring to rent one, we
would be glad to have our sales
man call and demonstrate the
visible Underwood. Yours re
714 P St. Bell 348
Class poem by Miss Edna Ruders
On tho prairies of Nebraska,
On tho beauteous wind-swept prairies
Whero the-golden-rod's fair yellow
Gilds tho landscape in the autumn
Whero tho white snows in the winter
And tho sun and rains in summer
Render lovely all tho seasons
In Ihe heart of all this beauty,
Pride of all tho country round it,
Pride and glory of the people,
Lies Nebraska's love'd Unl.
Seat of loarnlng and of culture,
Cultivates athletics also,
And In all excels the others.
Nothing is by It neglected,
Nor In aught is it found lacking.
Pride of all the land the Uni.,
And of all the Uni. '08
Well-known class of 1908.
When this class as Freshmen en
tered, Trials and tribulations met them
Many were the trials which met
Mocking by the upper-classmen,
Labors by the profs inflicted
Troubles usual for Freshmen.
But. unlike their predecessors,
Those were students bold and cun
ning Nover were they known as cowards,
Never wore they found faint-hearted,
But courageously they fought their
Fought, and. for the most part won
And as proof of all their victories,
Photographed were they In class
cups Caps forbidden to all Freshmen,
But now first In vain forbidden.
Since that year they've kept on grow
ing, Growing broader, stronger dally,
Daily mental power Increasing,
Socially progressing also,
Changing childish minds and manners
Into those of men and women
Of tho sort who live most fully.
In their second year they triumphed
Over every class In football
Won the inter-classic laurels,
Won tho championship of classes.
Still they lost not their ideals,
Gave to this no undue Import,
But continued still their striving,
Seeking knowledge as the first thing,
As the thing of prime importance.
Large the class and greatly varied
Varied, tho a unit, is It.
Differences lend It Interest
Lend it Interest individual;
Here are found ambltidns varied
Every lino has Its disciples
Here are embryonic teachers,
Engineers, and authors also,
Scientists and great historians,
Editors and educators,
Artists, actors every calling
Has, in short, its earnest followers.
But, whatever each has chosen,
Similar are they in one thing
One thing Is in spite of dlff'rence
Just' the same for every member
Love of class holds them together
Love of class and Institution
Love of '08 and Nebraska.
Union made the class successful
Both in politics and elsewhere
Union, too, developed friendships
Made their social stunts successful.
This it is which causes sorrow
In the minds of parting classmates
Classmates parting from each other.
From the others and the Unl.
Bidding farewell to Nebraska.
After four years passed too swiftly
Years of all years most enjoyed
Years of pleasure and of labor
Labor more than pleasure valued,
Now Nebraska bids her farewell '
LBlds a long, regretful., farewell.
May she not forget those leaving
Soon to leave their !Alma Mater
With their Alma Mater's wishes
Wishes, too, of all the season
Everything gives hope for future
Hope for all success and triumph,
Triumph over all life's problems;
Hope for all the classes' triumph,
All the class now soon, departing;
All the class of 1908. .
Suits and O'coats
NO MORE-NO LESS
Wwli'i Breatett Tailors
J. fc tMOflSY, ui Cwttw
Uwtfc Irmi, 145 S. 13th St.
Beckman Bros. Pine shoes, 1107 O. st
Dr. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 8: 12th.
Cameron's lunch counter 123 8o. 12.
Eat at ElamB.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
The best place to eat in town Is at
Dobs Uafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
May 1 marked the appearance of
derbies and stiff hats on the heads of
the freshmen at Wisconsin, when the
ban was removed. Smoking a pipe
out of doors and the carrying of walk
ing sticks are still forbidden by upper-classmen.
Let us take yovr measure today and
make to your order a suit that ispcricct
in Style, Fit, Workmanship and Quality
143 South Twelfth Street
Fr ats and Sororities When in Need of Coal
.call and see the '
Phones, Bell 234
Flat Clasp Garters
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and designs of one piece, pure silk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, cannot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail.
PIONEER SUSPENDER CO.,
718 Market Street Philadelphia
Makers of Pioneer Butpendert
Made to Order, SIS
Far First Class TallarlHf
AT LOW PRICES
AUTO 48 COLLEGE VIEW
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
1138 N St
Social nights Mon. and Frid., 8 to 11
Beginner's night, Wednesday, 8 to 11
UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY
Qulik Mi Easy Rarbar Shaa
C.W. BMMSRT.Pny. '
SOS SOUTH ELEVEftnfrSTREET
Olvt no can
Why not take your fcatk at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Clements' photos ore the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
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treat ypu right. '
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106 O Street' " M
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