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OUR MOTTO: CU lad Quick Strtlct ill the
Tlw. Coupon Bookt worth S5 told (er 44.25.
Hans Workow, Mgr.
All Makes of Second-
hand Typewriters sold,
rented, o r exchanged.
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All Kinds of Cut Flowers
1338 O St.
are now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at our new store? No
need of being crowded.
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Advertisements for tho want ad
column should be left at the business
office, basement Administration Bldg.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ads, at the rate of 10 'cents per
insertion for every fifteen words or
fraotion thereof for tho first inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents; fire
insertions 40 cents.
FOR, SALE A now high-grade bi
cycle at 25 per cent discount. Inquire
nt Nebra'skan office. 91-tf
FOR SALE A now $50 bicycle for
$25. Seo Ncbraskan manager. 122-tf
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Friday morning, probably in
postofllcp, an. umbrella. Reward for
return to Nobraskan office. 12G-12G-3t
NOT MONEY SPENDERS
THE 6TUDENT8 AT KAN3A3 EARN
DO ALL KINDS OF HARD WORK
BE8T DRESSED MEN OFTEN PAY
THEIR OWN EXPENSES.'
Chancellor 8trong 'Declarer That It Is
Not a Social Disadvantage to
Have to Work While Go
ing to School.
That' the western colloan man U
not one given to case and with n deep
(IIhIIUp of anything known as work linn
recently been shown by Htathitics thut
linvo been gathered at the- Unh orally
of Kansas. The BtatlsticB Hhow t'ini a
Inrgo share of the stutlentH at thnt In
Htilution onrn In some degroo at least
the money required to put thorn
through school, and thnt they do nil
kinds of work from waiting on tables
to tondlng to furnaces.
Some timo ngo Chuncollor Strnnt?
malted an Inquiry to every student In
the unlvQralty, of Kansas to dotoimino
tho extont of self support union); the
students, and tho replies show that In
round numbers those student- :uo
spending yoarly $aoo,000 thnt they,
have earned to help pay fo, an educa
tion. Work In the Summer.
A very Inrgo percentage earn their
money In the summer and do very lit
tle work while In tho university, but
about 1100 of tho men earn a good
Bharo of their living while In school.
Nearly 200 young men have .earned
their money on the farm In the sum
mer time, while 100 or more have been
employed as clerkB, on equal number
as laborers In mochanlcul trades, and
another 100 designated their employ
ment as "common Inboi," with no
frills at all. Among the remainder of
tho boys who are making their way
are teachers, engineers, telegraph op
orators, stenographers, rullrond em
ployees, printers and agents.
Waiting tubloB, working In stores
and ofllces down town and running
boarding clubs keep many students in
school. One cannot stand In the halls
and pick tho workers from tho dronoB
with nny degreo of certainty. Half
tho mon who wear cuffs on their
trousers, and in many cases tiro wear
or borrows n flat Iron from tho kitchen
nml creases tho bocuffed creations In
the basement of his rooming IioubO.
' No Social Disadvantage.
"One thing that gratified me very
much in the answers that I received
was that only eight or ten of the self
supporting Btudonts say that they are
at any disadvantage socially," said
Chancellor Strong. "I know that In
every one of the fraternities there are
men who are working their way. As
the number who answered the ques
tion as to social disadvantages In tho
afllrmatlvo 1b bo small, I believe it may
bo Imagination in those cases."
HANFORD ?TO jLAY AT OLIVER.
Shakespearean Plays to Be Presented
Next week, Tuesday and Wodnesday
Charles B. Hnnford Is to prosont three
of ShakoBpearQs tiiost colobrated
playB at tho Oliver theator. Tho Win
tor's Tale, Tho Morchant of Vonlco,
and Othello nro to bo preBonted Tues
day night, Wednesday matinee and
The engagement of Mr. Hnnford in
Lincoln for next weok is considered
a privilege for tho Lincoln 'public nnd
espcclnlly university students ns ho
is ono of tho foremost actors of Shak
espearean plays on tho American sta u
Special rates have been accorded
the teachers and Btudonts of tho Lin
coln schools. Those nro secured by a
ticket exchangeable" at tho Oliver box
office. Tho $1.50 seats for the evening
nro $1.00; $1.00 sents, 75 cents and
75 cent Boats aro 50 conts. For tho
matln'oo, $1.00 seats aro 75 centu and
75 cent seats are 50" cents, Tho reser
vations on tho tickets muBt bo made
boforo 0:00 p. m. for tho night' per
formance and beforo 1:00 p. m. for tho
Rules for Election
Tho following regulations governing
tho election of student members of tho
Nebraska nthlotic board was adopted
by tho unlvoiBlty senate on April 15,
The athletic board of the University
of Nobraskn Bhnll include flvo student
.members who Bhnll servo for ono yonr
and nro to bo elected unnunlly.
Thoso ellglblo to vote at tho oloctlon
of such Btudont members shall bo (1)
all niulo students of at least one so
mostor'fl rcsldenco nt tho university
who have mndo twelve (12) or inoro
hours' credit during their last previous
semester. (2) All members of tho fac
ulty. CD All mnlo graduates of tho
Any student ellglblo ns a voter may
become a candidate for election to
student membership on the board who
IHob with tho socretary of tho board at
loaBt one weok before the day of elec
tion a written statement In which he
declares his desire to become a candi
date and his Intention to remain in
school the following yonr.
A list of all candidates for student
membership shall be published in the
Dally Nebraskun each publication day
pf the week preceding the date of the
May 10 This Year.
This election shall take ploco on the
second Monday of May. Tho polls
shall bo located in Grant Momorlal
hall, ami the hours of voting shall be
from !: 110 a. m to 1 2:. 'JO p. m., and
from 1:30 p. in., to 4:30 p. m. Tho
faculty members of tho athletic board
shall net us judges of 'the election and
there shall bo at any tlmo during tho
hours of voting nt least three judges
present at the polls. Atleast two' of
the judges shall remain at the polls
and have cliargo of the ballot boxes
during the hour of intermission from
12:30 p. m., to 1:30 p. in. A majority
of the Judges of the election shall
count the ballots.
The registrar of the university shall
provide a list or all students eligible,
under the foregoing requirements, to
vote at the election. This list shall
be kept at the polls and no ono who
presents himself as a voter shall be
given a ballot until his name has been
found to be on this eligibc list and
has been properly recorded by the
Judges of election.
Knell vOtor shall vote for not more
than live candidates. Ballots shall bo
provided on which shall be printed In
alphabetical order tho names of all
the candidates and tho instruction at
tho top "Vote for not more than flvp."
Tho rules of tho Australian ballot hIiuII
Tho live candidates having the high
est number of votes shall be elected.
Th.e newly elected moinbors of tho
board shall take olllce within one weok
of the date of their election.
SARGENT ADDRES8ES ENGINEERS.
University Man Who Has Made Good
Talks of Cuba. "
J. A. Sargent, 1003, addressed the
Epglneeis' Club last evening. Mr. Sar
gent, although receiving IiIb degreo in
1903, really lort the univorsity In
1899, just before the close of his sen
ior year. He went to Cuba and for tho
past nino years ho has been enguged
in government and railroad work in
tho West.Indies. In thnt tlmo ho has
acquired a lot of Valuable experience
and some little reputation as a suc
cessful engineer. Ho was in charge of
tho work on which most of tho Nebras
ka graduatlpg onglriors who went to
Cuba navo ueen empioyea.
Mr. Sargent came to Kew York City
on tho resumption of an independent
government by tho Cubans several
months aero. Ho is now visiting rela
tives and friends In Lincoln and Will
return east vltpln a few days.
Mr. Sargent's address laBt ovening
was on Cuban affairs. Ho told some
of his experiences on tho Island arid
his impressions of tho country and
REGENT8 MEfcV THI8 MORNING.
Adjourned 8esslon to Cdnslder Un
finished Bdslness. .
Tho board of regents wjll ,niQftt at
9 o'clock this 'morning to flnMl tho
disposal of matters copsldered' at tho
regular April irieetlng last' wee. Sev
eral things' left o'yer'at thnt timo will
bo doilnltoly disposed of today. Tho
money appropriated by th.o ast legls:
Idttiro will bo apportioned at least so
far as tho major improvements in
buildings and equipments aro con
cerned. Salary raises may como up
Thursday, 22. "Environment and
Public Opinion. Prof. H. W. Cald
well. Convocation 11 u. m.
Thursday, 22. Baseball: Lincoln
Loaguo vs. Nobraskn.
Thursday, 22. Senior clnss mooting,
Memorial hall, 11:30 a. m.
Graduate recital by Miss Florence
Chapman. Mr. Chas. H. P. Mills.
Temple Theater, 8:00 p. m. Every
Friday, 23. Junior class meeting, U.
100, at 5:00 p. m.
Freshman class meeting, Memorial
hall, 5:00 p. m.
Friday, 23. Memorial Services in
Honor of ex-Chancellor Canlleld.
Memorial Hall 11 a. in.
Saturday, 21 English Club meets with
Miss Jeffrys, 1527 South Thir
teenth St., 8:00 p. m.
Senior Enrly Morning Barbequo.
Cars at Tenth nnd O streets for
Epworth Park, at 7:00 a. m.
Monday, 26. Baseball: University of
Missouri vs. Nobraskn.
Tuesdnyt 27. "Some Popular Mis
conceptions as to the Law and
Its Administration," by Hon. H.
11. Wilson. Convocation. Me
morial Hall, 1 1 a. m.
Tuosday, 27. Basebnll: University of
"Missouri vs. Nebraska.
TucBday, 27. Forestry Lccturo: "Sci
entific Problems in Forest Planta
tions," by Prof. Phillips. N 7 at
7:30 p. m.
Friday, 30. "Social Problems In Their
Relation to Public Health." Prof
Georgo E. Howard Tomplo 6 p. ra.
Tuesday, 11 Junior Program. Convo
cation Memorial Hall, 11:00 n. in.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lccturo, Stnto
Problems in Wisconsin," A. O.
Hamel; "Utllizntlon in Wiscon
sin," J. C. Kottridgc, N7 nt 7:30
Saturday, May 15. Baseball: Drake
University vs. Nebraska.
Tuesday, 25. Forestry lecture: "For
est Types In tho Philippines,"
"Bill" Pngaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in the Philippines," M. Lazo.
Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
J. A. BRILL MEMORIAL MEDAL
Prizes Are Offered Senior Electrical
Notice was posted yesterday-in the
electrical engineering department of
the John A. Brill memorial medal nnd
prizo to bo given by the J. G. Brill
company of Philadelphia for -the best
essay on the subject, "Design of an
Electric Railway Car for City Serv
ice." Threo prizes, of $250, $150 and
$100, are to be awarded. The contest
will close June 15, 1909. The offer
Is open to all senior students of the
technical schools of tho United
'states. A gold medal In honor of
Mr. J. A. Brill, former vice-president
of tho company, will accompany the
In tho fall of 1908 tho company
made a similar offer and they report
that remarkable Interest wob awak
ened among the students and that
there Is every evidence of a largo
number of essays bging submitted this
spring. The contest is designed
largely to draw more young men Into
electric railway work. Tho American
Street and Interurban Railway asso
citaion has manifested its interest in
tho contest by authorizing tho presi
dent of tho assocltlon to appoint ono
of Its members on tho jury of awards.
It is the present intention of tho
J. G. Brill company to offer annually
prizes for essays of merit by sonior
students of tho technical schools of
tho United States on subjects con
nected with electric railway work.
Mr. Brill was a man of mechanical
genius nnd business ability in the
e.lpctrlc railway field. ' In 1904 tho
Franklin Institute awarded him the
John Scott legacy prethlum nnd medal-
for morltorlous Inventions in cars
and tho American Street and Inter
urban Railway association at the an
nual convention In tho October fol
lowing Mr. Brill's death in March,
LJ908, adopted resolutions acknowl-'
edging his sorvico to the street rail
way business and expressing .sorrow
for his ldss.
It is to commemorate his momory
nnd to servo as" an inspiration to
tjioso upon- whom tho future develop
nient of electric railways depend that
Urn medal will be given.
Tho Minnesota athletic treasurer
has a balanco on hand of $27,000. Tho
money is1 to be used in putting Bteol
and concrete grandstands on tho ath
letic field, and In making other Im
provements. Bnsketball Is now self
supporting at that institution.
Get your Punches,
Sherbets, and Ice
given to Student
Spoons and Glass
es furnished free.
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