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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Business Directory Hvory loynl
UnivorBlty Btutlont is urgod to patron-
I to those Nobrasltan advertisers, ..and
to nionllqfj tho Nobfnsknri vwhllo do-
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Opirst Trust & Savings
I AKNIUES 1
1 .1 0 Wood & Co.
.loo, Tho Tailor.
' Tod Murrinor.
CLOTHING v , i
t Farquhar .
Mngoo & Doomor
I'alaco Clothing Co.
' Spolor & Simon
j Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltcbon
J. R. Davis.
.llllor & Paino
Rudgo & Guonsol
, Cornell ,
, C. II. Froy
Froy & Froy
Mugoe &. Dcomer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgc & Guouzol
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magco & Doemer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Spolor & Simon
FrnpklJn loo Occam Co.
fY. M. C. A. Spa
Goodyear Raincoat Co. '
SHOES . . '
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Rogers & Porklns
Miller & Paine
Joe, Tho Tailor.
W .Linpqln Typewriter, Ex.
.. i Undbw5od'Ty'beWrlter Co
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KN0CKER8 HANDED A
,, . R0A8T BY 8PEAKER8 ,
1 ' ", AT ANNUAL BAN'QUETj
Ing tho now nthatlc llfcld. Ho pnTtl
tribute to Mr. MTTitfr and Mr MeDon
nlrtwho fiirnlHlu'd; inoiioy to Jlnnno'
a part'of tho purchase, and fo Man-j
agor Eager, who engineered tho aiV
.rangomentH and qoiiHtrucllon of tho
Hold. Ho declared the purpose of tho
board to make signal permanent im-,
provomontH uh soon as the board of
regents Hhould doflnltoly decide upon,
a permanont Bystom of camptiB exten
sion so that tho permanence or the
proHent Held might be assured. A(..
present the possibility of certain plans
on tho part of the board prevents tho
erooUon of permanent fences and
stands, which would be uspIobh If the
field must bo abandoned within a com
paratively short time.
' v Favors All-Ycar Coach.
Professor Lees featured his address
with an appeal for action by the stu
dents to Insure the retention of an
all-year coach for all athletics He
believed It superhuman for one man
to do the work necessary to develop a,
winning football team during a two.
months' stay i"h Lincoln. He would
hnve a man at Nebraska to compare
with Stang at' Chicago or with Camp,
at Yale. This he believed to he the
next play for Nebraska.
Following tlie conclusion of the for
mal list by Dr. Lees, ex-fnptalu .lohn
Wostover and Manager E:ger spoke
brletl. Wostover started a boom lor
Coach "Bummy" Booth, In the event
that Dr. Lees' plan was not practicil.
The possibility of Booth's leturn to,
Nebraska has b.'cn much dlsctt'sed
lately, and Westovei's advocacj of the
farmer CornhuBkcr coach Interested
the students considerably. Manager
Eager declared the need of bringing
the capable high school players horn
out in tho state to the university. He
defended .his course In scheduling
games with Haskeli, Uenvei and other
seml-piofessional schools on the
grounds that other arrangements
Ex-Captain Glen Mabon. .mil Shon
ka. Templo, Haito, and Frank spoke
in respoiihe to culls or the BtudentM, all
declaring for the good spiiit or the
L'am or this eai
Let me serve - refreshments at
your next party
Find him" at Herpolsheimer's
15c, 2 for 25c
Cluctt, Peabody & Co.
FIND WORKING FOR UNCLE SAM
HARD TO UNDERSTAND LANGUAGE
Work In the Forest Bureau Is
Different Sort than Orig
inal Training In
Nebraska students have achieved
success all over the various parts of
tho United States. These students
are not the only Nebraska men who
have brought the name of their alma
mater Into the limelight. Far across
the waters or the Pad lie several or
j the graduates ot tho Cornhusker
I school aie toiling to show that the
i education which they have received
in the Scarlet and Cream school Is
i Inferior to none. Two of these men
graduated noni Nebraska last spring
and huve already shown their ability
to uphold the standards of Nebraska
teaching in Uncle Sam's domain
acioss the waters.
These two men are T ( Tapacio
and G Pagaduan. who were in Ne
braska last year and for two years
pu'vious they were here under the
expense or Uncle Sam These men
were registered In the department ol
forestry and' tilso specialized in tlu
department of botany In recent let
.lers to a member o tho universil
faculty they tell ot their work In the
Philippine Islands and they State thai
they find it very pleasant.
! Lumbering Enterprises. !
! Mr. Tapacio in employed in the for
est ot Bataan, and hestates that it Is i
.... ..i t. . 1. i .. it x ati . I
uiie in me nesi in uiai locality, lie
says that the tiinb.'r lands aie excel
lent and that when forest conditions
become more impioved that there will
be a great lumber industiy in that
I province Mr. Tapacio states turther
tthat the forest reserve is an idea that
the bureau is at present trying to
make the government appiove by put
ting a bill to that effect before the
Philippine oniinission and assembly.!
If tills pl.m is carried oik it will mean '
that lumber lands worth millions and
millions orinesos will be saved from
permanent destruction and this wiM
add greatly to the prosperity to tho
Mr. Tapacio is at present in ihe de
partment of Investigation. This work
consists chiefly or making collections
or botanical, zoological and entlnio
logical specimens. It also incudes
mapping and surveying. Mr. Pagaduan
kv ih... i.o ,wiD hi- ..., r..,
says that he finds his work fairly rea
sonable and that ho has also some
work in collecting specimens for the
bureau. He lias also been put on In
spection work. This means the in
specting of cuttings, and to see that
the stumps of the trees cut conrorm
with the regulation of the bureau. Ho
says that the difficulty is the work In
the sun. but that at night the atmos
phere Is very cold.
Mr. Pagaduan. finds that helms some
difllcult with the dialect of the na
tives In the part of the Islands in
which he 1b located. Ho says that ho
feels like a stranger because ho can
not apeak tho dialect, and that ho has
to speak Spanish all the time, and i
even then he cannot speak .with many
of tho people for tho number of per
sons who can talk his .language nro
Throughout their lottorH thoy tell of
tholr 8ucce8B and tho oxcellent advan
tages which thoy have to further their
preliminary training which thoy re
ceived In tho University of Nebraska.
BEGINNING COURSE IN SPANISH.
Course 1 to Be Repeated Second Sem
ester for New Students.
The department of romanco lan
guages Is preparing to offer a course
in beginning Spanish next senjostor.
Thoro seems to be a demand for the
class and work will bo given If there
are at least ten Btudents who wish il.
Tho course will bo a five-hour one,
and will como at 9 o'clock. It is ln
tepded to mako thq course so com
plete thaf; the students con, next ypar
go on with the language, if they wish,
with tho students, Vho uhava.1 had a
three-hours course tho wholq or this
year. , . , ' , .
There are thirty-eight Btudcnts .w.Ko
are now taking the first'-coifrsfe 'in
Spanish. This Ib the largest number
in tho history of the university. The
department will also have a begin
ning Fiench clnss next somestor.
Judging from remarks heard on the
campus, French is every year becom
ing more popular with tho students
and a large number will probably be
gin work In it next semester.
E.'E. WHITE DIES IN THE EAST.
Nebraska Engineer, 1908, Succumbs
to Typhoid Fever In Pennsylvania.
E. B. White, 1008, died at Wilkens
burg, Pa., last Friday. He succumbed
to typhoid feer after a short but se
Mr. White wns a well-known stu
dent for the years just prior to his
graduation. He was liked by his fel
low students and engineers who knew
him professed sorrow yestorday when
told of his death. The body was
brought to Plattsmouth, where inter
ment took place.
FRATERNITIES CUT CUT
HALF FORMAL PARTIES
EACH TO HOLD BIG EVENT EVERY
MAY DO LIKEWISE
Plan of Men Meets With Some Favor
Among the Girls and Legisla
tion in Near Future Is a
Only Jiair of the twelve fraternities
in Nebraska will give formal parties
this year. The other six will have
their turn next year when they will
give the large allalrs.
This is the substance ot an agree
ment signed Tuesday night by repre
jsentatlvcs of the twelve tegular fra
lernuies in Nebraska. Alpha Tail
Omega. Alpha Theta Chi Phi Gamma
Delta, Kappa Gamma, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, and Sigma Nu are the fra
ternities which will give formats this
year. The others, including Delta Tau
Delta. Delta Upsilon, Beta Theta Pi,
Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, and Phi
Kappa PsI, will postpone their big
events until 1910-11.
Phi Kappa Psi may decide to give a
formal this year on account of its be
"'b ' i anniversary or the
organization of tho chapter. This ac-
lion has tho assent of the other fra
ternities, and it is understood that any
arrangement which may be made is
open to change in instances of special
anniversaries or occasions.
Tho agreement is to hold for only
two years, the fraternities not desir
ing to bind themselves for a period
when conditions may have changed.
Tlie action was wholly voluntary on
the part or the Greeks and resulted
from an agitation extending over a pe
riod of several months.
Girls May Follow.
Members of tho Intorsorority coun
cil Bald yesterday that the sororities
might follow the lead of tho frats In
abolishing the extent of their fornials.
It la known that some of. tho girlB in
dividually favor a reduction in tho
number of the big1 parties and some
of tho sororities would vote for Buch
action. Whether these will count uh
a majority Is not yet known. Tho
council meets tonight and tho matter
may bo discussed at that time.
Hoy G. Plorco, '07, is still foreBt as
slstant in tho. section of planting, with
offlco at 105 W. 14th Ave., Denver,
Colo. Mr. Pierce graduated from tho
University of Michigan In 1908. Ho
was married at Ardmore, Pa., Nov. 13,
to MIbb Messlo Knapp.
Dn Ruth Marshall, '07, edited tho
October nunVbor of tho Nature Study
Rovlo.w. Dr. Marshall has, an article
In this magazine. In which she dis
cusses "A Course of Nature Study for
Teachers," She is at present profes
sor of botany In Rockford College,
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