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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1911)
THE DAI.fr YsflEBBAJIKAN
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ON THE CAMPUS
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
T3ie Forestry club will meet tonigbl
in room 2 Nebraska hall, at 7:30.
Capital Hotel 'Bar.ber Shop, 11 &P.
Prof. Howard, who has been con
fined, to his- home on account of sick
ness, hna ngaln returned to bis "work.
Don Cameron's Cafe,, 119 So. 12th.
Miss Florence Schwake, '13, PI Beta
Phi, has returned to Bchool aftor a
two weeks' illness.
' Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
Tbero will bo a. mooting of the Intef
class athlotlc board this morning at 11
o'clock in Dr. Clapp's office.
Green's Sanitary Barber 8hop, 120
No. 11th. i
The Chemistry club will mecvt to
morrow evening in the chemistry lec
f- o o '
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streots.
J. R. Wil'lcockflon, 1914, is at the St
Elizabeth hospital recovering from an
Investigate the nifty photos at
Blazek's studio, 1306 O street. The
only ones in the city like them. tf
...Mias Esther Hunter, 1911, left Snn
day to take up a position as tfachei
in the Aurora high school.
Wanted Forty Cornhuskers a I
Townsend's every day thiB month.
$1.00 and $1.50
! 65 Cents
I BROKEN LINES
1 325 O
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, in
vites and Programs.
Hiltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12tK
St. Phones Auto 1894, Bell 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
We solicit tho university trade.
The Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
has moved into its new quarters at
1406 O St, where tboy aro ready to
show all makeB of typewriters with
Tho following members of the senior
mask committee will please meet to
day (Tuesday) In U110 at 11:30 a. m.,
to make tho final arrangements for
tho annual senior mask partyr which
is to bo hold next Saturday, anuary
21, In the Temple miiBlc hall: V. C
"Hascall, V. B. Smith, Mabel Solman
O. F. WALTER,
Black Hills Special,
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Sale Price $6.00
To the Editor or the Daily Nebraakan:
A college -aewspaper is no placo to
threBh out political "scraps"; it la no
place for the exhibition of personali
ties of any sort. But there are occa
sions, in a university like our own,
when a man. whothor ho means to or
not, stands for a principle, and then,
in order to get at the principle, one Is
forced to whack the man occasion
ally. Two years ngo a bunch of senior
academics invaded a sophomore aca
demic class election. They camo aa
sophomores, because they wore mem
bers of the freshman law class. They
were determined to vote in that class
election, and, through a distortion of
all known parliamentary laws of pro
cedure, tboy did vote, .although. rulod
out by the president. Thai was two
years ago. The leader of that preda
tory band has now been announced a a
a candldato for the presidency of the
It would seem, to everyone except
possibly a small contingent of senior
laws, that the senior class of 1911 is
very short on material for statesmen
Jit, fW,ouldj'-seoinf that there lsrnotija.J
suitable man wno nas oecn witn. tne
class during all Its four years of or
ganization, who Is capable of directing
its affairs through its last semester.
It would seem that seven presidents
are all that the class of 1911 can
"scraps, up" from its own number.
Opposed to this senior law, who
should have taken his academic de
gree, whothor he did or not, two years
ago, aro two representatives', bona
fide, members of tho class, either of
which would be fully capahle to direct
the class' affairs. These men havq,
-for four years;-TbontthoIr effortg tc
ward the good of the class of 1911,
and are not "carpet baggers" seeking
to snatch an additional "honor" from
SUIT CASES AND
THIS WEEK ONLY
the hands of a class to which they aro
Men and women with the faintest
trace of clasB spirit in their make-up
should get out and vote, when the
time comes, for one or tho other ol
these real members of tho class ol
1911.' Let it not be said that tho das.
was forced to Import a superannuated
member of tho class of 1909 to serve
as president during tho last semester
of its existence.
There will be a meeting of the
junior prom committee today at 11
o'clock in U106.
Professor Engberg offers a courBO
in tho mathematical principles of in
surance, to bo given the next semester
if a sufficient number register to make
it worth whllo to give the course.
GIVES EXCELLENT PLAY.
Dramatic Club Presents "Mice and
Men" at Temple.
Tho presentation of tho piny "MIoo
and Men" by the Dramatic club Satur
day night was the beBt ever offered by
that organization. A largo -wad appreciative-
"juidldrice 'greeted the students.
Miss Nagl as'Peggy" was easily tho
tar. Tho cntlro cast was well bal
anced and the character intorprotu
tlons were oxcollent.
Tho cast was as follows:
Mark Embury (a scholar, Bclontlst
and philosopher) Nyo MorehouBO.
Roger Goodlako (his friend and
neighbor) Fred McConnell.
Captain George Lovell (his nephow)
Sir Harry Trimblestono Byrne
Kit Barnlgor (a fiddler) M. 0.
Petor (Embury'B servant) Earl
oannu Goodlako (wife of Goodlako)
Mrs. Deborah (Embury's housekeep
er) Floronco Hostottler.
Peggy ("Little Britain") Julia
Matron (of tho foundling hospital)
Mnrjorlo'Kunkol. ' '
Beadle (of tho foundling hospital)
M. O. Bates.
Molly (a kltchon maid) Marjorlo
Foundlings MIbbob Mario Douglas,
Katherlne Willis, Alfa Warthon, Ada
Morgan, Merrlam Clark, Merlo Hook
stra and Mltllda Stonger.
Tho twenty-sixth annual banquot of
tho Union Literary society was held
Friday evening at the Lindell hotel.
A. R. Raymond, '11, was toustmaBter.
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