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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUB PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Published by ..,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor C J LO?,
ManiiKliiK Editor T. J. "AUQIlAVfc
ABBOClato Editor A. H. DINSMORE
AsBlBtunt Manager V. C'fA8C
Circulation Mnnngor..C. C. BUCHANAN
Editorial and BuSlneia Otflco:
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JANUARY 19, 1911.
The first basketball games of the
year, to which tho attention of the
students will be attracted, will bo hold"
Friday nntl Saturday evenings. Ames
Is to bo tho ilrst conference team
which the Nebraska quintet. Is to meet.
Tho team has now Btruck Its gait, and
that, the championship of tho Missouri
MaUoy ISr-avUhln ajar grasu miiaL-Jlfi.
Bion J. Arnold
M. E. Cooley
v Thursday 11 o'clock
Boll Phono 408 Auto Phono 8400
The Palace Stables
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Board and Livery
Carriages For Partios a specialty
JIM All KEN, - PROP.
New Ideal Laundry Company
(The Better Quality)
Hand Work Our Specialty
Either Phones 8080 1840 O Street
Articles which are left In public
LJEes the .plan la both advisable
2. Assuming ($2.00) two dollars the
feo for each semester, tho fund of
$0,000 to $8,000 would be created,
thereby aBBtirlng each and every or
ganization sufficient funds.
3. Tho fee would not bo excessive,
but assuring every student more than
4. It would create greater Interest
In nil activities and directly promote
5. It would place every Btudont on
an equal footing-, thus tending to pro
mote a spirit of fellowship as well as
Increase tho individual interest in nil
0. The suggestion Is the easiest, saf
est and best and will bo heartily In-
dorsetl by tho students as a whole.
Today college training means more
than mere grades, subjects or degrees,
but creates for the future tho best
things In life, friendship, loyalty,
Ideals, duty and honor; therefore let's
Fri. Jan. 20
Limited to lOO
-Walt's. OrcKestr.aTicKets $1.25
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order.
1106 0 STREET AUTO 3228 BELL 234
Genuine Ooze Galf $5.00 Shoes
Oh! You Suede Girls!
Sample Shop Upstairs
places by students havo becomo so
numerous nt times to becomo abso
lutely bothersome. Books, pocket
books, gloves and similar articles loft
In tho Hbrnry by students If placed lit
ono pllo would make some of us think
twlco about our carelessness.
Two events of tho nature of tho
dedication of tho now building and
memorial services In honor of tho
late General Dudley calls to the at
tention of tho student body of tho
work of tho living, nnd tho apprecia
tion of the efforts of tho dead. Men
who are Interested In educational
work are always to reap their reward.
Tho tlmo was known when people in
terested In educational work wore
never known beyond their Bmnll cir
cle of friends. But today it is differ
ent. Tho world wldo competition, de
mands hotter eduacted men and wo
men. They are tho peoplo who ap
preciate and reward tho efforts of the
For ITelbr. 17
January 16, 1911.
Editor Dally Nebrnsltan,
nry 13th, 1911, on "Student" fees for
athletic and other student actlvl-
Union memorial services In memory
of tho late Brigadier General E. S.
Dudley, U. S. A., will bo held Friday
afternoon nt 3:30 o'clock In St. Paul's
Tho annual senior masquerade will
bo held Saturday evening, January 21,
In tho Temple.
The junior hop wlll bo held at the
Lincoln, Friday, January 20th.
The final examinations for the first
semester will bo held during tho week
of nnuary 30-February 4V Registra
tions for tho second somesterwlll also
bo made during that week.
Basketball Ames vs. Nebraska, In
tho armory, Friday and Saturday at 8
o'clock. Informal hop Saturday after
The German club will meet Thurs;
day evening at 8. o'olock at 1235 Q
Tho Kearney club will meet Satur
day evening at 309 North Twenty
Tho Tegner Boclety will meet Satur
day evening In science hall In the
Temple. . -
Lincoln Sanitarium Plunge
Tbi Gnat Silt Water Svlnmlog Pail
g I II J 9
HOURS i Ladlei, MornJngi Kxoopl luaaayB.
Gentlemen. Afternoon and Kranlngs. Ladlai
and QanUtman, Monday and Friday BranlHga.
14th tad H Etriili. Special Partlu Arraiitd Fw
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON B0NS
For Lunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
- Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St
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