The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 20, 1911, Image 2
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN THE DAILY NEBRASKAN THIS IMIOPKKTY OK TIIIO UNIV1C11HITY OF NKmtAHKA, Lincoln, Nebraska. Memorial Services W - K Ptibllulicil by Tina HTtmraNT puhmcation hoard EDITORIAL 8TAFF. Editor C. J. LORD MiimiKliiB WHt' '' J- MARURAVK Aanoolitlu ICdltor A. II. DINSMORIS BUSINESS STAFF. MnmiKor O. C. K1DDOO AnHlMlimt Milliliter V. C. HASCAM. Circulation Muiiiikpi. .C. C. UUCIIANAN Editorial and Dullness Office: BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ. Postofflco, Stntlon A, Lincoln, Neb. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Payable In Advance Single Copies, 6 Cents Each. Telephone: Auto 1888. Night Phones Auto 1888; Auto 2683; Bell 1123. INDIVIDUAL NOTICE8 will be charged for ut tliu ntto of 10 ccntH thn Inaortlon for ovorv llftcon wordH or fraction there of. Faculty notlccH and University bul letin will Klurily be published fren. Kntoreil nt tho poHtofllcn nt Lincoln, , Nchraxlui, iih BecoiuLchiBB mall mutter, undvr the Act of ConRrcHS of March 3. 1870. Advertisements for the want column should bo left at the business office, base ment Administration building, between 10 a, m, and 12 m., or between 2 p. m. and 6 p. m. Cash must accompany all orders for ad vertising, at the rate of ten cents for each fifteen wors or fraction thereof the first Insertion; three Insertions twenty-five tents; five Insertions forty cents. JANUARY 20, 1011. Ncbaskiv for Nebraska men. That Is the Kontimont which was easily ap parent in the dedicatory ceremonies which were- held Wednesday after noon and evening. St. Paul's Churcfy r- Today 3:3o p. m (he editorial staff. All the news nil the tlnio hnB been tho aim of the staff of the Pally NebniHknn. and efforts lmvo been made to follow this lnv. However ninny times more "dope" Is set tip than will fill the space on tho Bheet. This results In nmny items be ing left out. The stories which (It beat nccordlng to tho Idea of the com positor are the ones which nro used. This rulo is- followed regardltss of tho Importance of the news. As a result ninny news items nre left out. Tho blame lies on the smnll sheet. No one else. ENDORSE PEARSE. The donation or7TfiteTr"ThouRnnd -dollars for the benefit of worthy men in the University or NebniBkn was an un expected honovolewc. That tho pleas ure" and appreciation of the student body of Mie university cannot be mens- Junior "Medics" Meet and Decide on a Candidate. A recent meeting of the junior med leal chiBS was culled by President King for the dlacns8lon or the political situ ation. A vote was taken on the three candidates. On the third ballot II. li. Penrso was unanimously chosen as the t'HndidttttMtt. Junior -"medics- would support. There are about twenty-live members of the class. CRAVENETTE Coat Sale Saturday 100 "Kenyon" all wool Crav enettes, guaranteed rain proof, military collars, 52 and 54 inches long. Worth every cent of $15. On sale Satur day at $7.50 Palace Clothing Co. 1419 O Street Regent Couplnnd was a campus vis itor yesterday! NEW HIGH TOE Men's Shoes 03.50 Tan Galf Button, 0 J Gunmetal Button and Lace. BUDD 1415 O St. ured over an act of this kind, Is to put tho matter lightly. Not alone d) the thanks of the fucultj gulllcc, but the students of the university also wish to thank .Mr. Webster. Regent Whltniore and Dr. Waddell on their own beli.ilf. 'I hat the work of the students who are earning their way through the uni versity is appreciated is shown b the three separate donations of $1,000 each to the fiuid which will be used for the aiding of men of tills institution whose efforts to gain an education and a livelihood at the Bnme time were un successful. Tho' requirements under which the fund will be used have not as yet been given out, but it is known that tho attempts of these men to aid tho students themselves Is ti thing which is appreciated by the undergrad uate body, and each one gives thanks to tlie men who have so remembered that the university student is one who often attempts to inuko his wny in the world without the assistance of others. COMING EVENTS The Dally Nebrnskan is but a four column four-pago sheet. In that paper must go a cortaln amount of ndvertls Ing, In order thnt tho paper may have some financial income besides tho sub scription list. However in a day many events of Interest to tho student body as a whole, occur, and these affairs may bo all ,of emiat-imnortnneef T-he- most Important news is published in tho "slug-head" stories, and tho minor facts in tho smaller items. That these are not always printed is no fault of Memorial Services. Union memorial services in memory of tlie late Brigadier General E. S. Dudley, U. S. A., will be held Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock-iii St. Paul's church. Social. The annual senior masquerade will bo held Saturday evening, January 21, in the Temple. Tho Junior hop will bo held at the Lincoln, Friday, January 20th. Final .Examinations. ' The finnl examinations for the first semester will he held during tho week of anunry 30-Februqry -1. Registra tions for the second semester will also be made during that week. 'Athletics. Basketball Ames vs. Nebraska, in tho armory, Friday and Saturday at 8 o'clock. Informal hop Saturday after' tho game. Organizations. Tho Kearney club will meet Satur day evening at 300 North Twenty fourth street. The Tegner society will meet Satur day evening In-sclonce hall in tho Temple. A meeting of "the members of tho Agricultural club will be held Satur day in the Tomple. Opportunity Knocks at EveryMan's Door Once! Don't pass up tlie knock by passing up the great Surplus Stock Sale of David Adler & Sons Collegian Clothes These suits and O'Coats are up to our exacting standards as to style, material and tailoring, and when we say the greatest bargains ever offered for the money WE MEAN IT. We bought these suits right and we are going to give you the benefit. Come In and See for Yourself $22.50-$25.00 Suits . . $14.85 $l.00-$20.00 " . . $12.85 $12.85-$15.00 " . . $ 9.85 Speier & Simon We Save You Money TEMPLE SATURDAY, JN. 21 Senior Masquerade TICKETS 35c DANCING T Y v .?. WH . ,r J a"wi-r"