The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 02, 1911, Image 4

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Directory of
Advertisers
The following merchants and busi
ness men of Lincoln are anxious to
serve the' University students. By
placing tAelr advertisements in the
columns of the Dally Nebraskan they
show that they want your trade. And
you may be suro that tho merchant
who Is willing to make a little effort
to get your patronage Is the one who
Is going to treat you honestly and
considerately In attempting to keep
IK Soyouas-well as the Nebras
kan will profit by trading with these
people:
BANKS
First Trust & Savings
Central National Bank
BAKEJllIRS
Folsom
BAHBKIl SHOPS
Green's
Capital Hotel
BOOK STORES
Co-op
University
CLEANERS
Weber's Sultorlum
CLOTHING
Fnrqunhar
Magee & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
COAL
Whltebrenst '
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
DRV GOODS
Miller & Pnlno
DRUGGISTS
Rlggs
FLORISTS
Cliapln Bros.
Hlltner Bros
FURNISHINGS
Budd
Fullc
Mngeo & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon.
Armstrong Clothlug Co.
HATTERS
Budd
Fulk
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mngeo & Deemer
. Mayor Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon
J13WEL10RS
Hallett
Tucker
LAUNDRIES
' Evans
OPTICIANS
Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Do Gaston & Houck
PRINTERS
Gcorgo Bros.
Simmons
Van Tine
RESTAURANTS '
Cameron's
Y. M. C. A. Spa .
Herpolshelmer's
SHOES
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd
Men's Bootery
Mayor Bros.
Miller & Paine
- Yates French
Warthon's
SKIRTS.
Skirt-Store
TAILORS
Elliott Bros.
-THEATERS
Ollvor
, Orpheuiu
TYPEWRITERS
L'lncoln, Typewriter Exchange
B. F. Swanson Co.
SPREGKLES RECITES STORY
OF WAHGAINST GRAFT
Continued from Pago 1
an urgent plea mndo for the Initiative
and referendum and the recall. Mr.
Spreckles told of how the signature of
four Judges had been Becured to an
order to grant Abe Ruoff a rehearing,
but when the legislature passed the
recall there was u unanimous decision
for vacating tho order.
In closing he told the story of a
young man who ho had known well
Ho was tho secretary of a corpora
tion thnt hndbeon'linpllTnTtetl-In-thxri
bribery caBes. Ho wub wealthy and
had been gfven this position with all
promises of success. The manager
had been a friend of hhi father, and
nfter congratulating the young man
said that lie must do what his associ
ates wished. This ho did and was a
ruined man with nothing left. Mr.
SpreckleB told tho story as the young
man related it to him. But there was
still enough manlineBB In tills fellow
to Bay that Mr. Spreckles was right
and thnt he sympathized with hint in
IiIb work.
Principles In Business.
The speaker made a Btrong appeal
for principles In all business, prin
ciples that are right. He said that
the man to bo condemned twas the one
who In the name of friendship would
tell tlfe young people to always obey
thoso who were influential about
them. A banker who In speaking to
the students of the University of Cal
ifornia told them thnt they must not
be "too fussy" out in the businesu
world was arraigned in no gentle man--no
iv TheaeJiieiiallIlLLiL be. bnnlBhcd
from the home, he declared, for the
men who live off the. corruption of
young men are no better than those
who live off tho shame of womnn.
After his address the audience ex
tended a vote of thanks to Mr.
Spreckles, who was forced to leave
early In ordor to catch his train.
Bryan Speaks.
Hon. W. J. Bryan was present and
was asked to speak. Ho commended
Mr. Spreckles for tho stand he had
taken, and tho great work p was do
ing for his country. He said that the
majority would govern, but In tho In
dividual there should be morality. No
one should be afraid to stand up for
what ho thinks 1b right. He may hnvi
some idea thnt has never been thought
of, or if It has, It has never been
mentioned. This Is the greatest ago
of opportunity, he declared, the world
has ever known. Men who could for
get other matters and look to tho pub
lic welfare, ho said, were the men who
were needed. Mr. Spreckles was
pointed out as a high Idea of citizen
ship. What the country needs is
such men who can rise nbove their
environment.
Chancellor Avery presided at the
meeting and introduced the Breakers
of the evening.
RULES FOR OFFICEHOLDERS.
Must Carry Twelve Hours and Not Be
. Delinquent.
Attention of studonts 1b again
called to the regulations imposed by
the university authorities In regard
to qualifications for holding any class
o 111 co or position on athletic teams,
dramatic club,' or other university-organizations.
The following was posted
on the bulletin boards and published
in tho Nebraskan last September:
22. A Btudont who, In any semester,
is not satisfactorily carrying a least
twe've (12) hours is debarred from
representing the' university that es
mester on any nthlet'c or dobate team
or board, on a glee, mandolin, or dra
atlc clubTon tho staff "pnmrTloirofttdlet4(wiioUJdll-Jie keM
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publication or on any other university
organization; moreover u student who
falls to pass In twelve (12) hours at
! the end of a somoster Is debarred from
A NICE DAINTY LUNCH FOR MINE
A nice hot snappy drink on a cold day, and then there are
other soda drinks, too. Egg Drinks, Lemonades, Crushed
Fruits, in fact anything in the drinkable line you might desire.
Dainty Puncjies for parties, Delicious Brick Ice Cream for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
THE FOLSOM
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
Wt Want Your Goal Orders. QIvo Us a Trial Ordar.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
WHITEBREAST COMPANY
1106 0 STREET AUTO 3228 BELL 234
On Match 18
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
"A Message Fom Mars"
OLIVER
One Performance
representing the university in any ca
pacity the semester following.
In the past the actlvo enforcement
of this ruling has been applied mainly
by university athletic and publication
boards to those representing the uni
versity in athletics- and upon its publi
cations. It seems desirable that no student
who Is unable, or not sufficiently Inter
ested in the academic side of his col-
ege life, to carry with a passing grade
twelve hours, the minimum required
of a regular student, should represent
tho student body and the university
In an yofllcial capacity whatever. It
Is therefore recommended "that each
student before becoming a candidate
for any such -position or ofllce secure
from the registrar a statement that
he has passed !n twelve hours last se
mester In school, and ascertain also
that he Is not at present delinquent.
All class officers, before appointing or
announcing committees, athletic or de
bating teams, should submit the names
selected to the university olllclals for
approval.
The university feels that thoso who
can not meet this scholarship r-equ're-ment
should not be given additional
responsibilities and Unit such honors
and advantages as come from the M
lllment of various offices should be re
ceived by thoso who are meeting this
obligation, and, as a result, are bona
fide college students.
INTERFRATERNITY MEET SATURDAY
LARGE NUMBER OF ENTRIES
ANNUAL GREEK" EVENT
INCREASING.
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The annual Interfrnternity
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armory next Saturday night, .March 4.
Judging from tho. present expectations
of the committee munagement, this is
lo be the largest and most successful
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THEATER
Only, at 8:15 P. M.
event of its type ever held at Nebras
ka. Every fraternity in tho school will
participate in this meet. Each will
enter three men In each event, with
the exception of the relay and tug-of-war,
In which entries, of four and six,
respectively, will bo made. Duo to
the exceptionally large number of en
tries already presented to the commit
tee on entries, it may bo necessary to
noiu iry-outs preliminary to the big
event. It Is almost assured that this
will be the case in the relay and tug-or-war.
although a definite time for
the "elimination" has not been set.
The Interfraternity meet was in
stalled permanently into the univer
sity athletic curriculum four years
ago. It was won In 190S and 1909 by
Alpha Theta Chi and in 1910 by Beta
Theta Pi. A good many conjectures
have been made regarding thep rob
able winner for 191,1, but It Is gener
ally agreed that most of the Greek
clubs will get a share of tho bacon
ration and that most of the Shares will
be evenly divided. All entries will be
announced in the Daily' Nebraskan to
morrow morning.
TO ENTERTAIN LEGISLATURE.
Cadet Band Is Preparing for Concert
to Be Given March 23.
The University Cadet band will give
Its flnnl concert or tho, year at the
Oliver theater Thursday. .March 23,
This Is to be the crowning feature of
the band's work and all the music is
new and tho kind 'that first class
hands play. The hand .contains about
seventy members this semester, . and
under Director llagenow has. mado
rapid advancement In its playlnir
ability.
QavuaiorJUdilchjtiulthe momborw
of tho legislature will bo specially In
vited guests at tho concert. A gen
oral admission will bo charged to
cover the expenses of the event.
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