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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PnOPEUTY OF r
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,'
Lincoln, Nobroako. ' ti
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THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
' (. EDITORIAL STAFF.
Editor..... S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. II. DINSMORE
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BUSINESS STAFF. ,
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K. B. WHERRY
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Lion for tho tournament ond tho meet
with Iown. Thls.iB nn lrit,ejr'6jstlng
jport and' ijo should get? acquainted
Wrestling Ib going on dally In prepara
tion for tho tournament and the meet
With. It. Science,, and.,, strength' are
combined with agility and spied bo
that tho wrestler is Invariably a good
At Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Har
vard and other large Universities of
the east wrcBtllng has taken Its place
In tho ltnercolloglato sport along with
basketball, track, baseball, football and
gymnastics. Hegular bouts between
colleges occur evory year. In tho west
tho mat athletics have not received
much prominence In the past, but are
Just beginning. Nebraska has ar-.
rangetk for Its first Intercollegiate con
test with Iowa, and will hold tho first
tournament this week. Wrestling Is
woll worth your support and you
should not fall to see some of the
matches In tho tournament which be
gins today and enflfsTfla'ay Hlght.-Nc-
braska has some good material and
the finals will bo close and Interesting.
ONE MORE REPORTED.
Rumor that John Outright Ic 8elzed
A rumor reached tho Nobraskan of-'
flee last night to tho effect that John
Outright was ill with tho smallpox.
On account of the lateness of the hour
at which tho report came In no final
confirmation could bo obtained.
Saint Peter "Well, who are you?"
Candidate -"I am a student.'
Saint Peter "Did you read your
Candidate "I did."
Saint Peter "Did you subscribe for
Candidate "I did not."
Saint Peter "First elevator down."
The wearing of claBB colors during
tho Junior Week by the tfiTrd year stu
dents Is a good scheme. The only
trouble about is that there are not
enough bearing the distinction. But
a fow Is better than none. All Juniors
Bhould have them before the day is
Following the fining of a janitor at
Wellesloy for stealing cats for dis
section --by- the- students, an. Inquiry
which' Its promoters bellovo will lead
to Harvard medical school has been
begun on the disappearance of cats
and dogs in Cambridge.
sintered at the DOBtofllco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as. second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
MAItCH 16, 1911.
YET IT 18 80.
What would you think If you woro
told that you could witness somo of
tho famouB battles of tho paBt, see
them as thoy actually occurred? Do
you not think It would Beem marvelous
to behold tho OreekB defending tho
-pase otr Tliermqplynor-Caesar- fighting.
hhj way through tho Gauls, tho charge
ot tho light brlgado a.t Balaklava, the
old consular guard hurling Itself on the
terrlblo hollow Bquaro at Waterloo,
tho patriots defending Bunker Hill, or
Jaul Jones fighting tho Sorapls with
Freshmen at Michigan expect tho
faculty to bar upper classmen from In
terfering with their clasB banquet.
Tho Btudent sonato at Iowa has rec
ommended that dancing shall not bo
recognized as a college amusement.
Five hundred Chinese students are
being educated in tho universities of
the United States, with Cornell aB the
largest drawing caru
By a recent ruling instructors at
Chicago are forced to shave .their
mustaches, as co-ods refused to at
tend classes If the instructor has any
A department for training degener
ate children will bo opened at Michigan.
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Gall or write for catalogu and cumcnurA
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Art phone 080. Bell phone 1299. IIS Se. Stk St, UmIb, fefcr.
Lincoln Sanitarium Plang
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frail craft? Perhaps you never have
thought 'that you can see on. tho cam
pus every day oftorts as heroic, thbugh
If you haYo never scon any such
thing, watch some poor lonely fellow
doing his utmost to pass a dozen or
moro girls walking side by side on tho
walk or in tho hallway. Sometimes
ho gets past and sometimes ho does
not. While tho women are worthy of
tho greatest respect, they are hardly
deserving of. this self assumed Impor
tance. Thoy should remember that
tho walks and halls aro limited in
width, and that, there aro others who
must pass tho samo way. All aro sup
posed to novo an equal right and each
one Is on his or her honor not to'
usurp too much of tho privilege. Watch
where you aro going and bo so accom
modating as to stop far enough to one
side 'to leave others room to pass.
Mld-Bemestors will soon bo hero.
Burn tho midnight oil to a good ad
vantage before it Is too lato.
Now that basketball is over, now
lines of athletics will domand tho at
tention of tho university for tho rest
of tho year, Those who 'think that
gymnasium and seo for themselves.
16 Annual Junior class convocation,
Temple, 11 a. m.
16 Ivy day commltteo meets, U106,
11:30 a. m.
16-17 WreBtllng tournament, Armory.
17 Vesper services, Memorial hall, 5
17 Union Literary society, St. Patrick,
party, Temple, 8 p. m.
17 PalladlanB, new members pro
gram, Temple, 8 p. m.
18 Y. W. 3. A. pageant of .missions,
Templo, 3 to 5 p. m.
18 Agricultural club, Illustrated lec
ture on Germany, by Professor
18 Junior play, "A Message from
Mars," Oliver theater, 8:16 p; m,
21 Convocation, Dr. Louise' Pound on
21 Wrestling, Iowa yb. Nebraska, at
21 Togner meets at the Templo, 8
27 Mid-semester examinations begin.
23 University Cadet band concert.
24 Union Literary society play at
Temple-theater? ' ; r-
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest.
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CLEANERS and DYERS c vrGBy
A. A. U. Basket Ball Championship
OF THE STATE
Lincoln V. 7VY. s. Omaha Y. V.
Y. M. C. A. GYM.
Thursday, March lth
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 Punches for parties, Delicious Brick Ice, Cream for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
1307 O STREET
2G Junior class' convocation.
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