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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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FIFTEEN HOURS ENOUGH
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O street.
The Graduate club will meet Friday
evening, May 5, for 6 o'clock dinner in
the tfemple. Short papers will be
read by Mr. Carroll anil MIbb. Hrbkova,
followed by brief discussions. Elec
tion of officers.
Chapin Bros., Flo r lata, 127 So. 13th.
.Millicent Stebbins, A. B. 190G, and
fellow in German, recently underwent
successfully an operation for nppendl
cltis. She is still in the Burnham hos
pital at Champagne, 111., and is re
Capital Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P.
Miss Day will entertain the mem
bers of the gymnasium class at tho
armory Friday ovinlng at 8:30. All
members of the class are invited to
come with gentlemen friends. The
last folk dance of the Beason will be
given, after which social dancing will,
be the program.
It. O. Warde, barber, Woods, 1206 O.
"At the second conference on the
teaching of economics, to be held at
the University of Chicago Saturday,
May C, J. E. Lo Rossignol, lately elect
ed head of the department of econom
ics at Nebraska, will give an address
on tho subject, "The Character and
Method of College Undergraduate
Work in Economics."
Green's Sanitary Barber Shup, 120
Without any parentage, and unan
nounced, to take but one breath, then
perhaps die, the "Gatling Gun" ap
peared at tho university yesterday
morning. It was a four-page paper
and no editorial staff was named. Ad
vertising was - absent. Inquiry de
veloped nothing, but it is understood
Kb advent was to boost tho military
ball. However, other school activities
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Senior class plrifc can be obtained at
the university book store. There are
a few left yet and tho comlmttee is
anxious to have these off hands so re
ports can be mado. 130-81
DEAN DAVI8 DECLARES THE 8NAP
COURSES SHOULD BE
Dean Davis spoke at convocation
Tuesday morning on "Courses of
Study." He gave some interesting
faces and made some suggestions that
would help tho work in tho colleges.
In the first place, tho courses are not
arranged scientifically or theoretically,
but mainly to allow each department
to have some credit.
There aro too many easy courses.
The enBy Btudies, the popular profes
sors nnd the well advertised courses
have the greatest number of Btudents.
When a student gets into a hard study
he thinks he Is badly mistreated and
present tendencies lpdicato growing
wonder that any one could expect a
student to work very hard. If a pro
fessor does insist on work he and his
course are discredited by the student
Professor Davis thought that better
entrance requirements should be de
manded. He recommended a three-
yenr high school course, not reducing
the work, but mnking It more thorough
and of a high grade. He also would
like to see some of the snap courses
abolished or changed. At present
there are in this university about 280
two-hour courses and 100 one-hour
courses. Credit for such courses ns
glee club, more lecture attendance
and Saturday excursions should not
be given. He thought It would bo
well to require each sophomore to take
at leaBt two five-hour courses and each
freshman one five-hour.
The number of hours one student
should bo allowed to carry a semester
should be limited to fifteen. Then
those should be all he could well
handle. No one department should
offer so many courses hb they do at
present. The university, as an Insti
tution of learning, should demand
more and better work of her students.
Want ads will positively not be In
aerted unless paid in advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; three Inser
tlons 26 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
x For SaleA good kitchen range;
nearly new; cheap. Soo Nebraskan
For Sale Duo bill on loading pho
tographer in Lincoln. See Nebraskan
Learn toucn typewriting without
going to commercial school. Wo fur
nish university studonts with a com
plete course in touch typewriting and
rent you any make of typewriter, threo
monthB for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 140G Q street. tf
Wanted to Buy 'Old gold and silver
Jewelry. C. F. Spain & Co., upstairs,
138 No. 12th St. " tf
For Rent A Modern 21-room house,
to some fraternity or sorority or club,
at 1029 R street. 133-5t
woro well dressed for tho
period in which they lived.-
Threo ideas of dress which
were common to tho Greeks
are still retained by us.
These aro roominess,, grace
fulness and simplicity,
You will find these qual
ities together with many oth
ers which go to make perfec
tion all combined in our
$15 to $40
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
Found On campus, some monoy.
Owner may have same by Identify
The following studentB have filed
Collars furnisher ahd hatter Cluett . Shirts
1 325 O STREET
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tl
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street. Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Hiltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12th
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Palms
nnd choice flowers of all kinds.
Ted Marrlner cleaner, dyer, and
hatter, 235 No. 11th St. Auto 487C,
Don't throw them away. Safety
razor blades sharpened, 1140 O stroot.
Tho musical clubs of Stanford uni
versity will take n trip to Chicago
some time this summer.
with me the necessary statements
and nre otherwise eligible to qualify
as candidates for student membership
on the athletic board for the year
L. R. Anderson.
H. R. Ankeny.
W. L. Bates.
Sam R. Buck.
W. T. Carroll.
V. C. Hoscall.
A. H. Hiltner.
O. W. Miller.
E. S. Munson.
R. M. Switzler.
R. G, CLAPP,
134-4t Secretary Athlelc Board.
to "ft- v
Patent like cut
( 1220 O Street
Most young men want to
wear clothes which will
win the approval of oth
ers as well as themselves.
The matter of clothes is a
mighty important factor in
the success or failure of
every man too important
to pass by without careful
Be critical in your decision
don't buy a suit because
its a necessity get clothes
which show you up which
make your personality stand
out like a sore thumb wear
Scotch Tailored Clothes.
The price is the one cheap
feature about them never
more nor less we would
like to help you to choose
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TONI.GHT AT 8:15
Direct from New York
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Prices $2.00 to 50c
LINCOLN MAviaxATSS,ay; "30
KKi ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Welch, Mealy & Montrose
Eckert & Berge
Corcoran & Dixon
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
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Beginning Monday Evening May 1
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Evenings at 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Matinees Wed. & 8at. 15c & 25c
IF IT'S pRIflflflB YOU WANT
Soe Us Beforo Ordering Elsowhert
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets "
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
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Dinner J:30 to J J 30 OR
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