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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1911)
APPLICATION FOR WHIT OF
To tho Honorablo Judges:
Chancellor 8amuol Avory, Denn W.
G. Hastings, tho faculty and- students
of the coIIcko of law of tho University
of XobruBka, BltuntoiJ In tho city of
Lincoln, Lnncnster county, Nobrnskn,
bring this their bill of comnlnlnt
Against tho alumni and former stu
dents of tho cpllogo of law of tho Uni
versity of NebruBka,' situated in vari
our purtB of tho United States, and
thereupon your orators complain and
say that heretofore, to-wit: nt various
commencement tttuos a certain hunch
of beardless youths, then nnd there
protending to havo Bufllclcntly quail
lied themselves to he admitted to the
practice of law at tho bar of said state,
and then and there having sufllcleut
audacity to Influence the guileless
Judges of tho courts of said stato (nnd
Justices of tho ponce), to believe their
protestations in that behalf they wore
by reason of said action on tholr part,
admitted, to practice law as nforosald,
and ever since said time have Jointly
nnd severally hold thomsolves out to
the public as worthy of Its confidence,
OBteem nnd patronage as lawyers,
"and against the ponce and dignity of
Wo sfalo of Nebraska, etc."
And your orntorB further say that
notwithstanding tho fact that each nnd
every one of said follows, composing
Bald bunch, has received and continues
to roceivo a fair moiety of tho emolu
ment of his profession nnd has fre
quently hnd divers nnd sundry scraps
with others of uald bunch nt their cli
ents' expense, thoy havo nevertheless
Jointly nnd severally, grossly, wanton
ly and cruolly neglected to cultivate
among thomsolves those saving ameni
ties of social life, which becomo mem
bers of tho honored profession to
which thoy havo lent tho dignity and
grace of tholr abilities and to a fair
Bharcof which said social amenities
your orntorB, tho present incumbents
of tho Institution which gave you
knowledge feel thoy are entitled.
To tho end that oar orators may ob
tain tho rollef to which thoy are Just
ly entitled la tho promises, thoy now
pray tho court to grant them due pro
cess requiring and commanding each
nnd ovory rospondont to appear at tho
Jollification groundB of your orators,
namoly Capital Beach, in tho city of
Lincoln, on tho tenth of May, at the
hour of 10 a. in. sharp, then and there
to tako that which may bo handed to
each of thorn as they stroll about and
chat of the olden days when thoy were
And your orators further pray that
tho said respondents and each ono of
them by writ of no exeat be forbidden
to leavo the jurisdiction of the city
aforesaid until after the date above
written, and that thoy bo severally
and perpetually enjoined from ever af
terwards domeanlng themselves in the
unsocial fashion horeln complained of.
And your orators further pray for
such other relief as may be just and
(Signed) DEAN HASTINGS,
' Solicitor Pro Se.
FEAR T. N. E. CONTROL.
Athletic Board Election on Monday an
Important All-University Affair.
Tho athletic board election will
come off Monday. It Is tho most Im
portant election of tho entire univer
sity year, tho five men being chosen
to shape tho policies and guide the
destinies of university athletics. In
co-oporatlon with tho faculty members
of tho bonrd and on alumni represent
ative these five men elect tho manager
of athletlcB and control his nctlonB.
OENTML NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. 1. HALL. Prenldent
F. B. JOHNSON. Vlco-presldOnt
BBMAN C. FOX. Cashier
W. W. HACKNEY. JR., Aast. Cash.
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It is, therefore, an election in which
all eligible university men should vote.
Although it has been Btated on
good authority that two of tho candi
dates are members of Theta Nu Epsi
Ion, no fight Is appnrontly being made
against them. In some years past thq
athletic board has been practically con
trolled by thlB interfratornlty "frat,"
but this year the board has not been
compo8ed of T. N. E. members. A
complete list of tho candidates for
athletic board appears elsewhere in
CORNHU8KER TO THE PRINTER.
Work of Editorial Staff Is Now Prac
Practically all of .the material for
the 11)11 Cornhusker hns gone to press.
The editorial staff has its work about
all done and the time It will take to
get the book out now dependB on the
progress made by the printer. The
management refuses to give out any
statement as to tho definite time when
the annual will be distributed, nut
barring nccldents nnd tho unforeseen
difficulties which sometimes arise the
Jokes and pictures will be In the hands
of tho subscribers In two weeks.
The main feature about the book is
the large number of Illustrations and
the 'pointed jokes. No one person Is
singled out to bear the brunt of the
whole attack. These so-called Jokes
are somewhat pointed and touch the
eccentricities of some individuals In
no ungentle manner.
There were many who delayed or
dering, thinking that a Cornhusker
could be hnd at any time. But such
wnB not the case and many have been
disappointed. There 1b an order in
for every book that will be printed.
Absolutely no more subscriptions will
be taken. The only possible way to
obtain a book 1b to buy it from a subscriber.
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tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.'
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