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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TMIO PltOlMOHTV Ol'
TIIK UNIVKHH1TY OF NI2HUAHKA,
TllIO HTITPIONT IMMIUCATION HOARD
Editor?. ... .-. Sam R. Duck
Mnnaolna Editor A. H. Dlnsmore
AmocIMo Editor F. C. McConnell
ABOclnte Editor E. O. Graves
Manager V. C. Hascall
Assistant Manager C. C. Duohanan
.Circulation Manager J. V. Morrison
Editorial and Business Office:
BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
Night Phones Auto 1888; Auto 3145;
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be churned
for at the rate of 10 cpiUh the InHcrtlon
for every llfteen wonlH or fraction Hipro
of. Faculty notlecH and IJiilverulty bul
lotlnH will Kindly be published free.
Entered at the poHtolIlco at Lincoln,
NcbniHlm. aH hccoiuI-cIubs mull matter,
under the Act of CoiiKreHS of March 3,
Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911.
WHAT CAN I DO?
According to the ofllclnl catalogue
of the University of Nebraska, 4.C24
BtudontB were matriculated last year.
According to Graduate Manager Earl
tlBlng costs less thnn poor advertis
ing. Senson tickets In the long run,
cost less than single admissions. t
iFoothall season comes and goes, j
basket ball games arc played and
played, but Ecason tickets admit to i
HONORING A PRESIDENT.
The University cadets have been
honored by an invitation to assist In j
the Taft parade on Monday. They
have accepted the honor also the re-
sponslbillty. They will turn out, ofTl
cers and .men alike, to do their duty
as military men.
They aro to do honor to the Presi
dent of tho United States. They arc
to act as his body guard. Without re
gard to political beliefs, four hundred
cadets will patrol the streets of Lin
coln. They will honor their nation by
honoring Its executive.
The President will be honoring the
cadets. In days of old knights fought
for places in the body guard of their
leader. The city of Lincoln will be
honoring the( cadets. They are to be-'
come for n few hours, the police and
protection of thousands of citizens and
The cadets gladly accepted tho hon
or and along with It the responsibility.
They will be the servants of the pub
lic, tho guards to the President, the
police force of Lincoln and represen
tatives of the state of Nebraska and
In Tan and Gun
O. Eager, barely six hundred of these
students were sufficiently Interested
li the athlotlc affairs of the University
to buy Beason tickets.'-
T,he proportion is rather dishearten
ing. It Is, of course, true that these fig
ures do not represent the proportion
of students who, at Bomo time or
other, contributed to Nebraska's ath
letic prowess by presonce of purse.
But they Indicate how great a majority
failed to do their best.
Nebraska's athletic teams are not,
perhaps, the source of her high stand
ing In the fields of knowledge. They
will perhaps be short-lived In tho mem
ories of coming generations, as com
' pared to other features more purely
educational. But that they aro Ne
braska's best advertisement will bear
Utile question. Advertising, It has
been proven, costs money good ad
vertising good money. Good adver-
its University. We hope that they
will serve In such a manner thor
oughly military as to be a credit to
the University of Nebraska.
Georgo Bros., printing, engraving,
monogram stationery and filing devices.
Electric Shoo Repairing while you watt
U07 O Seret
Ag Club to Meet.
The ,rst regular meeting of the
Agricultural club will be held Saturday-night,
September 31. Dr. G. E.
Condra and other members of the fac
ulty will speak.
A special Invitation to be present
is extended to all new Btudents in the
College of Agriculture. A royal good
time Is assured to everyone.
All students should visit tho "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S. L. Chaplin, Prop.
Get your pennant out. Rooting prac
R. 0. Warde, barber, Woods, 120G O. tf
The Home of Sweets
LINCOLN CANOY KITCHEN
1345 O Street
BUY HEBE AMD SAVEMONEY
All $3.00 HATS .
Best $15, $18, $20 Svits
PALACE CLOTHING CO.
141Q O Street.
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY 5 P. M.
Second Floor of Temple
REGISTRATION STILL OPEN. CADETS MAY STILL TRY OUT
See MRS. RAYMOND, 4-5 P. M,
If you care what sort of SHOES
you wear, Sir, or what you pay for
them, we ask for your consideration
C . ROBERTS
1-44 IN. 155 Street
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