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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1911)
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THE DAILY IfEBRABKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
Owned nnd published by tho Untvorsity of Nebraska through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION pOARD
Oflloca, JtaBomcnt thp Administration Building.
PoHtolIloo Station A, Campun, Lincoln, Nobraska.
fJay Auto Jp88.
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8am R. Duok, Editor
A. II. Dlnomoro, Managing Editor Ilalph B. Doud, City Editor
i C. McConnoll AnHOclato Kdltor Btuart Gould, Sporting Editor
REFORTORfAL . .
Homor O. Hewitt Hugh Agor
"Wnllaco B. Troup Kenneth M. Snyder
It. 8. Buddonborg J. Lovcjoy Linn
It. A. Bochtor Kred L. Babcock
Harry Burtls Kobort If. Finloy
Frnnk Perkins, Staff Photographer
Marian Swczcy Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth Mungor Allco Chambers
L,. T. Skinner
C. 1j. Updogrnff
C. F. Andrews
Vincent C. Hasoall, Business Manager
C. C. Buchnnnn, AbbL Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrlton, Circulation Mgr.
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Entered at tho Postotllco, Lincoln, Nobr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
SWtDISH "GYM" SHOES
1107 0 Street
Wo Do Eloctric Shoo Ropairing
Whilo You Wait.
The Home of Sweets
LIHGOLN CANDY KITCHEN
1345 p j?trget
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SATURDAY, OCTODER 14, 1011.
Somo doubt scorns to exist upon tho
campiiB a8 to tho advisability of tak
ing tho band to Minnesota for tho No-braBka-MlnnoBota
gamo. Sinco tho
passago of tho two-cent faro laws, tho
railroads of tho west havo generally
rofUBod to glvo rates to football spe
cials and tho accompanying onthuBl
asts, with tho roBult that many think
It too oxpoUBlvo to contomplato pay
ing tho oxponBo of taking tho band on
tho football trips.
To Uiqbo who aro old timers upon
tho campus, however, tho $400 neces-
its ideals. Of course what has beon
said above of tho Gorman needs modi
fication. Ho is still In spite of tho
materialistic tondoncics, moro or less
of a dreamer and Idealist; .monoy Is
not yet superior to thought, art, liter
ature, learning and music. MystlclBm
calls, and Wagner In his wonderful
"Ring" voices It In music. Art and
music aro ovorywhoro, and every day
hero In Dresden; to boo 'Siegfried"
and tho "Downfall of tho Gods," men
and womon aro willing to stand, If tho
seats aro full, from G to 10, absorbed
in theso marvelous preatlons.
But I am permitting myself to go
boyond tho limits of tho space you can
give mo, so I will close, wishing you
A Good Job of Cleaning
and Pressing. -
23S North Blv
You co-eds forget the high rent district. Look up my
shoe shop up-stairs where I sell $4.00 and $5.00 sam
ples and cancelations in the newest of new shoes for $2.50
and $2.95. Look me up and save a few dollars.
1413 O UP
sary to accomplish thlB seems rather
Fow Indood aro those who saw tho
band at Chicago or Minneapolis in
pr'ovlouB years, who will not vouch for
tho impression mado on tho spectators
by Nebraska's band. It adds life, vim,
and vigor to tho tension of tho day,
that has in times past boon worth
moro than $400 to Nobraska in ad
all a most happy year, and the best
timo of your lives, as In some ways
at least I am now having. I wIbIi I
could bo with you, yot I am glad to bo
hero, as I hope It may mako mo' worth
more to you in future years. Always
tho University's woll-wlshor,
H. W. CALDWELL.
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares anything at all about his personal appearance
knows that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish the sort of
clothes that will give him that look of distinction that a well-grom-ed
and well dressed man dhows. At 129 So. 11th Street (he firm of
Flodeen & Brethouwer maintains a large show window that is al
ways filled with a line of goods that are equal to the display of any
tailoring establishment" to be found in the-west. The prices quoted
on these goods attract attention, and the workmanship and'fit is all
that could be desired. Here you can buy tailor-made good at hand-me-down
J, C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest
1322. N St. Auto 1292 Bell 147
GLEANERS and DYERS cMvarBY
FROM PROF. CALDWELL.
Again tho Gorman has developed or
ganization to tho highest point of ex
cellence. Ono sees this on ovory
hand. Thoro aro no beggars; appar
ently thoro Is no extreme povorty. The
dtroets aro clean so clean that a
cadet in his duck trousers could roll
In them and not get soiled. Every
child Is In school clean and fed; If
tho paront cannot, thon tho Btato soos
to It; and ovory child from G to 14
muBt take a bath at least onco each
week, and havo a lunch to satisfy his
hunger, daily. Parks and other means
tor recreation aro provided, and well
ordered. Art and music aro much su
perior to ours, In tho west at least.
Artistic surroundings confront tho
youth on every hand, so ho muBt ab
sorb much of it.
In personal qualities, in politeness
and In treatment of womon tho Ger
mans havo much to learn from tho
Bngllsh-.and Amorlcans. It seems to
mo that Gorman women are more re
fined that tho German man, but also
less assertive. However, when all Is
said, and when all tho many polntB of
superiority are admitted, still one feels
ihat his natlvo land need not bo
ashamed of its accomplishments and
AGRICULTURAL CLUB MEETS.
Tho 'Agricultural club moots In Sci
ence hall this evening. Professor
Hunter will speak on "An Idoal Agri
cultural Education" and Dean Bur
nett will mako a 'few remarks."
GEO, SHAFFER, Prop
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Senior Meeting Tuesday.
Tho senior class will meet in Me
morial hall Tuesday at lir30.
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin-&
Co. 127 N. ?th; "
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