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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASKAIN
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THE 8TUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OIllccH, Basement tho Administration Building.
Fostofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
"Day Auto 1888.
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Sam R. Buck, Editor
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Homer O. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Wallnco B. Troup Konnoth M. Snyder
R. S. Buddcnborg .T. Lovojoy Linn
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Frank Perkins, Staff Photographer
Marian Swezcy Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth Mungcr Alice Chambers
L. T. Sklnnor
C. L. TJpdcgraff
C. F. Androws
Vincent C. H.iscall, Business Manager
C. C. Buchanan, Asst. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrlton, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 6c
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Entered at tho Postofllc'e, Lincoln", Nubr., as second' class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
""SATURDAY , OCTOBER 28, 1911.
THE UNI AND SCRAPS.
Everyono knows thut class flghtB
tiro not approved of by tho faculty of
tho University of NobraBkn.
By class lights wo Indicate disor
derly free-for-alls occurring on tho
campus during class hours.
Thoy disturb classes, tho tempers
of tho Btudonts and tho whole trend of
Thoy result In damage to goods,
chattolB and wearing apparel also,
that Is not to bo sneezed at, Tho par
ents who havo to pay for these, do
not highly approve of fights for that
RIFLE CLUB MEETS.
Discuss Plans For tho Year and Pre
pare For Big Rifle Contest.
Thursday ovenlng after drill tho
Rifle club met In convocation hall. It
was found that tho club owed an as
sessment of flvo dollars to tho Na
tional Rifle association and to pay
thiB an amount of flFfy cents was lov
ied on each mombor.
Plans for tho coming year were
talked over and It was agrood that
only hard practlco would bring honors
to Nebraska's shooting squad in the
National Rillo association contest to
be held some tlmo in January. As an
Ladies' Shoes 2,50
4.00 and 5.00 values
Sample and Cancellation
AIbo tho roporta of such affairs aro
Bolzod upon eagorly by tho sensation
al newspapers and spread over tho
country, leading to disorders among
tho Btato high schools In ondeavors
to omulato tho admired collegian.
Thus a fow desultory wrestling
matches on a collogo campus may
evolvo no end of trouble for a great
many moro persons than would appoar
on first thought.
Ilonco tho wlso men who think
ahead, do not approvo of class fights
that aro disorganized and arlso at
hours when Unlvorslty dlBcipllno Is
Toward tho regulated lnterclass
wars, howovor, tho view 1b far differ
ent. In thoso affairs tho collogo as
ono man, says "Go to It and got a
It 1b fun for tho participants pro
pared for what fato may bring, It Is
fun for tho faculty, many of whom
would onjoy doing such things to some
of tho warriors, and It Is fun for tho
spectators, most of whom havo "boon
there," and can sit congratulating
themselves that their foolish years
additional help, tho University is in
stalling a new rlflo range in tho base
ment of ono of tho buildings, and has
a now equipment of Indoor rango rifles
which will bo hero in a fow days.
Tho Hydo Prlntory, 1331 P St., up-to-dato
printing of all kinds.
Bakor's Cafo serves cakes all day.
Also everything olae In season. Serv
ice first class. 16-tf
BOTANISTS TO INVOICE TREES.
Dean C. E. Bessey has put his class
In Systematic Botany at work on a
census of the trees growing in tho
Ho hopes soon to bo ablo to givo
tho number of trees now growing In
Lincoln, and to havo them classified
according to spocloB.
This is tho first tlmo an actual
count of trees has been tdkon hero.
EloctrlcShoo Repairing whllo you wait
1107 O Street
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
Attention to the Opening of
Bert Sturm's New o-Chair Barber Shop
Most Modorn, Sanitary Shop and tho Finost Fixtures Wosl of Chicago
Manicuring Cigars. Uni Students Welcome. 11G South 18th St.
A Good Job of Cleaning
and Pressing. - - -
233 North Elttventh Street
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBER SHOP
SIX CI1AIKS it NO WAITING
Best Barber Shop in the West
CIGAI18 In Daaemeiit O Street Entrnncc
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares any tiling at all about his personal appoaranco knows
that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes that will
give him that look of distinction that a woll-groomcd and woll-drosBod man
shows. At 129 So. 11th Street tho firm of Flodoen & Brethouwor maintains
a largo show window that is always filled with a lino of goods that aro equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to bo found in tho west. Tho
prices quoted on these goods attract attention, and tho workmanship and fit
is all that could bo desired. Horo you can buy tallor-mado goods at hand-me-down
Georgo Bros., Danco Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
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NOTICE TO VOTER8.
Today is the last day of regis
tratlon for voting in the coming
C. E. To Sing Esperanto.
Next Sunday morning the songs
used in tho Christian Endeavor con
vention sorvico will bo rendered in
Esperanto, which Is tho now interna
tional language. The mooting will bo.
held in tho auditorium and a special
choir in which somo University Btu
donts may appear, will lead the song
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest
1322 N St. Auto 1292 Bell 147
CLEANERS and DYERS c &Si2,BY
Fairbury Hig'li School
Temple Iligli School
Friday, 3:30 Adm. 25c
Democratic Club Elects.
The Democratic club elected officers
Wednesday afternoon and decided to
meet Tuesday ovoning at tho Lincoln
hotel to hear from tho various candi
dates. J. P. Itahn, tho newly elected
president, will . preside, and several
local candidates for election will ad
$1 Safety Razors
Fountain Pens, Etc
Don't fail to call and see the
$50,000 World's Fair at Seat
tle 1909 Gold Medal Prize, Gem
Collection, now on display.
Student's Lunch 15c
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