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THE DAILY NEBRVSKLYN
Owned and published by t o Unlvcrulty of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD .
Offices Da bo m on t tho Admlnlalratlon Building. ,
Postofllce Station A, CampuB, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888. Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 4206
SAM R. BUCK, Editor-in-Chief
A, H. Dlnsmore, Managing Editor
,1', C. McConnoll, Asaocluto Editor Scarle F, Holmes, Asaoclato Editor
'siuart Oould, city Editor
O. P. AndroWB
R. S. Buddenburg
E. Leo Updeprnff, Sporting Editor
Homer O. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Walluco B. Troup Kenneth M. Enyder
L. A. Bcchter J. Lovejoy Linn
William O. Cooloy
Ruth Munger Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth Sheldon Allco Chambers
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912 wh,on. Christmas runs Its cpureo, let
iis toll you what to do. Just glyo ono
pjpPjpjpPjPjpjpjpjpjpjpjgpjBpjpjpjBjpjpjpji tear for thoso dismal onos, who from
Wo regrot to learn of tho tho cIty aro not wont to roam; Just
death of W. F. Mayland of tho -fl,8h ono 8lgh' for theB0 froez,n 8onB'
who are hero and can't go homo.
Medical Collogo. Mayland was PEANUT rilLL.
' a student who was both a friond .
' to his frlonds and also worthy I dvoto all my time to music. Hear
my orchestra. All tho up-to-dato hits,
of tho lovo and roBpect of his Thornburg, Tho "Orlo," Auto B-2606
acquaintances. Wo want to ox- T&P
"tend to his lovod onoB our most '
Dean Davis Honored,
heartfolt sympathy in this their Dean Bllory w Dav,8( of tho Artfl
Jobs. and Scionco College." was elected a
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THE ONES YOU LEFT BEHIND.
Tho "Merry Christmas has nou
passed; wo'vo greeted tho glad Now
Year; tho "grinds" Begin to assomblo
hero at last tho coming exams once
moro to foar. They had a goodt tlmo
thoy all allego while at homo fox tho
holidays; from dances and par Hob not
ono did hedgo whllo the Christmas
spirit was tho crazo. Thoy toll of
happy Bkotchos thoy oaeh put on,
with twinkling oyo and laughter
most sincore; yea, thoy toll of Btunts
that lasted 'most till dawn whon tho
world is full of spectros most strange
and quoor. But who took timo to give
a passing sigh for tho dismal onos
gayly loft bohind, who bravoly kept
tho frat houso, chillod, hard-by, where
no warmth or lights dared shino?
. Who, with freezing feet and frosted
mitt, sought comfort in an early ill
clothod bed, o'on boforo tho evening
lamps wore lit, their pallid glow upon
tho streets to Bhed. Yot 'twas warmer
thoro than staying up to hoar tho
frozen steam pipes burBt, or to drink
the, Christmas spirit from an icy cup,
when all wob free froYi cheerful
Christmas thirst. Nor wore there any,
pretty wreathes or holly to adorn our
glazy window sash. iNo! wo were
busy keoping- warm, by golly! Wo
had no timo for useless trash! So now
v a, moral let ua give forth, and listen,
blithesome brother true, noxt year,
lean Mathematical Society at tho an
nual meeting of tho society on De
comber 28, 1911.
All studontB should visit the "Col
logo Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
HERE AND THERE.
Miss Margaret Guthrie, who is
teaching in tho Univorsity of Omaha,
Is spending tho week at tho Delta
Daniel Duff, '11, of Pierce, was a
visitor on tho Farm campus laBt week.
Mr. Duff is now enrolled in the Kan
sas City Veterinary Collogo.
Tho Hydo Printory, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kindB.
A "Dr. Jewett Leaves.
Dr. Jowott, Unlvorsityllbrarlan, loft
yesterday afternoon for Chicago,
where ho will attend tho convention
of University Librarians of tho Cen
tral West. Ho will bo gone about a
Ted Marrlnor, cleaner and presser,
Is still at 235 No. 11th. Auto'1799, tf
Australians Win Tennis.
Tho Australian lawn tonnls team,"
consisting ot Norman, E. Brooks and
A, W. Dunlop, wen the Davis Inter
national lawn tennis championship
from tho American team, Beals
Wright and Maurico McLaughlin.
Make your 'dates early with Hagen
slck'a Orchestra, Auto B-2990; if
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