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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Owned and publlnhcd by t o University of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OfTlcen Basement tlio Administration Building.
Postomco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888.
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 4206
8AM R. BUCK, EdItor-ln-Chlef
A. H. Dlntmore, Managing Editor
P. C. McConnell, Assoclato Editor Scarlo F. Holmes, Assoclato Editor
Stunrt Gould, City Editor E. Leo Updegraff, Sporting Editor
Morrill Reed L. A. Becliter Hugh Agor
Winifred Harm Wallace B. Troup
William O. Cooley
Wlnnlfifri lOlclinr Ruth Munger
Editor, H. G. Hewitt
E. C. Nelson Josoph MsCarthy
Henry Bull John Harding
Henry Stubbo W. A. Nelson
J. Lovcjoy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BUSINESS MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Ant. Bus, Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subicrlptlon $2.00 per year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bulletins published free.
Entorcd at the Postofllco, Lincoln, Ncbr., as second class matter under act of
CongreBB March 3, 1879.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1SH2
Applications for election to the post
tlons of editor-in-chief, managing edi
tor, two associate editors, business
manager, assistant business manager
and circulator of the Daily Nebraskan
for the second semester of the current
year will be received at the office of
the Secretary of the Student Publica
tion Board, Adm. 203, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, Jan. 19, 1912.
Applications to be made on form
which will be furnished by the Secre
tary. A. A. REED,
CAMPUS RULES BROKEN.
But on Advice of Counsel It Will Not
Again tho demon habit has seized
five of the studcntB of our great Uni
versity. The possessors of the weed
habit who were driven nway from tho
gato by the cold weather sought
refuge In University IIal. There they
filled their pipes and sought to par
take of that luxury which the cold
weather had doprlved them of. But
alas! The fragrant odor of the smoke
reached the tender nostrils of the
Dean. He started in search of the
miscreants and when he located them
A MEMORIAL TO DR. T. PHOID.
The managing editor of this illus
trious poster and handbill, etcetora.
desires to assure the readers thereof
that up to tho presont writing he haB,
not died at the hands of old Dr. Tye
Phold. One of the Daily's most en
terprising reporters, the man who
writes the Bportlng dope, thought to
get the beBt of tho M. 13. while he lay
helpless. But that matters not
The pesky germ, that lurks about In
every dripping water spout, haB so
farpassod us up we think So we
now celebrate in ink.
ENGINEERS TO MEET.
Prominent Students Will Address the
Tho Engineering Society will meet
Wednesday evening at 7:110 In M. E.
206. At this time F. G. Holtz will
talk on tho "Bluo River Power Com
pany." B. N. WilBon will speak on
"Tho Ashland Platte River Bridge."
The picture for tho Cornhusker will
be taken at this time, so all onglneers
are urged to bo present.
Weber Suitorlum, 1100 O St.
only one had a pipe and ho was soon
minus tho said pipe. Tho Dean throw
it out of tho window and made the
students give their words of honor
that they would not commit the said
Tho Hyde Prlntery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
WILD TURMOIL IN LIBRARY.
Prospect of Watching Water Wagon
Better Than Dry Books,
Recently John W. Roberts, '04, was
. married to Ethel Hutchlns of Falls
City. Since finishing his' A. M. degree,
which was in 1906, Mr. Roberts has
been connocted with tho Botanical De
partment at Washington, D, C.
Make your dates early with Hagen
Rick's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Tho Siren, that ancient and famous
figure of literature, Is In our midst.
Tho students, especially In tho library,
are susceptible to Its charm to such
an extent that they tear madly out
at its initial note.
This treacherous deceiver has be
como so persistent In its song that
tho Library pours forth its mass of
students at regular and frequent in
tervals. The rush for tho door has at
times almost assumed tho proportions
of a mob and has rosulted in fainting
and cries for aid. Tho attendant ox
citement interferes with studying and
keeps the librarians buBy maintaining
To exterminate thiB ovll tho faculty
Is considering moving tho nearly fire
station to some remote spot so that
tho treacherous siren will no longer
create consternation and arouse the
curiouslty of the zealous (?) students.
Thirty cents pays for the Best Din
ner in Lincoln, at Baker's Cafo. Also
high class a la carte service. We
have the big juicy steaks.
Get the Impulse
Pay Your Subscription
at the office
Before the Fifteenth
iff fAH iLLLLLF'iuv
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
Jan. 20, '12, 8:30
January 19 912
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