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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
K0MEN8KY DAY CELEBRATED.
Local Bohemian Studonts Present
Portrait to Philosophy Department.
Tho Komonsky Club mot Saturday
ovonlng In Chapra hall of All SouIb
Ohurch to commomorato tho 320th
anniversary of tho birth of John AinoB
Komonsky (Comonlus), Ilohoinla'B
groat educator. A biographical Hkotch
of tho roformor was wrltton and read
by MIbb LouIbo Dustaka, a poem by
B. Butnor waB glvon by MIbb VlaBto
Storba, MIbb Clara Janouch road a
paper, and Prof. Sarka Hrbok told of
hor visit to tho placoB in Bohemia,
Moravia and Holland which had boon
tho bcoiiob of Komoneky's activity.
Tho boys of tho club delivered brief
oxtractB from KomonBky'B writings.
Tho club proBentod a flno portrait
of Komenaky to tho Philosophy dopart
mont of tho UnlvorBlty In commemo
ration of tho annlvorBury. Tho por
trait will appoar In Dr. Wolfo's room
In Library hall.
places 'onthuBtlc and character 'chur
octor.' Wo certainly nood a course In
Blmplo Bpolllng In this school."
One of tho assoclato editors of tho
Rag tolls tho samo story. "It takos
ub tho longest time Just to correct
tho spoiling. It's tho boys' stuff, too.
Tho glrlB aro protty good, but tho fol
lows get carelesB, or else they simply
8TRUGGLINQ WITH QUIZZE8.
Held to Hour Limit.
8TUDENT8 POOR 8PELLER8.
Editors Are Troubled with Bum Or
thography of Contributors.
Can Nebraska students spell?
Tho btudent fdltors of tho Corn
hufiker and Rag '.hlnkwiiot.
"It Is torrlblo," said the literary
editor of tho Cornhusker. "Copy comoB
In to ub with almost every other word
misspelled Now, look at this. En
;luiBia8tlc 1b spoiled In four different
Mid-semester examinations are upon
us, and It will be woll for tho Btudent
who doos not realize that factto bo
come acquainted with It Immediately.
Some Instructors cIiobo to glvo mld
semesters or preliminary quizzes last
woek, but this Ib tho official wook
marking tho middle of the term.
Instructors are at liberty to glvo as
many tests as they soo fit, providing
they aro held within the one-hour lim
it. Last semester there was a good
deal of commont among tho students
on tho wisdom of dragging out sevoral
exams through tho week as compared
with giving them all at onco, but It
has boon loft to tho discretion of tho
professors this semester as last.
DO YOU REALIZE
Thess are ths men that maks this
Ths subscription pries Isn't a dros
In the bucket.
Thsy hilp us; ws must help thorn
PATR0NIZK THE MEN ON THIS
Law Committee to Meet.
A meeting of tho committee to make
arrangemontB for tho All-I,aw banquot
and the Law Barbecue will bo held
today to Bet tho date for both and
outline the work to be done.
Suits $20 Up no, and n Nifty Styles
They Will Treat Ysu Riant
First SaYingB Bank
Ceatral National Bank
Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop.
J. C. Wood 4b Co.
Armstrong; Clothing Co.
Mag.e & Deemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Speler & Simon
Lincoln Candy Kite'.
Dr. Orln Lamb
Huklll & PreBton.
Miller k. PAlns
Rudgo Sc Guonzol
Molor Drue Co.
C. H. Frey
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magoo & Doemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Speior & Simon
Rudgo & Guonzol
Armstrong Clothing Q.
Magoe tc Deemer
Palace Clothing Co
Speior lb Simon
Rudgo & Guenzel
Tho Now Llndell.
Ockor Engraving Co.
University School of Munlo.
Boyd Printing Co.
U. of N. Cafeteria.
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Byrne Shoe Co.
Miller ft Paine
Heffloy tho TaJlo.
Nebraska Typewriter Exch.
Select Your Easter Suit and Overcoat Early
JTF you're particular about having your clothes in good
style and you ought to beyou'd better be particular
where you go to buy them.
That doesn't mean that you won't find stylish clothes for sale in a good
many places; but it means that if you don't get anything but style, iyou'd
better not buy.
7THE object in being particular about style is to have clothes that look
stylish; and if you want them to look stylish, you want them to keep
on looking stylish; and clothes don't do that unless they are made to do
it; "and made to do it" means all-wool fabrics.
And that's the only way to get style that stays; that's why Armstrong's
name in a garment means so much to him who buys the clothes to wear.
Suits $15.00 and up,
Overcoats $10.00 and up
Armstrong Clothing Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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