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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
r H Frry. florist, 1133 O St tf
Thor nburg's Oi chest ra Auto It 2.".rG
Bovd Printing Co. 12.". No 12th Ht
Typewriting, call evenings, Auto
Df&4 13!) lOt
.lunici' Moigan went to Omaha ch
Ted Marrlnei, Cleaner and Hatter,
23f. No 1 1th
Kula HatcH went to Fremont toda
to Hpcnd Sunday
Ruth Keavis left vj'Htciday foi her
home in Falls City
llavo Graven print It for jou 233
North Eleventh Ht
Lucilc ThoinaH of Omaha In visiting
at the Tr I licit Iiouhc
Luclle Brown ot Ki'iiinc) will Hpcnd
(IiIh week at the I'i Phi Iiouhc
Marguerite Llovd of HratlHhaw,
Neb Ih visiting at the Thcta Iiouhc
George Itroa , expert printers, en
gravers and emboHHcrB, 13th and N.
I'hla Rentier and Lola Howard of
Omaha aic staving at the Pi Phi
May 1st is the date when all Hub
Bcilptlona to the Rag should bo paid
Aro you still delinquent?
SubHcilberH to the Rag hae had
three months since Tat Dav to nav
their subscriptions Please pa up at
Alma I'lasteis. ex I'M.!. f Stella,
who has been spending the week with
Irma Cibson has returned to her
MisH Knsign gave a porch supper
last iii.'ht inr the old and new mem
hers of the executive council of the
Irma Gibson and Edna Miles left
thlH moining foi Fiemont. whcie they
will spend the weekend with .Mr and
Mrs Gibson (
It Is now time for low shoes Go ,
to Rogers & Perkins, they have all
the late, up to date styles and can lit
and please you.
Ivy Day May 22, 1912. Inter-clasfi
field and track meet. Medals awarded
to the winners. Freshmen are especi-'
ally urged to compete. I
Kappa Alpha Thcta is entertaining
Charlotte Hidwell, Doiis Lindlev , Svbll
Nelson and Katherine Davenport all
ot Omaha, over Fete Da
Katherine Windham of Plattsmouth.
who has been teaching at Hardy, Neb ,
Is stajlng at the Thcta house, wheie
bhe will be foi a week or more
BOARD ELECTION MONDAY.
Five Members of Athletic Board to Be
Chosen by Student
The annual Athletic Hoard election
will bo held Monday At UiIb time
live out of the nine candidates are to
be choBen to control the school's ath
letics for the coming year.
Ab In former yearB, the place of
eloction will be the Armory. The
polls, or rather tho poll, is to be open
from 1) 30 to 12 -30 and from 1:30 to
4-30 All male students who have
made twelve hours credit during the
preceding semester are eligible to
Everj voter must vote for five and
only five of the candidates; any bal
lot which contains more or Icbb than
five names will be discarded As In
former yeais, faculty members of the
present board will act ub judges of
For your orchestra call O. L. Janes.
Suits $20 Up aa,
NEW BUILDING CREATES
INTEREST IN LAW COLLEGE
That the College of Iaw of the I'nl
erHlty iH an important department in
the work at Nebraska iH e Idenced by
the lecent nutboi lat lonl of a new
building on the it cainpiiH tor the
exclusive uhc oT that college There
has been appropriated for thin pui
POHC $85,000, cc1uhIc of the ( ost of
c(uipment, and HiIh amount will pro
vide a building sixty three b one
bundled t liii t Hix feet, and three Htor
ies in height exclusive ot the base
This acuisltion of a building b the
college has caused an increase of in
IcrcHt in the woik and equipment ot
that part of the Unlversltv The ic
qulrcuients foi admission have been
niiHed so that it is now necessar v tor
the cmbivo lavvjer to have (hushed
one jciir of work in the Aits and
Sciences College before entering up
on the real woik in the law The
legal woik itself covers a course ex
tending over a period of three jears
and Includes not only the essentials
such as propel t v , contracts, toits, etc
but also the more specialized studies
of adrniraltj. administrative law liri
gat ion law and many others which aie
included in elective courses The stu
,l,'nt iH '(l"i''l "!' " '"' '
tills elective woik nesides the average
of lourtccn hours of r c.un ed w 01 k for j
sK Hcmcsteis Added to these is the1
Piactical application of the rules of
law and procedure in the moot courts
r l' there aie two held oa h Fi i
'" throughout the school Vear In
these coul tK all steps in the piosecu
lion of an action either in equit.v or
' ar( required, ine siuuems mkmii ,
H'les acting as attoinevs witnesses
laiti'H and niiois, and a piofessor as
The law students aie pionunent
men about school and have tunc for
the gaining of college honors as is1
evidenced by the fact that eight of '
the sixteen men receiving letters in
football were law students, that for,
the last four years the 'varsitv cap I
tain has been a "law"; that four out ,
of ten letter men on the basketball
squad, several of the baseball squad,
one editor, all associate editors, one
managing editor, and two business
managers of the Dally Nebraskan
were of that college, and that the I
senior junior and Kosinet Klub plays
were managed and the leading parts I
taken by lawyers, that the College
of ImIW furnished seven out of the
thirteen members of the Society of
Innocents, and that two of the eight
class presidents were law students.
Other activities of minor note are sup
ported by the College
Not only are the "laws" prominent
at home, however Nebraska is one
of the recognized schools of the
United States, and her professors,
present and past, have become dis
tinguished in their profession Dr.
Maxey is a recognized authority on
International law, and upon Japanese
American relations, lie having written
a text on the former subject and sev
eral artlcleB upon the latter He was
also a member of the Portland Peace
Commission, and counsel in the con
troversy over admission of Japanese
to the San Francisco schools ProfeB
sor Conant is a well-known professor
of property, and is to teach that sub
ject at the summer Besslon in the Uni
versity of Michigan.
Engraved dance programs done In
incoln Ocker Engraidng company
and n Nifty Styles
Try Our Luncheonettes
They aro always the beet.
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long:.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South Went Cor. 14th O
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Pitronagi Solicited
Y.W. C A.
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed
Shop in Basement V. M. C. A. Bldg.
For your Steaks, Chops amd Qaisk
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Strest
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir cant Intent! m ipq
$1.00 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank,
Oor. 10th and O.
Stands for the latest and best
in QKQt.f lvTnoi". 19ir,
111 UliVb illUUI AWJ
10 U SL.
DloBcr MdO to h30 )
StipfMf St30 U 7i30 ZdC
ABso Caftterlan StyU
Capital Tailoring & Clothes Co.
Suit cleaned and pressed by the
month $1.50. HigiYCla.i Tailoring
AutoLHjjM ll-5 o St.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Strut
DO YOU REALIZE
These are th men that make this
The subscription price Isn't a drop
m the bucket.
They help us; we must help them.
PATRONIZE THE MEN ON THIS
They Will Treat You Right
First Savings Bank
Central National Bank
Y M C A Barber Shop.
J C. Wood & Co
(' I, Anderson & Co
Armstrong Clothing Co
Fu Ik's new store
Magee & Deemer
l'alacs Clothing Co
Speier ic Simon
Lincoln Candy Kite m
Dr. Orln Lamb
Miller L. I'Aine l
Rudge & Guenzel
Moler Drue Co.
Ocker Engraving Co.
C. H Krey
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mugoe &. Doemor
Palace Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon
Rudge & Guenzel
Armstrong Clothing C
Fulk's new store
Mageo tc Deemer
Palace Clothing Cc
Spolor ic Simon
Hud go &, Guenzel
The New Llndell.
University School of Munlc.
I3oyd Printing Co.
U. of N Cafeteria.
Y M C. A. Spa
Hrne Shoe Co
Miller & Paine
Fulk'a new store
Heffloy the Tallow.
Y. M C A Tailor Shop.
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