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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
May 2, 1913
CLASS ROOM ETIQUETTE
1. Como in lato, if poHHlble, be
caiiHo thou you will bo Been to hotter
adviintnRC and aid tho lecturer in his
2. Nevor bring a noto book. You
ciin borrow paper from your friends
and tho noise created la but a slight
3. if you haven't a fountain pen,
someone will loan you a poncil, which
you can sharpen during tho lecture.
This will enable those near by to
cough without being heard.
4. Sleep if possible because the
lecturer always prefers an interested
5. If sleep Is not agreeable, talk
to tho girl next to you. Her giggles
at your witticisms enthus the lec
turer. 6. II none of the above rules ap
peal to you, just stir, stare and chew
Help, Help, Help, Everybody!!
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8. Lastly Don't take notes, be
cause (if you follow those rules) you
can romember all that the lecturer
has said. Ex.
Mary Sullivan Author.
"Masques of James I Their Influ
ence; on Shakespeare and the Public
Theatres" has just been published by
(1. I Putnam's Sons. It is written
by Mary Sullivan, Ph. D. She is a
graduate of Nebraska, having received
both her A. H. and Ph. I) degrees here.
Pal ron i.e Our Ad ertisers.
Oh! Save us from this monster grim,
This creature big and awlull!
For if you don't our chance is slim
Kor pleasures that are lawful!
Its arms are long its clutch is
Our class affaiis its' strangling'
No play for us no senior prom
Naught is there loft but wrangling
Help! Help! Help! Everybody!
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