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R. C. Roper Editorial
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W. H. O'Oomtnel Ddbaies
Bam B. Sfloam. FnaeraiLtJies
The, same old complaint of last year is heard every Saturday
at the Library. Old and new students join in asldng "why the
Library cannot be opened at S o'clock, but no satisfactory
answer has ever been given. Many -students desire to put in
a good days work every Saturday, and no better time can be
found for hard work than early in the day.
Sliced Tomatoes 15c Asparagus on Toast 10c
Fried Soft Shell Crabs, Tartar Sauce 25c
Strawberries 10c '
Strawberry Shortcake 50c each
Strawberry Shortcake 15c par order
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College of aiD Xloks
Again our foot-ball eleven is victorious. The Ames game
was well played, well attended and well enjoyed. It seems
apparent that our team is to be the pennant winner again this
year. Wiley Woodruff and his Jay Hawlers will have the
greater honor of being defeated by a still stronger team than
that which so thoroughly cooled off their ardor in the memor
able .Kansas-Nebraska game of '97. Our learn deserves praise
and loyal support.
be ableto answer. Let us do something. Wky wait until the
eleventh hour and then rush through withont half preparation,
and when everyone is complaining of the enormous amount of
work on his hands?
At the Maxwell club tomorrow evening J. Ii. Burleigh and
Miss Bertha Stull will urge that women should be allowed to
vote. G. D. Talbot and J. 0. Moore will speak on the
Rates of board at Harvard University are nearly double The Maxwell club election last Saturday evening did not
what they are at the University of Nebraska. At one student's develop the "scrap" which some had prophesied. In fact the
club, Memorial hall, where eleven hundred students or there- lub showed itself to be a very happy family. The officers
abouts board, the rateB range from $4v0U to $4.20 per week, elected were: President, E. B. Perry; vice-president, T. E.
and at private houses no board can be secured less than $5.00 Boys; secretary, Sidles; critic, G E. Tobey; sergeant at arms
per week. At Memorial hall a contract is imade with the man H. Balderson.
who nuns it, whereby the rate can never run above SSO nor '
Telow S&.00. 'The proprietor of ihe -club lneceBBarily has to Gardner Tailoring Go. are all right, Gor. ll&i and O.
AS GOOD AS ANY MONEY WILL BUY, EEGENT MEN'S vSHOES, :8iM)0. 103 OiSTllEET.
keep the quality of the .board up or the students will leave and
ne win oe rue loser. ij
The followinc is a bill of faro at Memorial hall, which ourY
Professor Caldwell states ho triumphantly combated with and
bravely exterminated on June 6, 1898, although grave doubts
exist as to his capacity in this line:
Boiled Calf's Head, a la Yenaigrette
Roast Ribs of Beef, iMsh Gravy
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes
String Beans Macaroni
lEickles Chow Chow , Halliord Sauce
Cocoanut Pudding, ?Lemon Sauce
Tea Coffee C(coa
It is full time that arrangements for the preliminary debates
be in progress. What has become of the debating associa
tion? Has it had a meeting? What is going to be done this
year? Who are thinking of entering? All these questions are one half as badly as it does to see John Longfellow once
asked now and then by interested parties, but no one seems to more.
Peace. Even the Maxwell club knows its meaning.
Vice-President Halderson returned in time to lend dignity
.to the first Maxwell club meeting.
"English as She is Spoke" by Laremen, is a recent addition
to the law library-
The Dean is his old self again this week, with the result that
the Juniors no longer consider Blackstone a dry subject.
Three instructors and their three hobbies Wilson, Webster
and Bobbins Evidence, Equity and Common Law Pleading.
The class of '99 does not desire to see Colonel Bryan return
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