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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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TH DAILY NEBBASKAN
1 Bnrtppr daTotad to the lntereiti ox tht
Unlrartltr of Nobra ka.
FublUhed at U North 11 tb St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
f. W. Crabtro. PrwJden.
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J. L Wyer, T. J. Hovrett,
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, T. J. Haweu, a. n. yyuiuui
A CONSOLIDATION Ol'
Tho Iloaporlun Vol. XXXI
Tho Nobrnskim Vol XI
Tho Scarlot mid ('roam-Vol 1 1 1
I. Taylor I
E. Wells f
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"Uitkan, 181 N. lltk St., Lincoln, Nebraika.
Entored tit tho t08t olllro lit L'ncoln. Ni'U
I us second oliiss mull niultor
Thoso students who made a mis
take, last September, in registering
f6r so mo courses that thov did not
jwnnt snould profit by experience and
"arrango tholr courses definitely for
ttie next semester. Too may plunpo
blindly Into their work and gropo
through tho year with no other aim
than to havogalncd so many moro
hours ;of credit. The old adage.
Hitch your wagon to a star,"
means much. Tho future will bring
no disappointments, If tho present
X contains a dollnltc purpose with the
s means of reaching it well planned.
Kl The last fo weeks have- certainly
' given proof of tho statement, often
,, made, that tho University student
'has a great many advantages over the
student of other educational instltu
tions of tho state. At tho last meot
jjg of tho state teacher's associa
tion, the students wero permitted to
' listen to very able discussions of edu
cational questions. The session of tho
Stato Horticultural society just closed
..vas full of highly Instructive as well
is entertaining addresses on topics of
.nterost to tho studont. Tho same
may be said of the meeting of the
StatoIIoiticultural society. And cspec
ly has tho studont body boon for
jhato in tho matter ot the art ox-
W.nND HAND UNI. TEXTS
17 of All Kinds WANTED
at THE CO-OP.
e Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
hlbltmn. For a nominal sum ho has
boon pormlttcd to onjoy tho product
ions of America's greatest artists.
All those npporunltles go far In the
way of education and como rarely to
any but the Stato UnlverBlty students.
The Y. M. U. A. of Michigan pub
lish an independent paper known as
the "Association Letter."
Alumni of Cornell have organized
an association in tiio IMiilippincs.
The invested funds of Harvard as
reported by tho treasurer amounts to
Tho Stanford glee and musiyal
clubs have been giving a series of
concerts for three weeks In southern
Stanford has established a club
boarding house called tho "Inn,"
and It has proved so far-very success
Tho Yalo basket-ball team recently
rotumea from a trip of twelve days
which was the longest ever attempted
by a Yale athletic organization. The
team defeated all college opponents
At the finals of the intercollgiate
games of chess, the Yale team was
victorious; Columbia second; Harvard
third; Princton fourth.
The Japanese students at Yale havo
organized a debating society. Tho
dobates will bo given in English.
Tho faculty of Harvard Is composed
of :i;i7 men. It is the largest in tho
Instead of tho cane rush as the
annual contest between the two low
er classs, Rutgers has adopted tho
ropo rush. A number of strands of
rope aro distributed among tho con
testants and, at a given signal, at
tempts aro mado to tie each other.
The class tying the greatest number
wins. -Cornell Dally Sun.
The Y.M.C.A. of Oregon Unher
bity is having a college building eicc
ted. It is valued at 810,000.
Stanford University is having a
largo Mechanical Engineering nuild
By tho defeat of Stanford by Michi
gan tho latter has the football score
for the season of fr0 to 0.
M. Edwards, a former Prlcoton
guard, is tho most likely candidate
for coach of the Wisconsin team for
Tho new chair of Chinese at Colum
bia will probably bo offered to Wu-Tlng-Fang.
presont Chinese minister
to tho United States, as soon as it Is
An opldomlc of small-pox is
valunt at Pennsylvania and all
students are being vaccinated.
the Stanford at its reoent
to twenty-nine studonts.
As we Said Before
Every bit of goods that we sell now will
not have to be looked after when we
take inventory, so we are making an ex
tra offer all along- the line.
PERKINS & SHELDON,
1 1 29 O STREET.
Emxsa-v - , - ,, ,
Tenth and Pazifij Streets,
BOYD BUILDING, 17TII AND HARNEY j STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Sectional view of actual llusincss
and Hanking Department.
Kiukrsud by high school principals,
court ra porters. Absolutely thorough,
equipped institution in the West, 84,000
3,:i00 Banking and other fixtures placed in actualjbtib'nebs department. Ele-gantYoll-top
desUs ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has
been lease J that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 90
PER CENT of lastyoai's enrollment. Students may enter any time. Address
A. C. ONG, A.
Write for elegant
,This College offers a graded
course extending oVor four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Med!
eal Colleges, of whie'i this
college is a member. For in
Established Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actunl Businoss from tho Sti r.
An it ie practiced.
The Touch Method.
Graham and Gregg SyBtems.
Practical and thorough.
leading business men and ofllcial
The finest and most thoroughly
invested in standard typewriters.
M., LLB. Pres.
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