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with lingers nnd arms cramped, bcdy
stooping nnd pressed against a doslc or
table, writing with pen, when you
cnn sit in an easy, erect altitude nnd
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rule until 1 1848 when golri was dis
covered. By tho anlumn of 1840 a
hundred thousand men were seeking
Bold in the territory and It began
to show promise kof beenmig a ery
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and wave the temper, tinu, and eye
sight of yourself nnd of your tnuny
friends. Let us hear from you.
Locke & Parker,
Room 10. 1041 O St. Lincoln
Tho Daily Nobrnskan uses The Chicago
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Tho second semesters work Jn politi
cal rconomy, following the course iu
Mill, will bo tho study of Booh m-Ba work.
Studoots who intend to continue in this
work erou!d make arrnngomonts for
securing second-hand books as no new
copies can bo obtained from the pub
lishers. Names of formor students who
have takon thiscourte may be obtained
from ProfeBeor Taylor.
A class in Foro Work will bo started
next bo m 08 tor if there aroonough wish
ing to talco it. Anyono plnnn'ng to take
tho courto offered noxt j car in Minings
Enginoeringandwisbing to got this much
tinishod will ploaso inform Mr. Votaw,
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital.
Special attention KlTen to rtleaie of womi
and all turgtcal tilsraae. X-rny ezamlnUaa
with no dlicomfort or lujarr to patlett KT
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Notice to Seniors.
I wish to seo this woek all eonurs in
tho Industrial College who intend to
graduato on Charter Doy, February 15,
1902. Seo mo any day in Ihn Deans'
oflico (104 University Hall), tot ween
11:30 and 12 o'clock.
ClIUlUS 10. BlSShN.
Any incidont of interest, real or im
aginary, happonin? in connection with
any member of tho senior class, rhould
be reported to tho Senior Book Com
mitteo so that a moro detailed account
of '()2'a idiosyncracic.i may bo recorded.
Will soon be hero but Fobrunry
in Florida is Lite May in Nc-In-jskn.
Join tho Burlington
Excursion and leavo Lincoln Jan.
'20. h. Spend February in Flori
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Depot, 7th !t V Sts.
There will bo a mooting of the sopho
more cIbbb in tho old chapel Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock. Important bus
iness. Election of officers. All sopho
iL.ores aro urged to bo present.
By Order of tho President.
Students who aro thinking of regis
tering for Course 21, beginning assay
ing, will p'.easo meet the instructor, for
consultation, at 12-30 Wednesday 22nd,
in Room 4, Chemical Laboratory.
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The University Publishing Co.,
134 North 11th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
We have lo.dced over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Reed Dunroy, issued by the University I'nb
lishing Co., entitled "Tumble Weeds.' We And Mr. Dnnroy an inter
esting person, lie undertakes large things, and approaches them in. a
largo way. He aims evidently for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be furious to see what a joung man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy eeems to be distinctly a western man ono of
those who are quite content with their own environment, as a sphere
for action and growth His themes are things that exist, and that he
can see around himself; it is men who caq take this view, it seems to
us, who are going to count on the future of our western civilization.
One little poem on "'Dawn'' attracted us particularly, and another on
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's baring thought
it necessary to put a pretty little thing'about Nebraska into apostro
phe's dialect A peculiarity that struck us was a strain of dovoutness
that runs through some of the poems, together, with some tokens of
displeasure with the church organizations.
r. Sterling Morton, hi The Conservative.
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