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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!.
, The University School of Music, Just South of the Campus. You Can Enter at Any Time. - -
1629 0 St.
Wo can give you all the new styles in
cards and finish llio market affords
Special Bates to Students.
(Jet v o u !
relincd, repaired ,nd re titled at
the Rarno old stand,
N.E.Cor. 1 1 tli A O StH. ' Phone 708
Dr. Shoemaker's Private ItapittL
Special attention Won to dttai4 of naa
and all inrtfcal dlieniea. I-rar xaMlwrtw
with do diacomfort or Injury to patlaaa. XT
rjrtblnff ai homellko at pottlbU. Uoar ami
HIT L 8T. LINCOLN,
r. O. Boa 831. Taltkma
Your Hooey and Important
Shou'd bo kept in n snfe place; $1.25
pays for a Safe Deposit llox for three
months; absolutely Kafe from tire and
tmrglars Silverware and triiL Its stored
in our Storage Vault.
LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT
and TRUST COMPANY,
126 North Eleveolli Street.
Every new Student
337 So ,ltn street
And has his measure taken for tka
b T)endtr3onJ1ittt3 Co.
Will eoon ba here but February
in Pipridd ia hUe May in No
braaliu. Join the Durliogton
Excursion and leave.Liocoln Jan.
29ih. Spend February in Flori
da; l.ve on niqo fresh pine-apples
and oranges. Ask or. write
us for booklet deecriptivc of the
. Oity Ofllce Cor 10th Sc O St.,
Y.W (J. A. NOTES.
The proceeds from candy sale
Number three, wero$7.2f. The money
will bo used for sunscrlptlons to
periodicals for the rooms. A Bible
will also bo purchased to replace one.
that recently disappeared from the
2 MIrr Weldy is in tho Association
room every day from .'I to 4 and will
bo very glad to have any of tho f Iris
como in to sec her.
NextSunday afternoon thero will
boo " Toronto" meeting from 4 to 5.
The coming convention will be dis
cussed. Tho membership committee have
started a contest that is aroulsinu a
great deal of interest. Ono Bide
wears tiny yellow and white bows,
the other green and white.
Devotional meetings every Wednes
day from l:lf t0:4f and from f to
Miss Wild's Hiblo class holds its
first session Friday from 1 to 1.
Notice to Seniors.
1 wish to see tils week all seniors in
tho Industr'al Collego who intoud to
graduato od Charier Day, February 15,
1902. See mo any day in the Deans'
ofhee (104 University Hall), lotwcen
1 1:33 and 12 o'clock.
CiiAin i.s E. first-ky,
There will bo a mootiutr of thesopho
more- cIubs in tbo old chapel Thursday
morning at 10 o el'-ck. Important bu
inesp. Filrction of ollleers. All .snpho
n. ores aro urged to be present.
By Order of tho President.
The Sophomore Baskot-ball Team
hereby ohallongo? tho Seniors to aeenbs
of two gamep; the lir6t to bo p)n)od on
or after February 21, 1902, the dato of
the so-on 1 to bo arranged later.
There will bo a mooting of Juniors
Friday morning at 10 o'clock in old
chapel to consider cIbbb party class
Hauvkt G. Stray eii.
Senior Basket-Ball Men.
All Senior Basket-ball Men see (J. E.
Teacb, manager, or D. B. Thomas, cap.
tain, at onco.
Sooior Class Meeting Friday, Jan. 24,
at Chapol time in Old Chapel.
Veiinon O. Batik, Pres,
All football men are requested to meet
at the gymnasium Friday for piclurep.
At Just OneHalf Price.
Harper's Weekly $
All subscriptions must be NEW, and may be sent to one
or different addresses.
Send your orders to
The University Publishing Co.,
134 North 11th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
Absolutely new, with thumb index
and best binding, is now on sale at the
jbffice of The University Publishing Co.
If you wish the best
is at a bargain call at
134 North lltli Street,
once, or write,
Publishing Co., $4
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