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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTCrY IP
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. OfTlco 1100
O Streot, Rooms 212 213-214 Rich
ards Block, Tolophono filJT). Residenco,
1310 G Street, Telephono L08-1,
DR. BENJ. P. BAILEY; Dr. Muj
Louiso Flnnapnn; OfhVo, HI South
L2th Street. Tolophono G18.
LT. DAVIS. I). D. S., Dentist.
Bridge und Crown work. Oflieo
room 7, over Uoclc Island ticket oHice.
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Club rntes ivon.
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A Close Shave
A hair cut, or any thine; elpe
you want- u barber to do for
you, at the
Y. M. C. A. Barhkii Shop,
13TH AND P STREETS.
m inure pi ices
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
117 ."" P: E- PeWTRON
If . . .
a new Fountain Pen
remember we sell you
a Paul 11. Wirt 2.oo
pen for $1.25.
History Paper 6c and
7c per 100.
Wilson & Hall
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
1123 0 STREET.
1514 0 St.
AT 218 No. IITH,
For students' convenience I carry a
line of Furnishings The a for 35c
Fancy Hose cannot be equaled any
where Please mention this paper.
Local and Personal.
ut at Hendry's 1.'J N. 11th.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 1 t.J S 12th st.
('. E. Brown, dentist. Burr block.
The Hygienic Cafe, 310 So. 12th st.
Palace Dining hall for good nicnls.
Eat at Don Cameron's ,ljh so. 11th.
Dr. Kctchum, oculist, glasses fitted.
We u?o coinpresFod air. Tho Palaco
Barber Shop 109 Nil, west sido.
Oct an up-to-date university hair
cut at WcHlcrlluldB.
For shcot' music and supplies go
to the Muthews Piano Co., 1120 O
7 Chairs- the Palace birbr ap.
Ever thing modern. "Compressod
Air," 109 N 11, weEt eide. ('. A. Geen
Governor Savage will address the
students ot the Acadainy this morn
ing at, ten o'clock. HIs topic, will be
"A Message to Young People."
The debaters on the municipal
ownership uestion met in .Memorial
hall yesterday evening for further
drill in aiguinentati ve work.
Dr.IWoodward oculist. Richards bile.
The Eleventh Hour Club met with
Misses Laura While and Winifred
Wolgamot and elected otllcers. Taffy
pulling was the principal amusement.
Winifred Wolgami t, the senior mem
ber of the club, was elected president.
The story Is tola ot a certain pro
fessor in tiie university who put a
great neal of stress on thought; trans
lation rather than word translation.
The other day ono of the students
ban forgotten her nook and was
obliged to accept tho genial profes
sor's generosity by using his Ik. ok,
which In bis fervor for thought
translation he had interlined in ono
or two places. The young lady being
called upon, naturally used tho
"thought translation" process and
brought forth a reading that caused
the smiles of approval from the in
terested professor to burst out into
words or praise for tho innovation
that was being made in the transla
tion of modern languages. Most, how
ever, seem to Del ievo that It was a sort
of mental telepathy assisted bv the
A limited number of thu new Y
M. C. A. directories have been re
ceived and are now ready for attri
bution. Students may have copies of
tho samo by calling at tho associa
Of course you'll have to keep your room warjn this winter
Gregory, the Coal Man
NOTICE 'JO MEN HOLM NO
Considerable student property has
been taken from lockers in the
gymnasium and put Into llio. physical
director's office. Tills was dono to
make room lor men working In tho
gymnasium. Tills property must be
riiinoved from the ofllce Immediately.
Dr. Woodward aurlst, Richards blk
California will send a track loam
ahout May 17. to New Haven where
it will compete with Yale.
California ranks first in tho num
bcr of military cadets, followed by
Wisconsin, Minnesota. Cornell and
Kansas lias elected Curtis, last
year's captain of football as next
Kansas is rejoicing with the thought
of having a snug sum placed in the
athletic treasury this year.
California had its first base hall
game Saturday between the team and
Mr. Col ton who addressed the stu
dents last year spoke at Minnesota,
Filday night, on "Four kinds of .stu
dents." The Minnesota Agricultural School
Is besieged with the small pox and
many students aie 111.
Minnesota in her last athletic
board election used the Australian
ballot system with great success.
The United States today lias (12!)
universities ann colleges and '
schools of technology. Tho total
attendance is about 10,000.
The freshmen of California recently
repelled an attack oy sophomoros on
their ballot boxes, by tho effective
use of a 11 ro hose.
Practically all the largo colleges
havehad or will very soon liavo their
annual Junior Proms.
The members of tho different fra
ternities of Minnesota have been
lnvltea by a city pastor to attend a
service at which he will preach on
Tho recent Michigan Junior Hop
was held In tho gymnasium'. Tlireo
hundred couples wore in the grnd
march. Dancing begun at eloven and
continued till 4 o'clock am. Some
remained until (3 o'clock. Luncheon
vas also served.
Ts'ext Friday's issun of tho Daily
Nobraskau will bo a special ono and
will bo devoted to tho Interests or
tho Electrical Engineering depart
ment. DUTEIL-Clgars "that's all.
and O Streets
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