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THE DAILY NEBfcASKAN.
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5 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR gg
JR. HAGGARD, M. D. OITlce 1100
O Streot. Rooms 212 213 214 Rich
Brds Block, Telephone 53."). Residence,
1810 Q Streot, Telephone L984.
DR. BENJ. F. BAILEY; Dr. Ma?
Loiuho Flanagan; Ofilco. 141 South
12th Stroot. Telephone (518
JP DAVIS, I). I) S , Dentist
J limine mid crown work Office
room 7, over Rock Islan-l ticket office.
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Reference: Seniors, '02. We rnn plvp
you all the now styles In cm da and
finish the mnrkot affords
SPIDCIAL. RATES TO STUDRNT9.
SQUARE MEALS at
THE UNIQUE, 1230 0 ST.
THE PIONEER BARBER SHOP
C I.KAN I.INKN,
PINKSf OP 'IOII.KTvS,
W. J. WHITFORD, Proprietor
113 So. Ilth St., LINCOLN, NEB.
7 " D. E. DePUTRON
IP von need a new Ponn am
Pen, remember we sell
yon a Paul K. Wirt $2.(M)
pen for $1.2.").
Wilson & Hall
Booksellers and Stationers
U23 O STREET
He says It la an Inspiration to him. You,
too, should enjoy a Washburn. Wnihburn
Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Zlthors are sold
by uret-datia muslo dealers everywhere.
New Models Only Sis.oo.
Beautiful Souvenir Catalogue Free.
LYON A HEALY, Makers
17 Adams Street. - Chicago.
High School Texts and Supplies
Sherman's Questions on Ilnmlet.
Pound's Questions on Ivlaine.
Latin Prose Composition on I. in
arms and Rosciiis.
History ).ipers and covers, whole
Eat lit Hendry'H, 129 N. Ilth.
Fine furs, Steele, 1111 So. 12th.
Steele, the furrier, 1 1 If S. 12th st
C. 15. Brown, dentist, Burr block.
Tho Hygienic Cafe, 31(5 So. 1 lit li s
Pulaco Dining Hall for good meals.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 S. Ilth
Dr. Ketchum, oculist, glasses fitted.
Dr. Woodward, aurlst, Richards blk.
Dr. Woodward, oculist, Richards
(Jet an up-to dato university hair
cut at Westerfleld'a.
Wo use compressed air. The Palace
Barber Shop, 109 N. Ilth, west side.
For sheet music and supplies go
to tho Matthews Piano Co., 1120 i
7 chairs the Palace Barber Shop.
Everything modern. "Comprobbud
Air," 109 N. Ilth, webt side. C. A.
The Progress of the Engineering
At the hibt meeting of the engineer
ing society the "Annual" board report
ed excellent progress on tho book.
Three of the contributions are alreadj
in the hands of tho editors and the
rest will arrive in time to reach the
printer by March 1. The articles will,
In general, be descriptive of the work
in which the respective contributors
(alumni of the engineering depart
meats of the university) are interest
ed. Following Is a list of tho contrlb
utors: Joseph A. Sargent, ox-'9 8, and
A. E. Carter, ex-'OO, of Havana, Cuba;
E. G. Willyoung, E.E., New York;
Prof. G. .H Morse. Lincoln; G. H.
Tinker, '90, Trinidad, Colo.; H. C.
Yates, '92, Lead, South Dakota; A. A.
Steel, '99, Mexico; Prof. Morgan
Brooks, Prhana, Illinois, J. W. Me
Crosky, '91, Buenos Aires, S. A.; (
Ol tourt ou il have to kiej) vour loom w.i ill tins uniur
Gregory, the Coal Man
HAS IHki STUF
PR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Free. Prices Reasonable.
12380 Street, "iSSStf
and News Dealers
318 North Ilth.
W. Weeks, '98, Manila, P. I.; G. H.
One thousand copies wul bo printed
and they will be ready for distribu
tion about March .10. The book wul
contain about 100 pages and will be
copiously illustrated. The price will
be r0 cents.
Prospective subscribers are referred
to the following, who comprise the ed
itorial board. Dan Outleben, F. L.
Hunt, A. M. Hull, .1. A. (Iroon, Fred
Dortnan, and C. S. Orton.
The Phi Beta Knppa Election
Tho Phi Beta Kappa elections from
tho class of 1902 were made upon the
basis of required subjects, according
to the rule of the society adopted last
year. It Is the purpose of tho socl
oty to encourage breadth and thor
oughness in college work, and to elect
to membership only those students
who have received a liberal education
The rule relating to required subjects
is as follows "In order to elect upon
general scholarship, candidates for
Phi Beta Kappa must, at the time of
election, have credit for at least four
of the following six subjects to the
Science, 10 hours.
Mathematics, 10 hours.
Modern language, 10 hours.
Ancient language, 10 hours.
History, 10 hours.
Philosophy, t hours.
1 ne executive committee is em
powered for the next two years to
modify the requirements in such a
way that they may become effective
gradually." In accordance with this,
the executhe committee ruled that,
for the present class, only those stu
dents should be considered who uad
completed the full number of hours in
three of the six subjects, and had tak
en some work in a fourth subject. Un
der the operation of this ruling, sev
eral members of the present sonior
class were ineligible for election. The
following seniors were elected to mem
bership In Phi Beta Kappa in accord
ance with what has been said above:
A. K. Barnes, Elsie Blandin, C. M.
Bracelen. Mamie Ellis, J. J. Fossler,
R. W. Harbor, Ethel Masters, Char
lotte Mead, Carrie Neilson, Louise
Phelps, Mallnda J. Powell, It. C. Pow
ers, Bessie Reeves, II. D. Kicker, 15.
T. Sage, Zora Shields, Annetta
Sprung, Caroline Stringer, Charhu.t
Templeton. Hattie Plum Williams
Ilth and O Streets
Yule Bros. Laundry
Phone 754....1514 0 Street
University Books and Supplies
of all Kinds
Uni. pins and pennnts.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen.
Everybody uses the Ideal.
Everybody oea to
I u isli to know 011
I mi-Ii xiii l know my work
I'eir I lit-, tt-nson I will gut-you jour
dental wurk nt about h.ilf the usual
intcs for nlmul sll ilaj s
DR. A. B. AYERS, 127 So 12th.
H. S. ALEY, M. D.
Practico Llmitod to Chronic DIsoasos.
Sixteen years' experience. Graduate
of Rush Medical College, Chicago. Give
special attention to the use of electric
ity and the Dosimetric System of med
ication. Correspondence solicited. Mall
treatment a specialty.
Otnce. 1318 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
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F. C. ZEHRUHO & 0. T. CRAWFORD, MOR.
TUESDAY, FEB. 18
BOYDEN, ALBERT1, ZERNI, KRYL,
1H SCEMES.FR0M GRAND OPERA
(not in costume)
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00. Seat Sale Saturday
s The Installment Tailor
115 North Ilth St. !
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