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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1902)
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THE DAILY KSBRASEAH.
TDE DAILY NEBRASKAN
aro placed in tho Morrill fund and
will bo used for further rosearoh
1 utiMMr dToUd to Ua inUrttti i tk
jtmUj of Nabra ska.
A CONSOLIDATION OF
Tho IIuinrlan Vol XXX
Tlio NebniHkim Vol XI
TlicHcurlet iind Cnwm Vol III
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Mills. K. Wells f
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V. ('. Untie. H A. McNown, II (i. Nelson
III. ( use.
Dan (ttit lelicti.
' Tba sabscrlptlon prlca of the Dallj Nebras
Un la XL for the col log year with a regular do
ll to rr before chapol each day. Notlcoi, com
tounlcntlons, nndothor mnttor intended for pub
lication, must be handed In at the Nebraskan
pQloe bofore 7 p. m., or mailed to tho editor be
fora 9 p. m., of tlie dar prerlous to that day on
hloh the; are ex(ncteato appear.
BubiorlpUons miij bo left at tho NebrsVan
office, at tho Go. Op., or with Illiniums Manngnr
Subscribers will confor n faror by roportlng
promptly at thla ofllo any failure to recelre tho
All changes In adrartislnir matter must bo la
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a which they are to appear.
Address all communications to the Daily Ne
kraskan, 134 N. 11 th Bt., Lincoln. Nebraska.
Entered itt the post olllee lit Iiicoln, Nclx
ii.s Necond duns mull rinitler
Tlie act ion of the seniors at Michi
gan University In abandoning class
smokers was based on the fact that
smokers uro undignified and are Trown
cd upon by pnonlo outside tlie universi
ty. This reason jnay have been a valid
one but tho substitution of class din
ners showed tho necessity jifsome in
lormal gathering at whien classmates
can get together and establish ac
quaintanceships. It is evident that
the ordinary routine or class work Is
not MiMlclcnt for this. To the weak
ness of her class functions can un
doubtedly be trace! tho deplorable
lack of class spirit at Nebraksa.
Librarian Wyor lias just added to
the botanical section of tho library
a lino copy of a rare work on the
Philippine Mora. It Is in six larue
quarto volumes, and contains nearly
llvo hundred colored platos of plants.
It is a revision or a work by the
veteran botanist Illanco, an.l now
baars the title of "Flora de las Fili
pinos". It will bo most useful to
those in tho department of botany
who aro prepurig to go to the Philip
pine Islands. Another book on t.hn
Philippine Mora which will be userul
to those who are going to the islands
is Travera's "Medicinal Plants ot
the Philippines," translated by I)r
J Ii Thomas. A copy of this book
lias been addod to tho botanical
Miss Ed I Hi Webster of the geo
logical department is busily ongaged
In the preparation 01 different collec
tions of specimens ana Is offering
them for sale to other insMtutlons.
The soeclmens aro some which were
gathered by membeis or the depart
ment while on the Morrill expedi
tions. Already sales have been fade to
JIavard, Vale, Vassar, Carnegie In
siltUte and a 1111 m Licr. uf other, Insti
tutions. The proceeds or the sales
Sidle's Sporting Goods House
Tennis Hase 11.11 and (Jyinnaiuin Coo.ls. Agencv for
Herald and National nicle,. Se.ul us your Repair U'tfrk.
At the Theatres.
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At the Oliver Tomorrow Night
AT THi; OLIVER.
The production of "The Merchant
of Venice," by Mr. Whiteside in this
city is scheduled Tor tonight at the
During Mr. Whiteside's engagement
at the Century theatre St. Louis a
row weeks since tho St. Louis Re
puolichad the following unique com
ment upon his work:
"Mr. Whltelsdeis like olives, arr.er
you have learned to love his methods
you crave him. Ills pocul-irities of
pose, his fondness Tor Intense situa
tions aro part of the entrancing
Whiteside flavor." Sale of seats now
AT THE FUNKE.
"Ago cannot wither or custom
stale" the attractions possessed by
that best Swedish dialect play "Olc
Olson." V ear in and year out. f or 1
more than a decade "Olu" has-been
presented to tho theatro going public
and Its popularity has never waned.
Other Swedish characters have come
upon the scene, but none of them can
view with "Olson" In the regard or
the public and It stands unique- in its
line llko RId VanWinklo and Uncle
Z This season Mr. Hendricks, the
popular cdhiedian. has made numerous
changos in order to givo the play
greater attractive qualities and it is
goneraily conceded that bis company
is tho best that has eve" appeared lu
this play, its presentation at the
Funko opera house next Monday and
Tuesday nlgbfs will doubtless attract
a L'enerous attendance. The popular
Swedish Ladies (jiia.letLo will appear
with the company.
For sheet' music and supplies go
tJ tlie. ALlLhews Pluiio LU, U2D U J
OUR PLACE . . .
is not the only place in town but it is THE PLAGE
to buy your Shoes. We have a full line of
the latest style Shoes.
PERKINS & SfclELDON, 1129 0 St.
BOYD BUILDNG, I7TI1 AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
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Sectionnl View of actual Husiness
and Hanking Department.
Endorsed by high .sch00i principals, leading busness men and oflicial
court reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly
equ.pped institution in the West. 81,000 invested in standard typewriters
.V.0O Hanking and other fixtures placed in actualnsness department. Hlc
gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor has
been leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over
I'EK CENT of lastyoai 's enrollment. Students may enter any time. Address
A. C. ONG, A.
Write for elegant.
Tenth and Pacific Streets, : : : : : Cmaha, Neb.
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Establnhel Nine Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Business from tho Start.
Ab it ia practiced.
Tho Touch Method.
(Jrahain and (Jrogg Systems.
Practical and thorough.
M LLB. Pres.
cge offers a graded
course extending over four
annual sessions. C
The lvantages ' and re
quiroinor t of the college aro
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Medi
cal Cul'eges, of wliic'i tbis
college is member. Tor In
1301 () STREET.
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