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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1902)
THE DAILY IfSBRAHKAW.
TJie Dally JSUbraskap
A Newspaper AoYotad to the lntcreita of th
Unlverilty of Nlraik,
A CONSOLIDATION OF
Tbo Uepftai. Vol. XXX
?lto Nobrukno. Vol. XI
he Bcrlet Cream. Vol. Ill
nterllnr II. MoCaw.
H. w. nnrbir,
Chnd I. Taylor, I
Chan. B. WeiU. f
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V. C. Baths. K. A. MONown. 11. O. Noiion
Wm. flaae. Pan Qutleben.
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Entered at the poit office at Lincoln. Nob at
Rcond Olaia Mall Matter.
The (IIvIhIoiih In American history 4
were Riven a Hiirprlno Monday nfter
noon nt 5 o'clock, which was mutually
enjoyable to profoBBorn and students
alike. The quiz BectlonH were called In
special work to finish up the work for
the year under Mr. Sheldon. The claHS
meeting was hold In university hall.
After Blips had beon passed around on
which questions had been written the
numbers were called and the lucky
ones responded with their answers.
After this Mr. Sheldon brought on the
surprise by calling on some young
ladles and asking them to distribute
the refreshments which he had pre
pared for the occasion Popcorn and
oranges were passed around.
Mr. Sheldon gave as IiIb reason for
this new departure that students
should be better acquainted. While
the students were enjoying theniBelves
with the refreshments Borne invited
professors of the department of Amer
ican history were called upon for
speeches. Those present were Profes
sor Caldwell, Instructors Allysworth,
Perslnger and Sheldon, and Mr. Harrat
of the Historical society.
The Engineering society held a busi
ness meeting Monday evening.
The business before the meeting was
the election of a board for next year's
engineering annual. O. J. Ferguson
was elected editor-ln-chlef and Fred E.
Hess, business manager. The appoint
ment of the thrpp departmental edi
tors was left In the hands of the editor-in-chief
and business manager, but
Ib to be confirmed by the society at its
meeting next Monday. This year's an
nual board made a report and an
nounced that each member purchasing
one of the annuals would receive free
a year book of the Michigan Engineer
ing society, with whom they hod ex
changed a hundred and twenty-five
ENGLISH 11, 12.
ENGLISH 13. 14.
ENGLISH 11a, 12a.
ENGLISH lib, 12b.
Students with unfinished business in
connection with any of these courses
should attend to it by f) o'clock, Thurs
day afternoon. May 21).
Ry thai hour all written and rewrit
ten work assigned should be returned.
The grades for this Bemester, as well
as reports on first semester work un
finished, will go to the registrar's of
fice at 9 o'clock, Friday morning, May
The punting contest for the Rudge
& Guen.el silver trophy cup will take
place on the athletic field at 3 p. m.
today Anyone is eligible to enter
this contest who signifies his intention
to try for the football team next fall.
JOHN WESTOVER. Captain.
Mr C. R. Jeffords. '98, who special
ized in Latin and who has been teach
ing that subject and ancient history
in the Lincoln high school for the past
two years, was recently elected to a
. Latin and Greek fellowship in Cornell
! university. There was a large number
. of candidates and the competition was
close. This choice Is another evidence
I of the high standing of the university
of Nebraska In the east. The univer
sity 1b still further honored by the re
election of Mr. C. M. Story to a schol
arship in philosophy in the same institution.
TENTH AND PACIFIC STREETS, OMAHA, NEBK.
This college offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college
are fully up to the require
ments of the present times,
and the conditions laid
down by the Association of
American Medical Colleges,
of which this college is a
member. For Information
EWING BROWN, Secretary.
Bicycle Tif es
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On account of our Removal Sale
Bicycles and all Sundries at same
202 5. lllti St.
Wc have a stock of Tennis,
Baseball, Running and
Gymnasium Shoes that
can't be surpassed in the
city. Call and see them.
Perkins & Sheldon,
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Vice President, P. L. Hall, Cashier,
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