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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1902)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
C. II, FREY
1133 O STREET
Teeth filled without pain
DR. A. B. AYRES,
'A liberal discounl to students.
141 So. 12111 Si., - Lincdim, Nui.
ALLEYS. Standard and Regula
tion in every particular. 1210O
, H. C. THOMAS,
DR. J. R. HAGGARD. Physi
cian and Surgeon. Special atten
tion paid to diseases of iemales and
rectal diseases. Rooms 2 1 2 to 2 14
Richards block. Residence 1310
G street. Office telephone 535.
Residence telephone L 984.
You SHOULD buy your Kodaks, Plates
Films, Cards. Albums, Dovelopcrs, Etc.,
LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY 00.,
115 South 11th Street,
Pioneer Barber Shop
Clean Linen, V inest of Toilets,
Fust Class Sei ice.
A. L. KEMMERRKK, Piopr.
1 1 3 So. 1 1 tli St , Lincoln, Neb.
STEVENS & NEVILLE'S
New Location Is at
1330 O Street.
Pool and Billiatdsin connection.
Yule Bros. Laundry
J5J4 O Street Tel. 754.
Originators of the! idea of. sending
homo work satisfactory
Columbia National Bank
Ol Ll( Ol V, Nl I1KASK V.
Oiiuiks:- John B. Wright, Presi
dent; J. II. Westcott, Vice-President;
Joe Samuels, 2d Vice-President;
P. L. Hall, Cashiei; W. 13.
Ryons, Assistant Cashier.
1312 E - Ptione 274
Shirts, 4c. Collars. 1 l-2c.
Nothiug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
We have 20 different styles
ol OCKKN QUALITY LAD1KS'
$3.00 and $3.50 Shoes
Local and Personal
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Ludwig, the Unl tnllor.
Pay up your subscription.
Eat at the Newport today.
Oloves Cleaned at the Famous
Buy your Oloves at the Famous.
The Ivy Press prints to please.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street.
Burr Barber shop, 120 North 12th.
Eat at Don Cameron's, 118 So. 11th.
Don't wait to hae the circulator see
Cameron'B lunch counter, 118 So.
Don't wait to he invited to subscribe
or pay up.
Hae the Ivy Press Co print it. 1 25
No. 12th stieet.
Call on the circulator about your
If you can't find the circulator, come
to the office.
Dr. II. J. Lehnhoff, '97, Fraternity
building, Thirteenth and M.
Flegenbaum's pharmacy, noithwesl
corner Thirteenth and O streets.
Coac li Curtis; of Kansas spent Sat
urday evening with his Delta lpsilon
Professor Morit. lectured Thuisday
evening before the class i:i cducatloi
mclhods on "How to teach mathe
matics in high schools."
You would think the icgistratlon of
fice had been moved to Paine's cfothing
store, judging from the large num
ber of students passing in and out of
the store these days. Has been this
way for years.
M. Crawford, who was first assistant
under Professor Bruner, iB now em
ployed in the Burlington & Missouri
car accountant's office.
We have writing tablets for every fraternity
ind sorority in the University.
NV f?lnZTDFFT f
I)r Fling leaves next Thursday for
a three weeks' tour of California. From
Tuesday to Saturday of the lollovvlng
week he will lecture hefore the teach
ers' association ofnorthcrn California,
at Redding. Befoie returning he will
visit the University of California, and
I ( land-Stanfoid University.
Some of the advanced students of
the history departments are being
treated Thursday afternoon's from f
to C) o'clock to readings from the com
pleted chapters of volume one of Dr
Fling's forthcoming "Mirabeau and the
French Revolution." Last Thursday's
Fossion dealt with chapter 9, "lenfant
The Sophomore Hop.
The first class event of the season,
the Sophomore hop, took place last Fil
day evening at Fraternity hall. About
seventy couples were present. The mu
sic was furnished by Quick's orchestra.
Time had been some talk among the
.luniois of kidnaping o.Ihn Forsythe,
chairman of the committee, and Robert
White, master of ceremonies, with the
result that neither of these men were
H'i'ii on the campus Friday. There was
no attempt made to abduct them, how
ever, and they were piesent to take
part in the festivities.
The affair was announced as infor
mal, but it turned out to be a little
more formal than was expected. There
weie twenty numbers and five extras.
The floor was in the finest condition
possible, and danc ing continued until
a late hour. The programs were neat
souvenirs done in green and white. The
guests for the most part weie ati-. '
university i-tudpnts. (Jtheis membeis
of the committer In charge weie Mr.
Frank Beets, Mr. Will Ramsey. Mr.
Robeit Burke, Miss Ruth Wilson, MIfh
Blanc he Meeker.
Second Eleven Defeated.
The sc nibs met defeat at the hands
of Bellevue College Saturday, by a
score of 15 to 0. Twenty and twanty
flve minute halves were pliyed.
The kccond team was in poor shape
and handicapped by the absence of
Captain Newton and Englehart, while
their opponents were in prime condi
tion. Bellevue excelled in punting, speed
and fal.e flaying and her tackles were
very strong. Line bucks netted them
but small gains and they gained their
ground by long ond runs, while Ne
braska battered her line for good gains,
but costly fumbles at critical times
c o-t her dearly.
Dm Ing the first five minutes of ploy
Schoneld. the F;ellvue rntei. secured
the ball during n scilmmage and went
down the field for fllty yaid nnd a
touchdown Moore railed to kick
Bellevue had found the weak place
In the opposing line and Marsh soon
carried the ball over for another two
points. The goal was not kicked. In
the last two minutes of the first half
the senilis took a brace and only a few
seconds of time prevented them from
In the Hccond half Bellevue was held
down to one touchdown, which was
made on a fake double pnps, and the
ball c airled by Cooper for :i! yardn.
Oonl was missed.
Myers nnd Marsh were the stars for
the second team. The men aie anxious
for another game and arrangements
may be made to have Bellevue play
them at Lincoln.
The Sigma Chls entertained Mr.
Pratt of the Foxy Quiller company, at
II. B. Alexander, a graduate of the
uiilveisity. has a poem In the Novem
ber Atlantic Monthly.
T ne advanced chorus claims is now
practicing "The Messiah" for the
Chi istmas com crt.
W. P. Warner of Dakota Cty, an old
university man. was elected senator
fiom his home distric t.
L. J. Abbott, who has been an edi
tor on the Lavvton Enterprise, I awton,
Okla., has been elected principal of the
high schools of that city to fill a va
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