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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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ThlB column Is devoted mainly to
notices of tho university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish Bhould leave
them either at tho executlvo office, at
tho ofllco of tho paper, or hand them to
unyono connected with tho paper. All
announcements should be In by 6 p. m.
Seniors In the engineering lepait
inent are not required to write Junior
or Senior themes this year.
A meeting was held In the Academy
chapel Friday morning to discuss the
advisability of organizing a debating
club. An organization was perfected
and officers were elected.
Juniors meet Monday. December 8,
at 10 a. in.. In U. 200.
The basket ball class met Saturday
afternoon at 3 p. m. for me first time.
Heretofore it has met only on Tues
days and Thursdays at f co'Iock, but
meets every Saturday at 3 hereafter.
Thirty men reported for practice and
three lively games were played.
Mr. Fee Is working on an outline
of the condition of grounds and buildings.
The men In the Lincoln Light Infan
try who do the best work arc men who
have taken work In the university
The meeting of the Latin club of
the Academy, which was to have been
held last Friday, wil take place during
the latter part of the week, probably
in the chapel.
Freshmen meet In U. 20f, Tuesday,
December 9, at 10 a. m.
Students are again notified that all
men taking gymnasium work must
take a physical examination. A1' those
who have not yet been examined must
OET SENIOR HATS.
The senior cap committee urges all
who Intend to purchase hats to leave
their orderB at once with some member
of the committee or with President
Buck. Orders Bhould bo In this week
ho that the hats can bo secured before
A FEW GOOD THINGS
Suitable for Christmas Presents
New Pool Parlor
138 So. 11th Street.
All Students are cordially invited
to while away the time here.
Checks given on all game's.
D. O. FIPER, Propr.
EAT AT THE
Merchants Dining Hall
1042 P STREET.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
Call at Y. M. C. A. rooms and get a
copy of the student's hand-book free.
Students desiring beginning French
the second semester will please report
at room 301, University hall.
CLARA CON KLIN.
DEANS' OFFICE HOURS.
Tho deans of tho various colleges
may be found in U. 104 at tho hours
noted herein. Each student should
feel free to consult tho dean of his
collego In regard to his work, absence
from class, etc.
Dean Sherman. 10:30-11:30.
Dean Bessey, 11:30-12:00.
Dean Davis, 2:00-3:00.
Dean Ward, 11:30-12:00.
Waterman "Ideal" Gold Mounted Pens; Pearl
Mounted Fountain Pens $3-50 to $600
Gold Mouuted Fountain Pens $10 00
"U. of N" Pennant Calendars 25c
Poster Calendars , 75c
Indian Heads Calendars 25c
Pyrography Plasques, burned with Christy and Gibson
Monogrammed Stationery, per box . . $1.75
Engraved Plate and 100 Visiting Cards $1-00
Coin Purses, with Burned Monogram 50c
Purses, with Burned Monograms 25c and 50c
All the latest things in Pyrography upwards from 15c
THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE
112LS O ST REIT.
The Only Up -to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Newly
Covered. Powell's, 146
N. 11th. Phone L664.
We are busy people,
Hereafter the basket-ball class will
meet on Saturday at 3 p. in.
Juniors meet In U. 20C, Monday, 10
a. in. A basket-ball manager will be
elected and some important business
In regard to the class debate will be
transacted. (MaBS enthusiasm for the
girls' tournament will be aroused.
A. I. MYERSv President.
but before school closes for
the holidays we want to have a
heart-to-heart talk with the candy-buying students, lest they forget
who we are, where we are, and what we do. We are still making
chocolates, good chocolates chocolates which we believe are the
equal of any on earth. We can make as good chocolate as Nebraska
can grow corn, or "cornhuskers," and you know they are rfght at the
top of the pile, even if some people do not like to admit it. If you
find that our goods are not equal in appearance, in flavor and general
goodness of anything beyound the Missouri, we will refund your
money and ask no questions. Our goods on sale at your book stores.
THE MAXWELL CO., 200 S. 11th 1420 O St.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital,
$200,000; surplus, $100,000; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093
b. H. Burnham, prest; A. J. Saw.
yer, vice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; H. B. Evans, asst. cash.;
Irank Farks, asst. cash. United
Shirts, 4c. Collars. 1 l-2c.
Nothlug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
The senior class will meet tomorrow
at 10, In library 109. Important busi
ness relative to securing Bpace in the
Sombrero, cluss debates and basket
ball will bo transacted.
' Sophomore girls meet Tuesday at 10
a. m.. U. 210.
Senior glrlB meet Wednesday at 10
a. m., U. 210, to consider caps and
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
All cadets must appear In uniform
Monday night. Men are urged to.
watch the delinquent list and keep In
touch with their ptandlng.
The wedding of Mlsa Cecilia J. War
ner of Waverly, a slBter of Hon. C. J.
Warner, '00, to a gentleman In Waver
ly, has been announced.
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