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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1902)
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THE DAILY NEBKAbKAN,
New Pool Parlor
138 So. 11th Street.
All Students are cordially invited
to while away the time here.
Checks given on all games.
D. O. tIPER, Propr.
EAT AT THE
Merchants Dining Hall
1042 P STREET.
LINCOLN. - NEBRASKA.
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-.
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.;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
This column 1b devoted mainly to
notices of the university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish Bhould leave
them either at the executive ofllco, at
the ofllco of the paper, or hand them to
unyone connocted with the paper. All
announcements should be In by 6 p. m.
Seniors In the engineering depart
ment are not required to write Junior
or Senior themes this year.
The annual Harvard-Princeton
bato will occur on December 12.
Tho Dramatic club will present "Da
vid Garrlck" at York' on the 20th.
All the votes for candidates for foot
ball captain muBt be in by the twelfth.
There are seventeen eligible voters.
The regular monthly mooting of the
Athletic board will take place In Dr.
Clapp's ofllco next Monday evening.
Students are again notified that all
men taking gymnasium work muet
take a physical examination. A" thoso
who have not yet been examined must
GET SENIOR HATS.
Tho senior cap committee urges all
who Intend to purchase hatB to leave
their orders at once with some member
of the committee or with President
Buck. Orders should be In this week
so that tho hats can be secured before
Mr. Robert Cuscaden of. Omaha, who
has just returned from Europe, has
consented to play at tho "Chick"
Shedd benefit. Mr. Cuscaden Is a
brother of Mr. Fred Cuscaden, law '02,
and has returned from a four years'
sojourn In Berlin, studying violin un
der tho famous master, Wltek. This
will be another attraction for the al
ready well-planned benefit concert for
Mr. Starr wll sing at a recital at the
Christian church' Friday, December 12,
Prof. E. H. Barbour will deliver a
lecture Friday evening at tho Vino
Street Congregational church of this
city on "The Bad Lands of Nebraska,"
On Saturday night tho Palladlan de
bating olub will debat the question,
"Resolved, That the direct primary
system should bo adopted In Nebraska.
Dr. Clapp has now two classes for
flold events which spend half their
time on floor or field practico jind the
other half in class and lecture work.
Professor Cook of the history depart
ment, Is preparing an article on
"Amendments to the Constitution" for
publication In "The World of Today."
Call at Y. M. C. A. rooms and get a
copy of the student's hand-book free.
We arc busy people,
1ED1 D St, - Phone 274
Shirts, 4c Collars-1 l-2c.
Nothiug Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
DEANS' OFFICE HOURS.
Tho deans of tho various colleges
may bo found In U. 104 at tho hours
noted herein. Each studont should
feel free to consult tho dean of his
collego In regard to his work, absonce
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.
Hereafter the basket-ball class will
meot on Saturday at 3 p. m.
The Delian society will meet Wed
nesday In the old chapel at 1 o'clock
for the election of officers. All mem
bers of the society aro urged to be present.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
T., L & M. V. ft'Y.
Best Line to
The committee on tho Shodd Bone
fltflt wishes that all those who play a
mandolin, guitar, violin or banjo would
leave their names and the names of
other talented persons whom they
know with George Shidler.
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 right 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., 206 S. 11th 1426 O St.
A Kausas School Boy's Definition of Pants.
PANTS were made for men and not men for pants; when a man
pants for a woman and a woman pants for a man they are a PAIR
OF PANTS, such cases usually lead to breeches of promise. Pants
are like molasses, thin in summer and thick in winter. There has
been much discussion whether PANTS is singular or plural; it ap.
pears to me thatwhen a man wearsrpants it is plural, but when he does
not wear pants it is singular.
by not let injfjWlG pant yon ?
Senior girls meet Wednesday at 10
a. ra.. In U. 210.
There will bo a meeting of the Se
nior class this morning at 10 o'clock
In L. 109.
Sophomore girls meet this morning
at 19 o'clock in U. 210.
The Freshmen meet this morning at
10 o'clock In U. 20G.
1024 O St.
E. R, BOTLEB,
1024 O St.
R. W, MoGinnib,
The Botanical Seminar will meet
Saturday, December 13, at 2:30 in the
botany lecture room. All members of
advanced botany classes are expected
to bo present. Dr. Bessey will give
a discussion of the cause which have
contributed to tho present condition
of Nebraska forestB.
BY CORRECT MECHANICAL
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BOOK OF THE NEW CENTURY MAILED FREE.
AMEttlCANWmTINGMACinNECO.,415So.15ih Street, Onfdha.
Next Friday at 8 p. m., Hon. Peter
Gro80up of Chicago will deliver a lec
ture on "Trusts, the Next Step In the
Development of the Country." Tho
public Is Invited. Admission will be
free to all.
are-used by all colleges and
athletic clubs, because they
stand the test.
Spalding's Officiajl Intercol
legiate Foot Ball is used in all
championship games. Price
$4.00. Spalding's New Attachment for Foot Ball Tacking Machine
was' invented by Mr. John McMasters, trainer of the Harvard team.
It is' the best appliance of its kind ever invented. Price 15.00.
Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide for 1902. Price 10 cents.
Spaldings Fall and Winter Sports Catalogue mailed free.
A. G. SPALDING BROS.
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