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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1902)
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THE DAILY' NEBRASKAN.
New Pool Parlor
138 So. 11th Street.
All Students arc cordially invited
to while away the time here.
Checks given on all games.
D. O. PIPER, Pfopr.
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,
aoo.ooo; surplus, 100,000; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, 2,589,093;
S. II. Burnham, prcst; A. J. Saw.
yer, vice prest; II. S. Freeman,'
cashier; II. H. Evans, asst. cash.;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
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Skirts, 4c Cellars. 1 l-2c.
Nettilig Cheap but price. Work
Called for and delivered.
Agency at The Co-Op.
J. WILSON, Proprietor.
f ., E. & M. V. R'Y.
Best Line to
Of f Iciar BilletlB.
This column is devoted mainly u,
notlcca of the unlveralty. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leavo
them either at the executlvo ofllco, at
the ofllco of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should bo in by 6 p. m.
Any student who expects to take a
degree In February Ib requested to re
port nt the reglstrar'e ofllco. at once.
H. O. 8HEDD, Registrar.
Tho person who borrowed Howard's
Mosquito book from the entomology
department will please return It at
The1 booftV for the students In Ger
man chorus have been sent for and are
expected this week. The class will
meet at least one hour a week, prob
ably in the old chapel.
LEAVE YOUR ADDRESS.
Any student who has not left hiB
correct nddress at tho office, do so bo
fore Wodnosday. This is tho last call
for the Student Directory.
Tho Hird club will hold an important
mooting Thursday. Everybody invit
ed. R. A. WOLCOTT.
PERSHING OPEN DRILL.
The Pershing Rifles will hold an
open drill and spell-down on Thursday
night at 8 o'clock in the Armory Full
uniform will bo worn.
UNION LITERARY SOCIETY
Tho Unions will meet at Townsond's
Thursday at 2 o'clock. Picture for tho
Sombrero to be taken. Ho prompt.
Order of Committee
Tho mooting of tho University Latin
club which was to take place on Thurs
day night, has been postponed on ac
count of the Shedd benefit, in which
Home of the girls wore to take part,
until after the holiday vacation.
All juniors have their pictures taken
at Townsend'B before the holidays, as
the Sombrero can not accept them after
Call at tho Y. M. C. A. and got your
association tickets before leaving for
the holidays. These tickets are good
in any association in America, whether
college, city or railroad.
All those who have ordered gymna
sium suits please get them and wear
tho same at class. Any suit not satis
factory will be made so by calling at
the physical director's olbce.
Sophomores order caps "Immediately
from F. S. Harks or President Swoeloy.
Seniors will please have their pic
tures taken at Townsends us soon as
Senior Hook Commiti.ee.
The class of 1902 or the Lincoln high
school will hold a reunion meeting
next Saturday evening, December 20,
In the high school building. All are
urged to attend.
The Name "BOSTON!
GARTER" ! stamped
ion every loop.
Lies flat to the le never
Slips, Tears nor Unfastens.
BunpU pair, 8 Ilk Ma
Mined on rectipt of prle. "
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ooawm, mil., U.S.A.
'EVEflY PAIR WARRANTED-M!
Literal, $od Interlinear, $1.50. itoIs.
(.crirmn, I rrrtch, Italian, Spanish,
Latin, Grtek,9..uot and Si.oo.
Completely Parsed Caesar,
Book L HiiBonor page, initrlimar
translation, litfal (rannUiion, and
t y w T-i cemf'ttljr parsed. $1.50.
Comp'etrly ScumeJ and Taned Ae-
ncid, Boofc I. f, m Kra,l?Avytt,i;nn.
I LWD'J & NOBLE, P6b!fsK&
per Iiiliuu, N.Y. City.
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1 hno.liookt ef ail fuil jlit 1 at fine ttorg
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A new Co-e ha all(hlell tn town,
l' pl-cle?. U pUUI
1 .1 .1 . lo-Ijtr uUvr-aiade gown.U-pl-de-Ula I
1 he t.,y ate wilil, and ph? i, loo,
Vuu never aw iuch a )iulU-b.oo.
r iiouu. - U-pllee.Me.a I etc.
Her voice ii clear .11 a oarinr larV'i,
And her lt It like thme trolley-car tparktl
When 'i n a muddy treet she dlw,
I ho loy jll have conniption fits I
Tho turn of her head lurnt all nun, too,
I here'i always a ltrlfe to it In her pew ;
' I li enough t.i make a pa nop drunk.
To hear her ng old co-ca-chc-lunk I
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m and HRW words, catihy, np lolate, m many OP1
11 "1 1 1"" " 'he I"0"111' ot-" FAMILIAK TUNRS; bi. Tl '
..Uu. ,,,.,, rAiuMiitj, auu arso many NKWSONCS. iK
ff 80H0S OF ALL THB C0LLEGB8. IT
2 Cfl.rriim PrKt.-ffJO, postpaid. iwu. Mf.
MINDS A NOBLU, Pnbllhr, New York City. V
Schoolboeki of all fiublithcri at on it art. ft
SPALDING'S OFFIOIAL f'OOT BALL SUPPLIES
are used by all colleges and athletic clubs, because
they stand the test.
Spalding's Official Intercollegiate 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 $15.00.
Spalding's Official Foot Ball Guide for 1902. Price jo cents.
Spaldings Fall and Winter Sports Catalogue mailed free.
A. G. SRALDING & BROS.
BY CORKECT MECHANICAL
The New Century Typewrite
is direct in action, faultless in construc
tion and wholly satisfactory in operation.
BOOK OF THE NEW CENTURY MAILED FREE.
AMERICAN WUiriNG MACHINE CO., 415 So. 15ih Street, Omah$.
Via 6. & M. K. H.
To pointy f
within 2ffi M
Tho Sigma Chi'B have arranged a
bpb-aled party for this evening.
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;E. R- Bvwr. R- W. McGinnis,
G..-T, A: Gen'l Agt.
The registrar is compiling tho names
ajid addresses of all tho students for
miles of Lincoln on 15. & M. R. R;
SALE DATES, DECEMBER 24- AND 25, AND
31 AND JANUARY . RETURN LIMIT IANTJAR;
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