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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1903)
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the DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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-
The first National Bank
of Lincoln, Nebraska. Capital,
$200,000; surplus, $ioo,ooo; pro
fits, $18,319; deposits, $2,589,093;
b. H. Burnharo, prest; A. J. Saw.
y&& vjice-prest; H. S. Freeman,
cashier; II. B. Evans, asst. cash.;
Frank Parks, asst. cash. United
One llllilp lie Restaurant
Just Opened at
214 South 12th Street.
S udents' patronage solicited.
MRS. L. V. ARNOLD.
Office Phone L 1021.
Residence Phone, L925.
This column is devoted mainly to
notices of the university. All depart
ments and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave
them cither at the executlvo office, at
the office of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the paper. All
announcements should be In by G p. m.
A picture of Company D will be taken
for the Sombrero nex Friday night.
All members are requested to be present.
FRESHMAN M FETING.
Important meeting of the Freshman
class Thursday in U. 201! at 10 n. m.
C. W. M. POYNTER, M. D.
1222 O Sirii 1 .
Residence 349 So. 27th Street.
STUDENTS' BARBER SHOP
John Marshall has been the
Students' favorite bai ber for eight
years. Now with
MARSHALL & RICHARDS,
139 So. 13th Street.
INTERCOLLEGIATE BUREAU OF
00TRELL & LEONARD, Albany, N. Y
GOWNS and HOODS
to Univ. of Nebraska.
Univ. of Minnesota,
Univ. of Chicago,
Univ. of Omaha, Cor
nell, Yalo, Harvard,
'Stanford, U. of P.,
Woloaley, Byrn Mawr and the others.
Illustrated bulletin, Bamples, oto , upon
From the Factorv
to your Head.
Students may enter the College of
Medicine the second semester begin
ning February 2, liiO.'l
The programs are out for the twenty
fifth animal meeting of the Nebraska
State Historhal society, which will be
held at H o'clock p. in. on January 13
and M in Memorial hall, of the university.
The Senior pictures must be taken at
Townsend's by January 15ith.
Because of rush of work at Town
send's before Christmas, this week will
be allowed Juniors to have their pic
tures taken. Saturday will be the last
Miss I'enrle V( ad lias been elected
assistant principal of the Neligh
It is reported that Cm h Stagg of
Chicago is going to try to arrange a
football game for next season with
some big eastern eleven
Florence Hale, of University Place;
Carrl "nd, of Aurora, Sadie Llvit
yer, of Tenis, la.; Florence A. Click,
of "Firth, have registered for music'
Miss Josie Lansing, of Omaha, has
registered in the University School of
Music. She is a sister of Robert Lans
ing, a former student in the university.
Mr. Teach has been elected principal
of the David City high school. He be
gan bis labors in that city yesterday
Mr. Teach will receive his degree In
Sagasta Long in Harness.
Senor Sagasta, so long Spain's
prime minister, and well entitled to
bo called her "grand old man," Is
now nearly 80 years old. He began
his career as a newspaper reporter.
At Intervals since he wont Into poli
tics he has resumed his original oc
cupation as a newspaper correspond
ent, but his country has had too ur
gent need of his services to allow him
to follow hlB favorite occupation for
any great length of time. To him,
quite as much as to the queen regent,
belongs the credit of having preserved
the SpanlBh throne from overthrow In
At Harvard a feature of the year is
the annual meeting for the announce
ment of prizes won by students. For
mer Secretary of the Navy John D.
Long was the orator at the recent
meeting held in Sander's theatre. Dis
tinguished alumni joined with under
graduates In congratulating the prize
Mr. Sheldon has just returned from
a trip to Chadron and vicinity, where
he received many interesting things
for the historical department. Among
the novelties which he brought back
is a "Census of the Sioux and Chey
enne Indians of Pine Ridge Agency,
South Dakota." This consists of 144
pages of type-written names first given
in their Indian form and then In Eng
lish, together with the sex andjige of
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(Denial Department ot Like Porett University.)
Twentieth Annual Course
of instruction will borln nbont Oct. 1st,
11)01, oiiUuiK about May lt, 1902
l'nr rnlnlniMin iMvmir full information
roRaiciiiiK oourso and for dosenptivo book-
Thhulli1ln(hlng iwclallr (UiI(iimI forrt.nUl Initructlon tha DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY,DOQn,
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"A Tost In Pronunciation" winch aTonls a plcaiant and in
6tructi e evening's entertainment. IlluMratcd pnmnhlct also free.
WEBSTER'S 1 G. S C. MERRIAM CO.. Sorlnnflcld. Mttaa.
-3 isifc hi srii1 iT i " t i ii i 'W I
f Dental Surgery
(Dentil Department ol Lake Porett Unlvertlty.)
The Twentieth Annual Course
of instruction will tagin about October 1st,
1901, ending about May lBt, 1902. Tliroo full
winter coursos of locturos nro required beforo
graduation. Interaction comnlnto In every
dotnil. Clinical material ubviudunt. Co lingo
building and oquipmont offer unsurpnbsod
facilities to tlio dental student. For nu
nouueomout and descriptivo booklet address
DR. TRUMAN W. BROPHY, Dean. Wood &. Harrison Sts., CHICAGO.
LDING'S OFFICIAL FOOT BALL SUPPLIES
are used K" 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 10 cents.
Spaldings Fall and Winter Sports Catalogue mailed free.
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P. W. Penoon, '.02, who is now locat
ed In Arkansas, was a recent visitor at
the university. He nas a half owner
shir) In a cotton and flour mill In that
state, and reports a sucessful business.
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