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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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noticou of tho unlvoralty. All depart
ment and student organizations hav
ing notices to publish should leave
tliom either at tho oxecntlvo office, at
tho ofllco of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with tho paper. All
announcements should be In by 6 p. m.
MIbh Hcrron will offer next semes
ter a now course. Labor Problems. It
is open to all students who have taken
course 1. Tho class will meet Tues
days and Thursdays at 3 o'clock.
Tho following courses In American
history may bo entered the second se
mester Courses 6 and 3Ga, Mr. Cook;
course 2, Mr. Aylsworth; courses 2 and
8, Mr Porslngor, course 24. Judge
Pound, course 40, Professor Caldwell
Students may enter tho College of
Medicine tho second semester 1-egln-nlng
February 2, U03.
From the Factorv
to your Head.
GLEE CLUB NOTICE.
Tho Gleo Club wll moet tonight at
the usual place at 7 p. m Notice change
of hour Other important matters.
C. L. Dean, Instructor In mechan
ical engineering, will offer the follow
ing new courses next semester: Mcch.
Eng. 2G. Air brakes In Theory and
Praitice, Mech. Eng. 28. Locomotlvo
Design; Mech Eng. 30. Railway
Equipment For further particulars
regarding those courses see Professor
Rlt hards or Mr Dean.
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The treasurer of the Graduate Club
wishes to call the attention of the
members to the fact that tho annual
assessment for 1902-'03 is now due. In
order to expedite collections an assist
ant treasurer has beon appointed for
each of the buildings, namely, Pror.
Paul Grumman, University hall, Or.
T. L. Bolton, library; Mr H. S
Evans, Mechanic Arts; Dr Geo Con
dra, Nebraska hall; Miss Mary L.
Fosslor. Chemical Laboratory, Miss
Rachael Corr. Experiment Station.
R S. HILTNER.
Tho Palladlans and Dollans are go
ing to play basket ball next Fiiday
The University will bo In evidence
at the reception to be given Hon D. E
Thompson next Thursday.
The class In political economy 1 will
meet In the art room In the library
next Wednesday Instead of the chapel,
where It has met during the art exhibition
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Miss Howell has Issued Invitations to
the younger members of tho faculty
for an "At Home," Wednesday evening,
to meet Miss Puffer and Miss Roundy.
A new Co-cd hat alk-hted In town. '
V plI. U .fUI Uy
In ii ii-to-latcM tillor made uown.U pl-de l-la I fv
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There will be no gymnasium classes
this week on account of the Farmers'
Agricultural Exhibit to be held in the
Armory. Every student Bhould attend
this and see Nebraska's fine exhibit
Friday afternoon the Alumni Girls'
basket ball team played the High
suhool in tho gymnasium of the new
High School building. The score was
25 to 15 in favor of the latter, although
the Alumni did some very good play
ing. There was a good attendance of
High School 8tu.deij.ts, present and for
mer, as well as several outsiders.
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