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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1903)
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Local and Personal
Friday, Feb. 6, Junior Prom, Lin
Wednesday, Feb. 11. Junior-Senior
debate, Memorial hall.
February 13. Phi Delta Tbeta party,
March 13. Company B hop, Frater
Friday, Feb. 13. University Club
Dance, Fraternity ball.
Feb. 14-10. Midwinter Commence
ment. Sat., Feb. 14. Sigma Xi banquet.
Mon., Feb. 16. Regular Charter Day
exercises, Memorial hall, 8 p. m. Ad
dress by Gov. Cummins, of Iowa:
"Somo Questions That Have Yet to
February 20. Alpha Theta Chi par
ty, Walsh hall.
Saturday, Feb. 21. Glee Club con
cert. Memorial hall.
Saturday "2" o'clock.
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street
Bat at Hendry's, 129 North Blevonth.
C. E. Brown, Dentist. Burr block.
Dr. Bentz, DentlBt, Eleventh and O.
Flegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and 0.
U. N. books closing out 'at Osborn's
old book store. - ' ' v
Closing out of U. N. books at Os
born's old book Btore.
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co.
your trunks. 'Phone 176.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist, Richard blk.
Glasses fitted and guaranteed.
Save by . getting1 books while they
last at Osborn's old book Btore.
The R. & 0, bartier shop, 1144 O St.
Seven chairs'. The finest in tho city.
Full line Manufacturers' Sample
Shoes at half price. Webster & Rogers.
Norris Huso loft Wednesday for a
few dayB visit at Mb homo In Norfolk.
Llttlb Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafe, 117 North 13th St.
We have a largo student patronage.
Florence L. Booso has completed her
course and gone t;o her home In Falls
Charles' HlgglnB, of the Minnesota
chapter, -was - a 'visitor at the Beta
house Wednesday evening.
The meeting of tho English Club has
been postponed from next Saturday
evening t.0' Fobruary 14th.
CapTX HTarney, o company D
hafpb$en. corittned to Ma room for the'
past tew. days with the grip.
Ralph Ray writes for his Nebraskan
frota- North Platte, whete, he Bays, he
is 'more or less temporarily located."
C. H. Larson, '02, is engaged In some
interesting engineering work on the
1tansaBCity and Southern railway at
Mr. F. A.4la"nley, '89, chief engineer
of the Union Pacific Coal company.
Rock Springs, Colo., has" realgnedto
take up the practice of hydraulic and
mining engineering in Idaho.
G. A. Johnson, who has comploted
his course in tho University, will leave
tomorrow for a vlBit at his home in
Oakland. Ho will return to Lincoln
for the mid-winter commencement.
The young women of tho University
are cordially Invited to hear Mrs. J. D.
Tuttle's talk on "Bible Study," given
before tho Y. W. C. A. In Union hall
next Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Professor Caldwoll will address a
meeting of tho Young People's MTb
slonary Society of the Christian
church this evonlng. His subject will
be "A Discussion of tho Nogro Prob
lem." The compulsory arbitration squad
mot yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
in L. 311 and discussed the situation.
The dobaters aro getting down to work
again after a few days' rest following
tho preliminaries of last week-
MiB8 Margaret Qontraman has se
cured a position teaching at her homo
in Weeping Water and will bo at tho
University only on Saturdays. By thus
utilizing her Saturdays, Miss Contra
man will complete her course In Juno
and graduate with the class of '03.
The following men failed to keep
their appointment at Physical Direc
tor's office. They will pleaso make an
othor data, at once; A, B- Hitc.hm.an,
J. W. Dorrington, S. M. Chase, Geo.
Shldler, G. P'. Greenwald, Chas. Lus
sen, E. L. Tlllotson, C. L. Morse.
W. F. H.
Dr. Guernsey Jones, of tho European
History department, Is writing a
series of articles on European History
for tho International Encyclopedia,
which Is now In print. Tho last copy
furnished dealt with tho reigns of
Henry VII. and Henry VIII. of Eng
land. Some new apparatus has recently
been received by tho Electrical En
gineering department. The new alter
nating current vpltmetor and new
Weston ammeter aro of the.latest and
most approved patterns and aro high
ly commended by Professor Morso and
The Eloctrical Engineering students
are greatly benefited by the addition
of two hours to tho course in Physics
4. This addition is Intended to give
those taking the eloctrical engineering
course a better conception of the fun
damental principles of magnetism and
About fifteen men reported in the
gymnasium yesterday at 4 p. m. for
entrance In the athletic events for
Charter Day. The shpt-put, rope
climb, high Jump and bar vault were
practiced yesterday. Every "man with
ability in this line is urged to como
out and help make a showing for the
athletic department on this day.
Tho football lockers were assigned
to 'the .baseball men yesterday. Sev
eral men wcre out for battery prac
tice. THE PEDAGOGUES.
Interesting Session of the Peda
gogical Club. ' :".,.'
A practical talk by President AJJen,
of the Lincoln school board on "Some
Characteristics WMch Inflince the
Board In Employing Teachers" was
given before- tho University Pedagogi
cal. Club last night Mr. Allen said in
The teacher's personality Is an im-
portant element in successful school
It Is essential that tho teacher
should work in hnrmony with all with
whom he has relations. Tho school
system has to freo Itself from somo
teachers of otherwise splendid quali
fications because of their lack of this
requisite. The board avoids a teacher
of the egotistic type. Such a teacher
cannot co-operato fully and makes
himself and others miserable over pet
ty details and annoyances. Tho board
does not like to havo a teacher talk
too much about his qualifications or
Insist too much on a certain assign
ment. This leads to misunderstand
ings. Again, It is best to accept tho
board's decision as final and to give It
credit for honesty in judging. Teach
ers ought, through personal appeai
ance and'even temper, to utilize all the
influence of which they aro capable.
Tho final point was that the teacher,
should make a sensible use of the so
About fifteen meet reported In tho
professional and neglect other ele
ments which go to make up a well
Contest Between the Classes
next Wednesday Evening.
Tho long-contemplated Senior-Jun
ior debate will occur on Wednesday
evening, February 11th, in tho old
chapel. The following question will
be discussed :
"Resolved, That publicity, through
state commissions, of the assets and
liabilities and profits of corporations
and the so-called trusts would bo an
effective remedy for the alleged evils
of over-capitalization, monopoly prices
nnd defrauding of Investors."
The Juniors will have the affirma
tive of the question and will be repre
sented by Lewis, Ryner and Johnson.
The Seniors will be represented on the
negative- by Black, Strayer and Nor
ton. The judges have not all been se
lected as yet. Admission will bo ten
The idea of "holding inter-class de
bates is one of the new features of the
University and, Judging by the inter
est that has been shown in the differ
ent classes, tho contest will be well
Such class contentions tend to weld
classes together and overcome a part
of the looseness that results from the
elective system. The Senior and
Junior classes have been at swords'
points, so to speak, the entire year.
The lnter-claBS basket-ball champion
ship game was felt to He between these
two classes, before the game was
played. Such did not prove to be the
case. However, the feeling that the
game aroused is sufficient to show
that there is spirit in both classes.
And with such spirit behind an intel
lectual contest there is sure to be
"something doing" next Wednesday
night. The debater is one of the series
of debates that was arranged at the
beginning of the debating season, the
tickets for which sold, at 35 cents.
Other class contests will' follow and
the championship will be established.
Sold only by Harley
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Last Night's Session of th6 Med
Tho Medical Society held its first
meeting of the semester last night and
elected officers for tho romaindor of
the year. The meeting was a business
session merely and no program was
carried out. Tho following officers
wore olected: President, B. W. Rowo;
vico-presldont, J. R. Hargor; secre
tary, Miss Farnsworth; treasurer, L.
For any caso of Piles that
Ernsa falls to Onro. Tho only
non-poisonous Pile Onro.
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E. J. FRANCIS,
Successor to Francis Bros., Propr.
I2i North Hth Street.
Columbia National Bank
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
John B. Wright, President
J..H. Vescott, Vice-President
Joe Samudw,2d Vice-President
P. L. HifcMhler
W. B. Ryons, Asst. Cashier
Dr. J. R. HAZARD"
'Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
of females and rectal diseases
Rooms 2 12 to 21 4 Richard Block. Resi
dence 13 10 C Street. Offlcx Telephone
635. Residence Telephone L 984.
Billiard and Pool JParlor
NO SALOON ATTACHED
Tables newly covered
Powell's, 146 North llth St.
Phone L 664
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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Capital $200,000; Surplus $100,000;
Profits $18,319; Deposits $2,598,093
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A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President
H. S. Freeman, Cashier
H. B. Evans, Assistant Cashier
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