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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1903)
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Local and Personal
Wednesday, Feb. 11. Junior-Senior
debate, Memorial hall.
February 13. Phi Delta Theta party,
Friday, Fob. 13. Phi Delta Theta
dancing party at Walsh hall.
Friday, Feb. 13. University Club
Dance, Fraternity hall.
Feb. 14-16. 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;
"Some Questions That Have Yet to
February 20. Alpha Theta Chi par
ty, Walsh hall.
Saturday, Feb. 21. Glee Club con
cert, Memorial hall.
March 13. Company B hop, Frater
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samples, etc upon request.
Anyone sending a sket&h and description may
inlcklr fijoertaln our oololon free whether an
Inrenuon U probably patentable. Commttnlca
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sent free. Oldest agency for aeenrinffpatents.
Patenta taken throush Mnnn A Co. recelrs
special notice, without chant, la the
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Saturday "2" o'clock.
Oliver Theater Pharmacy.
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street
Dr. Bentz, Dentist, Eleventh and 0.
Lieut. Charlea W. Weeks, flto, and
Mrs. Weeks (Jennie B. Gullo, '97) de
parted a week ago for the Philip
pines, where Mr. Weeks Is stationed
with the army.
The graduato faculty met last night
to pass upon those students who ex
pect to graduate at the mld-wlntor
commencement The fates have mado
their final decision and students will
soon learn what awaits them.
Alfred B. Lyon, academic '97 and law
'01, wrlteB for tho University paper
from Mexico. Since his graduation
Mr. Lyon has traveled considerably
about the southern and southwestern
parts of the United States, and has ac
cumulated a largo amount of Inter
esting matorlal. a little portion of
this was given his University friends
in the form of a talk on the negro
question before Professor Caldwell's
classes In the spring of 1901. More
of It The NebraBkan hopes to havo be
fore long In the Bhape of a letter from
him on Mexican life and manners.
' anything' yon Invent or Improve j also treti
! CAVEAT JHAOE.MARK, COPYRIGHT or DESllN
PROTECTION, Bend model, sketch, or photo.;
1 for free examination and advice.
BOOK ON PATENTS rrV.
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Patent Lawyers. WAS H I N QTO N , D .C . )l
For any case of Pilos that
Ernsa foils to Onro. Tho only
non-poisonous Pilo Onro.
Sprague Drug Co., Lincoln, Neb.
The Colorado Game.
Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and O.
U. N. books closing out at Osborn'B
old book store.
Closing out of U. N. books at Os
born's old book store.
Let the Lincoln Transfer Co.
your trunks. 'Phono 176.
Dr. Kotchum, Oculist, Richards blk.
Qlas8es fitted and guaranteed.
Save by getting books while they
laBt at Osborn'B old book store.
Miss Alice Sparks has been confined
to her room this week by the grip.
The R. & C. barber shop, 1144 O St.
Seven chairs. Tho finest In the city.
Full lino Manufacturers' Sample
Shoes at half price. Webster & Rogers.
Miss Florence Huntington Is among
thOBe absent this week on account of
Fred W. Park, who discontinued his
studies In tho university last fall, has
returned for some post-graduate work
In American history.
Steckelberg-Hoover concert at the
First Baptist church, Friday evening,
Feb. 13. Admission GO cents, stu
dents' tickets 25 cents.
Prof. Caldwell will address a meet
ing of tho Q. A. R. post at Kenesaw
next Thursday evening, on the sub
ject of the "Causes and Results of the
Dean Sherman contributes to the
Ohio Teacher an articleon his book,
"What is Shakespeare," which has
beea adopted by the Ohio State
A work entitled- "The Morton his
tory of Nebraska" Is being compiled
by Mr. Albert Watklns of the Histori
cal Sqclety. He is at present engaged
in an- Investigation of the proposed,
sqcpsslon of southern Nebraska from
the North Platte country in 1859, and
its Intended union with Kansas.
Colo. Springs, Feb. 12tb.
Special Correspondence to Tho Ne
braska Nebraska once more carried
her banner victoriously at the Temple
theatre, Colorado Springs. The lodal
team was clearly outclassed. They
showed lack of practice and experi
ence. The game was very slow, owing I
partly to this, and partly to the slip
pery floor. The attendance was about
130, but their cheers did not avail
much. The game was striking by Its
entire absence of rough play. Tho
feature of the game was Eliott's goal
throwing. Benedict made a sensation
by throwing a goal almost across the
field. Tho team is standing the trip
splendidly, and the altitude seems to
make them play all the better. No
one seems to get any satisfaction from
the answer to the question whether
the altitude affects them or not. The
team is confident of beating Bouldor,
which tenm Is considered the best In
the state. Between halves tho college
quartet rendered two fine selections.
Everybody was well pleased with the
game and could not help but express
their admiration at the way In which
our boys handled the ball in catching
and passing. The line-up:
Colorado. Poa. Goals. Fouls.
Mead : G 1
Churchill F 2 5
Referee: Professor Stillwell.
Umpires: Baker and Newton.
Score: 37 to 11.
Trackmen, Attention. AH men who
Intend to try for the track team are
requested to come to the gym today
at 4 o'clock for preliminary work.
This is important Come out
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Columbia National Bank
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J. H. Wescott, Vlce-Preeideni
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P. L. Hal, Cashier
"W. B. Ryons, Aast. Cashier
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