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LIVERY BAGGAGE AND CAB LINE
CARRIAGES FOR PARTIES
Barn 1125-1131 P St. Phone 550
Palace Dining Hall
The largest and best equipped eating house
in the city. ..Furnished rooms in connection
DELL B. COOPER, MYRA HART,
XJ30 N Street Lincoln, Neb.
The principal could write a volume
on the trials Incident to the sickness
and poor work of students. Fully one
half of the time he gives to the Acad
emy Is devoted to these cases. The
way In which parents shift upon a
stranger the responsibility for children
whom they have failed to govern Is not
only trylg, but pitiful.
WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Co,
& 12lh & M Sls- LINCOLN, NEB.
If Genuine Gas Coke
l $9.00 per ton
R Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co.
M?. 1323 0 St.
At all price and guaranteed to be the loweat.
Of all make, and sold at prtcea at which othera dare
THE WITTMANN COMPANY,
211-213 South Eleventh Street.
OF ACADEMIC COSTUME
Cottrcll 5 Leonard, Albany, N. Y.
Makers of the Caps,
Gowns and Hoods to
University of Ne
braska, University of
sity of Chicago, Uni
versity of Omaha,
Cornell, Yale, Har
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f; Welesley, Bryn
Mawr, and the others. Illustrated bulletin,
samples, etc., upon request.
Edited by J. E. Sullivan
ath 1 e t ei.
The only alma
a complete list
list of Champions.
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For sale by all newsdealers and
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago. Denver, Baltimore,
Spalding's complete catalogue of Athletic Sports
sent free to any address
night np. ubuqI.
club meets Friday
The Academy people are again enjoy
ing their electric bellB, which have
been on a strike for several weeks.
Miss Eleanor Barbour, who was
provented by severe lllneBS from at
tending laBt semester, has returned to
her work trig semester.
Margaret Wharton, Grace Stewart,
Elmer Johnson, Charles Stewart, Glenn
Harvey and A. B. Allen have either
but recently returned from more or less
protracted periods of Illness, or are
still confined to the house. Grip Is the
prevalent dlseaso and has sadly Inter
fered with class work during the last
month. Fortunately, however, not a
teacher has been detained from a reci
tation during the year.
The midget tpnm of the University
will play the Academy girls Saturday
afternoon. Tho Academy team regrets
the probable absence of several of its
star players on account of sickness.
The severe Btraln that Miss Edna
Baker sustained during practice some
weol8 ago may possibly further weaken
the team by her absence. However, a
sharp gamo is hoped for and will be
witnessed only by the mothers and
other friends of the girls. Not a man
will be allowed.
Missouri Fellowships Open.
The executive offlco Is In receipt of
tho following communication from the
University .of Missouri, which may In
terest students intending to apply for
Columbia, Mo., Feb. 16, 1903.
Dear Sir Tho University of Missouri
will offer for tho next academic year
a number of fellowships yielding sti
pends of $200. This sum will nearly
pay a Btudent's necessary expenses in
Columbia. These fellowships will be
assigned to tho applicants who are of
highest promise in scholarship Irre
spective of the lines of work they may
desire to pursue. It Is expected that
follows will bo prepared for graduate
work and that they will devote them
selves malily to work In one depart
ment They will do no teaching, but
may bo called upon to render a limited
amount of service to the University In
other wayB. Will you kindly bring this
matter to the attention of sudh stu
dents In your institution as you con
sider qualified for these fellowships.
Applications should be on file here not
later than April 1. Application blanks
and catalogues of tho University may
be had on application to the under
signed. Yours very truly,
Chairman Committee on Graduate Degrees.
To many points In the states of Cali
fornia, Oregon and Washington.
The Union Pacific will sell One-way
Colonist Tickets at the following rates
from Missouri river terminals:
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and many other Colifornla points.
Tickets on sale Feb. 15 to June 15, 1903.
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. ,
$20.00 to Butte, Anaconda and
to Spokane and Wanatchee,
Everett, Falrhaven and
via Huntington and
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and
$25.00 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eugene,
Albany and Salem, via Portland.
Tickets on sale Feb. 15 to April 30,
From Chicago and St. Louis propor
tionately low rates are In effect by
lines connecting with the Union Pa
cific to all above points.
For full information call on or ad
dress E. B. SLOSSON.
A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 O,
M. S. U. Independent Recently the'
council of tho University passed a lot
of rules to prevent cheating. This is
not surprising. If all the faculty and
student rules wore published they
would no doubt till eight or ten large
volumes. The practice hero Is make
rules and not enforpo them.
Dr. Ketchum, Oculist, Richards bile.
Glasses fitted and guaranteed.
Flegenbaum's Pharmacy, 13th and O.
There once was a gallant young Sioux
Whioux thousands of enemies slioux
In a barbarous way,
Till I'm happy to say
Ho longed for a change from the strife
And I truly can't blame him, can
So this gallant, progressive young
A great bushy head of hair grloux;
Went down to Carlisle,
Played football awhisle,
And learned to slay folks In an elegant
Just as civilized warriors dioux!
LOST. Ono Casseirs largo French,
dictionary, and ono black leather cov
ered Hill's pocket edition French dic
tionary. Finder please return to Ne
SOMBRERO NOTICE. All persona
who wish to put in tho Sombrero mat
ter of any kind whatever muBt havo
same In tho hands of the editor by
Saturday, March 7.
AXiL students who are expecting to
become candidates for the University
teachers' certificate In June should con
sult with the head of the department
of education regarding their work
within The next two weeks.
LOCKERS Number 3, 5, 8, 12, 15, 16,'
17, 27, 32, 35, 36, 44, 50, 55, 56, 58, 59,
Gl, 81, 88 and 95 are not accounted for
In list In Physical Director's office. If
these lockers are not accounted for
before 6 p. m. Friday, MaTch 6th, the
locks will be cut off. R. G. Clapp.
Y. W. C. A. Tho annual business
meeting of the Young Women's Chris
tian Association for the election of offi
cers will be held In tho old chapel Tues
day, March 10, at 5 p. m. It is Impor
tant that every member be present.
Anna Van Zandt, Vice-President.
SENIORS. The committee on Invi
tation and programs of the senior
class desire tat those who have de
signs to offer hand them to the com
mittee at once, as it is necessary to.
como to some decision in order that we
may not be lato In getting out our
We can show you tho swellest line
of hats for spring wear you have ever
seen in Lincoln. Paine's Clothing
JUNIORS. Because of mistakes In
personal sketches and because some
sketches are lacking, each Junior who
had his picture taken for tho Sombrero
Is requested to fill out a blank. Theso
blanks can be had In tho hall of the
library building Wednesday from 10
to 10:30, and from 11:20 to 12, and on
Thursday at the same hours.
Dr. Bontz, Dentist, Eleventh and O. -
IS KNOWN AS
1 he Overland foute
AND IS THE ONLY DIRECT
LINE TO ALL PRINCIPAL
WESTERN POINTS. v9 V ? V
THE UNION PACIFIC IS
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278 miles shorter to .
278 miles shorter to
358 miles shorter to
Sa.lt Lake City
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. . . Portland
12 hours quicker to So.lt Lake City
16 hours quicker to Stun Francisco
16 hours quicker to . . . Los Angeles
16 hours quicker to Portland
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