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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1903)
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We sell it.
127 South II Street.
NEWS FROM TOBIN.
Ex-Cornhuskor Tells of His Work
and of Life at Chicago.
Lincoln Tank Line
Successors to O. H. Man
Gasoline, Kerosene, Lubricating; Oil
125 No. 12th Street. Telephone 473
Clotad Carriage. Baggage. The finttt Llrcry lt
12SON Streot)rLtncoliit Nob."
Dr. Luckey's Good Work.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Floe Chocolates and Bon Bon of our own
-manufacture. Cheapest In the city.
CONFECTIONERY FOR PARTIES
1337 O Street.
J5J5 O Street. Phone 566.
100 rooniB best low-pritod house in city.
RATES $ i Per Day and Up
Up-to-Date Sixlu Fouiitiui)
11Q North lltPi Street.
Stelner-Woempener Drug Co.,
Phone 707 Lincoln. Neb.
Manufacturers of Steiner's Balsam
Rhubarb Gold Capsules, Pile Oure and
Oray'H Condition Powders.
Through the courtesy of a friend
we are permitted to publish the fol
lowing Interesting letter from John F.
Tobln. which ran not fall to Interest
his many friends and acquaintances In
Chicago. 111.. Oct. 3. 1903
My Dear Friend: 1 was pleased to
hear from yon and am always Interest
ed In anything pertaining to the Uni
versity. As you predicted, Newell El
liott was elected president, and I be
llee he will push class interest.
I see the copies of the "Dally and
am very much pleased that it Is com
ing out in good shape. The football
prospects are becoming more favorable
as the season advances and Nebraska
will no doubt, have a Btrong team again
this year, at least I hope so.
Well. I have been here about two
and a half weeks. We have leen pret
ty busy Inasmuch as we practice (or
had been practicing until school be
gan Thursday) twice daily, morning
and afternoon. We have played five
games and I have been In all of them.
I shall play against Indiana today. Chi
cago has a heavy schedule, Including
games with Purdue, Northwestern,
Wisconsin. Haskell Indians, VcBt
Point at West Point, and Michigan. In
addition to these are practice games
with Cornell College, and Hush Medical
College, which are to be played on
I think I shall like It here. I began
my work in the law school Thursday.
They are constructing a fine new law
building, which will be rendy some
time this spring. They are putting up
new buildings as rapidly as possible
They are Just completing one of the
best gymnasium buildings In the coun
try and another elegant Bt fixture
known as "The Men's Commons." The
athletic field Is large. We practice on
one gridiron and play on another.
The University grounds are very
large and beautiful, the grass being In
Everyone marvels at the very rapid
growth of this Institution and there Is
no doubt that It will be one of the
greatest universities in the world with
in a few years.
Gothic architect .ire Is used through
out, the buildings being built of stone.
The athletic men who are on the
training table sleep and eat In Hitch
cock Hall. John Koehler and I have
rooms together and we have everything
very pleasant. It Is convenient and
Hdlsable to have the members of the
teams together and conditions for car
ilng Into effe t this plan could not be
better than they are at this Institution.
There are a number of Nebraska
men her', including. "Hob" Harrison.
Hood, the baseball player. Dlcrks. a
bi other of the Dleiks who graduated
two ears ago. I.ongley, who Is taking
medic ine heie, and a number of oth
ers, whose names I do not recall There
arc several former University men at
woi k in the city.
The weather has been excellent, but
a little too warm for good football
work. .The autumns, say Chicago peo
ple, are very pleasant.
1 shall not take any more of your
time at present. (Jive my best wishes
to all of my many friends, and write
when It Is convenient. Again wishing
Nebraska success In all her undertak
ings, I am your friend.
University of Chlcugo.
anything yon invent or Improve ! !
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PROTECTION. Send model, sketch, or photo,
for free examination and advice.
BOOK OH PATENTS !-,&:
Patent Lawyers. WASHINGTON, D.C.
The official report of the child study
department of the national educational
association meeting held' at Boston
last summer, published In the Journal
of Childhood and Adolescence, contains
the following comment In regard to Dr.
"Great credit Is due Dr. Luchey for
the fine management of his program,
for the selection of the speakers and
the co-rclotlon of topics. Close con
tinuity wok observed In the selection
of themes, but each speaker Bpoke from
the view, jxjlnt of his own Individual
study. It was finely conceived for our
minds were held to one cent raj) thought
throughout the whole nrfiTa"m and not
dissipated as so often happens when
one listens to many speakers. You
will note the length of the program;
four papers followed, each by two per
sons In discussion, making twenty-four
speakers, who held us (continually to
the central thought: The child and his
development, yet with great variety of
subjects and with such marked changes
of personality that the program did not
"Dr. Luckey made an excellent pre
siding olllcer. He held the speakers
closely to time, yet he did It without
offense. President Stanley Hall. oh an
introduction to his own address, spoke
In most, complimentary terms of the
piogram he had listened to and said
he considered It an epoch-making event
in the history of the child study movement."
It Is To Shave
DM you cror think that ir t 'out n a
Shave, will booh pay for a pood razor?
We can fit your face
We have razors from $2.00 up
and every one Guaranteed.
"Thny mnt in thu darkened hallway,
HuNfiid, 'I'vo brought you roses,'
Hor answer wan irrovolant
She Haiti: 'How cold your nose, Jr. "'
No Mention was made of his beard,
because he used a MALL RAZOR.
Books and Stationery, 1123 O.
Mr. Hurry Shedd, University regis
trar, who has a year's leave of absence,
was in the city Monday. Mr. Shedd
was elected secretary of the Nebraska
commission to the St. IjOuIb exposition
last spring and obtained a leave of ab
sence to carry on secretarial work
for the board. After January l Mr.
Shedd will have a permanent ofllce In
St. Louis, and his arduous duties will
engage his entire attention" until the
close of the exposition.
Eat at the Eagle, 240 No. 10th.
Mrs. A. D. Smith. 2535 8 St., desires
one or two boarders, either ladies or
gentlemen. Everything modern.
Tennis Tournament Results.
In yesterday's play only a few
matches were played off. owing to the
wet weather. 'Mathewson won from
Raymond, O-l, l-2. Hlgglim won from
Hurkhart. (J-2, remainder of match de
faulted. Hoar won from Hlggins. G-2,
Today Cassady plays Fit, and the
winner meets Hoar.
Hoth plays Meier and the winner
meets Mat hew son.
Thursday the finals will be played
to decide the second place.
The class In American history -15
will discuss at Its meeting next Thurs
day "The Presidential Situation and
Pros pec t s." This question will be dis
cussed from both the republican and
democratic point of view and some In
teresting points will be brought out.
Another Important question that will
be discussed Is "Vice Presidential Pos
The executive office Is busy making
preparations for the publication of an
alumni list. This. Is the Mist one pub
lished since 1900 and will fill a much
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Every day from September 15th to
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Lincoln Transfer Co. liaggage.
I.eming's, ice cream and candy; 11th
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The Famous has a fine line of furs,
corsets, gloves and hosiery.
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
The Whltebreast Co., at HOG 0 St.,
is the place to buy coal.
Examination for voices for places on
the Glee club will be held this even
ing at 7:30 In U. 107.
MEETING of Debating Association,
Saturday, Oct. ""U), 11 a. in.. Unl. Hall.
Important business. O. A. Iee, Pres.
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Rhave 10c: neck shave, free. Eldora
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Marshland and Richards, hair-cu'.-tlng
a specialty; massage, shaving, etc.
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