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BARBER SHOPS Oroon, Shannon.
BATHS ChrlB' Placo.
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CIGARS Powell, LlndBoy.
CLOTHING Unland, Magco & Doemer,
B. L: Paine, Armstrong. -
COAL-Gregory, DIorkB, Whltobrcast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lomlng, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DAIRY Franklin, Lemlng.
DRUGGIST Stolner, Woempnoiv-Roc-
tor, Brown, Rlggs.
DKV GOODS Miller & Paine.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall Bros.
HOTELS Llndell, JWalton.
NOVELTI ES Thorpe)
OIL GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
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Paint Co., Kostka.
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PRINTING, Grimn Greer, New Con-
tury, Ivy Press, Review.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Unlquo,
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
SHOE REPAIRINCh-r--BlUG -Front Shop.
SUITORIUM Weber, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead.
The dramatic club will organlzo soon.
ha Medics on the University gridiron
The first and second year glasses In
olocutlon aro unusually large.
- Gharles-MHler-is visiting at his homo
In South Omaha. He will return Monday.
Sigma Chi held an Informal smoker
Wednesday evening at the chaptor
Cleo Howard and Otis Nassler of
Pawnee City leave today to append Sun
dayo"t homo.,, ' '
Dr. L. N. Robinson of Central City,
was the guost of his son Ralph, '07, on
Miss Patricia Naughton, '04, goes to
her home In Omaha today on business.
Sho will return Monday.
Tho Froshman law class numbers
eighty-two. Nino of theso mon aro In
tho six-year course.
A. J. Pepporberg, '02, is wosklne In
Now York City under tho dlrectlonof
Thomas A. Edison.
Tho electrical engineering dopart
mont has placed tho lights in tho law
library In working order.
J. W. Dorwart, who assisted in tho
chomllstry storeroom two years ago,
has entered tho dental school.
Some additional copies of "Thayer's
Gases" In constitutional law, have been
ordered by tho law department, but
havo noLetbeen received.
Laundry Club at the Co-Op.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe.
Burt's Sultorlum press ano clean
clotheH. 'Phone 47. 1231 C8t.
The R. and C. barber shop, Palmer's
Place. 1144 O St. ,
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For want of shelf room in tho chem
ical library some new books had to
bo retained In the main library.
MIssHansena graduateBtudent, has
returned to school again, and Is now
registered In tho medical college.
Mr. J. Carlyle,-tho greenhouse over
seer, has gone to Falrbury, Nob., for
a few weeks on account of sickness.
Wo understand tho University of
Pennsylvania, Cornell and Columbia
havo formed a triangle debatlng-loaio.
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tlons strictly ooutldoiituU, HANDBOOK011 Patent
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Patent takou throukh Mann A Co. recelrc
tpttUU notice, without cname. In the
A handsomely lllnstratld weekly,
culatton of any sclcnllno lournal
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Bold by all newsdealers.
Tar four months. IL
MUNN Co.l''a-" New York
erases oaoo, too v ai wasningio w. v.
Jas. Vavra, who was specializing in
qhomlstry horo last year, Is sugar
chemlBt In tho sugar factory at Long
Chi Omega held Initiation Wednes-
tlay frlg-Irti; M4BB8B. Mary Brookings,
Mildred Clark, Reno Woodruff and
Mary Craig woro Initiated.
Many studonts who registered for tho
course In metalltrrgy were unable to
take It on account of Insufflcjont prep
aration In advanced chemistry.
Tho students In tho course known as
botanical physiology are performing
experiments in tho greenhouse. This
class Is in charge of Professor Heald.
Wr. Johnson writes from Tuskogeo,
Ala., that ho Is not entirely satisfied
with his position as teacher in tho In
stitute thoro and may return 16 tho
The University of Chicago
Medicine I Theology
Law and I Education
Each has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
- US?" The courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
Tke University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
fiif)i (nfnrnot lino ItAnn mnnlfAortl
Tti the Y. W. C. A. noon-day song
service and' prayer meeting, the aver
age attendance being between forty
and fiftyr"TInnnootlng8 ar.o-rjnly- for
10 minutes, from 12:20 to l2:q0. All
University womoh aro welcome. The
room will hold more.
The weather bureau reports fair wea
ther for tocjay., probably a trifle colder.
Yesterday the baromoter registered ex
ceedingly low, but today it has been
steadily rising. Heavy rains, aro
ported,ln Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The Chemical Journal club will meet
Saturday at 10:30 a. m., In room 4,
The following will report on the dif
ferent chemical journals: Mr. Jacob
son, Dr. Dales, Miss M. L. r'ossler and
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