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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1903)
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The Vikings gave an Informal danc
ing party Thursday evening at Walsh
hall. Just the right sized crowd, some
twenty couples. Walt's orchestra, Jlm
mio Van Berg, master of ceremonies;
Wld Kimball, charge d'refreshments,
and pretty decorations all conduced to
o delightful evening.
The Armory was the scene of anoth
er enjoyable Band Informal Inst even
ing. The usual good music was pro
vided. The floor was much better
Every Loyal University Student
19 Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to lyiention the Paper
While Doing So.
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBER SHOP Palace. R. & C.
Shannon. Marshall & Richards.
BATHS Chris' Place.
BICYCLES, ATHLETIC GOODS Sam
Hall, Sidles, Oirard.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op, Brown, University Book Store.
CIGARS Powell, Llnclsey, Clarey, Fo-
CLOTHINC Unland, Magee & Deemer,
B. L. Paine, Armstrong, Toggery.
COAL Gregory, Dlerks, Whitebreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Leming, Maxwell,
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
DAIRY Franklin, Leming.
DRUGGIST Steiner, Woempner. Rec
tor, Briwn, Rlggs, Wright.
DRY GOODS Miller & Poine.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
EXPRFSgc-Lincoln Local, Lincoln
TLORISTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall, Rudge & Guenzel.
HOTELS Lindell, Walton.
JEWELERS Tucker, Richards.
NIGHT SCHOOL Modern Commer
cial. NOVELTIES Thorpe.
OIL & GASOLINE Lincoln Tank Line.
PAINT & GLASS Western QlasB &
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Griffln Greer, New Cen
tury, Ivy Press, Review Press.
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Unique,
Don Cameron, Good Health.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
son, Anderson, Cincinnati Shoe,
Cincinnati Shoo Store.
SHOE REPAIRING Blue Front Shop.
MANDOLIN & GUITAR INSTRUC
TION Mrs. Roy M. Rhone, 1332 J.
SUITORIUM Weber, Burt's.
TAILORS Unland. Bumstead,, Lud-
than that of two weeks ago, and will,
with a little more use, doubtless be bet
ter for dancing that that of the gymnasium.
0. G. Home, '01, who has held a po
sition as reporter on the Lincoln Star
since his graduation, has gone to Des
Moines, la., to accept a better position
with a paper at that place. Home is
a member of Sigma Chi.
Iota chapter of the medical fratcrnl
tl, Phi Rho Sigma, was established thh
week in the Hnherslty, with Mcssri.
Coats Allen, Walker, Ware, Potts od
Arnold as charter members.
MIps 1 indley and JVlr. Ray Dudley
entertain the members of Kappa Kappa
Gamma and Sigma Alpha Epstlon to
night at their home.
Frank Richards, '03, has been elected
principal at Franklin, Neb. He will
take up his work the first of the year.
Misse3 Wilson and Burllngatne en
tertained DrB Barnes and Bolton last
penlng at a chafing dish repast.
The Freshman Hop, to have been
iiehl December 18, has been postponed
until some time in January.
Melick's Stables ,
doted Carriajjo. Baggage. The fined Llrcrjr l
1230 N Btreotriilncpln, Neb."3
COLOMBIA NATIONAL BANK
of Lincoln, Nebraska!
CAPITAL - - $100,000.00. "
John B. Wright, Prei. J. H. Weacott, Vlee-Pre
Joe Samuels 2nd Vjce-Prea, P. L. Hall, putties
7. B. Ryon. Aaa. Cash.
Miss Minnie Gardner of Auburn, Is
pledged to Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Pi Beta Phi entertained Informally
last night nt the chapter house.
The electrical engineering Seniors
are hard at work on their theses. A
few have them well under way.
The (lass In elcttrK-' engineering 9
is starting the design ol the 10 K. W.
The classes in elect lie lighting is
studying a number of direct and alter
nating current arc lamps which Pio
fctsor Morse has lately procured
The dnssPB In mechanic nl engineer
ing 15 and 17 are making tetts of a
number of lubricating oils.
S. D. Clinton, '02, civil engineering,
is now resident engineer on the Mary
land Western railway. Mr. Clinton
has been out of school only a year
arrd his rapid rise shows not only his
own ability, but the thorough prepara
tion given by the civil engineering de:
The corresponding secretary of the
Engineering society Iras received a let
ter from F. L. Shinbur, enclosing a
substantial contribution to the society's
subscription to tire Temple Fund. Mr.
Shinbur is at Perez. Mexico, where he
is employed as resident engineer by
the Vera Cruz and Pacific railway. -
Professor Morse has received an in
teresting letter from Mr. Ferguson,
vfho rs with the General Electric Co.
He Is well satisfied with iris work.
Yont, Hunt, and a few other-Nebraska,
electrical engineers are employed by
the same company. The University of
Nebraska has an excellent reputation
with the company.
Professor Bess'ey has been gelling
the. annual statistics in regard to his
class in general botany, and finds that
of ninety-two who have reported, forty-six
are in the college of literature,
sciente and arts, forty-four in the hi
djstrial college, and two in the gradu
ate college. Of the men eleven are In
the college of literature, science and
arts, thirty-four in the industrial col
lege, and one In the graduate college;
while of the women thirty-five nre in
the college of literature, science and
arts nlneteon In the Industrial college,
and eleven in the graduate colltige.
The classes are represented as fol
lows: Freshman, 14 men, 9 women; total,
Sophomore, 17 men, 1C women; to-
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Juniors. 10 men. 13 womerr; total, 23.
Senior, 1 men. G women; total 10.
Graduates, 1 man. 1 woman; total 2.
I'm-lassed, 1 woman.
Men. '10. women, 40; total. 92.
These figures show that students nre
coming into botanic nl work this year
somewhat earlier than heretofore. Last
year there were more Juniors thnn of
any other class, and this has been the
inse for several years.
The c'onr tmmt of horticulture has
received a bupply ol plants and bulbs
.Sam's Cafe. Tho only place In the
city to get the famous "Little Gem
Hot Waffles." Special scrvico for ladles.
Fraternity Hall 13th & N Street
Nowly furnished and decorated. Is now
open for dates for College and Frater
nity dances. Spoclal rates to students.
FAULKNER & SHARP
Room 308, Fraternity Bldg.
Western Glass & Paint Ge.
12th fe M. Sfe., Lincoln, Neb.
Stelner-Wocmpencr Drug Co.,
IU6 O Street?
Phone 707 Lincoln, Neb.
Manufacturers of Stoiner's Balsam
Rhubarb Cold Capsules, Pile Ouro and
Gray'B Condition Powders.
GEO. A. WILSON
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Otfico and Shop, 222 S, 12th. Telephone B 1397
Estimates furninhed upon application.
Job work promptly at tended to.
Uiitiw $1 00 and 1.5 For Day.
Special Ratc-s ly the ffwk,
MRS. KATE MAHT1N, PROP.
Only ono block from B. & M. Dcxit. Only omi
block from Post Ottictv Near ull
Htrcot car llin-a.
Telephone A 1035 111 H. 11th Street
OUR WORK IS WELL KNOWN
We always havo and always will ap
preciate the support of tho etudenta
reports to tho contrary notwithstanding.
YULE BROTHERS LAUNDRY
Tel, 754. lfiU O Street.
125 North I2tb.
7J1 O Strc-ct.
J5J5 0 Street. PhoneScd.
100 rooms best low-pricol house in city.
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