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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1904)
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New Time Card
Effeitlve December 6th. train
No. 208 will leave Lfncolu at
8:85 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via Dun
bar. Brock and Tulniage, with
through coach to -Nebraska City.
No. 212 will leave nt 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleeper to Kansas City.
City Omce. S. W. Cor. 12th & O.
V. D. CORNELL, P. &. T. A.
1029' O STREET
FOR FINE PHOTOS
I5i 5 O -Street. Phone 566.
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RATES -rSi Per Day and Up
I THE BIG
IMofff-"')!- Oirlwell nt convolution
ThuiFilny Kx-Chnnit lor Hcnton.
iM K. Towntcinl's mother, of Tccnni-,-ph.
Nob., is vlf-iciiiK him today.
H I). Montgomery of Oak. has i-prIh-ton-il
for Hpi'dal work In the Univer
sity A large now rate for retaining min
ernlH liaH been plnred In the chemistry
(' K. Hell has hi en absent from
ilnjJhOH for the last two days on ac
count of sickness.
Mr. Win. Fox. ':'.. has accepted a
position at Buffalo. Wyo.. ay science
teacbi r in the high school.
Miss Margaret McCutcheon left lor
Toblus yesterday to accept a position
as teacher in the high school
Professor Brace lectured to the class
in (ducatlon 7 yesterday afternoon on
the teaching of physics In the high
Professor Luckey. on January 29.
will lecture before a teachers' associa
tion at York on "The Child and His
V. It. Buchanan, anompanied by
his slstor. wont to Auburn Friday, be
ing called home by tin- sudden death
ot their mother.
Dr. M. H. Evans of Emerbon. Neb.,
has Just s?nt to the University a mas
todon tusk in which th lory remains
The babkoL ball game to have been
played between the Seniors and the
Hfgh School team this evening has
been declared off.
The class In quantathe chemistry
is working with gravimetric experi
ments and will soon bo ready to start
on the volumetric.
H. A. Miller. 04. has prepared a
lengthy report on "Silviculture," which
he- will present before n class in the
The department of geology has just
received 200 additional lantern slides
on various subjects which are to be
used in Mibs-eqiu'iu lectin ey.
J. E. Crawford, former student as
sistant In the entomology department,
will leave In a short time for Wash
ington, 1). C, to work In the Held in
vestigating cotton Insects
Some changes are being made in the
courses in botany fnr the coming jear.
Additional woik will be offered In
plant physiology, and some c Iran sea
will be made-ltt-Ui-wo.r-khiTsystematIe
About seventy-five girls attended the
noon prayer meeting in Y. W. C. A.
room Tuesday from 12:20 to 12:30, and
ajl felt more than repaid for their ef
forts by hearing Miss Howell speak
for a few moments on the subject "The
Thiough a mistake on tho part of
our Society Editor, and an oversight
by the editor in chlK. we credited A.
G. Schreiber with giving a smoker last
Tuesday evening, which we found later
was not the case. Mr. Schreiber pro
fesat-s Ignoiance of any such event.
Piofessor Brunei" will repeat his lec
tin es In ornithology 1 next semester.
They will be given on Saturday after
noons and as much field work will be
done as the weather may permit. This
work is especially adapted to the teach
er's course and with the spring weather
will offer a fine held of work
The Whitebreast Co.. at 1106 O St..
Is the place to buy coal.
If you want a real bargain, Sander
Bon's Sale is the place to get it.
The Oliver Theatre
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York Cast of Favorites.
PRICES MATINEE 50c, 75c $J.00.
EVENING 50c, 75c, $1.00, and $1.50
The University of Chicago
Each has a special Circularcf Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June ij September 3).
3-gTThc courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
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