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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1904)
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New Time Card
Effective December Gth, train
No. 208 will leave Lincoln at
8:35 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via. Dun--bar.
Brock and Talmagc, with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 212 will leave at 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleopor to Kansas City.
City Office, S. W. Cor. 12th & O.
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Thursday IOx-Chancollor Benton.
Dr. Ward addressed the geological
club last night.
MIhh Rota Clark, of Omaha, 1h
pledged to Chi Omega.
Dr. JohiiBon'K class in Iatin 3 has
finished Horace and ban taken up
McRsrs. J. L. McHrlen and J. W.
Crabtree, high school inspector, are
In Omaha on business.
Rev. Frederick (Jravc-H of Ord Ih
visiting at Urn Episcopal club house
with bis brother Flllott Graves.
The Sigma Alpbs hold Initiative cer
emonies yesterday evening, receiving
into membership Mr. Flllot Craves, of
Albert Wat kins, business manager
of the Morton History, is making a
trip through the western part of the
The Faculty Woman's club met last
night with Mrs. Grummann and Mrs.
Fossler, at the home of Mrs. Fossler,
lf)47 S street.
The Y. W. C. A. social which wasH
announced for Saturday evening, Jan.
Kith, at the home or Mrs. F. M. Hall,
has been indefinitely postponed.
Dr. C K. Oondra will givo an illus
trated lecture on "Industrial Nebras
ka," at Juniata, Neb.. Friday evening,
January 22, for the benefit of the high
The recital tonight in the chapel
should call forth a large attendance.
The, numbers will all be furnished
by the instructors at the School of
Music, and an entertainment of an
unusually high order Is assured.
Miss Houton gave an instructive, and
Interesting talk to over fifty girls at
the Wednesday noon-day prayer meet
ing. The meetings, which are in
charge of faculty ladles for this week
and next, are being well attended.
Tho Historical Society lias just
learned of the existence of an oil
painting of Manuel Lisa, one of the
earliest French traders of the terri
tory, who founded Fort Lisa in 1805.
The Society will obtain a photograph
of the painting, if possible, and a copy
will appear in the Morton History Of
the Morton History of Nebraska.
Miss Abble Burns, a former graduate
student in tho German department,
who is at present teaching German
at Wesleyan University, is contemplat
ing a trip to Germany this summer,
and will leave about April 4. Pro
fessor Fossler has been asked to sug
gest some graduate student to take
Miss Burns' place, until her return.
Tho English club will meet Satur
day evening, January 10, with Miss
Dorothy Green, 2501 R street.
NOTICE Tho person who took a
note book belonging to L. J. Pepper
berg from tho book rack in the library
will win tho owner's heart-fejt thanks
by returning same.
Thero will be an open meeting of
the local Bird club on Friday evening,
January 15. in M. A. Hall. The lead
ing talk of tho evening will bo given
by Myron II. Swenk on "Tho effects
Man has had on North American
Bird Life." All persons Interested Hf
any way are cordially invited.
THE LECTURES in Ornithology 1
(13) will bo repeatod next semester.
For the accommodation of the great
est number of students tho time set
for tho lectures will ho 9 a. m. Sat
urday. Tho courso will Include several
field trips for studying habits, nest
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