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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1904)
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K$ more or Cess Cocal
Thu Senior IJook coniniltcr will meet
Mundiy at 10 a. m. In U. 107.
l'ai.l IMIlBbury, '02, Is hiding grain
for tho Central Grain Co., at Adams,
Dr. Ward lectured to the elate In
education 7 Thursday on "The Teach
ing of Zoology In the High School."
Htudenlb In the special courses In
physlch for teachcrfi have started In
oiiHlrucifa woik, blowing (alass. fc(t-tli-K
"1 ni'i'aiatuB, etc
Dr. Comlra bus finished a bulletin
on the "General Geology and Water
Resources of Northeastern Nebraska"
and sent It In to the V. S. survey.
Mi. Pox. of Yerkes observatory,
vpent th" day at 'he unlvrisity yester
day ut the physics drpaitiriout. giving
prirlkulai' attention to tb p: -grefs in
The cage In tho basement of the ar
mory hns been fixed tip so that candi
dates for the pitcher's box can work
cut regularly. Hours have also been
assigned to each man for practice.
ProNfsoi Harbour returned last
night, having lectin ed at Johnson
Thursday evonlnjr, and at Hrock, before
a farmcis' IniUuto. the night pvevi
I'liR. The '.Cn'ilnr tltident
lor student! of the
ic-lnl. by and
wi'.l be held In
rlt.ernoon at 4
KcivaKii of Music,
Memoilal hall this
Professor Harbour is touring the
state, at present. Wednesday evening
ho addressed a farmers' Institute meet
ing at Brock and yesterday evening
he delhered' a lecture at Brock.
Tho debating board had not heard
fi i iii Kansas bv six o'lVuk yesterla
In icgard to definition uf the questloi
recently .-ubmltted. Su.dmtc who nr
g. lug inlo the pieliini'iai Us are ie
quested by Professor Poj:g to watch
th- luilfe,n board today, r.u a cominu
r.lcailon it expected and will be an
muniKii an soon as It ani"
The University practice ci.it v, 111
hold -uifiher serslon in the supreme
court room this nfterwu.n. Supreme
Judges Roes, Cowan ancr Chief Justice
Walt man will cccupy th' Fiipreme
Leiub. The- leading case today Is one
lor (liniiisral. pleaded by Prior &
Smith. .( r defendant in error, ana
Guile k Hewitt, foi jJaintlff in error.
The mandamus ease, ul unfinished at
tho last session wl I (on.e up nrii
The Dally Ncbras-kau, the unlvuiftil)
paper, has opened its columns to a dis
cission of matters concerning the pro
mlhououF -ut--e of backh by the Btu
(Jentb, and piomlses to publish some in
teresting comnuiuicntioiis from stu
dents on the subject in the near future
Thin seenife to be a very live qucstlor
with many of the young men at the
university and It Is predicted by many
that this public discussion may brlnj.
abQUt some, noticeable changes In the
social life at the college. So far, how
ever, there has only been one side of
tho case presented. The hackmen hae
yet co bo heard. Star.
Dr. Jno. J. Davis
Graduate Optician and
Headaohes and all Norvous Troubles ro
lievod by correctly fitted Spectacles.
Prices Low. Consultation t reo.
Homo Offico 1288 O St. Phono B 056
Jeuvttler an& Optician
EVBS EXAMINED FREE
lj3 O St.
The II rat lefcree's sitting of the prac
tice court took place in the supremo
court room yeeterday afternoon. E. F.
Suavely was tho referee. One eldo
wna represented by Baker and Milck,
the other by Vance and WellenBiek.
Professor Sheldon of tho American
historical department, finished a re
port on "Tho Indian Agencies of Ne
braska" before the graduate club Tues
day eenlng. TIiIb club Is organized
for the pin pose of pursuing original
inestlgntlons, one of tho members
dlKcusplng a special subject at caih
meeting. The club (onslsts of nine
membcru and mcttt otue a week.
At the Filday noon-day piayer meet
ing Miss Pound gave an Interesting
talk on "The place of the Young Wo
man's Christian association in tho Uni
versity." Tho piayer meetings will be
in chaige of the faculty ladies for all
ot her week. To thoF who have been
In the habit of attending it Is not nec
essary to say bow enjoyable they are.
(.tills who havo not been coining hae
missed a good thing and should ninke
an effort to take advantage of the re
In accordance with steps rvcenlly
taken by the ftudentB of the law de
pnrtment in the matter of athletics,
Presb'.nts Suavely, Hltchle and Mohr
man of tho Senior, Junior and first.
rar classee have appoln'ed the fol
lowing mm, .who will constitute th
law inter-claw Athletic Board:
Seniors: Sward. Pfciffer, Strong
Juniors: Case, Johnson, Wrough
ton and Mnthew.
First Year. Lundin, Eager, Gibson
A meeting of the board will be held
n the near future for the puipoi-e of
-Meeting officers and transacting such
)ther business as may come before It.
Miss Recta Clark. '07.
,)kdged to Chi Omega.
of Omaha, is
PI B-tT .hi gae an Informal paity
at tho chapter house last evening.
The alumni of Delta Tan gave a
.mokei last night at the chapter bouse.
Mr Elliott Graves. ';, or Kearney.
,vns Initiated Wednesday evening into
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
There will be a meeting of the Se
llor Prom committee Wednesday, Jan
auary 20, at 10 a. in., U 107.
A leap year party. iom posed of Uni
eisity people, will be given next Fii
lay evening at Walsh hill.
The Senior Piom will probabl oi -ur
about the middle' of April, al
though no definite date has yet been
Alpha Tan Qnioga entei tallied the
young ladies of Kappa Kappa Gumma
formally last night at the Alpha Tan
Lawrence Pill&bury, an old Univer
sity gradiiate, visited his Phi Delt
brothers last week. Mr. Pillsbury will.
oon located- in tho Richards block, tak
ing up the practice of medicine.
Invitations havo been Issued by one
of the sororities at, Northwestern to a
leap year party. The young ladles are
to tako tho Initiative In everything and
the men holding "bids-" are all excite
ment. A "holding hands" contest, on
tho list of entertainment, is doubtless
the cause for much of the anxiety on
the men's p'artv
The Whltebreast Co.. at HOG O St.,
Is the place to buy coal.
Board $2.50 per week at the Oood
Go to the Burr barber' shop If you
want a first class shave, hair-cult or
massage. Everything first-class and
up-to-date. Shannon and Dpmmick,
; For Stoves.
I Gregory, The Goal Man.
il Office 1044 O St., Phones, 343-488.
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New Time Card
Effective December Clh, train
No. 208 will leave Lincoln at
8:35 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via Dun
bar, Brock and Talraage, with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 212 will leave at 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman sleeper to Kansas City.
City Office, S. W. Cor. 12th & O.
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