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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1904)
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Elliot Graves la assisting In packing
material for our museum for exhibition
at tho world's fair.
Anyone dcBirlng.to rent a piano In
first class condition should consult
any of tho officers of tho Dellan society.
Dr. G. E. Condra and O. J. Fee re
turned yesterday from Grand Island.
where they delivered lectures before a
farmers' Institute Wednesday ovenln?.
Professor Barbour has written a eul-1
ogy on tho late Prof. W. C. Knight of
the geology department ef Wyoming,
for publication in an eastern magazine.
The class In geology II was excused
yesterday morning becauso of the fail
ure of the substitute lantern which had
been provided to render efficient ser
vice. Tho lantern regularly used, was
away In Grand Island with Dr. Condra
and Mr. Fee. who gavo a lecture there
The engineering students of tho Uni
versity held a smoker at tho Alpha
Tau Omega house Wednesday evening.
Tj.'M. Hunnington entertained in behalf
of tho A. T. O.'s, and n very pleasant
evening was spent in various ways.
Tho Union societyhas adjourned tha
usual Friday night program to Satur
day night, when they will play the an
nual basket ball game with the Dellan;
in tho Armory and give the program
afterwards at tho hall.
Captain Rogers, the fast end of tho
Mlnnpsota team, has been elected coach
of tho Carlylo Indians for next year.
Rogers formerly played at Carlyie. hav
ing spent seven years there playing
football. He has been with Minnesota
the past threo and was ono of the pil
lars of her great team last year. Rogers
will be remembere hero as tho Carlyie
Indian man who was iu tho line-up
against- Nebraska, when our team won
Saturday, February 27.
Basket Ball Armory, 8 p. m.
Instrumental Solo Miss Sargent
Reading, "How John Quit tho Farm."
.r Mr. Bates
Reading Miss Olive Orton
'Vocal solo Miss MeCune
Critic's Report, Mr. Burkey.
A basket ball game will be played
In the Armory before the program be
tween the teams of tho Union and
Dellan societies. No admission.
State Farm Notes
Two hundred students of the agricul
tural school will make the annual trip
to Omaha and South Omaha next Wed
nesday. U. G. Powell, secretary of tno South
Platte Millers' association, addressed
the students In field crops Tuesday en
"The milling properties of wheat."
Secretary Bassett of tho Nebraska
Dairymen's association, visited the
school Tuesday and gavo an address
to the students In dairying.
The department of agriculture will
soon issue a bulletin on Kherson oats,
the variety that has proven so success
ful In the central and western part of
Vocal solo Mr. Alexander
Extracts Miss Barnhart
Vocal solo Mr. Bradford
Reading Miss Denney
Talk , Mr. Roy Clark
Vocal solo Miss Kauffman
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Cl'iupln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Call for a souvenir brush at itiggti'
Pharmacy. They are free.
All-broken lots and sample shoes. Big
Reduction. Sandlerson's Sale.
The University of Chicago
Law and I
Eacli has a special Circular cf Information which will be sent an application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
05?"' The courses in Medicine arc g'ven in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College.
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
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New Time Card I
Bffectlre December 6th, train
N. 208 will leave Lincoln at
8:36 a. m. and run through with
out change to Auburn via Dun
bar, Brock and Talmago," with
through coach to Nebraska City.
No. 212 will leave at 9:55 p. m.
and carry through coach and
Pullman Blooper to Kansas City.
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