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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1904)
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The University of Chicago
Prof. W. F. Dann will glvo a stero
tlcon lecture at chapel today.
135 SOUTH llth STREET
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And 23 others. We sell new
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Carl Vlere&g of Central City spent
Sunday with University friends.
Dr. Lees haB been confined with sick
ness the last week and has been un
able to meet his classes.
The Y. W. C. A. is planning an ex
cellent concert for Saturday, March 12.
Sae that date.
The bacteriologists are rejoicing over
a now Incubator, tho Invention of iro
fetfior Ileiild, which was made In Lin
coln from plans furnished by the pro
fessor. Tho department of botany has added
n large herbarium case for the storage
of tpecimons. For want of room it 's
plnccd in thf corridor of the main floor
of Nebiaskd hall.
C. A. Scott. U. S. forester, in charge
of the forest reserves in central and
northern Nebraska, visited the Univer
sity a day or two ago and met a lot
of the forestry boys. He gave an ad
dress to Professor Miller's class In
forestry on Monday. He sayB that the
opportunity for work In forestry are
ory good, and oncouraged the boys to
fit thcmseUeu for government service.
Miss Nellie !,. Dean gave her bas
ket ball girls a bachelor spread at her
rooms lately, to the great enjoyment
ill the girls. This was to celebrate the
victory over the Y. W. C. A. team.
The girls expect to play the Midgets
of the University, next week, and as a
consequence in every room, at every
door and on every block a charmer
stands anxious to sell tickets. The
young men are responding well, re
membering how glad they were to re
ceive help from the women last fall.
Tho Academy will make an effort to
bring out a good crowd. Incense will
be burned and sacrifices offered to the
end that the gods may be propitious to
tho Academy women.
Messrs. Myers, Morgan, Miller, Do
Wolfo, Do Young and Shaw aro sup
posedly busily preparing for the coming
debate with the city Y. M. C. A. team.
1 ao only fear is that these men may
be of the old Calvanlstlc type in which
case they will not give up even If con
vinced. Saturday evening the selection
will be made from the above live men
of the three who are to slay the Saints.
Assignment of work for the next Is
sue of the Academy News has been
made by Miss Latrop and Miss Dean.
It Is hoped that the interesting Jap.
Kim Akagl, will write his first essay on
the present war. If he does we promise
the readers a quaint sketch from this
bright young man.
Mr. C. V. Smith is suffering from
weakness of tho eyes and is compelled
to take daily treatment for them. Mr.
Smith is such an oxcellont student that
the necessity of neglecting his work
for a few weeks will bo hard for him
Bryan Prize Announced.
The notice of the annual offering
of tho Bryan prize has been posted. The
question to be discussed Is: "To what
extent should political parties be sub
Jest to legal control?" In past yeats
competition-or this prize has not been
very brisk. Generally two or three
contestants aro permitted to fight it
out, and In this way It Is hardly possible-
for the best talent In the Uni
versity to be represented.
Tickets for the game with Wiscon
sin next Saturday can be secured at
tho Co-Op. Uni Book Store. Hall's and
Special rates to students washing
typewriting done. 512 Richards block.
Wright Drug Co., .117 No. llth,
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
Law and I
Each has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on application.
Each will be in session during the Summer Quarter (June 17 September 3).
tf5?The courses in Medicine arc given in connection with the work of
Rush Medical College. ,
The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
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UNITED 8TATCS DRPOBITORY.
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BKcoUt December 6th, train
Na. IDS will leave Lincoln at
8:85 a. m. and run through with
out change to Aubura via Dun
bar, Brock and Talmago, with
through ooach ta Nebraska City.
No. 21S will leave at 9:55 p. m.
ant carry through coach and
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