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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1904)
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The HcKporian, Vol. .JI, Thn N'ulirniknn, Vol, 16
Scurlot iihd Cream, Vol. 4.
PubllHhcd dolly, rxoopt Sundny find Monday,
&t tho UnlrorHfty of Nchrankn, Lincoln, Neb
by tho Ilcspprlnii Publishing Co.,
Boinn Or OniEOTOn
Profossora J. I. Wyor, nnd C. It. Rlchardit
II. P. Loavltt
John WoHtoror B. R. Walton.
EdJtor-ln.Ohlef Paul A. Evrlnf
Manager A. O. Sohrofber
dronlator "Walter K. BtandoTea
Asg't. Adr. Manager Frod NaugLtoa
Fred A. Svrealar
D. P. DoToung
Miss Minnie nillor
Mini Lota SlctUrr
Editorial Rooms and Business OfflooU 2llf
Post Office Station A. Lincoln, Nebr.
Automatic J 521
Hubsorlptlon Prico, 2 per year, In advanoa
Kntnred at tho postoftlco at Lincoln, Neb.,
m Kcoond-olans mall matter under the act of
con grain of March 0, 18TO.
Individual notices will bo charged for at the
rate of 10 contn for oaoh ltiKortlon. Faculty,
dopiirtmontal and uulTerslty bullotlna will
gladly bo published freo, as heretofore.
And no it's Hogan. of Yule. Fiiot
It wan I Tost on, then it was Herriistein,
then it wan Honiebodx el.se. nnd sonio
IhkI y else slated by tho local papers' for
Min esAor lo Mr. Booth hh Cornh..-ker
Coach. Anil now the lightning lins
struck on Mi. Flogan. ol Yale Had all
the.se revolts foeon millionth at leist
"Tail' a dozen men would be on tho
pay-roll of tho nlhletli board as coach
es for our football tum. Mr. Hognn,
)f Yalo will sore now, as the subject
lor local speculation until Mr. Smith,
of Now York; Mr. .loies, ol Ilo-ton,
or Mr. Brown, of IMiiladel-htn is
Y. W. C. A. BUDGET
What Has Been Done During the
Past Six Weeks.
The lollowing Is a list of the woik
done by tho Y. V. ( A. dining the
lirst six weoks of the ;-, hool jour.
1,500 handbooks published jointly
with Y. M. C. A
o5 letters of uokoine written, dur
ing vacation to prospottho new stu
dents. All traiius met lour dajs during reg
Card catalog ol rooms and boarding
places in Lincoln.
Noon lunch served legistiation week
200-fttmdred students helped to find
room and boarding places.
;io young women assisted in so uring
21 young women assisted in securing
Openl.ig lotj-tion tor all uiiiver.-dtv
women at (iov. J. II. Miekoy'i-.
10. nov. moir.l.rrs seemed.
Total member hip 1 1 One jeai ago
2i)0 calls made Hist six months on
Flowers sent to sick girls.
Regular weekly gospel meetings with
an average attendance ol 70.
Song service in association room
each day 12:2(1 to 12::it. Attendance 10.
Systematic- daily Hibl.- study; pres
ent enrollment 1 15.
Mission study; ! clashes; present en
rollment 15. Class joined with Y. M.
An association room with a welcome
tor every university girl oflfln till 10
p. m. each day and offering every con
venience from a cui) of hot cocoa at the
Gold or Silver Paid for Baubles is
Presents, useful as well :is ornanipntril :innnl- hid :nv:iv -.r r... ;.. .. ,i-..
but are for years ;i constant reminder of the (fiver. We have a complete line of
AUTOMOH1I JC DAC-S
I A DIES' SATCHELS
SI I K HAT BOXES
COI LAR AND CITFV BOXES
tf) Ladies' and Gent's Horn Alligator "and Fitted Suit Cases and Bags Unsurpassed 5E
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Auto Rhone 1396
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noon hour to a postage stamp and
needle nnd thread.
The budget is as follows:
Secretary's salary $:f)ii
State pledge 1"
Incidentals 1 25.
So ial 35
College Settlement 1")
Sy-tematic giving 200
Advisory Committee 75
County Fair 1 ,0
Banquet Wen us
Look for This Sln
Wc Will Trade
ll. . " " Ivy
While the County Fair is a thing ol
the past, the Christian association will
not forgot the Iriends, who by their
helnfulues-s made possible its giand
ICspeciaJ thanUs are due Mr. Sander
son and Mr. Rector for tickets and
tagsL the (acuity ladles who furnished
thoe "giaud douhnit-; " Mr. Roy for
his aluible collections of curios so
beautifully displayed; (he' joung men
ol the unhcisitj who s-o faithfully
wielded hammer and .-aw. tumbled,
took cash, si ieled, tinned w allies,
played moiiKej, camel or Indian, as oc-tat-ion
demaudod. th" joung ladles
Avho gae time a. id Jalent lo turn the
booths into iiiclures of boautj, and
side shows into cash.
Wisconsin is-roporte.! as negotiat
ing with California or Stanford for a
loothall game the Monday artrr
Christinas, to be plajed in San Fran
i isi o
Tlie Engineeiing society will hold a
smoKcr at rhe All ha Theta Chi house
next Saturday evening. All engineeis
are in sited.
Bert BonTIs has seci(d his (onnec
tion with the univer-ity and accepted
a position with the B. & M.
Visiting and Address Canls
Programs, Invitations and
We also manufacture Advertising
Buttons and Mirrors.
R. H. GILLESPIE
Phone H40 124 O Street
KADIS, The Tailor
Suits Made to Ordor $15 and up.
(Mi'iiiiintr DvciiiKiuid PriMsuiK Our SpcViiili
Auto Phone ;
J4H O Street
J ou a Bicycle for a aTlking RIachli e
or a Talking Machine for a Bicycle.
All the now goods.
.Athletic goods of all kinds.
Girard Cycle C'mpy
J304 O Street
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R a t e s
Will be sold to all points on the Missouri
Pacific system, including Kansas, Okla
homa,' etc. Two daily trains leave Lin
coln at 8:15 a. m. and 10:15 p. m. Full
information at city ticket office, south
west corner 12th and O streets. Depot
corner 9th and S streets.
j F. D. CORNELL, P. and T- A.
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