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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1905)
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Delta Tan Delta will give a dancing
party on February 24th.
Robert M. Carroll, '03, of Fremont,
in pledged to Delta Tau Delta.-
TfUST be Quarter Size
11 Collars.thnt is they must
Imj precisely riht and made
of stuff which will not shrink.
The Cluett nnd Arrow Col
lars lire riirntly made of
Cluett, 25 cents
Arrow, IS cents
each or 2 for 2.1 cents
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Helon Dunham and Mabel MorriH
aro among the new arrivals at the
The Botany clauses aro having a
hard Jtmo In getting rooms for lecture
anl rci'itaton purposes.
Fifteen Dormitory girls made up a
theater party at Maxlne Billot's "Her
Own Way" Monday evening.
Tho class in tho study of woods
(Botary 3-1) has been set to meet at
10 o'clock on Wednesdays and Fridays.
On Fob. 17 tho Dormitory girls will
give an elaborate Valentine party. In
vitations will bo Issued tho first of
A fino collection of plants from the
Selkirk mountains In British Columbia
was received by the University Herb
arium a couple of days ago.
The Forest Club will meet Saturday
evening, February 4, at 8 p. m. in N
102. An election of officers will be
held and Messrs. O. A. Pearson antl H.
J Pool will talk on "In the Woods of
C. E, Quinn, '05, who has been act
ing as ono of the assistants in the de
partment of agriculture, has Joined the
farmers' institute lecture force. He
will return for the Juno commence
ment to get his sheep-skin.
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Professor Besscy is rejoicing over
tho receipt of six parts of tho "Foiest
Mora of South Australia," tho gift of
V. W. J. Orlnstead of York, The
TraTjuilElPtfl of largo, folio vrmi
be Right ad
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Council Bluffs and
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Because of a conflict with another
class the class In German C, reciting
at 11:30, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, will meet in 204, U Hall.
iany fine colored plates, with de
All of the classes In Botany are now
assigned to their particular recitation
poriods. The last to be assigned was
Donorology (Botany 41) which for a
ccuplo of monthB will meet only twice
a week, namely, at 1 o'clock on Wed
nesdays and Fridays. After April 1st
the class will meet four times a week.
Military drill is ovldently becoming
loo monotonous for some of the boys
in tho second battalion at the farm.
Tho other day when tho command to
flre was given ono of tho cadets actual
ly fet loose over the heads of his com
rades. Tho explosion made the walls
oi Machinery Hall tremble and. filled
the air with B'mokc. However, It was
o.-Jy a blank cartridge and nothing but
a tittle cxiltement and a few demerits
fo. lowed the discharge.
At the presentation of tho marble
1 i'st of "Margaret" at Convoxatlon
thi1 morning Miss Howell will give a
leading and Miss Elma Marsland and
.Mr. George Johnston will sing two
With the, readjustment necessitated
by the new semester the Sombrero of
fice hns been moved from U 304 to tho
Dean's room, U 107, on the first floor
f the Jialn building. Office hours are
from 2.00 to o.'M ; m
Roller skato enthusiasts will be in
terested to learn that the big roller
skate meet which is to decldo who is
the champion lady skater In tho state
wi'l be hold In Lincoln Friday even
ing. Fobruary 3rd. MIhh Dora Hell
man, Llncoln'B lady champion .will
race with Mrs. CuBoaden, lady cham
pion of Omaha, and It promises to bo
a fast and oxcltlng race. As a great
number of Uniyerslty .atudenUi are
much Interested In the sport of roller
skating It 1b oxpected that many of
tluni will attend the race.
The gymnasium men aro piacliclng
throe times a week for the try-outs on
Feb. 22. This team, when seleetod will
'represent Nebraska at the Westorn
Inter-collegiate Gymnasium meet at
Chicago in the oarly part of the spring.
This meet is under the supervision of
Chicago University and invitations
havo been extended to all wetstern col
leges to send teams.
No man has a place on this team
cinched yet and every mau who do
sires to make this team will havo a
good chance to try. Every man is
given individual attention in this
work by either Dr. Clapp or his assist
ants. Men are requested to report and
try for a place.
Among the Rhodes scholars at Ox
ford there are twenty-threo fraternity
men, as follows: Delta Upsilon, 5;
Beta Theta Pi, 3; Phi Delta Theta, 2;
Kappa Alpha, 2, and ono each from
Sigma Nu, Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa
Sigma, Chi Psl, Phi Nu Theta, Delta
Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Phi, Zeta
PiiL-Pht Kappa Psi, Delta Phi and Phi
Gamma Delta. Eight are mombers of
Phi Beta Kappa.
Anyono Bonding n sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
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Estimates furnished upon appli
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Y. M. C. A. BANQUET.
University men are" requested to
keep In mln'd tho All-University ban
quet to bo held at the r.Indell Friday
evening, March 3. This banquet Is
guen under the auspices of the Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. Because of the
large number or plates laid, the asso
tiation is able to secure on unusually
reasonable rate. This banquet Is not
restricted to any class or sect and is
open to all University men. One jnom
l,er of tho international committee and
also of the state committee will be
Manifolding and typewriting. See
Kd Affolter, check room, basement Unl
hall. University rates.
Elliott's Suitorlum, cleaning, dyeing
and repairing. Prices reasonable. 1136
O street. Both phones.
The Good Health Cafe for tho no
meat menu. Ask our patrons about it.
Lincoln Transfer Co.; baggage.
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N street.
Cbanln Bros.. Florists. 127 So. 13th.
Twenty-one meals for $3. Dormitory
If you got It at Armstroiig's, it's
Get tho best Henderson & AmeB
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Fast daily train service via the
Chicago & North- Western Nsilway,
the double-track railway from the
Missouri River to Chicago, connect-
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all points' East. The trains of the
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
The Best of Everything
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1024 O Street.
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