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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1905)
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Cb Daily Ucbraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hcnporian, Vol. 81, Iho NebrMknn, ?ol, 10
Sonrlot nnd Cronm, Vol. 4.
Pnbllnhod dally, except Sunday and Monday,
at tho Unlvernlty of NobraiOta, Lincoln, Nob.
by the Hesperian Publishing Co .,
BoxnD Or DinKOTonB
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R. A. VanOradol
H. L. Swan.
II. O. Myers
A. F. MaRdanz
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Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln, Neb.,
as second-class mall matter under tho act of
congress of March II, 1870.
Individual notices will be charged for at the
rate of to cent for enoh insertion. Faculty,
departmental and .university bulletins will
gladly bo published free, as heretofore.
Notices and subscriptions may
bo loft nt tho Dnlly Nebraskan
offico, or at tho Co-Op. Book
The sorority girls at Minnesota are
to provide banners to bo awarded the
winners of first, second and third
places in the coming Inter-fraternity
Held meet at that University. This is
a pious idea. We don't hnve an inter
frntornlty field meet but we do have an
Intel -fraternity baseball league.
Engineers' Summer School.
Up to the present time, very little
hns been done In a way of developing
summer courses In engineering lines,
now one of the most popular and use
ful lines of education, nnd to the State
College of Kentucky belongs a great
deal of credit for working out the pi
oneer movement In this line. The Ne
braskan Is In receipt of a catalogue
oi announcement of the courses which
will be offered to engineering students
nt this college during the coming sum
mer. Tho couj-bcs will open on June
"8th and continue for ten weeks during
the summer. Courses are offered In all
the branches of mechanical and elec
trical engineering Including mathemat
ics and other required subject In thesa
branches. A summer school in me
chanic arts fills a most Important place
In our technical system and It Is hoped
that other schools will adopt the Idea
of the State Collego of Kentucky and
inaugurate a summer school for the
The baseball game this afternoon
and the basketball game tonight should
each receive the best of student pat-
The Medical 'Society of the University
or Nebraska meets this evening In the
Y. W. C. A. rooms. The program com
mittee has arranged a specially strong
program for this evening and It Is
expected that an unusually large num
ber will be present at this meeting. Be
sides the regular- addt ess a number of
musical selections have been arranged
for and an excellent program is as
sured for all those who attend. Tho
following Is the evening's program:
Vocal solo Mr. Bates.
Duct Miss Tucker, Mr. Henry.
Selection Miss Gibson.
Piano solo Miss Pool.
Vocal solo Mr. Clark.
Address Mr. Stoakes.
? Mas the man in the moon blue
The meeting Sunday afternoon at
three o'clock in Memoilal Hall will be
open to all University men and women.
No man in the state is better fitted to
bienk to University students than is
Dr. F. D. Stein of this city, who will
present in his usual pleasing and force
ful way "Where to Put the Emphasis
on Life." Dr. Stein is a thorough stu
dent and because of his continual re-
Parsifal the Guileless Fool
Entertained thousands last niht. We aro not guiless
nor fools out wo can emeJinin nat imyers and our
piny is short nnd satisfactory.
Best hats on earth for
THE TWO-FIFTY HAT STORE
ronago. The one marks the beginning
of the season on tho diamond and the
baseball team should be given the
sendoff it deserves. The other marks
the close of the season oiT the basket
ball court, and the basketball five
should be given tho final reception
which their excellent record demands.
Hero are two good opportunities for
ripping this balmy spring atmosphere
with some Unl. yolls.
Old Uni. Man Dies.
Dan H. Wheeler, U. of N., '83, died
very suddenly at his homo In Omaha
Wednesday from a stroke of apoplexy.
Mr. Wheeler was a member of Nebras
ka chapter of Sigma Chi and of Wil
liams chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Ever
since finishing his university course he
had been engaged In tho Insurance bus.
iness in "Omaha where his long resi
dence had won for him a host of
search, especially along scientific lines,
his remarks aio always inspiring and
Many of the students have passed
very "complimentary remarks upon
Miss McFall and her Girls' Choral
Choir which is to sing at this great
students' mass meeting, and nil indica
tions point to a large crowd and an
unusually strong meeting. All Uni
versity students and friends are In
vited to be present. Doors open at
2:45 p. m.
The Hawkey Club of the University
of Nebraska is called to meet Friday
evening, April 7, at the residence of
Professor Chatbum, 2850 P street. The
object of the club is to bring all the
students In the University from the
State of Iowa into closer contact. The
oiganizatlon has, so far, a membership
of about one hundred and it is hoped
that this number will be Increased
somewhat this year. All Iowa students
In the University are cordially invited
to attend this meeting.
agee & Deemer
We arc showing a very extensive as
sortment of fine worsted school suits
In almost every shade of gray, both
light and dark.
We feel warranted in saying that
from the standpoint of good serviceable
fabrics these can not be excelled. Pure
worsted with colors woven through
Hawes' Hats for Spring
We are displaying a complete line
of Hawes $3.00 hats in both soft and
Derby styles. All the lates shades.
D-t . OF LINCOLN,
DailJC n NEBRASKA
I T his is Ih c Store that
Always Has It.
n Riggs, Drug Cutter.
J U 131 O STIIKKT.
Closed Carriages. Baggage.
...Thk Finest Liveky in the City...
1230 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
BALLS AND BANQUETS
are not a complete suc
cess without programs and
menues. Get them printed
ORIFFIN-OREER PRINTINO COMP'Y
iij6 O Street
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Undlvldod profits . . 40,000.00
S. H. Burnham, Proa.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. R. Easterday, Auditor.
THERE IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jewelry
WE CANNOT REPAIR
C I. TucRer, Jeweler
JJ23 O St. Phonci, BU 534, Auto 1534
For something artistic and
up-to-date try our Platinums
Rates for Students
io29 O STREET
8 1042 O Street
vo7 w o
We are sole agents in Lincoln for
D. & M. Baseball and
Full lino of baseball shoes. Special
prices on uniforms to clubs.
Girard Cycle C'mpy
J304 O Street
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