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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1905)
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Munyi'Oft&d, Academy students are
planning tb go homo during the com
ing vncallon and arc waking prepara
tions to that ond.
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Till', host collnr for all
'round service, fit und finish
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in ttic world
Little Qcin Hot
I 17-121 North 13
The two nnd three o'clock classes at
the Academy were dismissed on
Thursday In order to allow the stn
dentB fo attend the limes hand yon
cert at the Auditorium In the after-
The baskeC-talf "management has not
l.iaid from Wahoo for some time In
rqgjfifo to the game that they had ex
pn ted to get with that high school,
uiwi It Is fenred that they will not get
to play the game. It is not definitely
known as yet whether any more games
for the girls' team can ho secured this
season or not.
VIIn ever-s'cli meand4 $?;.
Qry natTon ifis the tf -V
Z the Coal Wan
, .nn4 3291
The Acadomy DebatinR Club has ad
journed for the rest of the year and
will not meet again until after the
close of Uie football senson next year
Although no debates with outside
schools were held this year, the stu
dents who attended the club regulaily
feel that they have profited gieatly
fiom the opportunity to gain practical
knowledge In argumentation and many
of them have been taking class work
In It The club has been exceptionally
st'ctessful this year The attendance
nl the meetings has been large from
the btart. The good attendance ha-)
been largely due to the fact that the
club has been tun on to-educational
lines and the girls hae taken unusual
Interest tn the woik
JSfel-n every-vcli meand
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Rem i nekton'
Chanln Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13th.
For Fun, see Stoole. 143 S. 12th St.
Chris' Bath House, corner 11th and
new shoe store Is a
U .W. Pomerene, Plumber, 238
Get Into a palt
of Sandei son's new
Oyster stow 25 cents at Cameron's
new Restaurant. 119 South 12th.
NO. 104 O STOHHT
Anrono aondtng a sketch nd description msy
nutoklT ascotuun 0r opinion free whether nn
liiTeittlon Is probiiblr pnteniAhlo.,, rommuiilrn.
lions st riot lrcontJdoutlal. HAHDBOOK on I'ntenU
Mint froo. OMost nsenor fur nocurtuir patents.
rutonLfl taken throuoh Munn A ("b. recetfe
tptcittl notice, without oharKO, In the
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The Academy baseball team played
the University 1 aw College Thursday
and were again defeated by a Rood
margin A same has been bdiedulod
between the Academy nine and the
I'alladlan society team to be played
Friday The men hae been turning
t,ut In fairly good numbers, but they
seem to be unable to develop a bat
tel y that will do satisfactory work
and all of the games so far have gone
Id the opponents by a good margin.
Uuiiips will probably be played with
the University society and class teams
a t..ine time 'during uie remainder oi
the 1 1 ason The team at the Academy
lusi year was able to win several of
the games played with the Univer
sity organizations, but, unless the men
develop form rapidly liom now on
l he team this year will not tome up
to 'he standard of the one that the
pu )n put out last season
Greene's l palace, 109 N. 11th Street.
Shops l Mog11'- 1 1 -- O Street.
University students who wish to gel
In on the special rates for board at the
Good Health Cafo should see to it at
once, as the offer will not last long.
If you want to get good clean, whole
bome food at regular weekly board
rutes which are very reasonable, you
should call at the Cafe at once. Only
University studonts can have this rate.
Summer School In Mechanic Arts
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Elective counei are provided In ill subjects taught in
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and dciin, mathematici. mechanics ol engineering,
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and electrical engineering. Ten weeki, beginning June
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A tru cling "trie tloctoi" from Mih
bourl struck the campus yoHtertlay ani!
tried to make the-profebsors think that
he knew something about trees ami
their ailments, but he only Bucteeded
in placing himself in such a light as
to be laughed at, and waa frankly
told that he did not understand tho
matter at all. If people will loaye
him alone he is quite harmless, but
tho "dope" which he is recommend
ing as a "cure-all" Is not worth the
tost. Tho professor who met him
cay that it is best not to listen to
tl.ifa "tree doctor."
A copy of tho "Principal Piofession.
al Papers of I)r J A Waddoll," has
been received by tho Civil Engineering
Department. Tho book is in its first
edition this joar and treats of bridges,
elevated railroads, etc. It also con
tains the talk on Higher Education
fot Civil Engineers, given by Mr.
Waddell to the Engineering Society
April 8, 1904
Fresh homo.mado candles at Max
10-4:2 O Street
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