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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN.
Every Loyal Unlrnralty 6tadent U
urged to patronise those Nebrai
knn alvertUrs, and to mention
the paper while doing ao. I
BARBER SHOPS The Arlsto, Green's
" Palace, Mogul, George's Place.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Hnrry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITAL Gillespie.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent.
CANDIES Woodward Cand Co.
CARPENTER Oeo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Rlggs' Drug
CLEANERS AND DYERS Soukup &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland.
COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
DANCING SCHOOL Pitts.
DRUGGISTS Stelner & AVoemponer,
Brown, Mann, Rector, Hilrley, Rlggs.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Horpol
sheimer. EXPRESS Lincoln Local. 9
FURNITURE Rudge & Guenzel Co.,
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HARDWARE Rudge & Guenzel Co.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ico
JEWELER Tucker, HaHett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros.
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
PRINTING George Bros., New Cen
tury, Ivy ProHs, Review PresB, Greer
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Cam
eron, Good Health, Don's Cafe.
SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
TAILORS Unland, Union College
$J.OO Per Semester,
$2.00 Per Year,
For Sale Only at Harley's
Rate one cent pr word-each Insertion;
minimum, ten cents.
PKAIIL-HANDLKI) knife, on cnmpuu,
Saturday. Finder pleune return to Ne
A PLACB-to Ret n Rood $2.50 hat. X2.fi0
Hut Store. 1141 O St.
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of time; experience necessary. Address
STUDBNT to work part of time for
hoard. Address Nebraskan C.
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HICYt'LK. first class, new, at a reduc
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FOR RENT ROOMS.
2 NICBL.Y furnished rooms, strictly
modern, Rood board near. 1201 D St.
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one very large south room with bay win
dow; all nicely furnished; hoiiBo strictly
modern, 1 block from car line; sultablo
for small club of younR men; nice walk
ing distance from University Mrs. O. J.
Hess, 837 N. 26th St. Both phones.
NICELY furnished eaat room. Best
board In city. 1844 M St.
BOOKS 8ECONO HAND.
SLIGHTLY damaRed books, mlwellano-
otiH lot at great reductions. University
Oil BAUL THUBLL. 110.1 O St.
nit F. A. MOTIS. 51 Burr Blk.
IJH. H. J. LEHNHOFF. 146 So. 11th
St. Tel.- Bell 48G. Auto. 248G.
1)11 C W. M. POYNTER. 1105 O St
Phone Hell I J2ii. Auto. 2343.
BEAUTY Parlors. 1312 N St.
A. n. T. MESSENGERS. Tel.: Bell 1D0.
KETSTind repairing of all kindH. T. J.
Thorp & Co., 308 So. 11th St.
MOHELOCK & SMITH. 16 Oliver Thea
ii Bldg. Tel.: Bell F 672. Auto. 3334.
CASTLE & ROPER, private ambulance
seivlce. 120-4 So. 13th St.
FOR RENT. Lincoln Automobile Co.
122 N. 13th St.
CHRIS' BATH HOUSE, 11th and P Sta.
SULPHO-SALINE Buth Houbo, 14th
and M Stu.
W. E. PARKER, 1200 P St.
Star Delivery Co., Baggage. Both
Drug Store, Uth and O.
The Stato University Collogo or
Medicine begins its new year proudly.
Several features greatly broaden and
strengthen Its work. New laboratories
have been fitted up for Bacteriology,
Pathology, Histology, Embryology,
Physiology and Pharmacodynamics.
More than $2,600 In now apparatus
has been added to the equipment of
these laboratories, and this, with the
increase In the fnculty roll, gives the
work .n this field extraordinary
strength. Friends of the collego are
proud of the standing it has attnlned.
The New York State Examining Board,
tho most exacting of any state board
in tho tTnlon, has ranked our College
of Medicine, after careful lnvestlga
tlon, in the highest class, an honor
shared by very few schools west of
the Alleghany mountains. Students
are pointing with great pride to the
fact that a Sophomore student of last
year has been appointed undergrade
ate assistant at Johns Hopkins Med
ical School, which, with Harvard, Is
ranked by foreign authorities distinct
ly above all others In this country.
The course of Btudy Is enriched by
several changes, especially tho addi
tion of Introductory clinical work Into
tho Sophomoro year. In giving this
the University has been fortunato
enough to secure the assistance of o
number of highly trained Lincoln
physicians and also valuable cllnJcnl
Tho clinical work of tho last two
years in Omaha has been still further
systematized. Tho sectional clinics
which were Introduced recently after
the German model and have proved
ho successful, will be more extensive.
No medical school west of tho Alle-
ghanleu has bo largo a faculty of
strong men or so abundant clinical
material In proportion to lta enroll
ment. Tho aim of tho Regents and
faculty Is to keep It In tho front rank
of medical schools, second to no part
of the entire University. Among
Western schools it has led in the in
troduction of higher requirements for
entrance to professional study, having
set tho standard of four full years of
high school work several years before
tho advance was made by tho Asso
ciation of American Medical Colleges.
This requirement has boon held to
Ilrmly without evasion, or spOolul
privileges to any student as hereto
fore announced, In view of the iiocob
slty of a broad basis for the compre
hension of tho problems underlying
modern scientific medicine, tho Unl
verBlty Intends at an early date to
raise the requirements for entrance to
tho Cjpllogo of Medicine so as lo In
clude one year of collego study above
tho high school course. Even now the
majority of students, many of thenr
at no llttlo personal sacrifice, are
availing themselves of tho advantages
of the six-year combined courso which
yields both general and professional
degrees and 1b regarded by educators
as tho best preparation for successful
work In tho practice of medicine.
"U. of N." Fountain Pens, J1.00
each; "U. of N." Tablets, 15c each;
"U. of N." Envelopes, per pack, 15c.
All other University supplies at the
Lincoln Book Store.
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Miss Else Gerlcke, A. B., '04, has ac
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