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THE DAILY NEBRA9KAN.
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Conch Booth was able to bo out last
night for thp first tlmo this week. Re
npont the tlmo watching . th'o . work
out, but did not to Ico any active part.
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Tho Palladlan Society "will give an
opening reception to students and
frionds at their hall tonight. A special
welconio will bo glvon to now students.
AH are Invited.
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Last night the varsity went through
a fast work-out and every man of tho
four teams' was given a chance. Sov
oral now men aro out 'every night and
about sixty padded warriors "are now
struggling for positions. :
Professor Miller wishes to announce
that tho clriss In Nature Study In For
estry will meet' for the first tlmo Wed
nesday ooning, October 4th, at : 00
o'clock, Instead of Friday evening, Sep
tember 29, as. Indicated by tho .printed
schedule. This change is made on ac-.
count of conflicts. An attempt will bo
mado at tho first meeting to fix upon
a tlmo that will accommodate all. Tho
class will meet in Room no N.,
stead of 105.
Official Foot Ball Guide
'. Edited by WALTER .CAMP.
Containing tho newly rdvlsod OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading teams, embracing over 2,500
PRICE. 10 CENT8
For sale by nil Nowsdonlers-Athletic
Goods Dealers and. Depart- t
" Spalding's catalogue of all athletic
sports mailed froo to any address.
A. G., SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago,
Minneapolis, Philadelphia,' Denver,
Baltimore Washington, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Pittsburg, San Francisco,
' Now Qrloans, Syracuse, ClnclnnaCf,
Montreal, Can., London, England.
No Mld-Wcek Game.
Morning Side Collego of Sioux City,
Iowa, have been endeavoring to com-
"ball team will meet the varsity next
Wodncsday on tfto local gridiron. The
Athletic Board feels that tho bxpense
will be too great for such 'a minor
gamo and therefore there will probably
bo no event.
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Rhetoric 27 (Newspaper Writing).
Tho regular meeting hour will bo
nlntn hrKnt.n'amanto tvhorolm thnl fnrJDl O'clock, MOndttV and Friday. FIrSt
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Fast dally train service via the
Chicago & North- Western Railway.
the double-track railway from the
Missouri River to Chicago, connect
ing . at Chicago with all lines for
all points ,East. --The trains outhe
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of'patrons.
The Best of Everything
7Vetand full Infonutlon on Application to
R. W, McGINNIS, Agent,
1024 6 Street
CMcf k NKth-WesUfi RiHwty
Arrangements havo been mado
whereby thqao wishing to take chorus
work may ' register for It this week
Without being jequlred to pay tho
three dollars domanded of those slow
to roglster. The class In chorus work
Is under the , very ablo direction of
Mrs. Raymond, and renders tho Mes
Blah each year at the last convocation
beforo tho Christmas vacation. It is
particularly deslyed that ajl who" have
evor sung tho Messiah Bhould join the
chorus this year, and mako the rendi
tion tho best yot glvon, An
other need of tho class Is a largo num
ber of men's voices, and all who fail
to mako tho Oleo Club sho.uld join tho
chorus. Tho class meets on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 5 p, m.
meeting, Friday, September 29.
S. B. GASS.,
All nows items for the Nebraskan
should bo left at tho editoriul office,
U. 204. Only business communica
tions should' bo left at the business
office, tJ. 211.
Rubber Stamps, Slericils;,
Soals, Trade Checks, Keys
Lock Smithing, General
Machlno Works, Model
308 So. Ilth, LINCOLN
Tho list of fraternity pledges and of
fraternity telephones will bo published
Saturday, September 30. Lists should
bo handed In before 5 p. m., Friday,
A WELCOME GIFT IN ANY HOMB
President Whelan announces a
meeting of tho Students' Debating
Club next Saturday evening at 8
o'clock In Union Hall. These meetings
aro open to all University students,
whether members of tho club or, not.
. Captain Chase baqo farewell' to tho
Univprsltycadet corps last evening
in a short address Which brought
forth, at 4tp closo, a loud,(cheor for tho
forrn6s commandant. Inhls speech
thovcal)tain thanked tho cadet officers
for' their loyal support of him in his
work.hfiro'nnd praised, tho. cadot body,
whlclr, as h,o" sold, is one of tho largest
battalions In any state university of
this country. a Captain Chaso ieavea.
next week octooor u ror tno nmp-
pines an'd Is succeeded by jCaptaln
John G. Worklzor, Second U S. lnfah-
try! who graduated from West Point
In tho 'plass of '97. ' .
Captain Chaso is. an efficient officer
as his work for tho Nebraska cadets
during tho last three years attests.
Through his fino system of drill ho
brought tho, local cadets from third or
fourth rank to first place in the front,
where they stand equal to tho best. By
his,-work, herewb judge the man and
know his ability. V '. .
. University Union.
Tho University Union will give their
opening reception in U. 100, Friday
ovonln'g, 'Soptenibor .29, commencing
at 8:15. An enjoyable time Is assured
and all are Invited to. attend. New
students- aro especially welcome td
partake of Union hospitality.
SONQS OF ALL THE COltEGES
Everyone likes a college long, and thli book b an'
Ideal cite to place on the piano for bne'i friends to
enjoy, even, though one tings not. at all himself ' '
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Remarkable Reduction in Rates to the
On October 3 an'4 17 'November 7
and $1, December 5 and 19, tho Mis
souri Pacific will sell round trip tick
ets to many points In Southwestern
Missouri"; Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana at 76
per cont of tho one wnyf rate.
For example, r.ou.h ttlp rato to Ft.
Worth, Tex., will be $.65, tp Galves
ton,, $20.35, to Oklahoma City, $1.0.00,
etc, Two dally trains, with Pullman
sloepor ovdry night to Kansas City.
"'Fuji information' at City Tlpket Of
fice, Sr W. Cor. 12th & O streets.
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Start the school year right by get
ting a nice engraved or printed card.
George Brps., printers,. Fraternity
Bldg.;'13th and'N Sts.
; Eat at Don Cameron's now restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.'
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