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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
-jss ALUMNI .
"THE UNI'8 INDI8PEN8IBLE."
Wo certainly know how.. Lady atten
dant If desired.
H. A. Meier, '99, Law 00, Is practic
ing Inw In Lincoln.
Miss PotrnBhoR, '05, 1b teaching In
the Missouri Valley High School.
Alleno Mcjoachron, '05, is assistant
principal of the high school at Tobias,
II. P. Loavitt, '98, is hero on busi
ness connected with The Nebraskan,
of which ho Is a director.
J. R. Bonder, '05, hnB charge of the
Physical Training Department at the
South Dakota Agricultural College at
Jno. L. Sheldon, '05, Is plant pathol
ogist at tho West Virginia A'grlcul'
tural Experiment Station at Morgan
town, West Virginia."
Official Foot Ball Guide
Edited by WALTER CAMP.
Containing tho nowly rovlsod OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading toams, orilbraclng over 2,500
players. PRfCE, 10 CENTS
For .aalo by all NowsdoalorBK Athletic
Goods Doalors and Depart-
Spalding's catalogue of all athlotlc
sports mnllod free to any address.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Now York. Boston, Buffalo, Chicago
Mhioapol!s, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Kan
sas? City, Pittsburg, San FranciBco
Now Orloans, Syracuse, Cincinnati,
: Montroal, Can., London, England.
Fred Hunter, '05, who Is principal
of tho Fairmont High School, Is in
Lincoln' to attend tho meeting of the
Superintendents' and Principals' Association.
Frank Beers, '05, is up from Bea
trice, to seo tho Knox game. Boors
was 4xjnombor of tho Athletic Board
amLbasket-ball manager In 1904-05.
Ho Is teaching In Beatrice now.
Chas. M. MaUicwson, having com
pleted tho courschof the Norfolk Busl
hcs3 College, lias taken a position
with tho Farmers and Traders Bank at
Wakefield, and ossumed his,, duties
Monday morning. .
Doan Drlscoll, who was kept from
OnlHliInir with his class last Bprlng on
account of the Illness of his father, is
In Boise. Ho xrltes tnnt there are
several Nebraska students in that city
and a University club Isxto bo formed
Hartor, '03, now of thoTJ. S.
' Union Pacific
8EPT. 15 TO OCT. 31, 1905.
AA to San Francisco, Los
iUU Anoles", San Diego, and
many other California
' , : - .points. Q
) fA to' Evprott, Falvhuvcn,
,)faJiUU "Whatcdm, Vancouver
tf 1T? AA to Portland, Astoria,
"pZJ.UU Tacoma and Seattle
&r gi to Ashland, ltosbburg.
ri fill Eugono, Albany nhd Sa
pt.ts.vv loni( IncludIng branch
lines In Oregon.
Dnnnrtinnnf rt Arrrlnnltnrn nivl'alK
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Plant Pathology,, is horo again' in order
to completo -his work for tho Mastor's
dogreo. His Thesis was accepted some
months ngp, and has-been published,
and ho has now'como to take his final
public examination before tho Gradu
School of Music Cafe now open.
Dress suits, $35and up. Ludwlg's.
Dr. Haggard, 212-2-3 Richards Blk.
Unl Music Cafe, $3.00 tickets, $2.85.
Chapln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Star Delivery Co., Baggage. Both
Lincoln LocalExpress, 1234 O St
Both phones. X
Prosldpnt Angoll of Michigan began
his thirty-fifth year as tho head of that
institution this fall.
Dean Cooloy of tho Michigan Engi
neorbig Colloge favors a 3lx-year
course for engineers.
Princeton has thirty-five candidates
fotvttio cross country team.
Novombor 1st Js. tho dato fixed for
tho cadot8xtp bo In tholr uniforms.
That means that all measurements
should bo handedxln at onco. Paino's
Clothing Store. X.
All students taking courses 10 and
23 in Chemistry ar.o requested to meetl
in mo lecture room at a o'clyck Satin
day morning. .Any having conflicts
with this hour come as sooh as pos
sible. George Barrowman, Instructor.
CA to Spokano and lntor
modlato O. R. & N
points to Wonatchoo
and intermediate points,
to Butte, Anaconda,
Helena, and all Inter-
. mqdlato main, Una
firlA A A to Ogdon ad Salt Lake'
ypJmJj City, and lntormediato
main lino points.
For't ulIY information call tm or nddross
E. B. 8U0880N,
Purdue Unlvorsity has a $40,0P0 ap
propriation for a civil onglnoortng
building, which is available on and
after Novombor, 1905.
At a meeting of tho mombors of tho
Princeton University track team, Wil
liam Motcalf Armstrong, 07, of Oak
mont, Pa., was elected captain for tho
coming year, In place of Sumner R.
Tho soniore of ICansaa University
arqready to donate the proceeds of tho
junTbannual to a "loan fund." They
havo passed tho annual stage and are
now reidy to plan for their lower
classmates. , .
Through tho will of tho late Dr. A.
F. Elliot, of California, tho University
of Minnesota will receive $200,000 for
the erection of. a public hospital for the'
benefit of tho department In medicine
and surgery. . . "
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she can read, she must bo able to SEE
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OPBR O A. M. TO 1 A. M.
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and 21, 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 75
por""cont.of the one way rate.
For example, round trip rate to Ft.
Worth, Tox., will bo $13.65, to Galves
ton, $20.35,- ,to Oklahoma Olty, $10.00,
etc. Two dally trains, with Pullman
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