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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1905)
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THE DAIIY NEBRA8KAN,
OWNS and HOODS
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o tun AtnoriRfin coiiOKCB anu univor-
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hitJerf.. Class contracts if, specialty.
liolldtjlo matorlalB, Rbaflonn1jlo'"prlcos.
VINCE X0U. ,Kl
; !OREER-COOPER CO.
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Official Foot Ball Guide
FOR 1905 y"
Edited by WALTER CAMF
Containing, tho nowly revlsod . OKEI
CIAL' PLAYING RULES nid pictures
of loading teams, ombractng over- 2.G0J)
players. PRICE, 10 CENT8
For salo by all Nowsdealors, Athletic
Gbods Dealorg and Depart- -mont
Spalding's cataloguo of all athlotlc
Sports' mailed froo to fohy address. v
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Boston, buffalo, Chicago,
Mlrocapolls, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Pittsburg, San Francisco
Now Orloans, Syracuse, Cincinnati,
Montreal, Can., London. England.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
Tho EngineerlngSoclcty "has olected
tho following officers for tho year: St
Colo, preslderftr A. G. Hastle, vlco
presldonUyCheBter Smith, secretary;
A. E, Palen, treasurer, and O. A. Ellis,
yAil tho men who woro voted Into
(lio oocloty last year and havo not
signed tho constitution will pleaso at
tend to this at onco, as thoy are not
considered as members until they do.
Mr. O. H; Tlmmorman will 'address
tho society "next Wednesday ovonlng
on Ills experiences of.tho past year Mr.
Tlmmorman worked.,on tho S. P. L. A.
& S. L. rnilrond and also held tho po
sition of hydrographor of tho United
States Reclamation Sorvlco in Colo
rado on tho La Plata project.
E. L. Shinbur, ox '02, was recently
mrtrrled to a Michigan girl. Mr. Shin
bur is assistant engineer in tho United
States Reclamation Sorvlco and at
present is working on tho Pathfinder
dam in Wyoming,
Exams aro numerous in our depart
ment tills weok
Prof. O. V. P. Stout visited Jas.
Green at Culbortson Friday and Sat
urday of last week. Ho mado an In
spection of Jim's ditch in un auto.
New Chairs for. Lecture Room.
Tho Junior Laws aro reeling happy
because the old cano seats have been
taken out of U. 107, tho room thrit
class occupies each day, and now
chairs with book rests have been sub
stituted. ' This will bo conducive of
jiuicli comfort to tho students during
the cold months, for It Is not only
much-oaslor to write In tho now chairs,
but it is also much easier to sleep
quietly in them than In tho old seats.
HOTlrtE VlSITORS EXCURSION, NO-
To many points In Illinois, Indiana,
Ohio, 'Kentucky, Western Pennsylva
nia, Now York and West Virginia, at
, ? GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
. Tho WABASQ has 'solid road-bed,
rock ballast, and uqw oQufpmont; re
clining tshair cars (SEATS FREE).
Farrft)cfl(t maps and rill information
call fcfa Wabash CItS Offlco,' '1601- Far
nam'St., or address
Vt HARRYS. MO'ORES,
O. A P D. Wall. U. R.,y
. ' Omaha Nobr,
Five Nebraska University men aro
down on tho Isthmus of Panama, en
gaged In government Work in the ca
nal. Among them are Sargent, '02,
and Huntington, '04. Dlstanco has not
lessened their interest n football, and
thoy havo mado arrangements to have1
tho results of1 the Michigan, Minnesota
and Illinois games s$bl6aHo"thom, as
malls tako too long. A number ofi
men from tho BlgvNino colleges aro
down there also, and betting seems to
have boen voryfroo. "-
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WE BEHEYB M
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And believe that every loyal University " j
student should patronize Nebraskan ad .-
vertisers. They wilj find them to-be the
leaders in their particular lines and will
ing to do everything possible to please
you. Why not show your loyalty to the
University and to your own paper?
DAILY NEBRASK AN
I ..LEST WE E0R0ET.. g
Eat at tho Unl. Music Cafe.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Chapin Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th'.
, Star Delivery Co., Baggage. Both
Phones. k ,
Don't forget tho Unl. School of Music
Cafe., r ' '
Best 15-cent meals. Phoenix Res
taurant. -. ' .
Tho Forestry boys, with Professors.
Miller and Bessey. took advantage of
tho excursion to Nebraska City, and Botany Club meets November 0. 8
after listening to tho principal address
thoy "took to tho woods" -and studied
tho nntlvo and planted trees in Morton
Park and on Arbor Lodgo estate.
While In Nebraska, City thoy wore tho
guests of "Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, parents
of one of tho Forestry students.
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Anyona sending n tketoh unij doewlnUonaty
auloklr ascertain our opinion free whether an
luTontlon fa prohablr PftielAIa-1pommunlc-
ent froo. Oldeat sgencr for uecurlngwitenu.
Patents Uken tbroMKh Monn-Atfe,' rewire
ipteial notice, wltboat ohnrxe, In tho .
K handeotnolf lllnlralel weoWr. iJireeit ci
ciiUtlou of nny aclentlUa Journal. Tornis, $3 a
fkart four 'iiontha, $U Bold bynll tiowBilealers.
pNN&Co:381' New York
nrancti QMco, C36 7 SU Waalilnulon. I). C
A packet of dried plants for the Unl
vorsity herbarium was received from
tho Botanical Dopartmontof the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania. It represents
tho 'flora qf tho Pocofto plateau of.
Pennsylvania, a region hitherto not
Well known, botanlcally.
p. m. S. 107.
Lincoln Local Express, 1234 O St
Both, phones.- 'ft . .
Komonlan Cub meets November 4, 8
p. m. U. 10G.
Eat at Don Cameron's now restau
rant," 119 So. 12th St. . ,
A young woman's shoo, Sorosls.
Rogers. & Perkins Co., -1129 O Street.
Daniel Gutleben, familiarly known
as "Slide Rule" ban," was married to
Miss Merrinnu Church nt St. Louis,
Mich., on September 19.
Burdotto Lewis, '04, and Mort
Brown, '05, aro taking graduate work
at Cornell, the former In Sociology,
tho latter in Chemistry.
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In tho last number of Science, Pro
fessor Davis has an appreciative
sketch of tho lato Profossor Brace, It
Is n friend's tribute to tho memory pf
ono ho loved.
Fountain PensTho "Ideal," Water
man "Self-flllor," "U. of F and other
makes. The Lincoln Book Storej "
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Will sayQ'you money
on ALL University
supplies. - Largest
assortment .in the
call.: : : :
Profossor Almy's class in Phyalc-j
having its first test. ' '
Start tho school year right by "get
t'ng a. nice engraved or printed card.
George Bros.,, printers, Fraternity
BldgT3tk and N( Sts .
Indian . Curlos-Match holders In
birch bark, "smoking "sets, etc., from
10c each to 25c. Tho Lincoln .Book
If you aro tailor than most men or
shorter than tho average one, thdrb
are specially designed shapes in suits
at'Paino's Clothing Store, built to meet
just these' conditions.
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