The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1905, Image 4

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tlonsBtrlotlrooiindentlal. HAHD80QK on I'atonta.
aont free Olctoet agency for eocurintt patents.
Patent taken through Munn & Co. rocelre
CfKclal notice, without jename, la the
Scientific American.
A baridiomoly lilnntratod weekly. I-arecst clj
culatlou nf nuy acleiitltlo Journal. Terms, 3 a
year: fourruontliB.fi. Bold by ull novTBdealer.
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Branch
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Freshman Meeting.
Tho Freshmen mot hafmbnlously In
tlrt chapel yesterday niorning flnd
completed tho election of officers. Tho
following "members of tho class wero
elected to ofllco by good-sized majorl
ties: f
Vice-president -S. P. Dobbs.
Secretary Vera Fink.
Treasurer Lynn Fossler.
Sorgennt-at-Arms Robert Taylor.
Following tho election of' ofllcers,
the class passed a motion, mado by
S. M. Rinakor, investing tho president
with power to appoint nil the Fresh
man committees. Tho -president was
also directed to appoint an athletic
commltteo of three nnd a resolution
committee. Tho former committee
will co-oporato with a similar Sopho
moro committee to arrange, an athlotic
carnival in which tho two lower
classes will bo the participants. The
proccods of this carpival will be used
to pay tho damage dono to the pipe
organ in Memorial Hall during tho re
cent class election. Albert Jenkins,
D. Harrison and R. .1. Sears aro the
mombers of this committee.
Tho resolution commltteo, composed
qf S. M. Rinakor, James Benson, nnd
Paul Burt, wero intsructod to draw up
a resolution pledging the Freshman
class to refrain from nny unnecessary
or barbaric manifestations of class
spirit and to co-operate, with the
Sophomores in preserving peaco be
tween tho two classes. This commlt
teo was also delegated to arrango a
cane-rush with tho second year class.
Moot Courts Sit.
Tho Supremo and District courts
of tho Collego of Law convened Sat
urday for tho first time in tho new
school year. A noticeable feature in
tho District court wero tho motions to
quash proceedingsrw-hlch wero five In
number, and ono motion to strike
from tho files. This Is a repetition
bt'what has taken place in former
yeiirs and Is tho result of too much
httsto bn tho part of tho plalntlffBTnnd
not enough time to go Into all tho de
tails. In tho. Supreme court, ono cause was
argued by Glbsonvand Pnrrlott, attor
neys for appolloo,and Martin and
Hutchinson, attornoysX for appellant.
Tho talks, on both sides wore evidenced
of ctfroful work and wero Very good
arguments.
Professor Fogg, after hearing tho
arguments, gave some vory good
pointers on how they might havo boon
Improved from a rhetorical stand
point. Tho proceedings ns a whole wore
pleusinET and when- it Is taken into
consideration that this was tho first
session of tho courts and no groat
amount of . tlmo was possible for tho
preparation, there are good grounds to
look forward tdsomo excellent work
in tho moot courts, in tho future
Notice.
Senior Cap and-Gown Commltteo
will tako orders in tho uaBomont of
main hall from ono until six on Tues
day and Thursday.
Notice.
Candidates for tho
basket-ball team meet In
eleven today,
Sophomore
U. Ill at
University pennants will be on salo
at tho .Y. W. C. A. rooms from this
time, on'. They" will" also bo sold at tho
County Fair, November 25.
Lost Gold signet ring on tho cam
pus Monday, November fi. Rotnrn to
tho Nobraskmi ofllco. . '
"Perkins' aSwodlsh'' gymnasium
shoes at Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O
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And believe that every -loyal University
student should patronize Nebraskan ad
vertisers. They will 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?
MENTION THE '
DAILY NEBRASKAN
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LEST WE FORGET..
Eat at tho Unt. Music Cafe.
Suit cases, ?2.00 and up, 1036 O.
Ollvor Cigar Cq., 135-137 No. 13th.
.Dr. Haggard. 212-213 Richard Blk.
Clrapin Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Dr. Thbinas, Rectal Diseases. '1319 O.
Eat at DonXCameron's now . restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.'
Don't forget tho Uhl
School of Music
Cafo.
StarDellvery
Phones.
Qo.,- Baggage. Both
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Barber Shops
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Best 15-cent
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meals. Phoenix Res-
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Lincoln Local, Express, 1234 O
Both phones.
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Sigma Tau mot at tho Kappa Sigma
hoirso Monday evening. .
A young womnn'sshoo, Sorosis.
Rogers & Perkins Co.1129 O Street.
Remember tho Y. W. C. A. County
Fair, Novombor 25.
Tho Kappa Sigmas entertained tho
visiting members of tho Ames chap
ter of Slgmn Nu Saturday evening.
Wnlkovor shoes' for collego men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St. ' . .
Dr., Woodward, diseases of tho oyo,
ear, nose and throat. Richards block.
Senior Cap and Gown commlteo will
tako orders for Soniqr pharaphornalla
In U. 107 today from one to six.
Start tho school year right toy got
tng a nico engraved or printed card.
George Bros., printers, Fraternity
Bids., 13tU and N Sts.
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