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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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GOOD HEALTH CAfE
Kiw LMillM-'-Cir. 12th ui ?:
Official Foot Ball Guide
j r FOR 1905
.J h. Edited by WALTER .CAMP.
Containing tho nowly rovlsod-'OFFI-
HAL PLAYING RULES nnd pictures
misleading teams, embracing ovor 2,500
pjayors. PRICE, 10 CENT8
f?pt sale' by, all Newsdoalors, Athletic
' rinnila Tlnnlnrn nnrl Donnrl-.
j mont Stores.
Spalding's cataloguo of all athlotlc
Sports mailed, free to any address.
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Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Kan
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Now Orleans, Sy racusosCInclnnatl,
Montreal, Can.,, London, England.
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To'ttiany points in Illinois,-Indiana,
Ohio. Kentucky, Wostorn Pennsylva-,
nla, ewYork and Wost Virginia, au
GREATLY TtEDUGED RATES.
The WABASH lias BOlld road-bod,
rook ballast, and now equipment; re-
cllhlng chair cars(SEATS FREE).
For, rates, mans arid all Information
call,'at Wabash City Offlco 1601 Far-
urtuT St., or address ,
HARRY E. MOORES.
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A kora,y mwtnrted wceklr. Ijirgest cli
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jfwt fop months, $1. Soiabjra'.l TioTrsrtontor;.
.BwiMk mS7m r 8U Wnihinaton. u. C.
ONE DAY NEARER.
Date for the County Fair Rapidly
Don't forget tho groat County Fair,
which Is to. bo given 1 ntho Armory on
faovomhor 26, tho night of tho Doane
gamo. Thoro will be all sorts of godd
things to eat, and better things to see.
Fortune tollers will bo thoro, and the
futuro will be like an open book. Dr
Bplton will bo thoro, too, and ho Is
worth tho price of admission himself.
Dramatlo Club Test.
The first test for membership In the
Dramatic Club will be held Monday,
Novembor 27. All who desire to be
come mombors of tho club should hand
In their nanies to Miss Howell and con
sult With her' regarding the character
of thoir soloctlons. The Dramatic
Club is now open, to any regularly
matriculated student or moraber of
tho faculty. It Is desired to ralso the
. . . ' . .
Btandard ot tho club and monibershlp
will bo limited to those of ability In
dramatic work. '
If the "Baby Show" at the County
Fair Is anything like Its rohersals,
tho price or admission Is much too
-Bmall. It Is reported that the "Worm
and ButtorHy" song as sung by the
"Babies" Isvalono worth the present
price. Another feature of tho "show"
Is tho tableauglvon In connection
with tho "Hen.nnu Roosters" motion
song. Y v
DV. E. A. Bossoy, 'OG, publishes, in
tho Journal of Mycrology a ton-page
translation of a Russian paper on tho
diseases of plants in the omplreof
Russia. It treatB of the diseases ot
cereals, grasses, plants, vegetables
and garden plants, fruit trees, berries,
grapes, forest trees, garden and orna
montal plants, and tropical and- sub
Although Its camjhis la some two
miles squaro and Its mnlo Attendance
approximately one thousand, Leland
Stanford Junior University recently
decreed that it could conveniently.
tolftrato co-eds not to oxceed five hun
drod hi number. Tho men who had
.. .. . .1,1 . .i
mo nerve 10 issue Hint uecree ueservo
Tljo University men employed by
tho Westlnghouse Electrlqal company
of Plttsburgliavo organized d Univer
sity lib In which eight different unl-
vorsltles of fills country nro repre
sented. Nebraska stands third in
"Lord" Roberts, C. E. '0G, who-hus
been with tho Rock Island since last
May, Is again In school. During the
summer Mr. Roberts assisted the engineering-departmontJbf
tlint road in
three states Kansas. Iowa and'Ne
Tho students In Botany 13 (Syste
matIcBotany) are now handing In
their lists of tho treeson tho campus.
Their lists Include over thirty .differ
ent species of trees now growing on
tho campus besides a large number of
the troo-llko shrubs.
Among tho rnthpr rare trees on the
campus aro sovoral specimens of
English elm, Camperdown elm, Eng
lish oak,' and Norway pine.
.C. R. Fulton, C. E. '08, Is engaged
wltli tho Burlington at Cawloy, Wyonv
lng,- wlloro tlmt road la," extending Us
line from' Cody Into tho Shoshone
country.- ' "
LOST On campus. Sigma Phi pin
.with inltlnls'D. H.". in, hack. Return
AND, RETURN $6.00
Cornhuskers vs. Gophers.
Three special trains via Northwestern
lino will leave C. & N. W. depot,
Ninth and S streets, Friday evening,
Nov. 17th. First train of standard
and tourist sleepers at 5 p. m. Sec
ond train of tourist sleepers, 6:30 p.
m. Third train, chair cars and
coaches, 6 p. m. all due to arrive
Minneapolis Saturday morning at 7,
7:30 ond 8 a. m., respectively. All
students should bo at tho dopot not
later thanl:30 p. m., Friday, that
they may bo properly located In tho
cars and enable tho Northwestern line
representative to start tho trains out
on schedulo time. It Is also impor
tant to mako sleeping car reserva
tions at once, otherwise n large num
bor of students may be deprived of
berths, the general public having
taken up a large number of berths up
to tho present. Returning, special
trains will leave Minneapolis at G p.
m., GJ30 p. m. and 7 p. m., Sunday
evening. Tickets will also be honored
ori all regular trulns from Minneapolis
Saturday or Sunday, but not later
than Sunday evening. Diagrams of
cars and berth reservations at C. &
N. W. City Ticket Offlce, 1024 O Btreec.
.LEST WE E0RGET.
Eat at tho Unl. Music Cafo.
Suit cases, $2.00 and up, 103G O.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th. '
Dr. Haggard, '212-213 Richards Hlk.
Trunks and Bags, Wirlck's, 1036 O.
Chnpln Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Eat at Don Cameron's now restau
rant, 119 So. '12th St
Dou'L forget tho TJnI. School ot Music
Cafo. x .
Star Delivery Co.,- Baggage.
NBest lucent meals,
TryHhe Unl. Dining Room. You will
Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St.
Remember tho Y.
Fair, 'November 25.
Dr. Woodward, disease,
oar, noso and throat. Rich
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