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THE DAlUY NEBRA8KAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERIR.
Gcorgo Bros., Printers, 13th & N.
New Trunks, Now Bags, 103G O.
Dr. Jones' class in English History
3 Is writing n paper on "Feudalism."
Chnpin Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Dr. Thomas, Rectal Diseases. 1319 O.
"THE UNI'S INDI8PEN8IBLE."
We certainly know how.. Lady atten
dant if desired.
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University Text Books,
Drawing Paper, Tracing '
Cleth, Cross Section and
Profile papers, and other
127 South llth Str.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
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HALLS. 1308 O STREET
' Miss Henrietta Roeso, '01, visited
Unlvorslty frlonds during the Thanks
Don't forgot tho Uul. School of Music
tickets Uni. Dining
".Tudgo" Wellemslck, law '04, was up
from Falrbury to spend Thanksgiving
nmong Lincoln friends.
Try the Uni. Dining Room,
Star Delivery Co., Baggage.
Frank Crawford, of Omaha, one of
Nebraska's first coaches, was down
for tho banquot last night.
Best 15-cent meals,
Lincoln Local Express,' 1343 O St.
Frank Beers and Victor Crngo, both
'05 men, wore University. visitors dur
ing tho Thanksgiving recess.
Romember tho Y. W. C. A. County
Fair, Novojnpor 25.
Gqo. A. Loe, '03, law '05, who is at
present teaching rhotorio in tho Bea
trict High School, was in tho city for
Eat at Don Cameron's new roetau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.
Allco Venters, '05, at present Instruc
tor in scionco in tho Kearney High
School, was another of tho alumni to
visit tho University last week.
Sam .Recso, law and acudemic '04,
spent last week among University
frlonds. Sam Is at present with tho
Reese Publishing company of Omaha.
Walkover shoes for college men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O St.
Hon. C. M. Skiles, county judge at
David City, und one of tho best ends
who over playod on tho Cornhuskdr
team, was at tho banquot last night,
and rcspondod to a toast.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of the oyo,
ear, nose and throat. Richards blocks
Tho Students' Debating Club, at its
next mooting, will debato tho question,
"Resolved, That tho tax of twenty
flyo cents, charged to students whp
voto for 'members of tho University
AthTotlc Board, should bo repealed."
See tho special bargain history pa
per at tho University. Book Store.
Herbert States, '05r-captaln of last
year's track team and one of Nebras
ka's most successful Jong-distance
menTwas married Thanksgiving even
ing to Miss Mlgnon THckey, formerly
a student of tho ArtSchool. Mr.
States is at present engaged In stock
raising nenr Lander, Wyoming.
WANTED Every user or prospec
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trial of tho VISIBLE Underwood.
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Frank A. Peterson' has recolved
word from Arthur H. Marsh, with
whom ho Hod in tho examinations for
tho Rhodes -Scholarship. Mr. Marsh
is registered In tho Keblo College of
Oxford University.' He is tho only
Rhodes Scholar in (hat. college from
America'. . - -
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At Your Boot Stort.
Tho annual production .of the fa
mous "Messiah" will fill the last con
vocation peribd before tho holidays,
Wednesday, December 20. Tho solo
ists are already engaged and are work
ing on their parts. Mrs. Raymond la
anxious to have as large a chorus us
posBiblo, and urges all who havo ever
participated in a rendition of the
'Messiah" to come to as many of thj
rehearsals as they can, whether they
belong to tho chorus or Hot, nnd to
take part in the production. Ro
hoarsals arc held Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday at five o'clock in Me
Tho Northwest Nebraska Education
al Association met ' at Crawford on
Friday and Saturday, December ami
2. A vory cSmpleto program was ar
ranged and a number of prominent
educators from this part of tho state
wore set down for speeches. Tho prin
cipal address of the Saturday morn
ing session was delivered 'by Inspector
Hodgmnn, whose topic was "Tho Other
Side: A Defense of Teachers Against
tho Charge That Modern American
Lawlessness Has Its Seat In Lax
' Football Men Feasted.
Sam Westerflold gave th6 football
men the annual banquet at his restau
rant last Friday night. About twenty
men were present and enjoyed the
feast thoroughly. Dr. Pound presided
and a number of toastB were given.
The convocation- hour tomorrow
morning will bo filled by a lecture by
Professor Barbor von "Homes of Pom
peii." The lecture will bo illustrated
with a. number of colored Ian torn
Y. "W. C. A. Leaders for Noon Meet
ings. Tuesday Miss Po(tlt;
Wednesday Miss Kdtridge.
Thursday Miss Jameson.
Friday Miss Kiewit.
Conferences with tho thomo-readers
will take the place of class meeting
today (Tuesday, Dec. 5).
Bat at tho Uni. Music Cafe.
liver Cigar Co., 135-137. No., 13th.
VrUt $6 itmtt.
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, soo Union
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