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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1905)
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TOMMY, THE CATERER.
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Eat at tho Uni. MubIc Cafe.
Seniors, got pictures taken at Ken
nedy's. acorgo Bros., Frintors, 13th & N.
Chapln. Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
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"THE UNI'8 INDI8PENSIBLE."
Wo certainly know how.. Lady atten
dant If desired.
12th AND O
"FOLLOW THE FLAG.'
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Ohio, Kontucky, Western Pennsylva
nia, Now York and West Virginia, at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
Tho WABASH has solid road-bed,
rock ballast, and now' equipment; re
clining chair cars (SEATS FREE).
For rates, maps and all Information
call at Wabash City Offlco, 1G01 Far
uam St, or address
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nfnviw Ttfiifln nF onlnlon fr whathe
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ent t roe. Oldest annoy tor aaourinsMteiiU.
Patent takes throngta Mnna hOo. reoetre
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A. handsomely illustrated weekly.
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Hep, Hie Drug Gutter
1321 O St.
WE KNOW HOW TO PRINT
ANYTHING. LET US CON
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Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Claire Andorson, '08, and Mildred
Steen of St. Paul, Nobr., arc University
Printing 3oorgo Bros., 13th & N.
Don't forget tho Unl. School of Muslc-
Lieutenant Overstroot, a former etu
dont of tho University, stopped In Lin
coln long onough Monday to greet his
tickets Unl. Dining
Seniors, got pictures taken before
Try tho Unl. Dining Room,
Sonlor girls hand tholr names to
tho Sonlor captain. Juniors, Sopho
mores and Freshmen do tho samo.
What for? Ask.
Co., Baggage. Both
meals. Phoenix Res
Tho Y. W. C. A. will give a reception
to Its now members and Icf all other
University girls this afternoon from
two to five in tho Association rooms.
Eat at Don Cameron's now restau
rant, 119 So. 12th St.
A young woman's shoo, Sorosls.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 O Street
Tho Forest Club moots Friday even
lng, December 15, at o'clock In N.
110. Mr. W. H. Holn will give a talk
on "Forestry In Porto Rico." Apple
food after tho program.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of thooyd,
oar, noso and throat. Richards block.
Union Shining Parlor Shlno, flvo
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St
A. E. Hlbnor and Burt Bay of tho
Eloctrlcal Engineering department
havo been promised positions with tho
"WestlnghouBo Manuafcturlng company
of Plttsbtrrg, Pa., where they expect to
go after graduation in. February.
Seniors;- have pictures taken at Ken
nedy's, South Twelfth stroot, before
Mr. E. O. Elecko, after a successful,
summer's work in the study of forest
TlantatlQns iff Iowa, has boon trans
ferred to Washington, D. o., where he
will pond tho winter" in offlco work
with tho United States Forest Service.
Sonlors should hava nlbturos takon
at Kennedy's, South T-wolf tE7 street,
for the Senlqr book.
Will Make the Trip.
Tho manager of the freshman basket-ball
team fs making arrangements
for a trip during tho Christmas vaca
tion, beginning December 26.- It is
proposed to play gamps at Crete, Table
Itock,?Tocumsoh and Geneva; if thoy
can be scheduled. Already favorable
answers havo boon recqlved from the
two farmer tbwne. Tho f reaumoii have'
a remarkably flno tdain, being com
nosed of experienced player? from the
hlgfi'sqhools of 'Lincoln" an,d" Omaha1,
tnd' if they make ih6 tHi, will doubt
lessly win most of tho game. ,
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Send for the fflcutn Catalogue and Experience Book to-dau. Free for 3 ttamps.
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FRESHMAN CLA83 MEETING.
A largo part of tho freshman class
mot in tho Chemistry lecture room
yostorday morning at tho chapel hour
to transact routine business and listen
to reports of committees Tho com
mltteo having tho important class con
stitution In charge made a final report,
and tho proposed articles wore adopt
ed immediately, tho class dispensing
with tho unnecessary reading, which
would be a waste of tlmo and effort i
Thorcolor committee then reported in
favor of maroon and old gold, and tho
latter long-suffering color was again
drafted into servico by a first year
class. Tho yell committee displayed
more originality. Tho cnalrmanron
dored a propor version of tho selec
tion, but It was somo tlmo before it
could be interpreted into ordinary
sounds. Nominally, it roadaas fol
lows: ' .
Naught nine, naught nine! ;
With considerable trepidation,
which thoy endeavored to conceal with
a bravado, tho members ojl tho. cap
committee reported in favor of tho
plan, and Chancellor Andrews efforts
to procure peace and brotherly lovo
between tho two lower classes took
wings. To show tholr confidence in
their own ability to keep their head
gear, or else to throw additional temp
tation in the way of tho sophomores
'who are treading tho path of virtu o,. it
was decided to wear caps this winter,
when a bare head would be far from
comfortable. It is safe to say that' the'
'chairman of tho committee, ir. Run
ner, will, not rest easy for many a
night'- t '
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Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Itlchar.ls Blk.
Store, Tnc go ctutt.
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