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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1906)
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IIOWB'8 I'AIIMAMKNTAKY I'SARIS
Uv nil ingenious t'Mrtnrmngeiiicnt of tlie
whiile subject-mdl let of pructicul parliament
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VOYAGE AROUND A 8TAR
On the Biograph
University Vesper services, 5 p. m.,
1 Band Informal, Memorial Hall.
Thoro is no tlmo like. Harris 'tinier
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
ter soo Harris, tho watch doctor,1137
O St. -
- China Tainting classes" dn Saturdays
and Thursdays. Careful firing. Kath
leen Hockstrassor, C45 South Four
teenth street. Phone, A 2098.
LOST A fraternity monogram stick
pin, sot with pearls. Finder pleaBO re
turn to Nebr.askan ofllco and receive
McVoy Printing Co., 125 No. 12tli 8t.,
has turned out some neat, work for
Why not take your baths at Chris
Bath House, corner Ilth and P Sta.?
Yo.u will be satisfied with Cameron's
It hns been arrangod to glvo up
botanical rooms 108 and 110 In-No-J
braska Hall for tho uso of tho Stato
Horticultural Society for tholr annual
mooting, January 15, 16 and 17. Tho
mootlngs for papors will bo hold In
tho locturo room (110), while tho lab
oratory tables will bo uiod for tho dis
play of apples. Lectures and labora
tory work In General Botany .will bo
suBpondod for these three days, but
will contlnuo without Interruption for
all other classes. Laboratory work
will bo resumed as usual on Friday,
tho 18th. For many years tho Horti
cultural Society used to meet In tho
botanical rooms, but two or thrco
years ago they began 4.0 meet at tho
Farm. Thoy have concluded now to
come back to tho campus again, great
ly to tho delight of tho botanical stu
dents, who "small apples.
Dr. Besscy Not Going to Florida.
Contrary to tho reports In tho dally
papers, Dr, Besscy Is not going to
Baton Kouge, La., to read a.papor, nor
Is ho going fioin thuo-to Florida, as
tho papors say. He proposes to stay
by his classes until tho holidays, whon
ho is planning to go to Now York to
attend soma botanical mootlngs, and
at tholr close ho hopes to take a run
down Into Florida to soo tho country
and tho people, and Incidentally to
do some colloctlng of subtropical sea
weed. Chancellor Andrews left ycBtorday
for Fullorton, whoro ho dolivored a
speech last night. Tonight ho will
deliver an address boforo tho Pal
ladlan Society and ono later In tho
evening in ono of tho churches In tho
city. After this ho takes tho train for
Baton Ilougo, La., whoro ho will at
tend the scientific and educational
conventions which will be hold thero
next week. Many of tho faculty will
bo In attondance.
Prof. A. S. Johnson of tho depart
ment of Political Economy and Com
morco has received an Invitation from
tho department of Economics of tho
University of Wisconsin to glvo a
number of lectures thoro on various
general and special subjoctsy If able
to accept, Professor Johnson will
spend a few days thoro directly after
mo unnsimas iiouuuyB
Students In Economic Geology, hav
ing completed a study of tho leading
sandstones and limestones in tho
United States, are now working on
tho samlB and gravels of Nebraska.
Each student must sample and Iden
tify at least sands, and also bo ablo
to describe all building stones of eco
nomic importance In tho stato.
Mr. A. E. Slialflon of tho Stato His
torical Society, Is collecting and ar
ranging a complete sot of pamphlet
lawsfrom tho different states .and
territories for ttfo uso of momJiars of
tho legislature, Tho subjects which
thoso'laws cover aro: Insurance, rail
roads, corporations, schools, game,
roads and revenues. -
Junior Party Committee.
Tho Junior party committee mot In
U. 110 yesterday at chapel time. Plans
for tho coming party woro discussed.
It was decided to havo tho party Fri
day, November 16, at Memorial Hall.
Another meeting of tho commltteo will
be held next Tuesday.
Junior Prom Committee.
The Junior Prom committee mot at
chapel time yesterday, but adjourned
lmmodlatojyon account of tho Junlor
Sonlor class meeting. Another meet
ing of the commltteo will bo held next
to havo yon cohio and see us on
all sorts of
ospoclally on Boxing Glovos,
Punching Bags, 'etc.
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