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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1907)
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"Recently at Florence tho bones of y
a loess man wero iounu ana pui to
gether by Professor Barbour. This
Is quite an epoch In. geology. It Is
supposed that this country was In-
habited oven before Columbus dis- X
"The world was onco a nebular hy
"Tho three commonest rocks are
folspar, lava and strata."
"Three common iron ores aro gold,
silver and fin."
"The rock-destroying agents aro
powder and dynamite"
"Tho nebular hypothesis is a mass
which sometimes collects in a ball
and at other times has a tall." ,
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YOUR PATR0NA6E SOLICITED.
Sigma XI Orator.
Tho Sigma Xi oration will bo given
at Art Hall by Dr. Charles Sedgwick I
Mlnot. Dr. Ml not is a professor in the
School of Medicine at Harvard. His
subject will be, "The Biological 'inter
pretation of Life."
Tho C. E. Department is in receipt
of letters from tho Department of Ag--j
rlculturo and tho Department of tho i
Interior announcing examinations for j
Geological Survey, Drainage Irrlga-!
tlon, and Reclamation Service. Those I
for the Geological Survey and Roclam-1
ation Service are to bo held March 14-1
15. These letters aro open to inspec-1
tlon by all Senior C. E. students.
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If you want to go out in society
dress right. We make clothes
to fit you. Not made for a dum
my and altered to fit you. Dress
Suits or Tuxedo Suits to order
$30. '00 up. Suits and Overcoats
to order $20.00 up.
Latest Eastern Styles
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, ol course
317 South Twelfth St.
Students in Mathmetics are more
numerous than over, some of tho divi
sions being so crowded that those In
attendance have been compelled to
sit on window sills, and to stand in
corners. One half of tho five hun
dred or more students taking tills sub
ject are in Mathmetics 2.
Information About Summer School.
All persons desiring information
about tho Summer School to bo hold
at tho close of the present school
year will see Prof. P. H. Gr;ummann
in U. Ill, Tuesday and Thursday, 10 to
12 a. m. and 3 to 5 p. m.
Professor Candy has boon appointed
acting inspector of high schools In
place of Professor Hodgmaa who
leaves for Macalester College, Satur
will, bo to care for tho bulky corres
pondence of this position.
hoe Troubles Go Off.
Rogers & Perkins
1129 O Street.
Professor Skinner Called Away.
Professor C. A. Skinner of ,tho
Physics department was called to
David City yesterday by tho aerloiiB
illness of his father.
Jos. Zavodsky after receiving his de
gree at the mid-semester excercises
will go into theoretical test-work for
tho Burlington Railroad Company at
their laboratory in Illinois.
All members of tho Pershing Rifles
are requested to bo out tomorrow
night. A very Important matter re
garding uniforms will come up for discussion.
County Superintendent, C. O. Stew
art of York is taking work at the Uni
versity UiIb somoster snd will receive
his degree In Juno.
ALWAY8 PA88 BECAUSE THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally 'as Best for Athletes.
SEND FOR THBBE BOOKS NOW TEN OHNTS PER COPT '
No. 288. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Guliok, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Sohools. ''
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. By M. C. Murphy, thewell-
known Athletic Trainer, now with Univ. of Pennr
No. 24G. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys. .By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a famouBafhleto hlnnelf.
A copy of our comploto catalogue of athletlo goods,wiU be mailed Tupon
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