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BARBER SHOPS Oreon's Palace.
BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Ufni. Book Store,
BAKERY Petry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Wosterfiold, Don Cameron,-
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller ft
CIGARS Llndsey, Ed. Young.
OLOTHING-Armstrong; Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, The Sterling.
COAL Gregory, WhitobreasL
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
Bom. DRY GOODS Miller & Palno, HOrpol
shelraer, Rudgo & Guenzol.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs.
FLORIBTS Chapin Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
HABERDASHERY-$2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. 0. Bell.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallett, F. B.
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mellek,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Cehturyj Georgo
Bros., McVey, Simmons, Tho Ivy
MUSIC Curtice, Orancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SUITORIUM J. 0. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
writer. .Co. r
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
Tryouta for Charter Day, 3:00 p. m.
Students' Debating Club, 8:00 p. m.,
Kansas vs. Nebraska. Basket-ball
8:15 p. m. Armory.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Prof.
Nathan Bornsteln (Omaha High
School), "A Now Ideal.' '
Fifth Students' Recital of the
School of Music, Mem. Hall, 8:00
p. m. sharp.
Freshman class meeting, 11:30 a. m.
First annual gymnasium contest,
8:15 p. m.
Second Senior play tryout for men,
7:30 p. m., Union Hall.
Sophomore class meeting, 11:30 p.
m. Election of officers. Mem.
' . Hall.
Indoor athletic contest, '3:00 p. m.
a Mid-winter Commencement, 8:00 p.
m., Mem. Hall.
Medical Society meet In M. 301, 8:00
p. to. Address by C. W. M. Poynton.
English Club meets with Miss Gar
ver, 8:00 p. m.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate.' Mem.
Kate Lee Is pledged to "Alpha Omsi
con PI. ,
The Senior Prom has been announ
ced for April 14th.
Mary Minor, K. K, G., has gone with
a party of friends on a trip to Cuba.
J. F, Kryder and A. G. Hastings se
cured positions in the electrical de
partment of the Westlnghouse company.
Will Read a Paper at Convention in
Two yoara ago at the roquost of the
department of secondary education the
N. E. A. appointed a committee of
seventeen representative school men
(the membership of this commlttbo is
given in Tho University Journal for
December, 1900) to study and roport
on the academic and professional re
quirements necessary for tho high
school teacherT The object boing to
set up a standard of requirements for
high school teachers that will elovato
the profession and bo generally ac
cepted as both reasonable and neces
sary. Nebraska is represented on the
committee by Professor Luckey and It
is owing to a promised paper boforo
that committee ut the Superintendent's
Convention in Chicago, Fobruary 25
28, that he has been delayed for sev
eral weeks In his anticipated trip to
Europe. ' ,
8oph 8kldoo 8oclal Report.
Tickets sold at door $13.31
Tlckdts sold by committee.... 17.75
To University for hall, lights
and janitor $ 5.00
To Maxwell's for refreshments. 7.40
To New Century for printing. . . 4.75
To Abbott for orchestra 8.50
To Miller & Paine for pencils
and ribbon 95
To tacks, candy and decorations .35
Total receipts '. $31.06
Total expenditures 26.95
Balance ............. i $ 4.11
ROY L. NELSON,
STUART P. DOBBS,
Treasurer of Committee.
The following former students wero
among those returning for the Junior
Prom: Edith Butler, Grace McMIl
land, Edna Baker, Mary Bedwell, Faith
Hoel, Hazel Dovoy, Mrs. Jane McFar
land Douglass, Loulso Woodruff, Kath
erlne Lumery, Alma Vandoveer, Jane
Bunt, Luella Lansing, and Edith
' Professor G. W. A. Luckey has been
asked by the president of the child
study department of the N. E. A. to
give one of the principal papers boforo
that Boctlon at the annual meeting of
the N. E. A. at Los Angeles In July,
but' will probably have to decline the
honor owing to his trip abroad.
MeSsrs.J. D. Pollock, E. W. Brigham,
W. R. Palmer, and A. K. Sears mem
bers of the class of 1906 are now em
ployed by the peneral Electric Com
pany of Chicago.
The Engineering library has recent-,
ly received a number of new books on
Mechanical Engineering. The Elec
tric Journal also Is on file at the Li-
Miss Dorothy Mayland, a former uni
versity student, has resigned her posi
tion as principal of the Fairmont high
school and Emma Schrelb'or, '06, has
been elected to fiirthe vacancy. Miss
Mayland was called home by tho
death of a member of her family.
Harry L. Swan, '08, has left school
for (the semester to accept a position
on the road with a lyceum bureau. He
will enter school again next fall.
John Westovor is estimating the
bridge work for, the Tri-State Irriga
tion Company with, the Intention of
making a bid for the' contract
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