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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1907)
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NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
6:30 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.
1 Two Eggs, Dry TonHt nnd Coffoo,
Tea or Milk 15c
2 Sllco of Bncon, Ono Egg, Hnrd
ItollB, PotntooH, Hot Cukes (2)
with Syrup, and Coffoo, Toa or
3 Broultfust Food with Crenm,
Sllco of Bacon, Ono Egg, Pota
toes, Hard Rolls and Coffoo, Toa
or Milk 25c
4 Hot Cakos (3) Strlpnod with
Bacon rind Coffoo, Toa or Milk . . 15c
B Plain Steak, Potatoos, Rolls,
Hot Cakes (2) with Syrup and
Coffee, Tea or Milk 25c
C Plain Omelet, Rasher of Baoon,
Rolls, Potatoes, and Coffee, Tea
or Milk 30c
7 Hani or Bacon and Eggs, Rolls,
Potatoos, Toast, Hot Cakes (2)
with Syrup and Coffee, Toa or
Milk , 35c
8 'Brookflolds Farm Sausago, Pota
toes, Rolls, Hot Cakes (2) with
Syrup and Coffeo, Toa or Milk.. 30c
'0 "Windsor" Steak, Rasher of Ba
con, Potatoes, Rolls, Hot Cakos
(2) with Syrup and Coffee, Toa
or Milk 35c
10 Mutton Chops (2), Rasher of
Bacon, Rolls, and Coffoo, Tea or
Changes mado In our Club Break
fast will ho chockod from the regular
Special attention to students. 10
por cent off on all meal tickets.
WHEN STUDENT WANTS
THERE IS NO DENYING THAT
HE WANTS IT PHINTED IN
The New Century Printers
1241 N STREET
ord of Its ovor having h'een completed.
A two-days' colouration commemor
ated tho twenty-fifth anniversary of
tho chartering In 1804. Somo of tho
features at this time wore tho Installa
tion of Chancellor McLain, an address
by Professor Qeorgo Elliott Howard
of Loland Stanford, and a banquet in
the Armory In tho evening. Invita
tions wore also sent to all members of
tho legislature of 18G9, to tho governor
nnd all ox-governors of tho state, to
tho ex-regents and other state officials.
In 1898 tho growing number of stu
dents mado mid-winter commence
ment necessary and the first of these
exorcises was held that year. Tho
Charter Day meeting was ch&sen ns an
appropriate time for tho graduation
exorcises and thus charter day and
mid-winter commencement fall on tho
same day. Later it was decided to
throw open all departments of the
school for inspection on this day, so
that now tho day has como to repre
sent a complication of ovents, tho
annual indoor athletic contests, re
gents' meeting, conferring of degrees,
and pu'bllc exhibition of tho State
Museum and Historical Society
Tho University of Nebraska was
chartered after a week's legislation in
both house and Benate. A bill pro
viding for tho chartering of a univer
sity was Introduced in tho senate by
Senator Cunlngham, February 11,
18G9. On tho 13th It had passed the
senate and was Introduced in the
hoiiBO. February 15 It went to Gov
ernor Butler nnd was signed tho Bame
day. Tho erection of what is- now
known ns University Hnll was begun
tho Bamo yenr, completed In 1870, and
wns for years the sole building on tho
Professor Chatburn lias announced
a now course in graphical statics for
Ray Findloy, C. E., '07, has accepted
a position with tho Omaha Street Rail
way Company, and will not bo In
school this semester.
L. J. HERZQG
The University Man's Taller
'THE FINEST WORK DONE AND PRICES RlBHT
1230 O S fREET
I4th A. O
Swollest Lunch Car In
I sorvo bettor quality
than any lunoh car
In tho city.
L. N, Baker, W. E. Standeven, John
Woller, and F. W. Hrubesky have been
appointed as assistant Instructors in
Mechanical Drawing 2. They are all
Seniors with considerable draughting
Arthur Fonlon, who graduates at the
Mld-Wlnter Commencement, has re
ceived an offer from the Burlington as
draughtsman on a locating party. It
Is very probablo that ho will accept
Mr. W. B. Shaw of the B. F. Sturde
vant Manufacturing Company will
probably bo In Lincoln this spring to
lecture boforo the engineering atu
dents. Ho Is a very capable engineer
and an entertaining talker. An effort
Is bolng mado among a number of
western univorsitlos to Induce him to
vlBit this territory.
N. Jensen, Freshman Law, is given
credit for tho following after Exam,
"To know ybu flunked
Is pretty bad.
It's worse to know
That they'll toll dad."
ALWAYS PA88 BECAU8E THEY ARE KEPT UP TO -THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL 8TANDARD.
Recognized Unlvorsally a Best for Athletes;
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN CENTS PER COPT
No. 238. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Gulick, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Schools.
No. 27. Group XII Collogo Athletics. By M. C. Murphy, the.woll-
known Athletic Trainer, now With Univ. of Ponn. '
No. 246. Group XH Athletic Training for Schoolboys. By Geo. W.
Orton of tho Univ. of Penn. and a famous athlete himself.
A copy of our complete catalogue of athletic goods will be mailed upon
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK. 149 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO.
John Burkett of Lincoln and E. T.
Grunden of Lexington are new faces In
Shoe Troubles Go Off.
Rogers & Perkins
112 O Stret
Louis B. Tobln, whoso brother was
prominent in athletic circles in '01 and
'02, has registered as a special..
Professor Ayres la going to conduct
a seminary in Common Law Pleading
for the benefit of tho first and second
Miss Martha Clino has been appoint
ed a scholar in the Department of
American History and will assist Pro
fessor Perslnger. Miss Cllne gradu
ated in 1906 and is now specializing
in American History.
. Tho hat with letters "W. T." Inside
which was ieft in the library Wednes
day may bo secured at Nebraskan
office. Please bring hat with letters
"L, A. H."
You are wearing batter clothes than formerly,
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
1210 O Str.
PONT BE A CHUMP
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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
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Why Not Let Thorn
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We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to injure them in any way. We also
clean gentlemen's olothing all kfods. Goods callod for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Bell 147 1880 N street Phono Auto 18M
Call or write for price list Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
Gregory's Semi-Anthracite $7
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