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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1907)
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BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin-
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BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Wostorflold, Don Cam-,
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COAL Gregory, Whitobreast
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HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C. Boll.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallett, F. B.
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LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Mcllck,
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PRINTING Now. Century, Gqorgo
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MUSIC Curtice, Crancor.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
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SUITGRIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Horzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Undorwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
Chapin Bros., Florists, 1.27 So. 12th.
"Nebraska" embossed stationery at
You will be satisfied with Camoron's
Somothlng now in embossed station
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The best placo to eat In town Is at
Don't Cafe, 114 So. lltlx St.
The best place to eat in town is at
Don's Cafe, 114 So., 11th St.
Why not tako .your baths at Chris'"
Bath House, corner 11 th and r sts.7
Tho best placo to eat in town Ib at
Don's. 114 So. '11th Street. '" .
Front room for r6nt, ground floor.
Gentlemen only. 534 No. 12th.
A good writing tablet Is a necessity.
Get it at the Uni Book Store.
Swell stationery, Low prices at the
Coop. '"- .,
Your writing always looks good on
our fancy box paper at. the Unl Boole
Miss A. E. Soukup, Dressmaker.
Special attention given to students.
113C O St.- Auto 4603.
Green's barber shops excel all others
in tho west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
If you have dance programs, tickets
or posters to be printed, go to'Mc
Vey's, 125 No.. 12th St. -
You would not be ashamed to send
a letter .written qn our neW embossed
stationery. The Co-op.
Don't spoil a good letter by using
Lpopr paper, .wyyum yqupan get at dox
or sucn pretty I stationery so 'cneaprat
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U8EFULNE88 OF PHYSICAL
View of a Chinese Girl on This Sub
ject. Miss Graco Coppock, '05, who wont
to China last October, sends tho fol
lowing ns a specimen of tho work of
a Chineso girl in English on physical
"Long timo ago wo were hopo must
have physical training in our school.
But now already have, so wero very
happy. Because it has great useful
"One night wo havo n guests to come
io our school, who is Miss Carblrt.
And I thought supposo this toachor will
help us a little. But I havo novor
thought she will never taught us phys
ical training. Henco ono week Miss
Cnrbirt has came on Friday, Thon,
Miss Waters asked us, 'Did you llko to
exercise your body?' and I said,. 'Yes,
Miss Waters, I llko It very much -because
we wore hopo tho physical train
ing for long time.' "
And yet that is not' so very much
C. J. McNamaru, C. E '00, was a
campus visitor last weok having re
turned for tho annual Kappa Slgmn
bunquot. Mr. McNamara has recolvdd
a promotion In his work, arid Is now in
Denver holding the position of ofllco
engineer with tho Union Pacific.
B. J. Arnold, '97, has recently been
appointed superintendent of tho re
construction of tho traction lines of
Chicago. Something of tho Importance
of tho position can bo realized whon
It Is known that he draws a salary of
$30,000 a year.
The Unlvorslty of Pennsylvaina Is
to open a now course In gymnastics
for the completion of which a degree
of Bachelor of Athletics is to bo given.
A high degree of athletic merit will be
a requisite to obtain tho degree.
About eighty girls havo been' quar
antined in Harcn Hull, a dormitory at
Syracuse University, as tho result of
the discovery of a caso of scarlet
fever in tho building.
Professor A. R. Hill, formorly profes
sor of Philosophy hero, has been en
gaged to give a series of lectures in the
Yale Summor School. He will direct
the Summer School at Missouri later.
Professor Crawford of Grand Island
has been secured to teach "The History
of Educntion" ajul "Educatipnnl
Logic in the summor school.
Word has been recolved of the death
of Professor Skinnerts father, Profes
sor Skinner was at home at the time.
Chancollor Aylswbrth, or Cottnor
University and PresldontWadsworth
of Bollevuo College visited the Univer
Tho class In Roman Archeology will
meet today In U 202 at the usual time.
Dwlght E. Wilson, a freshman last
year In tho six-year medical course, Is
In town visiting friends.
The German department is still,
without Professor Fosslor, who Is not
expected to be ready to take up his
work for it least two weeks yet.
The time of meeting of Geology has
been set for 9 o'clock "Monday In N 4.
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Tea or Milk 13c
2 Slice of Bacon, Ono Egg, Hard
RoIIb, Potatoes, Hot.Cakos (2)
with Syrup, and Cdffeo, Tea or
Milk . . . . r 20c
3 Broakfast Food with Cream,
Slice of Bacon, Ono Egg, Pota
toes, Hard Rolls and Coffoo, Tea
or Milk 25c
1 Hot Cakos C3) Stripped With
Bacon nnd Corfoo, Ton or Milk..15o
5 Plain Steak, Potatoes, Rolls,
Hot Cakos (2) with Syrup and
Coffoo, Tea or Milk 20c
G Plain Omelet, Rasher of Bnooji,
Rolls, Potatoes, and Coffee, Tea
or Milk 30c
7 Ham or Bacon nnd Eggs, Rolls,
Potatoes, Toast, Hot Cakos (!!)
with Syrup and Coffeo, Tea or ,
8 Brookfloltls Farm Sausngn, Pota
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