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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1907)
ITbe Dailp ttebraaltan
n Auto 3385 n
8 A Specialty In Oysters in Season 8
8 117-19-21 No. 13th 81. 8
I4th A. O
Swollost Lunch Car in
I servo bottor quality
than any lunoh car
in t no city,
The GRAND CENTRAL
BARBER SHOP &
:: CIGAR STORE ::
13 Bo. Kleroth St. Kt Bide
Tho only up-to-dato plant in tho
city. Saves you time 'and money
1220 "0" STREET
THE STAR RESTAURANT
BEST 15 CENT MEAL IN
D. K. CAMPBELL..
hoi Troublos Go. Off.
Rogers ft Perkins
1 W '
; Would Like to be Your 1
I Laundrymen. ,
YULE BROS. i
Convocation, 11:30 n. m. Miss Char
lotte Hullhorst, song recital..
Junior class meet, 11:30 In Monfr
Y. W. C. A. service, 6:00 p. m. Rev.
Dalch. U. 106.
University Equal Suffrage Associa
tion meet, 8:00 p. m., In Y.' W. C.
Gorman Club meets with MIbb Moore,
705 North Twenty-flfth street.
Freshman class meeting, 12:00 m.,
Convocation, 5:00 p. m. ProfeBBor
Condra, "Tho Opening of Indian
Denver University vs. Nebraska;
basket-ball and dance, 8:15 p. m.
Union Society, 8:15 p. m.
Palladlan Society, 8:15 p. m.
Mathematical Seminar meets, 7:30
p. m. In M. 302.
Dramatic Club meets, 8:00 p
Forest Club, 8:00 p. m., N. 110.
Junior Scissors Party, 8:00 p
Students' Debating Club meets to re
vise constitution, 8:00 p. m., U.
Piano recital by Miss" Archibald, 8:00
p. m., Mem. Hall.
Annual banquet of Y. M. C. A. in
Freshman Informal, 8:30 p. m., Mem.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Richard L.
Metcalf, "Measuring Men."
Recital, Marjorlo Anderson, 8:00 p
m., Mem.. Hall.
Non Com Hop, 8:30 p. m. Fraternity
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate, Mom.
And nd V to war ttUeat ear
"Book Wanted" CUlofn of ant UM
enool-book, mm u pneci iwnica
we accept tcwnd-Aand M wtU M ntto
'We pay cash
For all marktUbU tchooVbookt, or if '
actlrtd, v ettan cuniignroenu on
connt, to m paid vr. m in otktr tcbool
book from tlrna to Mm a nctdtd,
81-83.3fl W. ISth St, Now York Otty.
L. J. HERZDG
Til University Min's Tillir
TIEnKEITWMt'DOHE AM PIKES M8T
1 1230 OS-fREET
Pctry Bakery Cc.
" ' Balder Orders Filled
llM Wet Jrct Our SptclaKy.
' nm mi am Your brr Will
BMtlve PrMB)t Atteatlea.
SEVEN PIECE ORCHESTRA
(Continued from page 1.)
dents at Nebraska to mako a big pro
test against submlttlngyto the Con
Several students expressed their
opinion yestorjhiy-and .all wore lnfa
vor of dropping negotiations with the
"Big Nino schools.
One prominent senior said, "I
know Nebruska would' lose much In a
financial way by breaking off rela
tions with tho 'Big Nine' schools, but
I am in favor of doing ad becauso we
would be much bettor off In every
other respect. Wo could get Into our
own class and bo 'big toad in a small
puddle' by playing smaller schools."
Another student warmed up and
made this statement: "You bet I nm in
favor of dropping those 'Big Nino'
teams Wo lose every game wo play
with them and do not gain a thing.
Let us play Kansas, Missouri, and
and such teams horeaftor, and we will
win a lew victories. I am against con
tinuing relations with these schools.
Let them 'skidoo.' "
Manager Eager refused to say what
course the University authorities
would pursue in regard to tho matter
but ho thought that the opinion of tho
students would bo a big factor in de
termining the action to be taken.
University Student Has a Fight With
Robber on Y 8treet.
Clarence Frankforter, an academic
student In tho University, was hold
up bya robber on lower Y street late
Tuesday night. Frankforter struggled
with tho robbor when told to hold up
his hands and managed to escape
from him without losing any money.
Tho Mathematical Seminar will
meet Saturday, March 2, in M. 302 at
7:30 p. m.
Tho following is tho program:
Imaginary Solutions, B. W. Davis,
Carl Plerson on Variation and Correla
tion, C. Engborg; Analytics Continu
ation. Study, M. E. Lindin.
. Tho Froshman Class will hold an fh
formal party in Memorial Hall at 8:15
p. m. Saturday, March 9. Tho first
year students are going to have a big
time and are Inviting Seniors, Juniors,
and Sophomores. Tickets will 'cost
N. V. Kutiz, of Cortland, Is regis
tered again this semester and will
graduate with the class of 1907.
Professor Barbour has completed
for the legislature an inventory of
recent additions to tho museum.
The largest line of Nebraska pins
in the city to select from. Prices
right. The Co-op.
FoYty-elght new , students have en
tered the School, of Music during the
past three weeks.
.See our fine liner of .Nebraska pins
at the Co-op.
6:30 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.
1 Two Eggs, Dry Toast and Coffoo,
Tea or Milk is0
2 Slico of Bacon, Ono Egg, Hard
Rolls, Potatoes, Hot Cakes (2)
with Syrup, and Coffee, Tea or
3 Broakfast Food with Cream,
Slico of Bacon, Ono Egg, Pota
toes, Hard Rolls and Coffeo, Tea
or Milk 25c
I Hot Cakes (3) Strlppod with
Bacon and Coffeo,. Toa or Mllk..1Bc
5 Plain Stoak, Potatoos, Rolls, '
Hot Cakes (2) with Synp and
Coffeo, Toa or Milk 25o
6 Plain Omolot, Rasher of Baoou,
Rolls, Potafoos, and Coffee, Tea
or Milk 30o
7 Ham or Bacon and Eggs, Rolls,'
Potatoes, Toast, Hot CakeB (2)
with Syrup and Coffee, Toa or
Milk . 35c
8 Brookflelds Farm Sausago, Pota- -toes,
Rolls, Hot Cakes (2) with
Syrup and Coffoo, Toa or Mllk..30o
9 "Windsor" Stoak, Rasher of Ba
con, Potatoes, Rolls, Hot Cakes
(2) with Syrup and Coffee, Toa
or Milk 35c
10 Mutton Chops (2), Rasher of .
Bacon, Rolls, and Coffoo, Tea or'
Changes made In our Club Break
fast will bo checked from tho regular
Special attontlon to studontd. 10
per cent off on all meal tickets.
FRESH EVERY DAYI
Our Cnndlos and Balcod Goods aro Alw:
Freeh and Qood. Catering our Bpcclalty.
THE MAXWELL CO.
Oath Phones. 13th andN Stft.
Tk 9wu CatUr.
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL - $100,000.00
Rubber Stamps, Stated,
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
Lock Smithing, General
Machine Werks, MteM
308 So. Iltfe, LIKCOLM
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus. and
'For Goody Prompt
ON AND OFF LUCCA,
COAT. THE MOt
ERN SH4RT HDCA.
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