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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1908)
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THE DAILY NBBRA8KAN
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,ahd professor on account pftho
Crtacnt-iUcr. To fill .
simply dip it In any ink and press
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dropperno inky fingers no ruffled
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Loading dealers handle the Conklln. If
yours does not.'order, direct. Rofuso sub
stitutes, Send for handsome now catalog.
THE CONKLIM PEN CO.
311 Mwhttfa BilUlW. TOLEDO. OIK) '
t'WJtc now located in the most
beautiful store in the west
e handle the finest I
in the city; Come in anJ
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LiNctls Casdy KltchM
, J4thand.O , Sb.est Corner
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
' ' 113-4 N St.
"Social nights Mon. and Wod., 8 'to '11
Boglnnor's night, Wednesday, 8 to'll
-UNI. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
Bon Bons. .
, A CLEAN SWEEP.
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the Conference -members that Nebras
ka 'can have a iplaco If she wants, and
then it will be up to the CornhusKer
Athletic-Board to do the rest.
The' flvo games. rule which allows
the Conference teanis to play only
five, footbnll games each season meets
with strong opposition here and
should Nebraska enter the "Big Nlnd"
.the Cornhusker representative would
undoubtedly vote to rescind that Tide.
The abolition of 4ho five-game rule, Is
how Jbolng strongly agitated among the
Conference, schools and an attempt
will be made fo rescind the, rule at
the next meeting of the Conference in
June. If Nebraska "is a member." of
the ''Bjg Nino" by that .time one more
vote will probably be cast against the'
five-game rule? " '
80CIETIE8 TO MEET. '
(Continued froni page one.)
Sov.eral charts have been arranged
in the room wrjere the apples are be
ing exhibited to show Just what kinds
of enemies fruit has to fear, how the
fruit may bo treated to save Itjr and
when lt i8i necessary to commence
the treatment. The icharts .are espe
cially valuable as they show Just what
ihq insect looks like which does the
"harm. One chart shows how the fruit
blossom, looks when It should be
treated. ' -
A NEW COURSE.
The Department of Greek offers a
new course, for the second semester.
This course will be known as "Greek
In English" Course 2b and wIlY em
phasize the study of English words,
especially modern scientific terms, de
rived and borrowed from the Greek
language. It is Intended primarily for
those who may wish to obtain In one
semester a fair knowledge of the
Greek elements in our own language.
It may also be used as preparation for
second year Greek (course 3). It will
be a five hour courses-Daily at 11:00
in U. 201, by Professor. Lees.
Consultation any afternoon, office,
215 U. '
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SAVES YOU -
TIME - aid - M8NIY
1220 O St.
Dean lie Baron H. Brlggs of- Har
vard College will speak at chapel
Thursday. Dean Brlggs is professor"
of English at Harvard and is making
a tour through the country visiting
Harvard men in the -various univer
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
'The Wabash havA on sale dally
round trip tickets to ,all the winter
resorts of thd south New Orleans,
'Gulf Coast points, Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc For descriptive book
lots, rates, time table and all informa
tion address Harry E; Moore's, Q. A.
P. D., Wabash It. R.,, Omaha,' Neb.
Clements' photos .are the best
Rates to students. 129 Bo. Eleventh.
Do Your Washing
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
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'' Flat Glmso
for solid comfort. The newest shades
and design's of one piece, purm ,Mk
web. All metal parts heavy nickel ''
piaxca orass, cannot rust, zoc.a ipair,
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UaUrtof Pioneer Stuptndin "
W ar not Tailors, but tho Only Practical Union
HATTERS In Nebraska
Hats Made tt Orler at Factory Cost. Prices $2.00 tt $4.00
THE LINCOLN HAT CO., 120 No- 12th ,
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Liner. Moreen, fs.60 to 110.00. la a very' good
" "We guarantee a perfect fit' and workman
ship. Orders Allied In one-halt to two days1
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QUALITY and QUANTITY
18 OUR MOTTO
Lincoln Skirt Company
ETHEL E. ANDKIteON, Prop.
1235 N STREET '
Suits and O'coats Made io Order, $!5
NO MORENO LESS
World's Greatest 'Tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Manifer and Cutter
UrciIr Brancti, 145 So. 1311 St.
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HOT and COLD SODA
, POST OFFICE
IS . .
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Henderson & Hald
' REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Far First Class Tallarhit.
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2-BASKETB ALL INFORMALS-2
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Hftve your clothes, pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 6 street. ' ,
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Mjj Get yHrii ahlnefl liy jj
jlT; AmHoaiihyat ,' -jl
: JCOLE A MoKENNA'S
Go to 'Mrs, J, Q. Bell,-' hairdresser,
for chiropody. -"
Green's barber shops are the best
in the West, .
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Missouri vs. Nebraska
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Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020, P
Cameron's "lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
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hour lunalMs a
C; H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
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