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THE DULV- NEBRiSK:rSl
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OV NEBRASKA.
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Manager George M. Wallace
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tlio rato of 10 cents per Innortlon
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho postdfflco at Llnooln.
Nebraska, as sccond-claBS mull mattor
under the Act or uonpress oi murn a.
Now that tho Junior Prom 1b bo near
financial chillB begin to creep up and
down tho back of the man who made
his date before tho storm was upon
him. Tho moBt troublosomo expenBo
he muBt meet 1b the hiring of a hack
tr6ublcHomo becauBO of its apparent
useloBBneBB. Tho street car 1b gen
erally a cleaner and bettor mode of
conveyance. Tho western girl 1b used
to walking. Why Is a hack essential
to theTbrmallty of the occasion? The
Junior Prom 1b given for tho hencilt of
tho stinlentB and not the hackmdn.
Another element of formulity that is
being Introduced into WQBtern collogo
dances 1b making ouC programs before
hand. With sacrificing foresight, each
man exchanges his lady'r dances with
or Imaginary, Is oho of th;e w,or.st foo
to health, for it affects tho action of
ovory organ of tho body through tho
well-known law of mind over matter.
It throws tho whole physical machin
ery out of gear, and -renders our best
efforts abortive. But yory, often thp
worry itself is duo to tho action on tho
blood of a poison generated by tho (fer
ment of undigested foods which Borne
sluggish organ has allowed to pasB
lato tho alimentary candl. Perfect
health Ib perfect happiness.
Ih there any cIrbh of people that do
more worrying than tho ordinary stu
dent? He comes to school in- tho fall
in good health and bent on carrying a
full course and doing good work, but
he forgets that he is taking up a line
of work quite different from that
which he left. Soon hiB entire system
Is out of order from a want of suf
ficient exerclBe and whpleBonie food.
He cannot follow a lecture in tho class
room or reaJ his lessons with atten
tion. At night he does not get to sleep
until lute and the least noise awakes
him. In the morning when he goes to
class the professor is not charitable to
him for not having his lesBon. He be
gins to wonder if he Is inferior to his
claBBmates by nature or "whether he
will ever amount to much."
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With the completion of tho new buildings, which wero dedicated Scp
temb(tr"25th, 1900, "tWs school now has facilities nnd equipment ton.. teAchn
Ing and research In the various- branches of inodlclno probably uncqualed
In this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four aro devoted qntlrcly. to .lab
oratory teaching arta research. Numerous hospitals afford abundant op
portunities for cllnicaj lnst,rupUon. in- medl9lp9 and surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A -trmv- years' ""'course, otfen to bachelors. Of . rtrjs", .literature,, philosbphy:
or science, and to persons of equivalent standing, leads to tlio "dogrco" "Of "M.'i
D. Tho Htudlcs of the fourth year are'wholly "elective: they Include labora
tory subjects., general medicine, geneial surgery and the special clinical
Tho next school year extends from October 1. 1908. to June 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission. .
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL 8CHOOL, Boston, Mass. .
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In view of the fact that Editor King
Is at his home in Osceola, Neb., the
politics of this issue of the Nebraskan
FRESHMAN LAW FEED.
Embryo Lawyers Feast on Doughnuts
and Sweet Cider.
Tho critic who believes the lawyer
is not a Bocial animal should have
been at tho Acacia fraternity houso
when tho Freshman class of tho Col
lege of law, together with their in
structors, was celebrating St. Valen-
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RESULTS X ELL!
We claim to be tho best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
lure to prove it Our methods aro the VERT LATEST and our work
men the lest that money can secure.
We clean tho finest dresses 'and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking In any way. Wo also clean gentlemen's clothing of all klfldtj.
Goods called for and dellvored. AH goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
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Phone Bell 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phono Auto 1292
Saturday, February 15.
7:30 p. m. University Hall 106.
8:00 p. m Temple.
Catholic students meet.
Monday, February 17.
12:00 m. Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class meets.
Tuesday, February 18.
11 ::t0 a. m Memorial Hall.
Junior class meets.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Wednesday, February 19.
8:00 p. m.
Annual address before Sigma Xi.
Friday, March 13.
Friday, February 21.
Lincoln Hotel. '
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
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The KEY to SUCCESS is
a BUSINESS EDUCATION
Get that education
A Practical School. I3th & P Sts.
After the show or party just drop
into the Boston Lunch for a sandwich
and a cup of coffee or an oyster stow.
The Sophomore class will meet Mon
day at 12 m., Memorial Hall, to com
plote the election of officers.
obliging friends and tho function is en
Joyed by several difforont cliques in
stead of the class in general. Such au
antedate method of getting dances is
not only Impolite to a lady, but create
a spirit of snobocracy that ought never
to bo tolorated.
Tho address of Dean Forbes at Con
vocation Thursday is one which every
student would do well to read. It em
phasizes a part of education which too
many of us are apt to neglect. Muny
students think that tho r.ellglous train
ing they receive from their parents or
at Sunday school is enough to lusL
them a lifetime and so they do not
give religion a "fair chance" with the
rest of their university training. Our
state universities are quite generally
"dubbed" Godless institutions and this
Ib probably time Insofar as religious
study is connected with the curricu
lum, hut there Is ample opportunity
nmong tho religious organizations of
the city to develop that part of educa-
tfon if tho student will only take an
? interest in them.
Wrry prostrates more popple than
york; and mental worry, whether real
While a full representation of the
class .KflB upj. present, those who were
there report a good time.
. The early part of the evening was
spent in simply eating, drinking, and
being merry. Tho rate at which
stacks of crisp doughnuts and mugs of
sweet cider disappeared was marve
lous. Social games wero played,
music was In do air and peanut hulls
on tho floor.
AH was hushed for a moment when
a membe.r of tho social committee an
nounced that a lawyer could not live
by doughnuts and peanuts alone and
that intellectual refreshments wore to
follow. Dean Costigan, Judge Hast
ings, Professor Ayres and Dr. Maxey
gave brief but interesting talks on
topics of special value to beginning
It was the Hist time the beginning
law class, has taken it upon itself to
glyo a social stunt 'of whatever na
ture. The affair was in charge of a
committee composed of Lester Syford
and James E. Bednar.
(.'has. Weeks, '07, superintendent of
the Fairmont High School, was on tho
Two thousand pair of shoos, from 25
to 50 per cent discount. Rogers &
Fleta Clancy of Beatrice is visiting
University friends this week.
V. B. Smith, '11, wont to his home at
Fremont to spend Sunday.
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