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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
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Every Loyal University Student
It Urged to patronize these Ne
braskan Advertisers, and t men
tlon the papor while doing to.
1 Central National; First
Triret and Savings.
Chris'. Elovonth and P.
Colo & McKenna.
Farquhar; Magco & Doom-
er; Mayor Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Spelor &
Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
J. R. Davla; Youngblut.
Horpolsholmcr; Mlllor &
Chnpln Bros.; C. H. Froy.
Uudd; . Fulk: Magoo &
Dcemor; Mayor BroB.; Pal
ace Clothing Co.; Spolor
Capital Grocery Co. .
Budd; Fulk; Unland
Collins Ico Croam Co.;
Cameron's; John Wright's.
Georgo Bros.; Simmons.
Boston Lunch; Camoron's.
Beckman Bros.; Brantli
waito; Budd; Cincinnati
Shoo Store; Sandersons;
Rogers & Perkins; Petty;
Tho Skirt Storo.
Elliott Bros.; Horzog; Lud
wig; Marx; College Tail
ors; Scotch Woolen Mills.
Lyric; Majestic; Oliver;
Lincoln Typowriter Ex
Wemt - Ads
Advertisements for tho want ad
column should be left at tho business
office, basement Administration Bids.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all ordera for
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for evory fifteen words or
fraction thereof for the first inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five
Insertions. 40 contB. '
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount. See
Nebraskan manager. 03dh-tf
tFOUND Ladles' small silver watqh.
Call? at NebraBkan ofllco apd pay for
LOSTrrVnluablo general notebook.
Return to Edwin G. Davis. 75-tf
FOUND fcadies, pockot-book In
University Hall. Owner mny have
same by'.Inqulrlng of janitor U. Hnll.
TRIP (jREAT SUCCESS
FORE8TRY 8TUDENT8 ENTHU8I
ASTIC OVER RESULTS.
WILL BE A REGULAR AFFAIR
Profoscor Phillips Declares That Trip
Cannot Be Compulsory, But
Gives Benefits to the
Tho trip which was taken by tho
advanced forestry students recently
proved to bo one of the most success
ful nffali'H which hiiB boon attempted
by any department of tho university
recently. Tho trip was planned by
Professor Phillips and more or less
uncertainty was felt as to whether it
would lie a practical success, but tho
outcome more than Justified the hoped
of those in charge of it.
Professor Phillips and a party of
upper clnsH forestry students left Lin
coln a few days boforc tho commence
ment of tho Christmas vacation and
returned but a few dnyB ago. A month
was spent in tho Northern lumbering
i eglons and the students were given
a practical Insight Into what the lum
ber Industry means. Professor Phil
lips declined that tho month spent by
tho HtudentH in this way was of much
more value than tho three months of
the Hummer vacation which are usual
ly spent In the woods.
Region Offers Variety.
The northern Wisconsin region
wldch was visited is of more value to
tho student for observation thnn nny
othor region in the United States. Tho
students wore enabled to see nearly
nil the wood Industries In practical
operation and could follow the lumber
from the stump to the market.
Those who took advantage of tho
trip this year were enthusiastic over
the opportunities it gave them for
practical observation. Tho largest
lumbermen of tho region gave them a
complete statement of their property
and made it possible for them to get
all the Information they desired con
cerning the different Hues of the lum
ber Industry. At one time while the"
students wqre in the region the ther
mometer registered as low as thirty
degroes bolow zero, but this did no
serious harm beyond treex.ing a Tew
Professor Phillips has decided to
make tho trip a regular thing at the
university, and plans to make ono
every two years. It will bo Impossible
to ovor mako attendance on this trip
a requirement of graduation as tho
expense Is too great, but It Is expected
that a large number of students will,
however, avail themselves or tho op
portunity of going.
COMMITTEES FOR INDOOR MEET.
Non-Fraternity Men Preparing
Clash on February 6.
The -non-fraternity men who aie
later to contest with tho Greek biter
students in dual meet, have started
preparations for their own big indoor
games February G. The ath'.etes of
this side are practicing In tlu gym
nasium dally and expect to make some
Jt has been announced that medals
vlll be given to winners in this non
Tho head committee has appointed
tho following sub-conunltteos:
Contestants Knode, chairman; Har
vey, Kroger, Hummoll, Chaloupku.
Advertising and Ofllcinls Alexand
er, chairman; Dlnsmore, Byerts, Long
Finances Guldlnger, chairman;
Nelson, .Mattlson. Wlldish and Ma
hood. The members of these committees
are requested to confer with their re-
spoctlve chairmen as soon as possible.
Tho Michigan senate will not pre
mlt another fresh-soph Hag rush.
Any futuro contest between the
classes must bo In the day timo and
must be conducted under suitnblo
It. E. Barber, a Northwestern grad
uato, recently saved tho Indian viceroy,
from assassination. He seized nmi
overpowered his assailant.
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Chester D'Amon, "Th? Great Whito
Mystery," is tho hondllner at tho Mb
Jostle this week. At last night's per
formance ho gavo several sensational
oxamples of his faculty of being able
Xo read the minds of othors as an open
book and to toll people what tholr inner-most
thoughts are. HIh faculty is
recognized as a science somewhat on
the order or the wlroless telegraph.
With the lattor science sound waves
are made to travel through the air
until thoy conic In contact with instru
nients keyed simllur to themselves,
when they respond the snme as the
piano strings respond to the tuning
fork. With the mental transmission
it Is claimed the same sort of a prO
ees takes place, only tho sending nnd
receiving stations are human brnlns.
Chostor D'Amon, tho clever mind
loader, who is already causing much
speculation as lo the source of his
mysterious powers, disclaims all that
is supernatural or occult in the per
formance of his wonderrul feats, -iii'l
declares that they are all accomp
lished by perfectly natural and scion
The Mngnnni Family, "The Musical
Barbers," have a novelty act that is
quite one of the best given here In
some time. They present a musical act
that is so different from anything that
has been seen in this country that It
strikes the audience in a most re
sponsive mood. Tho scene is laid in a
barber shop, and all the ordinary uten
sils of tho trade are musically in
clined. The three bnbors and the itin
erant knife grinder work out a series
of melodies with the tools of the craft
In a most astonishing manner.
Three good numbers on the bill are
Warren E. Wortman, whistler and
mimic; Sonna, Impersonator, and Potts
Brothers nnd company, In a pleasing
ono net farce comedy.
Augustus Thomas' great play, "Tho
Othor Girl," holds tho boards at tile
Lyric this week. It Is well staged and
acted in the usual Fultonlstlc manror.
Enid May Jackson seems to bo hotter
Dean Frank O. Marvin of Kansas
has boon elected president of Sigma
Phi Alpha Delta has installed a now
chapter at Missouri.
Nine hundred are enrolled for the
winter term at Do Pauw.
Syracuse has offered prizes of $15
and $10 for the best orations on tho
liquor problem, Tho contest will bo
held early In March. Tho winner will
represent Syracuso in tho state con
test for prizes of $o0.
Tho Wisconsin girls have voted to
call tho new women's building
"Adam's Hnll." Ono of tho ro
gents, however, Insists that tho name
is not appropriate, and" thinks It
ought to bo "Eve's Hnll."
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A board of control In place of the
board of regents lias been suggested
for Iowa. President McLean does not
favor the scheme, but says he will
abide by the decision of the legis
lature. Tho Japanese students at Missouri
are acting through the Japanese
consul at Chicago in getting excused
from military service at home. They
have to secure certificate from the
university stating that thoy engaged
The Stanford rugby team has been
declared inter-colleglate champions of
California, and coast international
champions. TIiIb Is tho first time one
team has held both these honors.
Purdue expects to turn out a win
ning track team this year.
Tho Kansan recommends a dormi
tory system for Kansas. It says the
cost of living Is higher in Lawrence
than it is in other school towns and
higher than It ought to be.
Iowa was admitted to tlie Associa
tion or American Universities by tho
unanimous voto of the recent Ithaca
The DoPauw class In debate has
opened a" Moot Court.
The Iowa Junior prom will bo on
A speech was recently delivered In
Esperanto to tho Cosmopolitan club
Wisconsin's football captain-elect
has come out for basket-ball, and the
coaches there havo begun to dream
sweet dreams of tho' championship.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
The Unhrerjlty ear Is divided Into four Ouarters. Winter
Spring, Summer, and Autumn. AdmUtlon U jjunted at the
opeolnB of each, on January ad, April sd, June i6th, and
Graduate Induction Is offered In the Graduate Schools ol
Arts and Literatures and In the 0Bden (Graduate) School of
Professional Instruction Is offered In the Oltlnlty School,
the Law School, aush Medical CollcCe (afnlbtedj. and the
School of Education.
Summer Quarter 1906, June 16-Stptcmler 1. rir.t Termi
June 16-July oj Second Termi July -Auguit ,1. Heclstra.
tlon If permitted for the entire quarter or for "either term,
1'ull and regular credit Is clven for work .lone. SmcUI
courses are offered for teachers.
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