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Miss Ann Watt, 1911, ontertnlncU
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Carl J. Lprd, 'XlyOl Randolph, has
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Ben Benson, ox-1911, of Omaha,
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Youngblut, dentist, 202
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All makes rontod with ?tand
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Bargains in Rebuilt Machines.
Lincoln typewriter exchange
Auto 1155-fioll 1181. 122No.lltli
Helen Sholes, 1910, or Omaha, Is
visiting at tho Kappa Kappa Gamma
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Ovor Bank of Commerce
Frank Weller Is now at his homo ttt
Stella, Nebraska, on account of tho
illness of his father.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
Clyde. Alden, formerly a Btudent in
the' law college, is engaged in the
banking business at Agra, Oklahoma.
In doubt, try a Daily no
want ad. It pays to adver-
Byron E. Yoder left yesterday for
Fairmont, Nebraska, where he will
take charge or tho Fairmont high
Dally Nebraskan want ads bring re
sults. Try ono when you havo some
thing to sell.
Harold Wood, a former'' Nebraska
student and member of tho Beta
Theta Pi fraternity, left last night for
a trip to Chicago.
If you havo lost your fountain pen,
advortlso the faqt In our want ad col
umn. It brings rcsujts.
tor of this papor, is on. tho. campus, to
day. Ho is about to Icavo for the San
Luis valloy, wlioro ho will work undor
B. E. Forbes, 1905, togothor with B. A.
Nowton, 1904, and M. P. P. Costollb,.
The cloven o'clock division of Phys
ical Education 14, undor tho .direction
of Profossor Hoppor, a vory largo this
somester. Thoro aro about 100 men
In this class. It is about twlco as
largo as the samo division of last so-
Ono of the most skillful Instructors
In tho teachers' college of Columbia
university haB been securod to offor
a course m connoctton witn tno . ao
partmont of educational thoory and
practice In the summer session of the
During tho Btorm Tuosday afternoon
a certain umvorsuy student, on com?
Ing out of University hall, wasBtruck
by a gust of wind which carried his
hat Btralght up in tho air and landed
It on top of the building. At latest
reports It had not beo'n rocovorod.
There aro onrollcd in tho eight
o'clock division of Botnny II,' 115 stu
dents. Last semester thoro wqro
about 175 in tho same class. As dur
ing last somestor, there nro now throe
divisions of Botany II, tho eight
o'clock, cloven and two o'clock classes,
Among the absentia stuuonts In tho
department of gcogrnphy are a num
ber of prominent cUy superintendents
and department teachers. Tho work
of Supt. Gamblo of PlattsmouTu, Supt.
Lofler of Elmwood and MIsb Wood of
Omaha 1b deserving of especial com
mendation nlong this line.
, . .
All Bophomoros who nro planning to
enter tho preliminary for tho selec
tion of the class team for tho approch
ing Inter-claBs debate aro urged to bo
prosent at a meeting with tho commit
tee at 2 o'clock Friday, in U 10C for
the consideration of tho time for try
outs and any other matters of interest
relative to the debate.
A new departure for secondary edu
cation is baing offered In tho Tomple
high school in the form of a course
in reading In connection with the
course glvon -in literary interpreta
tion. This hs somewhat or an Innova
tion r. th?.t rending has been elim
inated from the high schools in the
A, publication has just been Issued state for several years.
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Dancing Acadeniy, 1132 N.
school. Call Auto 4477.
A. H. Miller, 1908, Is now at Pando,
Colorado. He Is on ono of tho gov
ernment forest rosorves. His work
.has been of. sufficient quality to merit
him a recent raise In salary.
Allen PreBcott, a former student of
this university and member of the
Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, is practic
ing osteopathy at Doleware, Ohio.
Prescott Is doing a successful busi
ness. Professor Condra has glVen two loc
tures tp Professor Stout's- class in.
masonry. "His subject was "Building
Stone." Ono of tueso lctures vas de
livered Monday and tho other Tues
W. G. Jenkins, 1907, who has been
In Cuba since he .graduated, returned
yesterday as a result of tfyo termina
tion of the government Intervention.
He was. employed under J. A. Sargent,
A. G. Schreiber, 1907, one tlmo qdl-
Tho students in the "Alt Heidelberg"
chorus have been turning out for tho
rehearsals In great numbors. Act II.,
which is the student scene, is the act
in which thero . are about forty uni
versity Btudonts. Miss Heppner, who
has tho play in charge, says that the
scene will be the best act in tho
show. It is so lively and' realistic.
Dr. Wajker und Miss Leva Walker
of the Botnny department were sum
moned to their homo In Oregon yes
terday because of tho very serious Ill
ness of their father. They left on tho
six o'clock train last evening and ex-:
pect tp return as soon as possible.
While they aro away their work will
bo carod for by the other mombers of
tho staff. '
The Teachers College wishes that J
any seniors who are contemplating en
tering the teachers' profession in the
secondary schools of Nebraska would
leave their namos with the bureau of
appointment as early as March 1st.
Maqy. calls for teachers for next year
havo already come to tho bureau.
Candidates may leave their names
with Prof. A. A. Reed or Dean For
The Nebraska Academy of,' Science
will moot Friday In Nebraska hall, R.
210. m In the afternoon thoro will be a
general discussion on Nebraska re
sources which will be of Interest to
nil students who nro interested in Ne
braska. Friday evening the annual
banquet for the ' members will bo
glvon. The tickets will be thirty
cents, and can be, obtained from Dr.
Condra before Thursday. The ban
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