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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1909)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE BEST TRAIN
THE BEST WAY
To Ia Salle Station
'in the heart of cmcAGds
BUSINESS 5L SHOPPING
CITY PASSENGER AGENT
J14UO STREET, LINCOLN.NEB
Miller & Paine
oit intelligently tljo work of, the world.
Whllo tvory engineering graduate
cannot hope to becomo a great, en
gineer, It Is reasonably certain that
ovej-y ono, may All a position, after
graduation, which will yield him a
competence and jnako him a useful
Whllo, as has beon stated, tho work
of tho college is primarily, to Impart
tocunlcal knowledgo, It should bo
noted that tho preclBoncs,s pf all work
in the applied sclonccB gives a disci
pline, which Is at least as, good and
vnluablo as that obtained qlsowhcro.
This fact ar.d tho further fact that wo
llvo In an Industrial ago whoso ovory
nccossity and luxury results directly
or indirectly from tho work of the en
gineer, makes tho engineering courses
of , tho greatest yaluo to tboso young
;noa wholpnot oxpoct to becomo en
gineers, bu who nro sooklngan educa
tion aq a preparation for business and
Qontlomen's Pumps. Ladles' Even
ing Sllppors. Beckman Bros., 1107 O
OFFER PRIZE8 FOR REVIEW8.
College 8tudento May Win Cash for
For tho three best critical rovlows
of "Tho Southerner," tho autobiogra
phy of Nicholas Worth, submitted by
a college student or recent graduate,
poubleday, Pago & Co., publishers, of;
New York, offor tho following prizes;,
$20. First prize.
$J5,00 Cocond prize.
$10.00 Third prlzo.
Tho following rules must bo ob
served: , ,
The manuscript to bo submitted not
lator than February 15th, 19D9. (No$p
this extension of time.) ,
The review to bo written by a col
logo student undorgradaato, or grad
uate of not moro than flvo years'
BANQUET REPORT MADE
Havo your clothes , pressed
Weber's Sultorlum. 12th and O.
Froy & Froy, cholco flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
The Cornhusker Banquet a Financial
Success as Well as a 8oclal One.,,
Tho 'coiumitteo in chargo of tho
Cornhusker banquet makca tho fol
Tickets sold 169
Complimentary ) 27
159 tickets, at $1 $159.60
. . Expenses. ., r
Printing $ 10.90
186 plateB at 75c .,137.50
Total oxpensea ...
Balance on "hand $ 10.60
Broken Lenses Replaced.
Eyes Examined 'Froov
Howe, Optician, 319 No. 12 54 & 55
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Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th;
Try a lunch at the V. Ml'C. A. Spa.
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IF you are going to be involved in any functions during holi
days where good clothes count, better see us beforehand and
let us look after that part of it for you.
We'll put you into some of our fine clothes made by Hart
Schaffner C& cTWarx, and we can promise y"ou one thing sure,
nobody" else in the crowd will be better dressed than you'll be.
Fine Suits and Overcoats in all the latest weaves; dress
clothes for formal affairs; other for sleighrides or day" wear.
We've got all these things ready" for you; all wool, fine
tailorining and the correct styles and fit which college men
want in their clothes, we've studied your requirements and have
the "dazzy"" colors and smart patterns worn by" wfcll groomed
Suits and Overcoats $10 to $40
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