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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Boys My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
A oollofte dogroe is required for admission.
Advanoed standing frrantod studonta present
ing satisfactory oroaontials from accredited
medical colleges. Erory taoillty is offorod to
nndorgradttatbs Bookitag tho dogroo of Doctor
of Mouicino. Amplo faoilttlesaro also offorod
qoallflod gradaatos to pursue original invostl
Ration in any department For furthor par
ticulars apply to Tbt Din, Ciraill Unliinltj Midleil
Ctlltt, First Arc and 28th St., New York Oity.
AH makes .vented with stand $S
pmr Month. Bargains in
UriiIi Typiwrltir Exohanrt
Auto 1160. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
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feels that it is useless tp jtrv rto
raise the standard -of honor
among the students; that public
opinion cannot be educated, nnd
that alL the cheating is doiio by
students who are deliberately dis
honest. She thinks that the fac
ulty ought to have a large, num
ber of proctors, monotors" and
HninH tn wiiinh t.Vin Nf.nrlnnfH nnrl
f report tlicm. This, in her opin-'
ion, would be no insult to the
honest student, whereas the re
quest to sign a pledge saying that
he was going to be honest .would
be nn insult. l t
A SPECIALTY 11
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
13)1 0 SL - Lincoln, Neb
merits during the coming"' exam
ination, talk our p"ans over with
our parents durinvtlie summer,
and come l)aekyjifrHliefaU deter
mined to raise the. -standard of
honor he if it toe possible. We
can count upon cordial .co-operation
from the chancellor, the ad
visor of women, the registrar and
faculty. If the plan first stated
is best, and only the faculty can
help i. inatterswAot us hope that
they will be brought to a realiza
tion of thp fact. vBut if the move
muflt come from the students,
then let us all work together.
.. ' M.
Wanted Students (ladies or
gentlemen) who desire omploy
mont during vacation may loam
of an .opportunity by addressing
Nobraskan "G." Givo address,
and hour interview may bo had.
It is the 'custom of the minister
of All Souls' church, corner 12th
and H streets, to preach an an
nual sermon' to studonts. This
will be given on Sunday morning,
29th. The subject is "A
These views are given Jier
length in order
is not confined to any fino organ
ization or set of organizations. It
concerns all the Avbmen in the
school. Let us i in&dij, our own LoBfcRed covered pocket notc
r that tha 'girls innyl jYya6 of Discovery." All stu
l. Tho movement ts in the university are cor-
i di . .. : :aj u. ..ii...j
-uiiuiy inviiuu in uuunu.
book, containing notes on ad
vanced mathematics. Finder
leave at Nobraskan office and re
ceive reward. 147-3t
When you go homo Bond to mo for tho
musio that aro tho "Hlta" hero at tho
Uni. Stay in the gamo oren though you
aro at homo.
WALT "The Music Man"
i faisO STREET
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1121 STREET,, YELLOW FRONT
Yew rutnMge Soltcttb
Addison Mould, Phi Psi,. of
Omaha ,is visiting in Lincoln at
the present time.
on campus. Reward
for return to Nobraskan office
H ' .-p. ' . 55
Clissiflri Cil.mn J I
Lost-Brown Moore's rion-leak-able
fountain pen. Return to
Nobraskan office. 145-3t
PEtYSIOIAKS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 0;
hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dis
eases of women. Auto 3038.
1325 0 ST.
After June 1 you want to wear a new
straw hat and you want it to be strict
ly correctrin styleand-the beststraw
hat your jmoney will by. A hat select
ed from, our large stock will be sure
to please, you. ' $6.50 to $1.00.
3PEND YOUR SUMMER
VACATION AT THE
They aro easily Fetched via
T.he St. Paul-Minneapolis "3hort,LlnoM
Two, Dally Trains
JDaylight "Twin City Express" and
Electric Lighted "Twin City Limited"
.Comfortable and complete In every
Leave Omaha 9 A. M. and 8:30 P. M.
Round Trip $12.50
Juqe 1 to September 30
Agents of all linos sell tickets via
tty) CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN.
For further Information, call at any
ticket oflc,,qr. address ,
FREtf wigat; bi.t:pa8;rAit
f 15-12 Farnam St. - Omaha, Nebr.
C. II. Frey, florist. 1133 0 st.
New Hayden Studio, 1127 0 st.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 So.
Domestic Lunch. J. McKen-
sie, 1230 n. .. t
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe,
115-119 So. 12th street. .' i
Trya lunch at the Y. M. C. A:
Spa. 13th and P sts. !
'Green's Sanitary Barber Shop1.
120 N. 11th. f
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto
Be;foe buying your Spring foot
gear let Beckman IBros, show
you their new snappy oxfords.
1107 0 st.
Paul Boll, Beta, '09, was a
limvorsit.v visitor -vpRtmvlftv J
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DR. 0. H. RUSH,
Richards Block. Both Phones.
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
Blk. Both Phones.
UNION CENTRAL IJFE, S. B.
Coon, agt., 216 Richards blk.
. "Marcia Iladley, '07, is teach
ing in the schools at Elleusburg,
Albert Tjbbcts, Alpha Tan, re
turned yesterday to Hastings
after a short visit in Lincoln.
, . v
! The state fair management has.
set aside Thursday, September 8,
as Collego Ahimni Day.
Superintendent Calvin L. Ken
dall,: city schools Indianapolis',
A. Iff. Tale 1900, will be one of
the lecturers at the summer school
Ben Clierrington, the popular
coach of. our" successful track
earn, is at prpspnt at his home
in Omaha; suffering from jllness.
tt' is hoped that Coach Cherring
'tqn will be 'back in school in a
that will look best at graduation ,
will be the "F-F-H". Shoe. Why
not have a pair?
YATES-FRENCH efc :
. , 1220 & Street
When We RoSole Your
Shoes They Never Rip
New Line of Pumps
and Ties Ready
The . Pompadour a very
high toe in Gun Metal
and Tan is very smart.
The New High Arches
and High Toes look good
on the feet.
v. L)-' r
C. V. Roberts
144 No. 12th Lincoln
ni ihe rt Session
,;'' The University of Nebraska
June 2b to August 12, 1910
Courses in Agriculture, Anatomy, ' Special attention to subjects r
. via. XI Tit.. I.l . . ' . .
Botany, unemisuy, waucaiion, juuca- f-quirea ioivproiessionai ceruflcats.
tional Theory -and Practice,-secondary
Education, .Normal Training Elemen
Wy Education Englisll Language and;
Literature, 'French, Geography and
Geology, German, American 'History,
Homo Economics; Horticulture, 'Latin,
Manual Training, Mathematics, Me
chanical Drawing, Philosophy and Pay
chojogy. Physical (Education, Physiol
ogy, Political Science arfd" Sociology,
Ruetorte and 'English, Composition,
Zoology, ' .. - J c(
Nine hoHrs of- college'work possibla. ,
Conditional admission on 22 polats.
Teachers 2X yesjwbr over my. enWr"4 .
ds Adult SpecIaikaUdents.
I High-School Coursea la the Teaok
rs' Collego High School.
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