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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!?
ON THE CAMPUS
Chapiri Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
fProfesBor Phillips of the forestry de
partment will speak on "Forestry for
Profit" before the Nebraska Horticul
tural society today.
Capital Hotel Barber Shop, il & P.
IMorle H. Arnold, ex-1912, is engaged
In business at Maxwell, Neb. Mr.
Arnold may return to school next
'Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
i The Tegner society will meet Satur
day evening in science hall of the
Temple at. 8 o'clock. Professor Sam-
uolson will Bpeak on "MubIc of the
, Have your clotheB pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
W. H. Brant, Nebraska law ex-1911,
of Sprlngview is in Lincoln attending
the county treasurers' convention.
Mr. Brant Is treasurer of Keya Paha
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
;tfamea A. Patterson has formally
ended his tenure of office as president
of tho state university of Kentucky.
He has" held tho place forty years and
in point of service was the oldest col
lege president In America. His suc
cessor will be Henry S. Baker, until
recently chief justice of the Kentucky
court of appeals.
Hiltner Bros., Florists 118 So. 12tn
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We solicit the university trade.
Don't Neglect Your Eyes
See HALLETT, Registered Optometrist
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Established 1871 1143 O Street
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Mr. Frank G. Clark, 1913, left Sun
day for Laramie, Wyo., where ho will
take up a position as deputy food in
spector of tho state of Wyoming.
Investigate the nifty photos at
Blazek's studio, 130G O street. Tho
only ones in the city like them. tf
Wanted Forty Cornhuskera at
Townsend's every day this month.
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
The Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
has moved Into its, new quarters at
1406 O St., where they are ready to
show all makes of typewriters with
Black Hills Special
A $7.00, 14-inch Hi-cut
Sale Price $6.00
January 16, 1911.
Editor Dally NebraBkan,
Newspaper reports say Minnesota
university is considering the organi
zation of a crow.
Why not organize n crew and hockey
team at Nebraska university?
We "have always been' leaders in
athletics, why lag now?
This would be possible by ubIh
Capital Beach, west of city, and here
a club house oould be erected and all
training done there; small races could
1. Why not investigate? Now Is
... aCnn Nebraska-support acrewand
a hockey team? Suro, under the stu
dent feo system.
3. Do they want 'em? Sure. Ev
Advertisements for this column
shoufd be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 1 1a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be in-
sorted unless paid in advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; threo inser
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
For Sale Duo bill on leading pho
tographer In Lincoln. See NebraBkan
Tnrn Wlrolnnn nmL-4? - R Tolnnrn.
ors on account of 7-hour law and ex-
tenslvo "wireless" developments. Wo
operate under direct supervision of
telegraph oflldalB and positively placo
all students, when qualified. Write
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LoBt S. A. E. watch fob, with letter
"B" on back. $10.00 reward for re
turn to 1107 O St. 69-3t
A new course In basketry and lace
will be given tho second semester in
tho homo economics department. .The
work will Include woven and sewed
baskets, as well as a series of Indian
stitches. The course in lace making
will include work in ulUnyr"MalteBtr
and Guipuro lace making. Tho work
will be in charge of Miss Bessie E.
Arrangements Complete to Honor
At a meeting of representatives of
tho University of Nebraska, tho Grand
Army -of tho Republic, tho Loyal le
gion, the Nebraska national guard, tho
Knights Templar and the Scottish
Rito Masons, final arrangements wero
mndo for the memorial services to bo
held in honor of the late Brigadier
General Edgar S. Dudley, U. S. A., at
St. Paul's church, Friday. Jan. 20,
1911, at 3:30 p. m. Governor C. H.
Aldrlch will preside and Hev. I. F.
Roach and Rev. S. MHIb Hayes will
assist in the services. There will be
brief addresses by Chancellor Samuel
Avery, Professor Grovo E. Barber and
Honorable E. P. Brown representing
the Unlvesity of Nebraska; by Gen
eral J. H. Culver ns representative of,
the G. A. If. ancTlho Loyal Legion j by
Honorable H. H. Wilson In behalf, of
the Knights Templar, and by Judge
Allen W. Field for the Scottish Rito
Masons. Tho total time devoted to
addresses will be limited to fifty min
utes. Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond will
render an organ selection and will di
rect tho musical numbers by tho Uni
versity Chorus. The rcglmont of uni
versity cadets, consisting of the uni
versity band, the twp battalions from
the campus and tho one battalion from
the unlverBlty farm will bo present.
The legislature by resolution of each
house has voted to adjourn and attond
the services. A general Invitation is
oxtended to tho public ns well as to
tho members of the organizations par
ticipating. MIbs Ruth Glovlsh, 1914, Alpha Phi,
Is confined to her homo on account of
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