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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
U . ON THE CAMPUS
Chapln Bros:, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
One-third tl the freshmen nt Yale
have Joinod the WednoBdny evonlns
Bible study class.
Capital Hotel Barber Shop, 11 & P.
After this year a thesis will be re
quired for bachelor's degree at the
University of Utah.
Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
There are twenty-five Chinese stu
dents In the JrcBhman class at Cor
nell. Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlutn, feloVenth and O. tl
John Hoge, 1910, is working for
the engineering department of Lin
coln. Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Chancellor Avery has been elected
a member of the board of directors of
the Lincoln City club.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streetB.
A $20,000 running track is being
completed at tho University of Cali
Investigate the nifty photos at
Blazek's studio, 130G O street. The
only ones in the city like them. tf
The freshman-sophomore raid at
oratory to the extent of $200.
Wanted Forty Cornhuskers nl
Townsend's every day this month.
A MAN OF SENSE
is tho man who best presorves those faculties -with which Nature
baa endowed him. Ho may " hate to wear glasses "most people
do but tho man of intelligence thankfully accepts this artificial
aid when his eyes toll of its need. When yours speak .lotus act.
Onr sorvico, troatmont and prices shall all bo right.
Established 1871 HALLETT, Registered Optometrist "43 s-
Hiltner Bros., Florists. 118 So. 12tB
St. Phones Auto 1894, Bell 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
We solicit the university trade.
The Univorslty of Wisconsin has a
club for tho study of the historical
development of women.
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
Btreet, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Ellen Terry, the noted English ac
tress, gavo a lecture recently at the
University of Illinois.
The Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
as moved Into Its new quarters at
140C O St., where they are ready to
show all makeB of typewriters with
There aro only thirty students from
points west of the Mississippi" in thiB
year's freshman class at Yale.
YOUR R E E T.
Never looked so well as they will in our
KING COLE last, very stubby
and nigh heel
Black and Tan
Vesper services Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock, in .Memorial hall.
Basketball. Nebraska vs. Minne
sota, at Minneapolis, Minn., Friday
and Saturday, January 27 and 28.
A meeting of tho Komensky club
will bo held Saturday evening In sci
ence hall In tho Temple.
The Iron Sphinx formal party will
be held at tho Lincoln hotel tonight.
First semester examinations begin
tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock and
will continue through noxt week. Sec
ond semester clatfs schedules will bf
given out today at the registrar's of
"Mice and Men" will bo given b.v
tho Univorslty Dramatic club at the
Oliver theater. Lincoln hospital ben
The Junior prom committee will
hold an Important meeting today at
4 o'clock In U10G.
An important meeting of the mem
bers of tho Junior prom committee
will be hold Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock in UlOi). All members must
W. L. BATES.
Tho department of Greek history
and literaturo will give the following
coupres, open to all students, during
tho second semester:
Greek In English No previous
knowledge of Greek Is required. Em
phasis will be laid upon English words
derived from tho Greek with special
reference to modern scientific terms.
It Is intended to givo the student a
fair knowledge of the Greek elements
in our English language.
Five hours attendance. Five hours
credit. Daily at 8 a. m. U201.
"A Trip to Greece." Archaeology
and antiquities. The aim of tho course
will be to present, by lectures and
Btereopticon views, as clearly as pos
sible the appearance of Greece as it
Is today; Us topography, architecture,
temples, theaters, and other works of
art. This courso is open to all stu
dents. One hour attendance. ' Ono hour
credit. Tuesdays at 4 p. m. U202.
New Courses In Geography.
Some new features aro Included in
the following cou-rseB In geography the
Geography 3 Teachers' cdurso.
Deals primarily with the problems of
presenting physical geography In the
high schools. Especial attention Is
given tho selection of subject matter,
laboratory exercises, methods of
teaching, and nianngomont of field
studies. Opportunity will be given
to assist In actual laboratory prac
tice. Tho course Is open to prospec
tive teachers. Given by Professors
Mrownell and Bengtson. Two hours
Geography G Geography of Eura
sian countries. This year tho course
will open with a study of tho geogra
phy of tho Bible lands. Special em
nhaslB will be given Palestine, where
the geographic influences affecting
the development of religious move
ments will be carefully studied. This
will be followed by a comprehensive
study of the geography of tho leading
commercial countries of Europe. The
course is fully Illustrated. Opon to
all. TtieBdays and Thursdays at 10
a. ni. Two hours credit
Field Work Tho Becond semester
Is best adapted to field work. The
courses offered are:
Field Geography 10 Ono hour
credit. Open to all women. Course
will he given by Professor and Mrs.
Field Geology 21 Ono or two hourB
credit. Open to all men.
Field Geology 22 One to three
hours credit. Open to those who
have taken Field Geology 21.
All men Interested in trying-out for
the team to represent the class In the
Indoor track meet with tho sophomore
-ola'sfi, glvo iholrnumcs to elthexQ(1
tho following: F. .lltchle and W.
Troup. Tho list of events is as fol
lows: Shot put, polo vault, high Jump,
high kick, rope climb, relay, tug-of-war,
middleweight boxing, middle
weight wrestling, and 25-ynrd dash.
Sigma Tau, the honorary' engineer
ing fraternity, held a regular meet
ing In Mechanics ' Arts r 11 last
Delta Upsllon defeated Alpha Theta
Chi In fraternity baskotball last even
ing by a score of 39 to 10.
Wilbur Jones. 1910, Ib employed by
the Burlington railroad, and is lpcated
in this city.
Simmons the Printer
317 So. 12th
The First Trust and
A PER CENT INTEREST A
$1 Opens an rcmint
180 8outh 11th Btreet.
Take Your Girl To
13th and N
TYPEWRITEDS MAKES Rent applied on purchai
: SOLD or RENTED price. Two year written
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We've Nailed Our Flag to
all that's good in clothos.
Tho sign of perfect tailor
ing. Thfi sign of perfect lit.
The sign of perfect satis
faction. Your acquaintance with
Kensington Clothos is a friend
ship you'll nover regret.
$20.00 to $40.00.
MAGEE & DEEIY1ER
1109 O Stroet
CENTRAL NATIONAL BUM
12th and O Streets
P. I. HALL, President
P. 11. JOHNSON, VIce-presldeat
BB&AN C. FOX. Cashier
W. W.- HACKNEY, JR., Asst Cask.
Lincoln "ivirsasrisry a,3
!8Ei!i. ADVANCED VADDVILLE
John P. Wade & Co.
Grant & Hoag
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
IF IT'S PRlMTIMR YOU WAIT
Boo Us Before Ordering Elsowhei
Programs, Menus, Announce-
ments, Stationery, Booklet
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St
Dinner H:30 to 1:30
Supper 5i30 to 7:30
ILS0 CAFETERIA STYLE
Nft Wiflis with Mapli Syrup Mt
B. F. SWANSON CO . In
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