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Dr. Ward oonduo.tod ohupul oxtrcH's
A E. WlKKlnhorn vlslli'd Ids family
at Ashland Thursday.
Froy & Froy, tho popular llorlsls, aro
located nl IMSo. 112th 8t.
Will Muywiml spout Sunday wllli
hl8 parents at Nebraska City.
Four II vat class artists aro employed
at Coiistuucer's barber shop.
Clyde Martin spout .Saturday and
Sunday at his homo nuar Koarnoy.
.1. C. Olson is teaching a night school
oT penmanship in tlu Lansing block.
Hugh Kdmlston was Initialed by
Sigma Alpha Kpsllon Friday ovonlng.
Tito pi ops will hold forth at tho No
bvaska Conservatory Saturday oven
Fountain puns at all prices, from Si
to Si. At) at llorpolsholmor Co's I look
It. F. Andrews has boon somewhat
under tho weather for a week past, but
is on the mend.
Tho greouhouso does irallt to
Messrs. Follmor and Hmorson who
have It In charge.
Miss Edna Curttssgavoa Ilallowo'en
puvty to a numbor of hov friends on
Will Lehman is back from Ids trip
home and reports his brother's condi
tion much improved.
Chancellor Cunllcld has been quite
ill for the past two weeks, but is much
improved at present.
Ex munutions becamu suddenly pop
ular last week. Tho idea must bo to
cut down tho numbers.
If you trade with Frank DuTeil.
news agent, cigars, etc., you will, re
ceive gonoious treatment.
Frof. Ansley met Ids classes again
Wednesday after several days' ab
sence on account of illness.
S. J. Covey wont to Kails City, Hob.,
Wednsday, being called there by tho
serious illness of his brother.
The Commandant has shown tho old
men several things about how to exe
cute the ovdev, from a carry.
If you have trouble with your oyes,
see Dr. Mageo at once. No charge for
examination. 11th and ( sts.
The freshmen and sophomores will
hold their social at tho University Con
servatory the ovenintr of November .
William Heed Dunroy is back again,
welcomed by a host of friends. lie in
tends to remain until the close of the
Miss Maudo Tviplutt passed through
tho city Monday. Quite a number of
tho Unions were at tho train to bid hor
My actual count, in one hour, out of
850 people who wont in tho oast ent
rance to the main building, '281 fell up
Tho Epwoilh League of St. Paul's
will give a reception in tho church
parlors to tho students next Tuesday
Chancollor McLean gave an able ad
dress boforo the Presbyterians at tho
First Presbyterian Church, Tuesday
The Chancelloi speaks before the
county teachers' association at Edgar
tlds evening and at Waverly tomorrow.
A. YEAR OJ? SCI-IOOL
CAN HE SECURED HETWEEN NOW AND NEXT SEPTEMIIICR HY ENTEHINd AT
THE BEGINNING OF Ol'R NEXT TERM WHICH OPENS NOVEMliER 11.
WE TEACH Pedagogy, Business, Science, Art, Letters, Music, Optics, Technology, Journalism, Printing.
Special Courses in University Preparatory Work under tho Patronage of the State University.
ALBERT A. FAUROT. A. M..
Director of School for University
rkl.1 klMll r im ' ii -- .
Take a limit al uir mv full hiiUh.
The cM'culivo committee of the
board of regents meets Oct, 7th to ac
cept the new library building.
Mr. A Chappell Is spending two
weeks visiting parents and friends,
lie will return to Golden, Colo.
Tin' Pal boys mot Thtifsdny after
noon to make arritngomonlx for a so
cial to bo given sotuo time In the near
Prof, and Mrs. Caldwell will enter
tain tho members of the American
History class at their home next Sat
Oowlng to tho athletic bleach be
tween Yulo and Harvard there will bo
no otow race between Harvard ami
Yale this year.
Dr. HcHsey will deliver a lecture at
Uxolor. Neb., on Friday evening. Ills
subject will bo, "(JlliupsoHof the Vege
A set of instruments for the polariz
ation of light has jusl been received by
the department of physics from Cor
many. Professor llruncr is happy again. Ho
lolls us that another little girl has re
solved to muko her homo with them
since last Sunday night.
In Hug. !! Como now, Itediuoud,
wako up, wake up. You're In class.
ltedmond, disturbed Hum - oli -oh.
Yer Hy .loo, I forgot mysolf.
Rev. Gardner of Syracuse was a visi
tor at Delta Tan Delta's chapter house
Sunday. He conducted services at the
Vine Street Congregational church.
If you wan a vest-pocket Testa,
lnont, printed on India paper, but one
inch wide and half an inch thick, Just
look over tho stock at Herpolsheliuer
Tho Women's Faculty club will give
a reception to tho student's on Friday
evening, November Hi, at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Richards.
The Chancellor annouuet'd on Thuis
duy morning that ho and Mrs. McLean
4,wuUL-l)ij--;it hnuitt to ilm atudo.uts.-of
the University on Saturday evenings
After this issue Tiik Nkiiuaskan'
will bo placed in our boxes down staivs.
Lf you want your's loft in tho boxes in
the main hall, give your name to one
of the editor
Seventy-two "foot ball souvenirs"
were sold In less than two hours Tues
day by tho Co-op. Another order has
been telegraphed for, which is expected
iu time for tho Missouri game.
After much negotiation a game be
tween Harvard and Princeton has been
arranged. Mr. Leouhard Hohhins
writes us that he will send a short
sketch of it to Tun Nuiiuaska.v.
Tho lecture by Prof. It. IS. Owens is
postponed until Saturday night, No
vember t). It will bo given in the
Physics lecture roni, Nebraska Hall.
C. D. Warner, President.
Corporal Hinds, iu Financial Hist
ory class Professor, what was tho ob
ject of changing tho interest on those
bills from four ami two-llfths to four
II. P. Lau. '01), has cast his lot with
Rota Thota Pi last Friday night. Mr.
Luii is tho seventh now inombor this
year, and tho occasion was celebrated
with great festivity
The electrical engineers aro busy
this wook sotting up tho trucks and
motors of a street car. Tho motors
SEND FOB CATALOGUE.
have been planed In tho ISIuoh'luul Lab
oratory mid will be tested.
Misses Kiln Gray ami Hudlo Smith
oulei tallied a hw of their friends
Thursday evening. Tho parly In
dulged Iu old lime Ilallowo'en games
and had a very delight fill time.
The Union Hoys Donating olub will
moot In Union hall Saturday evening.
The subject for dismission will be:
"Resolved that United Slates Senators
should bo elected by the direct vote of
It Is now so arranged that If any
of those cadets excused to play foot
ball are absent from practice, I hey will
be promptly reported by the noting Ural
sargeant appointed for that purpose, ,1.
Prof R. II. Owens will give a lecture
to the Society of Klcctvieal Kngluoors
on Saturday evening. Nov. U, In tho
Physics lecture room. Subjuol:
"Things liloetrlonl I Saw Iu Huvope."
Tho Comparative Psychology class
has just llnislied the study of tho ner
vous systems of the snail and crayllsh.
Next week thoy will take up tho study
of the cockroach and deteimluo If it
lias more nerve than the bed-bug
Orvillo V. Field died at Ids home Iu
10 ist Lincoln last Monday, after two
weeks' Illness with typhoid fever. Ho
was a iunior in the University lust vear
where a host of loving friends mourn
The class iu artllery drill regulations
Is tho llrsl squad to handle the now
pbces. Captain Guilfoylo has adopted
a practical method for teaching this
class and will soon hnvo a crack artil
ory detachment out of it.
Visitor Why dots tho campus look
so deserted, the class rooms empty, ev
erything, in fact, as if It had been loft
Guide-This is the time the class iu
English :i recites.
Tho farce given last Friday evening
under the auspices of the Society Build
ing Association, clearly proves that wo
have some remarkable talent iu tho
dramatic art. All the parts were ren
dered very well. We wish we could
have these a If airs oftcner.
New books at Iloipsholmer & Co.'s
Rook Department. "The Hcort of
LiU'V' -Mnurteus: ".'liGods," A'Somu
Mortals" and "Lord Wickonhain,"
John Obvei llobbs; "Stark-Munro
Letters," Cniiau Doylo; "Out of India,'
Kipling; Harvard Stories," Post.
Reels from all parts of the state aro
daily coining to tho Chemical Labora
tory with r quests for analysis. Since
tho beginning of beet growing iu the
state fro. analyses of beets have been
made of all beets sent iu. This woik
now practically takes the work of one
man. After this year iomo arrange
ment will bo made by which those who
ask for iinnlyp is of of beets will meet
the expense entailed.
Last week Prof. Nicholson was
called to Grand Island by wire to meet
a party of Minnesota railroad men Iu
charge of Dr. Frankforter of tho Uni
versity ol Minnesota. This party
visited Nebraska to got points on beet
growing and sugar growing. Dr.
Frankforter reports a growing interest
in beet glowing In his state and tho
University of Minnesota is taking a
prominent part in bringing tho beets
before the people.
A joke Is going the rounds on one of
the senior laws. lie answered "hero"
for a friend who was away with tho
foot ball team. All was well so far.
When his friend was called upon to re
cite ho bravely stood up and and
started in. When about half way
through tho prof, looked up. saving, "I
thought I called on Mr W." "
"Well - or or - I misunderstood, 1
"Well, your answer is all wrong any
way. Sit down."
e. Chancellor, a. m.,
J ' President.
J3. U.A.X iX-iE'X'M.',
Jeweler, Optician, and Engraver.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
JEWELRY, ETC., ETC.
All goo Is sol I euji'iirpd froo of ehnigo, and no ohargo mado for examining
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Has oponod the second
term of hor
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