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to the "worse than prize-lighting" the
ory. It must be conceded that all oat
door sports involve a certain degree of
danger of bodily harm to those partici
pating in thorn, but wo can never place a
college amateur game, no matter how
rough, in tho catogory with a boastly
prize-fight, whore tho brutishnoss of the
"pug" is paid for in dollars and cents.
Miss Jessie Groodoll wont to Wilber,
Dr. Senter has taken charge of tho as
The University School of Agriculture
will close ono week from Friday.
Prof. Swezoy's little girl has been quite
sick for tho past week but is much bettor.
Tho English club will meet at the home
of Miss Edith Henry Saturday evening.
The Phi Kappi Psi. fraternity gives an
informal dance Saturday evening in its
Prof, and Mrs. Adams will entertain
some of the members of the faculty next
The "Yellow Kid" has struck the
Man society. See their program on
the bulletin board.
Boys, remember that Westorfield, the
Pioneer barber, gives tho latest style in
haircuts 117 N 13th.
Miss Mabel Grimm has been removed
to tlio sanitarium whore she is undergoing
an operation upon hr foot.
Chancellor MacLean is busily engaged
at the capitol thrwo days. Tho bill for
appropriation is before the legislature.
Pr French Dictionaries Feller's
Pocket, Uassell's, Mason's, etc., etc., a
lov prices goto Herpolsheimer & Co.
Please remember that D. T. Smith,
jowelor 1U0 0 street, will make prices
nght on watches, jewelery, fountain pens
and repairing of all kinds.
Dr. Bessoy conducted chapel exorcises
Professor Crabtroo, of Nebraska City,
attended tho teachers' association in tho
university chapel, Saturday.
Mr. Howard Brunei of Omaha, cousin
of Professor Brunor and Miss Amy Bru
nei', spoilt tho Sabbath in tho city.
Tho Ltincnstor county touchers mot in
tho university chapol last Saturday.
Chancellor MacLean gave them an inter
esting talk in tho afternoon.
B. J. Orland of Chicago, a graduate of
tho U. of N., will give a series of lectures
before tho Electrical Engineers' club next
Mrs. Hill of Loxington, Nob., mother
of Emma Pyrtlo, arrived Wednesday for
a short visit. Mrs. Hill is contemplating
purchasing a homo in tho city.
Miss Laura Pfoiffor '.07, will do insti
tute work in South Dakota during tho
summer. She will teach litoraturo and
history, and also conduct classo3 in kin
dergarten work. ,
Resolutions, strongly in favor of foot
ball and condeming tho previous resolu
tions were introduced by J. P. Cameron,
at the (J. 13. D. C. last Saturday night,
but were almost unanimously defeated.
The Nebraska section of the Amorican
Chemical society will meet next 'Friday
evening March 10, in tho chemical build
ing. Papers will bo read by R. S. Helt
n er on Tho Composition of American
Ciders; Benton Dales, The Electrolytic
Determination of Cadmium; H. A. Son
ter, Remarks on somo Gorman Chemi
cal' Industries. All are invited to these
meetings, though they are intended pri
marily for chemists.
Students We can save you money if
you buy your fuel from us. Wo have all
kinds of Coal at reasonable prices.
Hutchins & Hyatt,
1040 O Street.
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