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Xocal anb personal.
Dr. Wcnte, Dentist.
Unl pins at tho Co-op.
Dr. Angle. Skin Diseases, 1215 O.
Dr. E. A. Carr, Surgeon, 141 So. 12.
For a neat shine go to Edward's.
Cor. Eleventh and N sts.
Geo. E. Constancer, harbor, 1010 O
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114
Let us give you a tip. Drink tho
latest Newby Flip, at Hanna's.
Miss Maud Jussen of Falls City Is
visiting her sister at the Pi Phi house.
Get one of those sterling silver univer
sity pins at the Co-op. before going home.
Mr. Rose has been appointed ana
lytical chemist by tho Burlington
Miss Blanche Spinney of Des Moines
is visiting her sister at the conserva
tory. Miss Hazel Manrld of Beatrice visit
ed this week with her sister, Miss Inez
Miss Lizzie Bryan of Ashland, a for
mer student of -the university, is visit
ing old friends here.
A number of Pi Phis and Sigma
Chis enjoyed a picnic supper at the
park Decoration day.
Miss Minnie Morrill has gone to In
dianapolis, Ind., to visit Miss Teressa
Reagan, formerly of Lincoln.
Miss BeBsie Turner, who has been
in Chicago for the past week studying
music, will return this week.
Mr. A. J. Pepperburg loft lor Texas
last week, wnere he has secured a po
sition with o surveying imrtv.
-"cCMbs cuIi iMmmirk gave a post
graduate recltnl at tin university audi
toriiim Tuesday evening. May 20.
The best place in the city for satis
factory barber worlc is Westerfleld's.
117 1. 13th St. Givo him a trial and
you will be a regular customer.
The Williams collection or botanical
books and specimens hat just been
catalogued. There are 349 books and
pamphlets and 3,810 specimens.
Wanted Gentlemen and ladies; salary
20 per week and commission; expenses spend tho rest of tho summer and au
paid; experience not necessary. 3Iau-i tuinn in a tour of Holland, Belgium,
ager, J501 Richards block, J n coin, Neb.
Prof. E. II. Barbour has just been
appointed by Governor Savage as ono
of tho delegates to tho miners' con
gress at Boise City, Idaho, July TA, 2J.
Willis "Warner, assistant in geology,
has secured a position as chomist with
a large mining and smelting company
of Youngstown, Ohio. He left last
week to begin work.
Rodney Bliss has returned to the
university to take his degree with tho
senior class. He completed his work
last Homester and hns been at his
homo in Mindon since then.
Prof. 15. II. Barbour has accepted an
invitation to accompany tho geolog
ical society of America on a ten days'
excursion through Colorado.
Tho seniors hold a class meeting
last Tuesday. The business transact
ed was (-oncoming tho expenses of tho
picturo of Doan Edgron, which is to bo
placed in the library by the class.
E, G. Woodruff, commandant and in
structor in science in the Kearney mil
itary academy, is back at tho univer
sity. Ho will romaln until aftor com
mencement. IIo takes his degree
wltli tho class, having ilnished his
work early in tho yoar.
.,Vhen tho football team goes to
Minneapolis 'next. Thanksgiving day, a
great many engineering students, ex
pect to take advantage of tho rates in
order to see not only tho biggest, foot
ball game, but also (ho numerous en
gineering works in that neighborhood.
Tho fifth report of the botanical sur
vey has just been issued. It contains
a paper by J. J. Thornbur on "Tho
Prairie-Grass Formations in Region
I." Mr. Thornbur will in tho near
futuro join a party sent out by tho
United States forestry bureau, wno
are making a survey of tho state.
Students intending to study den
tistry will find tho Lincoln Dental
Collego thoroughly up-to-date, and
owned by Lincoln dentists, who are
sparing no energy or expense to make
it an institution of merit. For further
information address Lincoln Dental
Collego, 200 Richards block.
MessrB. Schuyler W. Miller and H
G. Shcdd will depart for Europe in Oe- '
tober. They will spend about seven (
months in London, Oxford, and Cam
bridge. The remainder of the time will
bo spent on the continent, visiting
points of interest. They will return in
time for tho opening of school tho
The Nebraska section of the Amer
ican Chemical Society will bo held in
room 12 of tho chemical laboratory
Saturday, June 8. Proi. Wilbur C.
Knight of tho University of Wyoming
will present a paper on the subject.
"The Occurrence and Chemical Char
acteristics of Wyoming Petroleum."
Tho meeting will be preceded by n
table d'hote dinner in the ordinary of
tho Lincoln hotel.
The Palladian Literary Society held
an election of officers Tuesday, June
28, 1901, which resulted as follows:
President, Lazell Sturdevant; vice
president, Sam Anderson; treasurer,
Newoll Elliott; secretary, Carrie Stett
ler, music secretary, Geneva Bullock;
'TiriX aaiJlli"i!'. .i".irr"1""rv' Christina
Uednar; historian, NohiButler
Thos. M. Hewitt; member of univer
sity council, G. A. Johnson; sorgeam-at-arms,
Dr. Robert E. Morltz left last Sat
urday over tho B. &, M. for Chicago,
where Mrs. Morltz will join him en
route to Buffalo. Mr. Morltz will sail
for Europe from Montreal June 15. He
expects to visit a number of the Ger
man universities during July, and
Germany, and Switzerland,
lowing year ho will occupy
at some German university.
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RECORDS BROKEN AT
Tho university track team was de
feated Thursday by the University -f
South Dakota team by a score of 72
to -10. The meet was held at Wood-
J Inml ,)nrki S0I1X Clty Kellogg raised
ids former state record an inch in tho
polo vault. Gaines broke three uni
versity records in tho 120-yard hur
dles at 17 seconds, tho high jump, r
feet 10 inches, and the running board
jump 21 feet R inches. Mundorf won
tho two mile run, nnd Tobin tho ham
mer throw. Tho events wore as fol
lows: 100-yard dash Collins, South Da
kota, first; McComb, Nebraska, sec
ond; Reynolds, Nebraska, third.
Time, 10 seconds.
220-yard dash Collins, South Da
kota, first; Reynolds, Nebraska, sec
ond; Beobe, South Dakota, third.
Timo, 2C 1 R seconds.
41 0-yard dash Johnson, South Da
kota, first; Beebo, South Dakota, sec
ond; Cowgill, Nebraska, third. Time,
52 2-5 seconds.
880-yard dash Johnson, South Da
kota, first; Douglas, South Dakota,
Hcoondj Garr, Nebraska, third, Time.
Mile runJohnson, South . Dakota,
first; Douglas, South Dakota, second,
Mundorf, Nebraska, third. Time,
Two mile run Mundorf, Nebraska,
first; Johnson, South Dakota, second;
Gambers, South Dakota, third. Time,
120-yard hurdles Gaines, Nebraska,
first; Mouck, Nebraska, second; Mey
ers, South Dakota, third. Time, 17
220-yard hurdles Collins, South Da
kota, first; Mouck, Nebraska, second;
Meyers, South Dakota, third. Time,
27 2-5 seconds.
Hammer throw Tobin, Nebraska,
first; Hanson, South Dakota, second;
Abit, South Dakota, third. Distance,
Shot put Hansen, South Dakota,
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Finish. Class and School Groups solicited.
Lantern slides made on short notice. Special
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The Omaha Medical College,
first; Tobin, Nebraska, second; Ed
wards, South Dakota, third. Distance,
Discus throw Ablt, South Dakota
first; Hanson, South Dakota, second;
Gaines, Nebraska, third. Distance,
105 V6 feet.
High jump Gaines, Nebraska, first;
Young, South Dakota, second; Ed
wards, South Dakota, third. Height,.
5 feet 10 inches.
Polo vault Meyers, South Dakota,
won, 10 feet 5 inches; Kellogg, Ne
braska, second, 10 feet 3 Inches;
Johnson, third, 10 feet.
Running broad jump Collins, South
Dakota, won, 21 feet 11 Inches; Gaines,
Nebraska, second, 21 feet 5 inches;
Edwards, South Dakota, third.
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