University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)
- Class of 1917
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1917 volume:
UNIVlEHS!TY OF lLl.INOfS tmm
MAH 15 1921
Ihr wr Ennk
Qlnllvgv nf Igharmarg
Hniuvraitg nf Nvhraaka
liuhliaheh annuallg bg the ntuhrnia uf the
Olnllrgr nf Elghexrmarg
Glu Ubin' Zlhienhz anh Zllvllnm liharmariztzz
We are presenting to you this, the sixth Year Book of the University
of Nebraska College of Pharmacy, a resume of the year's actors and
activities. Tho published under somewhat adverse conditions due to the
excitement caused by the present war crisis, and the fact that a good
number of us have answered the call to the farm and the front, never-
theless ioe hope it deserves your appreciation, and be of interest to you as
pharmaceutical students, as well as the pharmacists in general, especially
those of our own state, Nebraska.
O Chancellor Emeritus E. Benjamin Andreufs,
thru whose foresight and ej7'orts the College
of Pharmacy becaine a reality, the students of that
College dedicate this book and they assure hirn
that the service he rendered to the Stale anrl to
Pharmacy at large by so doing, will ever be
renieinbered by all loyal students who corne within
the sphere of the influence of the instfz'tntion which
he inacle possible.
EAN RUFUS ASHLEY LYMAN, the man to
fzohom we attribute the gfrowth and success
of our College of Pharmacy. By his striking per-
sonality, high ideals and executive ability, he is
able to mould the thoughts and actions of the stu-
dent body in such a manner that they work urith
him, energizing the whole organization to such an
cncl that the success of his department is recog-
nized by all.
"":f's. ' V I'
HANCELLOR S. AVERY whose sua -
port of and CI'Z'glL'l:fi6C1 attitmlc toward
things jJlLflf7'77ZClC6'ZlZf2'Cfl,l has made if possible
for the College of Plzarmacff to become an
importawi integral part of the U1Z'Z'l'69l'Slff1j
and a powerful factor in fnznzalrivwg pharma-
ceutical 'ITIIGGVZS in the State.
FRED J. CREUTZ
CHAS. W. L1-:SH
A ss't Business Managefr
WENDELL H. BROOKLEY
JOSEPH E. HULTMAN
CCl7'f0O7ZZ.Sf y A ssocinte Edifofr
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Pharmacy and Physiology
ELSIE B. DAY
F. J. PERUSSE
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PR. F. L. BARK1-:R
DR. R. J. POOL
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DR. BENTON DALES
GARLAND E. LEWIS
General Chem. Laboratories
MARY L. FOSSLER
DR. H. H. WAITE
N. P. HANSEN
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MAR 1 5 1921
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the frienim anh rnmrahea me haue
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Harriet Anderson ..... ,..... S ecretary ...,. ,v.... E lla M Hansen
W. H. Nelson .....,. .... . Treasurer ..... ......, L ucile Keith
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Here at Nebraska the College of Pharmacy is famed for the bonds
of friendship which exist, not only between the students, but also between
the students and their faculty. The chief factor in promoting this good
fellowship is the Pharmaceutical Society. It's monthly or semi-monthly
meetings are delightfully informal affairs where topics of pharmaceutical
interest are discussed and where everyone feels free to join in. It fur-
nishes a common ground for freshmen and seniors alike and provides a
means of establishing acquaintances which otheru'i.se would be entirely
In the autumn it is customary to have a "feed', e.rpre.ssly for the
purpose of meeting the freshmen and introducing them into the .spirit
of the College. The girls, supposedly more skilled in such matters, are
allowed to be head chefs, with all the boys willing servants. The phys-
iology students sniff wistfully as they pass thru the halls and that may
account for the fact that we often haue medics who decide to take phar-
macy jirst, or for the people who change from other colleges into ours.
When everyone is gathered around the long table made by joining the
lab. tables, and the girls ladle out the oyster soup, what does it matter
that the tablecloth is a strip of unbleached muslin designed for labora-
tory use at some future time, or that the cracker jars bear a great resem-
blance to frog containers? The freshmen in turn are requested to rise
and give their name and home address, which they do with a profusion of
blushes, while the upper-classmen compose a short rhyme about each
one. For example, how could any one, however absent-minded, forget
Guy Irwin Tate who was introduced as the man "who ran a .sliver in
his tongue while licking out his plate"? This meeting of the Pharma-
ceutical Society serzves as the freshmen initiation and thereafter all are
full fledged members.
Every year, when we receive letters full of friendly feeling and hearty
good wishes from our alumnae who are out taking part in the world's
work, we realize just how much the society i.s doing in establishing
friendships which last not only thru our college years but thru life.
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13111 Brita Glhi
FRATRES IN URBE
H. R. Arner E. M. Hansen
Chancellor S. Avery N. P. Hansen
Raymond Bauer Dean R. A. Lyman
Prof. George Borrowman F. J. Perusse
J. P. Browne G. E. Lewis
O. W. Cone H. L. Thompson
Prof. Benton Dales H. F. Worthman
J. K. McDowell E. W. Schaufelberger
Prof. C. J. Frankforter
Fred J. Creutz C. G. Samuelson
Everette James W. E. Weist
C. W. Lesh Leo Pickering
H. D. MacMurray
L. E. Gummere Roy A. Larson
W. J. Johnson J. W. Marquis
J. R. Pexton A. F. Prawitz
W. H. Brookley Glen Harlan
R. L. Brown B. W. Howe
Ralph Cobb J. E. Hultman
Guy E. Tate A. W.
ight Brita Qlhi
Phi Delta Chi was founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1883. The
aims of the founders in organizing a professional fraternity among phar-
macy and chemistry students, were to raise the standards of pharmacy
and chemistry thru scholarship and co-operation and to promote good
fellowship among the students. Only undergraduate students of phar-
macy and chemistry are eligible to membership.
The present chapter, Pi, was granted its charter March 22, 1912.
During the Jive years of its existence, it has endeavored to live up to the
aims of the founders in the best manner possible.
The chapter house is located at 1426 E street and is the scene of
great activity, especially the weeh before the State Board meets and just
before final eafaminations. It is open at all times for the use of the Phar-
maceutical Society, for smokers and feeds.
This year Pi chapter was honored by having Grand Council held here.
It was not only an honor, but also a great .stimulus to the members of
Pi, for they came in contact with students from the best colleges in the
country and also with some of the big men in pharmacy. There were
colleges from as far west as California and as far east as New York
represented. Thus an insight was given to the members of Pi what other
students from other colleges were doing. .Jn turn, the College of Phar-
macy of the University of Nebraska was displayed to the visitors in the
best manner possible, and incidentally given a great boost, for all of the
visitors spoke highly of the college and all said they would remember with
a great deal of pleasure their visit to the College of Pharmacy of the
University of N ebrasha.
A gentle gifted girl, getting good
HARRIETT ANDERSON, '18, Genoa, Nebr.
President Asst. Club, Asst. in Physiology,
A long, lanky lad, loves to labor in
HOWARD ANDERSON, '18, Bridgeport, Nebr.
Pharmaceutical Society, Chem. Club.
A crafty cautious captain, causing
SAUL BRYAN ARENSON, '17, Lincoln, Nebr.
Alpha Chi Sigma, Chem. Club, Asst. in
Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Society.
His alalstouwilzrliizg assurance is aided
by his ability to argue arrlently ami
DANIEL S. BRAZDA, '19, Dodge, Nebr.
Chem. Club, Pre-Medics Society, Pharma-
ceutical Society, Komensky Club, Asst. in
A clean CZL7'L7Zit71-Q eairtoonlz'st, creatfiizg
WENDELL H. BRooi4LEY, '19, Edgar, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Year Book Staff, Pharma-
A Scottsblujf subject, securely settled
in the sugar-beet sands
RAYMOND L. BRowN, '19, Scottsbluff, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society.
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A nza.gna.iz.imOa.s medic manifesting a
'WtCl.'7'lC6d mental aptitfude for micro-
CARL ROBERT CARLSON, '18, Pacific Junction,
President Pre-Medic Society, Pharma-
ceutical Society, Tegneer, Chem. Club,
Asst. Club, Asst. in Zoology.
A pfroiid 1J'l'0g'72.0St'tC,' precautions
RALPH COBB, '19, Atlanta, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Glee Club, Pharmaceutical
An afrdeiit amateur assistant, always
acrozmd after a-iz. acrgimient
FRED J. CREUTZ, '17, Wausa, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Silver Lynx, Ass't in
Physiology and Pharmacology, Uni-
versity Cadet Band, Editor Year Book,
Vvciofns Tlzowzpsofns varzforzzs 'vague
uefrsfzoofzs of rczlences own' the Ver-
ARDEN D. FISHER, '19, Oxford, Nebr.
A likely lad, leamri'ng his lesson, but
lives cz. lcrzfszrrelgf life
GEORGE FLETCHER, '20, Tilden, Nebr.
A sow of S'1U0l'lC'l'I, slay but slzreufcl iw.
Sll'll7Q7l'l77.Q suasrzfrve sylplzs
ERNEST L. FOGELSTROM, '19, Wahoo, Nebr.
A. B. Augustana College, Pharmaceutical
Society, Registered Pharmacist.
Quick at qnieting a quarrel
CLYDE FOSTER, '18, McGrew, Nebr.
Pharmaceutical Society .
Grant glofrijies in giving grand glor-
ious gifts to a girlie, genas Gilli-
RICHARD S. GRANT, '17, Beatrice, Nebr.
Delta Tau Delta, Banquet Committee,
Pharmaceutical Society, Registered
A mighty man, making many marl-
LLOYD E. GUMMERE, '18, Stratton, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, University of Colorado,
Pharmaceutical Society, '15-'16, Reg-
w Y "xi-
With cz, wise watclzful ll'C'l.lf, 1f'z'nnz'11g
ROBERT S. HALLIWELL, '19, Odessa, Nebr.
Cofzztifivcs to comferse C0lIfl'IIllflllj!
wiflz. college coqzcettex
ALEX HANSEN, '20, Lincoln, Nebr.
Beta Theta Pi, Pharmaceutical Society.
A seenziingly small xamplc of sac-
ELLA M. HANSEN, '18, Lincoln, Nebr.
Delta Delta Delta, Pharmacy Week Com-
mittee, Ph-armaceutical Society.
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An aclroit clulocrat who is always
rambling afroimcl after aflventzwe
CLYDE C. HARDY, '20, Columbus, Nebr.
Slow but szifre-seems to assure
tain success for this simple soul
GLEN B. HARLAN, '20, Lincoln, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Soci
A would be warrlofr waiting for the
200117 from West Point
BURTON M. Hows, '19, Valentine, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society,
lcle fellow who fam uvmlfl IKIHCHI-
atc fam femzmnzty
ELWooD HUFFMAL, ll, Xoik, Nebi.
A rlawrlilllg flevil zvlw dislikes Doc-'s
JOSEPH E. HULTMAN, '19, Albert City. Iowa.
Phi Delta Chi. Year Book Staff, Pharma
4471 zflrzclzlstrfious irreproachable intel-
lectual iconoclast, with an ?'fl?.0-S'1j'lZ-
crasy agmfrzst lzklleness
HERMAN H. JENSEN, '20, Audubon, Iowa.
Pre-Medic Society, Pharmaceutical Soci-
A serious stucleilt, systematically
szlrmozmtiizg 8tZlblJ07'7'l obstacles,
afnd staimfclzliy stcmcliiig foi' super-
EIAIER W. JOHNSON, '17, West Point, Nebr.
Registered Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical
Q'ZlCll'l'llfl2j quotes queer quips, but
QlllU6'I'S when quelliiig a quiz
WILMER J. JOHNSON, '18, Gordon, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society.
Plenty of pep, playing impossible
pranks, pei'ple.riizy people with liei'
LUCILE KEITH, '18, Hastings, Nebr.
Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer Pharmaceu-
tical Society, Pharmacy Week Com-
mittee, Pharmaceutical Society.
A d'1j'l'lCL7H?iCf d2'sp0sdtf1Io11., IIZi31JCl'l'ClQ7:'7'lg
disordefr, fliligently d6'Zi8'7"7'IZiTZ,t'lI-Q cz
ROY A. LARSEN, '17, Harrison, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Chemistry Club, Chemis-
try Assistant, Pharmaceutical Society,
Fates Vfairorzfte, fearlessly fa-czfng for-
midable PlLCl,I"l?1'l.CS, who fkuzcy facil-
zares in plzfyszology
CHAS. W. LESH, '17, University Place, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Assistants Club, Business
Manager Year Book, Vice-President
Student Financing Association, Assist-
ant in Physiology.
His wovzderful way with the wofmen
has won, lzzwm world wise wisdom
HARRY D. MACMURRAY, '17, Gardiner, Mont.
Phi Delta Chi, Cornhusker Staff, Year
Book Staff, Registered Pharmacist.
A microscopic fniidjet, mystifyihg
mankind with his marvelous mus-
WM. JAMES MARQUIS, '18, Stromsburg, Neb.
Phi Delta Chi, Pre-Medic Society, Pharm-
A poor poet who pleases the populace
with his Pharmaceutical prattle
WILFORD S. NELSON, '18, Genoa, Nebr.
Alpha Theta Chi, Year Book Staff, Pres-
ident Pharmaceutical Society, Regis-
tered Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical So-
Of fleceut Cl6Wl6Cl,'7'l0'7', diligently de-
vouring Doctoi"s Dogmas
HOWARD PARKER, '19, Pender, Nebr.
His heart hangs out in Harlan, u'l1,erc
he hears the 'Harp of Hrymew'
J. RAY PEXTON, 17, Harlan, Iowa.
Phi Delta Chi, Comus Club, Hawkeye
Club, Registered Pharmacist, Year
Has a fatal fad of -ftlillfllg for the
Liao. L. PICKERING, ,17, Eustis, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Registered Pharmacist,
A clzfgrzzffied duitclzmcm who dares to
do fIClS'tfl'I'CIljl flaring deeds
ARTHUR F. PRAWITZ, '19, West Point, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society.
A famous Pltidelt, fond of phowmaf
cology, forever fixing to fool the
EARNEST W. RINCKER, '17, North Platte,
Phi Delta Theta, Iron Sphynx, Registered
Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical Society.
A subtle suave Swain, swimming in
the surging swirl of superdomi-
WM. MORLAND Rooms, '18, Ragan, Nebr.
Pharmaceutical Society, Twins Club.
With zestfull zealousness, fighting
zeros in zoology
WEBB L. RUSSEL, '19, Weeping Water, Nebr.
Says CL Swede sure secures success by
.slu-fling cmd slingftfzfzlg the sczlue
CHARLES GODFREY SAMUELSON, '17, Milford,
Phi Delta Chi, Registered Pharmacist,
Assistant in Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical
Spends sprivzg Sufndays seeking spicy
EDWARD SIMANEK, '18, Prague, Nebr.
Komensky Club, Chemistry Club, Pharm-
A frolicksome flreslzmcwzl, fresh as
forage, but .feczlrfful of frogs
GUY E. TATE, '19, Lodge Pole, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society.
A fine fearless fellow fighting for
freecloin on the farm
AUGUST W. TETER, '19, Bartley, Nebrr.
Phi Delta Chi, Pharmaceutical Society.
A fair faithful fellow, forming a fine
WALTER E. WEIST, '18, Shelton, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Registered Pharmacist,
A bonibastic Benedict, bearing a
bright, brilliant, burnished 'bean'
WM. EVERETT JAMES, '17, York, Nebr.
Phi Delta Chi, Chemistry Club, Regis-
A briyhz' boy ba.11zImo,zIc1l by horn.:
THOS. W. BENNFIT, '19, Surprise, Nebr,
Pre-Medic Society, Pharmaceutical Soci-
Mz'dsemestecrs are mourntfzzl nzusic to
this Qrmzdfzfl martyr
BRUCE SAMUEL HART!-3, '19, Gibbon, Nebr.
A willful zcorlcer, zulzetlzcr weak 1
HELENA I. REDFURD, '18, Lincoln, Nebr.
A peppery person, pulling what she
pleases, persi.sffz.ntly Ilflflifllflnllg of
CAROLYNE RICKERT, '20, Lincoln, Nebr.
A pcrofcssiornal potccntate who pomlers
over P0ol's precczous' per'cfnfn.2al pro-
LUKE PURTER, '19,
Ph a rm ac-eu tical Society.
of California Purdue University
of Southern California Columbia University
of Texas Northwestern University
of Iowa Pittsburg College of Pharmacy
of Ohio Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
of Oklahoma Massachusetts College of Pharmacy
University of Nebraska
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The year 1916-1917 has been a steady growth in the College of
The registration is the largest it has ever been, but more praiseworthy
than number is the fact that the quality of students entering the field
of pharmacy has shown a constant improvement from year to year. T0-
day no finer men or women of greater mental capacity or moral integrity
are to be found upon the campus of the University than those registered
in the College of Pharmacy.
Few men realize the part the pharmacist plays in the community.
The drug store is the social center of every community in the state. It
is the place where the young people meet for social intercourse and where
older people go for information. It is a place where all classes go for
service. Next to the church and school, the drug store may be the great-
est agency for good in a community, and next to the saloon it may be
productive of the most harm. The need of well-trained men and women
of moral worth in the drug stores in Nebraska is obvious.
The present European war is bringing the druggist to his own. Eng-
land early in the war placed an embargo upon the important drug pro-
ducing plants, and the supply was cut off from America. Had it not been
that a number of American universities and firms had begun the pro-
duction of drug plants, American medicine would have been a problem.
The College of Pharmacy is one of the pioneers in this work, and the
drug plant garden it has developed is one of the best in the United
States, and has received special attention from the pharmaceutical press
thruout the country. ln the development of the new campus the drug
plant garden will increase in size and the number of species. It will
be used for experiment and research as well as for teaching purposes.
As evidence of the progressive spirit of the College of Pharmacy,
Dean R. A. Lyman was in September of last year elected president of
the American Conference of Pharmaceutical faculties at the annual con-
vention at Philadelphia.
Next year the College of Pharmacy will occupy the present chemical
building where greater production and development will be afforded.
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Women practiced medicine centuries before Christ, although it has
not been until recently that they have taken up a methodical and scien-
tific study of drugs and their usages. All thru the ages they have had
a more or less complete knowledge of the common drugs and drug plants
and the value and virtue of these in relieving pain and suffering. In
this day, when it is conceded proper that women should enter into va-
rious fields of educational, professional and commercial occupations, and
when she is welcomed into every phase of commerce, she should be en-
couraged to enter into the field of Pharmacy.
Girls are especially fitted for this work. Their skill and accuracy
in weighing, compounding and dispensing, also their cleanliness and thoro-
ness in becoming expert chemical analysts, botanists and pharmacog-
nists are qualities which aid them in becoming successful pharmacists.
Their desire of giving efficient and courteous service to the public, and
in managing the store both methodically and economically, aid them in
gaining their achieved goal.
It is only human that the investigative side of any profession should
appeal to everyone. Will we ever forget the hours we spent trying to
enlighten ourselves as to the constitutents of a beautifully colored un-
known, probably distilled water and carmine, or will we ever forget the
first kymograph we made in physiology and how we soon became almost as
skilled in cutting up frogs as our assistants? And the technique we ac-
Guired, even tho our rabbits did die sometimes, in solving the problems
of the action of strychnine, digitalis and nicotine on animals? And those
quizzes of Doctors? This is only a part, but very essential, of the train-
ing the girls as well as the boys receive at Nebraska.
Besides having the privilege of attending one of the most progressive
and enterprising Colleges of Pharmacy in the United States, we have as
our Dean, Dr. R. A. Lyman, who is noted thruout the country in the phar-
maceutical world, as one of the most progressive educators in the move-
ment of raising the standards of pharmaceutical training. We also have
the privilege of coming in contact with other men of his type.
The women receive all these privileges as well as the men and altho
there are few girls registered in our Colleges of Pharmacy thruout the
country at present, the number is constantly increasing, as it is a field
for wonderful advancement and is not abundantly supplied with effi-
cient women, as is the case with many other professions.
Girls should be encouraged to enter this profession as they are en-
dowed with the faculties of courteousness, dignity at work, cleanliness, ac-
curacy, thoroness, obligingness, and refinement which they will be able
to use for the upbuilding of one of the newest and most desirable pro-
fessions for women-Pharmacy. L. KEITH.
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The first warm days of spring are past. Nature everywhere is
beaming with vivacity and happiness. Its trees, flowers and grasses give
no evidence that they are troubled by the momentous affairs of men
and nations but have broken into life and are adding their welcome to
the approaching summer season.
The sun dial, bubbling fountain and old wooden benches, the tradi-
tional senior ivy, and the late Dr. Bessey's collection of cacti near the
south entrance of old "U" hall, all present a pleasing as well as inter-
esting appearance not only to sons and daughters of fair "Nebraska",
but to visitors as well.
The Drug Plant Garden with its pool of blooming water hyacinth,
iris and sweet flag, located between the museum and Nebraska hall, may
at first appear to be but a part of the decorative scheme of the gardener,
but on closer observation many strange plants and shrubs will there be
seen that are other than decorative in character. Some of these pro-
duce deadly poisonous products which after proper curing and isolation
contribute some of the most valuable substances used in medicine.
Here we will find the artemesia bush, digitalis, rhubarb, deadly night
shade, flax, dill, burdock, conium or poison hemlock, boneset, chamomile,
tansy, marygold, caraway, wormwood, bitter sweet, henbane, Valerian,
Indian drugs, Canadian hemp, belladonna, pulsatilla, horehound, stra-
monium, larkspur, senna, pleuresy root, aconite, spearmint, peppermint,
thyme, mezerium, rnanna, witchhazel, cascara, almond, prickly ash, wahoo,
blackhaw, snakeroot, lycopodium, hellebore, gold thread, male fern, hy-
drastis and others.
In the green house which lies a little west of the garden you will
find the tropical and other semi-tropical plants including vanilla, coffee,
coca, orange, lemon, fig, cinchona, cinnamon, ginger, squill, tolu, cardamon
and eucalptus tree.
The advantage of having fresh material for microscopical study, the
exceptional opportunities for the study of the soil and climatic conditions,
the growing, curing, harvesting and standardization of drugs, the well
equipped laboratories, competent instructors, and above all a loyal and
wholesome spirit of fellowship between teacher and student are factors
which blend to make student life in the halls of Nebraska College of
Pharmacy complete, and last but not least, enjoyable.
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About thirty-five years ago, a few of the progressive druggists of the
state, realizing the need of co-operation, came together and organized
the Nebraska State Pharmaceutical Association. Since then it has grown
until it has almost every active druggist of the state enrolled in its mem-
bership. Annual meetings are held to transact business, elect oflicers,
impart information, and as a general mixer and good time.
Now why should we, as students of pharmacy and as prospective
druggists of the state, be vitally interested in this organization?
Our school experience has shown us that to gain power and influ-
ence, we must unite and work together as a unit, hence the various clubs,
societies and fraternities with which we are all afliliated. This applies
exactly to the organization of the N. S. P. A. Thru this united action
they have secured such notable laws as the Poison Law, the Pharmacy
Law, the 'Cocaine' Law, the Pure Food and Drug Law, and the Anti-
narcotic Law. At the present time they are trying to solve the difficulties
encountered by the "square" druggist in the new "Bone Dry" Law. It
takes concerted action to do this, and they need your help.
We, as students, are more or less able to realize the evils and short-
comings of Pharmacy as it now stands. We, as members of the N. S.
P. A., can help remedy these unfortunate conditions and put it on the
eminent commercial and scientific plane which it deserves.
All of us are liable to become somewhat stale after leaving school.
The annual meetings of the Association serve as a post graduate course
for the pharmacist, for there is where he can brighten up on new topics,
and have discussed any problems which may confront him.
The ability to meet your fellow man and be a good mixer is one
of the valuable assets of life. We have discovered this while in school.
N. S. P. A. is fostered with a feeling of good fellowship, a place where
you meet and make friends with your fellow pharmacist, discovering with
what fine fellows you are commercially and scientifically associated. And
how we long to see faces of some of our old classmates after we are
out of school. N. S. P. A. serves as a common meeting place where we
can get together and talk over the good old days.
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By the phrase, "Our new building," we do not mean that the build-
ing itself is new, but that it is new as the home of the College of Phar-
macy. Since it was definitely decided in the spring of 1915 that the Uni-
versity site was to remain in the city and that there was to be a new
Chemistry building, we have looked forward to the time when we too
might move into more roomy quarters. The situation at present is some-
what like that of the man who lived in a Hat and said that every time
he Winked he knocked something off the mantle.
The building is to be completely renovated inside and out before
we take up our abode. The stones are to be chipped off and faced with
cement and the whole repainted. Taking up the interior we will begin
with the basement. Here one great change is to be produced. The "sleep-
ing room" will be a sleeping room no longer. Woe unto the juniors or
seniors who, under the spell of old associations, fall asleep in Doctor's
physiology or pharmacology classes. The assaying laboratory is to be used
for blood pressure work in the physiological standardization of drugs,
while the South and the East laboratories are to be used for manufac-
turing and should be even sufficiently isolated for Mac to make India ink.
On the ground Hoor Miss Fosler's office will be turned into a store
room for the whole building. The quantitative chemistry lab, and the
private lab, adjoining will become our microscopical laboratory for work
in Pharmacognosy and examination of crude drugs. The corresponding
laboratory on the West side will be used for analytical pharmacy. The
old habitat of experimental work in organic chemistry, beloved by us all,
will see no more Christmas trees, hear no more ether explosions, and
smell no more mercaptans, but will be a perfect haven of bliss as lab-
oratory in general pharmacy with Professor Perusse installed in the otlice
at the North end.
The big laboratory on the second floor will be converted into a phys-
iology laboratory and our library will be placed where the Chemistry
library now is. Dr. Dales' headquarters will be occupied by his succes-
sor, Dr. Lyman. The most extensive change will be made in what is now
the store room. It is to be divided into a small lecture room with a seat-
ing capacity of about sixty and into small private laboratories for research
work and work in sex hygiene. l
The attic is to be provided with the proper equipment for drying
crude drugs from the garden and a complete milling plant will be in-
stalled. The tower will be used as a house for small animals used in ex-
perimental work. It is to be hoped that at some time not far distant
all of our hopes and expectations will be realized. "HATTIE"
Pharmacy Week is the one time of the school year which the Phar-
macist calls the big week of the school year. Pharmacy Week began
May 9, lasting until May 11. During this week everyone is too busy to
study, professors usually forget their strict rules and we glide along
nicely, except for a few exams.
To make ourselves known about the campus we wear armbands and
our flag proudly floats over the old "U" Hall. There is also a special
notice in the Daily Nebraskan about the program for the week.
This year we were more than ever disturbed in our classes because
of the Pharmacy Board meeting in our class rooms and as fifteen of our
boys were taking the examinations our senior classes were greatly dimin-
ished. We are very proud to announce that all the Nebraska boys taking
the Board passed.
The first special entertainment on the program was the annual ban-
quet held in the Rose Garden at the Lincoln Hotel at which about sixty
were present. This is given for the State Board examiners, faculty of
the University, Druggists of the State and members of the Pharmacy
College. The special guest this year was Dr. Albert Schneider, Dean of
the University of California College of Pharmacy, who spoke on drug
inspection by the pure food department of the states and the inspection
of drugs imported into the United States. We listened to a number
of good toasts, sang songs and had a very jolly time.
The next day we had convocation in Memorial Hall when Dr. Schnei-
der spoke to us about drug plant growing. He told of the successes at
California and the important drugs that might be grown in Nebraska.
From the convocation we went to the Commercial Club for luncheon and
then we heard a short speech again by Dr. Schneider on the progress of
On Friday we ended our Pharmacy Week by a picnic at Epworth
Park when about fifty were present. The boys spent the time playing
ball while some of the girls and boys entertained themselves at tennis.
This ended a very enjoyable week and we ask you to come and join us
next year and we know you will want to come back again.
ideriln nf thc State Ifnarh
In the spring of each year a number of aspiring Pharmics of the
University of Nebraska meet in some secure place fortified with the
works of Cushney, Remington, Kraemer and other wellknown generals
to withstand the attack of Capt. Ewing and his able staff.
Preparations are made for this battle several weeks previous to this
time when they must enter the trenches of "N" Hall and uphold the valor
and brilliant deeds of those who have gone before. Every evening secret
sessions are held in the chamber of war usually presided over by Lieu-
tenants Lesh, Grant, Creutz, Rinker or other Veterans who have worked
so valiantly in upholding the defense of Ranks of Pharmacy. In each
conference the weak points are shown and these are immediately looked
into and strengthened until the entire squadron is brought up to fighting
strength. The assignments of Field Marshall Lyman, Lieut. Gen. Perusse
and Miss Day, head of the Red Cross work, are continually bombarding
us while we are working on the plans for advancement on the "Strong
holds" of General Ewing.
The weeks drag on, while the entire fighting force keep tuned up to
their utmost capacity, ready to repulse the attack of the invading enemy.
Several reports are received during his time in regards to the numerous
weaknesses of invaders and our force is strengthened along the lines until
the day of the battle we are fully prepared to give fight.
The day of the great conflict finally arrives, the weather is ideal for
lighting and with our Wireless apparatus, ammunition, and other imple-
ments of warfare we advance upon the enemy in "N" hall. After two
days of fierce fighting and sleepless nights, both sides are exhausted
and on the third day they both retreat. The next few days are very try-
ing. Post Mortems are held in which the number fof questionsj killed or
wounded are counted and the possible chances for the missing. We
patiently await the reports that are issued from the secret conference
held at the Hague to determine whether some of the valiant soldiers shall
again enter the battle in August or if they have all showed ability to fight
effectively and in reward shall receive a commission for their bravery.
The time passes on until the day when we receive a letter from the De-
partment of War. We open the report with trembling hands and with a
trembling hand read the following:
Creston, Nebr., May 22, 1917.
You have met the enemy and they are yours. Your ability to fight,
write and think has been satisfactory so therefore we now bestow upon
you the right to go anywhere in the state equipped with a Spatula, Mor-
tar and other Pharmaceutical implements and fight the rest of your life,
fight for what you think is right and then may the Dove of Peace be with
you for evermore.
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Study your lessons,
Stay home at night,
Cram for the board,
And you'll come out all right.
Then get you a job
And a good looking wife,
Then you're well prepared
For the rest of your life.
GLEANED FROM SOME QUIZ PAPERS
Description of a Red Blood Corpuscle tby a Home Ec.J
Red Corpuscles are of a yellowish color and like a doughnut except
the ring in the center gave it a bulged appearance, side view, but an
appearance of a sunken biscuit from a flat view.
Laky blood is blood that runs minus haemoglobin.
The food then passes into the fungus end of the stomach.
Ques. State some economic importance of the Brown Sea Weed.
Ans. Sargassum is one of the Brown Sea Weeds which develop ex-
tensive areas, known as the sargasso seed. This plant is used for a good
many things but its most common use is in the manufacturing of the
"Hula Hula Skirts" for Hawaiian dancers.
What is Bacteria?
Cheese with that powerful and all prevailing odor which would insult
the olfactory nerves of any one but a very german German, owes its de-
lightful fragrance to Bacteria.
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BUCKING THE BGARD
He is sitting beside the table,
Piles of books before him are
Around him, about him, is silence,
All the others are long abed.
Where did you get such a name?
Wonder if the family's the same?
Is alcohol really a food?
Does it stimulate, does it depress?
Why does it muddle the reason?
If it comes to the worst he can
He wakes with a worried feeling,
The fatal day has comeg
For him the birds are silent-
All nature might well be dumb.
He staggers on his way to school,
Something seems wrong with his
His hands are cold and clammy,
When first the question he sees.
He glances thru them quickly,
He soon has written the answers,
Even to the formulae for dyes.
Now comes the watchful waiting,
Ten days of awful suspense.
How trivial it all will seem,
Some twenty or thirty years
The postman stops at the door
With an envelope long and white,
Trembling fingers break the seal
As he holds his breath with fright
An average of eighty-nine and nine
Supremest of supreme joys,
Now comes the big celebration,
Fritz C reutz
Hattie A nderson
Elmer JohN son
Howard AnD erson
WI lmer Johnson
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S. V an Larson
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Those roller towels Wouldn't be so bad if the janitor would change
the film oftener.
1 As old Doc Foster says, "The wheel that squeeks the loudest is the
one which gets the grease."
THEREYS A REASON
We have been wondering as to the reason why Parker frequents Bul-
1ard's Shindig on Saturday nights. We have found out. He is gathering
i material for his new book, "The Evils of the Modern Dance."
i Time hangs heavy on the hands of those who wear a wrist watch.
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Spring is here, one more my dear,
In all its glad attire.
A freshman green, is oftimes seen
Out on the campus mire.
He longs to go Where the cattle low
And the rooster crows at morn.
Where he may Work in a calico shirt
Amidst the golden corn.
Girls classy looks and old text books.
Have no appeal to him.
For his heart is back, to the old farm
By the creek where he used to swim.
But then alas, 'tis time for class,
And he wends his Weary Way
To answer the call of old N hall
To its class rooms dark and gray.
HSYRUPS U OF N"
Of all mixtures known to the pharmacist's art
Syrups play for man, the most charitable part.
No matter how bitter the tinctures or pills,-
Or whatever else is prescribed for our ills,-
Just pour in some syrup and give it a shake
And who will deny that it's pleasant to take?
You sit in the lab, and shiver with fear
As Lesh Whets his knife and takes hold of your ear,
And think of the books over which you have pored
With fantastic dreams of passing the board.
For such troubles as these a cure there is none,
So just add these syrups: frolic, fussing and fun.
For some jokes and some fun in the course of the day
Make everyone happy and work look like play.
The hour was late-twelve bells I'm afraid-
A cold, dreary, side porch, a man and a maid.
From the window above there falleth two shoes,
Naughty girls? Naughty boys? You may think what you choose
What happened next it was too dark to see,
But this exclamation: "by the POWERS that be!"
If to reason you'll heed my advice,
You'll avoid that location, after shoes comes the rice.
One bright afternoon Freddie wanted to talk,
Called up Miss Lucile to go for a walk.
'Twas late in the fall and Lucile had a cold.
Salicylic acid is good for colds I am told.
They strolled around the park, took a look at the deer,
As for further events, Keithie hopes ne'er to hear.
Two people, they were sitting in a hammock side by side,
Now forward, now backward, how smoothly they glide,
The moonbeams beam softly thru the still summer air,
And reflect a bright gleam from Fisher's golden hair.
See the sparkle of brown eyes, the gleam of White teeth
But hear only a murmur, which ends with "O'KEITH."
The car men of Lincoln were called on to strike,
The people of Lincoln, as a consequence, hike,
It acts as a preventive for staying out late,
All suburbanites hurry to be home before eight.
But I know our Mac loses parts of his smiles
When he is compelled to walk miles after MILES.
If you can't take a car after you've seen your adored,
Just never you mind, there's old jitney Ford.
We all have our heroes from historical lore,
Grant, Washington, Lincoln, and still there are more.
Or perhaps it is heroines, dauntless and brave,
Who live like nobles, go martyrs to the grave.
But Roy Larson chooses from the great book of Truth
And centers admiration and affection on RUTH.
When spring had arrived with its birds and its flowers
And temptations arose for keeping late hours,
A rumor or two reached the ears of shrewd Freddie
Who at once set to work to look up Ella's "Steady".
However it's true, when at school she was seen,
Conclusions were reached she was quite fond of GREEN
'Twas a wonderful day in the fair month of June,
The birdies were singing, all the world was in tune,
Peck was rushing around with manner distraitg
We inquired for the cause as we stopped at the gateg
And we asked him just why he was acting this wayg
And he said, "No letter from Bishop has shown up today
Good St. Valentine lived long ago, long ago,
But his birthday brings pleasure to a girl in Wahoo,
A box of sweet candy, some valentine hearts,
Trimmed with ribbon and lace, Cupids and darts.
We wondered before what power could lend
Such a charm for Fogey at home at weekends.
You all have heard this, when you called for a date,
"Oh yes,-delighted-I'll be ready at eight".
But Gummy will tell you it's a desperate plight
To change your mind and have two the same night.
The Alpha-O-porch has a wonderful swing,
Still the stenographer too is a dear little thing.
Gummy wandered around with his brain in fog,
But the question is this, where went the stenog?
You have heard an account of the fun and the joys,
In the lives of the Pharmacy girls and boys,-
If your feelings were hurt never mind. just cheer up
For the last thing we'll pass is the soothing syrup.
-Toast given by Hattie at Annual Banquet
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WHY CREUTZ GOES OUT NIGHTS
Perusse says that he has
two speeds, one that he us-
ually goes and one that is
Ella-Our dog swallowed a
Alex-I suppose it is the
same old gag about him going
out in the yard and dying by
Ella-No, he laid down on
the bed and died by the foot.
Andy to Simanek-Be care-
ful, my boy. I just sent one
man out to Wyuka last Week.
Note-It has been said that
Andy saw Simanek on the
street one night after 10
o'clock. After careful consid-
eration we think that Andy
must have had a dream, for
Ed declares that such a thing
has never happened and We
will stick by Ed, for We can
never remember of Andy miss-
ing an 8 o'clock. Impossible
for him to stay out after 10
o'clock and make an 8 o'clock
the next day.
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Boys, it pays to have the nerve to try for the
University Band. And we want more Phar- lg
mics represented there. So get busy next year. Tl
HABITAT OF THE LYNX
It has been said that Lucile has had a new "Benzene Ring" pinned to q
her waist here lately. The question is, did Creutz take chem? li
Perusse-File your papers in regular order. it
Halliwell-Going to start a new phylum, eh? y
Miss Day-Ella, you absolutely do not look natural when you are
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Ella-Mr. Rogers, isn't your twin sister a lot older than you are?
RUBBER OR SEA ISLAND W
Caroline--Here I was going to have sponge cake for lunch, but it was
a total failure, that fool druggist sent me the wrong kind of sponges.
Bill-After a while the frog goes into conclusions.
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"See your weigh clear," said the balance.
'Pullf' said the cork-screw.
"Take care," said the Nitric Acid.
'Stick to it," said the Mustard Plaster.
YES, HE COMES FROM IOWA
Doc-Pexton, what is yellow Jawndice?
Pex-It is an infection of the jaw.
Senior-Say Frosh, what are you going to take next year?
Frosh-Prussic Acid, I guess.
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Bill-CDuring one of Doctor Lyman's four hour quizzesb. Say Creutz
shall We date this paper the time We started oi' the time when we finish.
Perusse-What is the only gum oflicial?
Day-What is the official name for slippery Elm?
Simanek-I did know, but it has slipped my mind now.
SUGGESTIONS FOR COMMITTEES OF REVISION OF U. S. P. X.
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BEFORE MAY lst
Little saloon, don't you cry.
You'll be a drug store bye and bye.
Little saloon, you've done your worst,
But we'll play square. We'll let 'em thirst.
Prof. H. L. Thompson
Keithie-Well, I know Joe has some sisters, so I guess I can take
him as he is.
A man whose brains won't get him into print may always grab some
publicity for his kidneys by signing a patent medicine testimonial.
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COULD THIS BE HATTIE?
Co-ed Cstepping up to store room
windowb-Please give me a few
crystals of Aqua Regia.
Who was it saw Shembeck back
of the Magnet the other night with
a big bouquet in his arms, Waiting
to see Mary Pickford home?
Russel gets along fine in his
studies. Simple reason. He don't
bother 'em none.
Due. ko Yvx-vlan-wus xMssuQa.w-owed
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TO THOSE WHO DESERVE
Hardy-Guess I'll marry a rich
Woman so my Wife can have every-
thing she Wants.
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fBut we have to give it to him.
She-Poof. What is man? He
just comes from a cell.
He-Correct, but isn't Woman a
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a patent preparation of Iodoform. an antidote for snake l'0l'I'H'Z'1I.
In a corner of Prof. Thompsonls lab.
A sign hangs overhead,
It was put there for us Pharmics
And this is how it read.
Please never wash your dishes.
For fear they might get clean,
Don't smile at your partner
For that would be too mean.
Keep the corks out of your bottles,
Let the dust lay on them thick.
Leave the refuse on table,
T1 f to make your friends all sick.
Don't do a thing I tell you-
It's yourself not us you rob.
Just follow these instructions
And you'll be without a job.
Andy-On what grounds have you
to believe that she is a Hirt?
Bee-Where do We get Hops?
Hive-From the frogs.
I'm a detective.
See my heel? I ran that down.
Doc. Waite-Mr. Jamesg what is
the difference between a disinfectant
and a germacide?
Brick-A disinfectant merely kills
the germs while the germacide des-
UH quiz paperb-Paraform-pan
rafine with Iodoform compound.
Perusse-What is the most import-
and use of water in Pharmacy?
Stub-As a dehydrating agent.
fNelson and Rink sitting in the
hard vvood bleachers at a ball game.J
Nels-Are you resting easy, Rink?
Rink-Oh yes, solid comfort.
I was driving my Ford thru a
small dry town the other day and
they arrested me.
No, for rushing the can.
JUNE lst-T'WAS EVER THUS
A frater and a young Co-ed leaned on the front gate. She wore his
frat pin. It was moonlight. He was loath to leave as the parting was
the last. He was about to go home for the summer. I
"I'll never forget you," he said, "and if death should Claim me, my
last thought would be of you.', "I'll be true," she sobbed, "I'll never love
anyone else as long as I live."
They parted. Next year they returned. She had a strange diamond. I
They met at a rush week dance. She had changed greatly. Between
dances recognition took place. "Let me see," she mused, " was it you or
your brother who fussed me last year."
"Neither," he sarcastically replied, "probably my father."
Well, there's plenty of classy freshmen and he never could see any- fl
thing about that sorority of hers, anyhow.
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If Pcrusse suyeth at zmmz-fluff, "Ii is night" you are to say, "Behold
flu' nzumz and the .stfzrs."
Alex fin his autoi-This controls the brakes. It is to be put on very
quickly in case of an emergency.
Co-ed-I see. Something like a kimono, eh?
Parker-Did Doc give you a recommend when you left?
Harte-Oh, yes. He told me to take I. Q. Sz S. for that tired feeling.
Creutz Qin Quiz sectionb-Please take every third seat.
Gummy-This is Where location in Pharmacy counts.
There was a young man named Brick,
Who Wanted to finish school quick.
He proceeded to cram
Took the State Board Exam,
And he made it, hurrah for our Brick.
GLEANED FROM QUIZ PAPERS
I would recommend a 09? ointment of Icthyol when reducing informa-
tion is desired.
Tincture Iron Chloride has a very dry taste.
The Am-tic valve opens and allows the food to pass into the small
Acacia is used in emulsions to keep the oil in suspfmsa.
Oxgyen is air without Nitrogen and some other gases.
The stomach rotates on an axis causing the food to churn like butter.
Valerian has an odor resembling the wind from the south in South
A cholagogue is a chocolate coated liver pill.
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I dreamed that I was talking
With a Druggist, old and gray,
Who told me of a dream he had-
I think 'twas New Year's Day.
While napping in his store one morn
A vision came to view,
He saw an angel enter there
In garments white and new.
Said the angel, "I'm from Heaven,
Old St. Peter sent me down
To bring you up to glory
And to grace you with a crown."
"You've been a friend to everyone,
You've worked both night and day,
You've trusted right, you've trusted wrong
And from many received no pay.
"We want you up in Heaven,
You have labored long and hard,
And the good Lord is preparing
Your eternal reward."
The Angel and the Druggist
Started up to Heaven's gate,
But when passing close to Hades
The angel whispered, "Wait,
"I've a place I want to show you,
It's the hottest in all Hell,
Where the ones who never paid you
In torment there must dwell."
Behold, the Druggist saw there
Old patrons by the score,
Then reaching for a chair and fan,
He wished for nothing more.
Content to sit and watch them
As they sizzled, singed and burned,
And his eyes would rest on others,
Which ever way he turned.
Said the angel, "Come on, Doctorg
There the pearly gates I see."
But the Druggist only murmured,
"This is Heaven enough for mef'
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ELI SHIRE President
A great many people say that
THE LINCCL HOTEL
ls One of Nebraskafs Leading Hotels
It has 222 guest rooms. It has a large percentage of its rooms in
It has 165 rooms with bath. Fire Proof Annex.
It has hot and cold water in all other It has large Lobby and Ideal Accommoda-
rooms. tions for Conventions.
It has circulating water in every room. It is one of the most home-like hotels in the
It has the finest Banquet and Convention country-lots of solid comfort.
Hall in the state. It is admirably located in relation to de-
It has taken every precaution possible pots and business district.
against fire. When in Lincoln do not forget to stop at
It has one of the Finest Lunch Rooms in the Lincoln Hotel.
the country. European Rates 31.00 to 552.50 per day.
Genius is 17 inspiration and 9979 perspiration.-E'dz'.soin.
Marriage and base-ball When properly played are great
sports-and a diamond is the beginning of both.
The bird that breezes right up to the front steps, pushes
the scandalized hall boys of life out of the way and bangs on
the vvorld's front door with his stuff, will soon have the world
banging on his.
Man swears to keep from crying. Woman cries to keep
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Eldeco Floral Cream
Eldeco Vanishing Cream
Elcleco Camphor lee
Eldeco Stock Dip
Eldeco Fish Food
Eldeco Lice Killer
Eldeco Water Bottles
Lincoln Drug Company
S01-3-5-7 P Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
New York Office: I3 Gold Street
The WAR has created a genuine demand for
The best is none too good, therefore, let
Reserve the present for the future"
Studio 226 South I Ith St
Bn Hunt Hitt!
The test has come. Will you
Do your bit?
Do not join the slackers' crew.
Do your bit.
While Old Glory waves on
Democracy Will never die.
Do your bit!
In a time of stress like this
Do your bit.
Never let your fire miss.
Do your bit.
Uncle Sam has called you
You can aid him if you try-
Do your bit!
You don't have to pack a gun.
Do your bit.
Stay-at-homes can score a run.
Do your bit.
Druggist, farmer, boys or
Each of us can help the Work.
Do your bit!
Put your shoulder to the
Do your bit.
Cheer the men of nerve and
Do your bit.
lf you cannot go to France
Hearten those who have the
Do your bit!
Hearken to our nation's call.
Do your bit.
She must win the war--or
Do your bit.
But every one of us must fight
Here-or there-with all his
Do your bit!
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Haja Carbolic Salve ............ ....,. 1 .00
Haja Carb. W. H. Salve ......... ...... 1 .00
Haja Cold Tablets ..v.....vw......,. ....... 1 .00
Haja Headache Tablets ......... ....... 1 .00
Haja Pain Paliacea Y11V...,...... ....1.. 1 .25
Eelnetrgiting Lint ..Y..., .,,....
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Haja Sarsaparilla Comp .................... 6.00
Haja Syr. White Pine Comp ...,..,,.... 1.25
Haja Syr. Tar. SL W. C ...............w...... 1.25
Haja Corn Remedy .........1.l........ 75
Haja Little Liver Pills ......v. 75
Haja Toothache Drops ..,.,.. 75
Haja Toothache Gum .,.1..... 75
' Haja Bathing' Salt l...........v1..... ....... 55 1.25
Haja Camplfcl Toilet Cream .... ....... 1 .25
Haja Hair Tonic ........5........ ....... 6 .00
66 ' 99 Haja W. H. Cream .............Y... ....... 9 0
Hanja Bay Rum Hair Oil ,,...., ...,,,. 1 .50
Haja Cocoanut Hair Oil ..1.... ....... 1 .50
Haja Camphor Ice Boxes ........ 65
Haja Camphor Ice Tubes ......, 75
Haja Shampoo Liquid .,,.... ....... 1 .75
Haja Shampoo Paste ......... ....... 1 .75
Haja Petrolia, 2 oz ........V. 35
Haja Petrolia, 4 oz ,...... 50
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Haja Emuls. C. L. Oil ....,...... ....... 4 .00
Haja Sewing' Machine Oil ........ 75
Haja Fish Food .............,..... ,...... 7 5
Haja Roller Bird Seed ......, .....,. 1 .00
Haja Meiidiiig' Tissue ....,.,...... ...,... 7 5
Haja Insecticide ,,...................... ....... 1 .50
Haja Liq. Insect Destroyer ,......,........ 1.75
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The old granger shuffled thru the door and up to the
smiling Mac, who stood expectantly behind the wrapping
"Heres a ascri shun I Want filled up again Doc "
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Mac retired to the rear, and examined his tile. The "pa-
scripshunn called for capsules of quinine.
"All right, neighbor," he returned, "it'll take about ten
"Say, Doc," inquired the customer, "can't ye put it up
in papers er some other Way? I allus have a dickens of a
time emptyin' 'em out of them little glass cases."
Exit Mac on stretcher.
Hattie-That man Lesh aspirinates me so.
Bruce 82 Co.
We luring' to the notice of the profession the follow-
ing' list of sec-asoiizilmle IlllHl'lllHl'Gl1flC2il goods of our inan-
lllc2it'lllI'G, which we g'll?ll'2ll1l0i? iii every respect, to vou-
form to all lawful 1'eq11i1'e111Q11ts.
Elixir Amonia Valerianate
" Buchu Juniper 85 Pot. Acetate
' Calisaya Bark Iron 85 Strych
Cascara Sagrada Aromatic
' Digitalin Comp.
' Gycero Phosphates Comp
' Lithia 85 Hydrangea
Pepsin Pineapple 85 Hydrastine Co.
" Phosphate Iron Quinine 85 Strych.
" Rhubarb Alkaline and Pancreatin
Syrup Rhubarb 85 Potassium
Alkaline Antiseptic Solution
Beef Wine and Iron
Aromatic Castor Oil
NNW will lie glzul to Slfllll sainples on rcflllcst. NV:
are preparell to Submit estiinates on private formulzi
I work, aml will tlizmli you for your lllflllll'l0S.
Bruce :Q Co.
Egg ss-Oflzlyng Co.
Druggists' Boxes and Labels
Send for Our Catalogue
ONZXHZX, - - NEBRASKA
A Ehankzgiuing Egmn nf a Enarhing ignuzv
We should all be thankful The peas are hard as buckshot,
For the things We have to eat- The bread is six years oldg
For the rotten mashed potatoes, The coffee has no flavor,
And the vile smelling meat. And the soup is always cold.
We set with hungry tummies But still We should be thankful
At the Sunday evening mealg As we live each day by day,
When some poor boob grabs all the Just pay our mun and shut our
And the rest let out a squeal. And move along life's way.
Harle Haas Drug Company
Wholesale Druggists d t t
Quality Clga rs
Hy Test HyTone Manawa
Dr. Miles Medical Co.
Has, We believe, many friends among the druggists
of Nebraska, and We sincerely trust that among the
graduates of the College of Pharmacy of the State,
Who will soon enter active business life, We shall add
to the number of our well vvishers.
Dr. Miles Medical Co.
A is for Andy,
A right little lad,
B is for Brazda,
Always happy and glad.
C is for Carlson,
A genuine Swede,
D is for Day,
Who loves us, indeed.
E is for Elmer,
A Pharmagog shark,
I+' is for Fogie,
A real spry old lark.
G is for Gummie,
Our only night hawk,
H is for Hansen,
So free with her talk.
I is for Idle
Which does us all harm,
Here's as far as we got,
We've gone to the farm.
I am Interested in the College of Pharmacy
Because as a proprietor I know that the young man who completes his
four years course will make a better employee in my store. l look hack
from middle age and see that it is less what I learn than what l know that
gives me satisfaction. If I can drop a word that will encourage any boy or
girl to spend the time neeaed in schooll shall feel that l have done just a
little good. Education usually takes some ofthe egotism out of the student
and that makes him a hetter employee. l have nothing to dispose ofto Phar-
macy students hut an occasional opportunity to work.
With a fellow feeling and cordial good wishes.
A. V. PEASE
Fairbury, Grand Island and Lincoln
Schaufelberger Qsadlyj-I dreamed last nite that I was
married. The alarm awoke me.
Arner Cmore sadlyl-I dreamed last nite that I was
single. The baby Woke me.
Ella-Yes, she had a case of nervous protestation and
Went home to Vituperate.
The Motorists essefn,tia.l oil-Gasoline.
Joe-Say, what kind of ear was that just went past.
Brown-Couldent seeg it was going too fast.
Joe-Say, wasn't that a classy dame in the car?
Brown-Wasn't she, tho.
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Offers unusual opportunities for the study of Pharmacy.
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est universities. 'Q
2. UneXcelledfglibrary and laboratory facilities.
3. .Qmerica's best drug plant gardens.l'ETlo1:.x'c
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Two, threetgand four year courses are offered. Work in
Pharmacy giyen iinfthe summer session.
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A St. George photo-
graph is a guarantee
of distinctive individ-
Pharmie Dog Surgeon-Oh, I had such a lovely dream
last nite. I dreamt I had the Editor and Staff of the Annual
strapped down on this operating table.
Dirt is useful mcttterr in the right place. The drug store
is the wrong place.
Simanek-Say, Bill, did you go over and see the stenog
Simanek-How did you get away?
Rogers-Just as soon as I could.
Teach men the art and science of dispensing, but
teaches them the brand of
chemicals best adapted for dispensing purposes. For
the dispensing departmentum- ci W- CHEMICALS
have for nearly half a century. stood in the highest
favor with critical, discriminating pharmacists. Spec-
ify g'M. C. VV." original packages.
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works
Eammt nf thv ilirezhmm
Life is just one botany class after another.
Success is the art of fmakiizg your WZ'l.StfllC6S when no one
The Doctor pays the visit and the visit pays the Doctor.
If you have to tell cz, whopper, stick to tt or youll get
stuck by it.
Perusse-Who is the first man mentioned in Remington?
When You Need Business Stationery Ask Your Printer
With Envelopes to Match
Sold in white and seven beautiful shades. Samples sent on
request with name of your nearest dealer.
CARPENTER PAPER CO.
Z1 Never Emir, Mane Emu?
Seen Andy fussing?
Seen Hattie mad?
Skinned Foster up in pool?
Stayed awake in botany?
Slipped anything over on Aunt Mary?
Tried Lesh's stunt of anaesthetizing a rabbit with Am-
Heard Samuelson talk Swedish?
Been at the Or heurn without seeing Rogers?
Seen Bill Work in 22?
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A D. J. FINK
I HOLDREGE NEB.
1 This space is gwztnted. fur in him thohe of our
I college Iind a likwaliie peiwomiiity, with high
ideaia fm'01II'p1mfes,irII1 and a must gener-
i mls 11l12lI'T.
i T YOUR PRINTING WILL BE RIGI-IT
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I LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
I It ainit the guns nor armament,
Nor funds that they can pay,
I But the close Cooperation,
I That makes them win the day.
I It ain't the individual,
I Nor the army as a Whole
I But the everlastin' teamwork
Of every bloomin' soul.
Remington's Practice of Pharmacy
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Order from Your Wholesale Ilruggist or
J. B. Lippincott Company SHFL'2lSE'F.5.?.A
mv Izmlar thin xnrmua uf rxprrmairig nur up-
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Qlrruig uf m2IlIBlI, Nrhr.. :mb ililr. Ebu Ei. Pm-
bvrznn uf Qinlbrrgr, N1-hr., fur tlprir zxrtistir QIPII
wurlm ua uarb in ilyia UPLII' Einuh.
The 1917 Year Book for the
School of Pharmacy was pro-
duced hy our skilled staff.
We can furnish the idea and
carry it through to the com-
pleted productg or, We can fur-
nish the mechanical knowledge
to produce the Work in any
style you may desire.
In either case our years of
experience is at your command.
CLAFLIN PRINTING COMPANY
University Place, Lincoln, Nebraska
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