University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

 - Class of 1919

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B-111.111 n :gms :A xg:-14.11 111- 1 1: x 1' 141-11:1 IQQQE34-la IWW U1 QC, C5112 Hear Bunk Uhr Qlnllrgenaf lghurmarg -nf rm- ldniurrnitg nf Nebraska UIIIVEHSITY OF ILLINOIS I.lI:ShAHY IVIAFI 1 5 ISZI Qgaiigaiagziagsgsia Our Friends and Felloiv Pharniacists: In presenting this, the eighth Year Book of the Uni- versity of Nebraska College of Pharmacy, we have en- d d K ' ., . .' I . ,- eavore to incoipovate inateiial uhich portrays the College Life of a true Pharmacist. Although presented under adverse conditions, we hope that it may serve to maintain our old traditions, custonis, and standards and that it deserves your appreciation and be of interest to you as Pharmacy Students and as Pharniacists in gen- eral... We take this opportunity to thank all those who have made it possible for this book to be published. -The Staff Wesley Becker Edward Bogne G. B. Bostroin Rex Bixby Jesse P. Brown Richard Brown Wendell Brookly E. B. Chappell Robert Chittick Martin Chittick Wesley Colson Fred Crentz Clyde Foster Edwin Finch E. A. Fricke Arden Fisher Richard Grant Glenn Harlan Jno. Harmon Glenn Hoag Victor Hicks Herbert Harding Victor Johnson Elmer Johnson iiull nf Mnnnr Qbur 158121 Swim' illlrrlr iiuntingtun Herman Jensen Wilrner Johnson Everett James Chas. Lesh A. A. Larson Roy Larson Harry McMurray Arthur Prawitz Howard Parker Ernest Rincker J. Guy Rinker Lester Robinson Paid Rogers T. W. Schczoake Harry Spooner E. Schanfelberger E 1 vdafr 'd Sim an ik Walter Stone Frank Throdhill Byron Thomas William Teter Thomas Traatt Guy Tate IIIIIIIIllllllllllllllnllllllllll Three 1 Sl 1 1 rn 3- ll si- x 1 r s I s Q1 8 Q The College of Pharmacy, University of Nebraska, is closing up its eleventh year of active work. The organization of the school of Pharmacy was authorized by the Board of Regents in 1908, and was at that time made a part of the College of Medicine. In 1915 the School of Pharmacy was erected into a College of Pharmacy by legislative action. The growth of the institution has been very rapid. This has been made possible because of the high standing of the University of Nebraska among teach- ing institutions. The College of Pharmacy was a pioneer among the insti- tutions teaching Pharmacy in demanding the same requirements for en- rance as was required by all other Colleges of the University. This placed Nebraska in a unique position and her leadership has been followed by practically all state Universities west of the Appalachian Mountains. All institutions outside of State Universities require but two years high school work for entrance. Because of this the majority of students who enter Pharmacy get their training in privately owned schools. At the same time the condition brings the better class of students to the State Uni- versities. All is not the ideal of the administrative officers of the College of Pharmacy to bring to the University a great body of students and turn out on the public a great number of poorly trained, so-called professional men. The idea is to prepare a smaller group of men more thoroughly, so they will be able to undertake the problems of scientific and professional pharmacy. The work of a pharmacist requires the exactness required of few other professional men. The basement of the new Pharmacy building will be occupied by a fully equipped pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and a laboratory to be used for physiological standardization of drugs. The Hrst floor will be devoted exclusively to Pharmacy and the 'top floor to Pharmacognosy Pharmacology, Physiology and the executive offices. In the roomy attic of the building there will be built a plant for the curing and preserving of crude drug plants. This location is ideal because of the lack of moisture. With the celaring of the campus, the pharmaceutical garden will be increased in size and plans are being laid to develop it in such a way so that plants may be grown under any and all conditions, thus making it a great living drug plant laboratory. In doing this work, the University will not forget what is owes to retail pharmacy in the state and will constantly seek to prepare young men and women for the professional work in the retail store. The College of Pharmacy must broaden its fields of action and concern itself with all phases of Pharmaceutical endeavor whether scientific, professional or commercial. RUFUS A. LYMAN. Illllllllllllillllllllll Five Cflhv Staff 'X I. '1VQ ,Q E. THOMPSON Editor IlllllllllllllllIIIUIIIIIII Six FLOYD PICKERING Business Manager hfnllllllllllllll llllllll ll ....,, -. f-1-Cqgilf--L-.H 1.-gif. T.: x ...,-1...1- 16.5.6435 Pliiwimac, 9 'a RALPH TSCHAUNER Associate Editor FLORENCE CHITTICK Assistant Business Mgr. IIIII llll Ill I I I IIIllllllilllllllllljlllllllll I Seven W. T, '4' HERMAN JENSEN Ass't Editor JAMES OSBORNE Associate Editor GUY TAT1-3 Ass't Editor Eight 1 FRED BRINKMAN Staff Photographer L lcaael fP'li'aLvfHI5Ef. DR. F. D. BARKER MARGARET HANNAH . --1"' . MW' .fl ' . I "":' .J . l ., av. 5 it 4... . Q '.1P-ri:- . ' 1' '?.7'- D J- : -LA' f, ' ,I iv! ..,. , . 4 JM- 1 :,- .xr "TaZmlate -- 1" What would We do in his exams if we couldn't tabulate. DR. H. H. WAITE "Ste'ralize this ami rio not CfWl,IfCl'Hl't'll- ate." We can still hear him talk of con- . tamination, steralization, infection, l L E etc. illllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIII I I I I "It is like this, zlo11'z' you lmou'-." A very helpful friend fin Botany Lab. especiallyj DEAN J. E. LE ROSSIGNOL "Oh..' I see-" As we get more acquainted, the more We like him except that he is sometimes forgetful of us. lllll lllIIIIIIIIIII1IllIIIIllIlllllllIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIllIIllIllIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll Nine 1 1 r x -- Bl 1 n Ig 1 DEAN HASTINGS "Well now, lwlzat do YOU tlzfinia about it -- 1- not quite lzearifrzlg youf' We know he enjoys our course as much as any ln Law College. x W"4?, WW 5555.4 xxw 4 PROF. DEMMING "Yes-cz, I-a think so toog 'well now-al fi The 'students all like him and he is strong for Pharmics. Ten bl Q 1 x rg :I ll tu- : hx I u r x 1 x I x in PROF. H. L. THOMPSON UNIVERSSTY UF llllillssfi 5. mme MAH 1 5 1921 - I' "4.51"6fYr'i"Yf'iv 'XL' 15" PROF. ELSIE B. DAY "I will just cligress for cn awhile, etc." We will always remember him Tho he leaves us As our friend. A--,......, , . 'lD0'Ifl'f you k'lZOZL', its too true Some of us slam her, Most of us talk about her, We all like her. llllllllllllllllllflll llllllllllllllll Eleven x r Q 1- x 1 1 X rg: DR. F. W. UPSON 2 3 a fc D . "Well mm' I thizzlf flzalzus fl good 'llflfffl H We are just getting acquainted so we can't give our opinions yet but will Say he is O. K. DR. R. J. POOL "He lzasifzt any." Remarkable for his after dinner talksC?j tHe calls them lecturesj llllllllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllll I I l Twelve 'L x l W, v N u::---,- 1 .-...-1: 13:-.-i-:.-L-.113 -gig.-f-1. 2-: v1.r---.1:-1::f-- Pi12wimaC,-. iglIZI1'l1IEIl'P1I1il'EIl Snrivtg BACK ROW-Brinkman, Shafer, Jensen, Burger, Stretton, Ripley. MEDDLE ROW-Thompson, Malick, Pickering, Kinney, Tsehauner, Easton, Tighe. FRONT ROW-Tate, Chittick, Lynian, Day, Thcnipson, Colwell, Osborne. Q9ftirvr5 Prcsidenf ,,,,,,..,,,,.. MG. E. Thompson Vice Pl'CSfd6'7If ....... .Marjorie C-olwell Secretrzry o,,,,..i,. ,,,Fred Brinkman Treasurefr ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. Floyd Pickering' Sergcnrzt at Arms ,,,,,,, .,,,.r..r J as. Osborne llllllllllllllllll Ill llllllllllllllllIlllllilll Il llllll ll lllllll III ll llllllllll II Ill I Ill Illllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllill II I Illlll I I I I I I I I lllllll ll Illli Th z'1'fc'v n PH aaaaaiiii The Pharmaceutical Society was organized in January 1910, for the purpose of bringing the students into closer contact with the faculty, lead- ing men of the profession and with one another. All pharmacy students are members of this society. A banquet is usually given in the beginning of the school year serves as an initiation for freshmen. At the regular meeting papers and talks are given on topics and events of Pharmaceutical interest. All the activities of the college are carried on thru this society. Chief among these activities are the University Night program, Pharmacy Annual and Pharmacy Week. We are the only college on the campuss editing a representative year book. Pharmacy Week is held at State Board examination time, the pharmacy flag flies above "U" Hall. During the week we have a special convocation, the speaker being some man of national repute, a banquet and a picnic which is generally held at Crete or Epvvorth Park. g Letters from alumni and from our boys in army camps or naval sta- tions in the state, or overseas, are time evidence of the spirit perpetuated by this society. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Fourteen zur:--va 1 :-as 1- .ix-fig 2: x : --.11--1... -- QVVUQC, -. lllllll 1513i Evita Qlhi BACK ROW-Tschauner, Tate, Pickering. MIDDLE ROW-Schafer, Usborne, Brinkman, G. E. Thompson. FRONT Row-H. L. Thompson, Lyman, Avery, Frankforter, McDowell Geo. Burger Fred Brinkman Carl R. Carlson Herman Jensen Jas. Osborne Floyd Pickering Glhuptrr llull 4 lvl fi r- ef lr, FMIMX S 5, Q l if I Merritt Russell ' 'l-S23 -ffl "i, -. Sterllng Ripley Millard Schafer Ralph Tschaunei 4,31 Y 'V Ni' jx A twin. mmm 4 A ' V sg' Guy Tate Leo Tighe X 5 f , Geo. Thompson .x, .Xl Illarulig illlvxnhrra Chancellor S. Avery Prof. H. L. Thomson Dr. R. A. Lyman Capt. Frankfortor Jesse P. Brown Frank D. Cocklin Niels P. Hansen Everett James Chas. Lesh fllllmnlwra in Qlitg J. K. McDowell W. V. Pease E. Schaufelburger H. F. Worthman Raymond Bauer llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf Fificen .-....'-11. : :ins .vs 1-.:-aiu 1117- L-: 1- - :-..z..:--1-...1-v QQ,l,lQ.ei1..Jf Pliavmacu. Phi Delta Chi is the oldest professional phar- maceutical fraternity in the United States. Only under-graduate students of pharmacy and chemistry are eligible. Its purpose is to raise the ideals and standards of pharmacy and chemistry by scholarship and co-operation and to promote good fellowship. Its influence is most Widely felt in the activities of the alumni through legislation for better phar- macy. lllllllillllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Sirutcvn 4-.1-v1.9 g .4412 4.D:'.i.-.:1T..-H.-: ....Zf-R.. 1...-.i..4z:1,g-, U K lllQo.lleaepai Ph awmee GEORGE BURGER, Clarks, Nebr. Latin Name-Guess. Synonym-Jew. History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. Action afnd Uses-Slow but sticlfs when lu gets there. Xrq K P - 5, v ' , J 1 'W FRED E. BRINKMAN, Syracuse, Nebr. Latin Name-Ogas ohmay every eekway. L ivi' j f ' E Synonym-Brink. J I History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. ...Action and Uses-Slow, only zvorlfs three days 1 I M ' out of the week. ly if rf I ILOP 'VC CHITTICIS. btllilt Nfbl Latin Name Floienc ch11 Synonym Cnup Flo Histoiv Alpha Orniicon F1 Ph-ummceuticil Society Phaimacy Week Committee Y. W. C. A A ion ami Utes-Wz'tlz,out her zu E. H I 1zoth'i'n.g dependable-zacry entlL1rQz'ost1'c. IllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll Sezvewtccn hQQ,llQ,a,G..1f ,phavmacai - ' A MARJORIE COLWELL, Pawnee City - A. Latin Name-Majores colorpuella. 1 c ' ' Synonym-Marj Coriej ' , 4- A History-Pharmaceutical Society, Kappa Alpha 'Af Theta, Mystic Fish, Y. W. C. A. A 1 ' Action cmd Uses-Stimulant, zuorry e1'adtcato1'. 'EN i Q. Q ,.v. Latin Name-Gladius Ephasus. Synonym-Easton. History-Pharmaceutical Society. Action owed USes-Store room takes all her time so site has none. to GLADYS EASTON, Omaha -f RoB'T HARVEY Latin Name-Harvey. Synonym-Bob. History-Kappa Sigma, Pharmaceutical Society Action arm! Uses-Sapoitzic, Detmutcent. HERMEN JENSEN, Audubon, Iowa Latin Name-El Studio et Scholarius. Synonym-Hans, Lieutenant. History-Phi Delta Chi, Phar. Society. Premedic Society-Lieutenant U. S. A. A ctfion. flxml Uscs-Steady, very th.oroz.tgh, hopes be ahlr' to hutchco' some day. IIllIllIlllllllllllllillllllllllll Eighteen ,x -4'-1...:.:'1u-I+. z-: nw f:--s-.:f-1..1- -- Ph awww-. 1 1 ' ' i LAWRENCE KINNEY, Lexington Latin Name-Puer hazelachae, Caruso. Synonym-Kinney. History-Phar. Society, Band. Palladian. Actioiz and Uses-Has pcciflicir adaptability for mfzlfiizg noise. Like a bird. SLYVIA MALLICK, Bloo mingtoii Synonym- 1 ?J History-Phar. Society, Pharmacy Week Com- mittee. Latin Name-Silvanus Mallcolus. Action and Uses-Slow but sure, stimulant. JAMES A. OSBORNE, Parkerton, Wyo. Latin Name-Kiddeo fussarius. Syn onym-Jim-OS-. History-Phi Delta Chi, Phar. Society. Action and Uses-Not definzte, sootlzing syrup. FLOYD PICKERING, Eustis Latin Name-Studari acere. Synonym-Pick. History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. Action cmd Uses-Stenfly, tonic, regular and ejjfective. IlllllllIIIIHIIIINIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Nineteen 'fP'lIaLffnX5Ef1 'X STERLING RIPLEY, Springview Latin Name-Has None. Synonym-Rip, Rip Van Winkle. History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. Action and Uses-K?j. M ILLARD SCHAFER Latin Name-Sleepius octo classarius. Synonym-Dutch. History-Palladian, Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. Action and U.ves-Sleeping. ft CHAS. STRATTON, Chester Latin Name-Q 'U Synonym-Stret. History-Alpha Sigma Phi, Phar. Society. Pharmacy Week Committee. Action and Use.s-Snlnstzltzfte for food. Has lots of it zuhefn he gets startefl. GUY E. TATE, Omaha. Latin Name!Rusho the Monk. Synonym-Guy E. History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. Action ami Uses-Not clear but may be user! as xubstitutff for almost awyftlzifng. Has some im- f'II'llIlf'I.O'lIS to gmrlizmte. 5 llllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllllll Twenty RALPH TSCHAUNER, Osceola, Nebr. Latin Name-A-Student. Synonym-Speck. History-Phar. Society, Phi Delta Chi. N9 s f,.V -, J. Actiofn and Uses-S0 deep youfll lmre to ask him although he does Hitt? a nzotorcycle. A 1:1fQf"., GEO. E. 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'mllllllllllllllllllll 'llllllllllll I U llll IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllulllillllllllHIHlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllIllllllIlllllllllllllHllllllllfl"UHIIUII lllIlI'llllllll!l H I I n' Tzumzfy-five' Og III YH 1:21 n .rl 1 'mx 1 1 r x 1 1 1 x an Uhr Saba I ax A tired and weary traveler went slowly driving by He wiped his parchediand thirsty lips and the dust from out his eye. And like a welcome oasis a fountain sign did spy A vision passes o'er his brain, of luscious cooling rye A hearty wish for olden times, a deep and heavy sigh, As a substitute he orders up a schooner of Root Beer From the weary eyed professional with a pen behind his ear Pen, ink and pad come into play and this is what we hear: Date, name and age, please, and what hobby hold you dear? Place of your birth, your present wealth, exact or somewhere near? Are you married? Are you single? Do you have to call on Dad? Will you wish another soda when you've drunk the one you've had One cent on every ten cents, or our profits to the bad,- Seven and seven and one and one, I wish that I could add I'm not crazy, I'm not dippy, I'm far from being mad, Why stand you there with mouth agap, I'm only stating facts For Uncle Sam all this must know when we collect his tax The foam has long passed vanished, the beer is warm you say, Why speak to me in angry tones, Why blame for me I pray. Since Mav the Hrst my business hours are full of fear and strife Overworked, unthanked, unsalaried, sad is the tax collector's life. -H. ANDERSON. 'l "Revenge is Il gun that lficlcs lfurdw' Harm, it shoots." IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIlIIIIllIIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll Twenty-sfim 8 + G5fl'l Q3,GQ5f fP' f was "Blessed is he that siftetlz on a tack fo The shall rise." w mllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIllIIllllIIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllilllllllIIIllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIH'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T2uenz'y-sevezz T55 eivfnX5EfF HINTS TO FRESHMEN Dear freshies when you enter school, Pray take these hints I give to you, They are as an unwritten rule, Important, tho', in number few. Don't try to kid Dr. Lyman, Stay out of Thompson's Lab. At Miss Day smile once in a while, And if you Flunk just grin don't crab. These things l've learned and passed to you, The things I did, donlt ever try, So do the thing I didn't do, And I am sure that you'll get by. -Shafer. QUIZ PAPERS Why should Sedlitz powders be dispensed in two different papers? Miss ChittickHBecause the dose would be too large if both were taken at once. Tell how to take Sedlitz powders. Stratton-Take the blue one first with a swallow of water and take the white one after while with half a glass of water. Burger-Blue ointment is a preparation of Blue Vitriol. It seems odd to me that a student's life should be so monotonous. That's easy to explain. One so seldom receives a check from home that he gets no change at all. Student-"What do you think of that girl's dress." "It does make you think, doesnt' it '?" Nux-"Have you seen May ?" Vomica-"May who ?" Nux-"Mayonnaise." Vomica-"Nog she was dressing and wouldn't lettuce." "No man can be wise O71 an empty 8f70'IILlLCllH Illlllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll'1IIIIllIll!IllIlIIllIIllllllIllIllIIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll Twenty-eight nn.,- gn 1 f -11- x,1-rin -xi' J nur: x : 1...:--1-1-4 llll ZW me QC, -. Florence--How did you enjoy Prof. Thompson's lecture? Tate-Pretty Well, only he talked so much I couldn't get a word in edgewise. ODE TO RIPLEY I Wish I was a stone A sittin' on a hill With nothing else to do But just a-lying still. I Wouldn't eat, I wouldn't sleep I'd just lie there a thousand years And rest myself, by Goshi Thompson "Every animal must have a wa to ex ress its over abund- - Y 'D ant energy. You see it in the child in its laugh." Osborne-In the dog its the wagging his tail isn't it? NOTICE If you Want any thing from the store room, help yourself and don't bother the store room keeper. She has other work to do and can't be bothered. Her-I'm sure he drilled a hole in the wall of my bath house. Him-How disgraceful. I'll have to look into that. Os-"Ever hear the story of the two men ?" Burger-"No, what is it ?" Os-"He-He." Florence-"1 told him he mustn't see me any more." Mary-"Well, what did he do ?" Florence-"Turned out the lights." "Wild oats make cz, bad autumn crop." llllllllllllIlllIlllllllIllIIIHIIIlllllllllllllllllllll' llllIllIllIllllllllllllllflllllllll Illllllllllllllll Tvuenty-nine IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIllIHIIIIllIllIIfIllIllIllHllIllIllIllIlliIIIIIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllIIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll gi Magi , + w "Be I1 sur-c'r'ss-lj' y0'11.c'f111,'t be ll success, be a faiIu1'0." llllIIIIIllIIIIIIHiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Tlzirfy :sir--yu n. .--neu ii:-1-.U lxiffg gr 1 .v zizlazm--1 lQ.a,f1a, i Ph aumac, on gf 0 When people give testimonials of your medicines, it increases your prestige, especially like this: "After being blind for forty years and taking two bottles of your medicine, I can now see my finish." Statement of Absence Brinkman--Dutch, just think" of Name Leo Tighe mashed potatoes, roast pork. green Date '4-4-19 cucumbers. peas, radishes, bread and Subject Physiology butter, coffee, and ice cream for 30c. Hour, 83-U1 Schafer-Where in the world do 51300, P- you get that? eason' V9 Brinkman-Ohio no place but just tprobably missed carb think of it. Thompson-Look here, Harvey, what do you mean in this society report where you say, "Among the prettiest girls present was J. A. Osborne," He's a man isn't he? Harvey-Yes I know but that's where he was. Dr. Pool fexplaining the construction of the "Evening Prim1'ose"J- Now class, the saloon is the popular place for these to grow. In fact I have seen them in many different saloons myself. He's made nothing but a fizzle in his life." "How's that." "He's a manufacturer of seltzer water." "Nothing will keep a man thinner, than living on hopes." Os-Do you mind if I smoke? She t?J-Yes, I just hate the taste of tobacco. "Nothing will keep a. 'mon flfinrlcr' than living on hopes." IllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll II lllllllllll T11 irty-one I-Li' 0: 0 QQEUQELQ P l12w maC IIHIllIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIVIIIIIIIHIIIKH Tllirfy-f'2u0 --.1 3 : 1: :: -,,f:-s.....-: ima, g --: z : aT:--z.. iiiiitliii T -rg 1 Q 1 - ...0 .. 1 . .r Q f 1 f 4-n Did you know that when Noah first stepped out of the ark after his long ocean voyage his first remark was: "So this is Paris." When Alexander sighed for more worlds to conquer, his Prime Minister replied: "Thats all there is, there ain't no more." Henry the Fifth, a notoriously profane being, always concluded his best efforts with "Excuse my French." When Augustus mentioned at a committee meeting of the trim- virate that there was a girl over in Egypt by the name of Cleo- patra who was "Some kid," Mark Antony immediately re- plied, "I'll say so." When Methuselah was winter- ing his nine hundredth season at Palm Beach, Egypt and the doc- tors told him that they did not think that he was good for more than a few hundred years more, he shocked them by retorting, "How do you get that way ?" When Eve showed Adam that fatal apple, he asked: "Do you eat that with a spoon or a fork '?" HOW WOULD IT SEEM TO Have Dr. Lyman get his hair cut. George to stop singing "Mary." Burger to win a game of pool. Os to quit fussing the girls. Tighc to make an eight o'clock. Pick to fail to study. Jensen to learn to dance. Tate to study Pharmacology. Brink to stay in Lincoln during week end. Harvey to stay awake in class. Tschaunor to sell his motorcycle. Prof. Thompson to forget the metric system. Florence doesn't do something for the college. Miss Day to get married. Gladys to get a date. Majorie to forget to be "just so." Ripley learn to be serious. Malick learn to vamp. Stratton to quit the "Political Game." Schafer to get up in the morning. Jim Os-I was absent for two weeks in that course and got a B. Dr. Lyman-Well, you'd better stay out for four weeks and get an A. Q. Which is the best way to take castor oil? A. Through a straw. "He who owes nothing, fears vwtltingf' U yy nnumu llllllllIllllllllllllllllllll'llllIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllflllll IIIIIIIII Thirty-three ,A 3 'lllllllllllllllllllllllll I u, "kb 7 x.".1!" Hn.. I r 1- A. .7 ' , . W ' X-.,. , ,. . xl, ,, xQ ,. , 4, 3, 14-, -lf? '- . ' x an Ll . A 7' -' 9,3 ' , ' ' . 2jlr"'fa," . 4 'qw sw 'fait '-1 zfUe'i,...5e ' FP 3. in fl Things don'l turn up in this old world until someone turns them up."-GARFIELD. IIllllllIIIIllIllIllllllIIIIllIllIllllllIllIIIIllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllIllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllIIIIIIIWKIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Th irtgf-fou'r IlllllIIIIIIlilllllllllllllllllllllllllll 33-1.11 : .x:1:.'151x3:2-.1-in 1.-,f-1. :A-1x Y: --.ig---iw.,-1 I JYCERWEQAQI Qaxkdvfl.. I I 0:11 So YJIU nqk' Ixnnrf NGN, "Gent-'ral in --JE...-f - I ffm..- F, sw! oo -' 1 "You cannot put cn great hope into a. small S0'llI.H-JANE. I Ill I I I I llllll I IllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllll llllllllllll Th irty-1? ve 4 Iljwl I: "E:'f1'1 flffifng romrs to him who stays at home and attends to Imsinessf' IIIIIllIllIllIllIllIIllIllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll llllIlIlIIIll'lllllV"lIlllllllIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlllIUIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll mmmnunmmnlmuumummnunmuumm Tlrirty- 'six . Qqx N ,fglaxl be f s+V'1:1f-:aw Q- in il 'lf i 14 te- 4 2 , ,rg 1 i Q ,, :Hunan ligand. ,yi H ' d t t - 2 t fe - - a ep a r m e n g o a,ng,iF?JL , s t o r e w o r t ll l 4 dm.. lg l , l If fl 0 w 1 'I 8'- S YE- 1 'u 1 V-'--'Q --- -.!. -- a good place to trade the year 'round Lincoln M P Nebraska Students Good Printer .,oe.e,. eeee.e. 1 Good Program .,ee..,.. e...... 1 Good Menu ,o..o.. ..oo.. 1 Good Time qsad MSig. Capiat quantum vis. Graves Printery 244 N. llth St. Our Own Dictionery Castor Oil-A yellow fluid used to torture infants-also some grown ups Without much sense. Dose: About a yard and a half in- jected via the oral cavity. Often camoflaged with lemon syrup to bring out the taste and by contrast make the dose more agreeable. Exam. A monthly scrimmage with the profs. Crab-A cross between a peach and a lemon. T1l'iI'fy-Sl"1YI"l7 THE LEADING CIGAR OF NEBRASKA MOZART A truly H'0l1llCl'fZll cigar of fmild lzaziana Distributors MCCORD BRADY CO. 100 and 15c. Junior-Did you see the beautiful sunrise this morning? Senior-Naw, I always go to bed before sunrise. Call For Dreibus Ben Hur Chocolates Dreibus Candy Co. Omaha, Nebraska DICTIONARY CCont.b Dance-A brisk physical exercise invented by St. Vitus. Hug-A roundabout way of expressing affection. Fusser-One who dates eternally without cause, rhyme or reason. QEX Tate and Osborneh Cram-One who takes an educational "jag" till 3 a. m. and wakes about 10 min. after exam. is over. Th irty-ciylaf E bring' t othe notice ol' the pliarniaceutical profession the following list of seasonable pharmaceutical goods of' our guarantee in every Elixir Anti-Asthmatic. tDr. H. A. Hare.l Each fluid ounce contains: Sodium lodine . . .10 grains Sodium Bromide . .,,, . .16 grains Fluid Extract Euphor- bia ..,4,...,.,, .,,,.,,,.,,,, 224 minims Tincture Lobeliam... ..., lti minims Nitro Glycerine ...1-25 grain Elixir Buchu Juniper and Potassium Acetate. Each Huid ounce represents: Buchu .,,,,, ,,,, .,.,, .,,, ,,,,, . 4 S g rains Juniper Berries ,,,, . 16 grains Potassium Acetate. ,.,, . 12 grains Syrup Codeine Compound Each Huid ounce contains: Codeine Suphate. ,.,..,,,, . Gr. Chloroform ..,,,,,,,.,.., ,,,,.,. . NZM Vinegar Squitl ,,,,,.. .,,,,, 1 EOM Sodium Bromide. .. . .. .. 2-l Grs. Menthol Crystals. .,.,,,, 1-16 Gr. Glycerin ...,.....,,,, ......,, .,,, 1 20lil. Syrup Tolu ..., ., ,,,,.,.,, ,,.,, ,,,,,,. Q . S. Dose: For an adult, 1 to 2 Huiil drachms. For children, 10 tu G0 drops, according to ace. Elixir Cascara Sagrada Aro- matic Each fluid ounce represents: Cascara Sarada Bark 120 grain- with Aromatics. Dose-1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. Elixir Digitalin Compound Each fluid ounce contains: Digitalin German Y..., MS-100 grain Nitroglycerine ....,. . ..., H-100 grain Strychnine Sulphate. ..,, s-50 Irwin Either white or red. A relialile heart tonic and stimulant. Syrup Euphorbia Compound. Each fluid ounce represents: Chlorotorm ........... .. .... 2 min. Tr. Euphorbia 120' f J. .. 120 min. Syrup Squiil .... . ....,... .. 130 mln. Wine Ipecac ......... , 20 M. Jamaica Dogwood ..... ., ..1ti ers. Menthol ..................1 ...... . ..... 1 X5 Syrup Tolu ....,.. . ....... ........ .... C 2 . S. Scdative, Antispasmodic, Expecto- rant. Dose: 1 teaspoonful as required. Syrup Horehound Compound. Each Huid ounce represents: llorehound ....,.. .... . 1:1 yrixiiiis Jersey Tea... Auv- ........ . .... 1 5 gran-s Elecampane ..... ,. 15 grains Spikenard ...... .,,,.. 1 5 grrains Comfy-ey .. , ..... 15 grains Wild Cherry ....... 15 grains Blood Root ...... . . . . Tl. Grains A pleasant, soothing' and 'cFt'eetix-- syrup for coughs and colds, Dose! 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. respect to conform to all lawful Elixir Incontinence. lunch fluid ounce rcpr s nts: Ergrotin Boujcau Z grains Strychnine Sulphate N-1100 grains Atropmc Sulphata N-11100 ixrairis .s- ' 21' s Rhus Aroniatica -10 grain: ll td in uiiniix ilioi1'i Neo-Tonga-Sal This preparation omit.-iiis Sodium Salicylate, 'lonea l-iartzs, lilack Co- hosh, l'ilocaipus and Coichium Root xxith Aromatics. AN'l'IRHEUlXiA'l'lC Dose: 1 to 2 teaspoontnis in x-.xitcr every 12 hours until pain c Bases, then lfetore meals and on r.-tiring: Elixir Phosphate Iron, Qui- mn-? and Strychnine No. 1. fjach fluid ounce contains: Strychnine .. N-60 grains Iron Phosphate . 16 grains Qumine ,. . . Zyrrains Nerve tonic. Serviceane in all relaxed states ot' th- system. res- tores the lllood and is anti-malz.1'i.1l in its tendenrics. ln all toims of delvility it will lie tound a sate and reliable stimulant. Elixir Salicylic Acid tfom- pound KHEUll'lA'l'lt7 El.lXlR 1-Iach fluid ounce represents: .N minims 40 grains ll cram. Tr. Gclsemium Salicylic Acid .. Cimicit'uu'a . Salicylic Acid Potassium loilide Sodium Bicarlionate tl. S. llusei l to Ti tlicspiioiilltls, 40 grains 12 grains Elixir Terpin Hydrate VVITH CODICINE Each fluid ouncc contains: Codeine Sulphate lcrain Terpin Hydrate ,. H grains Average Dos,-1 One teaspoontul as indicate-d. Alkaline Antiseptic Solution tColor lledl Containing: 'llllylilul Eucalyptal. Oil of' l'eppt-rniint and Oil ffaulthc- ria comliined with Sodium liorate, Sodium Br-nzoatc and Potassium lii- carbonate. Antiseptic Solution This solution contains thc cssen- tial anti-scptic prop,-rties ot' Thy- mol, Eucalyptol and Uils ol' Gaul- tlieria, Peppermint and Thyme, combined with H-nzoic and Boric Acids. Uses: Antiseptic, inl+-rnal and cx- ternal, Aromatic Castor Oil. tWhite or Rubyl EN per cent l'ure Vastor Oil. An agreeable taste and odor. Either white or ruby, A'so Uinnamon flavor. An aureealwle and palatalrle Castor Oil, that the most delicate taste will not disapprove. manuf'acture, which we requirements. Cordial, Beef' and Iron Contains the nutritive constitu- ents ol' 115 grains Extract ol' liect' combined with 115 minims Tinct. Citro-Chloride Iron in each ounce. Indicated in the trcalmcnt ot' im- paired nutrition, impovcrislu-d blood and all forms ol' g'c-neral d lrility Elixir Terpin Hydrate. AND HERQIN Moniifii-in Each fluid ounce contains: Heroin . . .. 1 Grain Terpin Hydrate .... . P4 grains Average Dose: One teaspoonlul as indicated. Syrup Tolu Co m pound. Iuach fluid ounce represents: Chlorotorm -M4 min. Heroin ....,... .... . ,. grain Tj, grains . UQ grain . .. . Tj grains Cannabis Indica. .. . Tartar Emetic Lobelia .. Syrup Tolu.. . .. . .. .. Q. S. Expectorant and Brom-hial Seda- tive. Dose: Adults 1 to 2 t9aspoont'ul:. Syrup White Pine Compound. Each fiuid ounce represents: Chloroform . .. 4 Min. Morphine Sulphate... Si-16 grains VVhite Pine Bark. N250 grains Qherry liarlc , , VVYW . 30 grains Sanuuinaria . .bt grains Spiltenard . -1 grains Balm Gilead Buds l irrains Sassafras . .. 12 grains A pleasant, soothing and effec- tive t'oui:h Syrup. A valualvle rem- edy in Colds, lironchial disturbances Soreness ot' Throat, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice or Vocal Tone. Directions: For adults, 1 tea- spoontul every two or three hours. lfor children, three to twelve mon- ths, 5 to 10 drops: two to four years, 2, tcaspontul: six to eigrht years, ,X teaspoontul. Glycero-Gentian Tonic. This preparation is composed ot' flcntian, Taraxacum with Phosphor- ic Acid and t'arminatives. A popu- lar stomachic and bitter tonic. Strychno-Phos Compound Each Huid ounce contains: Iron Vyropliasphate Sccale 20 grs. Strychnine . .. S-100 grains Acid Phosphate Dilube -t0 minims Vibu rnum Co m pound This preparation contains Cramp Bark, Scullcap, Wild-Yum and Cas- sia with Aromatics. Antispasmodic, Uterine Sedative. Dose-,', to 2 teaspoonfuls in one- halt' glass hot water as directed. E. E. Bruce Sz Co. OM AHA Th iffy-uiizc' e Can Help You Secure A Bigger, Better Business Exclusive Distributors for Lowe Bros. Company Pratt :Q Lambert Benjamin Moore Co. Murphy Varnish Co. Boston Varnish Co. Pioneer Glass 8a Paint Co. Omaha, Nebraska. Pharmacy Students We Carry a Complete Line of Laboratory Supplies Come in and get acquainted Co-Op. Book Store Stude-Ever drink gasoline? Stewed-No, only benzine, its more refined. They say ice cream is bad for the digestion. Maybe that's why they sell it in drug stores. If someone tells a story you have heard before, tell them to put liquid veneer on itg it makes old things new. Forty: U Taylor Pharmacy 27th and O St. Lincoln, Nebr. Class of of N 1 91 1 Y o u You You You You You You You You You You You get right up and dress with speed rush around, no time to feed think you're first but still you're late stand in line, and wait and wait get a book, sit down and wait see your Prof. and have a fight have him sign and think you're thru 're told there's still a lot to do go again to where you start find they tear your book apart stand in line and pay a fee 'll only then a student be orthman' s Pharmacy Cor. 27th and Randolph Lincoln, Nebr. When you are out this way, stop in and get acquainted Pharmacy Students You are always welcome here. We carry a full line of Lab. Supplies Uni. Book Store, 340 N llth St. Forty-one THE Nebraska Hotel Company's CHAIN OF HOTELS Home Office, Lincoln, Nebr. COMFORT SERVICE COURTESY The Fontanelle O..OOO.,.O Omaha, Nebr. The Evans OO,,.AOO,OOOOO Columbus, Nebr The Lincoln ...o.. oo...oooo L incoln. Nebr. The Lincoln l.l,ool,,,oo Franklin, Nebr The Coates ,..oooo,oooo Kansas City, Mo. The Lincoln o.....oo Table Rock, Nehr The Lincoln oo,ooo..o Scottsbluff, Nebr, The Okeima Apts ..ooc Lincoln. Nebr The 1733 Ranch, Kearney, Nebr. fSupplying all Hotels? F. E. SCJAFF, Prv.s1'rlc11t H. W. JOHNSTON, Jlflyr.-Dz'1'crfy,, The Smith-Dorsey Company Special Attention to Private Formula Work 233 So, 10th Street Lincoln, Nebraska Then Smile The thing that goes the fartherest toward making life Worth while, That costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile, The smile that bubbles from a heart that loves its fellow men Will drive away the cloud of gloom and coax the sun again. lt's full of worth and goodness, too, with many kindnesses blent, lt's worth a million dollars, and it cloesnit cost a cent. l"rn'1'j1-I wo A Complete Popularly Priced Department Store -A Store especially catering to University Students. --A Store that is ready with service and merchandise for every need- -Make it your headquarters through your stay in Lincoln. O . 09 THE: DAYLIGHT STORE, . Dr. Lyman fafter telling Guy E. D, J, Tate to be sure and write plainlyb Well, "I think l'll write a little Holdrege, i Speech., Nebr. , , , Marcia-Well Doctor write it so I can read it. Some Funny Happenings That The man who backs this occur ln a Drug Store A hald-headed dnruggist recom- book in every stage of its den msndmg fl hall' f0H1C- A druggist with a cold recom- velopment. mending a cough syrup. The ecstacy of emotional delight " taking a dose of cod liver oil. -How to be a druggist. ! Forty-tlrrcc "No Pest" 1 i l l-er I - ' 1 I l I l I 3 ls the name of a New Potato Bug Poison put out by Ansboclier 8: Co. in place of Paris Green. Every Druggist is interested. Put up to retail in packages 10c size and 25c size. Western Glass 81 Paint Co. Lincoln Distributers CFor F. PJ Customer-By Jove, I am glad to see you back. Has the strike been settled? Waiter-What strike, sir? Customer-Oh, come now, Where lmw- you lwen sim-e you took my order. Thompson-"I had 2000 frogs trained once so they would stay on the balance so that I could Weigh themf, "She Wanted to marry him for his money." "Did she fail?" "No, he failed, and she married Someone else." Forty-four We Want to be Held in High Esteem by our friends everywhere. With this idea in mind we strive to give our customers the highest possible quality in everything we sell to them. Everything you purchase from us must be satis' factory in every way or your money will be refunded. Perfect Quality Straz'glztfor1uard rlealing and suf- isfiefl customers have made our present business possible. ARE WE SERVING YOU? IF NOT, WHY NOT? We Deliver. Phone B-4423 ILLARS' Wh REscRlP'rloN sf H A R lvl A c Y 0 Lady Washington Vellum colonial white Wedding Stationery A line of Invitations and An- nouncements that express the good taste and courtesy of the user. A line that has made its way where character, quality and quiet dignity are the order of things. A line that carries your person- ality when you Cannot go. Sold only through printing and engraving stationers. Samples sent on request with name of your stationer. Carpenter Paper Co. Wholesale Distributors OMAHA Forty-five I Inner Circle Candies A line of package Chocolates de- signed to meet the demand for quality Made by John G., Woodward ffl Co. "The Candy Men" Council Bluffs - - - Iowa Fort gf-s im Where there is beauty we take it- Where there is none we make it- TO WNSEN 226 South Eleventh Street "Preserve the Present for the Future." Weaver in Botany Lecture-It is said the grain crop depends upon the number of old maids in the community. The fewer field mice to des- troy the seeds are found with more cats and the more cats the more old maids. .E 1 AQ u i 5 fxi :ies r gg? it BO X X ' k k Qkecoixgsggxc if i 74'f I " 'N'li'5 - 0 X -ee--Hwy! When You Want Candy You Want the BEST! That's Gillenfs. Gillen cf: Boney "Good Candy Makers" LINCOLN - - NEBRASKA Forty-scziw Satisfaction Guaranteed ll You Get Stock Articles Uncler The Well Known Elcleco Brand Eldeco Tablets Eldeco Floral Cream Eldeco Vanishing Cream Eldeco Camphorice Eldeco Stock Dip Eldeco Fish Food Eldeco Lice Killer Eldeco Fly-Away Lincoln Drug Company Wholesale Drugs 801-3-5-7 P Street Lincoln, Nebraska New York Offices: 13 Gold Street -163.--.. wr R , ,Q , liuqn Tablet .'.-IJIQI. ' ' " 5.' 9.355 , . 'gmfijli 4 PW . -VQSISP, -A MYFAQ 'GW' - F' A N-sw:-1 N ' 1.- :2L3Q.'1iN"'3? Q x . .1 ,,, ' ' ' Agag-ft.ta5,,. -,PQ WNW 'V J M Yq - ng six:-1-f-f".-'Ms'-zea.-Q. 4 'NVM5 - , '-sQ2,fP':. wx?-'i N ' ' '- "ri, '1 1323.5 Y:-41,4-1, "fTtf3f:i-i5:1.'f'1' ma- ' , ' as i , W if 1 'fui-1i1f'wsi5 :i5:fV .. ,-1+ .4'.."'125Y2Vv,s1 ---:L Q:-P321 1-.,g1gi1'8Q., Nihggpsggagw Q- .g. L f-15, ge, L- " "gg .V Qrgfivrggb -- 5 - Tig- ,if F' " ., ., V25-Q . Vail gi fr Q nuul .ug ,m, ,., . V . . QA , -.fnkgcvi ' 'fi pf- al. E' fi? N i f? N EBAG OA Lmas 'MEN CLO H fUfwr.13G-"fl if 'T ' 'K 'W k A HL 'WM rpm, ,Q M .4.,1. T w- ,fy ,- - Q W 'hr Qlnllrgr nf harmarg Of the University of Nebraska 3 ' Offers unusual opportunities for the study of Pharmacy. These opportunities are: 1. The environment of one of America's greatest univer- sities. 2. Unexcelled library andblaboratory facilities. 3. One of America's best drug plant gardens. 4. The association of students who have energy and ability to produce a book of the type of this Annual. Two, three and four year courses are offered. Work in Pharmacy is given in the summer session. For information address the Dean, Dr. 9 Rufus Lyman University of Nebraska 0 College Book Store Facing Campus Book and all Student Supplies See Our Well Selected Stock of Pennants-Jewelry-UStationery Base Ball and Tennis Goods DICTIONARY CCont.J Fuss-A co-ordinated action brought about by moonlight and mutual attraction. Advice-Famous as the only thing that is "more blessed to give than to receive." Blue-The only color we can feel. Especially when found on test papers. Drug Store-A place to buy posts age stamps. Spirits Frumenti-A passing thought. Water-Something for the morn- ing after. C. C. Pill-Take one and find out. Compliments of J. G' MCBRIDE University Place Fifty-o ne HIGH CHOOL SENIOR G racluation Day brings you to the turning of the ways. You must choose-perhaps you have already chosen- the path into the future that will lead you surely to your goal in life. D oes you ambition point toward a professional or busi- ness career? Do you wish to become an educator, a scientist, an agricultural expert? Do you intend to pre- pare yourself for life's keen competition by thorough spe- cial training in ANY line? I f you do, then the time, the money, the effort involved in a University course will count as little in comparis- on with the advantages it will give you all through life in efiiciency, in sure knowledge, in the ability to make the most of the opportunities the years are sure to bring. Your State University, the alma mater of thousands of Nebraska's illustrious sons and daughters, offers you a well-rounded education in your chosen vocation together with the splendid experiences and fellowships of College life. , F or your leisure hours, there are the athletic field, the debating societies, music, dramatics, class politics- a host of pleasant and worth-while activities. Literature describing the University and its manifold activities has been especially prepared for distribution to 1919 Seniors. Send for YOUR copy-it will be of help to you in making you r plans for the future. Address the Registrar- University of ebraska Lincoln, Nebraska N te' Q f 83 6 WG' A ll E815 ,.--"T" 'P" m, ,-" ,:9'5 xl' if ,.' - : ,, 'N I, , ,f I a f , fn'- .5 lf., . . 1 1 f 7 'V UN .v a f r 5 2 I s i i f .. --ar e 4 '-P Q - 1 g . P , 1 1 ,A : 1 9 if but g' I ni i-R 415 ,I xxx i ' " . -ff xx x..-" UNIVERSITY 0F NEBRASKA I Colleges and Schools The Graduate College The College of Arts and Sciences The Teachers' College The College of Agriculture The College of Engineering The College of Law The College of Medicine The College of Pharmacy The College of Busin- ess Administration The College of Dentistry The School of Fine Arts The Teachers College High School The School of Agriculture The Summer Session University Extension Courses SUMMER SESSION OPENS JUNE 2, 1919 FIRST SEMESTER REGISTRATION SEPT. 17-20, 1919 Fiffy-1' wo Pharmaceutical Colleges TEACH MEN THE ART AND SCIENCE OF DIS- PENSING Experience TEACHES THEM THE BRAND OF CHEMICALS BEST ADAPTED TO DISPENSING PURPOSES. The Prescription 'Department gthat 'is well equipped with M. C. W. Products appeals to the thoughtful physician who con- siders quality in medicinal products of paramount importance. Specify "lVI. C. W." Original Packages Mallinckrodt Chemical Works ST. LOUIS NEW YORK MONTREAL Fifty-fl: rec Profit and Prestige For You IN THE SALE ,OF Dr. Miles' Dependable Medicines The Profit is Satisfactory, the Demand is Steady Miles' Money Back Guarantee lncreases Your Business and Reputation for Fair Dealing Before the Public 38 Years-Time Tested and Time Tried DEMAND GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE Dr. Miles' Nervine Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets Dr. Mlies' Anti-Pain Pills Dr. Miles' Liver Pills Dr. Miles' Heart Treatment Dr. Miles' Tonic Dr. Miles' Blood Purifier DR. MILES MEDICAL COMPANY Elkhart, lndiana Fifty-fozu' Greetings From Harle Haas Company Council Bluffs, Iowa Wholesale Druggists and Stationers . MURIEL RED DOT MENDEL QUALITY CIGARS HYTEST HYTONE MANA WA SPECIALTIES Fifty-five -'.s.q- un.u.u.u--g-a-.-vgw-...--u----unuus.-Q . ,- 'fait N ' I n . .f x Atl ee N s ff X " 3 2 I "'WCo:iee , ".. E Q' . Q 'CYOU3 'Q .Sz I N 5 x .'i Q 4' " f H llIl I l nv.: ll I 1: 9 - . I1 I ' I s xv N iff 'llll ' 2 ' N ' N ' 1 5 ', 1 I A . ' A. WEE.-X gf' ' 1 x x . veg , fE??!f i "::5:AAg'?1,g:5p3' 3 : g X3 1:2-1:15 -x.i::2f1'a9f!l ii I 5 -- Y--A -7- f -f---Va----my IN PHARMACY EXAM Q. Where do We get glycerine" A. From Colgate Sz Co. Stude: QTO Pharmic during Pharmacy Weekb. What is that shaving mug on our arm for '?" Pharm. Stude: 4'Oh nothing, just m trade, that's all. I amlearning to be a barber." Did you hear the clock strych- nine? YOUR PRINTING WILL BE RIGHT v IF YOU GET IT AT QI? LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA l l l I l I -'41 I I Printing Office Supplies Engraving Rubber Stamps Embossing Stationery Ge o rg e B r os. 1213 N St. Lincoln, Nebr. Fifty-six ,T Lessons Learned f i? ees e s s o n s at augh t , ty "0nce a Customer 5 Always a Customer" Q I J 4, fr, gg, 9 ' 65 ' ' You will forget largely the lessons learned while in co in-so-far as their technical sense goes, but after experience te you where clothes satisfaction is found it is very improbabl will change. , agees Quality Clothes fl X llege aches e you Ffty n

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University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE) online yearbook collection, 1915 Edition, Page 1


University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE) online yearbook collection, 1916 Edition, Page 1


University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE) online yearbook collection, 1917 Edition, Page 1


University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE) online yearbook collection, 1918 Edition, Page 1


University of Nebraska School of Pharmacy - Yearbook (Lincoln, NE) online yearbook collection, 1920 Edition, Page 1


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