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"A newspaper deroted to the Interest of The
UnlTcrelty of Nebraska and the student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published at 134
North Eleventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class flail Matter.
B. W. Washburn, I r
T. 0. Hkwitt. f -....Managers
HAL H. KOBEHTS EdItor-ln-Chiof
STERLING II. MCCAW Asj-istant Kditpr
Doard of Editors:
Emily Jenkins, S. II McCaw,
J. A. Manning, A. C. tec,
R. R. Rainey.
Chas. I. Taylor,
C. C. Wilburn,
11. j. iungc.
hlmer F. Hodges.
T M. Hewitt,
K. 1'. Hill,
N. A Hue.
Catherines. Mclaughlin. Dan Gutleben.
The Kebraskan-Hesperlan will bo sent to an;
address upon the receipt of tho subscription
price, which is one dollar a year.
Contributions are solicited from alL News
Items such as locals, personals, reports of rocct
Incs. etc. are especially desired. The Nebraskan-Hesperian
will be clad to print any oontrib
uUon relative to a general university tubjecl.
but the name must accompany all such.
The Nehraokan-Besperian Is sent to all sub
critiors until ordered discontinued and all ax-I-oanures
Address all communications to tho Nbbrab
K4 UuarEBlAN. P. O. box 219, Llnooln, Neb.
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The showing of the ball team in Sat
urday's game was a most creditable
one. Nebraska may well be proud of
velopo Into good players. Dasenbrock,
who filled the place in the Minnesota
game, will be in school next fall. Left
tackle, the position of Brew, last
year's captain, is open. However,
Kingsbury, an old player, will be out.
Plllsbury may also prove a good man
for the place. The ends on last years'
team will be in school next fall. Cor
telyou is now in California, working in
the oil field, and will be in excellent
condition when September comes.
Ryons is not having any more trou
bio with bis knee. Johnson, the sub
stitute, will practice next fall. This
summer he will try to grow some.
Behind the line, Drain at quarter
does not know whether he will return
next fall. If he does not, his loss will
be greatly felt. He was a hard, heady
player. For the backs, Crandall,
Plllsbury, Bender, Montgomery, Eager,
Cook, and a number of new men will
make a group from which the coach
should be able to pick three stars.
Several good players will report in
September from the high schools of
the state. The football squad should
number sixty or seventy at the begin
ning of practice.
Last but not least, we have Coach
Booth for next season, and it is six
teen to one that we make a better
showing than we did last year.
The final examinations with their
troubles are again upon us. All there
is to be said about it is "Wc are all
in tho same fix."
z The cadets' ncampment at Fre
mont was moat successful. The sun
Burned faces are a testimony to drill
and guard duty. This week of camp
instruction is of more value than a
month's drill. More than that, it adds
a few days of pleasure and some tradi
tions about which the alumni are will
ing to talk.
Hardware, Groceries, Buggies,
Stoves, Furniture, and Supplies
of all Kinds at the Lowest Prices.
FARMERS SUPPLY ASSOCIATION
130 N.13TH ST., LINCOLN, NEB.
Scad for our CataJegw.
1214 O St. CAI.I.andSHUmvWORK
1036 O STREET
THE VERY LATEaT OF FABRICS
R. B. GETTEMY
1024 O Street
sAGE DINING HALL'
The annual election of Phi Beta Kap
pas brings out again more forcibly
that it pays to commence early In
your work. Of course, all the senior
class can not be Phi Beta Kappas, but
it will hurt no one to have a good rec
ord. The small number of boys is
still noticable, three out of seven
teen. One explanation of this may
bo that the western boys spend much
time in carrying outside work. An
other may be that the girls are
brighter and more able. Who knows
which is right?
The Best Equipped and
Most Popular Dining
Hall in the City
MEALS, - - 25 CENTS
AlIEAL TICKETS, $3.00
HI S. 12th St., LINCOLN, NEB.
THE FOOTBALL TEAM.
Prospects for Next Year and New Men
At the close of the school year every
one is asking "What will our football
team be?" A short resume will, no
doubt, prove of Interest to many.
Captain Westover is in better shape
than ever before, and does not fear
any trouble from his shoulder. Dur
ing the last month he has had the men
out on the field practicing in punting.
Westover Is a hard worker and sets a
good example to his men by playing
good football. He will play in his old
position, right tackle, during the next
Koohler, center lor the last two
years, will be in school again next
year and hold down his old place. He
Un6di his reputation last season by
holding down tho big Gopher captain.
Ringer will be out for bin position at
left guard and with the last two years'
experience will make a good man. The
other guard is open, but several can
didates have appeared who will do-
Gold Alloy Fillings, .... $1.00
Gold Fillings $1.00 and up
Gold Crowns, $5.00
BEST SET TEETH, . '. . . $8.00
Nothing Can Bo
Here ItV hard work to Veep everything
Brick and span all the time hut that Is what
we're here for. Our tiUoinrM ha kepi on
growing lccaue we've bfcii particular that
every hot '" wtr package, every process of
compounding or manufacture, should be
clean and neat.
Ilrlng your prescription to u. If you please.
Perhaps it isclouly when it ihonld te clear
in appearance. That sometimes happens
when a prescription is not put up just right.
Oor. O and Twelfth Sim., Llnooln
Osborn's Old-Book Store
Osbom's Magazine Bindery
131 North Twelfth Street
Originators of the "Nebra ha Folio," tho
beat Loobo Leaf Note Booh Made Tahe no
Other. Twenty-two Styles and Sizes.
Quality and Workmanship Guaranteed on
eaoi Cover. All Kinds of Booh Bought and
Sold, General Binding Done,
G. M. OSBORlf
la porters aid Jobbers
Write for Catalogue.
The Denver Fire Clay Co.
D.B.Woodward, M. X).
DISEASES Or TUB
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
dlvsset Carefully Pitted.
207-208 Kichnrds Mock. Lincoln, Ncbf.
Resldcuco 1310 Q St.
Office-1100 O SI.
J. R. HAGGARD, M, D.
Rooms 313 and 314
D. H. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Trcatmont Electrical or Medical.
1224 M St. Lincoln, Nobr.
If yon are going to a hospital for treatment k
will pay you to consult Dr. Shoemaker. He
makes a specialty of Diseases of Women, the
nervous system, and all surgical diseases.
Everything home-like Price reasonable.
1117 LSL LIN-OLN. NEB. P.O. box 93
Residence: 2548 Q street,
DR, REYNOLDS, SURGEON,
Burr Block, Rms 17-10, Phone, 656.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a, m. to 12 M.
3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 5.
Ceraer Ilth and V Streets.
Office Telephone 301. Residence Telephone 55
1024 L Street
Livery, Sale and Boarding
Hack and Baggage Line.
ED. I. BOHANAN, Manager.
I WE WELCOME YOU f
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I FROM YOUR SUMMER OUTING
And offer to you, one and all, a
A CORDIAL INVITATION
to Inspect our Stock of
FINE WEARING APPAREL
Now is the time, ere you take your departure for home, to stock
up. We carry the
MOST UP-TO-DATE GOODS
And the Prices are right not too high. Remember, here
"IT'S YOUR MONEY'S WORTH"
or your money back. Pleasant, chee.ful dealings always.
EWING CLOTHING CO.
III5-III7 0 STREET
FOR FINE CLOTHES MD FUMISHMBS
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