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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1902)
THK IAILY NEBKABKAtf
You want, and the one ou get,
is the hest the country affords.
Apply the same qnnciplc to Ini) -mi;
cloths. '1 he best is the
cheapest wins your self-respect
and the respect of others.
My tailors are the best in Lin
coln. Prices within the reach
of all, if you only think so and
HE MAKES CLOTHES
1141 () Street.
livery day during the months of
September and October, kjo2.
FROM LINCOLN, NKB.,
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake
$0.00 to Butte, Anconda, and
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenatchce
$25.00 to Everett, Fair ha en, and
New Whatcom, via Hunt
ington and Spokane.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma and
$25.00 to Ashland, Kosebuig, Eu
gene, Albany and Salem, 1a
$25.00 to San Francibco, Los Ange
les and many other Call
Full information then fully fui
nibhed, on application to
F. B. SLOSSON, Agent.
TIiIh column Ih devoted mainly to
notlreH of the iinhenclty All clepnit
mentH and Htudent orgnnlntlons hav
ing notices to publish Hhould leave
them either at the exeutlc office, at
the ofllre of the paper, or hand them to
anyone connected with the pnper. All
announcements should be In by (" p m.
ALLEYS. Standatd and Regula
tion in cveiy paiticuhu. 1210 ()
II. C. THOMAS,
The Only Up-to -Date
Billiard and Pool Parlor
in Town. No Saloon At
tached. Tables Neatly
Covered. Powell's, 14(
N. 11th. Phone L(J(4.
I 10 Campbell. '02. has a position
ns pilnripal of the (Jieele schools
At the meeting ot th- Mnwvell club.
Saturday night. V K Williams wan
elected president and Wm Hmhnnan
A meetinK ot the Tennis assoi iation
will be held in V 200 at 1 p m . to
day All men interest d in si chip; a
nourishing tennis a-SHociatlon this sea
son shou'd be piehent
(1 M PKTKUK. Managei
Everyone not alread registered foi
Hist or second year choius woi u aiivl
wishing to do so will be permuted to
register without paying the additloral
lee of $3
KXKCUT1VK OF KICK
The ( lass in The Study of Woods"
is called to meet In room I'M, in Ne-
hiaski hall, at lulto a m. Tuesday
afternoon All who aie icgistered tor
this uoik should attend prompt 1 for
the Hist l'oiinai lecture, and tor the ai
rangement of laboratoiy uoik
CHARLKS K HKSSKV
The pei son who took a new C.eiman
dbtionai) trom the shelves in the base
ment ol the libraij building will pie
ent bonie un)leasant developments b
K turning same immcdinteh
SHORT-HANI) CI ASS
The (lass in shoithand onduted by
Miss Vliginia Hoffman meets tor its
fust lesson 1 uesda evening at S
o"( lot k at the :u adeni
(JI.KK Ckl'II TONIC.HT
The (llee lub will meet tonight toi
piaithc and voiie it sting at univei
sitv hall at 7 Ho Hveiy man 111 the
unieisit who tan sing should be on
hand Ovei fitt men should .be pies
SKNIOR CLASS MKKTINC
There will be a lass meeting Tues
day, Sept 30 at 1 p in , in the old
chapel tor the pm pose ot electing o Ul
cers and disposing of a;ij other busi
ness S K BLACK
Girls' Gymnasium Classes.
October 13 Is the date set for the,'
beginning ot regular work in the girls'
gymnasium Already suits have been
ordered for the newcomers and it is
hoped to have everything arranged
definitely wunin thiee weeica so that
there may be no delay in starting on
the year's work Rasket-ball teams
will 1)0 organized and the inter-class
games for the season will piove intei-esting
Vhil traveling through the eastern
states this summer, I)r Condra, of the
geological department, visited the
large museums and umveisities and
noted their geological collections Com
paring' them with the collection of
speclnens here in the Nebraska
museum. Or Condra finds that we have
a largo and finer collection of coal
measure than any other state
This fact Is atti United to two causes
Firstly, the coal measures are beat rep
resented in Nebiaska and Kansas, and
secondly, the untiring energy and zeal
of Regent Morrill and others interested
In the geology of Nebraska has great
ly furthered the collection of speci
mens found in the museum and labora
It has been asserted tin
braska could spend the necessaiy time
and money in gathering together the
valuable material of the state, we could
have the best collection of coal meas--urc
In the world From the present
collection, however, a laige number of
specimens can be exchanged with other
colleges and universities
lat. if W-
Takevonr I m journal.
The young ladies of the Y. W C. A
gave an informal leceplion Saturday
afternon to the new young ladles en
tering school for the fi-st time. The
ladles' pailois and halls In Memorial
hall were thrown open to the company
and a throng of ladles spent a pleasant
The rest 100111 is a very delightful
place and in addition to the other ai -commodatlona,
gave plenty or room to
everyone. Ices and light wafers were
served during the afternoon.
After about October I gymnasium
classes will be required to appear in
uniforms. Turner pants black 1 libber
soled tennis shoes, and blue, sleeveless
jersles will be worn No man will be
allowed on the Ilooi who i.s otherwise
dressed F LANK.
Assistant I'h.vsical Dnectoi.
Course 13 for thst year men will be
gin Monday at 1 1 30 a m
Class hi heavy g mnastic -, will open
Monday at 3 p m
Announcements ugarding other
classes will be posted on the boaid .
Absistanl Fhvaual Dlrectoi
I ' 1
1 ; f
What's the Use
Of gointf to a tailor to be measured for
clothes and then waiting to try on the
garments and have them fitted scvetal
tunes and taking the chance that
they'll be right.
FAR BETTER to come hete, where you can
be fitted properly in a few minutes and try
on as many garments as yon will. " that's
the only way" to see how the different
styles look on on.
BESIDES, thete's a great ditlerence in the
price, entirely aside from the fact that
eery other lespcct we give ou the same
satisfaction that ou get from otir tailors
See our New fall aud Winter Novelties in
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