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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1903)
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flnlwrrlpHon price, 12 per yenr In mlviincc.
Entered nt tin- pOHtofllro nt Lincoln, Nebrimkn
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TiiPBdny Prof. W. o, L. Taylor
"The United States of Europe."
Wednesday Sophomore emus pro
gram. Thursday-F. H. Sanborn: "Emcr
boii." Friday Music.
Chaplain for the week: Rev Laura
The Pershing Rifles.
Under command of Cantaln A. K.
BarneB. the Pershing Rifles have been
reorganized and are now up to their
former standard of excellence. The
best drill of the Benson was held upon
the campiiB last Thursday evening. The
company has gone back to the old ar
rangement of drilling each week, In
stead of every other week. The next
and final open drill will be held on
May 7th. Challenges to a competitive
drill have been sent to the Lincoln
Light Infantry and to the Thurston
Rifles of Omaha. It is expected that a
drill with at least one of these crack
companies will be arranged. All ap
plications for membership this year
.....cu in- nullum in jy y)m Ml. iSlnilKKV
may he secured from the first sergeants
of the battalion.
Ready for Missouri.
For the annual Missouri-Nebraska
debate, which takes place in Memorial
hall next Friday night, arrangements
are practically complete. The three
ablest Missourlans are coming up from
the south to attempt to offset the over
whelming defeat Nebraska gave the
Columbia team last May. The debate
will unquestionably be the fastest and
hottest debate heard at Nebraska for
a long time. The question is of vital
There will be other attractions.
Hon. William J. Uryan has kindly con
sented to make an address. Inte'rtsted
In Inter-collcglate debate, he is com
ing to hear the results of tho teams'
Investigation of the concentration-of-capital
question. After the debate and
before the decision of the judges Is
nnouncul, Mr. Hiyan will speak on
The Value of Discussion."
The cadet band will also be present
and start the program with stirring se
lections. Hon. Einlln McClain. LL.IX, of Iowa
City. la., who has been selected as the
third Judge, is an eminent jurist, chief
justice of the Iowa supreme court, and
until recently chancellor of the Iowa
University law school. Llncolnites
and Nebraska students remember his
Charter day oration in 1900 on the
Philippine problem. The other judges
will be professors of economics Pro
fessor Frank MeVey, of the University
of Minnesota, who Is actively Interested
In the Minnesota worlr In debates, and
Professor Jesse Macey, of Iowa College,
That there will be a big crowd on
hand to help Cronln, Hunter and Ryner
win the fifth successive Nebraska de
bate victory and the championship of
the middle west for 1903, Is now as
sured The Palladlan society last Fri
day night voted to attend the debate In
a body and has asked for a reserved
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street
Wright's Oliver Theatre pharmacy
Sisler & Lemlng, Ice cream and milk,
107 No. 13th.
The home meet of track teams oc
curB noxt Saturday at 2.30 p. in. About
forty-five men are trying for the team
The following Is the program of
Track events 100 yard daah; half
hlle run; 120 yard hurdle; 410 yard
run; mile run; 220 yard dnflh; 220
Field events Pole vault; shot put
(10 It).); Tunning high Jump; hammer
throw; running broad Jump; discus.
The Interclafis relay will be com
posed of four men, 220 yards each. The
most promising men for the sprints
are Reed, Manning, Mouck, Drlskell,
Fenlon, Cheney and Horg; for long
distance. States, Ilenrod, Cray, Corr,
Inter-Fraternity Schedule, 1903.
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A tennis man remarks to a Nebras
kan reporter: "It seems rather strange
that when football, baseball, basket
ball, and track athletics are under the
management and direction of the ath
letic board, tennis should be made
the notable exception. There are near
ly as many students interested in this
sport as there arc in either baseball or
football. The representatives sent from
this University have been uniformly
successful, and there appears no good
reason why It should not be taken un
der the fostering care of the athletic
board. Not all those under its care
now are paying propositions, and it Is
the opinion of those who are informed
that it would come as near paying out
as some of the others."
John L. Sheldon. Instructor in bot
any in the School of Agriculture, and
professor-elect of bacteriology In the
West Virginia University, has been
asked to give the instruction In botany
In the Colorado Springs summer school
at Colorado Springs, Colo., the coming
summer. This Is the work which Pro
fessor Bessey has done for a Berles of
years, and he was asked to continue
again thlB year, but on account of hav
ing planned to go abroad during the
vacation he suggested the name of Mr.
Sheldon, and accordingly the latter Is
arranging to take up the work. Mr.
Sheldon Intends to finish In Colorado
in time for him to reach his new posi
tion about the 1st of Septomber.
Ddtoll'H Clirurs thut'a ull.
Flegenbaura's Pharm",cy, 13th and O
Lincoln Shining Parlor, cor. 11th & O.
Ladles and gentlemen.
Don't wear yellow collars and cuffs
that look bllllous, as tho their liver
was out of order. The "Evans."
THE P. D. SMITH COAL CO.
Carry all the best grades of domestic coals, among which
you will find the Rex lump at $6.50; the tvem-
merer, Wyo., lump at $8.00, and the best
Maitland you ever saw at $7.25.
All Kinds of Steatn Coal, the best money can buy.
Office U40 O St., Phone 329 Yards 6th & N Sts., Phone 376
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TRACKMEN All entries for field
day. to be held next Saturday, May 2,
must be in the hands of the physical
director not later than Thursday noon.
John Tobin. Captain.
A RECEPTION will be given from
L.'IO to .1:30 Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. A. J. Sawyer, 1 71 S
F street, for Mr. F. H. Sanborn, who
speaks nt convocation Thursday morn
ing. The faculty and students of the
Unhcrsity are especially invited to at
tend. CLASS COMMITTEE on announce
nunts and programs will have a table
in the libnjry this morning and to
morrow mojfaing to take orders for the
necessities. All seniors who have not
yet placed their order should do so by
tomorrow noon, becauso the final order
will be sent in not later than Wednes
day night. This must be attended to
SENIORS should take notice to or
der their programs. The orders are
ery slow in coming in and some tardy
ones may obstruct the complete order.
Also the cards, ft Is important that all
who wish them see the samples of the
Co-op and place their orders. The
committee has arranged to have a table
in the hall Monday and Tuesday morn
ings. Those who have not done so up
to this time may then place their or
ders. In a book on the "Algae of North
western America," which has just come
to the botanical library, it is interest
ing to notice that in connection with
a great proportion of the specios one
finds the name of one of the graduates
of the University of Nebraska Profes
sor De Alton Saunders, '98.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
We are now In a position to replace
gold pens In fountain pens while you
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ber Sidles has the largest
Base Ball and Tennis
line west of Chicago.
Prices lower than the
lowest. See our big
Sporting Goods Store
317 O St.
Phone F 1174
Save 15c easily j
by using one of our
We make Tools a
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WESTERN GLASS & PAINT Go.
12th & M-Slj.
The McGee Adjust
able Yoke Skirt
The McCJee underskirts are made of
fine mercerized sateen They are per
t't in tit and daintily designed, but
the feature that makes Mcdee under
skirts different from others is the ad
justable koye, a device of hooks and
eyelets half an inch apart makes It pos
sible to adjust the yoke to any desired
size or shape. Once adjusted it need
never be changed, the back portion
having a buttoned placket-hole like
We have 17 different Btyles In this
skirt, ranging in price from $1.50 to
Of mercerized sateen; wide" bias
flounce ornamented with eleven rows
of pin tucking; wide bias ruflle at bot
tom ornamented with 4 rows of pin
tucking, one wide tuck and two rows
of hemstitching; dust ruffle faced and
bound with velveteen $3.00.
Of mercerized sateen; deep bias
flounce, trimmed with 4 two-inch ruf
Of mercerized sateen; wide bias
flounce faced at bottom and trimmed
with two plaited ruffles; ruffles
trimmed with 3 rows of ruching
flounce piped on to body of skirt
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