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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1903)
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Friday-Saturday, May 29-30 Kansns
Ncbraska tonnls tournament.
Saturday, May 30 Decoration day
excursion cadot encampment at Wahoo.
Famous " Varsity "
MIbb Mary Ilonln, of Aurora, Is vlslt
Ing her brother. C. A. Ronln
The "Varsity" styyle as first produced and as continued thlB season
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MIhh Lydla Edmlnton, of Omnlia,
spout Saturday In the city as the guest
of MIbb Jennie Whltmore.
Halo Rothwell. of Crelghton, who
attended tho Unlverfllty last semester.
1b visiting with J. R. Caley.
MIbb Ix)ttlc Woldy returned from
Croto today, where Bhe haa been visit
ing on Y. W. C. A. buslnoBB.
MIbb Agnes McElroy, of Omaha, vis
ited In tho city Saturday with Misses
Mary Cooper and Patricia Naughton.
MIbb Sarah Phelps, '02, has been
olocted to teach Gorman next year In
tho high school at Schuyler, her home
Tho 'varnlty track teanf will go to
Sioux City Saturday for a meet with
South Dakota. This will be the last
moot thlB year.
Tho last meeting of tho University
Llodorkranz for this semester will bo
hold In the old chapel next Friday at
1 o'clock. Regular meetings are. how
over, planned for the summer session.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Esther Hawley and Her
bort Barker, which will take place on
Wednesday, June 3rd Hoth of the
contracting parties formerly attended
by Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Is admitted to be the most stylish, snappy L
Back suit In tho market. It Is particularly a young man's style; has
the Jaunty, "snappy" effect prized so highly by youthful ,-men. What
we mean by youthful men la that vast army of men between the ages
of 18 and 30 yearB. With these men tho "Varsity" Is particularly
adapted. They possess every point of style that these particular, even
fusBy, men demand. Tho tailoring and shaping of these garments la (i
as carefully done as if they wero the result of custom work.
Prices $12.50, $15.00,
$18.00 and $20.00
Professor ReBHcy has already as
signed to his class In plant pathology
tho work which they are to complete
for dual examination, involving the
preparation of papers on certain speci
fied topics Some of the final paperB
aro to bo published
Professor M. M. Fogg will leave for
tho east tomorrow. Business of an
urgent character calls the professor
away beforo tho close of tho year.
Work In the department Is being ar
ranged bo that nothing will be left un
done by Mr. Fogg's departure.
1221 to 1227 O Street Lincoln, Neb.
periods have two classes scheduled for
each, so that rooms 110 and 107 have
been brought Into use for class purposes.
Miss Iconise PhelpB, '02, Btopped off
for a abort time In the city Sunday.
She was on her way to Peru, where
aho expects to take summer work In
tho normal. Sho was recently elected
assistant principal of the Schuyler
high school and will teach In the
Tho time table for the courses In
botany the coming year has been made
out and posted on tho bulletin board In
Nebraska hall. Seventeen courses are
offered to undergraduates, and these
fill every forenoon period but one In
room 102, Nebraska hall, and seven
afternoon periods Eleven forenoon
Homer Martin, of Lincoln, was In
itiated into Delta Upsllon last even
ing. Clint Hair is visiting his Delta Up-
sllon brothers. For I tie past rour
months he has been principal of the
high school "t Ogalalla.
E. E. Blackmail, of the Historical
society, went this morning to Stuart,
where he Is to glvo the cemmencement
aeldre'ss before the high school gradu
ating class this evening
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IiOSS P. CURTICE CO.
207 So. nth St.
PIANOS, MUSIC, PICTURES
VISITORS CORDIALLY WELCOME
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Equipped with Bmnsewick Continuous cAlleys
April Twilights, by MIbs
Tho Ward of King Canute,
by MIsa Llnjencruntz. . . . 1.20
Lady Roao's Daughter, by
Miss Ward 1.20
Loroy Mary, by Alice Hegan .86
Emmy Lou, by Mrs. Martin 1.20
Tho Traitors, by Oppenhelm 1.20
The Battle Ground, by Ellen
A Whaleman's Wife, by
Frank Bullon . . . &. 1.20
and all the ntw books, at f
PboMt 6$ m so. nth st.
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A class in heavy gymnastics has
ueen organized. There will be several
contests in this kind e)f work next
year, with the usual prizes of medals
for winners. Men with ability along
this line will be given an opportunity
to show their strength next year.
J. L. Shelelon and O. F. Miles are to
Bpend this week and a part of the
next In southeastern Nebraska Investi
gating certain diseases of applo and
other fruit trees. They, are to stop
kt Tecumseh. Johnson, Auburn, Salem,
Brownvllle, Nemaha City, Table Rock,
wvmnre Beatrice, and Crete. At each
of these places they are to visit the
large orcharels In tho vicinity.
Commandant Chase presented J. D.
Ringer and L. E. Hurtz, captainB of
companies B and C, respectively, with
now swords at last evening's drill hour.
The commandant acted In behalf of the
two companies, which gave their com
pany commanders swords as tokens of
good will. Company D presented a
sword to Captain Farnoy on the day
of competitive drill.
Within the past ten elays Professor
BeBsey has been Bked by tho pub
lishers of a series of text-books to pre
pare a book for use In the high schools
of the United States, and also by the
publishers of a cyclopedia to write the
major portion of the botanical matter
Tor this new work. It Is not yet cer
tain whether he will undertake these
tasks, as he Is still at work on a long
overdue book for an eastern publisher.
Don't forget ub. Lincoln Local Ex
press Baggage Transfer. 'Phone 787.
School of Music Notes.
Master Hubert Wilson spent
week with his sister, Miss Ethel.
Students from Mr. Eames' class will
give a concert program this evening
in Memorial hall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barnes, of Albion,
spent a few dayB at the school with
their daughter, Miss Vlda.
On Friday and Saturday evenings of
next week the annual commencement
exercises will be held in Memorial hall.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases. 1318 O.
Lincoln Shining Parlor.cor. 11th & O.
IJidleB and gentlemen.
Regulation Army hats at 90c and
blue flannel shirts at $1 00, $1.50, 52.00,
$2.50 ami $.' 00, for encampment pur
poses, at Paine's Clothing Store.
On Friday evening students f rom
second and third year harmony classes
will give a program of original compositions.
Miss Winifred Howell and Miss
Blanche Roberts will spend a few days
thlB week visiting with Miss Mamie
Kllllan at Wahoo.
Thursday evening Miss Louise Har
greaves, a pupil of Mrs. Will Owen
Jones, and Miss Elva Walker, a pupil
of Mr. Mortimer Wilson, will give a
recital for graduation.
Eat at Don's Cafe.
The Palace Barber Shop; 8 chairs.
Datell's Cigars that's all
A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 O,
Restaurant Unique, 1228 O street
LIVERY BAGGAGE AND CAB LINE
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Phone 56 234 So. Uth St.
N. W. corntr O and I Ith Su.
SolU madr to order at popular prlea. Re
pairing, cleaning and pressing also.
Good work guaranteed.
The Weber Suitorium
la the up-to-date place
where you can get your
Clothing Cleaned and Messed
Phone 708. Northeaat Cor. nth & O Sfa.
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