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SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
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The cadet battalion) drilled with guns
Percy Adams spent Sunday at his
home In Wahoo.
Elmer Arnold has been pledged to
Delta Tau Delta.
L. A. Sheldon, '05, spent Sunday at
bis home in Avoca.
Tho organic chemistry students are
making chloroform and Iodoform.
Mrs. Clapp superintended the prac
tico of tho hockey club yesterday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Williams of Sew
ard returned homo Sunday evening.
Avery Jennings spent Saturday and
Sunday at his homo in. Council Bluffs.
Tho Btudonts In quantitlve chemis
try aro determining copper and blue
Tho chemistry 1 students aro begin
ning their study on potassium com
pounds. A lecture on "Qui vera and Coronada"
was dellvored by Mr. Blackman at Bel
mont last Friday night.
Allen, Sedgwick, '04, who Is now at
tending Columbia, Is on the football
squad, playing right tackle.
Tho chemistry A students are about
through making hydrogen. Tho explo
slona aro not qulto so noticeable.
Art Scrlbner returned Sunday oven
Ing from Omaha, whero he spent Sat
urday and Sunday with his parents.
Dr. Mulrhoad, a former schoolmate
of Dr. Wolcott at Ann Arbor, Mich.,
was a caJlcr at tho University Saturday.
Burt Christie, '98, Is rejoicing over
a now ndtlltlon to his household. The
arrival of a boy baby Sunday Is the
Mr. Turman of Donvor, who reported
tho game for Colorado, did not return
homo with tho team, but left yesterday
Mr. Panghart, a former graduate of
the. University, was a visitor at tho
chemical laboratory tho latter part of
II. O. Nllsson will spend tho rest
of tho weok at his homo in Omaha,
whero ho will attend the wedding of
his brother, Dr. John R Nllsson.
Th law students are exhibiting
much chagrin on account of the rumor
that they will not bo allowed tho usual
coBsatlon of duties to enable thorn to
go homo to vote.
Mr. Moss, formorly an Instructor In
latin In tho University, now principal
of Weeping Water high Bchool, attend
ed tho superintendents and principals'
meeting last weok.
Miss Delia Gardner of Boulder, Colo.,
who has beon visiting rolatlves and
friends at tho Pi Beta Phi house, loft
yesterday for Falls City, whore Bhe will
mako a viBit before returning to Colo
rado. Tho cadot battalion will appear In
full uniform next Monday. Most of
tho uniforms havo arrived and, every
man not complying with Captain
Chase's ordoc. In this respect will bo
Clomont Waldroni went to Schuyler
yesterday to attend the wedding of
Miss Wright and Chas. Barbor, both old
University students, tho former being
a member of tho PI Phi sorority and
tho latter a Phi Gam. Mr. Barbor
pwns a largo ranch near Schuyler.
Chapln Bros., Florists. 127 So. 13th.
Marshall and Richards, halr-cuttlng
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Union Shining Parlor, 1018 O St.
Chairs for ladles and gentlemem.
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Carry all the best grades of
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