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SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS Red
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. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
Come' in and Have Your Eyes At
Team Practice Began Yesterday
Regular track practice began yes
terday afternoon, and about twenty
men who are training for the sprints
hurdles, distance runs and weight
events, turned out between four and
six o'clock. The track has not been
graded up and smoothed off yet, but
this will be done Immediately. Atten
tion was directed to the hurdlers for
the most part yesterday. Three good
men, Hagensick, Edgerton and Hanson
are out for this, and It Is safe to say
that the University record, which Hag
ensick now holds, will be lowered by
one of the trio.
The Sigma Alphs lost their second
game Saturday when the Kappa Slgs
defeated them by the narrow score or
7 tn fi. The came was supposed to be
Lsoven Innings long, and on account of
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the zero weauier uie piuyt-io wwum
have been more than ylllinf to letup
go at five innings, but the teams were
so evenly matched that nine innings
were required to Bettle the game.
Batteries Sigma Alph, Steen and
Robertson; Kappa Sig. Mason and
In the morning the Betas won their
second game against the D. U's, by the
score of 10 to 8. Dort arid Culbertson.
Hagensick and Harrison were the bat
teries. Fifth Students Recital.
The fifth student's recital of the Con
servatory will ho held In Memorial ha'.l
next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Everyone is Invited. The program will
be as follows:
Piano solo Sonate C minor (Mozart)
Piano solo "Elso's Dream," "Pil
grims' Chorus," (Wagner-Liszt) Mae
-Baritone solo Hero's Song (Nevin).
So Far Away (Chadwick), Chas. Tul
leys. Piano solo rrelude and Fugue k
minor (Back); "Sparks" (Moskowaki),
Piano solo-Nocturne D Hat (Chopin)
Soprano solo Roses, (Gow) Mrs.
Howie. , ,
Plnno- solo Theme and Variations
F minor (Haydn). Georgia Scott.
Pinnr. Rnln Sonata D minor (Greig).
Andante Molto Alia Menuetto. Jessio
Soprano solo Aria "Joan d Arc.
(Bemberg), Emma Marsland.
Piano solo Concertstuck F minor.
(Weber) Alyso Swedberg. Second pia
no, Mr. Eames.
All Arrangements Complete for
BTg Y. M. C. A. Banquet.
All arrangements for the annual Y.
M. C. A. banquet at the Llndell hotel
tonight at 8 p. m.. have been completed,
and everything points to a most enjoy
able evening. The banquet will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock, and will not
last as late as Is usual. There will b;
a few short. Interesting talks, given
iiv Mi foilowlnc eentlemen: Chancel
lor Andi'AWR. Prof. E.-H. Barbour, Mr.
John S. Moore. Mr. C. P. Bailey, M. J.
Brown, B. G. Lewis, F. C. uuara. Mr.
ninrW Oherlies will act as toastmaster.
The association does not make a cent
off the banquet, but hopes that the as
sociation men will turn out and sup
port thl8 function by their presence.
"Popular Talks on Life Insurance,"
by J. A. Jackson, New York, tonight at
7:30 p. m. in Memorial nan. Mr. jacu
son is an eminent insurancb author and
one of the hest posted men In the
United States on life insurance. He
will discuss Insurance problems and
methods. Ho sjeaks under the auspices
of the political economy and sociologi
Lincoln Local Express, 11th and N.
Tel. 787 Baggage hauled.
Boston Dentists, best work and low
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