The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 07, 1904, Page 4, Image 4

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A. B. Chase
Geo. Steck
And 23 others. We sell new
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FAIR?
Never before has tho N. E. A.
arranged its mooting with snob.
wondoriHl6pportujnltiea for the
,Teaoher, Instrnotor or Professor.
The routo'vla tho Burlington
will bo the favorito one, as it has
boon heretofore.
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Campus Qleanings.
Tho now term of tho law courts will
begin April ICth. "
John D. Brady lectured In Decatur
last Saturday evening.
Frank P. Smith returned yesterday
from a short visit with friends nt
Cheney, Neb.
Tho City Y. M. C. A. and Academy
teams will moot In dcbato next Satur
day ovening.
Miss Patricia Naughton has returned
from Omaha, whero she has been ill
with tho grip.
Tho Academy baseball team will play
tho Cotner baseball team at Cotner
next Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Blackman of tho State Historical
society, has loft tho city for Blue
Springs on an archaeological expedi
tion. "Deac" Koehler, who Is attending tho
University of Chicago, was among tho
distinguished visitors at the gamo
yesterday.
E. H. Allen loft Monday to attend
the Phi Kappa Psl grand arch council,
at IndlanapollB, as tho representative
of the local chapter.
Clark Powoll, of tho Powell Auto
mobile Co., of Omaha, and a brother of
Doane Powoll, ex-'04, is visiting at the
Phi Kappa Psl house.
John Forsyth, ox-'05, of Broken Bow,
Is visiting at tho Delta hoiiBe. Ho in
tends to remain over for tho Senior
Prom, tomorrow evening.
All the furniture In tho Historical
society rooms has been neatly rear
ranged and the floor, is now undergo
ing a thorough scrubbing.
Tho finance committee of tho Fresh
man class met yesterday morning at
chapel tlmo to estimate the funds for
tho basket ball players' caps.
The Palladian Debating society re
ports a gootWlebato for last Saturday
evening, and 'an excellent attendance.
President Balrdi Is now supervising the
interests of tho debaters.
The threo debaters who will meet
Doane In tho annual contest between
the Palladian Debating club and tho
Doane club, are Messrs. Craig, Smith
and' Mitchell all tried men and good
logical thinkers, who will show how
an argument Bhould1 be presented.
"Ye Editor," while "piping off" tho
curves of one of tho pitchers from an
advantageous position behind tho
catcher in the game yesterday, received
the full effect of a foul tip, which ho
was not "swift" enough to get out of
tho way of. He Is able to get around,
but is still repenting for his act of
curiosity.
Dress Parade Tonight.
It wasannounced at drill last even
ing that if tho stato of the. weather
permits tho battalion will appear in
white duck trousers for tho first dress
parade of tho year this ovening. It Is
feared that last night's rain will make
it necessary to postpone thjs today but
tho announcement of one of tho fea
tures which gained so much popularity
last year will bo greeted with consid
erable Interest by University people.
Tlvo unusual efficiency in battalion
movement will doubtless make tho
weokly dress parades even more bril
liant than thoy were last year. Tho
improvement in tho bandi is also ex
pected to aid materially in tho suc
cess of tho review.
Unions Maxwell Debate.
Tho Unions and Maxwells will meet
In debate next Saturday evening. The
question to be discussed is "Resolved,
That 'the fifteenth amendment should
bo repealed." Tho Unions .have'tlio af
.flrmatlvo and will bo represented by
PIfer, McReynolds and Paul. Tho Max
well team has not been posted.
Special rate to students at Hendry's.
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