The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 21, 1904, Page 4, Image 4

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THE BIG
PIANO HOUSE
135 SOUTH llth STREET
Univezsity Bulletin
OUR LEADERS
Stdnway & Sons
SchmoUer & Mueller
Steger & Sons
Vose & Sons
Emerson
Mueller
A. B, Chase
Geo, Stecfc
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on $5 monthly-payments
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-to
ST. LOUIS
N. E. A.
and the
WORLDS
FA'IR?
Notot before haa th N. B. A.
arranged ita meeting with guoh
wonderful opportunities for the
Teacher, Inatruotor or Professor.
The routo via the Burlington
will be the favorite one, an it haa
been heretofore.
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0. W. Bonnoll
Olty Pautnger AgM
Burlington RouU
TODAY Convocation, Professor Stuff,
"Keltic Literature."
TODAY Baseball, Omaha Leaguo vs.
Nebraska.
APRIL 22 Graduating Exercises,
School of Agriculture, Art Hall.
APRIL 22 Girls' Basketball, Minne
sota vs. Nebraska, tho Armory.
APRIL 22 Company B Hop, Fraterni
ty Hall.
APRIL 22 Baseball Team leavoa on
Eastern trip.
APRIL 23 Girls' Tennis, Minnesota
vs. Nebraska, tho Campus.
APRIL 23 Annual Engineering Soci
ety Banquet, Lindoll Hotol.
APRIL 23 Track Meet, Lincoln High
vs. Nebraska, F. & M. Park.
APRIL 27 Graduating Recital, Me
morial Hall.
APRIL 28 Viking Dance, Walsh Hall.
APRIL 28 Ladies' Minstrel, Olivor
Theatre.
APRIL 29 Interstate Debate, Kansas
vs. Nebraska, Memorial Hall.
APRIL 30 Intorclasa Meet, the Cam
pus. MAY 3 Recital, Momorlal Hall.
MAY 6 Glee Club Concert, Olivor
Theatre.
MAY 7 Academy Faculty and Student
Reception at Principal Homo, 700
No. 16th St.
MAY 10 Recital, Momorlal Hall.
MAY 11 Convention Nobraska Photo
graphers' Association, Art "Hall.
MAY 12 Recital, Memorial Hall.
MAY 13 Freshman Party, the Arm
ory. MAY 19 South Dakota vs. Nebraska,
the Campus or F. & M. Park.
MAY 20 Pan-Hel Dance, Tho Audi
torium. MAY 20 Competitive Drill Day.
MAY 20 Interscholastlc Field Day,
High School Fete Day, F. & M. Park.
MAY 21 Track Meet, Minnesota vs.
Nobraska. F. & M. Park.
MAY 24 Cadet Encampment Begins.
JUNE 4 Annual Concert, School of
Music. Memorial Hall.
Ji'NB 9 Thirty-third Annual Commencement.
"Follow th Flag."
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Many Miles Shortest
to St. Louis.
The only line with its own Station at the main en
trance of the World's Fair Grounds, Many special
rates during the Exposition. All agents can sell via the
Wabash.-
HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
The University of Chicago
Schools of
Law
Medicine
Theology
Education
Campus Qleanmgs.
1'ioteshor Stuff will s;eaU in i Impel
this morning on "Keith l.iteratuie."
I'leai-i' help l Ik- poor May your
iigai.s and lohano ot F'rnnli DuTeil
HLu O St
'I lie Delia!) w.ll hold a meeting alter
the hashi l-h.ill game Friday evening
.!is (irai, iinghlut ot (Ynlia!
(i hah been isitijig with Univer
sity fr'endH the past lew days '
Instructor Stlant ot the S hool ot
Agrlcultuie will go to Colorado t-oon
in order to study the early egetation
ol the region which is the subject of
his thesis. He is to work upon this
problem all summer.
Hurt I). Whedon. UK studs his
friends notice that he "opened an ofllce
for the practice-of law" on the Sth of
this month in New York city. He adds'
another name to the long list of rising
young Nebraskans who are working in
the east.
Each school has a special Circular of Information which will bo sent on request.
The Courses in Medicine arc given iu connection with tho vork of RUSH KEDICAL
College.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
SUMMER QUARTER Chicago, Illinois.
June 18 September a
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mf'g Co.
Interior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
tures, Water Tanks.
Professor IJessey is piepuring a pa
per on the distribution of the nathe
forest trees of Nebraska for the annual
report of the state board of agricul
ture It is to be illustrated by a series
of maps to show the distribution ot the
different species.
Mitses Agnes Herbert and Florence
Hirst go to Central City today to visit
with friends.
Don Cameron's lunch counter for
good service.
Chaplo BroB., Florlata. 127 3o. i3th.
Thono 170.
C. H. Frey for choice cut flowers,
1133 O St.
Oregon or Waioto
$25.00
EVERY DAY Until April 80th 1004,
UNION PACIFIC
As passengers through Omaha over the Union Pacific
can reach Portland many hours quicker than via any
othor routo, thoro aro fewer incidental oxponsos on
tho trip. A saving of time and money always appeals
to the American people.
Be sure your tickets read dber this tine.
Inquiro of
E. B. SLOSSEN Agent.
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