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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1904)
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Tho Academy Nows Is delayed thin
Ibbuo and will not appear until next
Tho Historical society rooms were
closed yesterday all day because of a
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ART GOODS Curtice, Lincoln Book
BANKS Columbia, First National.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES A. L. Und-
land & Co.
BICYCLES. ATHLETIC GOODS Bam
Hall. Sidles, Glrard, Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op, Brown, Umlvoralty Book Store.
Sam Hall, Lincoln Book Store.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
BUILDERS Lincoln Sash and Door
CIGARS Powell, Lindaey, Follart.
CLOTHING Unland, Magee & Deer,
B. L. Palno. Armstrong.
COAL Gregory, Dierks, Whltebreast,
P. D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell,
DAIRY Franklin, Laming.
DANCING HALL Frotornlty.
DENTISTS Boston Dentists.
DRUGGIST Steincr, Woeinpner, Rec
tor, Brown, Rlggs, Wright, Red
DRY GOODS Mlllor & Paine.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local. Lincoln
FlORISTS Clmpln Bros . C H. Froy,
FURNITURE Rudge & Gueneel, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall. Rudge & GuenneL
HOTELS Llndell, Walton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutual.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hajlet, Wolfe,
LAUNDRIES Yulo Bros.,
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, Hallet,
PAINT & OrLASS Western Glass A.
PIANOS Sohmoller & Mueller, Ross
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
FRINTING, Griffln Greer, New Cen
tury, Ivy Preaa, Review Press, George
RESTAURANTS Westerfleld, Home
Cafe, Don Cameron, Hendry, Palace
Dinlng Hall, American Cafe.
SHOES Perkins & Sheldon, Sander
SUITORIUM Webor. -
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, Union
College Tailors, British Woolen Mills
Oakloy & Anderson, Denver Tailors
Those who have not yet paid their
Freshmen dues are requested to do bo
Mr. Slutenillo, a former University
student, Is principal of the Goring
schools this year.
Tho Academy and Sophornor.o base
ball trams were unable to play this
woek on account of tho bad weather.
Professor Hodgman returned yester
day from a trip to Central City, where
ho acted as judgo In an oratorical contest.
Manager Meyers of the Academy
football team states that- he has
scheduled a game for next year with
tho Omaha High School.
Tho Union society attended the
basket-ball gamo In a body last even
ing. Immediately after the gamo tho
following program was given In the
Today Is the last day of grace for
those who wish to order Freshmen
caps. A large number have already
ordered and the representation will be
The Palladian Literary society has
succeeded in raising almost $1,000 of
the $1..r00 pledged to the Temple fund,
and i no bad luck Intervenes they will
succeed In the promise they have made
toward the structure.
The Palladian Literary Society had
a very enjoyable tlmo last evening con
sidering the large number who were
absent In attendance on the basket-ball
game.. Those who wore present made
up for the absent ones by an increased
The Geology II class on Tuesday will
bo dhlded Into two divisions, part go
ing to the laboratory and tho rest re
maining in tho chapel. Those whose
names begin with A and above but
not Including K will go to laboratory,
tho rest will remain In the room.
for acceptable Mean.
State If patented.
THE PATENT RECORD,
on pnoe of the Pxteht Eb6or H-W
Commenoement of School of Ag
riculture Last Evening.
The second annual commencement of
the Nebraska School of Agriculture was
held last night and seventeen men were
granted ceitiflcates of graduation,
showing the completion of the three
The exercises took place in the Art
room, which was especially decorated
for tho occasion. The program began
promptly at 8 o'clock by tho rendi
tion of a i)lanos"oTcTby Miss Ethel Sy
ford. After tho Invocation by Rev.
Bullock, Mrs. Henry B. Ward sang.
Tho commencement address was
given by Dr. Albert Boynton Storms,
president of Iowa State College. Dr.
Storms chose for his subject, "By
Products," which he handled in a most
scholarly manner. With a deep, pleas
ing voice, coming from a sympathetic
breast, reminescences of farm life were
clothed In poetic expressions and th
beauties of nature pictured as only the
student of nature can picture them.
After the presentation of certificates
a vocal duet was rendered by Miss
Vera Upton and Mr. Bradfoid
The following men received certifi
Frank Wardwell Beach.vMax Henry
Bille, John Marshall Brown, Carl Fr?d
Chase, James Wilber Dawson, Harvoy
William Ehlers, Earlo Stanley Haskell,
Merlo Little, Harry Dotlof Lute. Earl
Alvln Meacham, Herbert Haven Rob
erts, William Walter Smutz, Chester
Warren Tolles, Ralph Lewis Tolles,
Howard Roy Vandersllce, Fred Louis
Young, Charles Wesley Melick.
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