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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1904)
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Every Loyal University Student
Is Urged to Patronize these
Nebraskan Advertisers, and
to Mention the Paper
ART GOODS Curtice, Uncoln Book
BANKS Columbia. First National.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES A, L. Unde-
lan St Co.
BICYCLES, ATHLHTIC GOODSBam
Hall, Sidles, Glrard, Lyman.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Porter, Co-
Op, Brown, University Book 8tor.
Sam Hall, Lincoln Book 8tore.
BOOK BINDING Gillespie.
BUILDERS Lincoln Snsh Jind Door
CIGARS Powll, Llndaey. Tollart.
CLOTHING Unland, Mum ft Demer,
B. L. Paine, Armstrong.
COAL Gregory, Dlerks, WhiUbrat,
P . D. Smith.
CONFECTIONERY Lemlng, Maxwell.
DANCING HALL Fraternity.
DENTISTS Boston Dentists.
DRUGGIST 8teinr, Woempner, Rec
tor, Brown, Rlggs, Wright, Red
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine.
BXPRES8 Lincoln Local, Lincoln
FLORISTS Chapin BroR., C. H. Frey.
FURNITURE Rudge ft Gueneel, A. M.
HARDWARE Hall, Rudge ft Quenxel
HOTELS Lin dell. Wftlton, Boyd.
INSURANCE Connecticut Mutual.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallet, Wolfe,
LAUNDRIES i'ule Bros.,
OPTICIANS Dr. J. J. Davis, Hallet,
PAINT & GLASS Western Glass ft
PIANOS Schmoller ft Mueller, Ross
POOL & BILLIARDS Powell.
PRINTING, Griffin Greer. New Cen
tury, Iiry Press, Review Press, George
RESTAURANTS Westerfiold, Home
Cafe. Don Cameron, Hendry, Palace
Dining Hall, American Cafe.
SHOES Perkhre-fir Sheldon, Sander
TAILORS Unland, Bumstead, - Union
College Tailors, Denver Tailors. Her-
The only place in
the city to get the
Famous Little Gem
Hot Waffles. Spe
cial service for Ladies.
Time Iuspcctqr M. P. R. R.
Jeweler and Engraver.
2 .Graduation Presents a
1211 O Street, Lincoln.
TRACK TEAM BACK.
Account qf Colorado Meet by Our
Vrstv-r-lay afternoon af 2:30 ti.
track team returned Trom thnlr trij.
lo Bolder, defeated but not discour
aged or down-hearted. They o', bad
a good Umc on the trip and did nil
thr.t could be expected of then
Tho score of 74 to 34 would seem
to indicate that Nebraska was com
pletely out-classed, as she only got
two firsts, but such war not the case.
Coach Cropp of the Colorado team
said after the meet that had the meet
held in Nobrnska or in lower altitudes,
the result would have been very close.
That 1b the way all the men felt.
Colorado certainly had a very strong
team, especially ir. tho Hprlnts and
weights, Johnson making th? 100-yanl
dash in 10 seconds fin.
The only objectionable features of
the meet were :he hlg.i altitude ni.d
the starters. These seem.1! 'o De rath
er inexperienced at Iho buKinej and
unintentionally caused tne Neornclu
men to lose out hi two or three in
stances. The team's treatment at the band'
of the Colorado men vn.s nil that fotihl
b aslu-d for.
The team left Lin: .-In at .';. m.,
and arrived in Denver at 0:40 p. m.,
where they put up at the Adams hotel.
The next morning the men took in
some of the sights of Denver until
10: GO. Thje team got Into Boulder
just In time for dinner and were on
the field by 2 o'clov-k.
The bleachers -were we'l filled with
weaicrs of the silver and golc by the
time the racrs were begun. The day
was ideal and the track was fast, be
ing made of cinders.
The two-mile race had to 1 e aband
oned to allow the team to catch their
train at 4:35. blinking then' to Pcnvcr
at C o'clock, from where they started
in time to get homo yesterday after
The summary of eventH is as fol
lows: 100-yard dash Johnson, "() bemuds:
KJO-yard hurdles Kingsbury. 1 15 sec
1-milo run Law, 4:. 19; Wells.
V-mile run Pratt. 2:0f 1-T; F'en
rod. 220-yard hurdle Kingsbury. 20 scc
220-ynrd dash Johnson, 23 seconds;
440-yard run Kingsbury, fl l-o.
Relay rate Colorado, 1:3(1.
Shot-put Bell. 37 feet 4V in Jor
dan. Pole vault Hageuslck and Benedict,
tie nt 9 feet 4 inches.
High Jump Johnson. ." feet G in.;
Benedict, 5 feet, 5 in.
Hammer throw Fowler. 128 feet 8
Broad jump Johnson, 21 feet 2 in .
Discus throw Newton, 110 feet" 7
in.; Bell, 102 feet.
Juniors Will Receive Seniors.
The committee in charge of the Ju
nior reception realizing thatas a Uni
versity function and one inwhlch all
students should meet in a friendly way
for an enjoyable evening will en
deavor to provide various kinds of
amusement. Eddie Walts' orchestra
will discourse music, while among the
other gpod things on the program are
a vocal solo by Miss McCunc, and a
piano solo. Also Mr. Cornell will
render a trombone solo, which will be
cure to please all tastes. The endea
vor of the committee is to make this
an afCaJ at 'which all students may
mingle in an evening of whole-hearted
Please help the poor. Buy your
cigars and tobacco of Frank DuTell,
1020 O St.
All sizes in duck pants at $1.00 to
$1.50. Blue flannel shirts at $1.00, $1.50,
$2.50 and $3.00. Also tho best army
hat every shown at 90 cents. The B.
L. Paine Clothing Store.
Cafe for strawberry
During J 904 several opportunities to go
back East at greatly reduced rates will fos
offered by the ,t
Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul
If you want to be kept posted regarding
low rates, dates of sale, stop-over privileges
and train service, advise me the probable
time and destination of your trip.
Through train service from any point
on the main line of the .Union Pacific Rail
road to Chicago every day. Folder free ...
F. A. NASH
nral Western Agent
Battalion to Be Inspected.
Social Orders No. 20:
1. The bnttalion of cadets will
'npected Tuesday, the 17th, hiBt.,
n special inspector.
The battalion will assemble In the
armory' at 3 o'clock, p. m., on the
above date for inspection. White du k
trousers will bo worn.
The chancellor has excused all ca
dets fiom recitations aftor 3 o'clock
1). m.. on day of inspection.
By Order of
G. L. PItchford has gone to his home
In Cedar Rapids.
E. H. Willisford addressed the (.In
dents at Cotner yesterday.
Special fine lino of black goods at
BumHteada for commencement suits
from $30 io $10.
Loming's, ice crenm and candy:
and L Sts
lunch counter for
Co., 117 No. 11th,
For 'first-class Tailoring at low
prices see Union College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
South Enterance College Bldg.
1524 Farnqm Street,
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Uur pen doctor will at- a
tend to all cases of Pen
ailments skilfull. Office
hours 8:00 to 12:00 and
1:00 to 6:00.
125 So, 12th'st,
L. J. HERZOG
1 280 O Street, Lincoln, Nob.
Fine Tailoring ;
Spring & Summer
Prices the Lowest'
Quality the Best
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1230 O Street, LincoJ,N. J;
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