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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1904)
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Wholesalo and retail Ico cream
fholesalo trade a Bpeclalty. Special
ittentlon given to dealers and hotels.
Also eHtertalnments, both public and
142 9 0 St. 'Phone 1105
I23o N St. Tclehone 435
Carriages for dances and
Time Inspector M. P. R. R.
Jeweler and JSngraver.
Graduation Presents a
W 1211 O Street, Lincoln.
The only place In
the city to get the
Famous Little Gem
Hot Waffles. Spe
cial service for Ladles.
. Repairing Done. Trunks Exchanged.
1 Valises, Pocket books, Belts, Etc.
WIRICKS TRUNK FACTORY
1036 O Street.
If ILLUSTRATORS l
W ENGRAVERS tfnU
Sj) pjaruInlKeweet (PA
K If you want a suit with style
and fit call on
206-South J 2th,
Off ico 1551
Gonsumezs' Ice Co.
Office 1140 OSt. Lincoln, Nebr.
L I ARROW COLLAR I
4 I 10 CENTS, 2 FOR 28 CCNT8 I
B 1 CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. I
' H UAKEM OF OLUETT AHD MONARCH HIRTlB
FRESHIES WIN OUT
Defeat Juniors in a Fast Contest
Yesterday, Score 9-1.
Yesterday afternoon the Freshmen
won tho haseball championship from
the Juniors by a score of 9 to 1. In tho
first six innings not a score was made
by either side. In the first half of the
seventh the Freshmen made three runs
and In tho eights added five, while one
more was made In tho ninth.
Tho Juniors' only scoro was made in
the seventh. Tho game throughout was
a pitcher's battle and had not tho Ju
niors' support weakened in the latter
part of the game It would have been
the best game seen on tho campus for
a long time. Dort and Hyde both
pitched In fino form and were well sup
ported by Denslow and Milliken behind
Score by innings:
Freshmen 0000003 5 19
Juniors 0 00000 10 01
Batteries Freshmen, Dort and
Denslow; Juniors, Hyde and Milliken.
Homo Run Robertson.
This afternoon on the University
campus the home team meets the nine
from South Dakota. This promises to
bo a closely contested game, as South
Dakota this year has a fast aggrega
tion. The home team was out yes
terday for practice and appeared to be
in line form It Is not known as yet
whether Adams or Morse will pitch.
As this is our first game at home sine
tho trip Iho students should all turn
out and watch the team play.
The track meet with Minnesota
promises to be one of the best we have
ever had The men are developing
rapidly with each day. Last evening
Hagensick vaulted 10 feet 9 inches,
and Morse made 10 feet f Inches,while
Benedict has records ranging with
This afternoon try-outs will be made
In tho high jump, in which Benedict,
Bowman and Meier will compete, and
in tho 100- and 220-yard dashes, in
which the contestants will be Fenlon.
Driscoll, Nelder, Bowman, Meier and
Hoar. Fenlon has been out the last
few days and Is showing up in fine
form on tho short sprints.
A mass meeting will be held tomor
row morning In chapel to boost this
meet. At this meeting it will be at
tempted to form a rooters' squad to
cheer the homo mfn as they come in
on tho runs.
The Minnesota team arrives here Fri
day morning at 10:30.
Schoolmasters' Club Meeting
The Nebraska Schoolmasters' club
held its last meeting of the year on
Saturday evening at the Llndell hotel.
It was attended by Professors Bessey,
Crabtreo, Davis, Fossler, Luckey and
and Ward, and by Messrs. Heltzman,
Jackson, Stephens, Towne, and Cut
ter or the University alumni. The pa
per of the evening was read by Super
intendent Kern, of Columbus, and tho
discussion was led by ProfesBor
Luckey .followed by Dean Fordyce,
President Clark,. Professor Bessey, Su
perintendent Caviness and Superinten
dent Davlsson. A banquet was served
at which -the wives of tho -members
were presont. Superintendent Steph
ens, U. of N., '89, was elected presi
dent for the ensuing year, and Q. L.
Towne, U. of u., '95, secretary- treas
urer. Don Cameron's lunch counter for
Tho Wbitebreast Co., at HOC O St.,
Is the place to buy coal.
For first-class Tailoring at low
prices, see Union College Stu
dents Tailors. Telephone 1209
Union College Tailors
South Enterance Cofleee Bldg.
For High Grade
Call or Telephone
251 So. lltbSLKient 11232.
Special Attention Given to
American Cafe f
ja6 Soath llth 5t Regular Meili age
Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4.00. j
Special Scrrlea Glren to Partial and dubs. 5
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THE WALL PAPER
AMD PAINT MAM
ISO North 13th Llnooln, Neb. 1
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
OAPITAL - - $100,000.00
John Yrlrht, Pre J H. Wosoott, Yloc-Prw.
Joe Sarouela. Ind Vloo-Proa.
P. L. Hall Oaohier W. B. Ryona. kta'. Cak.
r-jg 1 and Pt Uqutppcd Eating Hot,.. n th.
Ctty. FurnUhtd feooim nOnnction.
.Palace Dining Hall.
2 J Meals, $3.00.
W. H. Hart, Prop.
KM N Street Lincoln, Nek.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U7vUd Profit 40.000.0
8. ft BURNHAM, Prudent
A. I. liWTKl H. 8. FREBMJLN
H. B. BVANS FRANK PARKS
Am. C taler Aaet. Cashier
P. K. SAflTKmDAY, Auditor.
UNITED STATUS DEPOSITORY.
There is ao watch, clock or article of
jewelry we cannot fhr
C. A. TUCKER
The Up-to-the-Mlnute Jeweler
PROMPT SFFVTCP.. 1123 O Sttrrt
Sterling Bllver artl-
appropriate wedding j.
gins anu our une ui , M.-y jv a
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Sterling goods la the
uchi 111 ijiiicuiu. ILSl rv-24fl fi
Special prices to clubs
130 So. 13th St.
m. g. Wolff
139 So 13th.
lBl flf JPwJ
DENVER TAILORING GO.
H. WECKESSER, Prop.
8ulti md to order from 1 1 8.00 uo.
Pant. $5.00 1 and up. W aI.o Jo a.anlnj
YtZZn! "a., ,RP,rin8:- Worfan.n.hf;
ftrtt-ClaM. latlifactlon guaramwd. r
1228 M St. Llndell rlot.I. Lincoln.
Fraternity Hall, 13lh a N Street
Nowly furnlahod end decorated. Is mew
open for dates for College and Frater
nity dancos. Special ratoe to students
FAVLKNEB S SHARP
Rcom 808. Fratenlty Bldg.
Shlrte any style in
Cotton Undorahlrte 'mq
Ootton Drawers nX
HandkorohiofB, 8 for ..'.'.'.'. . . ,Qq
YULE mnOS. LAUNDRY
The Modern Method
Estimates furnlBliod for work
anywhere in tho state.
188 South Tenth Street
The Weber Suitorium
Is the up-to date place
where you can jet yoor
Closing Cleaned and Pressed
'Phone 708. Northeast Cor llth and O.
T. J. TIIORr COMPANY
L M AJl Kind ( Rapaitfng
308 So. ltth Street
I Western Glass
and Paint Co.
12th nnd M Sfc., Lincoln, Nebraska
Up-to-Dato Soda Fountain
and Magazines. . .
118 North llth Street.
POWELL'S BILLIARD AND POOL HALL
was opened this fall with tables all
newly covered, best cues and balls,
newly papered, everything up-to-date.
B. P. POWELL, 146 H llth St Phone M
Steiuer-Wocmpener Drn Gti,
IU( O SttMt? '
Ptona 707 Unnh, !
Manufacturers of Btoiaer'a Balaaa
Rhubarb- Gold Capsules, Pile Omre a&4
Qray'a Oond'tion Powdera.
15J5 O Street. Phone 566.
100 rooms beet low-prieod house In olty
RATES$i Per Day and Up
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