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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1904)
b e a p Tlebraenan
135 SOUTH (Ith STREET
Much to the legret of Academy peo
ple the rnlversity convolution pio
gram prepared by Academy girls Tor
presentation last Friday morning liarl
to give way to tlio practice singing
from tile new bookH. Several of .the
girls, Helen Hurgess and Eleanor Har
bour, among others, had prepared mim
ical selections for the entertainment
of the nudlence, but it is neediesH to
say they were greatly relieved over the
interruption of the program.
The tennis tournament arranged for
the, joung women, like many other
hastily announced sludmt enterprises,
has been abandoned Instead Misses
Edna Maker and Mary Minor will play
two of the Wesleyon expert women in
ho near futuie.
Stdnway & Sons
Schmolier & Mueller
Stegcr & Sons
Vose & Son
A. B. Chase
And 23 others. We sell new
Pianos on 55 monthly
Mr C V Smith is remembering the
men and the school with man sou
venir papers from MufTalo, N. Y.,
where he is attending the national
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. He is hav
ing a glorious time
Lincoln Sash, Door
and Mf g Co.
Interior Finish, Exterior Fin
ish, Office and Store Fix
tures, Water Tanks.
I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I
OUR PEN DOCTOR ATTENDS
TO ALL CASES OF PEN AIL
MENTS. OFFICE HOURS 8
TO 12 AND 1 TO G.
125 So. 12th St.
Arthur Edgren and family are due
any day now In Lincoln, and a recent
letter from Mrs Edgren announced
their speedy arrival They will all be
welcomed heartily and sympathetical
ly Arthur's expected tour of spaln
with Dr. J L. Oerlg was abandoned
and the young professor has been go
ing it alone From the souvenir postal
cards received be is haiijg the time
of bis life, watching bull lights, bul
lying the Spanish hackmen, binning
his way into sacred convent retreats,
talking religion with the priests, poll
tics with prime ministers, dazzling
scholais with his Sanskrit, English,
French Herman, Scandinavian, and
Italian eloquence. Surely a great
Mr. F. P. Smith Is detained from
school on account of sickness.
Seniors meet Monday at 10 a. m., at
chapel, c. T..BORG,
Mr C. M. Ruckles of Superior, was
visiting friends at the University
Today the Union society will have
a picnic at the Lincoln park. A good
lunch and a jolly good time are billed
for the occasion.
f I v illiain Cleburn of Omaha, called
I at the department of botany on last
inursday in order to study some ditll
cult plants which he had collected
near Omaha. Some of them were verv
4. IntereBting-to the University botanists.
Instructor Shantz, of the School of
Agriculture, who has been spending
a couple of weeks In Illinois, stopped
for a day this week on his way to the
mountains, whero ho goes to work on
the subject of his doctoTs thesis. He
spent a day In St. Louis visiting the
exposition and the botanical gardens.
Wright Drug Co., 117 No. 11th,
The Homo Cafe for strawberry
Special rate to fttudentn at Hendry'B.
Don Cameron's lunch counter "fot
SUMMER VACATION IN COLORADO.
Low Excursion Rates this Summer Via
tho Rock Island System.
Write for rates and a beautifully Il
lustrated book descriptive of Colorado
scenes and scenery.
F. H. Barnes, G. P. A.,
1045 O Street. Lincoln.
T1 Sanderson has the Bwellest lot of
1 1 I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1' I I I II-f spring shoes you ever saw. Drop In
The manuscript for the women's edi
tion of the Academy News barf gone
to the printer. Every word of this
edition has been written by girls ex
cept a brier introduction by the pro
fane band of the principal. Kodak
Shots is the heading ff series of
realistic iews of the young men as
seen through the ee of woman The
principal anticipates a riot when this
edition meets the eyes of the men, for
none of the m are spared The princi
pal saw to it that his nboto wns lnft
ly abstracted before the matter went'
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