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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1904)
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Omaha, Sept. 23 to Oct. 8
Electrical Parades, Confetti
Battles, Grand Illumination
and Many Special Attrac
tions. The Union
will sell round trip tickets
at one fare plus 50 cents
lor the round trip. Tickets
on sale October 3rd to 7th
inclusive, good, for return
ing October JO. Inquire of
E. B. SL0SS0N
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
Urges! Manufacturer! In tht World
el Official Athletio Supplies.
Tho football sup
ed by A.a.SriliD
ma & Bbos. ara
the lst that oaa
absolutely bo pro
duced ; thoy are of
thoy hava atood
. . "" vent lor OTOr
rjun7'? i 7VAr?' and re ed by all lnter-
ball teamn of tho oountr
"vit.w, ti.iinuiiuiiiabiu uia nrnniftiAni rnnt
In maklnK the gooda Wrinr tho 8pald
Tirade-Hark aa near porfeot aa It Is poafiblo
prpduco a manufactured artlca and If It be
this mirlt nf ntrrjwtfnn It I. tk.. i .
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BPALDIUG'S OFFICIAL FOOT BALL
niTfJJVi" ,B' ln ?'' complete en
orolODedla of thocramn. Prion in ..-
HOW TO PLAY FOOt'rat t
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uwuuutnu) mu uhi( uuuk eve
OB thn cmmi fnr If. ivint.ln.
atould know,' and many tatTwrttaS fiSSfS
It it pertains to athletlca, we make It."
A.Q.SPALDING It BROS.
npir lorn Uhloago
Fhlladolphla San Franolsco
Mlnaoanolla Mnnt.i rv
ocna ror a copy of Spalding's Fall and
ntgr Sport Catalogue: It'a I roa.
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I THE TO W&W
I noHcss than the gown I
has learned to-Iikc the I
I Quarter Size Collar I
The best are the I
I mid ths H
CtUBTT ClIALTdN AKKOW-Al.COM
H Cluctt. 23c cii-h. Aimui u,i..i. b1
2 for arc
Cluett, Peubody & Co. I
, J Makers oCCltt and Monarch Shirts I
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uniform and lined up with the varBlty
He was greeted by a cheer from the
.uuiurs on me bleachers. The new
yell was practiced several times and
the old ones given, but not half enough
rooters were out. This ovenlng root
ing not only encouraged tho Bcrubs nnd
varsity men, but lines tho throat with
loather and is eoort fnr Mm i,nM,
Get out tonight .and yell.
Tho second team journeyed to the
metropolis of Ashland on a minute's
notice Saturday afternoon and upheld
the glory of tho scarlet and cream by
defeating Ashland H H i7.n rwn
of the game were somewhat obscure
but the particular star seemed to be
uho jones. tho flnnl result, however
wasn't in doubt Assistant Manager
Johnnie Morrison, accompanied the
team and acted as umpire, referee
linesman and waterboy.
Miss Jennie Whltmoro goes to Val
ley today to attend the weeding of her
sister, Miss Kate Whltmore, ex-'OG.
The first class hop of the year will
be given two weeks from next Friday
by the Sophomores In Fraternity Hall.
St. Paul's church gave the tenth an
nual reception to university dludents
Monday evenine. from s n in in m,
parlors of the church.
The reception to studonts to be given
by the faculty Saturday evening war
called off on account of tho death of
ex-Regent Charles H. Gere
A jolly theater party on Saturday af
ternoon was compose of Messrs. Win
kler. Wilson. Hall, Elva. Sly, Fitz
Jerald, Nell Ensor and Van Horn
Among the students who will go to
Omaha over Sunday for Ak-Sar-Ben
are Misses Heimrod. Hall, Hlller. Bed
uel, Schrieber. Carter. Stearns
Messrs. E. Johnson. G. Hardy and H
The dormotory will be thrown open
to the faculty and friends of tho dor
mitory girls next Friday evening. In
tho receiving lino will be Mrs. Prank
ish, matron of the dormitory; Profv
and Mrs. Candy, and Mr. and Mrs.
Barkley. Light refreshments will bo
served by the girls.
A new social feature of tho year will
be the dormitory dances to be given
every month. Mr. Haynes of St. Louis
who now owns the building, has con
sented to give the girls tho use of tho
dining room and furnish them with
orchestra and refreshments once a
Uionth. Tho exact date of the dances
will be settled this week
Hale & Buck's Latin Grammar, 90c
"U. of N." Tablets, 15c. The "U. of N."
Fountain Pen. 14k gold warranted, $1.
History and Seminary Papers 7c per
100. Roversable Note Books, 15c each
The Lincoln Book Store.
NO CLASSES from-JI to 4 o'clock this
afternoon, on account of funeral of ex
Regent Charles H. Gere.
E H. CLARK.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine 5e.
Chairs for ladie3. 1018 O street. '
Erie, B. Woodward. M. D diseases
of eye. ear and throat. 207-8 Richards
block. Phono GGG.
The School of Music Cafe is becom
ing a popular place for meals. Try it;
you pay for what you eat only.
Get tho best Henderson & Ames'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Armstrong Clothing Company prac
Co. ; baggage.
The No-Moat Place. Good Health
Chaplir Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13th.
FOR THI8 MACHINE
$1.00 Each or $(0.00 Per Doten.
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seat. Height of back 33 in.
Lower cut illustrates our
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rocker, but larger in every
respect. Height of back 38
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