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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1904)
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Ofnahn, Sept. 25 fo Od. B
Electrical Parades, Confetti
Battles, Grand Illumination
and Many Special Attrac
tions. The Union
will cell 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.
Largest Manufacturers in the World
al Official Athletic Supplies.
Tho foot ball su
ed bj- A .Q. Spam
inq & Bnoa. aro
th Imai that can
absolutely be pro
duced ; thoy ore of
tlioy liava stood
. . , . " icai. tor over
twonty-a glit ycinc, and are ned by nil Tnter
oollmrlato, lntorHcholoHtlc mid prominent foot
ball toamB of the country. No expense Is spared
In nriaWnK the good bearln te Bpaldlnu
Trado-Mnrk an near perfeot m It U poaalble to
ifissi shafts isgaAffi
the NEW RULttfe Vofi IflOI. ScWrSto
on tho irame. It la. In fact, a complete en-
spALtnm s tfbw to play tooTBAur;
S,i8di11r )f V Para? niy revintd for 10M.
Undoubtedly tho beat "book ever publiahod on
2 i!?!"1".'0? & CQPtaJM nil a beginner
eftonld know, and Many luterefitlnu- facta for
tno oxnurlonnrd nlnvnr Prln in ,.....
"If U porl ulna to athletics, Jwo make lL"
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
MOW York OhlnADo
Philadelphia Son Frenolsoo
InnoapolU Monfcreal. nn
Send for a copy of Spalding'
Winter Sport Catalogue
a Fall and
The Y. M. C. A lockers hate all
been engaged. v
O. H. Tlmmerman, '04. was visiting
on the campus Wednesday.
The Perching Klfles will meet Tn-
day. Oct. 11, zi 7:30 p m. j srPnoo
Misses Maud Wilson. Rita Clark and
Eva Casey have gone to Omaha to
I eo I.egro, who Injured his back In
football practice Monday, was able
to be out again yesterday.
The clasH hour of Rhetoric 41 has
been changed from 11:30 Tuesdajs and
Thursdays to t o'clock the same dayB.
Roscoe Gyre, an old U. of N. man,
stopped In Lincoln between trains yes
terday, on Ills way to Redlaus. Cal.
Examinations of gymnasium stu
dents have been furnished, and prac
tical work in the denartment will hn.
Mr. James R. Boyle, of tho class of
1900, Ph. I). Universltv of Wiseman
1904, is now head qf the department
of Economics in the University of
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The Dormitory will be thrown open
to the faculty this evening and a wel
coming leceptlon tendered them by the
Ptormltary grls. Light refreshments
will be served In the parlors on each
floor by the occupants of the building.
In the reception line will be Mrs.
Tranklsh. Miss Tranklsh. Mr and Mrs.
Harkley. Chancellor and Mrs Andrews.
The Sigma Chi held Initiation last
Saturday evening and was attended
with a large banquet at the Indell
Hotel. R. A. Heacock and YV VV.
Ilride were the guests of honor Covers
were laid for thirty. Among the
alumnae were H. Hardy of Lincoln.
Hon. CI. M. Spenlock or Omaha. A.
Rattle of Sracuse. Doctor Stevens and
Doctor Erwin of Lincoln. The table
was beautifully decoiatwl with c ut
(lowers, while gold and light blue were
much in evidence.
On Monday evening a smoker was
given at the Fiat, house. This even
ing an Informal chafing dish party
will be given
are just what u young
man needs. They give
mm n size between the
one too big, or too little ;
in fact, your size. They
are made in
Cluett 25c Brand or
Arrow 15c Brand
Ask any up-to-date dealer
Cluett Peabody & Co.
Makers of Cluett"and Monarch Shirt
The registration at the Iown Stnto
University exceeds at oflast year
by over 200. -The - attendance now
nearly reaches the 3,000 "mark.
Tho new army regulations are now
on 8alajU the Co-rp. - -
Meals served In 3 minutes. Good
Is The Only Line Landing
you at the
Round trip rates from Omaha are as follows:
$8.50 Hold dally except Friday and Saturday, good seven days
$13.80 sold daily, good fifteen days.
The Wa basn is the only line that lands passengers at the main
entrance of the World's Fair Grounds. Also the only line that can
check your baggage to the World's Fair Station. Think what a saving
of time, annoyance and extra car fare.
All agents can sell you through ticket and louto you over the
Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful
World's Fair folder and all information call at 1G01 Farnura St.. or
HARRY E. MOORES,
G. A. P. O. Wabash Ry, Omaha, Neb.
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CADETS! New regulations at the
Armstrong Clothing Company prac
Columbia Disc Records
FOR THIS MACHINE
$1.00 Each ot $10.00 Pet Dosen.
Fleming. 121J O St., is showing a
nice line of jewelry.
puy your new army regulations at
If you got it at ArmHtrnne-'q Ifa
Tho No-Meat Place. Good Health
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Chapln Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13th.
$5.m) for $4.00. Good Health Cafe.
Sold for Cash or on Easy Paytrients of $i Per Week.
COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO.,
1621 Farnam Street,
Bank j& OF lcoln,
The Palace Livery Co.
The Finest Turnouts in the City,
Bll Phone 453 Autonatlc Phone M53
1129-1131 M STREET
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