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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1904)
Cbe atls Hebraefean
A, G. Spalding & Bros.
Largest Manufacturers in the World
ol Official Athlotlo Supplies.
Tho football sup
od by A O.SrAi.D
mo & Bnoj. nr
the host that oaa
nbnolutoly bo pro
ducod ; thoy aro of
thojr have stood
tho teat for over
twentr-elght jroAtu, and urn nncd by all Inter
ootlogfato, IntnrHoholaHtIn and prominent foot
ball totauH of the country. No oxixinno la spared
In making tho goods bearing tho Spaldlnf
Trado-Mark as near perfoot an It Ih posnlblo to
produce a manufactured artlc nnu If It boani
thla mark of perfection It In tho brat .
SPALDING'S OFFICIAL TOOT BALL
OUIDB. Edited by Walter Camp. Contain
IkoNBW RULES FOR 1001. 3potal artlolea
on tho game. It In, In faot, n completo on
oyolopedia of tho game . Prlco 10 conta .
8PALDINO'S HOW TO PLAY FOOT BALL.
Kdlied by Walter Camp Newly rovinsd for 1004.
Undoubfodly the bent book over publluhod on
on too game, for It contains all a boglnnor
anould know, and many lnterentlng facta for
the experienced player . Prion 10 oonta.
"IX it pertains to athletlcfl, wo make It."
A. Q. SPALDING & BROS.
Nw York Ohloago St. Louis
Montreal. Can. London. Knit,
Send for a oopy of Hpaldlng's Fall and
Winter Sports Cataloguo. It's free.
Dr. J. J. Davis
Spectacles and Eyeglasses Fitted to Relieve
Headaches and Eye Strain.
1222 O Street-Auto Phone 302 I , Rejldence 2818
1 17 North Eleventh St.
( v. oi n. '91 )
TeUp&onu 343 f. . f W
cj7t vdt man
NO. 1044 O STREET
Proprh tor of
Llttlt- (lent Hot
117-121 North 13
Kofzffbeen through this you
know how seldom one find a collai
and a cravat that will go well to
gether. The main reaton for this u
that the collar is either just too big
or just too small.
do not bind either crarat or neck.
The original and best are
Cluett. 25 cents each
Arrow, 15c each. 2 for 25c
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.
JUfcors of Claettand Monarch Shirts.
Wlillo on Vnncoincr Island lant s.im
mor, Prolcssor Hessoy collected a large
quantity of brown Beaweeds, which he
is now lining for Illustration in one
one of hlfl advanced classes. He
estimates that this collection amounts
to about twenty gallons or material.
It Is preserved in formaldehyde.
J II Davidson, '04, who is now do
ing mechanical engineering work at
Molino, 111., will return November 1st
to take (barge of the fotge shop at
the state farm.
Word has been received from Mr
Donald C Ballard, who attended the
University last year. Mr. Ballard is
taking a course In architecture at Bos
I'. L. Brockway, a Senior In the en
gineering department this year, spent
the summer overseeing the construc
tion of a dam In the Blue river at Bea
trice T. II. Nalstead, a Sophomore In the
electrical engineering department, has
quit school. He will work for the
Automatic Telephone company.
I A. Cutchall, who will graduate In
February, has taken as the subject of
his thesis. "Tests on Cooper Hewitt's
Mercury Vapor Lamp."
Juniors who wish to make the class
footlnl team report Wednesday morn
ing to I.. Raber on the athletic field
at chapel time.
G H. Knowels. an old-time student
In the civil engineering department,
was on the campus yesterday
The students in the mechanical en
gineering department hae set up a
"planer" In the shops.
I OST Small silver watch, without
(haln or fob. Finder return to Ne
Miss Winifred Bortis of the (laps of
"fit, is teaching at Fairfield. Neb.
Chas Beardslee. '04. is cement in
spector for the Rock Island.
B. A Newton, '04. is surveying for
the Burlington In Wyoming.
William Standen. a tall athletic
young man of Harvard, has been ap
pointed by tire Bryn Maur College fac
ulty as official escort to the students
He will be on duty- from 5 p. m. until
midnight and will meet all incoming
trains and escort students to outgoing
trains, when necessary. He will be
duly armed "to keep the boys away,"
it Is said. Cornell Dally Sun.
The School of Music Cafe serves
a splendid meal at very moderate
prices. Join the university patrons In
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, oar and throat. 207-8 Richards
block. Phone 6G6.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chairs for ladles. 1018 O street.
Olee Club try out Thursday and
Saturday at 7 . m. In U 100.
Home Made Bread and Pastry.
The Home Cafe,. 214 So. 12th.
Get tho best Henderson & Ames'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
I emlng's Dairy for Ice Cream,
Milk and Confectionary.
Fleming. 1211 O St., is showing a
nice line of jewelry.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
I incoln Transfer Co.; baggage.
If you got It at Armstrong's, It'e
For Fr.rs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St
Chapin Bros.. Florlets. 127 So,. 13th.
Is The Only Line Landing:
you at the
Round trip rates from Omaha are as follows:
$8.50 sold daily except Friday and Saturday, good seven days.
$13.80 sold daily, good fifteen days.
The Wabas.i is the only line that lands passengers at the main
entrance of the World's Fair Grounds. Also the only line that can
(heck 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 route you over the
Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful
World's Fair folder and all Information call nt 1601 Farnum St., or
HARRY E. MOORES,
G. A. P. D. Wabash Ry, Omaha, Neb.
JACOB NORTH AND COMPANY
111B-1122 M Strttmt
Printers and Bookbinders
A list of University Class Publications printed by us
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Law Annual, 1898-1904-
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