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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1904)
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A, G. Spalding & Bros.
Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Offlolal Athlotio Supplies.
Tho foot ball sup
.fJ4kJfcBmrk mo BnoB. ara
the nest that oan
absolutely bo pro
duced ; thoy are of
thoy have stood
tho teat for over
IwentT-tlffht years, and aro used by nil Inter
ealUgfate, intcrsoholaatio and prominent foot
ball teams of tho oountrr. No oxpenio is spared
Irk making tho good bearing tho Bpaldlns;
Trade-Mark an near porfeot m It 1b possible to
Sroduoe a manufactured artlo'a and If It bean
if mark, of perfection It is tho boat.
SPALDING'S OFFICIAL FOOT BALL
tub's. Edited by? Walter Camp. Contain
la NEW RULES FOR 1604. Spoolal artlolea
os the sarns. It lfr, in fact, n- oomplato en
oycloediaof thognme, Prloe 10 centi .
ftPALDINO'S HOW TO PLAT FOOT BALL.
gkUted by Walter Gamp . Newly revised for 1004.
Undoubtedly tho bent oook over pnbltahod on
ea the game, for it contain all a beginner
a&ralaknow, and many luteronting faota for
tkaj ttperienoed player . Price 10 oenta.
"Ifi! pertains to athletics, we make It."
eiphia San Frnnclico
eapelle Montreal, Can.
Bend for a oopr of Spalding's Fall and
Winter Sporta Catalogue. It's free.
Dr. J. J. Davis
SfecUcles and Eyeglasies Filled to Relieve
Headaches and Eye' Strain.
1312 O Street Auto fliont 302 I , Reildence 28 1 S
T. J. THORPE CO.
All Kindt of Re pair
Locksmiths and Platers
3oo So. Nth LINCOLN
Charles B. 6ngorp
' . tn.'ti)
:uafe Coal man
NO. 1044 O STREET
Llttli (loin Hot
WauVs nnd Pine
I 17-121 North 13
MUST be Quarter Star
Collars, tliuUs they must
lie. precisely riht and made
of stuff which will not shrink.
The Cluett and Arrow Col
lars are rightly made of
Cluett, 25 cents
Arrow, 15 cents
each Mv for '25 cents
CluetUPcabodv & Co.
Mnkcrsof Cluett and Monarch Shirts
nllW I 1 i
Today. Organization Girl's ootlng
squad at chapel
Junlor-Aradomy football game Tho
( a in pus, 1 :'M) p. m.
School of Mush recital. Memoiinl
hall. 8 p m.
Meeting Bird club. M A 301 Illus
Nov 4 Convocation, mimic,
II. N. Medical society social
Nov 4. Footuall rally and college
Nov r Nebraskn-lowa football
Nov. 6. Memorial exercises for ex-
Ilegont ChaH. H Oere, Memorial hall,
Nov. 8 Meeting Interclass Athletic
board, Y. M C. A. rooms 11 a m.
Nov. 12. Nobraska-Haskell football,
N. J. Rlliot "04 Ih now attending
The second recital of the semester
was given In elocution yesterday
morning. . ,
J "R. Richards, a junior in the me
chanical engineering department last
ear. was on the campuB today.
C O. Hrubesky.a sophomore In the
civil engineering department last year
Is working in his father's store at
C. V. Dvorak, a student in the elec
trical onglnerlng department last
your is now taking electrical work at
the Chicago university.
I Mr P C Hnrlinut wlin Vina lnnn
islting his son. Prof. E. . . Barbour,
for ti.e i.nst month, returne. to Ohio
Miss Carrie Barbour, who assisted In
installing the Nebraska educational
and Mining exhibits at the worm s fair,
left for St I ouls Tuesday.
Ralph H Searles, who has been
working for tho government at the
Not tli Platte experiment station, will
return for work at the university,
S. R. Cook, formerly a Fellow in tho
University, and until recently Instruc
tor In physics in the Case school of
science, has gone to Cornell for a
year's graduate work.
Tho Bird Club meets In room 301.
mechanic arts today. There will, be
a talk by Prof. Wolcott upon "Bird
life in Cherry county." The lecture
will be illustrated by special lantern
The department of zoology has just
iecelved a number of now demonstra
tion preparations. These models wore
purchased by Dr Ward while e was
attending the International Zoological
Congress In Switzerland, and are of
considerable value In the demonstra
tion work of tun department.
Ralph Stockton, a former student In
the physics department, and now gen
eral salesman for the Western Elec
trical Co.. of Chicago, spent a" few
days In tho city last week. While her.e
he secured for his company orders for
a considerable portion of the supplies
for the new city lighting plant
President Glbbs of the Englnorlng
society has appointed the following
Membership: Chairman, R. E.
Towne, D. L. Mills. Sam'l Friedman.
Program:' Chairman, 1. W. Tumor,
Burt Bay, II. P. Warren.
Finance: Treasurer, J. W. Miller,
L. A. Sheldon, P. I,. Brockway, L. A.
Lincoln Transfer Co.; baggage.
If you got it at Armstrong's, it's
Dr. A. R. Mitchell has moved to 145
So. 11th street.
Lunches and meals that appeal to
you. Good Health Cafe.
Dr. T.onhoff, '07, lias moved to 145
ajmBjfBSWTI It JP"
. Take the World's Fair Special leaving
Lincoln daily at 4:30 p, m. when you go
Only $925 round trip, good seven days
World's Fair Maps Etc at city office,
Q S W Corner 12th
F We CORNELL, P. T A
the merits and advantages offered by the various
railway lines before purchasing tickets. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
has electric-lighted trains, solid vestibuled,
steam heated, equipped with every modern
safety device, heavy steel first-class road-bed and
many other advantages. Write to
F. A, NASH. General Western Agent, 1524 Farnam Street,
The University of Kansas was greatly
arouted last week by tho action of the
police at tho time of their football vic
tory celebration. The evening after tho
game with Colorado was celebrated
with harmless fireworks and during
the celebration four stifdents-were ar
rested in reference to the affair. The
Kansan says, "the action of the police
Saturday night was unjust and entirely
u ncal I led for. Tho students were
wanted because they would not light,
but would, as they repeatedly have
done, pay their tines like gentlemen,
entirely out of the clasB of vne
mouthed and bloody eyed human be
ings wearing old blue uniforms."
The Saturday-sales at the Two Fifty
Hat storejirc eye openers for students.
It Is always. New, snappy goods on
eale, and alwaysat nearly half price.
Something is on every Saturday.
Don Cameron, lunch countr, 114
So 11th st. New table service 119 So.
Special attention to walch a.id jew
elry repairing. E. Fleming, 1211 O
See Fleming, 1211 O Btreet, about
your jewelry; special attention to re
pairing. Get tho best Henderson & Ames'
uniforms, at Armstrongs.
Loming's Dairy for Ico Cream,
Milk and Confectionary.
Armstrong Clothing Company, prac
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N street.
The best line to the great
and O streets.
XWt fc a deed one keep youreelf looklaa; neat.
the Weber Suitorium
Cfaanlor. Preutnr. Dyn, Repair In and
Rc-fitttnx of Pine Oothu.
iH 78 Aatosaatlc l7
CARRIES MAGAZINES AND PIPES
Crp Elmtsep's WMur
OP SMOKING TOBACCO
US North JJlb St. LINCOLN, NEB
THERE IS NO
Watch, ClocK or Article ol Jcnclry
B CANNOT REPAIR
O. A. Tuokor, Juul4r
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The Ideal ""Ssr"
Olf-an, T4acco and
Drtnk oiuidias ami ruui
TEN NEW TABLES
1028 O Street LINCOLN, NEB.
Gril fin-Greer Printing
Company me o street'
Wedding Invitations, Ball Prorrarns,
and all klrch of Commercial PrfntfrvW. I
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