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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1905)
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Ce Dp Hebraskan
A consolidation of
The Hcftporlan, Vol. 01, Tho NebrMknn, vol, 10
Scarlet and Cream, Vol. A.
Published dally, except Sunday and Monday,
at tho University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nob.
by tho Hesperian Publishing Co.,
BoAitD Or DmxcTons
Professors J. I. Wyer, and O. It. Richards:
H. P. Leavltt
John Wcstorer E. R. Walton.
Fred A. Bweeloy
A. G. Sehrolber
A. M Levy
Walter E. Standovcn
R. A. VanOrsdel
H. h. Swan
H. Q. Myors
A. F. MngdanE
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as Hocond-ohiM mall matter under tho act of
congress of March 0, 1879.
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The girls fortunate enough to re
ceive u share of Missouri's hospitality
innnot speak highly enough of the ex
mltnt treatment acocrded thorn. If
there is one position Nebraska graces
inore than that of guest it is that of
host. It is our tun next year.
Tho condolence expressed by the res
olution drawn up by the Freshman
Law class at the death of William L.
Anderson are expressive of the senti
ment of the whole University. Our
deepest sympathy goes out to the fam
ily of tho deceased, sympathy the more
sincere in that the loss is mutual.
Seen on a Lincoln street car Sun
day: "Baseball today University cam
pus. Game called at 3 p. ni.' ' What
food for the anti-University "howlers.
Sunday baseball at the State Univer
sity. Shocking If true. But the "if"
JiaxeS- us and cheats the howl
ers. Through some unfortunate
oversight thissign, applying to the
game scheduled lor Saturday was al
lowed to remain on the front of the
car and advertise the University in a
manner apt to cause unfavorable com
ment. No complaint regarding Sunday
baseball has yet been forthcoming from
the Llncolnltes residing In the imme
diate vicinity of the campus.
The Advisory Board of the Y. M. C.
A. met- in the Association rooms last
evening at seven o'clock. The resigna
tion of J. Dean Ringer, who has served
Bo general secretary of the association
for the past two years, when ho finishes
to take effect In June, when he finishes
his law course and leaves tho Univer
sity. A vote of appreciation was given
him for his services during the years
of his connection with the Association.
Among other matters of business
taken up was the securing of a man to
succeed him, and was referred to a
committee for investigation and fur
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result several men were left on bases.
The hatting on the part of the 'Varsity
showed plenty of room for Improve
ment. The score:
Lincoln 0 000 1102 2 G
Nebraska 3Q.002003 8
The lineup of the teams In yester
day's gnmo was as follows:
Pitchers Dort, Morse, Boowman,
Catchers Barta, Hyde, Carroll.
FlrBt base Schmidt, Barta.
Second Base R1no.
Third base Gaddis.
Short stop Reddick, Schmidt.
Center field Cook.
Left field Fenlon.
First base Mickel.
Second base, Hammel.
,. Third base Smith.
Short stop Sharpnack.
Right field Wobb.
Center field Mcers.
Left field Emerson.
Team Goes to Omaha.
The 'Varsity basketball team -left
yesterday afternoon to play the Omaha
Y M. C. A. team In Omaha. Tho Oma
ha team will play a return game in
Lincoln on next Friday night, March
31. The 'Varsity seems to be In very
good form and stands a good chance of
winning this last event. They de
feated the city Y. M. C. A. last Sat
urday evening by a score of 57 to 22.
The line up for last evening's game
was as follows:
Hagonsick if G. Wlllard
Krake If Joy Clarke
Moser c Hansen
Burruss lg A. Anderson
Bell rg C. Wlllard
Captain Hoar will be out of the game
on account of late illness.
An unusually strong program has
been arranged for the meeting of the
Medical Society to he held next Friday
exening in the Y. W. C. A. rooms. The
fallowing will be the program:
Vocal solo Mr. Bates.
Duet Miss Tucker, Mr. Henry.
Selection Miss Gibson.
Piano solo Miss Pool.
Vocal solo Mr. Clark.
Address Mr. Stoakes.
Sigma Alpha Wins.
The opening game of the inter-fraternity
baseball schedule beat the rain
storm in last Saturday morning and
pioved to be a victory for the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity by a score of
11 to 1.
A good crowd of Frat. men attended
and showed the spirit that wins. The
Delta U.'s and friends supported the
losing team admirably.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 11; Delta Up
Won. Lost. P. C.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1 0 1000
Delta Upsilon 0 1 0000
House roll 250, the salaries bill which
provides for an appropriation of three
hundred and fifty thousand dollars for
University salaries and -which passed
the House some time ago, was amend
ed by the Senate yesterday and sent
back to the House for the concurrence
of the House In the amendment. The
amendment, however, does not effect
the part of the bill relating to the ap
propriation for University salaries, so
that tho part of tho bill in which the
University is directly interested rer
malns intact after having passed
through deliberation of both houses of
the legislature. This would seem to
indicate that, at least as far as the
legislature is concerned, the Univer
sity is going to next year be much bet
ter supplied with money for salaries
than It has heretofore. This Is one of
tho greatest handicaps with which the
University officials have had to con
tend and has cost the institution some
of the strongest members of Its fac
ulty. Senate File 180, the Historical So
ciety hill, has been advanced to the
third reading in the Hcuise and will
come up to a vote sometime this week.
There are Many Imitatiotis of
Lookiiiu,Tifc.Mk Cocoa" or
Our handsomely illustrated recipe book
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Established 1780 Dorchester, Massachusetts
45 Highest Awards in Europe and America
BALLS AND BANQUETS
are not a complete suc
cess without programs and
raenues. Get them printed
GRIFFIN-QREER PRINTING COMP'Y
1136 O Street
Z3 This is the Store that
Always Has It
fl Riggs, Drug Cutter,
J U 1321 O STREET.
Easy Payments, Trading, Prompt Repairing
Lyman's, 231 so. 11th.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS
WHEN LEAVING THE CITY SELL
YOUR HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS TO
A. O. Van Andel
Tho Cash Buyer
13 SOUTH lOTn. Auto Phone 1581
This notice will not iippear nguin.
The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
S. H. Burnbam, Prea.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. Evans, Asst. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. It. Easterday, Auditor.
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misled by thenui
Our trade-mark is on every
of genuine goods.
Under the decisions of several
United States Courts, no
other chocolate or cocoa than
Walter Baker & Co.'s is en
be sold as "Baker's
Electric Shoe Repair Factory
1220 O STREET
Price list of our Electric Shoe Re
Sewed Soles 75c
Nailed Soles 50c-75c
Straighten Heels '. 25c
Ruhher Heels, 1st quality 40c
Pieces on Soles .13c
Goring . . .50c-7o:
Heel Lining 25c
Cuhan Heels 35c
Welt Sowed Half Soles 50c
Hand Turned Soles ,-.-r 85c
Nailed Shoes 40c-50c
Ruhher Heels 35c
Pieces on Soles 15c
Half Soles 40c
Half Soles 35c
Our wagon calls for and delivers
Also spring styles of Ladles' and
Gents' Shoes in tan andt)lack.
Woifanger, Warthon & Go.
Auto Phone 3902
E. E. MANN -
Carries a full line of
A.A. WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
And also Repairs Them.
117 North Eleventh
Don't fx dead one keep yourself looking neat.
the Weber Suitorium
Cleaning, Prcuing, Dying, Repairing and
Refitting o! Fine Clothei.
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