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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1905)
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Glee Club rehearsal
sharp, Memorial Hall.
Arrow Ami kon
MUST be Quarter bisse
Collars, that is they must
be precisely rijfht and made
of stuff which will iiotahriiik.
The Cluctt and Arrow Col
lars are rightly made of
Cluctt, 25 cents
Arrow, IS cents
each or 3 for 25 cents
Mnkcrs of Cluctt and Monarch Shirts
E. P. Tyaer, '04, now with American
National Bank, Kansas City, was a
campus visitor Saturday.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
MIbs Convln, state secretary of
Y. W. C. A.,
some of the
addressed the afternoon
Sunday. She spoke of
hindrances In living n
and of some of the ways
Waffles and Fino
JJ7-I2J North 13
Charles B. Gregory
VZht Coal man
, . and 329
NO. 104 O STREET
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Invention la prooauiy
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& Co. recolre
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In which It may bo strengthened. The
necessity of complete self-surrender
was emphasized and the speaker show
ed how falling to give up some little
thing may take Christ out of a chris
tian Life. Miss I.ou Young and Miss
Andrews sang a duet. A short meet
ing for public testimony was held after
the regular service.
Last Saturday afternoon the fourth
flcor girls of the Dormitory enter
tained Miss Corv.in from 4:30 to 5:30.
Fruit and wafers were served and all
enjoyed a pleasant time.
A meeting of the Press Committee
will be held Wednesday in the Y. W.
C. A. rooms. The Devotional Commit
tee will meet Thursday from 5 to 6 In
the Y. W. rooms.
Miss Corwln will lead the noon meet
girls Tuesday at Chapel lime In U 100.
This Is a meeting of special import
ance to the ."girls of the Senior class
nnd every Senior girl Is urged to at
Miss Corwl nwlll lead the noon meet
ing oveiy day this week and will be
here until next Friday. All University
girls are urged to attend these meet
ings and meet Miss Corwln.
The last of the big meetings held
during Miss Corwln's visit will ooccur
Wednesday afternoon from 4" to r In
lr 100. This will be the last chance
for University girls to hear Mlb8 Cor
wln during her visit and they should
le nothing keep them from attending
The University Y. W. C. A.'s exhibit
for the World's Student Christian Fed
eiatlon was sent today. This exhibit
comprises samples of various lines of
the Y. W. work, pictures of the cabinet
and University buildings and clippings
from the Nebraskan concerning the
n.eetlngs of the Association and other
items of interest. The whole exhibit ts
carefully mounted and beautifully dec
orated in water colore. The credit for
tho woik on the exhibit should be gl
en to Miss Foxwell and Miss Erford.
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There are still on hand a few copies
0? the Student and Faculty Directory
one of which may be had by any stu
iU nt who will call for It In the Y. M.C.
A looms any time between 12:20 and
1.00 p. m.. There are also on hand
a few copies of the Handbook, one of
which can be had for the asking.
The coming of spring brings with it
the isire among students for some
sort of recreation to take their mind
on' of the dull monotony of study.
Roller skating furnishes an excellent
chance for this needed recreation and
nothing Is- more healthful or life giv
ing. Tho Auditorium rink will be open
foi a few weeks and students will con
tinue to flock toward its doors for an
afternoon or evening enjoymenlt.
Plenty of skates and plenty of room. If
you hae never tried, do so before It
Is too late. If you have tried you need
no urging for we know you will come
Artistic Pennants nt the Co-op.
Chanln Bros.. Florists, 127 So. 13th.
"Hunting Eagles" during vacation.
Pleasant and remunerative. See page
For Furs see Steele, 143 S. 12th St.
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