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BAKERY Mrs. Petry.
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BANKS Columbia National, Flrsf Na
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CAFE Sam Westorfleld, Don Cam
eron. CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson."
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
Conway, Erwin & Perkins.
CLEANERS AND DYERS J. C. Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
goe & Deemer, Ludwig.
COAL Gregory, Whitebroaat.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Poi
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DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
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DRVGGISTS Riggs, Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln BroB.
GROCERS O. J. King & Son.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, HalletL
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
PRINTING New Century, King &
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RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
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HOLD MASS MEETING.
Badgers Have "Jolly Up" for Debating
Team Before the Great Debate.
"Interest in the Nebraska-Wisconsin
debate Friday night is coming to a
climax. A mass meeting will be called
tomorrow night nt 7;30 o'clock at
Library Hall and prominent alumni,
professors and debaters will deliver
addresses. Efforts are now being
made to secure the University bond
and Gleo Clubs. Professor R. L. Ly
man will preside."
'Che above was'tnken from the Wis
consin Cardinal and shows how they
aro preparing for Nebraska. It has
been and is quite evident that Wiscon
sin is doing all within hojr power to
defeat Nebraska tonight. Theirteam
has been given dally foronslc fencing
by Mr. Michael B. Olbrlck, Prof. R. L.
Lyman and Grovor G. Huebner. Noth
ing has been left undone and if No
braska wins tonight she wins against
the strongest debaters Wisconsin has
ever had In the field.
DELTA TAU WINS FROM BETA.
Much Interest Shown in Inter-Frat
Baseball Large Crowd Out.
Delta Tnu Dolta won a close game
from their old rlvnls, Beta Thota PI
by a score .of 7 to 4. Much Interest
was taken In tho game yesterday, as
Delta Tau was the old champion and
Beta tho runner up. Tho game was
evenly played -and thoresult shows
tho comparative strength of-tho teams
about as it should be. "Fat" Stratton
llmplrod the game- Tho line-up was
Beta. Delta Tau.
Wyman c" Carroll
Bell, D p ......... .Jennings
Raber..... ss ..... ...Wilson, D.
Browne 1st McLaughlin
McCrao 2d Little
Clark 3d Denslow
Pratt If Learner
Bell, P cf Drain
Murphy rf Wilson
Cheered Debaters Up.
Madison, Wis., April 18 The Uni'
verslty of Wisconsin students held a
great mass meeting tonight to givo the
Madison debaters enthuslnsm for their
contest with the Nebraska debating
team on Friday night. Members of tho
faculty and several student orators
spoke in encouraging terms. -Nearly
2,000 were present.
Senior Prom. Lincoln Hotel.
Nebraska-Wisconsin dobatc. Madi
Competitive drill. Stato Farm.
Senior men meet. U. 10G at 11 a. m.
Ass'jclated Barbs nominate Athletic
Board ticket. Memorial Hall.
Senior party at Stato Farm.
B Company Hop. Fraternity Hall.
"Junior Doings." Stato Farm,
Theodore Thomas Orchestra Audi
torium. May 24.
College of Medicine Commencement.
Annual competitive drill.
Pan-Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
May 29-June 2.
Senior Play. Oliver Theater.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement.
Friday, April 20 Music.
Monday, April 23 Dr. H. B. Lowroy,
Wednesday, April 25 Prof. E. A.
Rosa, "Political Decay." An interpre
tation. Friday, April 27 Music.
Monday, April 30 Mr. Daniel Ford,
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