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THE DAkLY NEBRASKAN.
I BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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BARBER SHOPS Arlsto Green's
Palace, Mogul, Richards.
BAKERY Mrs. Petry.
BOOKS-STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Unl. Book Store,
Brown Drug Co., Harry Porter.
BOOK HOSPITALr Gillespie
BANKS Columbia National, Flrsf Na
tional. BOWLING ALLEY Crescent
CAFE Sam Westorfleld. Don Cam
eron. CARPENTER Geo. A. Wilson.
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
' Palne's Fountain.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geo. M.
Conway, Erwln & Perkins.
CLEANERS AND DYERS J. C. Wood
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deemer, Ludwlg.
COAL Gregory, Whltcbroast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Pol
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR AND
THROAT Dr. Erie B. Woodward.
DRY GOODS Miller & -Paine, Herpol
shelmer, Rndga & Guenzel.
DRGGISTS Rlggs, Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.
GROCERS O. J. King & 8on.
HABERDASHERY $2.60 Hat Store.
ICE CREAM AND ICES Franklin Ice
JEWELER Tucker, Hallett.
LAUNDRIES Yule Bros,
NOVELTY MACHINIST Thorp.
OCULISTS Dr. Davis.
PRINTING New Century, King &
Jessup, Greer Cooper Co., George
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafo.
ROLLER SKATING Auditorium
SHOES Sanderson, Rogers ft Per
kins. SHINING PARLOR Union Shining
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cycle
TAILORS Unland, Union College
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
writer Co. N N
TYPEWRITING J. W. Brewter.
SPECIALISTS Dr. Erie B. Wood
ward. WAITERS' BUREAU Grant.
What's a dance without Tommy7
Thos. W. Colema, better known as
Tommy," at Mllltr A Palne's.
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DR. II. A. SHANNON, 1136 O. Auto,
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Dr. E. M. Cramb, A. B., U. of N. '99.
R. C. HUBERT, ladles' and gents' tail
oring and pressing. 117 No. 12th. Auto,
JEWELER Deloss Smith, watch
maker and jeweler, 13ox So. 12th St.
Low rates to students.
LOST Fifteen dollars on campus.
Finder return to Nebraskan ofTlco and
Football First Played In China.
" Football was playd In China several
centuries before Julius Caesar-landed
in Great Britain. Tho Invention of
the game has been ascribed to tho
mythical yellow emperor of tho third
mlllenlum B .C. So writes H.A. Gllles,
professor of Chinese at Cambridge, In
the Nineteenth Century. v
.According to an ancient Chinese rec
ord, tho Emperor's Ch' eng LI, B. C.
32-G, was very fond of football, but his
officers represented to him that tho
game was both physically exhausting
and also unsuitable to the imperial
dignity. His majesty, however, re
fused to stop playing and so his coun
sellors appeared to tho empress. She
suggested tlddle-do-wlnks for tho em
Following Is a Chinaman's account
of an actual game: "A goal was set
up of over thirty feet In height, adorn
ed with gaily colored silks and hav
ing an opening of over a foot In diame
ter. Tho object of each sldo appears
to have been to kick tho ball through
tho opening, the players taking turns
to kick, and points being scored accord
ingly. Tho winners wore rewarded
with flowers, fruit, wine and even sil
ver bowls and brocades. Tho captain
of tho losing side was flogged and suf
fered other indignities. -
Polo was also played by the Chinese
at this tlmo and was very popular. A
maker" of -polo-clubs, as duly record edJ
In UklBooIc TfTMarvels, was taken up
into 'heaven in broad daylight. Ex
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Competitive drill. StntO Farm.
Senior men meet. U. 10G at 11 a. m.
ClnBS dinner. Sonlor Class of State
Agricultural College Llndell Hotol.
Associated Barbs nomlnato Athlotlc
Board ticket. Memorial Hall.
School of Agriculture Commence
ment. April 28.
"An Evening of Proposals." Tho
Dramatic Club will present a trio of
plays In Memorial Hall.
Senior party at State Farm.
B Company Hop. Fraternity Hall.
"Junior Doings." State Farm. In
High School Fete Day.
2 p. m. Intorscholastlc
contest, 8 p. m.
Thomas Orchestra Audi
torium. May 24.
College of Medicine Commencement.
Annual competitive drill.
Pan-Hellenic HopX Audltoriut
May 29-June 2
Senior Play. Oliver Theatre.
Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement,
Wednesday. April 25 Prof. E. A.
Ross, "Political Decay." An Interpre
Friday, AprlU27 Music.
Monday, AprlP30 Mr. Daniel Ford,
Minnesota has w!thdrawnNfrom tho
Central Debating League, for financial
reasons, and that organization has
In Its place Michigan, Chicago and
Northwestern have formed a triangu
lar league, and Minnesota is now sot
ting about to form a 'now debating
league to embaco tho universities of
Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois,
Mlpnesota has continually run be
hind in her finances under tho old
league, -and her change will be -welcomed
by those interested in debating.
I, also promises to arouso-a new in
terest in debate and oratory which has
been noticeablxjacklng at -Minnesota
during tho last few years. Minnesota
Dally. - v .
Tho fraternity men of Idaho have
formed a Pan-Hellenic Association.
,Thoy recently held their second annual
banquet at Boise In tho Idanha h.otol.
Three old Nebraska students aro mom
bers and were in attendance at the
banquet. They are Herbert Wing, Col.
L. V. Patch and Dean Driscoll.
Vera Upton, formerly of the School
of MubIc, but 'at present studying In
the East, has, according to press dis
patches, taken the students of Cornell
by storm. She is said to have been
one of the best singers ever heard at
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