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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1906)
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The Grand Prize-Wheel first at 8fc
Louis over all competitors the only
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Baseball, Tennis Goods and Athletic
Gbbds.of a,ir kinds. r ' "
'tAWLOR CVCLE Cfc
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8&ccessors to A. L. Glrard Cycle Co.
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fcR. JOHN J." DAVIS
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12th AND O
THE UHlVfRSITY OF CHICAGO
TbjJInlrtrtUy ytu li divided Into four Quirten, "Water,
Sprite, Summer, and Autumn. Admluloa U Rrtnted at the
opening of etch, on Jnury d, April ad, 'Juno ih, and
GraduateJntUuctton U offeree In the Graduate School of
u uieraiurea ana in tue Ojaen (Craduatel School of
Profeuional InatructlonJ offered In the Divinity School,
JheUw School, Ruh Medical College (aflillated), and the
School of Education.
Summer Quarter 1906. June iS-September 1. riritTermi
June 16-Julyaoj Second TermJuly rAuut3. KeisliUa.
Mon l permitted for the entire quarter or for 'either terra.
FuU and regular credit I bW" for work done. Special
couraes ara offered for teachert.
For Information addttji
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
CHICAQO - . ILLINOIS
R. H. GILLESPIE
1524 B Stair ;"s UicoU, IWr..
$ . r ,0
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Medics Defeat Wesley an.'
Tho University of Nebraska Medics
defeated Wesleya'n . in 'a hot game of
liaaoball yeatordayiat UriiveraltyPlacb.
A good crowd had gathered to seo
Wosloyan get oven with the Medics "for
thoir recent defeat. While the doctors
could not run up a score of 13 this
trip, yet' 5-4 looks good enough. Hum-
pus, tho Medic third baseman, was
.tho star of the contest, as he bitted
out two home runs, and the last one
I.camo In tho ninth inning, winning
tho game. Mulllken, who pitched for
'tho varalty In the last Kansas game,
was. tho curve dispenser for tho
Medics yesterday, and Reynolds offlci
atod bohind the bat. Qreensllp, and
Trumbull acted In Bimllar capacity for
Wesloyan. Umpire iSulllvan.
! Academy Notes.
Tho annual reception to Academy
students will take place tomorrow
ovonlng at tho homo of Prof, and Mrs.
Hodgman, 142Q L street. Tho students
will give a play entitled, "The Ven
eered Savage." Tho cast of characters
Is as follows:
Lou Dayton A Chicago belle
Madge Dayton Her younger sister
Dick Majendio Cousin to sisters
iTho Duchqss of Dlddlesex
Her daughter a silent young person
Lord Algernon Pornryhn. ,
Her son, still more silent
It is hoped that every Academy stu
dent will bo present. Those who have
the reception In charge have spared
J ho efforts to make this a most enjoy
Camp Andrews, Beatrice, Neb.,
.No. i. . X
1. This caml)x8hall be known ofv
flclally as Camp Andrews.
2. The following schedule of calls
5:40 a. m. First call.
5:50 a. m. Reveille. X
0:00 a. m. Assembly.
6:05 a. m. Fatigue call.
6i20 a. m. Mess call.
6:50 a. m. Sick call.
V:15 a.m. First call for drill.
7:25 a. m. Assembly.
8:10 a. m. Recall.
9:00 a. m. Drill cull.
9:10 a. m. Assembly.
10:10 a. m. Recall.
10:45 a. m. Guard mounting, first
10:55 an. Assembly.
Officers call: ,
UMBjuW-Firet sergeants' caTT
12:00 rh. Mess call.
4:00 p. m. Bnnd jionoprt.
4i45 p. m. Fatigue cajl.
5:00 p. m. Dress parade, flrsfcall.
. 5:10 p, m. Assembly.
Immediately after parade Retreat.
6: DO p. m. Mess call.
9:30 p. m. Tattoo.
10:45 p. m. Call to quarters.
11:00 p. m. Taps.
3. No cadet will leave camp, except
between the hours of 12 m. and 4:45
p. m., and 6:00 p. m. and 10:45 p. m.',
without a pass. All cadets leaving
camp will report their, departure and
return, to tho amanuensis 'of the
By order of Captain Woclzor. :
M. E. CORNELIU,
First Lieut, and Batt. Adjutant.
Forbes Stables, livery, cab and bag.
gage, ,1125 P St. Bell 560. Auto 1GB0.
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Tho Lincoln Local Express, 1343.0 St
Chnpin Bros'.,' Florists. 127 So. 13th.
TyDOwritinK. J. W. Brewster. Rich
Union, Shining Parlor Shine, five
cents; chairs for ladies. 1018 O St.
Don Cameron's new lunch counter;
quick service. 119 So. 12th St
A new lino 'of those-'soft collars at
Urtltfnds. Cool arid comfortable and
Just the thing. ,
Don't buy a straw hat till ypu see
Meta Schaper,- '04 has- been re-elected
principal of tho Fullerton schools.
"Toe" Cotton was
visitor this week.
Miss Pearl Stevenson was a campus
visitor yesterday on her way from
school work at, Aurora.
Dr. F. B, Way, president of the Wa
hoo school board, visited the Univer
Miss Nellie B. Clark, '06, will teach
in the intermediate grados at Ashland.
Mrs. Barkloy will entertain the 'ex
ecutive committee of the University
Girls' Club at a luncheon Saturday.
L. J. Pepperburg of the Geological
department leaves for Omaim this af
ternoon in the Interests of the depart
ment. Vacation Money.
We have a proposition which will
Interest you and your college friends
looking for profitable summer work,
part or all of your time. We have
a patented article used I nevory home,
.a fine seller, which has books, maps,
desks, etc., beaten a block. It comes
as near being a self-seller as any arti
cle m.ade We 'want you to act aB gen
eral manager and will pay you well,
also allow you liberal commission on
every sale of yourjmb-agents. This is
tho time to begin laying out your
plan of operation and interesting sub
agents. Write now for full particulars
and choice of torrltoryT Pease Manu
facturing Co., 519 Main St., Cincinnati,
BEST LINE TO
Homeseekers Excursion to the South
ol June 5 and 19.
Trains leave Lincoln at 9:15 a. m
and 10:15 p. m. with through Pullman
sleeper every night to Kansas City.
City ticket offlco southwest corner
12th and P streets. Depot 9th and S.
Wt have always been known ai I he .
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