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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1906)
Sam Wester iicld
The Grand Prize Wheel first at 8t.
Louis over all competitors- the only
'wheel that puts the pull of the chain
between the bearings, making' the
wheel run easier and last longer.. See
the New 1906 RACYCLE8 before you
buy a wheel.
Baseball, Tennis Goods and Athletic
Goods of all-kinds.
LAWLOR CVCLE CO.
1324 O Street.
Successors to A. L. Glrard Cycle, Co.
WE MAKE EVERYTHING WE SELL
' Mot Lovet Saver Krml
High Grade Confections
Fine Bpx Candy Irora
30 to 75c per pound
The Olympia Candy Co
11310. Auto 3596
For first-class Tailoring
at low prioes, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Automatic Phone 3255.
Union Col lege Tailors
POST OFFICE M.DO.
TASTJ LIKE MOIUB
Rlgli, The Drue Cuttir
1321 O St."
114 It. 11
LiHts' Dining Rimi In Connectloi
. OVBN A. M. TO 1 A. M.
We have always been known as the
We want yeur business.
YUX.B BXIOS. HAND LAUNDRY
S4 O Street.
,. Auto 3754, BH874
ft H T-.'T!
ANNUAL ELECTION OF SCIENTIFIC
80CIETY HELD SATURDAYS
Students and Faculty Members Elected
At tho-annml meeting of the Slgmn
XI Inst Snturdny oovnlng tho Jollow
Ing studentB and faculty memberH
were honorod with election:
Prom tho faculty Dr. A. E. Gunthor,
pharamocolgy; Dr. F. D. Hcnld, bot
any; Prof. P. G. Miller, botany; Dr.
L. B. PllBbury, bacteriology and pa
thology; Prof. R. J. Shaw, chemistry.
From the graduates M. C. Hall,
zoology; W. D. Harris, physics; Wnl
ter. Henld, physics; W. F. Holmnn,
physics; L. D. Swingle, zoology; A.
Q. Tool, physlcB; Elda R. Walker,
From the senior class Thomas
Davis, mechanical engineering; War
ren F. Day, civil engineering; F. E.
Denny, horticulture; W. G. Hamilton,
electrical engineering; J. L. Hershoy,
civil engineering; H. L. Holllngs
worth, psychology;-. C. J. Humphrey,
forestry; C. A. Johnson, electrical en
gineering; fE. G. Montgomery, agricul
ture and botany; C. Rubendall, zool
ogy; R. ShcoonoverT electrical en
gineering; G. S. Wilson, mochanlcal
H. L. Holllngsworth and Earl Pen
ny were also elected to Phi Beta Kap
pa honors last April.
Bright and early Saturday morning
the Engineers began to gather on the
Athletic field, some In local ball at
tire and others prepared for battle.
But tho latter force was not neoded,
for it was strictly a game of ball from
start to flnishr-and tho umplro protect
ed himself by his wise judgmont whon
he saw what he was up against..
It was prSJIjjly tho most Intense
game played on the campus and what
was-Intended to bo morely a try-out
by "Lord Ducky' tho munagor, de
veloped Into a real game nndavory
man wob given a chance to show him
self. Score; Civics 8, Electrics 6.
There 1b a movement on foot at tho
present time to reorganize the Ne
braska Iritorscholnstlc Debating
League. Heretofore there has been
but eight high schools allowed to en
ter tho Interscholastlc debate held in
Lincolncach year. This has caused
more or less dissatisfaction among the
schools who wore refused admittance.
But more than that could not debate
at onS time. Af the last meeting It
was seen that a change wub heces
sary. Consequently a committee was op
pointed to look into the matter. Tho
committee consists of Chancellor- E.
B. Andrews, State Superintendent
O'Brien and Professor M. Mr Fogg.
Professor Fogg suggested tho follow
ing, which Beene(T very feasible:' It
was to divide the state Into six divi
sions and selecting the winner In
each 'llvlalon. Then these winners
should gather In Lincoln to decide the
state championship in Interscholastlc
debate. This would systematize tho
work and lnorease InteresL
Rhetoric 2 Examination.
Tho final examination In Rhetoric 2
will bo held on. Monday,-Juno 1, from
f8 to 10 o'clock. For the rooms In
whloh the sjvoral divisions will meet
see tho bulletin board.
Department of Rhetoric.
Union Shlnbg Parlor Shine, live
cents; chairs for ladles. 1018 O St,
Cliapln Bros., Florists; '127 So. 13th.
Printing 3eorge Bros
13th ic n:
: Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards BJk
The Lincoln Local Express, 1343 O St
Typewriting, J. W Brewster, Rich
Chas. Bohror, '074 is now in Fort
Worth, Tex. .
Miss Laura Lang try is visiting her
Delta Gamma Bisters this week.
Delta U. entertained informally
at tho house -Saturday evening.
Ray Fowler, '08, of DoWltt, Neb.,
has received an appointment to .West
The Y. M. and Y. W. Union cabinet
had a picnic at Epworth Park Monday
Miss Constance . Sarbach, a Kappa
Kappa Gamma of tho University, was
married Sunday evening, May 27, to
Mr. Wessehof Fremont, Neb.
Battallo&v 4 P. M
Tho Battalion 'will assemblo in. the
Armory at 4 p. m. ready to leave for
camp, JNO. G. WORK1ZER,
Captain Second Infantry.
On Memorial' day, May 30, 190G, all
departments of the, postofflce, includ
ing Btations A, B and C. will be open
until 10 a. m. Postofllce and stations
will then close for the day. City car
riers will make the morning delivery
over their entire routeB.
1129 0 Street
BEST LINE TO
Homeseekers Excurajon to tho South
oi Juno 5 and 19.. fc
Trains leave Lincoln at 0:15 a. m
And 10:15 p. m. with through Pullman
sleeper every night to Kansas City.
City ticket ofljco Bouthwest corner
12th and P streets. , Depot' 0th and S.
117-121 N. 13th
Little Gem HorWatHc? .
"Sam's Cozy Corners"
Drug & Book Co.
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Drawing Paper, Tracing:
Cloth, Cr6ss Section and
Profile papers, and other
Pens. . :
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