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Gbe 3ED a i I g 1FUbra0,ftan
Cor rofreahmonts and light catering"
work soo "TOMMY" at Mlllor &
in a hurry
And t New York ptlcu, tlngly ,
or by tho doien. may be obttlnetf
ucnd-fnnd or tirtu, by ny boy or
Kin in nc remoieii namiei, or any i
icacner or ouicui any wnef e, ana
Brand new. comnlete- alnhibtiical
fuwuHtrtt iryou mention tnia ad.
BIHDS fc nOBLE .
31-33-33 Vf; ICth St., Now York fciry.
136 North Elivinth
Itll 348. Auto 3881
is the time to get a gun and go
hunting. We have Just what
you need. This Is the place to
get your Photographs, Bl.cycles;
also-a complete line of Football
Goods, Boxing Gloves and
Punching Bags, Cameras .and
Lincoln Cycle Co.
1317 O St. '
H." E. Sidles' Old Stand 8
llrina, 1 nave concmueu tpat tno L.otor
piano is- th6 mpst satisfactory "Instru-
rae 'UpfVo used In my school. I find
ttfte(y6ars of continuous uso that tho
tonb' ''retains its original quality and
sjveetiioss, tho action is unimpaired
a'nU' tliQ durability, as evidenced by
.thccijacity'ot tho plan0 to stay ,in
rtune,"' Is mafvolous. I havo decided,
'tucfrofore, to placo with you my or,der
'for twenty upVlghts and. two grands,
'for' delivery by September Gth. t
' i Professor Stuff lectured last Thurs-
Tho Lostor Piano Qau Philadelphia, (,iny in Education 7 on -"MothodB of
Pa.: . .'Teaching English Lltoraturo in H'lgh
Gentlemen After an experience of J Schools." Yesterday Professor Fogg
moro than a quarter of a century with j lectured In the same class on ''Meth
various makes of pianos, Including , 0(iH. 0f Teaching Rhetoric."
'icarly--att-tho80 made by Philadelphia' . j.
. t, GIL2fR55?IB? ion a series of fruit tree spras-lng ex
rilrectqr Broad Street Consel-vatory ' "A
"'i of Music ' ' '"". perljnents In that section of the state.
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Sold 'Uy Furguson &. Ugjo, lzw -u at.
Cy Mason came up from Omnlui Sat
urday to witneas tho Nebraska-Ames
If you aro too late for class you can
atop In aud have Harris clean your
rings and pins.
Miss Hattio Benedict was called to
Omaha yesterday by tho sickness of
Tho Ivy Press is now locatodat 212
South Twelfth street. "University work
Miss Edna Mantor has just returned
from tho hospital after an operation
Green's barber shops excel all
others in tho west. Entirely modern
and tho best work assured.
Lost In Memorial' Hall "Thursday
morning; a Itlfotorlc note book. Find
er return to Registrar's office.
There's one place in a thousand
where you can find tho real Rookwood
pottery. Como into Harris' and see it.
Miss Lillian Chambers, who has
been 111 for over a week with appendi
citis, is now considered nearly out of
George Hedges, of tho Engineering
Department, has just returned from a
trip .to Washburn Colloge, Kansas, to
oxamine their teloscope.
Left Guard Chaloupka of tho Var
sity is again in good condition. For
a whiles Saturday it. was thought that
his Jaw was fractured.
Tho membership committee of the
Y W. C. A. Js making a canvass of
tlioJnl. girls. It Is hoped to raiso tho
present membership of about MO glrlB
There Is only one thing that Ne
braska wishes moro than to defeat
Chicago and that is to soo Amos "nut
it over" the Gophors next Saturday af
ternoon. Dr. , Edwin Maxey, oL the College of
Law, has recently written a work on
"Triumphs of American Diplomacy."
The publisher 1b Brentano of New
S. W. Boyor, professor or Mining
Engineering at the Iowa State College
of Ames, and chairman of the Athletic
Board, was an enthusiastic router for
his team last Saturday. ,
The Phyulcs Department has
Colved a new Dolazalek electronome-
tor. ,ThIs instrument is essential for
the work of the department, and its
arrival will facilitate laboratory 'study
In connection with that line of work.
Val Keysor, '05, visited the Univer
sity last week. Mr. Keysor has charge
of tho agricultural institute- of South
ern- Nebraska jind has been carrying
tie reports very graiuying resuns
-C. J. Vnrnor, '99, waB
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