The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 05, 1906, Image 4

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SENIORS DOMUCH.
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Levy Assessments Select Pfh Plan'
for Second Informal Party.
Tho cln88 ot 100T wmlod thru any
amount of IniHlnoHB at Its meeting yoa
torday morning In U. 208. .Reports of
tho varlouH conimltteeH were glvon, an
UHBCBsmcnt of ?U wuh levied on evory
member of the cHihs for the Senior
play, a clasH pin was aelccted, and ii
committee wan appointed to work up a
second Informal "stunt" to take plade
before, the ChriutimiH holidays. ,
The cap . and gown committee re
ported that orders for caps and gowns
r would be sent in to the manufacturers
on Thursday of this week, and that
only a fow orders have bcotl turned
In as yet. The complete outfit costs
$7.50 nnd Is of bettor material and
"workmanship than over before.
Tho play commlttco advised a level
assessment of $2 on every Senior, for
which four tickets are to bo given to
; tho play. It was stated that tickets
will be distributed totho Seniors In
the order in which tho Assessments
are paid. Prompt action Avas advised
and tho assessment was levied. Any
' member of the play committee, con
sisting or Misses Agce, Erford, Lin
derman and Huso, 'and Messrs. Illg-
1 gins, Affolter, Gatzmoyer, Morgan and
Sundcrlin, will receive tho assessment,
or tho money may be turned In at
the ofhco of the Nobraskan either to
' Mr. Sunderlln or Mr. H. G. Myers.
The pin committee offered its choice
for a class pin and after some (lis-1
cussion Us report was acceptod. Tho
pin selected will cost $1.50, and is
both characteristic and unique. It
! consists of a dull gold "N" on which
the class numerals will bo" exhibited
In rellof. The numerals will boool-
J iahed.. Chairman E. A. Wolf states
that the committee Is ready to take
t orders Immediately.
1 Following tho report of the commit-
teoB, It was moved and carried that
a second Senior "stunt" should be
promulgated before the holidays. A
committee consisting of Messrs.
iSchrelber, Moss, and Green was an-
1 pointed to work It up. It is not known
, yet whether the "stunt" will follow
weather-beaten tracks or not, but It
is hoped that something essentially
democratic In Its nature may bo
evolved.
Lincoln Cycle Comp'y
Sells Out
The Lawlor Cycle Co, has bought the entire stock of Bicycles, Sundries
and Repairs of the Lincoln Cycle Co. and will begin a
Great Cut Price Sale
LdOK AT THESE PRICE8
$22.50 'Kew Bicycles $14.50
$25.00 Atlanta Bicycles $18.50
$25.00 Crescent Bicycles $18.50
$50.00 Eagle Bicycles. . , $25.00
$2.00 Single Tube TireB. .. .$1.25
M. & W. Double Tube Tires. .$2.50
All other Tires at loss than
wholesale cost.
50c Foot Pumps . 25c
50c Frame Pumps. .. . . . . -25c
Morgan & Wright inner tubes,"
seconds 49c
00c rpisc Records 30c
50c Disc Records.." 25c
H5c Disc Records 17c
All Bicycles, Sundries and Tires and Football Goods Included in this sale.
We carry, a full line of Athletic Goods, Guns, Ammunition, Phono
graphs and Records all admirably adapted for Christmas presents.
Lawlot? Cycle Co.
1324 O Street.
Ultra-Revision.
SPALDING'S OFFICIAL FOOTBALL
GUIDE
Containing the New Rules
with full page explanatory pictures. Edited by Walter Camp. Tho
largest Foot Ball Guide ever published. Full of foot ball information;
reviews; forecasts, schedules; captains; records; scores;, pictures of
ovor '1,000 playors.
PRICE 10 rCENTS.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, St. Louis, San . Francisco, Minneapolis, Denver,
Buffalo, Syracuse, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, Cin
cinnati, Baltimore, Kansas City, New Orleans, Montreal, Can., London,
Engy Hamburg, Germany. j
Snd your name and get a free copy of the new Spalding Fall and
Winter Sports Catalogue, containing pictures and prices of all the new
seasonable athletic goods.
"Did anybody say anything about
reformed spelling?" asks Sam Loyd
In tho December Woman's Companion,
and says further: "No, it Isn't my
wicked intent to stir up a row during
this season of good-will, but I must
take this occasion to say that for
economy of space we puzzlists havo'i
other spelling reformers worn to a
azzle witness tho following:
Y Y Y MAN.
There Is a farmer who is- Y Y
Enough to take his E E,
And study nature with his 1 1,
And think of What he C C.
Ho hearts tho chatter of tho J
As they each other T T,
And sees that when a tred DKK,
It makes a home for B B.
A yoke of ox'o'n ho will U U
With many haws and G G,
And their mistakes he wll- XQQ,
When plowing for his P P.'
Ho little buys, but' much ho sells,
And therefore little O O;
And when he lioes his soil by spoils
He also soils his hoes."
, To all of which we hear Chanselor
Androos muter: "I'll, bo damil."
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A Heart to Heart Talk With Beys
ELLIOTT
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TAILORS
1210 0 St.
Doyou want those swell
Basteriv University styles
in TaUorMade Suits and
Overcoats? We have
them frcrni
$20 to $40
And Thoy'ro Just Right.
LINDSEY'S PLACE
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KETAILKItS AND JOHBKKB OF '
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TAILORS
Main College
BUILDING
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Nobraskan staff .on "account of ill
health. '
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