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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1907)
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The GRAND CENTRAL
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Representatives ,of, the University Y.
M. C. A.. Return from Convention.
r .The, University delegates to tho
State Y. M. 0. A. convention, held at
Columbus, returned yesterday morn
ing And report a splendid session. J. L.
Der Klnderen was tho only member
Who appeared on tho program, as Ar
thur Jorconson. who wnB to talk on
."Missions," was unable to attomh H".
W. White acted ns one or tho secre
taries of the meeting and took 'the
minutes that will ho used in tho State
Committee report. .Tho policy of the
Slate Committee for tho next Jlvo
yuars was presented1 by Hugh Wallace
of Omdhn, a formdr University stu
dent. . t ' ' .
Tho twolvo Un.versiti' me.i who at
tended wore: J L. Dor Kinderen, K.
W. White, J. It. Green, R, L. Lincoln,
Robert Ashhy, W. Clino, R. L. Nelson,
C. M. Hock, .Tames Ayors, VV. O. Haiti
gan, O. P. Rist, J. 0. Coupland.
All the men declare ihelr three days
at 'ho conuntion well spoilt
So, Kloyeath St.-
4;0HiA SUNDAY AFTERNOON
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AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus anp
For Good Prompt
LIVERY SERVICE '
BIG 8EM. BOT. DOINGS.
Large Number of Candidates to be Ini
tiated Next Wednesday.
The Botany Seminary will hold a
meeting Wednesday ovoning for the
olectlon 'of mow members nnd the Ini
tiation of old members into higher de
grees. Candidates for the Concllda
tus are: L.-.L. Stahl, V. V. Westgate,
Will Phonduan, M. R. Gilmore, E.
Hopt, Iva Beck, L. R. Srvlngle, E. G.
Montgomery, Anna M. Lute, Alvn.i
Keyser. Thoso trying for tho dogree
of novltntions are: H. M. Biirr, Vorri
Darling, Ethel Field, Margarot Han
nah, Ruth Marshall, Guy A. Pearson,
N. F. Peterson, Arthur Sampson, Nellie
Stevenson. Candidates for Ordlnarlus
are: J. S. Cutler, F. ID. Denny, R. J.
Paul, Ella Walker. Examinations foi
the degrees were hold yesterday.
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ALWAYS PAS8 1ECAU8E THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARk
AND NEVER. FALL. 1ELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
A Recognized 0n'lversally as- Bes for Athlete.
BEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN .CENTS PBR COPY i
No.288.n43roup XVIMuscle Buildingr1 By Dr!'L. H. Gullck; Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Schools ,
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. By M. C. Murphy,, the well
known Athletic Trainer, aow with Univ. of Penn.
No. 240. Group XII AthleUc Training for Schbolboys. By Geo.' W.
Orton of the Univ. of Pennand a famous1 athlete himself.
A copy of pur complete catalogue of athletic godds-wlll'De "mailed upon
request. . , . , . .
MAIL ORDER DEPT. . .
A. G. SPALDING & BROS. .
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK. tj? Wabashye.CHlCAQO.
OLD GUNS REMOVED.
1210 O Str.
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DOIjI'T feE A CHUMP J
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If you want to go put in society
dress right. "We make clothes
to. fit you. Not made for a ilum-,
my and altered to fit you-. Djress
Suits or TuxedO Suits to order
.$30.00 up. .Suits and Overcoats
to order S20.0Q up;
Latest Eastern Styles
The IVY PRESS
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k Chooelates audi
Bon Vene., ..
tk Inu Cvttir.
Datcof Arrival of Krdg-Jorgensens as
Tho commissary department was
busy estorday packing up the old
H rlngdeld Hflos. About a hundred and
fifty of' them go to tho State Farm for
tho use of the students there. Nothing
definite Is known as to when the new
Krag-Jorgensons will arrive. ,Tho bond
required from the University for their
Issuance! has been forwarded, hut not
as yet accepted by the government.
Five hundred guns, known as the I. S
Magazine Rifle, caliber, 30, modol 1S9S,
will bo forwardod from tho Rock Isl-
'and arsenal .whenttho bond Is acceplod.'
. Why. Not Let.Them,
Do It Now? ,
NEW LOOATION-r813 8f 12th.
bOf H PHONES
Pershing Rifles. ,
All those belonging to the Pershing
RIfllcs are most earnestly urged to be
present nt the drill to ho held tonight
at ,7:15 In the Armory. Tho purpose
of the drill is to prepare for Charter
Day whip"h comes next Friday. It had
always been the custom up to that day
last year to give a competitive drill
and spell-down on the afternoon just
before the Indoor athletic contest.
Last year because of the apathy and
carelessness of the men, it was Impos
sible to give it. Every effort is being
expended thlB year to prevent the
event's falling thru,, hut to Insure its
success, it Is absolutely Imperative
O.UUI uyuiy jjium cumiuciuu' wuu me ui.i
ganlzation in any way turn out, for
some of tho movements to be used
have not yet been .covored.
You are wearing better clothes than formerly..
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln.
makes my clothes now.
A rather ...unique specimen was re
ceived by the Geological department
today, a jaw of a baby mastodon with
the back teeth just appearing above the
surface of the jaw. Tho valuo of tho
specimen -was recognized by. Rev. J.
M. Bates of Red Cloud and through his
efforts It was secured for tho Univer
sity. , . ,
This interesting specimen was found
seven miles northwest tof Red Cloud on
Indian Creek , by Mr. Albert Knutsen
and was donated hy'hlm lo the Geolog
ical department of tho University.
Papers Accessible. '
t Beginning with this evening tho His
torical Society rooms will be kept
open Tuesday and Thursday evenings
of each week for some time. This Is
an experiment to -find how badly tho
students really want, access to vari
ous newspapers; and In" a measure
will offset tho lack of papers In tho gen
oral library, ,
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