The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 13, 1907, Image 4

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The New Century Printers
1241 N STREET
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AFTER THE DANCE
CALL UP
The Ensign Omnibus and
Transfer Company
For Good, Prompt
LIVERY SERVICE
Harvey Corrects Statements Concern
ing Nebraska Men.
To The Dally NobrnBknn:
Referring to n NebniHknn of recent
(fate, wv note Homeone has taken the
trouble to Insert a cut and write-up of
the Nebraska boys In the employ of
the Westlnghouso Electric Company.
We are Indeed grateful to the Nebras
kan and to our friend who has given
this Information, but we believe the
little article Is somewhat Incorrect.
Hartzell has left the company and Is
at Savannah, Ga. Towne Is In the
(reeling department, located al the
Muffalo olllce. Hav and fllbiUM' are ui.
dcifcludy salesmen at the Philadelphia
olllce and Itawson holds a nimilar posi
tion at Chicago. Ihjrlbut is on dynamo
test, and Olbbs, who leturned recently
from a six months' vacation, is oa
armature winding in the shops. This
is all of the '05 111911. l
Hut the 'OG bunch is still in existence I
and able to enjoy three meals a day. 1
Turner nnd Hamilton arc in the trans
former division, and Harvey and Wel
luisick in the power division of thc(
engineering department. Johnson Is ,
on high tension test and Davis on
dynamo toBt. 1
Two Nebraska graduates hold impor-'
In nt. positions in the engineering de-'
paitmont, K, C. Randall,'1 '9G, is dlvi-'
slon engineer of the transformer dlvi-,
slon and C. E. Hedell, '00, is an en
gineer in the railway office.
Wo are waiting for the arrival of a '
largo portion of the class of '07 to in- j
crease the number and strength of No-1
biaska at East Pittsburg.
A. L. HARV7Y. '
SPALDING
ATHLETIC GOODS
ALWAY8 PA8S BECAU8E THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD. '
Recognized Universally as Best for Athletes;
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN OENTS PER COPY
No. 238. Group XVI Musole Building. By Dr. L. H. Gulick, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Schools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. By M. C. Murphy, tho woll-
known Athletic Trainer, now with Univ. of Ponn.
No. 24G. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys. By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and at famous "athlete, himself.
A copy of our complete Catalogue of athletic goods will bo mailed upon
request.
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
149 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO. A
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK.
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Chocolates and
Bon Bons.
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Miss Puffer III.
Miss Puffer, of the Mathematical
Department, has been very 111 for the
past ten days, of a series of compli
cations resembling those from which
ProresBor Fossler Is suffering. The
last report gave her condition as slow
ly Improving. All Miss Puffer's
classes are being taken care of.
Professor Stout Sick.
Prof. O. V. P. Stout has been sick
at his homo fbujwo days. Yesterday
i evening he was reported as being bet
i ter:
"CounfCreighton, ofl' Omaha, the,
man who was to Crolghton College I
what .John D. Rockefeller is to the,
I'nlvcrslty of Chicago, Is dead.
Postponed.
The gymnastic contest which was to
have been held last night has been j
postponed until February 2G. I
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Robert Thompson, a last year's stu
dent, Is at Ely, Nevada, in the employ
of tho lierda Iron Company. Ho will
' leave for Portland, Oregon, shortly.
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jovening to cover the cost of the in
sertion in the Cornhusker of the com
1 pany pictures.
Prof. Allen Carpenter of Hastings
College has beon secured to give two
courses in the summer session. He
will offer a teachers' course in alge
bra and a beginner's course in plain
trigonometry-
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The Freshman Law Class met at 11
1 o'clock for the election of officers
Tuesday. After a stormy contest, F.
G. Reynolds was elected Vice-president
and the meeting then adjourned
ELLIOTT
BROS.
TAILORS
1210 O Str.
DON'T BE A CHUMP
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If you want fto go out in society
dress right. We inalce clothes
to lit you. Not made for a clum
niy and' altered to fit you. Dress
Suits or Tuxedo Suits to order
$30.00 up. Suits and Overcoats
to order $20.00 up.
Latest Eastern Styles
The IVY PRESS
Ha dyZ PRINTING
Why Not Let Thenl
Do It Now?
NEW LOOATIQN-H8 B. 12th.
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You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
YES,
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of course
AUTO 1SS0 ' DELL 550
BREAD, PIES
AND CAKES
THE f I N E CANDIES
ruLaum N assortment of candles
COME IN of our own make.
For First Glass Tailor
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