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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1907)
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WHEN A STUDENT WANTS
THERE IS NO DEHYIHO THAT
HE WANT8 IT 'PRINTED IN
MODERN STYLE "
The New Century Printers
1241 N STREET
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
for Good, Prompt
Expectations Surpassed by the Y. W.
C. A. Party.
The vnlontlno party given to tho Y.
M. 0. A. by tho Y. W. C. A. hist Thurs
day ovcnlng was oven n greater suc
cess than tho young ladles had an
ticipated. So cavofully and so artful
ly was tho program designed that
everyone was forced to make the ac
quaintance of everyone else, leaving
no opportunity for any Individual to
feel hlniEolf a stranger.
Tho game of forfeiting candy hearts
as a penalty for using tho personal
pronoun "I" furnished lively amuse-;
ment for some time. After this a solo
and several recitations' by two-of tho
young ladles were enthusiastically
applauded for enchores.
The conversational ability of tht,
young men was also put to n severe
test by It series of "Heart to heart
talks." This proved to be a unique
method of keening conversation on
I the move. Each young man was given
i a papor heart with six topics for con
! versntlon printed upon It, and wub in
structed to seek six young ladles with
whom to discuss his topics. Flvo min
utes was the maximum time allowed
for the discussion of" each topic, and
In not a few cases this proved ample
time to exhaust the store of knowl
edge on tljo subject.
One unfortunato feature of the even
ing, however, but or.e that was not j
without Its humorous slde,-was an em
barrassing dearth of spoons when tho
luncheon was served. It was discov
ered that there wore but twelve spoons
by actual count, which shortage made
It necessary for supper to be taken by
turns, or by "twelves," as It were,
while tho remnlnlng unfortunates pa
tiently waited their turn.
As a wholo the party was one of
the most enjoyable social events of
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Bell 348. Aute 3881
Do Your Washing
Jack Best announces that all gymna
sium clothing removed from tho
l lockers during tho last two weeks will
bo "confiscated" unless taken awayy
tho oweners at once. This Includes all
material from ldckers on which the
locks were cut since not reassigned
to the same parties.
The "University of Missouri an
nounces a number of fellowships and
scholarships to bo awarded for the
term beginning next September.
Blanks, to be filed not later than Juno
first may bo obtained from the Regis
trar of the University.
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Sen Bot. Again.
' Wednesday night at eight o'clock
Som. Bot. will hold a regular, open
I meeting In the Botanical library, N 104.
Mr. Pool will rond a paper on "Experi
mental EvolTitlon," and 'Miss Ames one
on "De Vrles and Mutation."
ALWAY8 PA88 BECAU8E THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Best for Athletes.
SEND FOR TJ1ESE BOOKS NOW TEN CENTS PER COPY
No. 288. Group XVI--Muscle Building. By, Dr. L. H. GullclCDIrector
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Sohools.
No. 27. Group XII College 'Athletics. By M. C. Murphy, tho woll-
known Athletto Trainer, now with Univ. of Penn. ,
No. 240. Group XII Athletic Training for' Schoolboys. By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a famous athloto himself.
A copy of our completo catalogue of athletic goods will be mailed upon
MAIL ORDER. DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK.
149 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO.
You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes ray clothes now.
1210 O Str.
PONT BE A CHUMP
If you want to go out in society
dress right. We make clothes
to fit you. Not made for a dum
my 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
Why Not Let Them
Do It Now?
NEW LOOATION-S13 8. 12.
TAII ADC Main Colli
For First Glass Tailor
ing at Low Priest
Auto, 48 Collogo Vlaw
We are running this week a series of
small cuts of tho University buildings.
It Is hoped before very long to secure
cuts of some of the structures just
W. S. Berry, one of the instructors
at tho 'State Farm, has been able after
a serious Illness resulting from blood
poison to take upJiis work again.
ho Troubles Go. Off.
Rogers & Parkins
3L129 O Straat.
Senior- Play Cast.
Tho cast of the Senior play will
meet in Union Hail tonight at 7; 30.
All members are tobrlng copies, of the
R E S U L TS TELL
Cameron's Lunch Counter. 123 8. 12,
We claim to be the best GLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and
are hero to prove It. Our methods and machinery aro the VERY
LATEST and our -workmen the best that moaey can secure.
We clean the, finest dresses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to Injure them In' any way. 'We .also'
clean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
Phono Bell 147 1320 N street , JPhono Auto 1208
Call or write for price Hat, . Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
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