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THE STAR RESTAURANT
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BEST 15 CENT MEAL IN
D. K. CAMPBELL.
This Sum Comes Out of Univer
sity for Famine Relief Fund.
LaBt evening the time limit for giv
ing toward tho China famine relief
fund having been reached, final ac
counts wero nrranged, the last contri
bution added, and the whole sum given
for tho "cause" was found to be $133.
The last amounts added were as fol
lows; Cash, $2; Doano College $8.50;
Viola Barnes, $1; Jessie Thompson,
Both Phones. 1210 O St.
DASE BALL GOODS
Tho graduation recital of Miss Mabel
Lockstone, of! tho University School of
Music, will take place In Memorial
Hall tills evoning.
Miss Louise Zumwlnkel, pupil of
Mrs. Jones, will give a recital for
graduation next Thursday evening in
the same hall. The public is cordially
Invited to both performances.
Tho following Is tho program for
Miss Zumwlnkel's recital:
Beethoven Sonata.Op. 53
Allegro con brie
MacDowell Sernade, Op. 1G
. . Scherzo, C sharp minor, Op. 39
Grieg Ich Hebe dlch
Dyorak Goblin Dance
Paganlnl-LlBzt Etude, E Major
Schelllng . . Au Chateau do Wlllgrad
Night, divine night
The forest full of mystery
The foliage glistening in moonlight
Soft ripples on tho water
What calm What charm
Liszt Etude, F minor
Schumann Concerto, A minor
(Orchestral parts on Second Piano)
You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
Sole Agents for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic Goods. Wo also carry the
Spalding line. Special prices to clubs
on bats, balls, mitts and uniforms.
LAWLOR CYCLE CO.
1324 O St.
Only bicycle and sporting goods house
on O street.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL 8 ICO ,000.00
Surplus null Profits.... 100,000.00
Notice of Examination.
The examination of Elda Roma
Walker for tho degree of Doctor of
Philosophy will bo held on Tuesday,
April 30. at 2:00 p. m. In Nebraska
Subjocts: Botany, Z6ology.
Tho examiners are Professor Bessoy
and Clements in Botany and Professor
Ward In Zoology.
ALWAY8 PA88 BECAUSE THEY ARC KEPT UP TO TH1 MARK
AND NEVER FALL BILOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Bttt for Athlttea.
SEND FOR THHBE BOOKS NOWTEN OBNTg PBR COFT
No. 288. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Oolitic, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Schools.
No. 27., Group XII College Athletics. By M. 0. Murphy, Um well
known Athlotlo Trainer, now with Univ. of Pens.
No. 246. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys. By Geo. W.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a femoas athlete htmeelL
A copy of our comploto catalogue of athletic goods will be mailed uoa
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. 6. SPALDING & BR08.
126 Nassau St., NEW YORK. 149 Wabash Ave., CHIOAQO.
I, Hugh W. Craig, hereby declare
that I Intend to be In school next year
and announce myself as a candidate
for student-member of the Athletic
Board for tho year 1907-'08.
May Morning Breakfast
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
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SPECIAL LADIE8' MAN TAILORED
SUITS $11.35 -to $40.00
JACKET8 7.35 to $21.35
8KIRT8 $4.00 to $18.65
Misses' 8ults.. $10,00 to $18.00
Work, goods and fit guaranted.. Also
JR. C. HUBERT,
117 No. 12th Street
Emory Buckner, '04, was recently
elected toastmaster to preside at the
banquet ot the 1907 Harvard Law
class. The banquet will be given May
TAII I1DC Main Collit
For First Class Tailor
M at low Prloas ... jaj
Auto, 48 Collaga Vlaw
IN WHITE OR FAST COLORS.
THE BEST VALUE OBTAIN
ABLE AT SI .00 OR $1.25.
CLUCTT, PEJIBODY A. CO.
MAKERS OF OLUKTT AND ARROW COLLAR
Recent visitors at the Alpha -Phi
house were Ruth Thompson, Harriet
Mold, Mayono Thompson, Marjorlo
Ilenson, and Ruby Prazier.
Virginia Zimmer, of the class of '08,
has been appointed assistant instruc
tor of Mathematics at the University
Farm. Miss Zlmmor will continue her
regular studios at the same time.
Miss Hoacock of Falls City, Mrs.
Gould of Omaha and Miss Mamo KU
lkin of Wahoo are visiting at the PI
Beta Phi house.
The IVY PRESS
"- te PRINTING
Why Not Let Th
Do It Now?
mnr looactow-mi b.
Iouls Gregory, Law 1910,' of St.
Josepli, Missouri and John D. Taylor,
1909, of Lincoln, aro pledged to the
Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Mrs.England's book on "Church Gov
ernment and Control," the subject of
her doctor's thesis, Is almost completed.
I PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW I
Gregory's Washed Goal $6.50
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