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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1907)
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Nebraekans at Panama.
Mr. H. Pt Warren, who is an assist
ant engineer on the Panama railroad,
and who is spending his vacation in
Lincoln,, gives the following account
of Nebraska men whom he has met
on the Zone: Charles It. Sargent, Law
'04, is chief clerk for G. L. Campen,
Superintendent of Public Works for
Panama. L. M. Huntington, C. E. '03,
In Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, under Mr. Campen. Charles
Uorg, Law '05, has a responsible posi
tion with the department of Law and
Government. Mr. Warren reports that
the above mentioned men are in the
best of health and are doing very well
In their positions.
Both Phones. 1210 O St
BASE BALL GOODS
Sole "Agents for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic GoodB. We also carry the
SD&ldlng line.t Special prices to clubs
OTTbatB, balls, imltta and uniforms.
LAWLOR CYCLE CO.
.1324 O St.
Only bicyole and sporting goods house
on O street.
The Engineering Society is making
arrangements to bring E. E. Howard
of the Arm of Waddell & Harrington
to the University to give a lecture on
'Records." The firm of Waddell &
Harrington Is perhaps the foremost
among bridge onglneors in the coun
try, and the society expects a very
good talk from Mr. Howard, who is
the chief man for the firm, and who
has had very wide experience along
You are wearing batter clothe than formerly.
and for lass monay.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
Another explosion occurred in the
Chemical laboratory yesterday after
noon In which G. S. Heffelbower had
his hair and coat somewhat singed.
He was making an experiment with
benzine when the liquid became ig
nited and an explosion resulted. For
tunately no one was injured.
See the Sun.
The observatory will be open to the
public from 1 to 3 p. m. today for a
view of the sun. There is now quite a
conspicuous group of sunspots visible
on the solar surface.
SPECIAL LADIES' MAN TAILORED
SUITS. , $11.35 to $40.00
JACKET 8 7.35 to $21.35
8KIRT8 .$4.00 t9 $11.65
MfftMs Suite. .$10.0S to $18.00
Wark, gooaa and lit guarantsd.. Alao
'" aCNTB' TAILORING
! C HUBERT,
117 No. 12th Street
Alpha Zeta fraternity will give a
banquet at the Llndoll hotel tonight.
Governor Sheldon will be one of the
guests. A list of toasts is to be re
sponded to after the repast.
George Berger of the Kearney
schools was a visitor at the University
yesterday. While in the University
Mr. Berger was known as "Stub" and
was considered a great foot ball
ALWAYS PASS BECAUSE THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as Beet far Athletes.
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN CWfTS PER COPT
No. 288. Group XVI Muscle Building. Br Dr. L. H. Oalleav Dire
, of Physical Training, N. T. Piblio Sehools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athletics. Bjr M. O. Marahr, tka watt-,
known Athletlo Trainer, naw with Ualr. of.Penm.
No146. Group XII Athletta Training for Sokoolboys. Bjr Of, W.
Ortoa of the Unlr. of Penn. and a famoa athlete smmU.
copy of our complete oatalogue of athletlo gooda will be nutlet" aa
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING A, BR08.
121 Nassau 8t., NEW YORK. 14f Wabash Ave., CHICASO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Sarplna and PreflU.... HP.000.00
SKP08ITS 3,0)) t,t)00.0O
ON AND OFF LKE A
COAT. THE MOD
CRN SHIRT IDEA.
WHITE OR COLOR
$1.60 AND MORE
Cluctt, Pcabody A Co.
MARCH Or QLUC.Tr AND
Earl PranBworth, 03, has been vlBlt
ing at the Delta Tau fraternity house
for the past few days. It may be re
membered that Mr. Farnsworth while
in University hold the tennis cham
pionship of the west.
When in need of COAL call and see the
We will treat you right.
Phones: Bell 234; Auto .1610.
Office 1106 O.
R E S U L TS
The Legislature Reference JBureau is
being much used by students of Pro
fessor Aylsworth's class in politics.
This class is doing work in drawing
up Original legislative bills.
The Historical Society recently re
ceived from Yale College the diary of
one of its early presidents, President
Stiles, who lived over one century
ago. His work is found in three volumes.
We claim to fee the best OLBANEM ana DYMS la Llaaala aa
are hare to arava It Oar matfcods aai maaalaary art fee TSSIY
ULTMT and oar warkatea the bast that homj aaa aaaara.
We cleaa taa maaat draaaes an robas wlthoat aaaar eflsaiag
t aarlnMag ana gaaraataa mat to lajare them la air war. Wa alaa
eftaaa gentlaman's elethlag af all htaaa. Goods called Itr aaa dellr
arad. AH faaaM thoraaghs atarillxed. Wa do alterlac aai rapalriag.
Fieae Ball 14T 111! N street Pheaa Aato ii
all errfte far arioe Net Lftaaota, Wea.
J. C. Wood & Company
Have you seen those Bwell $4,00
Oxfords at Sanderson's; they are
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Stetson's totam toe, that's the swell
shoo for young men. Sanderson's
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