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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1907)
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A HARD PROPOSITION
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BASE BALL GOODS
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Kansas University Track Team Makes
Nebraska's next track meet it with
Kansnsi University, at Lawrence, May
25. Somo Ideajof the Btrongtu of the
Jayhawkors may bo obtained from tho
records made In the meet between
them and Missouri at Kunsis City l:ist
Saturday, whore Missouri won only by
a slight marglu. Following Is tho
summary of avunls:
100-yard dash Missouri. 10 itjconds
220-yard dash Missouri.
22 3-5 seconds.
440-yard dash Missouri
51 3-5 seconds.
Half mile Missouri. Time, 2 min
utes 2 .1-5 soconds.
Mile Kansas. Time, 4 minutes 40
Two miles Kansas. Time, 10 min
utes and 48 seconds.
Low hurdles Missouri. Time, 27
High hurd.lob Missouri. Time,
1G 1-5 seconds.
High Jump Kansas. Height, 5 foot
Broad Jump 'Kansas. Distance, 21
foot 5 3-4 Inches.
Shot put-MlBBOurl. Distance, 37
feet 10 inches.
Hammer throw Kansas. Distance.
129 fept 2 inches.
Discus throw Kansas. Distance,
111 feet 4 inches.
Polo vault Kansas. Height, 10
feet 8 1-2 inches.
Relay- Missouri first, Kansas sec
ond. Time, 3 minutes 34 2-5 seconds.
It is up to Nebraska to win this
meet, but" the Jayhawkors are any
thing but quitters and may be de
pended on to outdo thomselves on the
day of the meet. There Is some talk
of an oxcurslon to Lawrence. It Is to
be hoped that this Idea will be cur
ried out as It would be a great aid to
the team and would neip to create an
Interest and enthusiasm for 'rack athletics.
You ar wearing hotter clothes than fwmtHy.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
I makes my clothes now.
Sole Agents for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic Goods. We 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
POT PIE SUPPER
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ALWAYS PASS BECAUSE THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally m Best fer Athletes.
BEND FOR THHBE BOOKS NOW TEN QBNT8 TMK COPT
No. 388. Group XVI Muscle Building . By Dr. L. H. GHdlek. ZMraoier
of Physical' Training, N. -Y; -ftabHo Schools.
No. 27. Group XIJ College Athlstlc. By M. 0. Harphy. the waft
known Athlotto Trainer, new with Ualr. of Fate.
No. 846. Group XH -AthlaUtt. Training for Soaoolboy. By 0a. W.
Orton of tha Unir. of Penn. and a fatnova athlete Mpntlf
A copy of our complete oatalogue of athletlo goods will be TasfhifaajeA
MAIL ORBER DEPT. ;,
A. G. SPALDING & BR08.
12f Nassau St., NEW YORK. US Wabash Ave., CHIOAftO.
SPECIAL LADIES' MAN TAILORED
3UIT8 $11.35 to $40.00
JACKET8 7.35 to $21.35
8KIRT8 $4.00 to $18.65
Misses' Suits.. $10.00 to $18.00.
Work, goods and fit guaranted.. Also
R. C HUBERT,
117 No. 12th Street
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Surplus and ProAta.... 10 0,000.00
DEPOSITS :,03 0,000.00
Arouses Enthusiasm and Proves a
The last of the year's chicken pie
sunpors was given to ja big crowd of
young men' at St. Paul's church last
Saturday evening. Excellent music
was furnished by the Baptist quartet,
and by E. T. Pholps on the trombone.
Tho levity of tho evening was decid
edly marked. Impromptu songs, pun
ning on various prominent members,
rang in chorus around the tables, and
conversation flowed freely.
Roports from the chairmen of the
various Y. M. committees were called
for, and the men told in a few words
the alms, plans and successes of tho
various committees. The program
was short and brisk and all adjourned
at 8 o'clock, but It is declared that at
that hour only twenty biscuits re
mained as a monument of the even
When in need of COAL call and tee the
We will treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 Or
COAT. THE MOD
ERN SHIRT IDEA.
WHITE OR COLOR
SI. 60 AND MORE
CLUETT, PCABODV & CO.
MAKKMB Or OLUlTf AN
''Babes" on a Lark.
Last Saturday several of the
"babes" of the last County Fair took
jaunt Into the country; enjoying u
thoroughly infantile outing. It is
said that one of the members of the
party had tho delicious adventure of
falling Into the lake and that another
even summoned iho valor to extermin
ate a small reptile.
Those In the party were Misses
Leotn Lapp, Jessie Barton, Elsie Ven
ters, Julia Nagl, Edna King, Myrtlo
Hudson, Cleo Howard, Emily Trigg
aqd Edith Forrest, and Messrs. Fred
Ballard, W. E. Standevon, J. R. Smith,
R. V. Pepporberg, John Purcell and
C. L. Belden.
R E S U L TS
Denton Slaughter, '07, was com
pelled to leave school lagt week on
account of an attack of typhoid fever.
He Is now at his homo in Omaha.
Mr. Slaughter's Illness comes at a
particularly unfortunate time, since he
Is captain of Company C and the
company will be handicapped at the
time of competitive drill If without its
We claim to bo the bast GLEANERS and DTUIE la Ltaooli
are here to pro-re It Our methods and machinery are me
LATEST and our workmen the best that money oan secure.
We clean the finest dresses and robea without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to Injure them la any war. We alio
alean gentlemen's olothlng of all kinds. Goods called for and dellr
ered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Ball 147 1820 N street Phona Aute 1MI
Call or write for price list Lincoln, Neb.
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