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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1907)
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TS PAV MATINEE, 2:30
I wLM TONIGHT, 8:15
"A COWBOY'S GIRL"
Mat., 25 & 10c. Eve., 50, 30, 20 & 10c
ALL 8UMMER, COM. MAY 20.
EVERY NIQHT 8:30.
"MAT. WED. & 8AT.
Fulton Bros. Stock Go.
EVE, 25 & 15c. MAT.25 & 10c.
Continuous 8hows from 1:30 to 1:30
and 7:00 to 10:30 p. m.
THE OLD COAT 8T0RY
THE CLOWN AND 8TATUE
THE ARTI8T8 HAND
HI8 FIR8T RIDE
THE DOG 8NATCHER8
THE BANDIT KING
"When the Flowers Bloom In
8prlng, Mollle Dear."
"Twas Only a Face Jn the Firelight"
By Miss Robinson.
HARRY H. RICHARD & CO.
RU88ELL & HELD
CHAPMAN & NEL80N
CROUCH & RICHARD8
Illustrated 8ong, "The Bird on Nellie's
Ladles Souvenir Matinees, Tuescdays
BASE BALL GOODS
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.
vLAWLOR CYCLE CO.
1324 O 8t.
Only bicycle and sporting goods house
on O street
tt BEST 15 CENT MEAL IN O
B THE CITY. C;
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commendable work and among thoir
number much good material for 'Var
sity traok teams In the future was
manifested. The only lamentable fea
ture of the meet was that the number
of entries was so largo that the dis
tance runs resolved themselves into
more or less of a melee on the small
track with Its Bharp curves. Never
theless, everything went off smoothly
and the meet was a great success.
The summary follows:
100-yard - dash Perdue, Pawnee,
flrBt; Swanson, Aurora, second;
Beams, Lincoln, third. Time, 10 4-5
120-yard hurdles Swindell, Lincoln,
firsts Collier, Falrbury, second; Mc
Kell, Omaha, third. Time, 17 3-5 sec
onds. 220-yard hurdles Collier, Falrbury,
first; Foster, York, second; Walter
mere, Ashland, third. Time, 29 sec
onds. 220-yard dash Greenwood, Frank
lin Academy, first; Perdue, Pawnee
City, second; Rattorman, Columbus,
third. Time, 23 31-5 seconds.
440-yard dash Hutchinson, Lincoln,
first; Venland, Hastings, second; Der
rick, York, third. Time, 55 3-5 sec
onds. Half-mile run Burnham, Pawnee,
first; Calkins, Ashland, second; Hun-
ley, Pawnee, third. Time, 2:07 3-5.
One-mile run Burnham, Pawned,
first; Fallon, Falls City, second;
Clark, Wahoo, third. Time, 5:00 2-5.
One-half-mile relay (four men on
each team) Omaha, first; Falls City,
second; Kearney third. Time,
Pole vault Russell, Lincoln, first;
McMaBters, Pawnee, second; Field,
Hastings, third. Height, 10 feet 3
Shot put Du Val, Falrbury, first;
Lundy, Shubort, second; Rodenwald,
Falls City, third. Distance, 45 feet.
High jump Dlers, York, first; Dun
lap, Hastings, and Du Val of Falrbury,
tied for second. Height,' 5 feet 0
Discus throw Lundy, Shubert, first;
Du Val, Falrbury, second; Kersen
brock, Crete, third. Distance, 107 feet.
Broad jump Collier, Falrbury, first;
Dlers, York, second; Perdue, Pawnee,
third. Distance, .19 feet, 9 inches.
Hammer throw Roderwald, Falls
City, first; Karth, York, second;
Shulor, Crete, third. Distance 132
feet, 4 inches.
'Scores: Falrbury, 23; Pawnee, 22;
Lincoln, 16; York, 15; Falls City, 12;
Shubert, 8; Omaha, 'G; Hastings, 6;
Franklin Academy, 6; Ashland,
Auburn, 3 Columbus, 1; Crete,
Kearney, 1. '
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world was startled by the announce
ment of the serious illness of Mr.
Thomas, and his death on January !,
1905, came as a shok to' many musical
people the world over.
At the death of Mr. Thomas, Fred
erick Stock succeeded to the leader
ship of tho orchestra and has been
successful in conducting the organi
zation. Mr. Stock was born In the
Rhine Country, and was educated in
the Musical Conservatory of Colonge,
became a member of the Colonge Or
chestra, and came from there direct'to
the Thomas Orchestra in Chicago. Mr.
Stock Is quiet in his methods, but se
cures his effects in an artistic manner.
In addition to his other qualities, he
Is a composer of extraordinary merit.
Special Saturday Sale
In Our New Men's Section -
Now permanently located In Its new "easy-of-access" quarters to the
left of the west entrance, to the right of the east entrance Now merchan
dise, improved service, better displays mark an era of improvement in this
new section that is thoroughly in keeping with tho marked spirit of
growth and progress throughout tho entlro storo. Visit with us Saturday.
8ATURDAY 8HIRT DAY
An entire show case on display, containing pretty light patterns In black
and white checks, plaids and tho darkor colored designs, many
66c and 75c values cholco, Saturday, each. . . . 50o
MEN'8 DRE8 8HIRT8, 76c AND 85c.
Percale and Madras Cloths In dark patterns and neat ,gured designs; all
sizes; a show case filled with most desirable merchandise at,
each 85c and 76c
MEN'8 NEW NECKWEAR, 25c.
All 8ilk Neckwear of surprising value; reversible and French folded
Four-lnHands In largo pattorn variety ; some shops sell thorn
at 60c Saturday, each m 25o
MEN'8 $1.00 UNION 8UIT8, 85c.
A few more of those light weight Balbriggan Union 8ults for Men In ecrtf
color; all sizes and perfect fit, assorted; only 3 suits to any ono
customer Saturday, each 85c
BUDGE G VENZEL CO.
The Picnic Today.
There will bo from 75 to 100 people
at the Junior class picnic at Epworth
Park this afternoon. The committee
reported that up to yesterday noon
about 60 tickets had been sold, and
that thdy were making preparations
on a basis of 30 per cent overload. The
Juniors are urged to bo on hand at
11th and R promptly, to take tho
special cars which leave for Epworth
Park at 1:20 p. m.
Mr. Beekly of tho U. S. Geological
Survey, and a former student of the
University, goes to tho Northwest Fri
day. He will return next year to take
special work In Geology.
Dean L. A. Sherman, "Turgineff," at
Sophomore party, Fraternity Hall.
Sophomoro class meeting, 11 p. m.
Band Informal. Mem. Hall.
Inter-high school track meet. Cam
pus. 2 p. m.
Professor George D. Ayers, '.'Charles
Sumner,' at Convocation.
Pan Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
Hon. Albert W. Watklns", "Lincoln
and Douglas," at Convocation.
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