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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1907)
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Opon till 2 P. M.
Both Phones. 1210 O St
N. A. Dengaton, assistant In the de
partment of Geology has had pub
lished In the May number of tho Ne
braska Teacher, an Interesting ac
count of how the faculty will and may
spend the summer vacation. Tho sub
ject of Mr. Bengston's article Is, "Va
cation Rambles." Dr. Condra furnish
ed certain potographs well adapted to
Illustrate the narrative.
School of Journalism.
Minnesota may soon have a course
In Journalism. Tho matter has been
left in the hands of the curriculum
committee until tho next faculty meet
ing. At tho last meeting the com
ments were favorable and the pros
pects are very fair for the establish
ment of such a course.
You are wearing better clothes than formerly.
and for less money.
Dresher, The Tailor
143 South 12th, Lincoln,
makes my clothes now.
hoe Troubles Qo Off.
Rogers & Perkins
1129 O Street.
Lnlveralty exercises were suspend
co for a short time at Cornell last
Tuesday, to allow for the rehearsal
by the general student body of "Ein
Feste Burg," a Bong which is to be
sung In honor of the founder, and tho
exercises .which were held Friday. '
De Pauw University Journalists are
beginning to realize the superiority
of the college dally paper over the
weekly and will soon establish an
UNIVERSITY JEWELER OPTIMA
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Work, goods and fit" guaranted.. Also
R. O. HUBERT,
117 No. 12th 8treet
May Music Festival.
Tho second annual May music festi
val will be held in Lincoln on May
22. and. 23. As a year ago, tho famous
Theodore Thomas Orchestra has been
secured for this, the greatest music
festival held in Nebraska. Two short
choral works will be given, viz., "Fair
Ellen" by Max Bruch, and "Wedding
Feast" by Coleridge Taylor. Tho fes
tival chorus will commence work at
ALWAYS PAIS .BECAUSE THtY . AMI KIPT UP. TO .THIARK
AND NEVER FALL BELOW THK?OFFIOIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally as East far Athlete.
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOW TEN CMNTE PHI COPT
No. 8. Qroup XVI Muscla Buildln. By Dr. L. H. CraJJek, Dlraatac
of Physical Training, N. T. Paallo Sakoola.
No. 27. Group XII Oollag AthUtica. By M. 0. aCarahy, tka wan
known Athletic Tralnar, naw with TJ&It. af Pan.
No. 148. Oroup XII Athlete Training for fokoolaoya. By Oaa. W.
Ortoa of the unir. of Pann. and a famoaa athlata aflaaaeil
. A copy of our complete oatalocae of athlotlo Koola wSU ba B&ale4 tfaa
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121 Nassau St., N.EW YORK. 149 Wafcaah Ave., CHICAGO. :
A number have inquired of Mr.
Townsend If tho prlco quoted to Corn
huskors would bo extended to Senior
girls desiring new sittings without
cap and gown. The rate is good to
July 1, '07.
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Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
The Drug Cutter, Wm0
THE KANSAS CITY
The .most comprehensive farm pa
per All the news intelligently told
Farm questions answered by a
practical farmer and experimenter
Exactly what you want In mar
ONE YEAR 25 CENT8.
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The IVY PRESS
"- te PRINTING
Why Not Let Them
De It Now?
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Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, ol course
GLEAN GOAL AT GREGORY'S
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