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Clement Wnldron wont to Uentrlco
Lehigh hns a scehdulo of eleven
games this fall.
Arthur II. Mlelenz, 1907, Is at Snn
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Charles Weeks, 1907, Is superln
tendent of the Fairmont schoolB.
Miss Kate Foster, 1906, Is teaching
In the high school at Sheridan, Wyoming.
Crelghton Is (still 'bemoaning tho
loss of Nebraska from her football
G. L. PItchford, 1907 Is head chem
ist In the Union Pacific shops at
"Nate" Dowries, 1907, Beta Thetn
PI, Is working for the Union Pacific
The University Bulletin will appear
regularly on the editorial page. Look
for It there.
John Perkins, the janitor of the
Administration Building was married
for the first time September 25.
The hour for recitation in business
law has been changed and this class
will meet at 5 o'clock Monday afternoons.
Minnesota Freshman and Sopho
mores are preparing for their, annual
cane which Is to be pulled off next
Measurements for cadet uniforms
will be taken Monday from 2 to 12
and 1 to G in the Armory. A deposit
of $5.00 must be made with oach order.
O. E. Sheldon of the history de
partment has gone to Columbia uni
versity on a year's leave of absence
to do advanced work In ethnology and
Any young woman wishing to do a
little work each day for room or
board Inquire of Miss Vlbbard In the
Y. W. C. A. room. Office hours 10 to
12 a. m.
Mr. George Edwards, the noted
South American missionary and ex
plorer gave an interesting talk at
convocation yesterday, relating his ex
perience as a scout and missionary.
The Pershing Rifles request that
men who have not yot ordered their
cadet uniforms do so at once. Mon
day will be the last day of the dis
count. There after the regular price
will be charged.
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One of the Innovations adopted by
Coach Catlin this year Is a new
charging machine built In Iowa City
and modeled after tho machines used
at the University of Chicago and
other western colleges. Tho machine
to be used In Iowa field this fall is
larger than tho one ordinarily em
ployed as the 'length Is sufficient to
allow seven men, the whole line to
charge against It. Its purpose is to
cultivate quickness in the forwards.
Peg Top Corduroy Pants
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Physiology 13. .;
. Class meets. 9 a. ra., Monday, Sep
tember 30, room 3 Nebraska Hall.
A. B. GUENTHEIt.,
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