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f We're now located in the most
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in the city. Come in' and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
4th and.O So. west Corner
; under new'management
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HENRY CLARKE, Prop.
Waldron, the' Newly Elected Captain,
Makes a Short Talk.
Tho law team Is showing? up wolf
under fiscally praotico. Yesterday,' on
Ihe field, Manager Randall presiding,
nominations for captain were In order.
It is customary for the manager to be
a senior, while the captain comes from
the Junior ranks. Consequently four
juniors wore nominated, Waldron, Cod
dlngton, McCutcheon and R. P. Green
slit. Waldron, receiving the highest
number of votes, was declared elected.
A short talk of encouragement fol
lowed, in which he mentioned the pre
vious teamB that have gone out be
fore, the team of '06 being exception
ally strong, only loBing one out of the
season's schedule of games. There
seems to be no doubt about one equal
ly as brilliant this year. It was de
olded to beat the 'varsity Bquad at
Antelope park tomorrow at 2:16. If
it wasn't for the fact that the flrBt
earn claims Borne of the members of
tho law branch, there wouldn't be any
doubt about' Bhuttlng them out But
aB'it now stands, It will be well enough
to barely- let. them score. 'Captain
Waldron" certainly has the ginger",
which is a main esential of a snappy
a otthe clasp
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lutely flat clasp garter
Li tlio Jlrirrliton. Mill!-
ons of men know this buy
them and wear them. Tho wear
is there, and they cqst oiily a quarter
a pair. Remember it.
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Another Prominent Nebraskan.
George A. Lee, 1904, law 1905, who
is now practicing law In Spokane,
Washington, was recently honored by
receiving the appointment of assistant
prosecuting attorney for Spokane
Tho "Spokesman's Review," in
speaking of the appointment, gave Mr.
Lee much praise for his past work in
Spokane and urged him to run for the
While In the University he was one
of the most prominent debaters and a
member of tho teams that debated
with "Kansas in 1903 and Washington
Nebraska 8tudents at Michigan.
Roy G. Pierce, '07, writes that he is
talcing graduate work in forestry at
the University of Michigan. A few
other former-Nebraska Btudents are at
Ann Arbor. F. J. Pipal, '07, is doing
graduate work In forestry; Kelso Mor
gan is studying law and -training for
long distance runs; J. W. Wopat, qx.
'09, Is talcing electrical engineering;
"Dusty" Strom-is studying medicine;
Alvin B, Evans, A. M. '98, lgllolnRrr"
graduate work in Latin, Greek and
Y. W. C. A. Noon Meeting.
Monday Vera Barger.
Organization for membership cam
paign. Tuesday Edna Manter.
Wednesday Praise service.
Thursday Nellie Barrett.
Friday Miss Vibbard.
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Engineering Soc'y. JJpp
Suits and O'coats Made to Order, $15
NO MORI NO LESS
WwW't ertatast Tailors
J. P. IINEQ0RY, Manner mi CaHw
Uutli Bruti, 145 St. I3tl St.
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, or desiring to rent one, we
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Your Expenses for Next Year.
Let me see you about making them
this summer before you sign up" for
any canvassing proposition. M. E.
Barker, 938 P street Any day be
tweori 1 and 3, Saturdays 8 to, 5.
Frats and Sororities When in Neecfcof Coal.
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Phones, Bell 234 ... - Ayto 3228;
Office U06O Street
Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' tjarbor. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Try Dalrymple's Baked Goods.
O.'H. Frey, floriat, 1188 O St.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street
Go 'to Mrs, J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
Try Fyincla .Bros.', restaurant, lOZOjP
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107 O. at
Cameron's lunch counter 128 So'. l
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