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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1908)
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THE DAILY NBBRASICAN
A. G. SPALDING
The Largest ManufacturorH In the
OFFICIAL ATHLETIC 3UPPLIE8
Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Term fa, Basket Ball,
Ofllcial ImplomentB for Track and
Uniforms for' All' SportB
Spaldlng'H Handsomely Illus
trated Catalogue of all sports
contains numerous suggestions.
Send for It. It's fjoe.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia,
Boston, Baltimore, Washington, St.
Louis, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Syracuse,
Cincinnati, KansaB City, Minneapo
lis, Now Orleans, Donvor, Montreal.
COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING
STEEL DYE EMBOSSING
A NICE LINE OK STATIONERY
Fraternity Bldg., LINCOLN, NEB.
We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
in the city. Come in and
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
1 4th and O So. west Corner
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HtiWi Shgt fop air Ftttoy
IAVM YOU -
TIME - wdU MffttY
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 STREETS s
P. L. HALL, President
P. E. JOHNSON, Vico-Prosldeut
B MAN O. POX, Caahlor,
W, W. HACKNEY Jr.. Asat. Cashier
Pitts' Dancing School
Class nights Advanced, Monday;
Beginners, Wednesday and Saturday.
8oclal nightFriday. Private class
every afternoon. Most beautiful 'hall
R Lincoln. New .location, 1124 N
street: Auto 5241.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students, 1127 O street.
I .aw Notes.
Doan Costlgan and Professor Wilson
woro both unable to meet their classes
Monday. The freshmen's time was
utilized by Judge Hastings in an equity
Now that the Conference rules re
garding athletics have been adopted,
the future for a good law team is as
sured. At least six men who were try
ing out for first team positions will be
barred. Their addition to the law
team Hhould they make it, will make,
without a doubt, the strongest team In
At a meeting of the Palladian socie
ty the following new officers were
President, John McNicol.
Vice-president, Miss Ada Taylor.
Recording secretary, Miss Mabel Mc
Vey. Correspond secretary, Miss Addle
Treasurer, E. F. Guidlnger.
Historian, E. W. Hills.
Critic, H. F. Wender.
Program secretary, Leroy Cherry.
Sergeant-at-arms, Miss Beth Huston.
Stanford Boat Crews Disband.
The Stanford boat squad, both var
sity and freshman crews, has dlsband-
od owing to the fact that Capfiin
Gay was among the students dismissed
for insubordination. Captain Fen ton
has dlsUanded thebaseball team owing
lo the action of the committee, though
the organization may finish the season
under another nanip. Tennis practice
has been suspended and although
, f?-k,Tbklboeeeetnitna. .peannTral
Trainer Moulton has requested all
track men to continue training, several
or the best athletes have signified their
intention of taking a leave of absence.
NEW POSTAL RULING.
By a recent order of the Postmaster
uenerai, no dally newspaper Is al
lowed to send copies to subscribers
who are three months or more in ar
rears. There are a few of the sub
scribers to the Daily Nebraskan who
J are In arrears to that extent and un-
less payment is made in the near fu
ture the subscriptions will be stopped.
We trust that this will not be neces
sary and that the circulation of this
paper may not need t be reduced by
the oversight of some of our friends.
If your subscription is unpaid, kindly
mall a money order or draft to the
manager as soon as convenient.
This ordexfiaes into effect April 15.
- English Club
The English club will meet with
Miss Cauger, 2031 South Seventeenth,
on Saturday evening, April the 4th;
"Townsend Panel" a stylo and ef
fect In portraiture that speaks for
host An open-raced lady's pin and
watch between' Fourteenth and S, and
Two months more of school. Let us
have your duplicate order for pictures
as soon as possible. Townsend.
Clements' photos are tbe best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Go to Mrs. J: C. Bell, hairdresser,
Advertise your wants In the Ne
braskan. Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. et.
Subscribe for the Dally Nebraskan.
C H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Eat at Elam's.
The 'Varsity Backstop
A Catcher on a college nine cannot be too
careful about the Mitt he uses the Big Game
may depend on his ability to hold the ball? The
majority of 'Varsity Backstops, like the majority of
the great League Catchers, use
The arrangement of padding and deep hollow
holds the ball every time. Reach Catchers' Mitts .""
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II TyaLsW A
ety to select
Suits and O'coats
NO MORS NO LES
World's Greatest Tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Manager and Cutter
UrciIr Branch, 145 So. 13th St.
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
We can glvo you the be.t prices, belt good, and best service
CAPITAL GROCERY &f & 1435 M Street
are maae in ngnts ana lens,
and range in price from 25c.
to $3.00 each.
The Rga&k Ball-
has been adopted by the great '
American League for a ten
year period. It is also used
by all the big 'Varsity and
Prep. School Nines.
The' Reach Trademark on all Spoiling
Good Is a guarantee of quality, if means
satisfaction, a new article or your honey
back (except on Bills a,nd Bats under SI).
The Reach eificlal lase'lall Gaitie
Now ready contains flaying ntled
of the American ami National
Leagues. History and action pic
ture of the 1907 World's Bert.
10 cents at dealers or by mall
if nbl dl you? dealers, M will Alt
your oider direct on receipt of price
Write 1 for looa I(io Itall CMalogoeaml
freo Hue Hull Story JjyKlbertllubbirav
A. J. REACH CO.,
1799 Tlli St,
Tan and Black; Tan and
Patent Leather Oxfords
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We have the largest stock, the greatest vari
from and are giving the" best-
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Made to Order, $15
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