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THE . DAILY NEBRA8KAN
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The girls Are wearing mighty
fine Tailored Suits thls Spring..
"DO YOU- THINK"
They want-to ptna their money
for Tailored Suits and go with
afellow wearing a Hand .Me
"THINK IT OVER."
We will give,, you the Latest
Style, Perfect Fit and the Nob
biest Assortment of Woolens In
the city. $25 and higher.
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142 South 12th St
F. E. Taylor, formorly professor of hor
ticulture in this university and now a
rosidont of Donvor, called upon the
department of botany last weok. Mr.
Tayjlor is managing a large irrigation
project noar Denyor. i
Thirteen students of forestry spent
soveral days of last week at Halsey,
Nebraska, whoro the government main
tains an experiment station. Profes
sor Phillips and wlfo accompanied the
Ktltnd Tni Mwk
Chancollor AndrewB and Dean Bes
soy havo taken up tho work of filling
tho place made vacant by the resigna
tion of Professor Hoald, Station Botan,;
1st. Tho University authorities regret
Dr. toaId's departure, on account of
his ability. He is to be congratulated
upon securing his good position in the
University of oxas.
Flat Clasp, Garters,
for solid comfort. The newest shades
arid designs of one piece, pure milk
web. - jAll' metal parts heavy nickel
plated brass, canriot rust. 25c. a pair,
all dealers or by mail. ,
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Maker of Pioneer Suspender
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Professor Pniulps Went .to north
Platte last night, to superintend some
experimental work in forestry at the
experiment station there.
R. J. Pool, instructor of botany, has
boon given a scholarship In botany at
the Univorsity of Chicago. Mr. Pool
expects to attend that university dur
ing the summer session.
A. M. Lovy, 07, loft for Washing
ton last week to take a position in the
bureau of transportation of the inter
state commerce commission. Mr. Levy
will entor the Columbia law school
next fall. He was one of our strongest
Intercollegiate debaters for two years.
Charles A. Sunderlin, 'u, has accept
ed a position in tho division of rates
and transportation of tho interstate
commerce commission. Mr. Sunderlin
entered tho Georgo Washington law
school at Washington, D. C, last fall.
He was an intercollegiate debater here
for three years, and at Washington ho
has been selected as one of the six best
debaters at that school, who havo rep
resented other universities In debate
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We're now located in the most
beautiful store in the west.
We handle the finest
in the city Come in and
Lincoln Gaudy Kitchtn
J4th and O So. west Corner
The try-outs for tho University De
bating Squad will bo held In a short
time. Tho -question for the first try
out debate has not been announced,
but Professor Fogg expects to be able
to publish it by tho end of the week.
Cornell faculty has adopted a rule
prohibiting summer baseball. Any
man who plays under an assumed
name, or takes part in a game at
which admission fee is charged-is coh-j
sldered Ineligible for college sports
on the ground of having received compensation.
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. Western Military Academy of Alton,
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P. L. HALL, President
P. K. JOHNSON, Vloo-Presldent
B MAN 0. FOX, Cashier,
Vf. W, HAOKNBY Jr.,'Aa8t, Cashier
The presidents of nine universities
and colleges in tho, state of .Wisconsin
called a meeting,. (,o organize an as
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Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh,
Dr. Hill, 'Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 Ss. 12th.
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