The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 12, 1908, Image 4
nmninmimmiiH,mLJBlJWIW THE DAILY NBBRA8KAN r UU if A. G. SPALDING s BROS. Tlio Largest Manufacturers In the World of OFFICIAL ATHLETIC 8UPPLIE8 1 Base Ball, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey Olltclnl Implements for Track nnd Field Sports IT Uniforms for All Sports Spalding's Handsomely Illus- tratod Catalogue of all sportB contains numerous suggestions. Bond for It. It's free. A. G. SPALDING & IROS. Now York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boaton, .Baltimore, Washington, St. Jtouis, Pittsburg, Buffalo, Syracuse, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Minneapo lis, Now Orleans, Denver. Montreal. AwC f j The alrls.'are, wearing, mighty fine Tailored Suits this Spring. "DO YOU THINK" They want to spend their money for Tailored-' Suits and go with afellow wearing a Hand Me Down 8ult. "THINK IT OVER." We will give you the Latest' Style, Perfect Fit and the Nob blest Assortment of Woolens In the city. $25 and higher. Elliott Bros., Tailors 142 8outh 12th St. LINCCLH DANCIN6 ACADEMY -1134 N Bt.- Social nights Mon. and Frid., 8 to 11 Beginner's night-Wodnosday, 8 to 11 UNI. STUDENT'S BSPBCI ALLY INVITED '--SELECT CRQWD- SUN NO. 2 RIBBONLESS No. 2 No. a No. tt $40.00 $75.00 $100.00 A. B. Chapman, 141 St. 13th Beckrhan Bros. Fine shoes. 1107 O. sL Have. you' seen tho Japanese cloison ne vase In tho Unl. Boole Store? .BSW aWr aBl i a BOYS 5AT EA8Y VICTORY. Continued From Pago 1.) first; Coventry, Kansas, .second. Holght, 10 foot. High Jump Knode, Nebraska, and Parker, Kansas, tied at 5 foet 8 inches. . Broad Jump Perry, Nebraska, first; Martindcll, Kansas, second. Distance, 22 feet 2 Inches. 8hot Put Collins, Nebraska, first; Colin, Kansas, second. Distance, 37 feet Va. Inch. Hammer Collins, Nebraska, first; Prlngle, Kansas, second. Distance, 1.14 feet 6 inches. Discus Collins, Nebraska, ' first; Drake, Kansas, second. Distnncc, 115 feet 6 Ms inches. Mile Relay AVon by Kansas. The toamB were: Kansas, Martindell, Young, Priest and Dennis; Nebraska, McDonald, Perry, Mueller and Burke. Total, Nebraska C8; Kansas, 49. The meet at Wesloyan between the Wesleyan 'varsity team and the Ne braska Freshmen was much more closely contested. The rosults were: 8hot Put Underwood, first; Kline; second; Hawley, third (all of Wes leynn). Distance, 35 foot 11 inches. Ditcus Kline, Wesloyan, first; Pe troshek, Nebraska, second; Bowers, Nebraska, third. Distance, 101 feet. Pole Vault Russell, Nebraska, first; Holtz, Nebraska,. second; Clark, Wesleyan, third. Height, 9 feet. Hammer Petroshek, Nebraska, first; Bowers, Nebraska, second; Kline, Wesleyan, third. Distance, 111 feet 4 Inches. . High Jump Russell, Nebraska, first; Isham, Wesleyan, second; Un derwood, Wesleyan, third. Height, 5 feet'l inch. Broad Jump Mickey, Wesleyan, first; Reed, Nebraska, second; Amos, Wesleyan, third. Distance. 20. feet 11 inches. 120-yard Hurdles McDavl'tt, Ne braska, first; Isham, Wesleyan, sec ond. Tlmo, 18. 100-yard Dash Anderson, Wesloyan, first; Fordyce, Wesloyan, second; McVey, Wesleyan, third. Time, 10 2-5. One-mile Run Beck, Wesleyan, first; Votnw, Nebraska, second; Mo- leek, Nebraska, third. Time, 5:08. 220-yard Dash Keed, Nebraska, first; Anderson, Wesleyan, second; Fordjce, Wesleyan, third. Time, 24 seconds. 220-yard Hurdles Russell, Nebras ka, first; ""McDavltt, Nebraska, sec ond; Amos, Wesloyan, third. Time, 29 seconds. ' 440-yard Dwh George, Nebraska, first; McVey, Wesleyan, second; An derson, Wesleyan, third. -Time, Go .seconds. Half Mile Beck, Wesloyan, first; Isham, Wesleyan, second; Trump, Ne braska, third. Time, 2:11. Half-mile Relay Won by Nebraska. Total, Nebraska, 63; Wesleyan, 59. The French departments the Unl-. verslty will present as its eighth an nual play, "Les -Vivncltes du Capi talnc Tie." Minnesota has been delaying . the work on her new engineering build ing until suitable plans for a larger campus have been adopted. Governor Johnson is receiving n boost for , president by the Democrat, of Washington and . Leo University, the only college democratic weekly in tho South. Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser, for chiropody. IVY DAY TOMORROW. (Continued From Pngo 1.) sponded to the assessments fairly well, but the Freshmen and Sopho more classes have not yet bought many tickets. Today, from ten o'clock until six, these tickets will be on sale on the campus and it is up to mem bers of all four classes to see that they have these in their possession The scheme must have financial sup port and this is not now sufficiently in sight. Seniors who have paid their assefcsmtnt can secure their tickets at these places of sale without fur ther charge. Detailed programs, with copies of the class song, "Scarlet and Cream," and tho cast of the play will be glvon out tomorrow morning. These- should be kept all day. Tho day should bo made a really worthy Institution and should be thoroughly representative of the University, in asmuch as faculty members as well as students are expected to attend. Recital for Graduation. Floss Denny, of the University School of . Music, pupil of Henry Barnes, will give a recital for gradua tion next Tuosdny evening, May 12th, at 8 oclock, at the University Temple Theater. The public is cordially in vited The following is the program: Organ Fantasie and "Fugue, G minor (Transcribed by Diszt) Bach Etudes In F, E and G Flat Major Chopin Concert Study ( Waldesrauschen) . . Liszt If I Were a Bird" Hanselt "Evening in the Mountains," Op. 08 Grieg Symphonic Studies, Op. 13.. Schumann Concerto, No. 5, E Flat Major . . '. Beethoven Allegro. Adagio uii poco nioto. Rondo. (Orchestral Parts on Second Piano) Zoological Club. The Zoological Club will meet at 8 p. m., Tuesday 'evening, May 12, 1908, In tho Zoological Lecture Room. The following Is the program: Development of the Water Mites, bj C. D. Soar and others. Reviewed by. Ruth Marshall. On the Structure of the Gordius larva, by Sch'epotleff. Reviewed by George R. La Rue. Visitors cordially-welcome to the meetings of the club. An active campaign in favor of' a course in journalism has-been started at the University of Minnesota: The Dally -Prlncetonlan has .an nounced Its support to tho candidacy of Judge Gray, Princeton, '59, of Dele ware, as their candidate for the presi dency. Cameron's lunch counter 1.23 So. 12. Why not take your hath at Chris' bath house, Eleventh and P streets? Clements' photos are the best. Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh., Eat at Slam's. C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St. Marshall, students' barber. Corner Thirteenth and O under Famous. Yard-O, the handy stationery. Dalrymplo's dainty delicacies. Dr. Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.. Chapin Bros., florists, 127 Ss. 12th. BUSINESS DIRECTORY!! 11 . . Xvarf Lojrul Unlvaralty Stadaat U 1 argad f patroalae thaaa Ifabrai 2 ka adfartfaara, aad ta aaaatlea T tao paper whlia dolag ao. t t t ATHLETIC GOODS Lawlor Cycle Co. BANKS First Trust and Savings. Central National. BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Pe try. BARBER SHOPS Grnd Contral, Green's Shops, Marshall, EmmerL BATH HOUSE Chris'. BOOK STORES Co-op; . Lincoln; University. CAFE Savoy, Windsor, Sams, .Dons, Buds. CLEANERS Wood. CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Matt's Place BUSINESS COLLEGES Lincoln Bus iness College. CLOTHING Farquhar; Mageo & Deemer; Mayer Bros,; Sterling. COAL Gregory; Whltobreaat CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin coin Candy Kitchen; Olympia Candy Co., Rood, Hirschner-Morse, Fqls.om. DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'. DENTISTS-Graham, Yungblut, J. R. - Davis, Hill.' ' ' . ' DRY GOODS Herpohroelmer; Miller & Paine. DRUGGISTS Rlggs. j FLORISTS Chapin; C. H. Prey. FURNISHINGS Budd; Mageo ft DeemerMayerBri)B.f Steriiag.-O. A. Fulk GROCERD38 Capital Grocery. . ' HAIR DRESSER Mrs. J. C. Bell. HATTERS Budd, HoUey. Lincoln Hat Co., O. A. Fulk. JEWELERS Tuckor; Hallet. KEYS-r-Taorp. LAUNDRIES Evans ; Merchants ; LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom. Dalrymple,. Hlrschnex-Morse. OPTICIAN8 Hallett; 4Myors; "Shean. PHOTOGRAPHS Blazolc, Hayden, Townsend, Clements. PRINTERS Georgo Bros.; Simmons. REAL ESTATE Humphrey. RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch; Buds; Camorons; Church; Climax; Dons; Dickinsons: Francis Bros.; Sams; Windsor ;, Slam's., SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per- tHr8 RnmTnrnnn i TADLORS Backstrom; Dresher; El liott; Heffley; Herzog; Ludwlg; Scotch Wollen .Mills, Union College Tailors. TELEGRAPH S C H O d Ir-Western Telegraph School. THEATERS Lyric, Majestic, Oliver. TYPEWRITERS Underwood, Sun. UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN. Friday, May 15. 8:00 p. m. Temple Theater. Y. M. C. A. Minstrel. Write on Yard-O. PayYour SUBSCRIPTION Tr . AND KEEP THE OFFICE CAT FAT irx.rv'- -A n'j . X ' t ' - - ' mf"