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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1908)
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THE GREAT KELTER
Great Novelty Bounding Wire Act
JOHN J. WILDE
A Real Novelty
German Musical Comedian
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In the Nautical Burletta
"THE GOOD UHIP NANCY LEE"
Stowaway Chas. Gllroy
Captain Nausea Maurice Haynes
A first-class passenger. ... .
.' , . . . Kitty Montgomery
The Frog Man
In His Scenic Production, "A Frog's
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Sixth Bout Smith dofoatod Rut
ledge. Seventh Bout Farrow defeated
Eighth Bout Petersen defeated
Ninth Bout MoorehouBe defeated
Tenth Bout Vlllars defeated Jef
fords. Eleventh Bout Petersen defeated
Twelfth Bout Farrow defeated
Thirteenth Bout Moorehouse de
Fourteenth Bout Smith defeated
Fifteenth Bout Smith defeated
Sixteenth Bout Vlllars defeated
Qualified for the finals: Farrow,
Petersen, Vlllars and Smith.
First Bout Petersen defeated Vll
lars. Second Bout Farrow defeated
Third Bout Farrow deTeatedPeler
sen. Fourth Bout Smith deloated Vll
lars. Fifth Bout Smith defeated Peter
sen. Sixth Bout Farrow defeated Vll
lars. Farrow, first, three bouts; Smith,
second, two bouts; Petersen, third,
one bout; Vlllars, fourth, no bouts.
Y. W. C. A. AT CASCADE.
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Day exercises, In which each delega
tion does its particular stunt. Of
course Nebraska's stunt Is always the
The average expense for the whole
trip is from $45 to $50. No college
girl who can possibly go can afford to
miss attending one of these confer
ences. The Worries "of Childhood.
It must be a terrible thing to be a
child nowadays. Overwhelmed with
warnings and restrictions, they must
not play with earth or sand, because
these might contain the bacilli of
phthisis, typhoid or tetanus; they must
not play with other children, for fear
pf contagious diseases; their food is
weighed; they are even forbidden fo
llow anyone to kiss them. This ml
crobophobla Is absurd. Vienna Pam
Will Loan Money to Farmers.
The Transvaal government, through
the medium of a land bank that Is be
ing opened, is about to lend approxi
mately 112,000,000 to the farmers of
the country to enable them to pur
chase modern agricultural machinery
To Keep Him In Trim.
"I visited the tome of Sankold, the
celebrated contortionist, the other day,
and I must say he has installed one
very peculiar feature."
"And what might that be?"
"He has his bed built In the form
of an upper berth."
Suits and O'coats
NO MORENO LESS
World's Brsatast Tailors
I' I'M aBMK3S3 r I II I
J. F. GREGORY, Hanigcr and Cutter
LIbciIi Iraich, (45 So. I3tb St.
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Jack Best wishes everyone to empty
his locker before leaving school. All
lockers not opened and cleaned out
before the close of school will bo
broken Into and the contents de
stroyed. Lost Ladles' gold watch, engraved
with Initials L. W. L. Wilke, 'phone
Clements' photos are tlie best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house. Eleventh and P streets?
All persons who do not get the 1908
Cornhusker which they ordered be
fore school Is out will have the book
sent to. them and a sight draft drawn
on them for the price of the book and
the express charges. All books to be
gotten at the Unl. Book Store.
HUBERT O. BELL,
v Business Manager.
MUST BE SOLD
Our large stock of JPennants and
Discount 20 Per Cent
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We need the money you want
the goods.' Get first choice fey
coming TODAY. :
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The University Book Store
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AUTO 48 COLLEGE VIEW
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Dr. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Send In your news Items to the
Go to MrsJ. 0, Bell, hairdresser,
Chapln BroB., florists, 127 So. 12th.
All Seniors must secure their tickets'
Thursday at 11 a. m., Library Build
ing. Pay your assessment and secure
four tickets to-the play.
Eat at Elam8.
All students In Field Geology 5 who
have not made the trip to Milford will
do so on Saturday, May 30, leaying
Lincoln at 7 o'clock on the Burl.'ngton,
returning at noon. G. E. CONDRA.
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