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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1908)
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Social nights Mon. and Frid., 8 to 11
Boginnor's night, Wednesday, 8 to 11
UNI, STUDENTS ESPECIALLY INVITED
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first; Bauman, Nebraska, second.
Polo Vault Strone, Minnesota,
first; McM asters, Nebraska, second.
Height, 10 feet.
Shot Put Collins, Nebraska, first;
Patten, Nebraska, second. Distance,
30 feet 5Vfe inches.
High Jump Hamll, Nebraska, flrBt;
Knode, Nebraska, second. Height, 5
feet u Inches.
Hammer Throw Collins, Nebraska,
first; Ostrand, Minnesota, second.
Distance, 132 feet.
Broad Jump Perry, Nebraska, first;
Harmon, Minnesota, second. Distance,
Discus ColllnB. Nebraska, first;
Pntton, Nebraska, Becond. Distance,
108 feet Fi inches.
In the tennis matches with Kansas
at the Country Club yesterday after
noon, Nebraska did not fare so well.
Three of the six matches to bo played
wore finished yesterday and the others
will bo played this morning. Yester
day's matches resulted as follows:
Eaton, Kansas, beat Young, Nebras
ka, 6-1, 6-0, 6-0.
Plerson, Kansas, beat Slaughter, Ne
braska. 6-1, 8-6, 6-4.
Watson. Kansas, beat Richey, Ne
braska, 6-1, 6-2, 6-0.
The Kansas players were obviously
more experienced and the outcome
was not unlooked for. Eaton doubt
leas played the strongest game for
the visitors, but Watson Is a wonder in
covering his court and In his careful
use of the "Lawfoi 1" stroke.
Tho remaining match in singles be
tween Er8klno, Nebraska, and Weaver
ling, Kansas, and also the two matches
In doubles between Eaton and Plerson,
Kansas, and Flower and Rlchoy, Ne-
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Woavorling, Kansas, and Young and
uucuiuy, iNjjurubiui, win uu puiyuu ui
the Country Club this morning. It Is
also probable that Young and
Slaughter will play off the flnalB of
tho University singles tournament at
When you got tired cramming for
examinations, road the article in the
"Independent" on the "Mistletoe."
fPntiTlniinri liVnm Pica 11 fr
ing secretary for Miss Vibbard. At
tho close of the business meeting held
after supper a short farewell fellow
ship meeting was" hold.
The tie that binds together young
women who are working for God,
binds hearts very closely and it was
felt at this meeting.
Carrie G. Schultz gooB out Into Y.
W. C. A. 'work; the other girls into
teaching or just to remain at home.
Nellie Ludden and Maud Cauger will
teach Bible classes at the University
next year. It is thought that Maud
Cauger may devote considerable time
to tho Bible study work as Bible study
Maud Redington, who has been in
association work this past year, was a
most welcome guest at this farewell
Tho Y. W. C. A. colors next year
will bo royal blue and white and It Is
urged that every Y. W. C. A. girl wear
the colors, thus making It possible for
now girls to fool free to approach
All members, are urged to come back
to the University not later than Fri
day of registration week Thursday if
possible and help in the work of
making someone else happy and mnk
lng the now girls feel that Nebraska
Unlvers'ty Js the best place for good
fellowship they were ever In.
Eat at Slam's.
C. H. Prey, florist. 1133 O St.
Why not take your hath at Chrs'
bath house. Eleventh and P streets?
Lost Ladies' gold watch, engraved
with initials L. W. L. Wilke, 'phono
MUST BE SOLD
Our large stock of Pennants and
Discount 20 Per Cent
We need the moneyyou want
the goods. Get first choice by
coming TODAY. ::::::
10 Days Sale Today is the 3rd Day
The University Book Store
D. B. GILBERT, Manager
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