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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1909)
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;0. SPALDING & BROS.
Lars sit ManuftcUrer r In the
A of Implements aai Urtttefitts
H whit yw psrchiti
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Spaldiug'aMew Spring' " Al
and Summer jgog r A
Catalogue, comglete . r 101(1
edition, 144 pager ' --T .
about 2000 Illustrations, n A rr
etc. i 3 'McWU
Copy mailtd to any address vn
receipt of request
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
147 Wubnsh Avo.VOhtcago, 'ill, '
Pf L. HALL, PrCjdsat
W. B. JOHNBON, Vlce-PTeIaei
BEMAK a IOX, OMhltr
W. W. sUOKNKY Jr., Asi. Oukki
Fine Lino Pound
10th St N 8ta
IS1h & 0 Sts.
Only Commercial Stato. Bank in
I Established 1001
Glasses of Soda' Water
told and drank from our 20th Century
Banitary Soda Fountain season 1008.
Agency Huylors, Gunthors and Lown
eye Chocolates and Bonbons.
Th Drug Cwtttr.
(PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER81
Do Your Washing
All Makes of Second-
$ hand Typewriters sold,
rented, or exchanged.
I ($nderwood Typewriter
Co., 714 P St., Both Phones.
,; J, All makes retitoa vrua aiana
5k per mouui.
Bargains In Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
;he first trust
& SAVINGS BANK.
ii.avmir biii ahmvvmi
yy iiJl tsftj p i
317 SO. I3TH STREET
PROGRAM BY JUNIORS
CUA80 QIVEN THE CONVOCATION
MUCH MUSICAL TALENT SHOWN
NOTHING OF HUMOROU8 NATURE
Every Number Well Received by
Those Present Program Lasts
Considerably Over the Hour
8et for Convocation.
Tho convocation yesterday morning
was given over to the Junior class for
their annual program. The meeting
was presided over by S. A. Mfeihood,
chairman of the convocation commit
tee, who in IiIb introduction expressed
himself ns bping woll pleased with
the change in tho relations of tho
classes from their old time destruc
tive rivalry to a moro friendly rivalry
which boded well for tho development
of tf real university spirit and inter
est. ThiB program differed wldoly from
those of past years. No effort was
mado to put In anything of a humor
ous nnture, but it consisted of music
and solo work. Tho program was
given as announced and was received
with every expression of approval.
The nttendanco was large and but few
left until the program was concluded,
notwithstanding the ract tnat it was
over tbe hour.
Parts Well Given.
Each Individual part was woll
given and nil wero enthusiastically re
ceived. The program as rendered was
Piano "Caprice Espngnol"
MIbs Ethel- Burkett.
Voice "Abide With Me" Uddle
Mr. D. D. Plumb.
Violin "Sixth Afr" De BerloT
Miss Hedwlg Jneggl. Q v
Voice "Summer" Chammenad
Miss Edna Harrison.
Flutt "Lora" J. Domerssoman
Miss Eleanor Barbour.
Selection Junior Male Quartette
Messrs. Yates, Mason, Hoffman,
P. W. Evans, 1909, lias been appoint
ed -a teacher In tho Petersburg, Nebr.,
15,,,. XU A Watch is the IDEAL
DUy a WatCh Graduation Gift. A
Howard Watch is the finest practical time piece
in the world. A' full line here $35.00 to $150.00.
Est. 1871. HALLETT,
Minnie Kaufman, lady trjck cyclist,
heiuls tlo bill for the Idst veolC of
the Benson of 1908-QP rt tho Majes
tic. She Is without doubt tho best
performer, male or lomnlo, who has
appeared In this city thls year.
Closely crowding MIsb 'Kaufman for
difficulty .of feats nnd clqvorncss is
"Chlnlto," a wonderful juggler. Ho
works rapidly and does tricks that are
certainly skilful. ,,r " $ '
West and Gerard score successfully
cit overy performance. They aro high
class singers. "Glow-worm'' Jb well
Vendered, . -k s
M Wt iV Ik
The MlUer muslcnl four, playing
various Instruments? are a strong
feature of tho bill. .
Frank and Gertrude Faye, black
faced comedy, hdvo scored Beveral
times at each appearance this week.
Interpolations by the male halt of tho
couplet plenso everybody.
The bill is rounded out with tho
B 1 nr il
MAY HOLD A RlFLE MATCH.
Outdoor Meet Being Arranged for the
- ' j Western Schools.
There is a strong probability that
a "Western Rifle Match" will be bold
at either American Lnko or Monterey,
Col during Juno, this match corres
ponding to tho national Intercollegiate
rifle shooting match which will bo
held at Soaglrt. Now Jersey, at the
same time. Tho movement in behalf
of such a shooting match for woBtern
colleges Is being forwnrded by the
commandants of the military schools
at Berkeley, Nevada, Utah, O. A. C,
Idaho, Montant, tho Talma Pals Mili
tary School near San Franncnlsco, and
other western schools that maintain
departments In military tactics.
The idea of holding a western match
was suggested by the difficulty which
western schools experience in Bending
their champion teamB to Seagirt, New
Jorsoy, to participate in tho intercol
legiate outdoor rifle match which is
annually hold thore.
Tho Stato College team of Wash
ington already has the championship
of colleges and universities of the
United -States on indoor ranges, but
to win tho outdoor championship it
will bo nocessary for tho team to go
to Seagirt, which will Involve much
expense. Tho schools mentioned above
hope to be able to bring about the
holding of the western meet, which
will enable tho determining of a
championship on outdoor ranges with?
Iput the gieat expense of a trip to New
W. H. Sncll, '73, has retired from
tho position of Judge of the supremo
court in Washington and has gone to
Europe for a season of rest nnd recre
ation. Warren Loree, '80, Is Instructor in
mathematics In the high school at
Long Beach, Cal.
H. K. Wolfe, '80, has been appointed
head professor of philosophy In tho
Herbert W. Olmstead. '84, Is em
ployed in tho Bureau of Pensions,
Washington, D. C. Air. Olmstead is
a member of tho bar of tjie supreme
court of the District of Columbia.
Hans C. Peterson, '90, who is head
of the department of English, Crane
Technical High School, Chicago, 111.,
liveB at 1840 Lexington St.
E. P. Brown, '92, made a splendid
record in the sonate, reflecting honor
I upon Lancaster county.
M,essrs. C. M. Sklles, '92, and u.' ai.
Harris, '97, are partners at law In
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Cash must accompany all orders for
warjt sdt, at, th, rate of 10 ent per
Insertion for every fifteen", words or
fraction thereof for the first inser
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Insertions 40 cents.
FOR nKNTHrSVHl rent our hall for
parties pn Mon., Tues., Tliur.s. and
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cycle'at 25 per cent ttlacbunt- Inquire
at Nebraskan office.
"tlrOST No. 1G Waterman fountain
pen. Please return to Nebraskan of
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LOST An osteology notebook
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