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EWorld of ImplemBhUand Uniforms
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Spaldiug's Netu Spring
idition) i44 pages;
about uooo Illustrations,
Copy mailed to any address on
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A. G. Spalding & Bros.
$147 Wabash Axp?,.qhlcago, ,jil.
r'THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
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UNI SMOKE HbUSE
1138 O Btroot
tl SO POPULARc
We matt V specialty of fancy
creasta, sherbet, ioea and punch
for fh and Bomitj Parties.
Auto 1181 Bell 205
1118 N Street
riiMM'jrt V'ok.'ki'm it
:'' We are going out of the
I" Retail Business. Every
i thing less than cost.
1220 0 Street
'DANCE PROGRAMS-BANQUET MENUS
IMMONS, THE 1ORINTER
317 SO. I3TH SXREET
f . Embossing
Fine Lino Pound
18th & N Bta
ii All makes rntodrtu stand
;, ' S3 Per Month.
1 Barsaina In Railt Machine.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
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JO. H, Frey, florist v,li'38 O 8t.
Harry Porter! He has It. 1123 O St.
Men's BboloryTwolfth and P Sts;
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 80.
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tn nntntmn Mnndnv f2
Chabin Bros., florists, 127 So. Thlrr
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist,
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T. E. .Miller, .1911, spont a few days
lriBt week at IiIh home in . Ashland,
Nebr. ' 4 , - k
Dalryniple'H (iuhllty Shop'. Thir
teenth and N. "
Bronze oxfords at Men's ''Bootory,
Twelfth and P streets. '
Tho momborB of tho Gorman club
will meet Friday evening with .Mis8
The. 'best lunch in the, city. Y. M.
The frebraskan will sell K S60 whaol
for 2f.i Do you "wast it? ''
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H. R. Ankony, ox-1911, of Tobias,
Nobr., spent n few days on the cam
pus this' week.
New spring styles In footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St,
If you want a bicycle call at the No-
braskan office. A $50 wheel for $26.
R. M. BerqulBt, 1908, was a campuB
visitor Saturday afternoon. Mr: Ber-
quist, b ln.buslneQS.Jn South' Omaha,
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P Btreota?
A Bargain Remington typewriter,
with sheet-Iron cover. Both In excel
lent condition. Only $27. S. H. Rlker,
1423 Q streot.
Select School of Dancing, Lincoln
Brooches, collar-pins, belt-pins
make smart, but Inexpensive gradu
Dutch collar pins in many -new
Est 1871. HALLETT,
Academy, new loqatlon, 1124 N,. Auto
The senior finance, committee will
meet In U 109, Wednesday at 5:00 p.
m. All mombers are urged to be pres
ent to turn In reports.
Have you seen Townsend's sorority
panel. New, most artistic and in
expensive. , 6t
The paper bound Invitations have ar
rived and will be distributed in the
Cornhusker office today by Guy Mat
tlBon and Yale Holland.
Seniors should pay their play dues
and get tickets at the . Library, Tues
days and Thursdays, eleven to twelve.
Yosterday morning thojregulart
classes in tho college' ofc' lawwor.
completed and this morning the final
examinations in that college jwlll be
commenced, ' 'I t '
The Cornhusker rate on pletures la
good until the close of the semester.
Order duplicates early, Townsend. 6t
Vern Culver, '1909, of Albion, Nebr.,
will leavo Immediately afl,or ho gradu
ates for Now York City, whore ho will
'Seniors who toslre pictures wlthV;ThMBponsln;'Byger iJybfllM
out can and down are entitled to the onBalo May 2G.
Cornhuikor rato until close" of semes
ter. Townaohdl Ct.
Chancellor Avery entertained Mon
day noonnt tho Llndoll hotel In hon
or of Dr. Tschormnk of the Vienna
College of Agriculture. About fifteen
university and college of agriculture
professors wore In attendance.
All cadets should,'plan to attond tho
morning performance of the senior
play, June 8. Tickets can bo obtainod
at tho. Library, Tuesdays and Thurs
days, ovolon to twolvo.
The members of the freshman law
claBs held their last class meeting of
the. presont year, yesterday morning
nt 10 o'clock In the lecture room.
Some business was transacted, and it
was decided that tho class would pay
a vlBlt to Dean Coatlgan In a body
some time this week.
. Wanted College men of the "live
wlro variety, who earnestly deslro to
make money during the vacation, per
iod. A pre-eminently legitimate oppor
tunlty to make from $500 to $5,000.
State your homo town, and address
Earl W. Donaho, U. of I., '08, No. 935,
Tho Rookery, Chicago.
The clasB In rhetoric 1G will hold a
vory Interesting debate this afternoon
The Question under tllBCUBsion will be
"Should a federal board bo appointed
to regulate all tho Insurance compan
ies, In this country. The nfurmutlve
will be supported by Tnul Yates and
George Thomas, while the negative
will be uphold by A. M Oborfelder and
J. A. S(otney.
Unusual rivalry has developed be
tween the members of the cndet com
panies of the first battalion, and overy
company la doing all that is possible
to advance their chances towards win
ning tho annual competitive drill of
the first battalion. Company B held
their regular drill atfctho State farm
last' evening, andcomjjiny .C wont to
tho Vine street ball park to be able to
drill on the sod, In preference to the
pavement which It Is necessary to use
If drill is held at the university cam
pus. Captain Worklzer, commandant
of cadets, has declared that never be
fore has the Interest in drill been so
high previous to the competitive drill,
as far hs individual Interest Is con
cerned ns this year.
and novel designs.
A diamond ring, the ideal gift.
Special values at $15.00, $25.00,'
Reg. Optometrist 1143 O
A De Pauw professor has advised
students to get away from society,
to room alone, and to study and medi
tate alono, In orde,r to develop their
At Wisconsin the freshman class, is
taking stepB to arrange for freshman
caps for the 1913s. They wl)l ask
the sophomore and junior classes to
approve of their action.
Miss Mary A., Blood, of Columbia
school of expreslson of Chicago read
"The Servant in. the House," at Do
Pauw last Monday night for the ben
efit of the senior class.
How? about' the" suhtmo? daysif Do
you wahrttizturHthlBm infaraoqey)
- 'Wo iiave the 'propdsltibnthat writ
enable you to do It If you are. willing
sera this summer to introduce The
Housokeopef with h big premium of
fer. Good, clean, profitable work, and"
suitable for men or women. By writ
ing now you can get your choice 'of
territory. You- can make from $15.00
to $20,00 por week. For full particu
lars address Superintendent of Agents.
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Tho senior Invitations are being dis
tributed at Purdue.
' The spring tennis tourqament has
opened nt Syracuse. .
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Michigan dedicated the new dental
building last, Friday.
Tho 1910 HaWkoyes Wore put on
sale at Iowa last Tuesday.
Basket ball has been dropped from
the curriculum at Harvard.
A freshman Inter-sororlty society
has been organized at' Minnesota.
Mlnnesotn will probably put a water
polo team In the "tank" next yea
A senior has been chosen May queen
at Grlnnell. She was crowned on May
Spring football practlco at Iowa Is
developing some good punting mater
ial. The new Syracuse gymnasium !b
fully ready for use, all the apparatus
being set up.
Iowa tennis plnyers are trying to get
permission to play some outside
games this year.
At Minnesota the cnginerlng build
ing will be the flrHt one put up on
the new campus.
The Tech Is criticising tho students
at the Boston Institution for not get
ting out for tho track team.
Brown University has received $100
to be used in tho purchase of books
dealing with Latin America.
The Syracuse Dally Orange Is crit
icising the students there for not
supporting the baseball team.
At De Pauw next year all the stu
dents will tnk two hours of lecture
and pno of workjn physical, trainings
All electioneering was suppressed
at the recent election for officers of
the athletic association at Syracuse.
The regents, of the University of
Minnesota have Just granted n Vaca
tion of one week for Easter next year.
Northwesternis now engineering
building was dedicated May 21. Pres
ident Harris conducted tho ceremonies.
Fourteen De Pauw seniors have been
elected to Phi Beta Kappa. TIiIb Is
one-fifth of the membership of the
The Washington crews were shaken
up'reqently. Tho freshman eight was
dissolved and the second varsity re
stored. The annual ihterscho)astlc declara
tion contest was hold It Syracuse re
cently;1 Thirteen institutions were
The Michigan underclasses held
their tug-of-war and bag fight re
cently. It Is .said to require some pull
to make the teams.
Spring football practice has ended
at Cornell. This is said to bo tho
first time the spring work has had
any definite results.
Claim is made at De Pauw that tho
athletic field is too small, and that
more ground should be bought and
ised for 'tlie purpose.
Mortar Board, the senior girls' so-
ciQty'at Wisconsin has established a
scholarship- of $100 to bo granted
each year to a junior girl.
Norman Hackett conducted one re
her,sal of -''Tcmi .Never Can Tell," at
Washington recently. The play is be
ing put on by the junior class.
Tho Brown Herald Is advocating
social features in connection with the
class meetings to Increase. the atton-T
dance and the interest in" class af-
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Made with "Easy Tie
K One of 100.
All Makes of Second'
hand Typewriters sold,
tented, o r exchanged.
Co., 14 P St., Beth Pmris.
Farmers and Merchants
Bank 15th & 0 Sts.
Only. Commercial State Bank in
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FOR RENT Will rent our hall fo
parties on Mon., Tues., Thurs. and
Fridays at 1132 N; on Tues. and'
Thurs. at 1124 N. Lincoln Dancing
Academy, Auto 4477. i
FOR SALE-A new $50 bicycle fori
$25. See Nebraskan manager. 122-tf;
LOST AND FOUND:' '
LOST Silk watch fob'tuj'tf ch'arml
wlthJEng. Soc. and Dramatic 'Club plnal
on it. Reward. H; lV." Loltott. ''Autpl
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