The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 03, 1910, Image 4

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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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DIRECTORY.
Business Directory Ever loynl
University studont Is urged to patron
ise those Nobraslcan advertisers, and
to montlon ttnr Nobraskan whllo do
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BANKS
First Trun fc Savings
BAKERIES
Polsom
DAUBER SHOPS
, Qroon's
BOOK STORES
Coop.
Unlv'cristy
CLEANERS
J. 0 Wood & Co.
' Weber's Sultorlum.
Joe, Tho Tailor. ' "
Ted Marrlner.
ci.OTHINQ
' Farquhar
Magoo & Deomor
Mayer Bros.
Palace Clfttblng Co.
, Spolor & Simon - .
Armstrong Clothing Co. .
COAL
Gregory
Whltobreast
CONFECTIONER
Lincoln Candy Kitchen-
Tommy- ,
Dancing academy
Lincoln
PITTS
DOCTORS
Dr. Cramb
.DRY GOODS
Miller & Paine
Rudgo & Guonzol
DRUGGISTS
Rlggs
ENGRAVERS
cjornell
FLORISTS
C. H. Froy
CIIAPIN BROS.
FURNISHINGS
Budd
Full;
.' Magee & Deemer
, Mayer Bros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudge & Guonzol
Spoler & Slraoa-
Armstrong Clothing Co.
HATTERS
Budd
. Fulk
i Unland
. Armstrong Clothing Co.
Magoo & Deemer
Mayer Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
: Spoler & Simon
ICE CREAM
Franklin Ice Cream Co.
JEWELERS
Hallett
. Tucker
LAUNDRIES
. Evans
OPTICIANS
Shoan
. Howe.
ORCHESTRA
'. Thornburg's.
PHOTOGRAPHERB .
; Townsend
PRINTERS
Simmons v
Van Tlno
RESTAURANTS
; Boston Lunch , "
Cameron's
.) Y, M, C. A. Spa .
SHOES"
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Beckman Bros.
: Budd , ,
Men's Bootery
Rogers & Perkins
Mayer Bros.
Miller & Paine
SHOE REPAIRING
Electric Shoo Store
SKIRTS
, ; Skirt Store
TAILORS
Elliott Bros..
Gregory
ij.Horzog
j Joe, Tho Tailor.
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THEATERS
Oliver
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' -TYPEWRITERS
, Lincoln Typewriter Mr.
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1220 O Street
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PATENTED
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ABSOLUTELY NO BULGE
IF it' a a patented '
MAC-HURDLE
FULL DRESS SHIRT
United Shirt & ColUr Co., (rUt) Troy,N.Y.
Most of the successful
styles appear first in
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COLLARS
15c. each 2 for 25c.
Cluett, Pcabody Se Co., Makers
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GAMES BEING PLAYED
Delta Upsllon Withdraws from the
Schedule.
Tho frnternltlos nro now busy piny
hig off tho serloH of Inter-fratcrnlty
hnskothnll games which were stnrted
Inst month. Tho giuncs muHt he
playod hoforo March 14th, nnd so the
gymnnsluni 1b occupied by the Greeks
ncnrly every day.
More fraternities hnvo entered the
contest than was at first expected.
They aro all showing high Interest
and each Is working hard to win.
Tho following games have been
ployed :
Southern Division.
Beta Theta PI dofeatcd Sigma Nu.
I3ota Thota PI defeated Alpha Tan
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Beta Theta PI defeated Kappa Sig
ma, by default.
Delta Tau Delta defeated Sigma Nu,
Delta Tau Delta defeated Sigma Al
pha Epsllon.
Northern Division.
Phi Kappa Psl defeated Phi Delta
Theta.
Phi Kappa Psl defeated Phi Gamma
Delta.
Phi Kappa Psl dofeatcd Delta Uu
Bilon. Alpha Theta Chi defeated Sigma
Chi. .
Phi Kappa Psl Is In the lead In tho
northern division and Beta Theta PI
leads In tho southern division. Both
of these frntornltles hnve strong
teams and both have good prospects
of winning the games of their respec
tive divisions.
Tho Delta Upsllon fraternity has
cancelled .all of( Its scheduled games.
This will not affect tTio standing of
tho other teams, as the D. U.'s were
In no condition to defeat any of the
leading teams.
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AGRICULTURE
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The "Templo" at tho farm Ih re
ceiving a nlco coat of pretty red
imlut.
The students of tho school of ngrl
culture wll receive a great deal of
henellt and pleasure from tho Dally
Nebrusknn during tho spring months.
It will -rtnlybp-a'fow days now until
tho athletes will commence "basdball
tennis nnd Held stunts of various
Jilndi JEhusc w-lllnll-ho-roor-Ud Jn.
tlic agricultural colhmn.
Notwithstanding that there is a pen
olty of $15 fine for any one climbing
tho US-Loot tower of the stand-pipe at
tho state farm, the tower has beer
mounted to a dizzy height by some ma
Melons person or persons during the
Inky" blackness of a march night and
tho numerals "1910" painted In glar
ing white. Some farm laddies arc
gottlng very bold and the results may
prove dlsastrdtis for some one.
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At the State Kami there are unmis
takable signs of spring. Tho students
during their vacant hours aro play
ing hall and lounging on' the Bunny
side of tho buildings. It .Is a notice
able fact that students are of two
classes ono class, when tho spring
WQuther comes on, nro always ener
getic, the other class seem to hnvo
that tired -feeling that Imb been Avlth
them durlng-tlm-longj-inonths of win
ter. Professor Pugsley will make a talk
on "The Testing of Seed Corn" ho?
fore tho Beatrice Commercial Club on
npxt Saturday. He will take with
him some corn alroady gormlnnted,
and hoJniB nsked tho club to prcparo
a germinating box and to havo on
hnml'somo seed corn which will ho
used for demonstration purposes-. A
great deal of lntorest has boon shown
throughout tho stnto In this important
phase of heavy crop production, tho
sowing of good, healthy, strong seed.
This one Item alone, tho testing of
tho vitality of tho seed corn, If prop
erly looked nftor will mean many more
bushels of corn to our farmers nnd
consequently many more dollars for
I this great -agricultural state of oura.
This money can ho spent for educa
tlonnl- purposes.
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