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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
uilnen Directory Every loyal
Unlvorslty Btudont Is urged to patron
ise those Nebraskan advertisers, and
to montlon tho Nobraskan while do
First Truac fc Savings
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Mngoo & Doomer
Palace Clothing Co.
8polor & 8lmon
AripBtrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Dr. Cramb ,
Miller & Paine
Rudgo & Guenzel
C. H. Froy
Magoe & Dcemer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guenzel
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Ce.
Mageo & Deomer
Mayor Bros, y
Palaco Clothing Co.
Bpplcr & Simon
Franklin Ico Cream Co.
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Y. M. C. A. Spa
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Buckmun Bros? I
Rogers & Perkliii
Miller & Paine
Electric Shoe Storo ' .
Elliott Bros. '
Gregory : ".
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A Mr. Radcllffo from tho Oklahoma
Exporlmont Station has just ontorod
tho agricultural courso in tho unlver
sity. For his master's degrob Mi.
Radcllffo will do work in tho oxpori-
mental agronomy dopartmont
Thoro soomB to bo an opldomlo of
grlppo, or somo Blmllar dlsoaso, lurk
ing around Exporlmont Station hall.
Dr. Alway and family have bcon sick
for a wook or two, Prof. Barbor has
not boon ablo to moot flomo of his
clasBCB, and Prof. Hopt was sick for
about a week. All aro improving at
tho present time.
Much timo at tho farm is being
spont in playing ball thoso sunny
spring days. Tho clasB toams aro get
ting rapidly organized and several hot
contests will soon bo pulled off. Tho
school team will bo plckod In a fow
days, which will moot Cotnor, Wos
loyan, Lincoln Business Collogo and
tho Nobraska Military Acadomy.
Mr. Fritz Korr, formorly of tho ox
porlmont station of Fort Collins, Colo.,
has boon appolntod suporlntondont of
tho now oxporlmont station In Scotts
Bluff county. Tho station, which will
bo eltauted botwoon Mitchell and
ScottB Bluff, will bo operated undor
tho reclamation service of tho United
States dopartmont of agrlculturo and
tho Nobraska station. Tho land for
this work has boon furnlshod by tho
dopartmont of tho lntorlor.
In tho experimental agronomy de
partment thoro aro twonty-fivo differ
ent oxporlmonts being worked upon.
Sovon different men who aro working
upon thoso oxporlmonts moot anco a
wook with tho hoad of tho department,
Prof. Montgomery, to discuss tho vari
ous problems coming up In this lino of
work and to drawconcluslons. LaBt
night at thelrbgular mooting Carl
Chaso, 'lOgavo a report upon tho ex
perimental work which ho has boon
carrying in regard to tho results from
Jnbroedlng and broad-brooding corn.
Many of tho graduates of tho school
of agrlculturo, now In tho unlvorslty,
aro assisting In tho various depart
ments at tho Btato farm. Among hose
may bo n6ted Schogron in tho farm
machinery department, Gramllch and
Quiver !n-thonnlmal- husbandry-department,
Huntor In tho dairy dopnrt
mon, Young and Bockhoff In tho Bolls,
and Chaso In tho Hold crops. A num
ber who havo finished both tho school
and collego aro now profossors In tho
collogo of agrlculturo and two nro
hoadB of departments.
At tho mooting of tho western grain
growers, hold In Lincoln on Wednes
day of this week Prof. Montgomory
gavo an address on tho present status
of Beed corn In tho state. Tho asso
ciation adopted tho following resolu
"Resolved That wo tho grain deal
ors of Nobraska assomblcd at Lin
coln, this second day of March, 1010,
under, tho auspices pf tho Wostern
Grain Dealers' Association, do hereby
express our appreciation of tho good
work dono at tho experiment station
undor tho dlroctlon of Prof. E. G.
Montg6mory, and In tho extension do
partmont undor tho direction of Prof.
C. W. Pugsloy; and furthor
"Resolved, That wo -uso ovory pos
slblo Influonco to assist the collogo In
its efforts to lmprovo tho grain cropB
of tho state."
Mr. John" Cowan has boon selected
as superintendent of tho now experi
ment station at Valentino, which Is to
bo started this spring. Tho war do
partmont has sot aside 1,000 acres of
sand hill land for tho uso of tho state
to carry on experimental work to find
out tho propor method of handling
tho soil and what crops aro best suit
ed for thfs vast area of Nebraska
land, which at tho present time is
bringing little novenuo. Tho last
legislature appropriated $15,000 to
furnish tho proper equipment nnd for
maintenance and operation of this sta-
jtlon during tho noxt b'lennlum. Mr.
With Easter but a month away,
it's time you thought about your
Practically all of our
Spring Suits are now in
Oar L System Clothes aire the essentially
stylish clothes for the college man.
cTWore conservative are our Kensington
Clothes noted for their fit, and their
shape retaining qualities clothes as
no tailor in Lincoln has the .trade or
facilities for turning out.
Ballengor, who will assist Mr. Cowan,
In this work, has also boon a station1
visitor for tho last fow days. Regent
Coupoland, Chnncollor Avery nnd
Dean Burnotto will leave tho early
part of noxt wook to look over tho sit
udtlon and to help got things started
In this now work.
CONVOCATIONS TO BE
IN HANDS OF CLASSES
EACH CLA88 WILL HAVE MONTH
OF MU8ICAL NUMBER8.
SENIORS APPEAR DURING MARCH
Juniors In April and Sophomores In
June Freshmen Left Out Y.
M. C. A. Will Conduct Re
Arrangements aro being mado for
tho senior and junior Classes to havo
charge of a series of convocations
somo tlmo In tho near future. This
Is somothlng of a now doparturo in
this lino. A few years ago It was tho
custom for each class to havo charge
of ono convocation period during tho.
last semester. A program consisting
of readings and musical numbers was
gonerally rendered by members of tho
This year sovoral now features will
bo Introduced. Tho plans aro being
mado by. committees appolntod from
each class with tho assistance of Pro
During tho rest of tho somostor at
convocations each class will for ono
month glvo a musical numbor. Dur
ing March this tvlll bo dono by tho
seniors, their committee selecting a
member of tho class to appear on tho
program. During April the juniors
will havo this in charge, nnd tho
sophomores will furnish tho entertain
ment during Juno. It was intended to
start this arrangement sooner, so as to
allow all glasses tq participate, but ac
tion could not bo taken in time. How
ever, this year's freshman class will bo
given tho first chance noxt year.
Tho Y. W. C. A. will bo In charge
of tho rollglous oxorclses at convoca
tion during March. Thoy have select
ed tho following chaplains: March 8,
Rov. B. M. Long: March 15, Rov.
Charles RogorB; March 22, Rev. H, H.
Harmon; March 29, Rov. T. M. Ship
herd. Ifyou save money, you're a miser;
If you spend it, ydu'ro a 'grafter; If you
don't get It, you're a bum so what'a
j tho use T
j Magee & Deemer )
New Arrivals in Spring Svits
SKirts. Jackets, Street and Evening
Dresses, Capes, Petticoats, Waists
Suits in the most stylish spring effects at $12.50
and $15. Skirts in the, latest spring designs, all
shades, at $2.98 and $4.98. Dresses for evening
and street wear, the very acme of style and ele
gance, at $7.50 and $12.50. Silk Petticoats, all
colors, at $3.50. Waists in lattin tailored and
silk, 49c up to $3.75. Jackets, perfect fitting, all
colors, just the thing for spring wear, at $2.98
Tho women's clubs of tho state of
Missouri havo star tod a campaign to
arouso bettor support for tho Univer
sity of Missouri. Thoy aim to In
crease tho interest In higher educa
tion throughout tho state.
John R. Mott, "tho Btudont leader in
tho realm of character,' quoted In his
address before ono hundrod and fifty
students of Ponn Bismarck's state
ment that "ono-thlrd of university stu
dents nro destroyed, by dissipation,
ono-thlrd dip from overwork, and tho
remaining third control tho destinies
and futuro of tho world l"
Two. followBhipB in engineering
amounting to $400 each annually, havo
recently been established by tho board
of regents of Wisconsin "University.
Thoy will bo filled for .the first timo
this coming April for uso noxt year
Three graduate scholarships aro given
In addition to these.
Coach Bezdok has organized two
football teams in Fayottovlllo, Arkan
sas, which will soon, play under .the
new rules proposed to tho commltteo
for noxt year's game. Director Stagg
and a numbor of Chicago men will
witness tho games and will report
upon tho success of tho experiments.
Considerable excitement existed at
Pennsylvania when tho rumor spread
that Schultz, their crack pitcher, had
signed a contract to join tho Pittsburg
National League team. Tho report,
however, Is without foundation, nnd
Penn will notbo deprived of her mainstay.-
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