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Job, Tho Tailor.
CLOTHING " "
Magoo &. Deemer
Palace Clothing Co.
Snolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltcun
. Dr. Ctomb
Mlllor & Paine k
Rudge & Guenzel,
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Magoo & Doomer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudge Jb Quenxel
Speier & Simon
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Armstrong Clothlmg; Ce.
Magee & Deemer
Ealaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guensel
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. Franklin Ice Cream Ce.
Townsend, . .
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Rogers & Perkins
. Mlllor & Palae
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TRY-OUTS TO BE HELD
- TII1S AFTERNOON
TEAM TO BE. SELECTED FOR THE
COOD CHANCES TO WIN RELAY
Wclnht Men Will PractTce Every Day
at Five O'clock Men to Practice
at Their Homes During Vaca
tion Thirty Reporting.
Try-outB for tho purpose of select
ing a track tenm to compote In tho
Omaha moot will bo hold at the fair
grounds at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
It Is the doslre of Coach Chorrlngton
that overy man who Is Interested In
track work will nppenr-thls aftornoon
"for thcBo try-outB.
Tho number of men to be ta1(on to
Omaha for the. moot on April 1st will
depend on tho quality of work that Ih
shown this aftornoon. Ab overy man
In school who completed twelve hours
work last somcBtor 1b ellglblo for this
moot, tho froBhmen will not bo barrod.
This should nUrthe coach In selecting
a good team. It Is probablu that at
lonst twelve mon will be tnkon.
Strong in Relay.
NebrnBka haB good prospects of
winning the rclny at tho Omaha meet.
Tho team that competed at Kansas
City last Saturday won the champion
ship of the Missouri Valley, and they
should bo nblo to do tho samo thing
at Omaha. Handsome shields with
sllvor centers will bo awarded the
winners in tho various relay races,
while Individual modnls will go to the
winners in tho Individual events,
x Secretary Stanley AI. JRosowaler of
tho Omaha Michigan alumni associa
tion has received work from Ann Ar
bor that in nil probability Michigan
will send Joe Horner, ono of the best
All round Indoor nthlctes In the coun
try today, to Omaha, and should he
come he will bo a great drawing card..
Horner rocontly at n sot of InTToor
games In Boston, won the forty-yard
dnsh, tho forty-yard hurdle run, high
jump, the shot put, tho pole vnult, and
run on a winning relny team from the
Unlvorsjty of Michigan. This record
shows hlB versatility as an athlete,
and ho Is suro to attract much atten
tion In Omaha.
Weight Men Scarce.
Tltoro Is a shortage of material
trying out for tho weights this spring,
and some strenuous efforts will have
to be put forth to dovolop point win
ners In this lino--of work for- this-
year's track team. Practice will be
hold at 5 o'clock every evening from
now on for thoso men who wish to
try out for tho weight events.
Funkhnusor will bo eligible for the
Omaha meet and will probably be
among the point winners there, but as
ho Is a freshman he will not be eli
gible for tho Intercollegiate mcots.
Elliott should show up well, with hard
About thirty mon appeared for prac
tice on tho new athletic Hold yester
day afternoon. Tho practice hour was
spent' In practicing starting. Conch
.Chorrlngton does not believe In shif
ting at practice and keeps (he men
busily at, work
Vorn Bates, who showed up' so well
In tho distance events Inst year, ap
peared for practice yesterday. He Is
In poor contHljon n't tho present tlmoT
but boll'oves that ho can get In shape
for tho big meets. If Bates doeB get
In good condition this year lie will
probably be ono of the Ttest long dis
tance men in the Missouri Valley.
One of tho main reasons for holding
try-outs for the Omaha meet- this af
ternoon is so that the mon will bo en
abled to practice' at their homes (Hir
ing tho Easter vacation.
Dramatic Work Done by Members of
Last night tho Latin Club present
ed, In room U10G, a play entitled
"Trlnummus," written , by Macclus
Plautus, a Itoman. writer of comedy,
Tho cast waB as follows:
Megaronldes . ., . ...rMlss Anderson
Calllclos Miss Weaver
Lysltqles ., .., , Miss Dqfur
4Phllto Miss Mathews
Lesbonlous .;..., ..Mtss Dion
StnBimus Miss Perslnger
Chnrmldes .....Miss Onthouso
Sycophanta Miss Wheeler
Tho play is, as nre nil the writings
of Plnutus, a pluy of tho common peo
ple, It abounds In wlty remarks and
comical sltuationB very similar to
those which ono would expect lo see
In tho writings of a twentieth century
dramatist. "The Trlnummus" first
was presented before tho Latin Club
at tho liomo of ProfosBbr and Mrs.
Barber and wnB so decidedly good
that It was decided to give all tho
Latin classes an opportunity to see
tho production. The attendance was-
limited by those in enrage, admittance
being only by tickets, distributed by
the Latin Instructors.
Tho parts were all very well taken
and showed careful preparation nnd a
real ability to enter Into the spirit of
the part represented In tho ense of
each membor of tho cast" Miss "Hun
tor made tho transition of the play
from the original Latin nnd hnd com
plete charge of tho drilling and preson-
,tntlon of tho plfty. To her 1b duo a
large part of the credit of the suc
cess of the production.
Tho Latin Club has shown Itself
during tho entlro year to be a live or
ganization. Only those who show ex
cellence In work In that department
are eligible for membership In the
club, but the club meetings are de
voted to social bb well nB literary4 pur
suits. At tho next meeting a program
will lie given entirely by the members
of tho faculty who have membership
In the club. Tho program will be un
der the direction of MIbb Huntor.
1 1 AGRICULTURE
Mr. KIngsley LocturcB.
Mr. U. F. KIngsley of Hastings yesterday-
delivered one of his farmers
Institute, lectures to tho classes at' the
farm In room HOC. The talk consisted
of a study of horses .and their history.
Mr. KlngBley UBed charts and models
to Illustrate his points very fully. The
speaker Impressed tho students with
the fact that Nebraska horse breeding
is but yet In Its infancy and that It
would be their duty when they go
back to the farm to try and encourage
the production of a better class of
horses. Needless to say, tho talk was
very much appreciated and as proof of
this a vote of thanks was unanimously
cast at the close of the mooting.
Thursday ovonlng nnd listened to a
very enjoyable program. The program
committee announced that a program
by alumni members would bo given
Thursday. April 8.
Alpha Zeta, tho college fraternity,
gave an Informal banquet Saturday
night at the Windsor hotel In honor
of tho members rocontly Initiated, of
which there were five. Toasts were
responded to by Dean Burnett and
Professors Montgomery, Emerson,
Pugsloy and Klesselbnch.
Tho animal husbandry department
1b contemplating tho purchase of a
team of puro-brod Clydesdalo mares In
the near future to bo used In tho Judg
ing classes and for conducting tho
farm operations. This will give the
boys nn opportunity to study speci
mens of all tho modem drnft horses.
The Alumni Association are making
extensive preparations for the ban
quet which thoy will tondor to the
senior class on Thursday evening,
April 22d. Last year this function
was attended by almost 250 parties,
Including members of tho graduating
class, alumni and professors, as well
ns tholr mothers, sisters and friends.
The attendance will probably .exceed
300 this year.
V. S. Culver was called homo Sat
urday to look after tho unloadtngand
stabling of a carload of grade and pure
bred Holstoin cows which Mr. Frost
has recently purchased for him In
Tenniu and baseball are holding. at
tention thes'o fine days at the farm,
and few aro resisting the temptation
to get out and onjoy ono or the other.
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CT We have just received the
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of Men's Oxfords ever
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ROGERS & PERKINS
Great Pre-Easter Sale
Beautifully tailored in all the nowest weaves and
shades. Eveiy garment shown is of special merit.
Choice $12.50 and $15
Marvelous Skirt Values in the new 1910 styles, all
shadeSjmade to'sell at $0 each, choice $4.95 and $2.98
Splendid assortment in Spring Waists in plain
tailored satin and' silks. Beauties. Choice 40c, 95c,
up to -. $3.75
Capes, handsomely hraidud and otherwise elegaatly
finished, all shades $3.75 to $7.50
Petticoats in blnck and
Silk Petticoats, all shades, $5 values, choice $2.98
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