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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1910)
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C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 0 street
Miss race liaydon of Nebraska
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Ciy will attend the Pi Phi party
ffi Gleanings M
Ch"apin BrosV florists. 127 So. 13th.
Professor Chatburn delivered
- a good roads lecture at Superior
Thornburg's Orchestra Auto 6877.
The Peru club will hold its
next meeting May 8.
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Try a luncfo at the T. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Miss. Edith Crofenhaft of Ar-
lihgton is visiting Miss Sarah
Herrington of Alpha Ofnicron Pi.
. Now Haydon Studio, 1127 O St:
.. . II. 0. Perry loft today for Tc
cumseh wliere ho will referee a
high Bcliool meet.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, llR.no
So. 12th street
; Alpha- Phi will give a house
--party tonight ...
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Superintendent Dill of Wilbor
is visiting the university and in
cidentally looking for teachers.
Beforo buying your oprlng footwear
let Beckman Bros, show you their
now snappy oxfords. 1107 O 8t
The annual formal party of the
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity Will
be givon in-ibo Lincoln hotel this
y c .
mesne L.uncn. j. AicKonsie,
Dr. Edwin Maxey goes to Tork
today whore ho will act as one of
'the judges in a dobatc between
York .College and the Kearney
Dr. E. M. Cramb, OstoopathlCsPhy
slclan, U. of N. '99-Burlington block.
Professor Pugsloy of the de
partment of agronomy lectured
this week beforo the Agricultural
Club of the Peru normal.
About thh'Eyyoung ladies will
leave today for a two days' field
trip in geology. under the leader
ship of Dr. and Mrs. Condra.
-Studies will be ma$o along the
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All .Eastern Star girls and
Masonic students arc cordially in
vited "ISoTa party given at the
Masonic temple, 236 So."Elevonth,
Saturday evening, April 30 at
8:15 p. m. - ,
HE WORLD is waiting for you. It wants young men like you
who for a few years have been storing tip brain power from
Your ideas and opinions, which you will soon give to the world are
wanted by business on every hand.
You are' the young blood of this generation. You are the Young Men
. who are going to make this world in this generation a bigger and
and better place than ever before.
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You know as we know that clothes don't make the man but they go a
long way an boosting him to the top. .
We would especially recommend for your graduation outfit the follow- '
ing goods-Proved the Best By Test:
A Mayer Bros. "T Suit $12.50 to $30:00; Manhattan Shirts at
$1.50 taL$3.00; Silk Hose, a pair 50c; Knox, Stetson or Imperial
JHats; the Stylish Arcade Oxfords at $4.00.
Head' to-Foot Clothiers
The students' debating club
will debate the Wesleyan debat
ing society upon the income tax
question. The members of the
team from hero arc Warren, Hare
Searsons and Martin's Studies
,iii Heading is' just of the press
an'd 'largo orders are continually
being received for tho book, not
only iri Nebraska, but other states
as well. Scarson and Martin are
both university men and they
and the, university may well feel
proud of thopublication.
IF YOU CANNOT SEE WELL SEE ME !
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Wo offer oxport optical work in Eyo Examinations
Lena Grinding and Frarao Fitting:. ,
Kryptjok Lenses, Opifex Lenses, Toric Lenses, Shur-On Mountings
1143 O STREET
0k4r mtmh tvinMAtr Via axrAt-n Tr.n
SfiOEv vjoixvao uu xxiwxivy jliu vA.puoi.o yyju.
to spend it to the best advantage,
!" therefore buy "F-F-H" Oxfords.
Ydvr Money's Worth Every Time.
1220 O StREET
W. S. Butterbaugh has drop
ped Jiis graduate work in the uni
versity. His duties as teacher at
-University Place required too
much time to allow him to -keep
up the advanced work.
A special convocation will be
held in, tho Temple today at 11
o'clock, V.,Earl Flynn will lec
ture and give ?)as exercises on
health. ! .
'Dean JPordycc announces that
there are a largo number of calls
for principals of schools that -he
is unable to fill. x Ifany one cle-
.sires to make applications for
a school see Dean Fordyco at
once. x ,
T. W. Sctti'son returned the fore
part o the, wcelcfrom.a trip -fo
jHooper, Nebraska, where ho at
tended an educational rally.
Tho Schoolmasters' cjub, of
which many of the university fac
ulty are members, will meet May
G. Dr. Wolfe will read the paper
of tho evening.' The following
are among the members: Chan
cellor Avery; Deans B'essey, Sher
man, Fqrdycc, Professor Luckeyj
Inspector Heed and TJjrector- J.
L. McBrian. This will bo the
annual open meeting ' in honor
of tho ladies. -.
Men's 25c and 50c -Fancy
Hose, for ...
250 pairs of Men',8 Fancy Hose, fMregularmkde,
a goob lino, of colors, in plaids, stripes ahcl flats.
pizes y to ll-j, last season's styles that sold
at 26c to 60c a pair, priced to close at . .
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