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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1910)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TONIGHT, AT., AND SAT. MAT.
And Asocate Players
' TONIGHT "In Wyoming."
8AT. MAT "St. Elmo."
8AT.. NIGHT "A Man of Mystery."
! Night, 30, 20 and 10c. Mat, 25 and 10c.
8oats Now 8elllng for
"The Merry Widow"
' CONTEST IS VERDICT
MISSOURI TAKES AOTION TO
KNOCK OUT ATHLETICS.
NEBRASKA SHOULD fOLLOW
Radical Aotion Due to Professor
Davenport Pormor Lincoln
Man and Always Op
posed to Athlotics.
BoysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 6 St
Cornell University Medical College
A collogo dotfroo In roiiulrod for ndmlsMon.
Advanced standing grantod student? protnt
In HntlBfaatory orodontlnlH from acoredltod
inodtcal bolleRoii. Rrory facility la offered to
umtoraraduntos looking thn dogroo of Doctor
of Moulolnb. Ample fa tllltlos nro nlno of forou
nualinod jrrAduato to punae original Invcstl
Ration In any departtnont. For furthor par
ilnulara npply to Till Dm, Cirmll Unlwillr Midlcil
CiHtn, Flmt Aro. unit28tu St., Now York City.
INHERE is definate difference in our
b System clothes-$15 to $30-yetre:
finerrient enough tov make them instant favorites with
the college man who wants more of
dash and individuality to his clothes.
Chas W. Fleming
JEWELER anil OPTICIAN
1311 0 St. - Lincoln, Neb
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
ty creams, sherbets. Ices
aad punch' for Prat is Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always oa hana. Bell 208.
ato8181. 1818 N St
The University of Missouri will
linvi' no intercollegiate athletics
after December 1, 1910, unless
the regents of that school over
rule the action taken by the uni
versity council in voting 27 to
2 to stop all competition with
other schools after tho close of
the next football season,
The action of the Missouri
council in voting to do away with
all intercollegiate contests has
not been published ili the press,
and only became known here
yesterday through u. letter to a
member of 'the faculty from Prof.
('. 11. Davenport, of Missouri. The
proceedings of tho Missouri coun
cil are not given out to the re
porters at Columbia, and the fact
that this action has been taken
is not generally known in the
Nebraska Should Follow.
Professor Davenport, in writ
ing, urges that Nebraska follow
tho example of the Mif-fcouri
school and pass a resolution tond
ing to eliminate intercollegiate
games. Professor Davenport, was
the prime mover in the courso
pursued at Missouri. He is u
close friend of President Ross
Mill of Missouri and was able,
through his influence and ag
gressive tactics, to force the Mis
souri council to take radical ac
tion. The tone of Professor. Daven
port's letter indicates that the
Misouri faculty found athletics
had been run on a very liberal
basis. The football season of last
lull savored ol mueli that was
against the moral code of ath
lotics and the faculty was deeply
tions that led the Missouri dele
gates to the conference meeting
in Kansas City to demand the
abolishment of .the Thanksgiving
day game with Kansas university.
Professor Davenport is a for
mer Lincoln man, and for several
years was principal, ol the Ijiii
eoln high school. He has always
boon strongly opposed to ath
letics, and, as his local friends,
say, never could rsee the right side
of anything that concerned athletics.
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Our Kensington Clothes-$20 to $40-for
the more cpnservatiye dresser, m possess
every possible feature of made-to-order
garments, yet they're ready for instant
service. They Fit Right .and Stay Fit.
Cheney Silk Neqkwear
Wrinklo-proof, pin-proof, nonbind
ing rovoraiblo nnd waalmblo four-in-hnndfl
of gonuino Chonoy CAm
Silk In two tonod offecta.. . . V
Clmntioloor nockwoaraomothing ab
solntoly now in nock wear 50c
Light Weight Pajamas
Unusual values in oxtra flnoSoisotto
Pajamas; all tho popular colors, but
toned with silk froge, very roomy
una cool for warm Spring
Bountiful pajamas in othor linos,
woll m ado and durablo ? 1,00 to $5
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MAGEE Sc DEEMER
LINCOLN AURORA RED OAK.
by the revelations. It
discovery of the eondi-
WITH THE HIGH SCHOOLS.
The championship of the south
eastern district was woii by Wy
more last Monday night,' April
25, against Falls City. Wymere
was represented by Floy T; wis,
Porothy Kaufman and Donald
Deomrr, while Falls City was rep
resented by Camelc Leyda, Jas.
Falloon and Jean Cair. This is
the third successive champion
ship for Wymore. For the ast
t .'o years Wymore was represent
ed in Lincoln by M. 0. llar
greayos, now a freshman in the
The northwestern championship
was decided last night between'
Chadron and Alliance, victory go
ing to tho latter school K. O.
Otto, Atel Johnson and Ethel
James spoke on the affirmative
for Alliance, while Mareia Lex
ington, Frank Morrison and Ken
neth Wall upheld the negative
for Chadron. Most of tho rep
resentatives are preparing for the
final contest which will be held
icre on High hcaooi iete uav.v
Genuine CALABACII PIPES and the NeW English COLLEGE PIPES
AT El) YOUNG'S
ALWAYS THE HEADQUARTERS
Fresh Baked Goods of all
Kinds. Ice Cream and
Ices. We Serve Lunhces.
1307 O STREET
Ladles' and Mon'o Clothing Cloaned, Pressed and Repaired, Hats Clouned
Blocked and Retrimmod
. L. BLUVVENTHAL
Practical Hotter nnd Cleaner
GoodH Callod For und Delivered. Boll Phono A-G21, AutoJ?honoJH48
225 So. inth St., Lindoll Hotel, Lincoln. Nob. - v-
When voiuio liomo Bond to mo tot tho
music Uial aro tho "Hlto" here at tho H
Unl. HUV in tlio j;amo ovon tuoURh yon
nro nt home.
WALT "The Music Man"
1318 O STRGGT
BrUf Yur Nxt Jo of Printing U
IyAN TINE POINTING CO.
and bat Satisfactory RatulU
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In ijn interesting and eXoiting
game of baseball Tuesday the
ninth grade won from the tenth
thus putting the latter out of tho
running for the high school
chompionship. Honors so far
aro about ovenly' divided between
tho ninth and twelfth grades.
UHlVEnSITY JEWELER fc If TICIAN
C A. Tucker
S. 8. Shean
1121 1 SHEET, YELLOW FMUT
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The young man who graduates
"SOCIETY BRAND" SUIT
will be Better Dressed than the
pries who dprit.
Let ns show you what they
are like. .
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Perfect fit that means comfort
and coolnesscustom style that
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gives a smart, dressy elrect.
You are sure ot getting
both these features in your
summer footwear if you
come tous for a' pair of
REG AL SHOES
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