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THE DAILY. NEBRASKAN
TODAY 2530 . , TONIGHT, 8:15
, And Associate Players
TONIGHT "A Man of Mystery."
Might, 30, 20 and 10c. Mat, 25 and 10c.
Tutfu, Wed., and Wed. Mat., May 3-4.
"The Merry Widow"
Prices $2.00 to 75c.
M, Gleanings M
Boys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
JIooIIoko degree Is required for Admission.
Adrano d standing ram tod studonto pron nt-
mwlloal coUoffoa. Brory tnolllty Isurforod to
unlopr-idat08 ooklni th deRreo or D.wtor
of Modlolue. Ample fa -tlltlosaro also offorod
qnnHfled graduates to pntMuo original InvtMtl
ration In any department. For fu-thnr ptr
tlnnlarn applv to Tbi Dun, CtraiH Ualfirell; Midlcil
Cll i, Flrnt Avo. and 28ih 8c, Now York Utty.
- 0. II. Frey, florist, 1133 0 st.-
Miss Margaret Guthrie, Dolta
Gamma, is in Omaha, today?- -
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 So.
Miss Florence Mason of Omaha
is spending a few days with uni
versity fritmds in Lincolri.
Thornburg's . Orchestra. Auto
Miss Stella Shaw and Miss Effle
Miller were initiated into Delta
Delta Delta this week.
Try a,-lunch at' the Y. M. C. A.
Spa. 13th and P sts. '
Eflle Miller and Blanche Al
bright, Tri Deltshave gone to
Pawnee City to spend Sunday.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
1311 0 St. - Lincoln, Neb
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
New Hayden Studio, 1127 0 st.
Miss Helen Malmsby of Adri,
Iowa, is visiting Miss Grace Ban
at the Alpha Omicron Pi house.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe,
115-119 So. 12th street.
Miss Ruth ITemminger, Alpha
Phi, is in Pawnee City for a brief
stay. She will return to Lincoln
in Lincoln last evening in order
to attend .their annual Pi Phi
party, to bo hold at the Lincoln
hotel tonight. ,
Maude Flock and Floroncc
Whittier are in Fremont Visiting
Miss Helen Gray,- Delta Delta
Miss Alice Wilcox and1 Miss
Nell Bratt arrived in town this
morning. They will attend the
Pi Phi pdrty tonight.
Misses Elizabeth a'neb Helen
Drake, Alpha Phi, left yesterday
for Beatrice, where they will
spend Saturday and Sunday.
Miss1 Jcds Killian of Wahoo is
visiting licr sister, Miss' Sylvia
Willian, and will attend the Pi
Phi party tonight.
Miss Otis Hassler of Wahoo,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, came to
Lincoln yesterday for a short
stay. .She attended the Phi
Gamma Delta formal party.
Miss Orabella Harvey and Miss
Velty Penny, both members of
Kappa Kappa Gamma, came down
yesterday from Omaha. They
attended the Phi Gamma Delta
annual party last night.
The Union Literary baseball
team defeated the state farm ag
ricultural club team t Thursday at
the state farm diamond. The
score was 14 to 4.
The University of Nebraska
June 20 to August 12, 1910
Courses in Agriculture, Anatomy,
Botany, Chemistry Education; Educa
tional Theory and Practice, Socondary
Education, Normal Training, Elemen
tary Education, English Language and
Mteraturo, Fronch, Geography and
Geology, Gorman, American History,
Homo Economics, Horticulture, Latin.
Manual Training, Mathematics,' Me
chanical Drawing, Philosophy and Pay
chology, Physical Education, Physiol
ogy, Political Sclenco and Sociology,
Rhetoric and English Composition,
Bpeclal attention to subjects re?
quired for professional certificate.
Nine' Hours of college work poesibl't:
Conditional admission on 22 polntaV
Tqachora 21 yoara or over may enter
as Adult Special Studonts.
High'School Courses In the Teach
ora College High School
For bulletin or information address
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
1325 O ST.
TOM MURRAY OF CHICAGO
used to say in his wirdows: "Suppose you
were found dead. Would your relatives
care to recognize you with the underwear
you're now wearing? Try forne of our
Lewis Underwear and you won't care who
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams; BherDets, ices
and punch for r rat oz ooron-
Land punch for
ty parties. Wl
aiwuys on bj
- Aato 8181.
parties. Whipping Cream
always on hand. Bell 205.
into jn. au
Green 's Sanitary Barber Shop.
120 N. 11th.
Miss Blancho Deaver came
down from Omaha last night and
attended the Alpha Phi house
sie, 1230 IT.
Ohancellor to Sutton.
Chancellor Avery left yester
day for Sutton, where he deliv
ered an address last evening.
Geology Fellowship Open.
Notice has been sent from the
University of Tennessee, located
at Knoxville, that a fellowship
in geology will be open to gradu
ates of the University of Nebras-
i t i e wi , , ha next year, and that in addi
Miss Gladys Rock of Wahoo is ,. ' ' , .w ..
.... . j , ,1 i.-J UUU IvIIUlV Will U till UMIJUl liUUllyV
visiting irienas uuru uuu ununit
ed the Alpha Phi houes party
When yon go homo send to mo for the
muxlo tlmt nr thd "Hita" h ro nt ttao
Uni Sutv-lu tuo gumo ovon tuungn you
aro at home. ,
WALT "The Music Man"
1313 6 STREET
The First Trust & Sav
4 Per Cent Interest A
$1 pint an aooount "
Comer 1 Oth & O Stttt
Before buying your spring footwear-
let Bookman Bros, show
you their new snappy oxfords.
1107 0 st. i
Miss Helen Lawrence of. Fre
mont. U. of N. 1913, is unable to
attend classes on account of sick
Miss Jessio McDermitt of Salem
was on the campus yesterday.
She left at 11:25 for Kenesaw,
Mr. I. W. Carpenter, president
of the Carpenter Paper Co. of
Omaha, was on the campus yesterday.
Miss Edith Fisher, Miss Alice
Trockwell and Miss Henrietta
Benedict, all of Omaha, arrived
for working on the state geo
logical survey during tho sum
A shady room,
- An open fire;
A cczy nook,
And your heart's desire.
The Belfsamo room
"With lights a few;
The selfsame ncok,, ' -And
Ma there, too.
Inferno. t .(
The room, the elude,
The nook, tho Are.;.
The klfielng chancd, T
And enter" Slrq, .
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Tw fatraMftc Sallcftri
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nd Gat Satisfactory Result
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"F-F-H" "Black Hills Special"-is the greatest
thing out 14 in high, viscolized tan elk skin,
two full soles. "F-F-H" quality.
Neat Repair Woik . 1220 0 Street
The University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
BASEMENT ADM. BLDG.
Fieiders9 Gloves and Mitts
Some cf the one-hand s'toD3 made by Ihe bic
Irvmnn fiplrWR nro. nrv.t nensational ten vears
nrrn hrv would hive hcen deemed imoossiblc.
The great cccrct of perfect fielding lies not only in
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Fielders' Gloves and Mitls are pertect. l iieir
superiority is evident through use by such star
players a3 Wagner, Cobb, Lajole, Collins, Craw
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Also used by well-known college players.,
The RgaK Trade Mark
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Th-i n?ach omci.nl Base Ball Guldo Is the most
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