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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Boy a- -My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L I. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cornell University Medical College
A collogA dogroo Is required for admission.
Advanced sunaiDR grantoa stuuenta prost til
ing satisfactory orodontlals from accredited
modical collogea... Erorjr facility U offered to
undorirraduatoa Booking tho doffreo of Doctor
of Medicine. Ample faollltlos are also of f ored
qualified graduates to purauo original Investi
gation in any department. For farjthor par
ticulars apply to Tki On, CiraiUBlTirallrMidtcil
Cillin, First Avo. and28th St., Now York City.
W- Cleanings w
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER mul OPTICIAN
1311 0 St. - Lincoln, Neb.
MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Three Great Concert $3.00
MAY 16-17 OLIVER THEATRE
SEE OUIJ WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
C. H. Frcy, ilorist, 1133 0 st.
It. A. Clross, '12, spent Sunday
in Eagle visiting friends. .
Chiipin Bros., florists, 127 So.
Wilbur ltaecly, 'Ofl, of Omaha
attended the Phi Gamma Delta
banquet and dance.
Thornlnirg's Orchestra. Auto
A. A. Nielsson, ex-1910is do
ing engineering work nt Corliss,
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C:VA.
Spa. 13th and P sts.
IF. W. IJinman, '09) is em
ployed by the Santa Fe railroad,
with headquarters at Clovis, .New
Mexico. t .
New Hayden Studio, 1127 0 st.
Mike Denslow, '08, Harvard
'09, Delta Tan Delta, was in Lin
coln Saturday and attended tho
Pi Beta Phi formal.
A. L. Weaver, '09, is in busi
ness at Los Angeles, Cal. His
letter head contains the profes
sional sign, "Consulting Chemist."
Forbes is tho 'chairman of this
committee. ThcyVill mako plans
for the work of tho year and
nniiclin campaign for a round-up
of back membership dues.
3l ' IE
For Sale Duo bill on Lincoln's
lenlling piano company. tf
For Sale Duo bill on a good
Lincoln tailor. Address II, Nc
braskan, or call 1821. tf
MEN'S" WEAR MEN'S WEAE MEN'S WEAR
Rudgc" Guenzel Co.
Announce a Sale of
Men's 'fine' Colored Shirts
The Surplus Stock of
a Big Maker at Each
Lost Alpha Chi Omega pin.
Return to Nobraskan ofllco for re
Lost A bunch of keys, on tho
campus. Findor please leave at
the Nobraskan office. 127-3t
Lost Delta Upsilon fraternity
pin, with diamond center setting
surrounded by opals. Notify
Auto 3456 or Nobraskan. 128-5t
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe
Store and Electric
New Location 142 North 12
Lost A copy of Candy's Ana
lytics and a general note book.
Return to Nobraskan office. 126-3t
"Pino'' 1b used correctly, ho mun who iin'J thwi
Shirts makes nothing thnt In not "lino."
Shirts of wovon Mndras nt 70c each aro nor nfranM
ovory day. Each Shirt bonrB our Inbol. ho maker fol that
ho could not afford to huvo his nnmo nRsoclatod with n
price hs low as 70c. Prices Hko ?1.G0, $2.00 and 2.nu aro
moro In his class. But the Inhel Is not what you lr luvr
InK It 1b Shirt Quality.
The Shirts arc all made with separate culls nnd arc
cut coat style; values thnt sell regularly rjf
nt $1.00, $1.50 and $2 00 on salt now each f yC
LOST Near northwest corner
U hall on April 21, a metallic
rosebud hat pin. Plcaso leave at
Nobraskan office. 127-3t
LOST A junior law note book.
1325 O ST.
Plain White and Fancy
We have just received a lot of beautiful
new patterns in Manhattan and Eclipse
Shirts $1.00 to $3.50.
U Quality Counts
r THAT'S WHY
IS SO POPULAR
W imake a ipeclalty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
n4 ywkok for Frat & Sorori
ty M Whipping Cream
always wthand. Boll SOS.
Ante till. lllfNBt.
BWWEI I M'
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe,
115-119 So. 12th street.
O ft O
Return to Nobraskan office.
When yon go homo Band to mo for tho
music that aro the "Hits" horo at tho
Unl. Stay la tho garao even though you
aro at homo.
WALT "Th Music Man"
iai8 O STRGBT
Tht First Trust t Sav
4 Par Cant Interast A
$1 bpsnt an actiunt
Captain Shallenberger, Phi
Uumnia Delta, now stationed- at
Omaha, attended the Pi Beta Phi
Ldance Saturday evening.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
120 tf. 11th.
Domestic Lunch. J. McKen-
sie, 1230 IT.
Before buying your spring foot-
Avear lot Beckman Bros, show
3'ou their new snappy oxfords.
1107 O st.
The freshman hop committee
will meet today at - o'clock in
U112 to complete ( plans for the
'ost dance of the season.
Professor Movius to Sing.
Prof. Clemens Movius will
fuvor the GcGrnianistiscre 'Gesell
schaft with solos at its next meet
ing "Wednesday evening at 7:30.'
This is a raro and much appreci
ated treat, and every member of
the society Js expected to turn
' The membership committee of
the college Y. M. (X A. will meet
this evening at 6 o'clock at the
oity Y. M. C. A, red room. Will
Wanted A limited number of
men to wprk during the summer..
This is a proposition which will
pay an excellent salary. For par
ticulars call or sec E. L. Powell
or IT. S. Lower, 237 No. 16th St.,
Auto 1562, Bell 1263. 129-3t
A Prize in Socks for Men Who Do
Not Wish the Plain Colored Hosiery
A largo assortment of Imported 8llk Lisle Hose Ifcoausu
there aro only two pnttornB loft, thoy como toUa a', tlio
UBual prlco of broken linos
27c a Pair or 4 Pairs tor $1.00
Tho prlco Is almost tho wholosnlo cont of theao StockM.
Silk Llslo with lino lino, checks or stripes In all colors.
FURNISHERS TO MEN WHO KNOW
MEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR
The University of Nebraska
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k 8PTICIAN
C. A. Tucker.
S. S. Shean
1121 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Ttiir "TatrtMte Solicit
Pound Seven koys on heart
shaped ring. Call at "Rag" of
fice. . 129-3t
Found Lady's watch and fob,
with "1908" engraved on case.
Owner can have same by identi
fying and paying reward. 129-3t
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June 20 to August-12, 1910
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O;
hours, 9 n. m. to 9- p. nu Iiis
cases of women. Auto 3038.
DR. O. H. RUSH,
Richards BJock. Both" Phones,
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
Blk. Both Phones. .
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, S. B.
Coon, agt., 216 Richards bile.
The ,nify shoes at the next
party. The " niftiest" ones are
Get in Line '
Neat Repairing. ' 122QO St.
Coirreoe in Agriculture, Anatomy,
Botany, Chemistry, Education, Educa
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Education, Normal Training, Elemen
tary Education, English Languago and
Literature, French, Goography and
Geology, German, American History,
Home Economics, Horticulture, Latin,
Manual Training, Mathematics, Me
chanical Drawing, Philosophy and Psy
chology, Physical Education, Physlpl'
ogy, Political Science and Sociology,
Rhetoric and English Composition,
Special attention to subjects Te-t ,
quired for professional cortlflcata.
Nino hours of collogo work possible. . ,'
Condftlonal admission on 22 poltitd.
Teacncrs 21 years or ovor may cntor
as Adult Special Students,
High-School Courses In tho Teach,
ere' College High School.
For bulletin or information address
The University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
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