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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1910)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
, v-" DIRECTORY.
Duilnett Directory BTor loyal
University student Is urged to patron
to those Nobraskan advertlsors, and
to mention tho NobraBkon while do
Firel Truiu fc Savings
J. C Wood ft Co.
Joe, The Tailor.
Palace Clothing Co.
Spoler & Simon
Arrafltroug Clothing Co.
Lincoln Cutidy Kitchen
Mlltor & Palno
UudRo fk Own .el
C. 11. Frey
Magoo ft Deomer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Uudge ft Guenrol
Snelor ft Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Armstrong Clothing Go.
Mngee ft Doomor
Pulaco Clothing Co.
Uudge ft Queutel
Spelor ft Simon
' Uoalon Luuub
Y. M. C. A. Spa
Franklin leu Cream 0.
Rogers ft Perklaa
'ICE CREAM . ,
Miller A Paine .
Yntetr-French Co. ' ' ,r ! .
Electric Shoe 8tore ,.
YateB-French Co. :
Joe, The Tailor.
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Underwood Tyeewrlter Of.
Spring Suits That Fit
A few years ago such clothes as our Ken
sington Clothes $20 to $40 were not pro
duced because there were no stores like ours
to handle them. Now it's different. The best dressed
man in town, spending thirty minutes in our store, can
get the same perfect fitting suit' it would take the most
exclusive tailor thirty days to make. -
KENSINGTON clothes are not machine cut out by
the dozen, but hand-sheared individually. Hand-tailored
too. That's why they Fit Right and Stay Fit.
Our L SYSTEM clothes--$15 to $30-are distinctively
"college clothes." They represent just what young men
want best workmanship best fabrics advanced fashion.
Romomlior this ia tho only
place in town that you can
get Sp.ilclinga baseball unci
See tho "Antelopes" now
ball suits in our window.
Kcnsing'On Cfca'ies, Manhattan
blurts,' Stetson Hats
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ORDER OF AUTHORITIES
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disease has handicapped the work
of the eaclol battalion in prepar
ing for tho government inspec
tion which was to have been held
this afternoon. Captain Sim
nionds, who is to be the inspect
ing officer, will inspect tho cadets
Thursday afternoon. Assembly
will bo sounded at 1 o'clock, and
the work of inspecting the bat
talion will take all afternoon.
Men in the various afternoon
classes who drill will be excused
from these classes.
Mtc men of the battalion,
drilled in their citizens clothes
and without arms, as all the drill
paraphernalia was locked in the
gymnasium, ""which was being
fumigated. All work of a gym
nastic nature has also been han
dicapped; The - gymnastice
classes have been dismissed and
the work of the track team is
hindered to a great extent. The!
me;i of tho squad have to use
tho ticket office on the" athletic
field as a dressing room, and are
thus forced to work without hav
ing the privilege of a shower
after a work-out on tho track.
NEBRASXAJIES AMES '
Darkpess Stopped Game with
Score 4 to 4.
Nebraska and Ames tied in
their second gamo at Ames Mon-
v(lay. Tho game was a short one,
darkness stopping the contest at
the end of the fifth inning with
the score 4 and 4. The entire
game was played in a rain, but
was interesting nevertheless. -
The score by innings:
Ames . . 4 0 0 0 0 4
Nebraska's battery Avas Olm
stead. and Grccnslit.
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Will Entertain Germanistischo
Professor Movius' singing will
furnish one of the features of the
meeting of the ermanistische
Verein in the banquet hall of the
Temple at 7:30 tonightt After
the song Miss Minnie Funke will
talk on "Leaves from My Diary."
She has just returned from a trip
through Germany and her talk is
expected to be of special inter
All seniors must obtain class
pins at once. This is the last op
portunity to obtain pins. Pini
on sale at Temple book store and
by committee, Greer, Tucker.
Modesitt, Cochran and Iaumann.
Kappa, Alpha Theta Sorority
House Looted of $21.
A daring burglar Saturday
evening robbed tho Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority liouso at 423
North Thirteenth strcot. The thief
secured $17, tho proporty of Miss
Urace Rohrbaugli of Omaha, anil
!4 belonging to Floroncc Putton
of Hastings. Tho robber missed
$400 in a chiffonier in Miss
Uohrbaugli's room. The $17 was
in a purse on the top of tlio chif
fo-iter. The $400 had bcencol
'eeted to defray the expense of
a party. .
The robbery took place about
10:30 p. m. The marauder
sneaked into tho cellar and was
locked in by the housekeeper.
Later the burglar snealied upr
stairs and rifled tho purses. lie
was seen by the girls as ho came
down. IIo bolted for the Idtchen.
unlocked tho back door and
scqojted for safety. .The girls
hurried upstairs, but found the
$400 snugly planted in tho chif-fonior,
Bring Ytrnr Naxt Job of Printing to
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