The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 14, 1910, Image 4

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DIRECTORY.
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University Btudont Is urged to patron
" lu those Nebraflkan advertisers, and
to meatlon the Nebraskan while de
lac bo.
BANKS
First Truaw fc Saving
BAKERIES
Folflom "
BARBER SHOPS
Qroon'a
BOOK STORES
Co-op.
Unlverlsty
CLEANERS
J. 0 Wood k Co.
Joe, The Tailor.
CLOTHINQ
Farquhar
Magoe & Doemer
Mayer Broa.
Palaoe Clothing Co.
Bpolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Ce.
COAL
Gregory
Whltebreaat
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kltchea
Tommy
DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln J
PITTS
DOCTORS
Dr. Cram
DRY OOODB
Miller ft Paine
Rudge & Oucn-ol
HorpolBholmera
DRUQQISTS
Rlgga
BNGRAVERB
Cornell
FLORISTS
C. H. Frey
CHAPIN BROS.
FURNISHINGS
Budd
Fulk
Mugoo ft Doemer
Mayor Bros.
Palaco qiothlng Co.
Rudgo ft Guenxel
Bpoiur ft Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
HATTERS
Budd
Fulk
Unland
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mageo ft Deemer
Mayer Broa.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo ft Uuoniel
Speler ft Simon
ORCHESTRA y
Thornburg'a.
PHOTOGRAPHER!
Townaend
PRINTERS
Slmmona
Van Tine
RESTAURANTS
Boston Lunch
Cameron'a
Y. M. C. A. Spa
JEWELERS
Hallott
Tucker
LAUNDRIES
Evans
OPTICIANS
Bheam
Howe.
SHOES
Men's Bootery
Franklin Ice Creasa Ce,
Beckman Bros.
Rogers ft Perkins
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ICE CREAM
Mayer Bros.
Miller & Paine T
Yates-French Co.
SHOE REPAIRING;
Electric Shoe Store
Yatea-French Co,
BKIRTB
Skirt Store '
TAILORS
Elliott Broa.
Herzog
Joe, The Tailor.
LUDW1G.
THEATERS
- . Oliver
Orpheum.
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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
POSSIBLY NEXT WEEK
DEBATE WILL NOT BE HELD
IN LINCOLN.
CONCORD EVANSTON
wlta Arfc-Hotch with llattotiaola
THE NEW
Arrow
COLLARS
FOR SUMMER. High enough for
looks low enough for comfort and
plenty of room for tho tlo to slide In.
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DISTRICTS WILL COMPETE
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(a kaowa trotifboat
tha world aa a
Guarantee ol
Quality-
are the Largest
Manufacturer!
in the World of
Official
Equipment
FOR ALL
ATHLETIC
SPORTS AND
PASTIMES
Last Debate Was Held Friday at
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Wahoo,- Plattsmouth Winning.
First Defeat in History of
i Wahoo Dobating.
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A. 6. Spalding & Bros.
147 Wabash Aveoue. CbJcafo.
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Robuilt Machines
Lincoln Typiwrltar Exohangt
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Before Going Home
Purchase a Copy of
The Gornhusker
or
College Memories
25c a Copy
Music Stores or College
Book Store
Tho state high school cham
pionship debate is to bo hold
next week if possible. Tho de
bate will of course be held out
side of Lincoln. Professor Fogg,
president of the league, is busy
with the arrangements and may
be able to announce definitely
fhl5 meeting placo in a day or
two. The place must bo able to
accommodate tho audience in
good shapo and be where good
railroad connections can be
made.
The debate will be between the
representatives of the schools
who have won the championships
of their respective districts. They
are Geneva in the central dis
trict, Ashland in tho eastern,
Hastings in the southern, Kear
ney in the western, Beaver City
in the southwestern, Broken Bow
in the west central, Allianco in
the northwestern, Valentino in
the northern and Plattsmouth in
the cast central.
The last of the district debates
was held last Friday night at
Wahoo, where Plattsmouth won
the decision over Wahoo. Platts
mouth hnd the affirmative of tho
league question, "Resolved, that
labor unions are on tho whole
beneficial." The judges were
Prof. II. W. Caldwell, Prof. Ed
win Maxey and Albert Watkins.
Tho judges report a very excel
lent debate, Professor Caldwell
saying that it was one of the
very best high school debates he
had ever heard. Judge Good of
Wahoo presided. Plattsmouth
has appointed Miss Mario Doug
lass as its representative in the
state debate. ' This is Wahoo 's
first defeat in three years, that
town having won the champion
ship each preceding year of the
league's history.
Briag Yaur Naxt Job of Prlating to
IyAN TINE PRINTING CO. j
and Gat Satisfactory Rasulta
121-130 No. 14tk St. Aute 3477 J
Thi first Trust ' Sav
ings Bank
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$1 opint an aooount
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PAN-HEL LAST NIGHT.
Hot Drinks
ate now la Kaaoa Do you know
aay pUca wbera you cio at as
QUICK SERVICE
a you ca At ournew store? No .
aacd of being crowded
Lincoln Candy
K. itchen s. w. cor
Finest Informal Dance of Year
Held at tho Armory. -
Last evening tho annual Pan
Hellenic dance was held at the
armory. This was one of the
finest informal, dances df the uni
crsity social season. About one
hundred and twenty couples
were in attendance. Walt's or
chestra of tofi pieces furnished
the musie.
Tho armory and chapel were
tastily decorated in the univer
sity eolors and many "cosy cor
iovaM woro arranged with furni
ture and were screened off with
palms. A little to tho east of
Iho door .between tho "chapel and
the armory tho orchestra was
stationed on a platform and
were screened off with palms.
Harry L. Cain, Phi Delta The
ta, was chairman of the ball,' and
I.ynn Lloyd, Phi Kappa Psi, and
Arthur Homier, Delta Tau Delta,
were first and second masters of
eoie'ii' nies respectively.
Curses! This Is Hard on Ted.
London, April 29 Mrs. George
Cornwallis West will not enter
tain Theodore Roosevelt when ho
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