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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
BoysMy Spring line of
woolens jure stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Cimell University Medical College
A nnlleri doffreo is rennlrod for admission.
Advanced standing granted students prestnt
tag satisfactory orodontlnls from acorodltod
medical colleges. Every facility Is offered to
unriorgradnaios Booking the degree of Doctor
of Modlclno. Amplo fallttlosaro also offered
qualified graduates to pnrsuo original invoatt
ration in any department. For further par
ticulars apply to Ttt Bm, Csrattl Half ersllv Medical
CHnt, First Ato. and 28th St., New York City.
All makes rente with stand $S
Month. Bargain in
LImiiIr Tysiwrltir Exchinp
Auto 1160. Boll 1181. 123 No. 11th I
jjjjj Gleanings W
0. II. Prey, florist, 1133 0 at.
Miss Helen Lykc, '10, will
tench in the high school nt Ris
ing Oity next yenr.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
13110 St. - Lincoln, Neb
New Ilnyden Studio, 1127 0 at.
Vitn E. Lanham, '10, hQs been
elected assistant principal at Al
Cliapin Bros., florists, 127 So.
9 4 0
Elsio K. Rokhar, '10, has been
elected to the position of assist
ant principal at Table Rock, Neb.
Eat at Don Cameron !b Cafe,
115-119 So. 12th street.
Miss Loreinc Hcmpel, '10, will
be one of the high school instruc
tors at Clarks, Neb., next year.
9 4 9
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A.
Spn. 13th and P sts.
Perry M. Spease, U. of N.,
who taught at Danbury last
year, has just been elected super
intendent at Laurel, Neb.
4 0 4
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
120 N. 11th.
4 4 0
'I'lart lxxrttl aF Altt.itttntt rtP TTnlt
ron has just notified Miss Raqhcl
Holmes that she is elected science
teacher in the Hebron high
Advertisement for thU column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 11 a. m. and 12 m.t or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively net be In
sorted unless paid In advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
veryTlneen wersTs r fraction there
of 'for the first Insertion; three Inter,
tlons 25 csnts; five Insertions 40 cents.
For Rent Dwelling, 1527 M
street, at present occupied by
the Kappa Kappa Gamma soror
ity, will bo for rent Soptembor
1st. Will be-enlarged or remod
eled if desired. George H. Rog
ers, 1530 L. 134-5t
Lost Brownio No. 2 Kodak, at
state farm, Ivy Day. Return to
Nebraskab office. 137-3t
Lost Waterman's Ideal foun
tain pen. Owner '8 name on bar
rel. Return to Ncbraskan office,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 0:
hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dis
eases of women. Auto 3038.
DR. 0. H. RUSH,
Richards Block. Both Phones.
OPTOMETRY A PROFESSION
The Human Eye is Worthy of It
When you go homo send to mo for tho
muBlo thnt aro tho "lilts" hero at tho
Unl. Stay in tho gamo oron though you
aro at homo.
WALT "The Music Man"
1313 O 'STREET
UNIVERSITY JEWELER fc OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1128 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yew ratrtttf c Salfclte
"See Us and See Best"
1143 O STREET
SPEND YOUR SUMMER
VACATION AT THE
Tboy aro easily reached via
". Great Western
The 8t. Paul-Minneapolis "Short LJne"
j Two Dally Trains
Daylight 'Twin City Express" and"
Elootr'n T IcVMml "Twin Olfv T lmlwV
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto
O ft o
Miss Vina Hudson just re
ceived a notification from the
board of education of the Fair
mont schools that she has been
elected assistant principal of the
local high school.
Domestic Lunch. J. McKen-
sie, 1230 II.
Not to Meet
DR. J. R. HAGGARD, 221 Burr
Blk. Both Phones.
-' joimui utuiu una cumpitnu m evoty
Leave Oraaha'9 A. M. and 8:30 Pr M.
Round Trip $12.50
Juno 1 to September 30
Agents of all lines sell .tickets via
tho CHICAGO GIIEAT WESTERN.
For further Information, , call at any
ticket ofllco, or address
FRED WIGHT, Dist. Pass. Agt
151 Farnam St. Omaha, Nobr.
The Gennanisticlie Vcrein will
not meet Wednesday night. The
meeting has been postponed for
Herbert W. Kendall, state stu
dent Y. M. C. A. secretary, is in
Lincoln ..after a trip of several
weeks, visitincr the various col-
leges of western Nebraska. lie
will bo in the city for about a
week. Mr. Kendall is at present
putting in most of ms time or
ganizing the 'delegations viiich
will go to the Cascade student
conference in June.
a. a a
Byrno Marcellus, Alpha Tan,
gave an evening of readings at
Arlington, Neb., Saturday even
ing as one of the numbers of the
high school lecture course.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, S. B.
Goon, agt., 216 Richards blk.
Before buying your spring foot
wear lot Beckman Bros, show
you their new snappy oxfords.
1107 O st.
Dolph Watson and J. E. Wood,
both Alpha Tau Omega, and on
the Kansas tennis team, spent
Sunday at the Nebraska chapter
The entire chapter of Pi Phi
spent Saturday in Wahoo visit
ing Miss Sylvia KUlian, who -has
recently dropped her work in the
The Y, M. C. A. midweek meet
ing tpnight will "ho. addressed by
Mr. George M, Pinneo, physical
director of the city Y. M. 0. A.,
on "Tho Tendency in Athletics."
Mr. Pinneo is a graduate of
Northwestern University and of
Springfield Y, M. 0. A. training
school. Ho was a member of
fotftball, track and baseball teams
at Northwestern. The meeting
will last just f6rty minutes," be
ginning at 6:50 p. m.
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Friday May 20
Last Dance at the Lincoln
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