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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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blRECTOhY. 1 , '
autlnssi DlrtcUry-Hrety loyal
University student is urged to prttfoa
lie thes Nebmskan adrtrilMM, ad
to -mention tke Nebraska while do
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Palace Clothing Co
Spolor & Simon ,
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' DRY GOODS ' l
Miller & Paine
nudge & Guonnel
C. H. Froy
Magee fc Deemer
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudge fc Guenzel
Speior & Simon
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Magee & Deemer.
- Palace Clothing Co.
Rudgo fc Gueniel .
Speier fc Simon
Van Tine .
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Y. M. C. A. Spa
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How We Show Clothes
You're not asked in our store -to try on
wrinkled misshaped garments, jerked
from the middle of a tall closely packed
pile of suits lying on a table. Our suits
' are dust-free, unwrinkled, actually ready
to wear, as they're taken from their
hangers in dust-proof, cabinets. The old
way you're never sure of perfect fit; our
way you can. tell instantly.
KENSINGTON CLOTHES--$20 to $40-the very
perfection of the clothes maker's art. They' rebuilt
to Fit and Stay Fit. The quality's there too,, you
may be sure, as you'll find' but "once you wear them.
L-SYSTEM CLOTHES-$15 to $30--distinctive
clothes for young men who want garments built
to set off the. dash, the vigor and the manliness of
youth Better fitting, better wearing, better looking
clothes for the money than the majority of young
. men's clothes.
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AMEKICAN ALUMINUM MWH)FACTURIHCf,
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GABLE WRITES LETTER.
Former Nebraska Athlete
inents on Meet.
To the Editor of the Nobwis
knii : I lincl the opportunity of be
ing Vith the track team clear
through the meet yesterday, and
it way- possibly be of interest to
know some of the Impressions
made on an ex-track man.
Frankly, I did" not expect Ne
braska to win,, for I know that
only three 'old men were in good
condition, and that Kansas had
a bunch" of well conditioned old
timers. I also know the lack of
interest early in the season, the
smallpox scare, and 'the lack of
a track until about three weeks
ago. I bad not been with the
men an hour at the Eldridgc
hotel before T came to feel that,
there "was something extraordi
nary iu the atmosphere. There
was no nervousness j thoro was
no excitement; there .was no bois
terousness ; there was present
that, subtle but deep and power
ful thing known as "spirit."
Previous tco.ms have been corii-
posed, in large part at least, of
"stars." Yesterday there wero
no "stars" i,t-was '"constella
tion." No man went into .an,
event alone the" "whole team was
behind him, and ho knew it. Ev
ery point was fought for to the
last inch. Probably those who
have novcr contested do not un
derstand what I mean, -but those
who hav.o worn the spikps know
that when that spirit pervades a
team it spellflC Victory
T have heard- dozens Of Kansas
people say that itwas the closest,'
cleanest meot they had over wit-,
nossod. Timo and again through
Jhe meet vthei score vas 'h tie.
"With the score 53 to 51 in favor
of Kansas just beforo the mile re
lay, Kansas wa$ sure they bad it,
and went nearly wild with glee
dning. the first half mile. .Al
though Ankeny and Powers had
tlie - two fastest Kansas men
'against them, thoy almost held
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their own, and when Reed began
to burn up the ground Kansas
went sober. But when -Burke
broke loose like a runajway whirj
wliu'd, Kansas grew sick at heart,
and, without a whisper, crawled
oft! the benches and went home.
Examination of the records
shows 'that the work of every
nian on the team "deserves the
highest, praise, and the tcain de
serves the. most loyal .support of
every man and woman in the
university. "With the university
back 6f""thcm, they aro going to
trim Minnesota next Saturday as
they did Kansas. So three
cheers for the team, and three
cheers for Coach Cherriugton,
who has resurrected the "spirit"
which spells victory.
The Cosmopolitan Olub
meet at 11 o'clock in the
of tho German department, UJL12.
As the meeting is important, cV
cry member is requested to be
Field Geography 10.
The second section of" the class
will go on an joxcursion to the
lower' Platte vailedFriday and"
Saturday of this ivepk. All who
expect to go should report to
either Dr. Cohdwi or Professor
Tlul. announcements are out of
the marriage of Arthur R, Wil
son, '07, to .Miss Roxena Powel
son, May 11. Mr. Wilson was
in the engineering department
hero and is now with the Puoblo
Bridge "Co., Colorado.
Superintendents J". II. Sever
idgo of Couneil Blubs, N. M. Gra
ham, U. of N. '01, of South Om
aha , A. IT, Watorhouso, Fremont,
and y. "Vv, $tono 0f York wero
in the administration . buildjng
Saturday incopfcrence concerning
tho summer scliopl ' of superin
tendents. ' i,
Tht First Trust ,t Sav
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