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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PROGRAM FOR BIQ HOL
IDAY 18 ALL COMPLETE
Continued from Pago t
l'l084'lUlttll of ClllBH lft.
Acceptance of ;llt
IMiintliiK of the Ivy
May j.ole diinec.
2:(Mi p. hi Stnte Farm lutercluss
1.00 p. in HiiHeball Riiine. Iron Sphinx
r:()o p. in. Announcement of Inno
(:(( p. in. hunch.
7:00 p. in. Hand concert.
7::t0.p. in. (ilee dull quariet concert.
S:0() p. in. -CIiihh "stunts."
8:. '10 p. in Dramatic club pla.. "The
Fair lOipieslricnne "
ENGINEERS TO SEE OMAHA.
Tour of Inspection Will Be Made Next
Friday and Saturday.
Upon leaving Lincoln next Frldny at
7:15 a. m. on an engineering Inspec
tion trip under the auspices of the
Nebraska bi'iinclies of the A. S. M. K.
and the A. I. 15. K members or these
societies will Inaugurate. In the en
gineering school at Nebraska some
thing that has neer been held before.
A large number of the eastern col
leges h.ild such Inspection trips each
year and require uverj engineering
student to do so in both his Junior
and MMilor yi'iirs.
I'lon their urrhnl in Omaha they
will visit the Oinaha smelter. Union
I'acillu shops, street railway and light
ing plants, and in tbe evening will at
tend a reception given them by the
old students and graduates of Nebras
ka. On Saturday they plan to visit
Wouldn't have a suit, no matter how fine the material was, if the
coat collar would not fit up snug. When the coat collar pulls back
and stands away from the neck there is something wrong.
IT IS THE TAILORING
It takes fine tailoring to make a collor fit and stay fit and many
makers won't pay for the skilled labor to do it.
We have SEVEN makes of fine clothes that do fit and stay fit as
long as they last and the cost to you is no more.
New models new fabrics and every one guaranteed to satisfy
you perfectly or your money will be refunded; could you ask for
Suits $10 to $45
the Florence pumping station. Fort
Omaha wireless station. Hennett's gas
engine plant, World-Herald's electro
tjplng plant, and to return to Lincoln
that evening, leaving Omaha at 7:2."
o'clock. The trip is, planned to be an
educational jib well as a pleasure trip
and several members of the engineer
ing faculty will accompan the Btu
The cabinet of the V. W. (' A will
not meet as usual Wednesday eenlng
on account of Ivy day.
The Spots Won't Come Back If Gleaned at
-it is easy to tell you what the
correct styles are for spring we can show them too,
in illustrations, but it's much better to show them to
you. It is better, to see the clothes, put them on and
look at yourself in the glass. Won't you drop in soon and let us show
you the smart new clothes we have provided for you? There's no bet
ter clothing made than we're showing; and the new models, the new
all-wool fabrics, the new colors and patterns are particularly attrac
tive this season.
$10 to $40 are the prices of Spring Suits,
I OT) I ,Oat,S and K.ainrnfltG Matchless values at any
price you want to pay.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx All Wool Clothes
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