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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
C. H. Proy, florist, 1133 O street.
D; B. Stockman, Ames '82, was a bot
any department visitor Tuesday.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
PI Beta Phi annual formal party was
held laBt night at the Lincoln.
It. O. Warde, barber, Woods, 120C O.
Howard Piasters went to Aurora yes
terday to act as a Judge In u declam
Capital Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P.
The sophomore baseball team will
meet the Juniors this morning on Ne
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Jacob Ryan, '10, Is In the employ of
the Black Tunnel company at Sho
Talk with Ludwlg about your
The Palladlan girls presonted a pro
gram at the regular meeting of the
society last evening.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
City Engineer Shannon or Nebraska
City visited at the university recently.
He is a graduate of the university.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
John H. Stall, 'Q9, has been appoint
ed adjunct' professor of plant pathology
at the University of Arkansas.
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street. Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Procrams.
W. Si. Byorts, '10, of Lincoln has a
position with tho General Electric
company at Schenectady, N. Y.
Senior class pins can be obtained at
the university book store. There aro
a few left yet and tho comlmtteo is
anxious to have these off hands so re
ports can bo made. 130-8t
Hiltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12th
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Palms
and choice flowers of all kinds.
Ted Marrlner cleaner, dyer, and
hatter, 235 No. 11th St. Auto 4876,
1 325 O
Harriot Folger, instructor in homo
economics, was suddenly called to New
York Wednesday by the serious illness
of her sister.
Dr. Maxey of the law school was
one of tho Judges at the debato be
tween tho Wayne and Peru normals,
held at Wayno last evening.
Tho regular meeting of tho Tegner
society will bo held tonight in the
Temple. Tho special feature of the
meeting will bo a stereopticon lecture
on Sweden by Professor Alexis.
; The Agricultural club will hold its
annual picnic at Epworth Lake park.
.this afternoon. Members will take the
Lincoln Park cars, which leave Tenth
jnnd O Btreets, at 3 o'clock.
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Patent, like cut
A large shipment of about 1,200 spe
cies of plants was received from the
Philippine Islands for the botany de
Alpha Warton, a prominent member
of the Dramatic club, left for Aurora
Friday to act as a Judge in a declama
tory contest at that place.
At the meeting of tho Komensky
club held last evening at tho homo of
J. H. Brt, 2410 Q street, a comic play
was presented by tho members.
A definite schedule for rehearsals of
the senior play has been arranged, and
the cast is busily engaged in getting
tho play In shape. Critics who have
seen tho play before declare that it
will be one of the best plays over
given by a university cast.
Jack Clark, ox-'10, Phi Kappa Psi,
who has been located in Oregon for
tho past year, will leave for Alaska
the first of the coming month. Mr.
Clark will be a member of an en
gineering party which Ib to leave for
the northern territory at that time.
Otto Ketone of Humboldt, who Iuib
represented Richardson county In the
state legislature for the past two ses
sions, was in the city to bo present
at the Phi Beta Kappa Initiation held
Friday evening. Mr. Kotouc recently
completed his course at the university
and was elected to that Boclety a few
weeks ago when the new members
Registrar Harrison has received- nn
invitation to present; one of threo pa
pers before the National Convention
of Collegiate Registrars to be held in
Boston on August 7, 1911. 'These pa
pers precede discussions on subjects
such as "The Proper Delimitation of
the Functions of tho Registrar's Of
fice," -"'Uniform Blanks," especially iib
relates to the growing interchange of
students, and other topics that are
pertinent. Iast year tho convention
was held in Detroit.
Tast month the German club of, Co
lumbia university produced the same
play given under the auspices of the
German department of Nebraska at
tho Temple theater and In Omaha. Ac
cording to Professor Fossler we hnd
to take the lead and show them how to
AND HATTER ClUCtt SIMS
produce "Koepnickorstrnsso 120." Tho
production at Columbia was a very
elaborate one, It really being a Joint
enterprise of both 'Columbia and Bar
nard colleges. The play was given on
two consecutive evenings, with a mat
inee in between. It was very enthusi
astically received by crowded houses
at every performance, in that respect
resembling our local production.
One hundred thousand dollars is
given to Harvard, the mcomo after
the amount "reaches $150,000 to be
used for ' asslstalng worthy poor boys
seeking a college education, under the
terms of tho will of Harriet E. Godd
now of Sterling.
1220 O Street
BETTER GLAD NOW
THAN SORRY LATTER
Mechanics and all kinds of working
Architects and men of nil profes
sions Grocors '
General store merchants
Hardware- and all kind of merchants
to Join our 10,000 famllios settling
up the Pecos Palisades, the Sun
shine vnlley of Texas, Irrigated
land being put on the market by
the Kansas City, Mexico and Ori
ent Railway. An empire where
you nre needed and a homo and
fortune awaits you. Come and
Get there ahead of the railroad.
Excursion leaves Lincoln May 16.
Call or write for information.
E. E. BBVARD LAND CO.
State Agents for the Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient By Co. Land
Department, 830 P St., Lincoln,
Ten Wisconsin students havo been
suspended for hazing. Becnuse of ex
tenuating circumstances, however,, the
men were nil glvon very light sen
tences. Most young men want to
wear clothes which will
win the approval of oth
ers as well as themselves.
The matter of clothes is a
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Be critical in your decision
don't buy a suit because
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