The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 16, 1911, Image 4

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Dow, Omaha, tfilrd; Smith, K. C. M.,
fourth. Distance, 4G feet 1 Inches.
Discus throw J. Robor, K. C. C,
first; Planck, K. C. M., socond; C.
Robor, K. 0. -C., third; Tarboll, K. C.
M., fourth. Distance, 110 feet, 3
Total paints scored: Kansas City
Central, B4V6; Omaha, 25; KanBas
City Manual, 21 ; WeBt Dos Moines,
13 1-3; York, 13; Lincoln, C 1-3; Kan
sas City WoBtport, C; St. Josoph, 3 1-3.
Tho discus and the hammer throw,
owing to tho danger connected with
these events, wero held Saturday
morning on the Davenport tract.
Roforee, Dr. Q. E. Condra. JudgeB
at finish, S. A. Mahoqd, Fred Cornell,
Russell DurrusB and Earl Cllne. Field
Judges, Owen Frank, Arthur George,
Evans Hornberger and C. A. Wegner.
Scorer, C. Shlvely. Inspectors. Thomas
Goodrich, C. F. Lester, James Donald
son and Frank Relnsch. Timers, Dr.
R. G. Clapp, Georgo Dayton. Dwlght
Dell and Otis Shanafolt. Starter, O.
M. Plnnoo. Clerk of course, A. H.
DInsmoro. Assistant clerk of course,
A. N. Oberfelder. Assistant clerk of
field, H. C. Hough. Announcers, R.
H. Kellnor and Joe Ferris.
Now officers of tho organization
wore elected as follows: President,
Porter Graves of Kansas' City Contral
high school; vice-president, R. L.
Cams of Omaha; secretary, J. Toutan
of Kansas City Contral high school;
recording secretary, Dr. R. H. Jordan
of St. Josoph high school. It was
decided to hold noxt year's meet at
Kansas City with tho Central high
school, which won tho championship
Saturday, In charge.
Dr. Condra, who was one of tho or
ganizers of the Missouri Valley High
J In a very short time now you are going to see at our store the most
modern ana up-to-date store front in the middle west.
I We are doing this to get your business that is not all we are doing
or going to do. We know that the surest way to get your patrouage
is to be able to do morfc for you than other stores can do; our new dis
our new display windows are to be used to show you the good things
we have here for you at all times and to keep you in touch with the
correct things in men's &nd boy's wear.
We are ready to back our displays up with the goods and are going
to make it worth while for you to trade here by giving you the very
best values in all departments that your money can buy.
J See our suits for spring selling from $10 to $45.
School Athletic association, was pre
sented with a medal by its officers.
A meeting of th senior Ivy day com
mittee will be held Tuesday morning
at 11 o'clock sharp In University hall.
It Is Important that all committee
members be present.
Notice, Seniors.
Now gowns may bo obtained for $1
and caps and gowns for $1.25, at Lin
coln Book Store, 1126 O street, if or
dered at onco.
141-2t Chairman.
Notice to Juniors.
There will be a meeting of the
junior class in Memorial hall at 11:30
Thursday morning fop tho purpose of
electing an editor-in-chief and a senior
managing editor of tho 1912 Corn
husker. H. B. PEARSE,
142-2t President.
Prospective Teachers.
All candidates for teachers' certifi
cates (university, emergency and
county certificates) are requested to
report at an early date to the dean of
the teachers college.
You Can't Be Too Particular
about Personal Appearance
H WELL-DRESSED man counts for more in every way than one who is
carelessly dressed or laking in small matters of neatness. Here are
clothes made for men who are particular and for men who ought to be,
and are not particular enough. We sell clothes that help a man; that add to his
force by giving him a sense of being well-dressed; it's like being in good society
to wear the sort of clothes we sell. You ought not to wear anything else
the best isn't too good for you -and you know it yourself.
Won't you come in and see the new Spring Styles,
new fabrics, new weaves, colors and patterns
Spring Suits, Top Coats and Rain Coats, $10 to $40
Good Clothes Merchants
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