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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
COMING IN FOR DEBATE
Contlnuod from Pago 1
mid has completed tho Etutc examina
tion with grades to his credit high
enough for i flrat-grndo "vl,th- credit"
oontlflcatc. Ho uttended tho rural
schools In Iowa, but has taken the full
four-year high school course In Madi
son. IGlinor K. Nclaoh, the representative
of the northwestern district Is a sen
ior In the Sidney high school. He for
merly attended the Model high school
of tho Greeley, Colo., normal, and pIso
tho Itlveraldo. Colo., high bcIiooI. lie
1b a capable orator as well as debater,
having won first place In both fie
locnl and the district oratorical coiw
tests. As a Bfudeitt IiIb rank Is high.
Junius Graham Oldham, son. of
.Judge and Mtb. W. D. Oldham, Is a
Junlbr In the Kearney high school.
His father, a j romlnont lawyer, for
merly a member of the Nebraska su
preme court. Is a skilled public speak
er and debater, and li 1b Bister, Isabel
Oldham, won second honors In the
first stnto championship contest. of the
debating, league In liQ8.. This Is his
llrst year" In debate He Is a high
. .John T. O'-Connell or Atkinson, rep
ijcse.ntatlvo of tho northern district, 'a
a senior In the Atkinson high school,
He was on Atkinson's team last year.
In this' year's debates with O'Neill and
Valentine Mr. O'Connell won first
place. H6 stands well toward the
head of his class.
William W. Wert, or Trenton will
rtpre8ent tho southwestern district.
He was graduated from tho eleventh
grade course two years ago and re
entered school this year to take nor
mal training work and to finish prepar
nt'on for college. Mr. Wertz has won
first honors of his class at both gradu
has played havoc with our spring business, but we expected to be through in time
to make up for what we had lost. We are still torn up and can only hope to keep
even by offering you such unusual values that you can well afford to come in and
overlook all inconveniences.
In all departments we have made special effort to have the very best to be had
for the price, especialy in our Men's Suits will you find big values in smart, new
styles for spring
Prices Range From
$ 1 0.00 to $45.00
TOMORROW IS 1YY DAY
MORNING EXERCISES ON CAMPUS
.AND EVENING AT TEMPLE.
At 9:30 tomorrow morning the Ivy
day exercises will begin on tho cam
pus. The class song will be given
by the quartet and the poem read.
This will be followed by tho Ivy day
oration which will bo delivered by J.
T. Votava. Tho athletic program and
the Innocent announcements will take
place on tho athletic field In tho after-
' noon. In tho evening the class stunts,
the concert and. the dramatic club
play will bo held In the Temple the
ater. All students are urged to be
At the regular meeting of tho Union
Society, held tonight in tho Temple,
a musical program will be presented
by Miss Raynor's orchestra. This will
be followed by election of officers.
for Box Lunches open
until mid -night
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 1 1a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be in
serted unless paid in advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; three Inser
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
For Sale A good kitchen range;
nearly new; cheap. See Nebraskan
For Sale Due bill on leading pho
tographer In Lincoln. See Nebraskan
Wanted to Buy Old gold and silver
jewelry. C. F. Spain & Co., upstairs,
138 No. 12th St. tf
WANTED A man with a lawn
mower to cut tho grass at 1410 Q
street, today, Friday, May 19th.
Lost Conkljn non-leakablo stub
pen. Return to Rag office. 142-3t
Lost Sigma Tau fraternity pin,
with owner's name on back. Return
to Rag office.
LOST Large sized notebook with
semester's class' nbtes 'at Antelope
park. Return to Nebraskan office.
Foand A gold link watcb fobv with
tter "H" engraved upoujt. Inquire
at Nebraskan office.
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY -""
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
s JasW 0xsiiiiW ' ." afcsaV jft sV At M.am
Your Oxfords, Sir
Should be of that
that is suitablo for you. The
variety of lasts and patterns
carried in stock, at
makes it possible for you to
have just such a shoe.
Everything that is correct and made up
IN "A GRADE" LEATHERS
K I 1 A
144 NORTH 12TH STREET
All Souls' Church, Unitarian
H and 12th Street
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister
Sunday Morning, May 14, 10:45 Subject "Who Is the
Spiritual Man." - -
12:00 Meeting of Students' Liberal Rellgous. Union.
Meeting In charge O. H. dish.
All Young People are Cordially Invited
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