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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBTIABKAN
MANY DELEGATES EXPECTED TO
ATTEND MEETING OF NE
Tho Nehraska Studenta" Conference
to bo held under tho niiRpicoH of tlie
Young Men's Christian Association of
Nebraska openH today at Doano Col
lege. Crete, Neb. Sessions will com
mence tonight at 8:00 and will con
tinuo until Sunday evening Work
ers' meetings will take up Saturday,
culminating in a "conference feed"
Saturday evening This dinner is to
bo informal, with some "stunts" by
prominent Y. M. C. A. men. Delegates
will be entertained at the homes of
residents at Crete Seventeen dele
gates have announced their Intention
of going from here and it is believed
that this number will be swelled to
twenty-five before tho train goes to
night at r:oO o'clock on the Hurling
"Dad" Elliott and .7. I Ilailey will
speak at the opening meeting. Other
prominent men who will be present
and who will speak are:
A. 71. Elliott, international Y. M. C
A. socretary; 7)r W. V Lawrence,
pastor FirBt 7'resbyterlan Church and
chairman Men and Religion Commit
too, Lincoln, Neb ; Guy V. Aldrlch,
state student secretary of Iowa; It
II. Garner, Btato student secretary of
Missouri; J. V. Ualley, stato secretary
of Nebraska; Chas A. Fordyce. chair
man Stato Student Committee; J
Dean Ilinger, lawyer, South Omaha;
C. Ix)ren Harkness. general secretary
University of Nebraska; R J HI.
monds, general secretary Nebraska
Wesleyan University; Rev. II Hunt
Ington, pastor First M R Church.
Crete; Rev John V. Cowan, pastor
Congregational Church Crete, and
Stanton Turner, state student secre
tary of Nebraska.
University men planning to attend
M. V. Arnold. II. II. Wiebe, R. M
Lehew, I) M. Rogers, F. .7. Colbert,
R. C. Gee, J. R. Reach, It. A. Smith,
II. W. Hess. W W. Guidinger, August
lUomcamp, B. B Frost, II. S Kinney,
C. A. Hauptman, S H Tier, C S
Harkness, A. II. Dinsmoro
Coop Clerk "This book will do
half your studies for you."
Fresh ie "(Jive me two." California
In Spring Clothes for
Men and Young Men
Small, bright but very neat patterns hold sway
this Spring. Basket or Celtic weaves, plain diag
onals; stripes, Bedford cords and hair line effects.
The very finest imported and domestic fabrics.
Young men who want smart styles are especially
well provided for here this year clever distinc
tive models from Hendleys, Society Brand and
Ederheimer Stein and several other good lines,
showing the new English effects and also more
conservatwe models for those who wish.
$10 to $45
THE "Happy Medium" in Semi-jV?-toed shoes.
'Extren.Hy comfortable, while being up-to-the-hour
in St ' ' -sion.
Its fine, aiHij-i' .lies are due, in large measure,
to the skillful "rocker' ' i 'vex curve of sole, with concave
curve of upper.
This latter giva short vamp
that will not wrinkle (through
excessive slackening of leather)
when forepart of shoe is bent in
Illack Smooth Calf
Also Russia Calf
Soli's l.r S( Single
Heels 11h Military
Speier & Simon
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
Corner 10th and O Street
I Monday & Tuesday, April 15-16
Funnier Than Ever
Everybody that is anybody will be there
Dinner 11(30 to Ii30 'IE
Supft liM u 7i30 XuC
Also Qaftrlan Styl
Y. M. c .
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suits Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed
Shop in Busement Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
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