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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1913)
TflE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Orders Taken for
Cornhuskers on Campus
Today for Last Time
After Bending in the order for the
1913 Cornhuskers to the printers, the
business managers found that a very
few more orders could he accommodat
ed and as a result those who did not
have the necessary fifty cents or a
dollar last week can place their order
today. Tables will be distributed
around the campus as usual, and you
can exchange your money for a paper
receipt any time between 8 and G
o'clock. This is absolutely the last
chance, and any one wishing to order
in the future will meet with a flat re
fusal, so says Business Manager Kav-an.
Ames Takes Closely Ft tight Track Meet
(Continued from Pago 1.)
braska (Reese, Undstrum, Wherry and
Racely, second. Time, 1 34.
Ono mile relay Ames (Wilson, Cow
an, Ferguson and Crawson), flrBt, Ne
braska (Zumwinkel, Hates, Hacely and
Beaver), second Time, 3 33.
WILL the girl who took a dark blue
raincoat from the girls' gym cloak
room please return it. 4-26 4-26
LADY STUDENTS desiring good pay
ing position during summer months
will apply to MIbb CasB In writing or in
person, Monday and Tuesday, 445 No.
13th St. L-7124. 4-26-3t
NOTICIC For classy finishing seo
Frederick Macdonald. Auto phone
B-3368. The Know How Photographer.
The L System College
and High School Week
all the smart and sat
isfying 8 t y 1 e s in
young men's clothes
on display, Stop!
Look! and Learn!
No obligation to buy.
(A handsome poster
in colors for your
roomwhile thy laft,)
Elimination For Second
Semester Soon Held
By Dramatic Club
Tho second semested competition
for membership in the University Dra
matic club will bo held Wednesday
evening, May 14 in the Dramatic club
rooms in tho Temple according to an
announcement made by tho judging
committee !ato last evening. Theclub
in the past has held a try-out each
semester to give those students in
terested in dramatic work an oppor
tunity to receive election to the or
ganization. Candidates are given a free range in
the selection which they present be
fore the judging committee which con
sists of members of tho club. They
must confine themselves, however, to
scenes from some dramatic work,
mere monologues or recitations not be
ing considered sufficient. A time limit
of five minutes is also put on tho
For particulars in regard to entries
or for suggestions for proper solec
tions, candidates are directed to con
sult the secretary, Miss Ethel Hills.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A fraternity pin, name and
date on back. Return to Rag office.
Roavis Gist will ,give "Monsieur
Beaucaire" at the Temple Theatre
Wednesday 8:00 p. in. This is the first
of a series of senior recitals to be given
by members of Miss Howell's classes.
LOST A gurnet pin on S street be
tween 15th and the University, on
the campus. Leave at Registrar's.
FOUND A leather purse containing
several dollars in money and several
checks. Owner can have samo by
Identifying and paying for this ad.
LOST A class scarf pin with C. R.,
'12 on it. Please return to this office.
LOST A lavafier' Friday night, "lie-
turn to this office. Reward
WANTED Student to represent Lin
coln firm in northern Kansas or east
ern Iowa during summer calling on
banks and physicians; good commis
sion; expenses guaranteed. Address
all replies to P. O. Box 633, Lincoln,
AGENTS WANTED Use your leisure
time and earn $4.00-10.00 per day; out
fit in pocket sample case; details sent,
upon application. Clinton Mfg. Co.,
Clinton Bldg , Columbus, O. 4-29-4t
Preserve Your College Work! I
MAGEE & DEEMER
Dr. Alldrltt, Dentist, 202 Ganter Bldg.
9 " i i.i i-.i .i ii i i ii
Has Been Solved for You
Complete Party Service
Is Now Offered You by
Our Retail Department
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PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGIN
NING MONDAY NIGHT, APRIL 28.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
is invaluable to college students who
want a record of their college work af
Wo give special attention to the
needs of students. We have typewrit
ers to rent, as well as to sell. A few
rebuilt machines at a bargain.
L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
X25 North 13th Street
Low heel Oxfords and
Pumps on the English
Last, Gun Metal, Tan,
Suede and White Nu
Buck Pumps. These are
the very latest styles.
They are swagger. Call
and see them.
ROGERS & PERKINS
1129 0 Street
James Diamond & Brennan Sibyl
Charles B. Lawlor & Daughters
PROFE8SOR OTA GYGI
FIVE JUGGLING MOWATT8
PEGGIE LENNIE AND CO
DO YOUR WASHING
ARE HARD TO BEAT ! !
We Have a New
vti Complete Line
We Solicit the Fraternity Trade
THURS., FRI., 8AT.
MON., TUE8., WED.
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you want to ride with the pleasure of
knowing you will not soil a costly
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Our cabs are all full size where
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as cozy and clean on the inside as you
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Her pleasant remembrance of her
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It means luxury comfort and pleasure.
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