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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
FETE DAY IS TOMORROW
8ITEEN HIGH 8CHOOL8 REPRE
SENTED IN BIQ TRACK MEET
ON NEBRA8KA FIELD.
OVER ONE HUNDRED ENTRIES
Several Teami Picked as Winners
but Many Surprises Are Ex
pected in Saturday's
Willi every detail completed every
thing Ih In rciullnpHH for the Annual
High Hchool track meet, common
ly known as tho Polo Day meet, to ho
held on Nohraskn field next Saturday
Afternoon. Up to the present date
there have heon entered 103 men to
take part in the oventn of tomorrow
afternoon. These 111 Oil ill u rpprruen-
tatlvea of sixteen different high
schools situated In tho various por
tions of tho state.
The meet will start promptly at
2:30 and will he completely finished
nt 5:15 us each event Is scheduled
to be pulled off at a certain tlmo and
thoeo not on tho scratch at that timo
will ho loft out. It Is quite a task
to get everything satisfactorily ar
ranged to accommodate such a crowd
of athletes so the schedule system
has been adopted In the hope that the
meet will not ho a drawn-out affair
iis It has been formerly.
The spectators will be amply ac
commodated In the grand stand at
tho north Fide of the field but tho
extra bleachers at the west end near
the finish have been set aside for
reservation These seats are to be
reserved ut a small cost at 10 cents
Tho strong track teams from Om
aha have won tho meet in the past
two oars but their chances of re
peating tho trick this yeur are not
quite so promising for several of their
good men are not in school at pres
ent. Lincoln usually has an extra
strong team but this year they too
are more or less handicapped by the
lack of material In the Missouri
Valley moot held at St, Joseph last
Saturday the Lincoln athletes were
able to capture only three points.
Kearney Military Academy are al
ways strong contenders in all track
meets and are booked to make an
excellent showing this year. York
and Pawnee City, although more or
less unknown quantities are given a
slight favor over any of the other
schools entered but It remains to bo
seen whether or not they will bo
able to make good
. Nebraska City Is represented this
year in the sprints by Smith, who
won hocond at the meet last year.
They are depending upon him for u
number of thoir points. Falls City
has In Roavls. a cousin of David
Reavis on the 'Varsity track team, a
demon ,ln tho polo vault. His prac
tice records this spring have boon
around tho 12 foot mark while his
record, ofllcially is 11 feet 4 inches.
The Hat of schools entered in tho
meet tomorrow are Ashland, Omaha,
Lincoln, York, Falls City, Randolph,
('rote, Hastings, Nebraska Military
Academy, Pawnee City, Tecumseh,
Nebraska City, Kearney Military
Academy, Beaver Crossing and Uni
is a good time to select clothes. Many new stylish models have been
created and added to the line since the opening season, especially in
the young men's line you will find some beautiful fabrics bought in
only one or two suits of a kind. They come in all the different
range of prices from $15.00 up and are splendid values for the
money, and then there is our elegant assortment of men's furnish
ings and hats.
FARQUHAR CLOTHING CO.
The Home of Good Clothes
1325 O Street
Delta Chi announces the pledging
of William E. Aldrlch of Fairmont,
the lnterclash track meet, report to
the locker room at '5:15 Friday, (to
day) May 1G. Bring suits to work
out u lltle. DAVID BOWMAN,
Professor Raymond W. Pool who
was taken with an attack of acute
appendicitis the fore part of tho
week Is still vt ry seriously ill. An
operation Is not possible on account
of his weak condition.
The Dramatic club held tryouts
Wednesday evening to fill a very few
vacancies The successful contos
ants are as follows: Marlon Pierce,
Gladys Wilkinson, Verda Sanbourne,
Mr. Aldrlch, Louise Wyinan. Mildred
Cummins and Helen Sorenson.
The PalladlariB will hold their an
nual picnic Saturday, May 17, at
Crete. The girls are requested to
bring two cups, two spoons and two
At Epworth park yesterday the
members of the Law college held
their annual barbecue Ball was
played and a good time was en
Elected to Publication Board.
The following men were elected by
their respective classes yesterday as
members of the publication board
11. K. Ammonium, '14; D. D.
Maples, '15, and E. J. Shoemaker, '16.
Ted Marrtner Cleaner. Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th
WANTED Young ladies resident in
small towns surrounding Lincoln
to sell articles of every day use. Ap
ply by letter stating territory desired.
Address A-25, the Dally Nebraska!!
WANTED Students, to sell our guar
anteed Hosiery and Silk Neckwear.
Goods of quality. Large commissions.
Write us now.. Lander & Watson
Hosiery Co., Porry, N Y.
FOR SALE Dress suit. Call at
School of Music for particulars.
For Formal Summer Affairs, Bond Street is Correct
Every man who is particular about his attire and who
wishes to have what is absolutuly correct in footwear will
include a pair of these Bond Street Oxfords in his shoe
wardrobe. Designed for a street oxford, it affords a
shapely style for general wear. The Bond Street has the
clean cut, custom outlines that characterize the English
type of footwear, a fashion that is now in high favor
among the best-dressed men in New York. Note the
flat-tread soles, narrow receding toe and low custom heel
Bond Street Black King Calf and
Tan Russia Calf Oxford
M Street Park
Lincoln vs Des Moines
3:30 P. M.
MAY 16, 17, 18
Don't forget to call ENSIGN
to take your trunk to Depot
when going home any time.
Ensign Omnibus & Transfer Ct.
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