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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Miriam Buck loft for Superior to
day to attend the graduation exercises
of her brother.
Lincoln Alumni of the Y. W. C. A.
will give a wild rose tea on the Tues
day afternoon of the commencement
week. A business meeting wll bo held
afterwards. All visiting alumni espe
Tod Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
The California Polytechnic Institute
San Luis Obispo, Cal., is looking for
a man to fill a position in agronomy
and farm management at a salary
which would probably equal or exceed
William A fnwcUU saggea-n-ot-
Company I, has just received news
that he has passed the physical and
mental examination at the United
States Military Academy at West
Point. N. Y., Mr. CowgiU is a son of
Dr. Cowgill of Lincoln, and has for
some time been interested in military
drill at the University. . He enters
West Point June 14.
Engineer Killed in
Frank Wolesensky, '12, graduate in
the college of engineering of the Uni
versity of Nebraska, lost his life yes
terday by falling from a forty-foot
crane in the city of Plttsfleld, Mass.
Mr. Wolesensky was engaged as a
student in the test department of the
General Electric company at Plttsfleld
and having been given a holiday was
attempting to take a picture of the
yards where he was employed. In fo
cusing his camera he lost his head
and becoming dizzy, fell forty feet
from the top of the crane to bo
crushed on the pavement below. His
home was in Omaha.
We offer a personal and practical
course in Salesmanship, with hand
some profits assured. Will be at room
315, City Y. M. C. A. until Saturday
noon only. Adv.
The dean of the College of Agricul
ture is in receipt of applications for
men to fill four positions in agronomy
at the University of California, salar
ies ranging from $1,200 to $1,800.
There is Always Some
Place to Go in the Summer
SEE THE ROUND TRIP RATES
Circuit tours to New York $53.10. Boston $50.60.
These are the lowest rates of these tours-other routes
at higher rates. Tickets on sale June 8th, limit 60 days.
Ask about them.
Yellowstone Park via Gardiner fc9 nn ci j
qV1? olo t0 SePtember 16th. ' Return limit Octob
Grand Canyon $55.00
G'acier .... $61 1Q
Colorado Springs . $17 50
Ft. Collins $17.50
Estea Park $24.50
Arnold's Park $994
Spirit Lake $9,94
Hot Springs $14.85
Ogden and Salt Lake $30.50
Lake Geneva $21.15
Three Lakes ."Z$25i35
Waukesha .. $22.70
Sheridan $24 85
Thermopolls S3? nn
iiuueupons $16.20 Klrby $ioO
st Ful $16.20 I Glacier National ParklZZ'sWon
1 no above tickets will I be on sale dally June 1st to September 30th.
RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st, 1913.
Write fop Literature About Glacier Park, Yelowstone National
Park Booklet, Summer Tours to the Pacific Coast, etc.
Q. YV BONNELL,
. ' City Passenger Agent
Burlington Route. 1 13th & O St. I Wl M.U
Pay for the Name
When you buy
a Spalding Ath
letic Article, as
some dealers who
are after bigger
profit on Athletic
Goods would have you infer.
You pay for-and get-honest
workmanship and material.
The name as evidenced in
the Spalding Trade Mark
is put on as a guarantee 01
what you pay for.
Our Complete Catalogue on request
A. G. palding & Bros.
28-30 So. Wabash Ave. Chicago, Illinois
ARE HARD TO BEAT ! !
Wo Have a New
aad Complete Line
We Solicit the Fraternity Trade
Subscribe for the Rag
THUIIS., KM.. SAT.
Tho Tabloid Mimical Comedy
For a Day"
With JANET PRIEST and a
Three SIiowh Daily. Matiuoo 2
P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M . Mati
nee all SeatH 10c; Night lfc.
TIll'RS. FW, SAT.
DAVIS fii.wnini.i, THIO
DENNY & PALMER
"A Race for New York"
Tl10 AlKt'" Sacrifice"
Three SIiowh Daily Matinee. 2
P. M. Night, 7 and 9 P. M. Matinee,
children fc, adults, 10c; Nights all
We serve the purest and Huyler's Chocolates
best HOT and COLD RE- $1.00 Fountain Pens
FRESHMENTS in Hie city. $1.00 Safety Razors
Students' 3-Course Lunch, 25c
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University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information co
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director . -11th and R Sts
Of the University Y. M. C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 to 8 : 30 Dinner 11 to 1 : 30 Supper 5 : 30 to 7
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