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COLLEGE OF LAW NOTES
Tho iloor ami windows of our "don'1 hnvo roudivotl a much
J. 11. Davis is spending a low weeks at his homo in tho
wostorn part of tho state.
Blaekledge is absont and the Juniors miss his philosophical
questions and impossible illustrations.
Tho Juniors woro indulging in tho tho pleasures (?) of an
examination in Torts Tuesday morning.
Tho Maxwell Club vill have a debute with tho Palladians
next wook. Messrs. Kehn, Alexander, and To boy will repre
sent tho Maxwells.
Tho following item appearing in tho list of lisences issued by
the County Judge explains itself: "George E. Tobey, ago
2S, Ulysses, Neb.; Ora Gardner. University Place." Tho
affair was consumated last Tuesday evening". Tho 'Maws"
one and all extend their most sincere sympathy and best wish
es to the happy couple.
The Juniors are putting in rogulur tims practicing on tho
diamond for the coming event with tho Seniors., Up to time
to going of press only three causalities have occured. . Mana
ger is suffering from an injured thumb nail; first bnsoman
Uupont from a ruptured blood vessel in the nose; and pitcher
Ewart received some severe bruises in the side as tho result of
a collision with Burleigh.
A special meeting of the Juniors was called Monday evening
Inst for tho purpose of organizing a base ball team. After a
lively campaign and a hotly contested election Ned Abbott suc
ceeded in being elected manager and tho business of organizing
was left in his hands. He immediately orderod all tho Juniors
out to practice and issued a premptory challenge to the Seniors
for a match game Up to the hour of going to press the man
agers of tho two teams have not been able to agree upon a
dato for tho game. They have, however, extended an invi
tation to Dean Reese to officiate as umpire.
FOUR -BUTTON SACK SUIT
By Hart, Schaflner & Marx
To step into our store
for a few minutes and
look over our new styles of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
suits. They are acknow
ledged to be the finest
clothes made in this coun
try. It will certainly pay
you to see them and get
o,ur prices before you
decide what to wear this
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
Kent College of Law.
Marshall D. Ewcll, LL. D., M. 0., Dean.
School year opened Soptomlior 5, 18!8 Three
your course. Improved methods unltluc theory and
practleo. THE 80H00L OF PRAO TIOE IS THE LEAD
INQ FEATURE. Evening sessions of ten hours a week
for each claus. students can iik hew hui'I'OHtino
whii, k 8TtiDyiN(i. ArransemontH made for supple
mental prollmlnury education. For nitalouue, audress
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B., Secretary,
018-610 ASHLAND ULOCIv. CHICAGO. ILL.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING COMPANY
OF Ji.LXj KINES.
D. E. DE PUTROH,
Kooin 5, 101 O St., Lincoln, Nab.
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The high standard and progressive
methods which have Riven this
School its enviable reputation for
over thirty years are carefully main
tained. For circulars of detailed Informa
tion address the Secretary,
Dr. N. S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St,, - CHICAGO, ILL,
1013 to 1019 O STREET.
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