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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1903)
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. Two frnt men were talking it over.
Neither could understand why Georgo
Brown was so popular with the ladies,
lie didn't go to many of the danrea,
or the theatre, yet every frat glrlkbn
the campus put herself out to speaklto
him, and he waB at all their parties!
The discussion of woman's vagaries.
fickleness, etc., waxed warm, uiffll It
attracted the attention of afellow
Greek, who inquired the whenfore.
"That same thilw?-worrJedme a lot,
too," he said, "hilt I see through his
little game noyy Sunday afternoon I
was calling- and noticed at the Alpha
Kappa house a picture with a card
reading: "Congratulations on your new
pledges. Georgo Brown." A little
later I discovered a like remembrance
nt the Delta Omega's and at the Kap
pa Beta's ditto. I always though that
George's head was level, and this seems
to confirm said suspicion."
A use has at last been found for the
cave located south of the city, around
wlnu. so many weird rumors hang.
Last Saturday evening Beta acta
PI UBed this cavern as a place In which
to initiate ten men into the mysteries
of their fraternity. The men were con
ducted from the chapter house and
landed, for all they know, deep into the
earth, where, far from the prying eyes
of common mortals, the Beta oaths
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE OUTGIT FOR
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Tho Yollow Front, 1123 O 8troot
J. V. Parr, of Peoria, 111., has been
pledged to Sigma Chi.
Glen Mason and Mr Bates
been pledged to Kappa Sigma.
AG. SPALDING & BROS
MIbs Winifred Chadwick of St. Paul
Is visiting at the Tri Delta house.
FOOT BALL SUPPLIE
Kappa Alpha 'i'neta wll initiate Sat
urday evening at the chapter house.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammond have
issued invitations to the marriage of
their daughter, Clara, to Mr. Jesse
Clark McNIsh, on Wednesday evening,
October 21, at 7:30 o'clcok at the home
of tho bride. 009 South Seventeenth
street. Mr. McNish is located at Wis
nor, where he and his brldo will re
side. Ho is an attorney and Is also en
gaged In the real estate and loan busi
ness. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
C. McNish of Fremont.
Misses Susan Barnhart and Minnie
Petrashek entertained informally atji
chafling-dish party Saturday afterriqon.
Flinch and other games were played,
and a very pleasant afternoon was
passed. Eight young ladies were the
guests: Misses Myra Withers, Helen
Miss Emlng of Grand Island has been
visiting her sister at the Delta (Jamma
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained in
formally at tlie chapter House last
The PI Phi's gave their weekly in
formal dance at ine chapter ..ouse Fri
MIbs Lillian Robinson went to Oma
ha Friday to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben
Friday evening the town girls of
Dela Gamma gave an informal party
at tho chapter house.
Miss Grace Montgomery of Platts-
1 mouth visited her PI Beta Phi sisters
at the chapter houseTSunday.
1 ILLUSTRATORS l
iq ENGRAVERS gM
, - JlfPJgnrintKcwest tPifA
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The Kappas will lve a party Thurs
day eveninir at the home of Miss Mabel
Anderson, Jean Brewster, Mary Tho- Rlckpt8 n honor of Miss Clara Ham-
mas, Geneva Bullock, Kmma bhlnbur,
and Anna Moore.
Lincoln alumnae of Kappa Alpha
Theta met and formed an alumnae
ohapter yesterday at tlnrhoma of Miss
Ida Robblns. Mrs. W. E. Hardy was
elected president, Mrs. F. F. Fling, sec
retary and treasurer, and Mrs. C. F.
Ladd was appointed head of tho en
tertainment committee. The new chap
ter meets on Wednesdays uit intervals
of six weeks.
The following commltteo has been
announced to arrange for tho Fresh-
- man law Imp-; QorgDo Lncy, chnlr-.
man; James Fisher, master of . cere
monies; Glen Hupp, Guy Moore, E. D.
Eager, C. A. Davis. The date of the
hop has not yet been decided, but It
will be held some time in the near
Delta Tau Delta initiated the follow
ing men last Saturday evening: Will
Rine, Fremont; Lloyd Denslow,
Hoopcrt James Woodward. Aurora;
Clyde Wilson, Broken Bow and Frank
Hay ward, Vinton. la. After the cere
monies a banquet was served at- the
( hapter house.
This signatures Ts on. every box of the genuine
Laxative BroiwQyinine Table
tho remedy that "IXf oltl la one day
At Wisconsin tno Sigma Chi frater
nity has purchased a i0,000 lot, on
whicn a new chapter house will soon
bo erected. Delta Upsilon at the
same institution is contemplating the
erection of a new house and have pur
chased a lot valued at $5, GOO.
Bishop Williams of Omaha conduct
ed services In Lincoln Sunday; nd
whllehere was a guest at the Episco
pal club housed -
Saturday evening the young ladles of
Delta Delta Delta entertained a few of
the faculty members. Light refresh
ments wero served.
Miss Florence Flske, tho well known
singer, left Sunday for Now .ork City,
where she will study for a year In one
of the New Yor.t conservatories.
$f 00 to Bonesteel, S. I).,
Via the North-Western,
Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Train leaves Lincoln at 1. : -Ifi. Ticket
good returning on train leaving Bone
steel Oct. 1(5 to 19, Inclusive.
Sam's Caie The only place in tho
city to get the famous Little Gem hot
waffles. Special service fr ladles.
Chris' Bath Parlors, llth and P Sts.
ARE MADE IN ACCORDANCE
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Fratornities-at -Wisconsin have an
nounced their new podges. Four of
the frats lead, each having pledged ten
men, whle Delta Gamma leads tho sor
orities with thlrteon pledges. Tho Kap
pas and tho PI Phi's come next with
nine new pledges each.
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Miss Gertrude Tyler entertained a
few friends Wednesday evening In
honor of Mrs. Helon Lawrence Turner
of London, England. Professor Star,
Mrs. Starr and Mrs.-Turner furnished
excellent music during tho evening, c
Mrs. F. E. Campbell Is at homo to
her friends the first Thursday after
noons In each month.
STUDENT WANTED To do a little
outside work in the morning. Call at
the business manager's ofllco between
9 and 11:30.
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Floe Chocolates and Bon Bona of our own
manufacture. Cheapest in the city.
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