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Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Cameron's Lunoh Counter. 123 8 12.
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Sen6 your friend, one of those pen
nauts at the University Book Store.
. Why not take your baths at Chris
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Chistmas will soon be hero. A nice
jennant from the Co-op will make a
Green's barbor shops excel all others
in the west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
?.No better or more serviceable pres
ent than a good fountain pen. Qet it
at the Co-op.
If you can't see this ad. clearly, call
at Harris' and have your eyes exam
ined free. 1137 O St. tfe's reliable.
Mrs. J. C. Bell, 1414 O St.
Wigs for home parties. Hairdress
lng, scientific manicuring, chiropody.
Chistmas will soon be here, A nice
pennant from the Co-op will make a
v ttalr Dressers.
Best; soft water shampoo In the city,
124 ho. 12th St. E. Goodman Tanner.
, There .is not much time left on your
old calender. The now ones at the
Uni. Book Store have the newest de
signs as well as the newest dates.
. "Why "hot get a Uni. Pin for that
3mas..preseht7 Sterling silver and sql-
iu suver-jina soua goia. .Jtrncea, sue
and upwards,, Atftho Go-op. r
There's one place in a thousand
where you can find the" real Rookwood
pottery. Come into Harris arid see it
1137 O St. He's reliable.
Why not get a Uni. Pin ,for that
Xmas present? Sterling silver and sol
id .Bilver and solid gold. Prices, 20o
and upwards. At the. Co-op.
Good resolutions and good deeds arc
the order of the now year. They
should "bo recorded in one ,of our neat
little diaries. Drop in the Uni. Book
Store and see them. "
Pennants which will' make vory suit
able 3Cma8 presents for your friends or
, for thp home folks will be on sale in
"Mhe Y. W. C:vA. rooms on Tuesday
andThursday atvChapel tlmVand from
j 00 to 2:00 every day. Prices range
from40 cents to $1.25. -
i We buy
And we tnd frtt to ur appUetnt oar
"iJOOKi wtniM ' WHuojmoioiwww
ehool-booki, with thj prieei ftwhJeU
wo accept $ccona-nana
ntf M wtU u tmo
We pay cash
For -U mtrkUbl tehooMioolcf, or if '
cettrta, wa creuu cwniiinmenu on
count, to N Pud by u lu other uthool-
"Doou xrom umo m umf oNaa.
81-33-35 W. ISth St., New York CMty,
Mention OtU ad.
At the Forbes
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n a THYDKIP ly social. It has boon a rule that
UvIKjAl 1 ilUtvllLj ' I eighty per cent of the dues should be
EVE. 50c. 30c'. 20c & 10c.
Everybody-Orc. 25c, Bal. 10c.
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..LYRIC THEATRE., i
Mat, 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and
Admlslon, 10c and 15c.
THE HAWAIIAN 8ERENADER8
Singing and Instrumental Music.
GEORGE LYNN AND BERT PERRY
MACK AND DUGAL
In "A Strenuous Sprain," a travesty
act on Lifo Insurance.
VONTELLO AND NINA
Premier Roman Ring Gymnasts.
3 rent Female Impersonator Hand-
somo and Costly Wardrobe by
Worlh of ParisSings Soprano and
'When the Flowers Bloom in Spring
time, Mollle.Dear," by Jack Wilde.
ON THE LYROSCOPE, THE AUTO
MOBILE THIEVE8, THE GREAT
EST MOVING PICTURE EVER EXl
HIBITED IN LINCOLN.
Ladies' 8ouvenr Matinees Tuesdays
, December. ,
Freslimen class meeting, Memorial
Hall. 11 a. m. "X
Students' Agricultural Society meets
in Memorial Hall.
GerraanClub meets, with Professor
Fosslor, 1517 South, Seventeenth
Seniors meet, TJ. 208, 11 a. nu
Catholic Students' Club meets ai
Thirteenth 'and M streets, 8 p. m.
Sophomoro Hop, Fraternity Hall.
School pf Music students' recital,
Mem. Hall, 8 p. m.
Students' Recital School of Music,
Memorial Hall, 8 p. m.
Chancellor Andrews. Address.
Dramatic Club meets with
Rudge, 1824 C St., 8 p. m.
Faculty and Alumni Informal Dance;
I Get a HacK?
Stables, of course
k.yit w .vJni V ,tA&x''ti?i!
Barber Gives Illustrated
Lecture at Convocation.
"Romnn Portrait Sculpturo" was tho
? subject of Professor Barber's illus
trated lecture yesterday morning nt
i Convocation. Boforo tho lecture Mr.
Aronfl, president of tho Latin Club,
i spoke of tho object of tho club in pro-
I motlng Latin scholnrsnlp and told of
'used to purchaso somo memorial for'
tho Unlvorsity. Upon tnis occasion ho
presented a bust of tho young Augus
tus, which wns made. In Florenco, tho
original being In the Vntlcan nt Romo.
Professor Barbor replied with words
of thanks for tho gift and praised tho
good spirit of tho club.
In his lecture, he said tho Romans
oxcelled oven -the Greeks in portrait
sculpturo, for they wore of a renllBtlc
naturo, practical 'and not speculative.
When the head of a family died a wax
mask of tho face was made and pre
served In tho family. Sometimes these
wax images wore painted and often
wore worn by a living person In a
funeral procession. Thus were the
features of their ancestors preserved,
nnd It waB not long beforo they were
modeled in marble ami bronzo. Tho
Romans wore successful lri bas-reliefs,
but moro especially in busts. v
Professor Barbor showed several
pictures of statues qf Augustus' and
other members of his family, Llvia, his
second Avlfe; Julia, his only daughter,
and her sqcond husband, Agrlppa, who
built tho first Pantheon. Besides
these were many fine Views of other
noted Romans, Including Sclplq, Sulla,
Caesar, Cato tho youngpr, Pompey,
BrutuB, Cicero, Tiberius and Mark An
tony, together with ' Cleopatra and
WILL PLAY AGAIN.
Anxious for Another
The lnterclass athletic sltiiation has
cleared up somewhat in jtho lastlay or
bo and it now looks as tho the cham'
plonship would bo definitely decldeov
TlioSonior'football squad voted unani
mously, at a meeting held yesterday
morning, la favor t playing another
game and'4nftho the-Freshmen have
taken no definite action on. the mat
ter, both their captdlrand manager
declare that they will play. Tne game
win proDauiy come oil some uuju nuxi
week and will undoubtedly attract
more attention and bring out more
enthusiasm than any class game' ever
played at Nebraska.
The general opinion is that the teams
are very evenly matched and that.it
Is anybody's game, it being conceded
that the. Seniors did not play up to
form in tho last game and' that the
Freshmen are probably weaker on ac
count of injuries.
k The game last Saturday was excep
tionally hard on ,tho men, this" being
duo largely to the condition of ' tho
ground. Boltzer and Arnold, who
played a star game for the Freshmen
at half, aro both considerably injured
and it Is probable that at least the
latter is out of' the game for good.
Sunderlin, who altho sent in as a sub
stitute and without experience, played'
a most plucky and creditable game for
the Seniors, is also out of it
Professor Sweezy will lecture on the
subject of" "The Moon and Eclipses"
at thp State Farm Friday night' He
has prepared an Instructive discus
sion, which will be illustrated by lan
tern slides. ,
Cornhuskers, get busy. Townsend.
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