The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 19, 1906, Image 3

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Mat., 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
Admlslon, 10c and 15c.
PATTV brothers
Champion Head to Head Balancers.
Moris. Alexander Introduces One of
the Most Marveloqs Feats Ever
Known Walking on his head.
, FOXIE & FOXIE CIRCU8
8mallest Show on Earth. Just like
Barnum & Bailey's Only So Differ
ent. AL BURTON
Comedian.
RING & WILLIAMS
In Their Original Comedy Creation
Dugan In the Asylum.
CLAUDINE RILEY,
Cbrnetist.
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MOVING PICTURES
T.he Vanderbllt Qup Race or "The
Race for a Wife."
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.
December.
Wednesday, 19
b Ohnncellor Andrews. Address. "Tho
President s Message."
V. W. G. A. candy sale In Associa
tion, room all tlay.
Debating squad Erellminary, 8 p. m.
Memorial Hall.
Thursday, 20
American Chemical Society meets in
Chemistry lecture room at 8 p. m.
Dramatic Club meets with Mrs.
Rndge, 1824 C St.. 8 p. m.
Friday, 21
Handel's "Messiah."
Chrls'tmas holidays begin C p. m.
Saturday, 29
Faculty and Alumni Informal Dancio.
LOST A gray cravonetto on Fri
day afternoon. Qlovoa Inside pocket.
Had initial's. Pleqsfc,, return to No
braskan ofllco.
Since the change in man
agement, we have received
many new patio is and our
old boarders are returning.
It will'pay you to give us a
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8. E. Johnson '00, Engaged to Proml
nent Boston Woman. 1
The following press dispatch from
Boston says:
"The engagement of Miss Abble
May Bv,,nH of Boston and Itov. Samuel
Johnson-' of kanBing, .0., formerly of
Lincoln, Noh., was announcod hero to-
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pcarean scholar and. nubile reader of I
wuio ronuiauon, .inu uaugiuer oi a
clergyman, Rov. M. H. Evans, a well
known Methodist divine 'of this state.
Her brother is Dr. M. H. A. Evans, Jr.,
of Itpxbury, a Harvard graduato, anl
one of the. leading physicians of tho
city. Tho date of tho woddlng is not
sot, but announcement cards have
been rent out and a few. weeks hi
all probability will boo tho happy
union, which is scheduled to be. an im
portant event here."
Rev. Johnson graduated from the
University In 1000, receiving the do
gree.of B. A. Since that tlmo he has
bedn.. studying at the Doston Theo
logical Seminary, from which ho grad
uated last ydaiv Ho Is at present
pastor of tho First Methodist church
at Lansing, Ohio.
Freshmen Hold Banquet
To cheer their drooping spirits after
tholr failure to interforo with tho at
tendance of prominent Sophomores at
the hop last Friday ovonlnj?, about
thirty Freshmen decided to hold an
impromptu banquet at Sam's Cafe and
spent the evening in feeding tljo lnnor
man and in recounting what they
would llko to have .done to their orst
whllo adversaries. An exceedingly
pleasant evening is reported by thoso
who woro present.
Harvard Wins Debate. '
Tho annual dobato botwec'n Har-I
vard' and Yale was won by tho former j
school. The question under discus
sion follows;
"Resolyed, That further restriction
Of Immigration is undesirable" By
"further restriction" is meant tho ap
plication of additional tests with tho
object of diminishing materially tho
number of immigrants, but tho naturo
and practicability of such testsjiro not
to be discussed. ' ' t
To Have Training Table.
Tho baskothall team of tho Univer
sity of Chicago is to have a training
table. This may seem strange in view
of the fact that Chicago was foremost
In the movement to abolish this feature
in football training, but wo hope the
experiment will prove a success. If
it can be shown that such un Institu
tion is indispensable to athletic train
ing, tho asinine ruling of the Confer
ence mny be abolished. Dally Mil
rbon. To Have Musical Program.
The members of.tho'Y...W. C, A. vill
enjoy u rare" treat on Thursday after
noon, of this weok at G o'clock in U.
100 when a musical program will bo
rendered by prominent,, singers of Liu-
coln. Among thoso who will appear
on the program are Miss Maude Ken
dall 'and Miss 'Charlotte 'Hullhorst,
both' of whom are too well known to
University audiences to need further
comment. A full program will appoar
in Thursday's Nobraskan.
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. It is planned to exhibit at each Con
vocation period during, tho remainder
of tlie year, some painting belonging
to the University art collection. This
is donb'af the Instigation' of the Con
vocation committee In order to stimu
late the intewjst of University students
in things artistic. . , '
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