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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1907)
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THUR8DAY NIGHT, FEB. 7.
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LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Georgo
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'MUSIC Curtice, Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
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SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
.Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
'WAFFLES Mrs: Day, Sam's Cafo.
Chnpin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 12th.
Tou will bo satisfied ..with Cameron's
. A good w.riting tablet is a necessity.
Get It at the Uni Book Store.
,Why not take your baths at Chris
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
Your writing always looks good on
our fancy box paper at tho Uni Book
Wisconsin defeated Illinois at basket-ball
last Friday by the score of 47
If. you have cardB, tickets or posters
lo Bo. printed, go to McVoy, 125 North
The Chi Omega sorority 'will give a
party at Walsh Hall tho evening of
Charter Day, .
Miss A. O. Soukup, Dressmaker.
Special rates to students. 1136 O St
The Kappa Sigma fraternity will
hold a dancing party at tho Lincoln
Friday, February 10.
Lost A gold chain; about eighteen
Inches" long, Monday in Uni. Hall.
The ,new Latin elective in Roman
Oratory under Miss Hunter has a
very large attendance.
Green's barter shops excel all others
in the. west. Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
There Is no time like Harris' ime,
If yoimwatch Jsn!t up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
For SaleMeal pickets at a big dis
count foi:' cash on a' flrakclass" board
ing house. Ask at cashier's window of
Farmers' Grocery Co. We have a snap
'SENIOR PLAY CA8T.
Number of Important Parts Assigned
At the tryout Inst night a number ot
tho parts were asslgnod to Seniors
for tho piny, "Tho Taming of tho
Shrew," which Is to bo given by that
class. All expecting to try out for
tho play nro urged, to bo present on
Wednesday night, February 13, when
there will be a tryout for tho parts of
Vlncentlo, Blondello, Trnnlo, Pedant,
a lord, hunters, playors and sorvnnts.
Tho cast so far decided "on is as fol
lows: Potruchlo E. M. Sunderland
Bnptlsta .J. E. Edgerton
Grumlo Del Gibson
Sly : .'.A. G. Schreibor
Luccntio L. A. Hlgglns
Gremio W. E, Standovon
Tailor M. Pltchford
Kntherlnn Helen Huso
(Understudy, Zola Doleker.)
Blancn Flossy Erford
(Understudy, AHco Ageo.)
Hostess Miss Hnnlou
Pago. .. ,'Mlnnlo Swozoy
Curtlss Knthcrlno Linderman
Widow resorvod for one of tho un
derstudies. This cast shows up some of the
strongest material in tho Senior clnBS.
Many of the persons chosen nro mem
bers of tho Dramatic Club, and tho
piny bids fair to bo a great succcsb.
Y. M. C. A CONVENTION.
University Men to Take .Part In Pro
gram at Columbus.
Arthur Jorgenson and J. L. Dor Kin
doren will appear on tho program of
the State Annual Convention of the
Young Men's Christian Association to
bo held at Columbus, Nebraska, Feb
ruary, 7-10. Mr. Jorgenson, who is
president of the University association,
will address the convention Saturday
afternoon on tho subject of "Missions,"
while" Mr. Der KIndedren will talk on
"How to Intensify Association Spirit."
Altogether there will be fourteen
representatives of tho University Y. M,
C. A. at this meeting. They leave herd
this afternoon and return Sunday
Among tho lecturers that will ap
pear before the Association aro Rev,
Robert F. Coylo of Denver, and Mn
Fred S Goodman of Now York, both of
whom have a wide reputation as plat
form lecturers. The University young
men are fortunato in being able to ge
the benefit of the lecutre course and
tho various conferences.
Band in Trouble,
A movement was started last Tues
day toward getting tho University
band to remain during the week of
graduation exercises next summer. To
this the members objected very stren
uously, and a committee was appoint
ed to call upon the Chancellor.- He",
however, upon being interviewed,
stood firmly for tho plan, and tho boys,
in order to ge credit, will probably
have to remain a week longqr than
Professor Barbour Writes.
In tho Cornell Countryman for Janu
ary appears a very Interesting article
on "Rural Water Works," by Prof, B.
H. Barbour. The article is well illus
trated and written in a delightfully
r .Chemistry, 44 AH students register
ed for Chemistry 44 will meet at 11 a',
m. Thursday in tho lecture room of the
Chemistry Laboratory to decide oh a
permanent class hour. S. AVERY
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