The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 13, 1907, Image 3

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The Girl of the Streets
Mat. 254, 10c, NightO, 3Q, 2Q.& IO9
THR.r,FRI., SAT. & MAT., MAR. 14-16
THE WORLD'S QREATE8T FUN
MAKERS THE FLINTS
NEW HYPNOTIC NOVELTIES.
, PROGRAM,CHANGE8 NIGHTLY
EJvc 50, 35 & 25c. Mat. 25 & 10c
Ladles Free Opening Night.
Usual Conditions.
MONDAY NIGHT, MAR. 18.
PAUL GILMORE
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Presents "The Christmas Gift."
RAYMOND TEAL
FIELDS & HAN80N
SHANNON & STRAW
HI GREENWAY
JACK WILDE
Illustrated Song,
"Just Remember That I Love You."
LYROSCOPE
Ladies' Souvenir Matinees Tuesdays
and Fridays
The BIJOU
3' SHOWS DAILY 7:45 apd 9 p.. m.
10c and 15c, Mat., 10c.
MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
MAXWELL A DUDLEY
MILLER & McCAULEY
CHEATING. JUSTICE
On the Biograph
AUER & DEONZO
ADAMS BROS.
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Fare Thee Well, My qid Kentucky"
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LITTLE LORD MAYOR
THE MURDERER
WHEN 'MOTHEFt-ilS VIOLENT
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ILLUSTRATED SONG
"We Never Seemed So Far Apart
Before."
MISS EtTA.GUBNEY
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Continuous ShowsfronV, 1:30 to 6:30
aild 7:00to10:3(f p. m.
IL, J. HERZOG
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THE RNESf WORK "DONE AND PRICES RtBHT
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BARBER SHOPS-Qreon's Palace. '
BATHE-KJhrhV, Grand Central. '
BOOKS & STATIONERY' Co-op, Lin
coln Book Storo, Uni. Book Store,
Harry Portor.
BAKERY Potry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAPE Sam Weaterflold, Don Cam
eron, Windsor,
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
Palne'a Fountain.
CIGARS Lindsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
gee & Deomer, The Sterling.
COAL Gregory, WhltebreasL
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
som. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
sbelmor, Rudgo & Guenzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Riggs.
ENGRAVERS Cornell.
FLORISTS Chanin. Bros.
FURNITURE the "'Ben way Company,
Hardy.
HABERDASHERY-12.50. Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. JVC. Boll.
JEWELERS 'Tucker Hallott, F. B.
Harris, Herpolshelmen
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
Evans.
LIVERY Ensign, ForbeB, Mellck,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Goorgo
Bros., McVoy, Simmons, The Ivy
Press.
MUSIC Curtice, Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SUITOBIUM J. C. Wood.
TAJLORS Unlnnd, Union
Tailors, Ludwlg, Herzog,
Bros., Dresher.
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric,
Elite.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood
wrltor Co.
College
Elliott
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WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
UNIVER8ITY BULLETIN.
March.
Junior Girls meet, 5:00 p. m., U. 208.
Y. M. C. A. election of ofllcorB, 7:30
p. m., In Y. M. C. A. roomB.
Sem. Bot. meets, 8:00 p. m., N 104.
Freshman vsD&..ves vbKkajjjoo
Freshmen vs. Y. M. C. A. Meteors
In bnsket-ball, 8:00 p. m..
Thursday, 14.
Senior class meet, 11:00 a. m. U.
208.
Convocation, 11:00 p. m.. Song re
cital by Miss Vera Upon.
Hawkeye Club meets, 11:00 a. m.
U. 109.
. Junior .class-meets, 11:30. a. m Mem.
Hall.
Girls' Intercjass Basket-ball Tourna
ment: 00 p., m., Armory.
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Greente barbershops excel all others
in the wesjL Entirely modern and the
best work assured.
"Mls's A:' E. Sbukup. Dressmaker
Special j. attention given to students.
1136 0, St. 'Auto 4003.
BASEBALL GOODS
Sole Agents for D. & M. Baseball
and Athletic Goods. We also carry the
Spalding line. Special prices to clubs
oh bats, balls, mitts and uniforms.
LAWLOR. CYCLE CO,
1324 O 8t.
Only bicycle and sporting goods liouso
. on O Btreet.
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sent to professor Barbour, "which, on
jiccqunt of scarcity of room, ho has j
never unpacked, but hns stored in va
rious fire-proof, places on tho campus.
The skeleton of an elephant unearthed
at Wymore, Nebraska, last year Is at
present stored In one of the heat tun
nels on tho enmpus, while much othor
interesting material is stored in the
basement of Memorial Hall.
All the clasBOB in Geology, except
tho very largest ones, will hold reci
tations in the east rooms of the now
building. Each of these rooms Is large
enough to accommodate a good-sized
class.
SENIOR PARTY.
Social Function With Many Phases of
Entertainment.
All seniors are requested to tup out
to the St. Patrick's Day party - to be
given next Friday evening, March 15,
In Memorial Hall. In the matter of
dress each one may follow his own
tvistes, but many will wear Irish cos
tumes, and It Is expected that every
one will wear something aproprlate
to the occasion.
No one should feel that becuuso he
or she does not dance there Is no
need of attending the party. It will
in no sense be a party simply and only
for the dancing element of the class.
It is to be given for the entlro body
of fourth-year people. And while
there will be plenty of dancing there
will also be plenty of other amuse
ments. Speicul attention will bo paid
to those who do not dance, and games
and special entertainment will be prq
vided for them. There will also be a
short musical program In tho early
part of the evening.
Let ail seniors turn out Friday even
ing. SENIOR MEETING.
Medic-Cornhusker Business Before
Class Again.
At a rather spirited meeting 'of the
Senior Class hold yesterday, the reso
lutions presented by. the Medic stu
dents were taken up and discussed.
The resolutions In effect call for the
granting of a Managing Editorship on
the Cornhusker to the Medical School
at Omaha, and were the cause of a
long drawn out discussion In the meet
ing. The representatives of the
Medics were out In force and their
side of the controversy was well pre
sented by several of their members.
Their claim is that they should .have
equal representation on the Cornhus
ker staff with the Senior and Junior
Classes and with the Law School.
While they do not claim bo large a
body of students as any of these
classes, they maintain that they are a
separate college of the University of
Nebraska and should have representa
tlon on the Cornhusker, which is sup
posed to be the representative book of
the University. They admitted that
the Interest shown by the Medics at
Omaha In the book has not been what
it should be and explained it by the
fact that the associate editors, who
now represent the Medical School, are
appointed by the Editor-in-chief, and
the Medics have no voice in their se
lection. It naturally follows that their
Interest would be rather lax on this
account.
Those who opposed the granting of
the claims of the Medics stated that
their reason for so doing was that the
Medical students were bo small a per
centage of the students represented in
the other classes that it was unfair
DR. CHAS. YUNGBLUT,
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HIGH CLASS PHOTOS
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Transfer Company .
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LIVERY SERVICE
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