The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 21, 1907, Image 4

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"Foxy Mr Bowser
Mat., 25 & 10c. Eve., 60, 30, 20 & 10c
FRI., 8AT. & 8AT. MAT., MAR. 22-23
B. C. WHITNEY'8
, Piquant Musical Mixture
With CHA8. A. PU8EY
"ISLE OF SPICE"
Company and Orchestra of 50 People
Night, $1.50 to 25c. Mat., $1 to 25c.
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ARCHIE ROYER AND MY8TA
JACK WILDE
Illustrated Song "Just Because Your
Hair Is Curly."
THE LYROSCOPE
Ladies' Souvenir Matinees Tuesdays
and Fridays.
The BIJOU
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MODERN VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM
3 K ELTON S 3
THE STADIUM TRIO
THE TEDDY BEARS
On the Blograph
ROGERS AND MACKINTOSH
HERBERT AND ROGERS
MI88 EDNA WOOLLEY
8lnglng, "Take a Sail In My Boat"
3 8HOW8 DAILY 7:45 and 9 p. m.
10c and 15c, Mat., 10c.
THE ELITE
coooooooooo
THE HAUNTED HOTEL
THE CONJUROR'S PUPIL
THE ENGLISH ZOO
THE ANGLER'S DREAM
FIRST CAMERA
NEW TOBOGGAN
ILLU8TRATED SONG,
"Dreaming, Love, of You."
8ung by LESLIE POMEROY
"Darling, Will You Love Me When I
Am Old?"
8ung by MI8S ETTA GURNEY.
Continuous .Shows from 1:30 to 6:30
and 7:00 to 10:30 p. m.
THE BIG CONCERT.
(Conlinuod from page 1.)
whistling solo, "College Life." Mr.
Ireland fully sustained his reputation
as a warbler and was warmly applaud
ed, being oncored a second tlmo.
The work of the Glee Club proper
horo, however, was of an unusually
high order. The voices blended per
fectly, and every word was distinctly
onuclatod. There was a noticeable ab
sonco of ragged beginnings or endings,
there was no flury, but complete self
possession, poise, and sympathy; and
the manner in which tho men passed
from tho high serious and classic to
tho comic and dramatic was something
unusually high class for a group of
amateurs.
Ono of tho first things sung was
"SunBot," by a double quartette.
There were somo parts of the number
requiring sympathetic rendition and the
way tho porformors hero got into tho
feeling of tho song was something
truly commendable. More difficult
pieces, perhaps wore "On tho Sea" and
"Annlo Laurie," but whether on tho
classic production or on "a battle!"
all voices kept together with perfect
precision. This was probably tho
greatest part of tho program but by no
means the only enjoyable part.
The mlnlstrel show with its full
tones, catchy rag-tlmo and original,
just freshly-Imported jokes servod as a
good preparation for the climax, tho
groat, grand, glorious and gorgeouB
"operatta comique"! This minstrel
show occupied but about twenty-flvo
minutes while both tho other parts
took up a full hour each.
It Is In front bf tho hotel In Now
Haven. The Nebraska boys ore put
ting up within and "Cecil" Is seeing
that "Cudoma" sees that the baggage
comes around. Tho football -can tain
gives "Cecil" a note for "Dorothy" and
"Cecil," of course, transfers It to "Cud
oma,'' who, of course, a little later
delivers It to tho wrong girl. For a
flme the shadow of a t raged v threat
ens; the mascots lose their position
and "Cecil" Is just about to depart on
nls long, wearisome "railroad oxnldl-
tion" when ho Is called back bv tho
captain, who has somehow been happi
ly reconciled to the blushing "Doro
thy," then In comes "Cudoma." no
longer tho "brainless, idiotic dub" ho
once was, but a gentleman, mind you,
for "two bits" will buy two chances
on a policy, and 18 and 5 make 23,
thank you!
It all ends with a rouslne toast to
old Nebraska; "all the team shout and
wavo their cans, all tho "visitors" sine
and "Cudoma" from his ton-Inch and
"Cecil from his two-Inch tankard
quaff the stuff that would make Col
liers crow nalo with mortification, and
tho curtain goes down.
Among those deserving especial
mention In this part are "Cudoma,"
"Cecil." "Tho Lemon." "Tho Breozv
Travelling Man," and "Tho Nebraska
Ulris."
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.
March.
Thursday 21.
Freshman baseball squad meets,
11:00 a. m. In Y. M. C. A. rooms
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Professor
Louise Pound, "Early English
Books and Manuscripts."
Concerto Evening of tho Students of
the School of Music, 8:00 p. m.
Mem. Hall. -
German Club meets, 8:00 p. m.;
with Professor Wallace, 1529 So.
21.
Friday, 22.
Professor F. D. Losoy gives "recital
of "Macbeth," 8:00 p. m. Mom.
Hall.
Union Literary Society program,
8:30 p. m.
Palladlan Literary Society program,
8:30 p. m.
Saturday 23
Girl's Club entertainment, 3:30 p.
m. In Mem. Hall; tho Dramatic
Club give "The Burglar."
English Club meets with Miss Alice
B. Ensign, 1005 E St.
Forestry Club Pow-wow.
Gymnastic exhibition, 8:00 p. m.,
Armory.
Tho Students' Debating Club debate
tho question: Resolved, That the
best Interests of the country de
mand that Congress levy a gradu
ated Inheritance tax. 8:00 n. m.
Tuesday 26. .
inrst annual Easter concert, 11:30
a. m. Announcement of elections
to Phi Beta Kappa.
OLIVER THEATRE, LINCOLN
THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSICAL EVENT IN THE
HISTORY OF LINCOLN
Monday Night, March 25 "5LP
Grand English Opera Co.
In the Musical Sen- U a flam RnttArflu
sation " xm mclilain DUTIciTiy
Tho same groat Cast, Chorus and Orchostra as during its
rocont Nsw York Triumph.
Prices $2.50 to $1.00. Mall Orders Promptly filled.
SPALDING
ATHLETIC GOODS
ALWAY8 PA88 BECAUSE THEY ARE KEPT UP TO THE MARK
AND NEVER FALL 1ILOW THE OFFICIAL STANDARD.
Recognized Universally aa Best for Athletes.
SEND FOR THESE BOOKS NOWTEN OHNTfl PER COPY
No. 238. Group XVI Muscle Building. By Dr. L. H. Qullck, Director
of Physical Training, N. Y. Public Schools.
No. 27. Group XII College Athlotlcs. By M. C. Murphy, the well
known Athlotlo Trainer, now with Univ. of Penn.
No. 240. Group XII Athletic Training for Schoolboys. By Geo. VT.
Orton of the Univ. of Penn. and a famous athlete himself.
A copy of our complete oatalogue of athletic goods will be mailed upon
request.
MAIL ORDER DEPT.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
126- Nassau St., NEW YORK.
149 Wabash Ave., CHICAGO.
FRATS-
When in need of COAL call and see the
WHITEBREAST CO.
We will treat you right
Phones: Bell 234; Auto 1610.
Office 1106 O.
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At the Forbes Stables, o! course
AUTO 1550
BELL 550
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H" te PRINTING
Why Not Let Them
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CLEAN GOAL AT GREGORY'S
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Till University Mm's Tallir
THE nNEST WORK DONE AND PRICES HBHT
1230 O 8 fREET
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Rubber Stamps, Stencils,'
Seals, Trade Checks, Keys
Look Smithing, General
Machine Works, Model
Makers, Eto.
308 So. lit, LINCOLN
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