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THE DAILY NEBRA6KAN
TONIGHT 8AT. AND 8AT. MATINEf
"WAY DOWN EAST"
Night, $1.00 to 25c. Mat., 50 and 25c
WED. MAT. & EVE., MARCH 18
"BROWN OF HARVARD"
FRI., 8AT. & SAT. MAT., MCH. 20-21
"BIG HEARTED JIM"
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVE. 7t45 & 9t00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
"Longing for You"
. ..... T.HE TWO DOLLYS
,. Singers and Dancers
The Man With the Laugh Register
BIG -FOUR QUARTET
Kings of Mirth and Harmony
The Human Frog
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Witk CimeiiclHE HtU, March 9
FULTON STOCK CO.
The Beautifnl Russian Comedy
Drama artistically presented
in three acts.
Evening prices 15c and 26c
Matinees, Wed. and Sat 15c
beats rcsvd, Box ofllcoopousll n. m.
TIm Drag OfttUtv
CENTRIL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 STREETS
P. L. HALL, Presldont
P. B. JOHNSON, VIco-Pj osldent
BBMAN O. FOX, Cashier,
W. W. HACKNEY Jr., Asst. Cashier
miyEISin JEWELER 4 IPTICIAK
C. A. Tucker
' . OPTICIAN
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"About Bopnly men responded to tho
recent call for baseball candidates by
'Minnesota's coach, Walter Wilmot.
'Present Indications are 'for a .strong
Gopher team this 'spring:, i Dretchko,
last year's pitcher, is showing up in.
old form. Harry Capron and Borrow
man are the principal candidates for
pitcher. George Capron will probably
make first base. Second and third
bases will bo played by Kesting and
Captain Boyle, respectively.
For the first time in many years
Brown is complaining of a dearth of
candidates for the 'varsity baseball
team. The entire squad registered for
cage practice is but twenty-six, while
the average number reporting daily
Is fifteen. Iri former years fifty men
have frequently been on the squad,
and this, too, when there were seven
Or eight "B" men In college.
Prof. John Broadus Watson, for five
years in the psychology department
of Chicago University, has accepted
np appointment to the chair of ex
perimental and comparative psychol
ogy In charge of the psychological
laboratory at Johns Hopkins Univer
sity. Dr. Watson will assume the
duties ofhls,.new appointment!; on Sep
tember 1. '- ,rV r .. J -J
The Women's Athletic Association
at Michigan will hold Its annual meet
for girls of the university April 8th.
Among the events arranged are:
Thirty-eight yard dash, six-pound shot
put, and rope-climb.
The Maroon Athletic Association
has definitely decided to play Cornell
next fall. The game has been
scheduled for November 14, the date
offered by the Ithacans to Michigan.
Thirteen seniors and five juniors of
California University- were recently
elected 'to Phi Beta Kappa. In addi
tion three of the faculty were made
members of the society.
New Books in the Library.
Adam, M me. Juliette Ales Sentimentb
et noo Ide'es avant, 1870.
Le Roman de Mon Enfance-' et de
Blanchan, Neltje Bird Neighbors.
--'Birds T-hatrHunt and Are Hunted.
De Mouere, A. Doctrine of Chances.
Dickerson, Mary C. Frog Book.
Diggo, Sir Dudley Complete-Ambassador.
Dltmars, Raymond L. Reptile Book.
Fogazzaro, Antonio The Saint.
France, Anatole Crime of Sylvestre
Hewlett, Maurice The Stooping La'd'y.
Jordan, David S. ASn6rIcan Food
and Game Fishes.
Lindner, Theodor Die Deutsche
Marshall, Nina L. Mosses and Lich
ens. Mushroom Book.
Maupassant, Guy de Short Stories.
Serao, Matllde-kJonquest of Rome.
Stone, Wltmer and Cram, W. E.
Sudermann, Hermann Stein Unter
Walpole, Horace Memoirs of the
Last Ten Years of George ll.
Don'tfall to see the Greenville high
school graduates tonight at Union
Northwestern University will en
large the campus at EvanBton,
Ray. Gould, '04, Sigma Chi, was seen
on. the campus yesterday.
ENSINOON SPRING (LOUIES
The? IName Is
You'll never ask, "are Kensington Clothes
really better than others," after you once
put one of them on. The unseen portion is
. where they excel and its that portion that
tells in the fit and life of a suit If you're at
all skeptical, we have the. garment, ready
and anxious to prove all our claims. ' y
The new tans are pleasing to the eye and a
most fitting and serviceable color for spring.
- We invite you to see'them.
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A series of convocations at the noon
hour has been arrangod at Wisconsin,
for the purpose of getting tho students
together and developing a Bpirlt for
the whole university.
I can guarantee you good wages and
show you how to make good at our
proposition. The King-Richardson
Co., per R. C. Griffith, 323 No. 13.
The Irish students at the University
of Illinois are planning a special cele
bration for St. Patrick's Day.
If you y,ant to see ftie swellest tan
oxfords yo'u,fvervBav1 dropin at San
HERE'S "A "SNAP!''." An Al foun
tain pennewr.self-nlllng, 25 per cent
discount. Inquire at Nebraskan office.
The best place to eat in town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Qon't fall to boo the Greenville high
school graduates at Union.
Dr. HJJI, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapih Bros., florists, 127 S. 12th.
Per Ct. Discount on Trav
eling Bags, Trunks and
. Suit Cases.. .
C. A. WIRICK,
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