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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Nebrnsku. as second-class mall matter
under the Act of CortpresB of March 3.
It Ib getting bo that masters of. cere
nionleB have to exorcise considerable
bravery to avoid being stampeded for
dance programs. At the Freshman
dance Friday night there was a perfect
melee not only about the gentleman
distributing programs, but about the
It wasn't Freshmen, olther, who did
tho scrambling. Come, let ub be civ
ilized. In Bpoaklng at the Y. M. 0. A. feed
the othor night of the athletic achieve
ments of "Dad" Elliott, Jorgonson said
that when in college the International
RP9ULTS T EL L !
Wt claim to be the test CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
Mr to preye it Our methods aro the VERY LATEST' and our work
Men the beet that money 'can secure. .
"." Wb olean the flneiit dreeieB aad. robes wjoul -danger of fading or
shrinking in, any way. Wo also olean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods, called for and delivered, AH goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering "and repairing.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI8T.
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Phene Bell 147 1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone 'Auto 1292
-Btudents' secretary could run a hun
dred yards In one and a fifth. When
told that the time must have been ten
and a fifth, "Jorgy" replied that he
know that the man could go some, any
.way. Be sure and hear this all around
man. He speaka at thcTomplo, Friday
evening at seven o'clock.
President King of Oberlln, in a ro
cenL address to studentB, forcibly ex
pressed what he considered the "fine
art of living" by expressing ones per
sonality on others. He said that he
had been asked by a senior what he
considered worth while In life, and
he had replied, "Be what you ought
do what you can enjoy what you
- may." If everyone should try to fol
low this ndvlse .they wouldn't mlsa
much in life.
The daylight saloon will be a' good
thing for Lincoln, But prohibition
would be better. Prohibition ould
practically prohibit as far as students
are concerned 'and -the students ought
to receive no littlo consideration in
the mind of the Intelligent 'voter. A
good many of the substantial business
men of town are 'also saying- that the
saloon is not oven a benefit"" to the
WashlngtonD. C, March 13, 1908.
Editor of Daily NehraBkahf
Dear Sir: A meeting was held
March 10, 1908, In the parlor or the
Y. M. C. A. for tho purpose of reviving
"The University of Nebraska Club of
Washington, D. C," which was organ
ized "some twelve yoars ago. About
forty members were present, of which
number only four or five had belonged
to the old organization. The former
constitution was adopted and the fol
lowing officers olocted:
President, Hon. E. M. Pollard, House
First vice-president, Dr. B. H. Han
sen). Second vice-president, F. K. Nellson.
Secretary, P. R. Jones.
Treasurer, MIbs Adeline Ames.
Executivo Committee Mr. L. J. Pep
perburg, chairman; Dr. Horen Met
calf, Mr. C. W. Melick, Mrs. L. L.
Harter, Miss Ida Bengston.
Aftor the business, a "Nebraska
Feed" was in order, interspersed with
Nebraska yells. The following mem
bers were present:
W. V. Shear, '01.
W. P. Sterns, '95.
M.C. Hall, '06.
Dr. C. L. Shear, '97.
C. G. Bates, '07.
A. W. Sampson, '07.
W. Heald, '0f.
P. P. TIele, '97.
C. W. Melick, '04.
W. B. Hunter, 'J)7.
MIsb Adeline Ames, '03.
EUJ. Nellson. '02.
E. E. Gillespie, '90.
P. A. Ewlng, '07.
U h. Harter, '03.
Dr. B. H. Ransem. '99.
P. R. Jones, '07.
Mrs. L. L. Harter, '03.
L. L. Zook, '07.
Dr. G. G. Hedgecock,'99.
C. A. Sunderlln, '07.
Dr. Horen 'MeTcalf, '03. .
G. B. McDonald, '07.
Denton Slaughter, '07.
A. F. Woods, '90.
Dean.iV. Winchester, 'OG.
A. J. Hazelwood, '07. "
MIbs Cora Thomas, '79.
Miss Ida Bengston, '03.
J. C. Crawford, '03.
W. D. Hunter, '02.
L, J. Pepperberg.
, Mrs. Horen Metcalf.
' Mrs. G. G. Hedgecock.
Mrs. W. V. Shear.
Mrs. C. W. Melick.
G, A. Pearson.
The University of Nebraska Club of
Washington, D. C, sends greeting to
its Alma Mater and gives three .Rahs
and a Tiger. Very; truly your,
PAUL R. JONES, '07.
Bureau of Entomology,
'Washington, D. C.
Two months more of school. Iet ub
have your duplicate order for pictures
as soon a8.r"pp88lble,, .Tqwnsend,
of tho clasp
is easy. It's
flat the only obso-,
jutcjy iiai cinsp gnner
? ii tho Rrlehton. Milll- 'r72
ons of men know .this buy n
IJW Vim n,i1 iinf tl,m. 'Inn irnr irl
ii there, and they coit only ft quarter
a pair. Remember It.
tmUM MiTCRMR Ct 71l Mum St., Pwutarsu
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Tuesday, March 17.
11 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Richard L. Metcalfe on "Buncombe."
11:00 a. m. U. 211.
Tennis Club meets.
Thursday, March 19.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior clnss meets.
Friday, March 20.
7:00 p. m. Temple.
A. J. Elliott, International Students'
Secretary for the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday, Marhc 21.
8:00 p. in. Gymnasium.
Girls' basket-ball. Minnesota vs.
Friday, March 27.
Non-Commissloned Officers' Hop.
March 30 to April 4.
Monday to Saturday, Inclusive.
Friday, April 3.
Engineering Society Hop.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24..
Friday, May 1.
Company B Hop.
Now spring shoes. Tan and patent
leather low shoos will bo extensively
worn this spring. We have a large
variety of the latest styles at popular
prices. Call and see them. Rogers &
Perkins, 1129 O.
Today the Famous display of Easter
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