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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1908)
THE DAILV NEBRflSKAN
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Y. W. C. Av Programs Varied,- But
Last Wednesday n rouBlng Cascade
meeting was hold, whore the songs
silng ht the summer conference woro
8i)ng, giving an Idea of the "fun"
fll'do of Cascado conference as Been In
th'o College Day exercises. "Scarlet
and Cream" was sung In closing iirnT
wyiy that left no doubt as to the
ldyalty of tho-' Y. W. C. A.-girls to
our dear old University.
'KUIc -Adams spoke for- n few min
utes about tho fun we had. last- year,
mentioning as" wlrocbulrt not liQlp but
d"6 the venrhell) dnd'gdta In such a
place.'. ,...'.. , ' " ' '
Monday noon a rouBlng meeting wan
held by the membership committee,
as' tblB week rtnd rioxt there 1b a
membership campaign on, with Caro
line Osborne captain of the Cream
side and Cora B. RocUwood of the
Carrie Schultz spoke of our aim for
200 more members in this campaign
and called on Miss Osborne and Miss
Rockwood to speak.
"Scarlet and Cream" was sung with
the thought of showing our loyalty to
our University by making the associa
tion tho strongest In tho United
Next Monday another membership
meeting will bo held 'and results or
the week's work announced by the
captnlns. Many are responding when
asked to Join the association.
' Friday evening the first of a -series
of five socials was held In the Y.W.
C. A. rooms. Evangeline Strickland
planned the social as social chairman
and, as usual, It was a great success.
Helen Gray, Delta Delta Delta, had
charge of part of the program and
"Mary Jane" was enjoyed by all. An
outdoor social will be next In order.
Miss VIbbard spent Friday, Satur
day, Sunday and Monday at Peru, Ne
braska; State Normal, holding several
services and having many personal
Interviews. She also spoke at tho
Baptist church on Sunday night. All
of these services met with wonderful
results and Miss VIbbard speaks In
the highest terms of Peru Normal, the
Y. W. C A. and the young women
who were so good to her there.
The Sunday meetings at the Lyric
theater have been growing week by
week. Last Sunday was especially
strong and In numbers next to the
one when Mr. Bryan spoke. Dr.
Laura J. Brown Is a woman of strong
"personality and real strength of char
acter and her service was most help-
Sunday, MarcTT29th, a musical pro
gram will bo given. The University
Chorus,, under Mrs. Raymond's- lead
. ershlp, and Mrs. Conant, one of tho
best, ltnot tho best, soprano In the
city, will furnish the program.
These Sunday services will close
the second Sunday of April with a
stereoptlcon program, giving many of
Tissot's pictures of the sufferings of
Christ and the Resurrection. Thl3
will bo in charge of Professor Barker.
All yoitng women are Invited to at
tend these meetings.
i i Wearers
DRESS FOR YOUNG MEN
Always keep ian eye on this store.
They have learned to expect the
best from ,us, because they always
get it. Ask any of the town's well
dressed men where to get the
smartest suit, the swellest top coat,
the correct hat, a choice shirt or tie
or anything in the toggery line arid
the answer will be
Why, The Sterling Clothing Comp'y
We've so many choice things that we can't do them
all justice and cover the whole territory. So we jut
ask you to come in and see our ....
The Sterling Clothing Co,
1:217 O STREET
Eat at Elam'B.
Indiana orators have petitioned for a
chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, the hon
orary debating fraternity.
Cozjr suppers Dalrymplo's.
Juniors of Illlnola University have
already elected tho staff of the 1910
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 O St
The-Senlor class of the University
of Oregon will present as their play
this year Sheridan's production, "The
Beckman BroB. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
The University of California cele
brated its fortieth birthday last Mon.
day. Elaborate exercises constituted
tho day's program.
Members of tho senior class desiring
pictures without cap and gown are en
tied to the CornhUBker rate. Town-send.
. A. lc special post card sale at the
Unl. Book Store. , .
' Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Hayden, photographer, special rates
tar studeat. .1127 O street
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
The gymnasium instructor at Mis
souri has introduced association foot
ball into the class work and he has al
ready four classes of eleven men each.
Go to 'MrB. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for chiropody. .
Post cardsxat less than half price.
The Unl., Book Store.
"Townsend Panel" a style and ef
fect in portraiture that speaks for
Advertise your wants in the Ne-braskan.
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Suits and O'coats Made to Order, SIS
NO MORE NO LCTS
World's' Greatest Tailors
J. P. IMQORY, Manisr and Cutter
UN Irani, 145 St. latl St.
Now Is the Time! Subscribe!
Tht Nobraskan for remainder of School Year only 75c
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