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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Time, The Place and The
IN IBSEN'S "A DOLL'8 HOUSE"
PRICES $2.00 to 50c.
FRI. & 8AT., DEC. 11-12
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Week Commencing December 7, '08
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
In the Military Comedy Drama
In Four Acts
THE BLUE AND THE GREY
Doors Open at 7:30 P. M. Curtain
at 8:15 Matinees Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 2:30
Seats Reserved 1 Week in Advance
Box Office Opens at 10 a. m.
Prices Mat. & Eve. 15c and 25c.
1329 "O" Street.
1330 "O" Street.
LATEST AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
"Welcome nil Btudenta.
fcl U I P I- S Inlaid Work o
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
11B2 O Btrwot
There are still a few
copies of the
left, which we will ,
sell for y
as long as they last.
We are selling them at
a discount because we
need the money. You
should buy one because
you want a souvenir of
the Greatest Football
Team Nebraska has had
On Sale at
Room 7, Admin. Bldg.
Oct n Mn jostle ticket tree.
C. II. Prey, florist, 1133 O SL
Dance music. Phono Bell G27. Auto
Ctanpln Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
A free MajoBtlc ticket with each
Miss Eflle Shlnn of Broken Bow is
spending the week at the Pi Beta Phi
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained at
a dancing party at the Temple last
The "Hag"' till February 1 and a
free Majestic ticket for 50 cents.
A meeting of the freshman hop com
mittee will bo held In room IJ 111 at
2 p. m. today.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
M. V. Arnold, '11, will quit school
some time this week and return to
his home In Brady.
Moth.er'8 Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eloventh St.
Coach and Mrs. "King" Cole left
for Toledo. Ohio, Friday afternoon.
"King" will practice law in that city.
Last evening Alpha Theta Chi enter
tained at a smoker at their chapter
house the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Tuesday evening the University
Men's ('lub will give a dinner to Chan
cellor Andrews at the Lincoln Hotel.
G. W. Squires of Cornell was a re
cent caller at the university. Ho is
graduate student there and was horo
A dinner at which 200 guests will bo
present will be tendered to Chancellor
CHRISTMAS' comes this month
Better Get Busy. Good Fountain Pens $2.50 to $10
MONOGRAM STATIONERY Any monogram, any color. Kurd's Fino
Linen Pnpor 80o to $2.fi0 per box. Engraved Calling Cards $1.5 to $r.0()
por hundred, including plato.
Established 1871 HALLETT, JEWELER 1143 O
Andrewsat the Lincoln hotel this
evening at o o ciocic.
Professor Bessoy presented a large
soil map of tho farm to Director Bur
nett recently for his office. It was
made from a recent government sur
vey. Dr. Howard will speak Wednesday
evening to tho engineering society on
the subject of Industrial education.
Tho meeting will be hold in Sclonco
Hall of the Temple.
Dr. Bessey nas recently received one
of tho original copies of Mlerographlc
by Robert Hooke, A. M., published in
1GG4. This work Is usually quoted as
tho beginning of microscopic science.
Sigma Chi has just granted a char
tor to tho Bungalow club of tho Uni
versity of North Dakota. This Is tho
first national fraternity to establish a
chapter at the Grand Forks institution.
Co-incident with tho resignation of
Chancellor Andrews of Nebraska
comes the resignation of President
Northrup of Minnesota. He Gas beon
tho hejid of that university over
In the sixteenth "volurao of Mineral
Industries of. tho United States aro two
articles by Professor H. E. Barbour.
Tho above work is published annually
and keeps a record of tho minora! re
sources of tho country.
J. C. Stevens, '05, Is now nn on
glncor of tho United States geological
survey tn charge of tho investigation
of wator roHources. Mr. Stovons 1h a
member of tho Oregon conservation
commission, and had a large, part In
preparing the roport of tho commis
sion. The University Girls' club will en
tertain at a Christmas konslngton Sat
urday, December 12, in Memorial hall,
from 3 to 5 oclock. All freshmen
girls aro Invited. Materials will bo
provided ho that dvory girl will havo
an opportunity to help mako a happy
ChrlstniftH for the patlcntB at the
The sophomore informal which was
to havo been held last Friday, but
which was postponed on account of a
conflict with the ofllcors hop, Is now
slated to take placo on January 29,
at Fraternity hall. Abbott's orchestra
will furnish the music. Tickets may
be had from members of the commit
tee or at tho Nebraskan ollice.
Y. W. C. A. NOTE8.
The month of Novomber was belter
than any previous month.
Reports from the different booths or
County Fair show the Alpha Chi Ome
gas having total roceplts of $'13.8r and
of Ti;i-Deltas about $35. Others handed
In large amounts but thus far these
two are In tho lead.
Noon meetings of special interest.
Wednesday noon of last week the
PraiBo Service was especially good.
Hedwlg Jaeggi played beautifully, as
she always does, and her violin seemed
to know she loved It;
Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond led us for a
few minutes in singing the Chancell
or's Song. The girls sang it with all
their might because it was the Chan-
cellor's song. ;
The whole association, and especial
ly the workers in the association, feel
deep regret in losing Chancellor And
rews. Myra Withers, state secretary and
former general secretary at the Y. W.
C. A., lias been a welcome guest of
the association for the past few days,
giving most strong and helpful mess
ages. Miss Withers spoke Sunday at
I 1). ilk. Her message was a real
The musical program as follows was
Piano solo, Adorltlon Gaul's Holy
City Louise Zumwlnkel.
Violin solo, Humoresicc, Dvorak
Vocal Grace Cutter.
Violin, Legende, Bohtu Bessie Man-
Vocal. Adrift With Me Grace Cut
Tho program of noon meetings this
Monday, Dec. 0 Leader, Myra With
ers. Tuesday, Dec. 7 Valuo and Power
of Missionary Information, Mr. J. ft,
Wednesday Pralso service, Anna
Van Zandt (by proxy). Violin polo,
Miss Shturleff. ' Vocal solo, Miss Cath-
Thursday Soul Winning, a Glorious
Service, Mrs. F. ST.- Hall, state chair
man. Friday God in the Christian's
Heart, Laura Wallace, class '09.
Friday, lit 5? Mr. Harry M. -White,
07, now . traveling secretary student
volunteer movement, will speak to tho
Saturday evening, December 12, a
real fun time In tho Temple union
social fdr all students. '
This Is the last month of leap year,
and it is an important ono you will
acknowledge. The discussion in tho
"Old Maids' Convention" may bo help
ful. This convention Is in charge of
Helen Day and Ann Watt, and will
open promptly at 7:30 to be followed
by an informal loap year social. The,
most typical old maid and old bachelor
will bo given special honor.
The months of January and Feb
ruary will be filled with good things.
Get Your Christmas Gifts at
Although this is a store for Men
and we outfit the. Men from Heaid
to Foot we have merchandise that
will make excellent gifts for ;
Mother, Fattier, Sister, Brother
Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Trunks,
Bags and Suit Cases. Shoes and
Slippers. Hundreds of articles-
something for everyone in the family.
HEAD TO FOOT CLOTHIERS
Mrs. T. P. A. Williams' accredited
course on India has been unusual in
interest. Anyone in tho class" will
testify to this. It Is to bo ropoated
next semester. There will be an en
rollment of fifty at least. Will you be
Minnesota University Will Ask for a
Requests for appropriations exceed
ing $800,000 will bo presented to the
board of regents of the University of
Minnesota at their regular quarterly
meeting December 8. Chief among tho
appropriations to be considered is the
request of tho faculty of the. state
agricultural college for approximately
$r.r0,000 to be used- in the erection of
new buildings at the midway campus.
Departments of the university, crowd
ed beyond their capacity by annually
increasing enrollment, will mako up
the rest of tho total.
The collogo of education has secured
endorsements of their petition from
leading educators of' tho state and
will ask for about $715,000 for tho
erection of a school of education build
ing on tho greater campus.
One hundred thousand dollars will
be asked to provide a building for the
dental students who have heretoforo
shared the limited facilities of tho
medical building. Tho faculty of tho
pharmacy department has petitioned
for nearly $75,000 for tho pharmacy
building, and the faculty of tho col
lege of medicine, asserting that the
insurance secured from tho present
burned anatomy building is not suf
ficient to mako tho repairs nocessary,
will ask for about $50,000.
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