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,fot, ' j.yjljttolftture . Tableaux
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ADMIS8ION 5 CENTS.
Change of Program Mqn. and Thur.
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Corac in and get that $15.00 Suit
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All makes rohUd with stan4
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Bargains la Rebuilt Machine.
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Hesorvcd soats for tho Ames-Ne-braslca
basket-ball garnet aro on sale at
Chapln BroB, florists, 127 So. Thlr
Nlco new stands haVo been btlllt
for tho basket-ball game8. Reserved
seats for sale at the do-op.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Invitations aro out for the annual
Ohl Omega party Which takes place
at tho Lincoln hotel on January 23.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. HOT
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All students taking Qart Jn "Old
Hoidolborg" will meet at 11.: 30 o'clock
Tuesday (this) morning in Memqrial
Dr. Chas. Ybungblut, dentist, 202
The meeting of the sophomore class
which waB set for, 11:30 In. Memorial
hall haB bdon postporied until a later
date. - .
Dr. J. Davifl, DentlBt. Charges rea
sonable Oven, Bank of Commorce. tf
Tho cdmmitted oa delinquent' stu
dents" held a meeting last Saturday.
Tho scholarship -1b about the same ub
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P. streets?
Get a reserved Beat on the now
stands for the Ames-Nebraska basket
ball games Friday and Saturday.
Dance Saturday night.
Have your clotheB pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor, 11th and O
Professor Rudolph Tombo, Jr., of Co
lumbia University, will deliver a lee
ture in tho Temple auditorium Friday,
January 15, at 5 p. m.
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Tho date of the senior "mask" party
is February 6. Chairman Ira S. Big
ger of tho senior social committee 1b
in charge of the affairs.
Miss Helen Gregory, '95, will give
an account of the work of the music
settlement In New YorK City at con
vocation Saturday Thursday morning.
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George Campbell, assistant business
manager of tho Nobraskan, returned
Saturday night from Omaha where
he had been spending the Christmas
0 9 0
James Harvey, football star and cap
tain of 'the 1908 1 football eloven, was
initiated into Sigma Tau fraternity
Saturday' evening 'at'thePhi Delta
, Miss Harriet Taylor, national; socrp
trtry of the Y. W. C. A., will speak at
convocation on tho subject: "dlimpseb
of Strident Llfp i'n.. Other Lands," thfs.
morning at 11 o'clock in Memorial
0 0 -' i
', Tho Zoological clib will meet In the
ttopiogiqai lecture room, jn. slv, at &
olcloclc Tuesday evening, j ".Tho Rela
tion of Recent Wprk on Animal'' Hy
Jbrldlzatlon, to Theories 'of Heredity,'
'...in 'i. ji j .u..yv ri j'a Tn,
vym uu uiBVUBDuu uy c. iv, .a-. aiu
;son. ' .v.l . .
'Pra'ctido for" tho ua'rV-frat mdot'toTbo
held on charter day started yosterday
In tho unlvorslty gym, a number got
ting out for work In tho sprints. Tho
dato of tho frat moot, first sot on Jan
uary 30 will probably bo changed, since
a basket-ball ganfo Is also scheduled
at the gymnasium on 'tho' samo ovon-
A. E. Henry, '98, aocrotary of tho
Unlvorslty of Nebraska club at Kansas
City, wrlteB that tho formor Nebraa
kans held a banquet at tho Sexton
hotel In KansaB City Tuesday night
"This dinner" ho volunteers, "was woll
attended and the enthusiasm mani
fested bodes well for thlB, tho second
year, of our organization."
Tho first stops toward the formation
of a Junior men's socioty woro taken
yesterday when the following commit
too was announced. ThiB committot
will draw up complete plans for the so
ciety and these plans will then go be
fore tho class for approval: Jobbo
Clarke, chairman; Clinton Dyo, Wil
liam Byerts, Glenn Lo Roy, Olllo Man
Wlth nearly 130 coupleB present at
tho sophomore .hop, at tho Lincoln
hotel Saturday night, tho hoodoo
which haB been pursuing university
dances since the beginning of tho year
was broken. In spite of tho crowd,
tho dance went off in splendid stylo
and tho master of coromonles, A. A.
Bald, is rocelylng considerable com
mendation for tho hop. A. A. Bald
and MIbs Mecia Stout led the grand
march. Walt's orchestra furnlBhcd
the music. Mr. and MrB. Weiss of Hob
ron and Congressman Magulre chap
eroned tho dance.
Tho Graduato club will meet In the
banquet hall of tho Temple at G p. m
Friday, January 15. The gathering
will bo an informal affair at which a
banquet will bo served. SpeochcB will
bo delivered by Dean Sherman and
Chancellor Avery. Informal responses
will bo niado by members of the fac
ulty, Btato representatives and sen
ators. Graduato faculty and graduate
student members who wish plates are
requested to notify Miss Howell, secre
tary, or Professor Condra, president,
by noon Friday. The price of plateB
will be 30 cents.
Carl Peterson went to Shlckloy yes
terday to attend the funeral of Nelson,
the Benlor law student who died from
an attack of typhoid fever at his ranch
in New Mexico. Towards the begln-
ning of the ChriBtmas holidays Nelson
was called Bouth to take charge of a
ripening tomato crop and while there
was taken with the fever. He grow
rapidly worse and died last week.
Saturday the senior law class held a
meeting and elected Mr. Peterson as
their representative at the funeral and
also voted Co send a floral offering.
Besides a wife, Nelson left a small
Jacob R1I8 recently spoke at Phil
lips Exetjar academy. A collection was
taken up after the address for tho
benefit of settlomont work In Now
Tho admission to basketball gamps
at Northwestern has been cut to 25
It is reported that President North
rot) of Minnesota has offered his res
Ignatlon to take effect .next June. Ho
has been president there for twenty
Two members of tho junior class i it.
Stanford were quietly, married, last
iveolc They have withdrawn t froh
jnooi ana ino groom win oegin worn
in the business department oi a cattle
ranch. ' "
f Boston Tech is to have ft varsity
baseball team next, spring. It has nO't
been- rqpresonted' In this sport for in
jears. . . ' , t I
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fuis with It
Stenderd the last dot.
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