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1 THUfl., MAT. A NIGHT, FEB. 4.
f FLORENCE GEAR IN
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Mat-7-41 U 25c. Nlnght 1.5d to.50c
Week Commencing Monday, Feb. 1
DE HAVEN SEXTETTE
. With Sidney Gibson in musical play
GOUOWIN PATTON. AND CO.
In "Mr: Stranger"
E8PE, DUTTON AND E8PE
, Exhibition 6f Muacio and Skill ,
Emerin Camibell-. Aubrey Yates
' In "200 MQpstfrora Broadway"
Joe Whitehead &. Flo GrI arson
vLato Stars.' of .The Girl Question"
-Pretty Maridoiijfl and) Banjo Players
M ERR ITT AND LQVE
Singing and Talking Comedians
Vlascope Majestic Orchestra
. Matinees Daily at 2:15 (except
1 Monday) 15 and 25c
Every Night at 8:15 Prices 15, 25,
35 and 50c. .
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' Every rilght at 8:30 j,
j A Drama of, Modern 'Times
;, ), ME AND WOMEN i
By David Belasco and Harry
De Mllle, Presented by
THE FULTON 8T0CK COMPANY
The audience is respectfully re
quested to be seated by 8:25, as
the interest ( begins 'with the rais
ing of the curtain. ,
Matinees Wed. and Sat. 2:30
Best Seats 25c
Next Week "The -Girl From
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' C, rf. Fro florist. 11330 St.
J. S. Elliott, '10, spent, the
part of'th'o wcolc in Beatrice. 1
Deckman Bros., fine shoes
street. ' , '
Earl Lee and Ray Huntington,' 'if,
visited at Fremont over Sunday.
Chapin Bros., 'florists", 127 So. Thir
Miss Eulo, Bates, '12, was a gueqt of
Miss Sylvia Killlan of Wahoo over
Come on, kids,- get busy. Auditor
ium tonight. '
Alpha Tau Omega entertained at a
house party at the chapter hoUso last
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Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
H. p. Leavitt, 1896, was in tho city
during the past week on business bo
fore the legislature.
Grand concert and ball tonight, Feb.
Delta Gamma entertained Saturday
evening at a Ijoubo party at tho homo
of Miss Breta Bills.
Why not take your bath at Chris
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority will
hold its annual party at the Lincoln
hotel next Saturday evening.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
The Junior prom committee will
meet in U 110 at 11 this morning. All
members are requested to bo present.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
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The Junior prom coimulttec will
meet, in U 110 at 11 this morning. All
members are requested to bo present.
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The floor at tho auditorium will bo
pit in good shape for dancing tonight.
Closing Out Sale in Cluett
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.30
0CO000$000 O O
E. R, Pelster, '09, has been appoint
ed assistant la the electrical engineer
ing laboratories under Professor Hoi-
Carl Steckelberg will head the con
cert orchestra at the auditorium to
night. i Miss Bertha Roach, '11, will leave
this week for her home at Clay Center,
Kansas. She will not bo in scnooi tno
'"An orchestral 25 pieces ,wlir fur
nish thomuBlc for the' dance at tho
All junior men interested in class
basket-ball report at the gymnasium
Tuesday and. Thursday at 1 p. m.'apd
Saturday at 330.- ., ' '
Eighty-five membersof tho junior
"class have ordered caps with tho class
numeral inscribed thereon. Tho caps
will be distributed in about 'tou 'days.
Mr. Darwell' will give a lecture on
"The-Haywood Trial" at tho Temple,
Y, M, C. VA. rooms Wednesday evening
at 6:50. AH university men should
Paul PleTce, '10 is confined to his
homo in Lincoln .wtth hip trouble. Hit
disease is serious and he may not bej
re-ontor school for several
Rex Lobbrman; ox'00, who has boon
engagod on a government irrigation
project in Idaho slnco last Juno, has
re-entered tho onglnoorlng school for
tho second scmostor.
Leslie Hlggins, '07, who has boon
engaged with tho Omaha World
Herald slnco graduation, is now in tho
city roporting tho sessions of tho stato
senate for that paper.
Bonifacio Villanouva of Batangas, P.
I., will leave Lincoln this afternoon
for San Francisco, whero ho will sail
on tho Asia Saturday. He was called
homo by the death of his fathor.
Miss KBther Hunt, '10, Delta Dolta,
loft during tho wook for Mississippi,
where sho will spend tho wintor and
spring with ox-Governor Goorgo L.
Sheldon and Mrs. Sheldon. Tho party
will resldo on the Sheldon plantation.
Out of the 257 Btudents who regis
tered for Botany I last semester, 234
.topic the final examination, out of
(Which. 227 passed. Ninoty-sovon por
cent of thoso taking it passed. These
figures wore compiled by Dr. Bessey
and it is needless to say that ho is well
pleased with tho showing.
Junior Class Society.
Editor Daily Nobraskan:
Dear Sir: I note Boveral discus
sions In your columns as to tho feas
ibility of organizing a Junior glass soci
ety, and dotiro to enter tho debate
Firstly, I am an Innocont; but this
fact does not bias my opinion In tho
leaBt, for, since that society Is a uni
versity society and has purposes over
and above anything portalnlng to a
purely class organization, It can not
be used as a standard of comparison
for tho latter. True, the members of
tho Innocents uro choson from tho
senior cjnss; but, for the simple rea
son that they are older in the univer
sity and better know her customs,
Wants and needs, and are in a hotter
position to further Buch Interests, than
members of lower classes. The soci
ety has absolutely nothing to do with,
the senior class organization more
than it has with tho organization of
any othor clasB. Its purpose Is not
to dabble in class politics or In any
way meddle with class affairs, as an
organization, except, Insofar as such
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affairs concern the whole university.
Neither is Its work confined to tho
college year alone; for, there Is many
a dally obstacle belng overcomo by its
members who long since have left the
college gates, but who are still loyal
to tho society pledges and to' their
But as to tho junior class socioty,
will li benefit the university, or even
the class? We have some class so
cieties, and what have they done? In
sofar as. I can seo, nothing. Even
tho one. that has degraded into a puro
ly political clan, what has'it done? Has
it ever elected vi! class officer from its
membership or even a candidate it
has supported? Ifso, when?
A purely class society is. bound to
run into politics, and when it runs
into politics it runs Into tho ground.
f Thero isa mania aV Nebraska for
organizing it has over been -so. If
thero falls to bo an, informnl njtor the
basket-ball game thon the spirit is
ebbing low we must organize. In
stead of supporting the organizations
that, have a past and a future, it is
organize to "lick" them. .
i ICtho organizers would Bpend half
the time In spouting their spirit and
enthusiasm and imparting some of, it
to their friends as they do in pro
moting this endless chain of soolotioa
thpy would supply a far greater need.
. When wo'vo organized one great so
ciety whogo membership includes ev-
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