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THE JDATLZZ, NBBRASKANr
' Friday niqht, feb. it
, x THE 8MART SET IN V
WlfH 8. H.DUDLEY
Prices: $1.00 to 25c.
8AT t MATINEE 'AND1 NIGflX, FEB, 20
, Thi Virginian.
WJTK W. ,8. HART AND FRANK
Mat $1.00 tpJ25c. Night $1.50 to 50c.
Program. Com. Mon. Night, Feb. 15
America's Character Comedienne
GRACIE EMMETT AND CO.
"Mrif. MUrphy'a Second HuBband,"
MAY AND FLO HENQLER
Vaudovilfo'B DalntleBt Artists.
PETER DONALD, META CARSON
Presenting "Alex McLean's Dream"
' TOM CARROL & JOE BAKER
Tyie'Hobrey' and His Friend
J "R03AIRE AND DORETTO
FERDANDEZ MAY DUO
European Musical Artists
Viascope, Majectlc Orchestra
Mat. 2:5 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c.
Night 8J15 Prices 15,25, 35 & 50c.
.PATRONIZE. OUR ADVERTISERS!
Every Evening 8:30
Matinees Wedand Sat., at 2:30
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Appearing In ,
The Man on The Box
Dramatized from Harold McGrath's
Novel, a genuine American Comedy
Best Scats 25 cents.
Next Weok "Alabama," by August
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The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Tobacco, Fine Confectionery
riNEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
N THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
ROTATION POOL 2U2cls oef
3 cues 10 cts.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons GlvSn With
Every 5c Spent In the Place.
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L. J, HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come In and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order tj
i230 .loCst.?' , ' Ulticioln
TrTTTuXil ils." s us r,
V a. mil us
, C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
Miss lNettlo HIU, 1012, of Hobfoti;
Neb., lins pledged Alpha Chi Omega.
Bookman Bros., flno shoes. 1107 O
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nowaru .uencnz, iyj.2, spent aununy
irtnd Mondny nt Wahoo, Neb.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
' Cftrl Mongol, 1910, and B. It. Levin,
1910, spent their vacation at Wahoo,
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
The Black Musque, the Senior so
ciety, held a meeting yestorday at 10
Have your clotheB pressed at
Weber's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
Frank Clark, 1912, and Will Heaton,
1911, spent Saturday and Sunday at
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
The reserve football toam had
their pictures taken for the Corn-
When in doubt, try a Dally No
braskan want ad. It pays to advor-
A. L. Lewis has loft school for this
semester. He returned to his home
at Omaha yesterday.
Dally Nebraskan want ads bring re
sults. Try one when you have some
thing to sell.
The members of the engineering so
ciety had their picture taken for the
If you have lost your fountain pen,
advertise the fact in our want ad col
umn. It brings results.
J. F. Berggren, law 1905, and "a mem
ber of tho Phi Delta Theta fraternity,
is now practicing law at Wahoo, Neb.
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new opring nais nuw
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
N. A. Negloy, 1911, has loft school
for this semester, Mr. Negloy has re
turned' to his homo at Ansloy, Neb.
Miss Gibson, a fellow in -the Gor
man department, spent Sunday and
Monday at her homo in Weeping
Tho, plan of adopting a standard
pennant for tho Pershing Rlfloa is be
ing discussed by tho members of that
Professor Porslnger of tho American
History department, gave an illus
trated' lecture at Bruno, Neb., last Fri
Clarence Johnson, 1908, loft "for
Colorado, Tuesday evening, where ho
will enter the employ of an engineer-
I Ing concern.
moot his Friday afternoon class in
physics II., as ho expects to be absent
from tho city.
. ' .
A. TvHeBcott, ex-1910, was -a visitor
on the campuB yesterday, Mr, Hoscoll
was president of his class during his
freshman year. ' "
Hugh Craig, lOoV, who Iirb 'booh
vlBrtinI;nVtho Alpha -Thota Ohl houso
for' tho past ow days, dopartod yog
terday for Rcsbrvo, Knn,
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'Work was ro-openod on tho now on
glncorlng building yefctorday. Tho un
pleasant weathor has dolayod progress
toward tho completion of tho build
ing. J. C. Eddor,'A. A. 1907, A. M. 1908,
is pursuing his studies nttho Univer
sity of California. Mr. Eldor Is a
mombbr of tho Beta Thota PI fra
ternity. Miss Eaves, of tho dopartmont of
sociology, addrosscd tho Principals'
club last night nt tho Llndoll hotel,
on social and civic training in tho
Tho Nebraska stnto park and for
estry association mot nt tho stato farm
today. A number of MudontH from tho
forestry dopartmont wore in attend
ance nt the mooting.
A successful mid-wcok mooting wns
hold last qvonlng nt tho Y. M. C. A.
rooms in honor of tho junior clnss.
Mr. E. H. Jorgonson, 1910, was tho
lender of the meeting.
Miss Myra Kern, a follow in tho
German dopartmont, has resigned hor
position and loft school on account of
111 health. She has returned to hor
homo in Adams, Neb.
The scarcity of Indies' voices has
handicapped tho leaders of tho uni
versity chorus somewhat. Tho work,
though, dospito this hlndorance, has
been progressing favorably.
Company D wns iBsued equipment
Tuesday ovoning and last night began
drill work again. This Is tho flrst
actual drilling any of tho cadet com
panies have done since tho beginning
of the semester.
O. J. Shaw, 1908, who is superin
tendent of the Aurora Electric Light
& Power company, of Aurora, Nob.,
has been making investigations with a
view of establishing nn oloctrlo light
plant at Broken Bow, Neb.
Six of tho members of tho Pi Bota
Phi sorority assisted In tho serving
of coffoo and Ices at tho governor's
mansion Tuesday ovoning, when Gov
ernor and- Mrs. Shallonborgor ontor
tained a largo number of Invited
guests In honor of tho state Judiciary.
oo o eocooccocoo
414 JffcBM &
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Sterling J. Mutz of Auburn haB an
nounced that he is a candidate for
tho presidency of the freshman lnw
class. Mr. Mutz is tho second candi
date to enter tho raco, R. R. Hill hav
ing announced his candidacy yester
day. Tho olection of officers is to bo
hem today at 10 o'clock in U 309.
Manager Eager is advertising tho
basket-ball gamo between Nebraska
and Minnesota, In novel style. Ho has
placed a large canvas poster on ono
of tho trees on the campus, whore
no ono can fall to seo it. Manager
Eager expects tho largest attendance
at this game of any gamo over played
in tho UnlvorBlty gymnasium
Monday tho Forest club received
their new pennants. Theso pennants
are of very artistic design, ono par,t
containing a greefl tree on a white
background,- surrounded by tho words
Forest -Club!' Ingrepn lottors. The
romalnder of tho pennant Is red, upon
which is tho word "Nebraska" In
white letters. In-all thoy aro a very
Miss Jesslo Juno Glass, tho only
young ludy applicant for a diploma
at tho mid-winter commencement
Monday ovenlng, completed a four-,
year courso In thVco and one-half
years besides taking a two-years'
courso In Latin, This is more re
markable, too, when It is noticed that
Miss Glass is tho youngest mombor
of tho' graduating class of 1909, being
twenty-one years of age,
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