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THE, DAILY NEBRASKAN
ThT JR8. MAT, & NIGHT, FEB. 25
2 Cowboy and The Thief
Mat. 25c ,cV$1.G0 Night 50, 35 & 25c.
Seniors vs. Sophomores--'-Armory
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Eliotrio Shit RiMilr frtfiry
1220 O Str-tst
C. H, Froy, llorlst, 1133 O St.
Tho Vikings hold, their annual danco
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 8:00 P. M.
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at Fraternity hall, Friday night.
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Mat 25 & 10c. , Night 50. 35 & 25c.
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MISS EVA TAYLOR
The Highest Class Sinking Act In
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Scenic Production of Grand and
Comic Opera in Minature.
MR. CHA8. 8HARP,
Every inch a Soldier.
CROMWELL AND SAM8E,
Eccentric Comedy Bar Artists.
STUTZMAN AND MAY,
"The Soap Peddler."
t MI38 DOROTHY DAYNE,
THE WAKAHAMA TROUPE,
Astonishing Japanese Acrobats.
Viascope. Majestic Orchestra.
Mat. Daily at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c.
Extra Mat. Washington's Birthday.
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Five Months of Absolute Capacity.
Best 8eats, 25c.
WEEK 8TARTING FEB. 22, .
The Fulton 8tock Co. Presents
Drama In Four Acts by Augustus
Next Week: "The Three of Us."
EVERY NIGHT 8:30.
Matinees Wed. and 8at. 2:30,
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The Acme Parlors
934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
fINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE. WEST
BELLI ARDS, 40c pet Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c,
POKER POOL ,
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 cts.
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
Profit Sharing Coupons Given With
Every 5c Spent in the Place.
' ' , for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thoroburg, - - - Director
Ralph JRdd, Pianist
Violin and Cornet Instruction given' at
StUdlo, 4J6 So, J7tn. .-Auto 5877.
D A N C I N G
AC A D EMY
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; Successor to Ptta
Social EveHlRg - - .--" Friiijf
Aivncii Class - Saturday Eve.
ciass Evenings - Mindly & Wttoisfoy
Private Leitoni Given
11 2 4 NSTREET
Beckman Bros., line Bhoes. 1107 O
Delta Delta Dolta sorority had their
formal party last Saturday night.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Miss Sue Copeland, ex-1910, of Cas
tana, Iowa, was n campus visitor yes
terday. Dr. Chas. Toungblut, dentist, 202
C. R. Cherry, 1908, atended tho
MlnnesotarNobraiska basket-ball gamo
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
MIbs Boss ChriBtlanson of Fremont,
Nobr., attended tho Delta Delta, Delta
party Saturday night.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tho Alpha Chi Omega sorority gave
a mock initiation party Saturday
night at tho chapter house.
Learn tho barn danco, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Miss Carrlo Rinaker, 1912, visited
over Saturday and Sunday with her
parents in Beatrice, Nebr.
New spring shoes, all tho latest, up-
to-dato styles now on display at
Rogers & PerklnB, 129 O St. lw
Kathleen Hochstrasser, ex-1911, Is
attending collego at. Oborlln, Ohio.
Miss HochstraBser's home is at
Mr. J. B. Fredenberg, 1901, of Oma
ha, visited over Sunday with his fra
ternity brothers at tho Alpha Theta
8 SPRING CAPS just arrived.
Directoire and Auto Caps
patterns . . . .
Dr. and Miss Walker, who wero
called to Washington by tho death of
their father, are expected to return
some time this week:
Dr. Condra lectured at the farmers'.
institute at Tamaro, Nebr., Saturday.
Tho subject of his lecture was "Tho
Water Supply of tho Farm."
The freshman debaters had a try-
out last night to pick tho teamof do
baters who will represent that class
in tho coming Interclass' debate.
TB. Watters, 1912, has left school
for this, semester. Mr., Watters has
departed for Blair, Nebr., where he
intends to take chargo ofa hotel.
Tho Phllippino Constabulary band
arrived in tho city yesterday. Thoy
woro met by tho Ideal Filipinoes;, ,who
entertained them, during their Tslwrt
A book entitled "Disinfection and
Disinfectants' by Rideal. has recent
ly .arrived at tho library. This book
was ordered seven years ago, and has
just been, received.
Tho senior class will meet in Me
morial hall at 11:30 Thursday for tho1
election of officers other than tho
prosldent. Reports of several com
mittees will bo made.
Mr. H. P. Loavitt, 1896, who is prac
ticing law at Omaha, attended the
Delta dolta Delta party Saturday
night, and visited over Sunday at-tho
Alpha Theta Chi house.
Practico by tho senior baBkot-ball,
squad is hold each day at 4 p. m.
The seniors havo some good material
to work with nnd a good baBkot-ball
team by this class is very ovident.
B. E. Yodor, J 908, who is principal
of public schools at Fairmont, attend
ed the baBkot-ball game Saturday
night and visited over Sunday with
his fraternity bi others at tho Delta
Mr. MaBon Wheolor, 1900, formerly
of Lincoln, and a graduate of tho Co
lumbia Law School, is practicing' law
at 5 Nassau streot, Now York City.
Mr. Wheeler is associated with tho
firm of Gifford, Moses & Beard of that
Two men wearing heavy shoes,
thick corduroy clothing and each
bearing a trl-colored ribbon across his
breast, arrived in tho city Friday.'
They Btarted from Denver several
weoks ago and are walking around
Alpha Chi Omega hold initiation
and a banquet at tho chapter house
Monduy evening. Tho following woro
initiated: Misses Hazel Clark of Lin-,
coin, Graco .Holman of Tobias, Hazel
Peeter of North, Bend, and Nettie Hill
OO O 0000000000
Yacht, liolr, Bull JUog,
in solid colors and fancy
50c to $2.50
Last night, for tho first tlmo this
semester, the whole cadet battalion
was in uniform. Equipment has been
issued to all and dally drill will from
now on lake the placo of tho claBs
work, which' has been the course in
mlitary science sinco Christmas. '
Tho meeting o! tho sophomore class
which was to havo been held this
morning has been postponed' until ono
week from Tuesday. Tho peaco pro
gram this morning will be a full hour
in length and this conflict forced tho
sophomores to change their date.
Tho tfophomore cIbbs held tho try
out for tho debating team to repre
sent that c,lass in the coming inter
class dobate. Tho following men
were choqen by- thct judges: A. ,M.
Hare, H. C. .Hathaway, A. M. Ober
felder, and E, H. Hahue, alternate.
The Phi Delta ThetO; fraternity hold
their annual formal party at the Lin
coln, Friday night. Saturday night at
tho Lincoln this fraternity, gave their
annual banquet. Many out of town
guests wero present. Among them
wero: Dr. J. H. McClanahan, E. A.
Benson, J. It. Kennedy, W. P. Thomas
and Itobort Updike pf Omaha; C. B,
pruorand James Fisher of Hastings,
and Ralph Jenne and A, Gantt of Falls
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Summer Quarter ip6, June j-Sptember I. First Termt ,
June 16-July so; Second Tetmi July arAu-ruit 31. Kfslrtra.
lion la permitted for the enUrl quarter it for "either term.
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