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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1909)
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WEEK STARTING FEB. 22, '
TheFultori Stock Co. Presents
Drama in Four Acts by Augustus
Next Week: "The Three of Us."
EVERY NIGHT 8:30.
Matinees Wed. and Sat. 2:30.
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934 P STREET
Bowling, Billiards, Pool, Cigors,
Tobacco, Fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
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BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
ROTATION TOOL I 2 , 2c.
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Prolit Sharing Coupons Given "With
Every -5c Spent in the Place,
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thornburg, - - - Director
Ralph J. Rett, Pnist
Violin and Cotbil Instruction, given at
Sthdln. 416 So. 17th. Adto 5877.
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Social Emliig - " : Frliay
AlfMCti Class '' Saturday Eie,
Class Ernies - Miniay & Welnesday
Private Leion Given
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O. H. Frcy, florist, il33 O St.
Get a Unl. Fob at tho Co-opr GOq,
Beckma'n Bros"., flno shoes. 1107 O
Alpha Thota Chi will hold nn Ini
tiation this ovpning at tho fraternity
Get thnt Uni. Fob this week at tho
k Pershing . Rifles hohl a short driU
after -which about fourteen how men
Fob3 50c. Where? Tho
Dr. Condra addressed the students
Of the Temple high school at convoca
tion Wednesday morning. '
Ffav-jou seen tho Fob3 in tho
Ilrarry E. Schiller, 1912, Phi Kappa
Psl, departed yesterday for Omaha.
He expects to return Saturday even
ing. Have your clothes pressed at
Wober's Sultorium, Cor. 11th and O.
On Tuesday, March 2d, at 11
o'clock the Dramatic. Club will hold ft
meeting to discuss important business
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Tho seniors have been requested
to order their pins Immediately. Tho
first order will bo sent Saturday, Feb
Learn tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Tho university department of geog
raphy is preparing a sot of outlines
to be used in tho grade schools in
tho study of geography.
Now spring shoes, all tho latest, up-to-dato
stylos now on display at
Ro'gers & Perkins, 129 O St. lw
You Can't Lose if You Draw
Sliur-On Mountings, Hallett's Made-to-Order Lenses, g
g The. very best Eye Glass
g Est. 1871. HALLETT, Registered Optometrist, 1143 O;
Dr. Condra .ecturod at Waverly,
Nob., Thursday evening before tho
Farmers Institute. His subject was,
"Agricultural Geology of Nebraska.".
W. T. Stockdale, formerly superin
tenSont of, schools at Wisnor, Nob., is
registered for advanced work In thp.
department of geography and educa
tion. Vesper service will bo held this
evening at 5 o'clock In Memorial hall.
Music will be furnished by tho uni;
vorslty chorus, and a string and vocal
Mr. Most, who has chargo of the
government nursery at Halsey, Neb.,
gave an interesting talk yesterday
afternoon before, tho Forestry club on
Tho- cadet companies r are to have
their pictures taken tor tho Corn
huskor next week; The" members of
Company D aro to have theirs taken.
Tuesday 'oVenlrig. '
Tho Chemistry,, Club held (a! meellng
In tho ChemiBtfy libVary Wednesday
foveniiig, Mr. Carlson and Mr. George
Oacti gayo 4 Shotl talk, after rhich
tho chemistry publications wero dis
cusBdd, v , .: ,
Mr: Most, head of tho Dismal Forest
Reserve affuNureoryV whoT ia'VIslUng"
tho unlvorsity for a short tlmo, will
sponk Jtoday otf "Topics concornlng
fprost-trtjo seod'4' Momfny ho ylll,'
taH5 for tho 'subject of ills address,
"Tree Planting." Theso meetings aro
open to tho public and aro hold in
room 2, Nebraska hall.
The university gymnastic loam is
practicing daily In tho gymnasium., Dr.
Ciapp has tho team in chargo and
under tho loadorshlp of Captain
Mitchell, tho work is progressing. Tho
team Id preparing for tho Jntor-col-'
logldto gymnastic moet, which is held
inr the university gymnasium early in
tho Bpring. Last year tho moot was
hold at tho Unlvorsity of Wisconsin,
In this meet Captain Mitchell Won
first place in tumbling.
At a meeting of tho freshman laws
Thursday morning tho romalnlng of
ficers wero elected to comploto the
cabinet. Mr. Jean Cobboy, from no
atrice, was unanimously oloctod treas
urer. Tho contest for sargennt-nt-arms
was very closo. Thoro wero
threo candidates for tho ofllco, W. K.
Ho'dgkins, S. G. Carney and P. 8.
Topping. Eacli candidate received the
samo number of votes. P. S. Topping,
upon motion of Mr. Ross Bntos, was
unanimously oloctod Borgeant-at-arms.
A motion was made that "green" bo
tho clnss colors. Tho motion to adopt
a class yoll was lost for want of a
second. Tho class ovidently folt that
they had all tho "yell" they needed.
Subject to the approval of tho chan
cellor, tho following 1b a list of re
ductions, prontotlona and assignments
in tho cadet battalion.
Corporals O. F. SwonBon and L. H.
Douglas, Company I., university cadets
are reduced to grade of private.
I. J. Lalnger is npponltoc. second
lieutenant, university endots, and as
signed to Company 13.
To bo sargeant, F. H. Walters, cor
poral, Company D to Company D.
To be corporals: Rob't Ferguson,
prlvato Company A to Company A;
F. E. Rhode, prlvato, Company D to
Company D; H. C. Young, Company
C to Company C; H. C. Cusack, pri
vate Company B to Company B; G.
L. Roster, prlvato Company I to Com
pany I; R. A. Brownoll, private Com
pany A to Company A; C. F. Korston,
prlvato Company C to Company O.
Tho Jayhawker. athletic board. has
decided to vdte against tho amend
ment abolishing tho training table.
to This Pair. ft
values on the market.
The recent proposal of one of ,tho
officials of tho, university to cbnvort
the second floor of the Tomplo Into a
dance hall Is, Jt seems, a direct v!o
lation of a promise made by former
Chancellor Andrews. " .
At the time when subscriptions
were being solicited frdm tho vaflbuB
organizations of the university to as
sist In raising tho necessary funds for
Jhe erection of. the building, the chan
cellor spoke at a meeting of onobf
these organizations. While 'discussing
the purpose, of. tho building, tho ques
tion was aBked whether or. not danol
irig would bo permitted In tho
proposed building. Tho chancellor
answered In the negative very 'em-
imuuuiuiy uua .ino, lavoramo aiulUQ9
resulting was duo, to a cbnsidorablo.
extent, to this statement.
Theso organizations raised a largo
sum -of money to bo used in the erec
tion of r tho new building, it- ip only
reasonable that Athey; ask why buc( a
proposal as Jsy now before thio Board
of Regents should bo considered.
Tho desiro of this pfflclal to bring
all university functions near tho uni
versity in no way excuses this break
ing of faith. Whether of not it' is
proper to introduce dancing into k
building wjilqh was primarily intend
o1 for 'religious purposes must be lety
10 mo juugmeni 01 innso pairing ou
the measure, The point which can
not be avoided and which should be
carefully considered, ,1a, Jhjs nromise
made hy'fo'rpier C,harielIo'r, Andrews,
then, the executive hpad. of the uni
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