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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1909)
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THUR8DAY NIGHT, MARCH 4
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Scenic Production of Grand and
Comic Opera 'in Mlnature.
MR. CHA8. 8HARP,
Every Inch a Soldier.
CROMWELL AND SAMSE.
Eccentric Comedy Bar Artists.
8TUTZMAN AND MAY,
"The Soap Peddler."
MISS DOROTHY DAYNE,
THE WAKAHAMA TROUPE,
Astonishing Japanese Acrobats.
Viascope. Majestic Orchestra.
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' WEEK 'STARTING FEB. 22,
The Fulton Stock Co. Presents
Drama r 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
fobarco. fine Confectionery
FINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
. IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour,
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
ROTATION FOOL f , t .
PT" L. POOL J -s - cis. per
POKER POOL 3aSvaclB
PIGEON POOL I d cues u cu
J5 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
ProM Sharing .Coupons Given? With
Every 5c Spent In the Place. '' L'
C H, Prey, llorlat, 1133 O St.
Get n Unl. Fob at the Coop. 50c.
Beckmnn Bros., nne shoes. 1107 O
street. . -
D. C. .Mitchell, 1910, litis pledged
Alpha Tnu Omega.
Spoons! Spoons! Where? 340 N.
Delta Tan Delta held an Informal
party at the Temple last night.
Get that Unl. Fob this' week at tho
Chi Omega will hold a house party
this evening at the chapter house.
Good Unl. Fobs 50c. Where? The
C E. Fihlnian, ex-1909, of Beemer,
Neb., was a campus visitor today,
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
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R. E. Lenkhart, ex-1909, Is at pres
ent engaged In business at Stuart,
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Watch our window. Spoons! The
University Book Store.
Rolland Shields, law 1911, was a
visitor In Omaha Friday and Satur
day. p p p
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. A. M. Smith, law 1910, is visiting
relatives at Union, Neb., for a few
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
U. B. Smith, 1911, Alpha Theta Chi,
Is visiting relatives in Fremont, No!).,
for a few days.
Have you seen tho Fobs In the
The first rafters on the main wing
of tho new engineering building were
and seniors Will; bo hold In tho 'ar
mory this oYcnlngt
Just received a largo lino of souve
nir Spoons. Thq University Bodk
JoJ'm A. Bi'utfo, B. 'go.1. 1 1903, hap
chargo of all sower construction and
estimates under tho assistant city en
gineer of Omaha.
Tho sale of tickets for tho Persh
ing Rifle Hdp is progressing rapidly.
This dance is to bo bold at Fra
ternity hall, March 4th.
Twenty-ono of tho membors of tho
freshman law clasB have boon sum
moned to appear Saturday morning to
act as jurors In tho district court.
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Tho graduato students of ,tho uni
versity conservatory of music aro
preparing for their recitals, which aro
to bo given during tho coming month.
The ofllclala at Station A linye
given out little pamphlets to tlio stu
dents, advising them as to tho advant
ages gained in purchasing stamped
Satis Chandra Basu, a Hindoo grad
uate student of the university, was
taken to the isolation hospital today,
on account of suffering with a mild
form of smallpox.
Irving E. Brooke, a graduate In tho
electrical engineering department, is
a designing engineer In Chicago, 111.
Ho makes a specialty of designing
power plants, railroads, etc.
Newton E. Buckloy, B. L. 1903, has
a position as assistant enginedr In
tho ofllco of W.' S. Woodworth, prin
cipal assistant engineer for tho Union
Pacific railroad at Omaha, Neb.
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Mr. B. Huffman, a well known bank
er and cattlo owner. of Noligh, Nob.,
has been visiting for tho past few
days with his son, S. M. Huffman,
1911, at tho Beta Theta Pi house.
A mooting of the university senate'
has been called for 10 o'clock this
morning. At this meeting a report
of the course of study commltteo will
bo received and other Important busi
ness will bo taken up.
Tho University of Louisiana has
made a request for certain courses of
sludy in uso in tho University of No'-
braska. Thcjy expect to use them in
revising some of tho courses at tho
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SPRING CAPS just arrived. Yacht, Golf, Bull Dog,
Directoire and Auto Caps in solid colors and fancy
patterns 50c to $2.50
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for. Concert xr" Dances j
G. F. Thdrnburg, - - - Director
Ralph !J; Rdd,1 - - !-.- - Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio; J16 So. 17th. " Auto 5877.
Successor, to Pitts
Siclil Mug '4- - - Friday
A.viRce. Cliss r Saturday Eve,
Class Eveiings - Mmiay k Wednesday
Private Lett on Given
11124 N STREET
Why not tako your bath at Chris
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Tho Komensky club will hold Its
regular semi-monthly- meeting tonight
in the music hall at the Temple.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum.- Cor. llthand O.
Alpha Omicron Pi 'will hold an lnl
atlon Saturday night. At this time
several new pledges will be Initiated.
Dr. J, R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable! Over Bank of Commerce.
SllsB-Belva Pj-bvost, 1912, departed
yesterday for York, Neb.f where she
will make a short visit with her par
ents. . Learn the barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477. - .
Ihl Kappa Psl fraternity will give
an informal party Uonigtat ht 'the
chaptor houso, Gil North Sixteenth
Now spring shoes, all the latest, up-to-dato
styles now on- display at
Rogers & Perkins, 129 O St lw
The, thirdjgame of the inter-class
basket-ball seflos between the Junior
Tho Observatory will bo open to
students In astronomy VI, to uso the
spectroscope In examining tho spec
trum of tho sun from ten to twelve
m and from two to three p. m., on
Monday, Tuesday and Saturday.
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Three new mon wero Initiated Into
tho Alpha Theta Chi fraternity last
night. Tho men were Randall Curtis,
1912, of Omaha; R. C. Smith, 1912, of
Carleton, and C. J. Lord, 1911, of
Professor Conant lectured to the
law students yesterday morning about
dxpectoratlng on tho floor. Ho "be
moaned the fact that it was a com
mon practice among the law students,
and requested them to stop tho filthy
Mr. B. W. Capon of tho -Nebraska
Telephone Company, will, address all
tho engineering society students of
the" university, on Tuesday, March 2,
In M 70G at 8 p. in. Tho 'subject of
his lecture will bo "Electrical Pro
tection of Telephone Plant."
Tho Pershing Rifles held an Initia
tion Thursday night at the university
gymnasium when about fourteen men
were initiated. Following tho initia
tion a short business session was held
at which plans wero laid for tho an
nual "hike," which the Persuings take
every year. It was the sentiment of
tho cadets that Milford was about the
most desirable place, to "hike" to, and
that will . probably bo chosen, This
"hike" will come early -in. the spring,
Some, tjmo before the ajmual en
campment of the cadets, v
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