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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1909)
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TONIGHT, SAT. & 8AT. MATINEE
The Cow Puncher
Mat 25 A 10c. Eve 50, 35 & 2dc.
Lambardi Grand Opera Co.
IN "IL TROVATORE"
Prices $2.00 to 50c.
TUE8DAY, MAT. & NIGHT, MAR. 16
r ,. Thomas Jefferson
GEO. 8. VAN
and His Imperial Minstrel Co.
TH08, . INCE
nnd His Playors in "WIbo Mike"
Performing Seals and Sea Lions
The Famous Harmony Slngorri
BILLY NOBLE and JEANNE
In Songs and Smart Sayings
J. B. LEONARD and SUSIE M.
In "Mulligan's Masquorado"
FINN & FORD
Mat. Daily Except Mon 15 & 25c
Every Night- Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERSl
Week Commencing Mon., March 8
One tilg Week
THE FULTON 8T0CK COMPANY
ALICE OF OLD VINCENNE8
A Continental Play, Period 1778
With Wed. and Sat. Matinees
Prices Always the 8ame 15 & 25c
PATRONL E OUR ADVERTISERSl
The Acme Parlors
934 f STREET
Btnvllno, Dill iards, Pool, Cigars,
Tobacco, fine Confectionery
fINEST AMUSEMENT PARLORS
IN THE WEST
BILLIARDS, 40c per Hour.
POOL, by Hour, 40c.
15 BALL POOL 5c a cue.
No Checks With Games.
2 1-2 cts. per
3 cues 10 els.
C. H. Proy, Horlst. 1133 O St. ,
M. . Binney, ox-19ll, was a cam
Due visitor yeslordny.
Camoron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Miss Vernn Hyder, 1911, of Lincoln,
has pledged Alpha Chi Omegn.
Seo Hereford. New Oxfords. $4.00
Special. 1215 O.
Walter Sterling, law -1909, spent
Sunday visiting with friondB in Ster
Got your lunch at tho city Y. M. C.
A. Spa.' 13th & P.
Miss Vera C. BaVingor of Omnhn.
is visiting nt the Alpha Chi Omoga
Now spring styles in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
Delta Upsilon fraternity will en
tertain at a houso party tomorrow
evening at the chapter houso.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Phi Delta Theta fraternity will give
a house party Saturday, March 20, at
the chapter houset 1504 S Btreet.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist.. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
4 0 0
Albion Hnmel, 1909, loft yesterday
for Omaha, Neb., whoro he will visit
for a few days with his parents.
Learn tho barn danco, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Select
school. Call Auto 4477.
Miss Genevieve Fodrea cave a violin
recital Wednesday evening in the
Temple theater to a largo audience.
At the Y. W. C. A. praise Bervlco
which was held Wednesday noon,
Miss Stockier gave two pleasing vocal
The annual banquet of the Do'.'.a
Gamma sorority will bo h.ld Satur
day night at tho Llncdln. Thero will
Professor Aylesworth of tho polit
ical sclenoo department and Professor
Porslngor ot tho American history de
partment wore Judges at nn Inter-high
school dobnto hold nt Wnhoo, Nob.,
A vory inlorosllng mid-wdok meet
ing of tho university Y. M. C. A. was
hold Wednesday ovonlng In tho asso
ciation rooms. Tho subject of tho
meeting wbb "Friendship," and was
led by J, F. oinrk.
Tho memborfl of tho Wosloynn ba-kot-bnll
team wore, given n banquet
Wednosdny evening at tho Lindoll
hotel, in appreciation of thoir victory
over the cornhuskors and their suc
cessful closo of tho season.
. The membors of tho Phi Gamma
Dolta fraternity will hold a banquet
at tho chaptor house Saturday ovon
lng. Tills ovent Is known as a "pig"
banquet' nnd Is ono of tho customs
of this fraternity all over tho United
A vory intorcfitlng dobnto was hold
in rhetoric Ifi class Wednesday. Paul
YntCB and J. A. Scotnoy discussed
tho following quostlon: "Resolvod.
That Nebraska should adopt tho Ore
gon mothod of electing United Statos
It has been announced that nil
freshmen law students who do not
tako part in tho practico courts
when regularly served and without
securtlng written oxcusos from tho
dean will not got full credit for thor
worlc In Contracts and Domestic Re
Tho botanical seminar mot Thurs
day evening in N. 107. Tho program
was a symposium on physiology, with
Mr. Pool as symposlarch. Following
aro the "papers read:
Physiology of Stomata (a rovlow)
Some Problems of Plant Nutrition
Prof. Wilcbx. . j
Early Plant Physiology Prof. Bcs-
Professor M. M. Fogg, tho univer
sity debating coach and head of tho
department of rhetoric, and Professor
Edwin Mnxey of tho college of law, I
will go to Falls City tills aftornoon
to servo as judges in tho Falls City
Humboldt debate. Professor Fogg Is
prosldenj of tho high school. debating;
leaguo and much of tho present sue
cess of the leaguo is duo to his un
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Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. J7lh. Auto 5877.
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he a large attendance of uilumm mem
bers. A very successful sale of home
made cundy was hpld yesterday by
tho visiting, committee of Y, W. C. A.
in the Temple. .
The subject of wtho mid-day meet
ing of the Y.' W.'C. A. Thursday' was
the "Hawaiian IslandB.?' Miss EHza
betli Emerson was leader.
Tho members of tho university. Y.
W. C. A. will give a teacup shower
this afternoon from 3 until G p. m.
Everyone is requested to come nnd
bring a teacup. , . ,
All sophonforcs interested in the
interclassathlotIc meet arb requested
to report for practico at, tho gymnas
ium from 4 to 5 p. m: daily. G. E.
Reed, manngerr - '
Fifty" of the freshmen law students
have been summoned for Jury duty
for Saturday, Thero aro to bq eighteen
chosen for the federal court and
twelve for the district court,
' A. E. Long, 1908, has received word
that ho passed his examinations for
teaching corps in the Philippines and
will leave In a fqw days tp accept a
position which has been offered him.
THE MANHATTAN CLEANERS AND DYERS
-Hwto yourjclotboB Cleaned. Pressed and Ropaircd by tho- MAN;
HATTAN CLEANERS AND DYER8. Suits Cleaned and rremd $lV26.
That is not much whon compared with what it la worth to you to look
noat and stylish. Call Bell Phone F 018. Wo will send fof and return
Tho annual banqudt of Phl Rho
Sigma, tho medical t fraternity, will
take place at Omahd tonight, whoro
the' chaptor houso is located. About
flfteoh members of Phi Rho Sigma
In tho 'university aro planning to at
tend. Alumni members of tho or
ganization who aro how practicing in
various parts 'of the state will bo in
attendanco" and tho banquet "will bo
the largest ofK any Grqek letter so
ciotyin the university.
Jl mooting of the Swedish students
of tho university, was hold yosterday
morning at 11:30 and an organiza
tion, known ns tho Swedish club, was
formqd. 't1o object of. tho club is to
allow, the Scandinavian people- to be
come bettor acquainted with each 'oth
er. 'About forty Swedish students
are attending thq university. The
formation of the chh jB significant in
asmuch as some timo agoJ It was
rumored that a movement would bo
started to secure a .petition to tho
board of regents for a Swedish de
partment. S'omo time ago a promi
nent Scandinavian of Lincoln appeared
before the board and asked that a
department bo established but no ac
tion was taken. Thero are only about
70,000 Swedes In tho state and this
is not counted large enough to war
rant the establishment of a depart
We're not knocking but, we would like to know
the name of a tailor in these United Suites of ours
who can make better clothes at $40 than we sell for
$ 15.00 to $25.00
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