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9AT. MAT. and NIGHT, ARIL 24.
Henry Q. Harris Presents
The Charming American Play
The Lion and the Mouse
Mat. $1.00 to 25c. Eve. $1.50 to 50c.
'fues., Wed., and Wed Mat, April 27-28
CHA8. B. HANFORD
In 3 Big Shakespearian Productions.
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Living Art Reproductions of tho
World's Famous Paintings
Late of Egyptian Uall of Mystery,
CHARLOTTE PARRY AND CO.
In "Tho Comstock Mystory"-
THE MISSES MILCH
Tho American Virtuosos
M'LLE. LA TINA
Tho Physical Culture Export
Tho Black Pnco louder
PHILLIPS AND JONES
Comedy Musical Entertainers
Mats, 2:15 (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50c
W- Gleanings w
0. H. Froy, florist
1132 O St.
Harry Portor. Ho has k, 1123 6 St,,
Lincoln's Ideal Home Theatre
Week Starting April 19, 1909
THE PULTON STOCK COMPANY
"THE MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM
Next Week, April 26, "The Brixton
Best 8eats 25 Cents
Every J4lght at 8:30. 1 Matinees
Wed. and 3 at. 3; 30. .
Cliapln Dros., florists, 127 So. Thin
Miss Haze) Ralph, of, Omaha, is v!b
Hlng university friends for several
Dr. Chat. Toungblut, stattat, MS
Tho annual formal party of the Dol
ta Gamma sorority will bo hold Friday
ovening. April 23, at tho Lincoln ho
tel. O A
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Professor F. .7. PeruHe, of tho de
partment of pharmacy was unable to
meet his classes last week on account
of Horlous illness.
Tho best lunch In tho city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 18&P.
The members of tho Pershing Rifles
will hold their regular monthly gold
medal spell-down Thursday evening,
April 2,Xu 7: IB p. m.
The Nobraskan will sell a 950 wheel
for $2G. Do you want It?
Tho junior convocation will he held
Tuesday .morning, May 11, at eleven
o'clock. Tho commltteo have arranged
for sevoral new numbers for this pro
One thousand pairs Oxfords on salo
at ?2.95. Horoford, 1215 O.
Tho Palladian litorary -.eocloty will
mcot Friday oveniug, April 23, in tho
Palladian hall in the Toriiplo: Tho of
ficers, of tho society will glvothe rog
, .Now spring stylos In footwoar now
.oh'dlsplay. Bockmam Bros., 1107O St.
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A recital will bo given In rhetoric
3G this lorning. This recital is a
weekly event and members of the
class are tho only participants. Orig
inal work! iarrequired.
Why not .takojyour bath at Chris'
bath house,--Eleventh and P streets?
DrJ. IM DtvlsdenUst. Qhargw
roaadnablo. Oyor Bank of Commerce.1
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Waller Weiss, toilet oGron, Nob;,
who has been out of school for" tho
paBt four weeks oii account of sick
ness, Is expected to return to hlsvunl
vorslty work noxt week. ,
If you want a btoycto call at the No
braskan office A $50 whool for 925.
1 Tho Lincoln. Dancing Acadomy Is
tho most soloct school in Lincoln.
1132 N. Auto 4477.
Professor L. E. Aylcsorth of tho
department of political science, has
an articlo on "Corrupt Practices" In
tho current number of the Amorican
Political Science Rovlow.
The cadet battalllon did not have
regular drill laBt evening, but met In
tho chapel and listened to an address
by Surgcon-Goneral Blrkner, of the XL
S. army on "Army Tactics."
Professor H. W. Cox, of Wosicyan
unlvorslty who took his masters do-
grco at this unlvorslty In 190G, has
recently been glvon a fellowship in
philosophy at Harvard unlvorslty.
Alpha sieta fraternity, tho agricul
tural fraternity will hold their an
nual banquet Saturday evening, May
8th, at tho Lincoln Hotel. Many of
tho alumni members are cxpoctcd to
President Yates of tho Junior class
vha8 nnnounccd that tho following ap
pointments of the members of tho Jun
ior committee for tho Ivy Day even-
ling program: F. O. Wheolock, chair
man: O. C. Long and Alico Rothwoll.
Lavorn McDavItt, 1910, hurt his
.knee Monday whilo running tho hur
ries nt the state fair grounds, where
the track mon have been training this
spring. This injury will keep Mr. Mc-
Davitt rrom regular training for sev
In the claBB In Rhetoric 16, toduy,
tho following question will bo debated
Jjy Paul Yates and J. A. Scotnoy: "Re
solved, that tho members of tho re
spective classes of tho Unlvorslty of
.Nebraska should bo considered ono
The members of tho classes In Dot
any 2 have taken up tho study of tho
flowering plants. This Is tho first work
that these classes have dono with the
flowering plants this year, tho work
heretofore having been on the plants
in tho lower phyla.
tlllo senior J class '.will holcT V "class
mooting Thursday morning at 11:30 at
memorial hall, to discuss Ivy Day
matters. At four o'clock Friday after
nlln tho Junior, sophomore 'and froBh
men clnsses will moot separately to
discuss tho same matter.
Professor A. S. Johnson, of tho Uni
versity of TcxaB, who was for40mo
time professor in tho department of
political economy at Nebraska, has ac
ceptod a position as an instructor in
the University of Chicago during tho
summer qunrter session.
F. W. Bellamy, 1908, Kappa Sigma,
who was captain of tho Nobraska base
ball team last year, was visiting with
menus on tno campus Tuosday, April
20. Mr. Bellamy expects to'loavo in
a Short tlniO for Iflnhn tvhnrn lin tin a
a position as a mino superintendent.
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Monday afternoon, April 19, in tho
class in Rhetoric 1C. a very interosttng
debato was' held. Tho subject under
discussion waB "Resolved, thnt thn
Judges of tho United 8tntes Supromo
court suoum no u o co for urn " Th
afllrmatlvo sido of the dohatn wnn hnlri
,by S. B. Coon and R. W. Swltzlor,
whilo L. L. Lloyd and D. F. McDon
ald supported tho negative
Tho resignations or tho following
cadet ofllcors havo boon accepted, Cap-tain-Adjutant
C. J. Kremor, 8ocond
Lleutonnnt I. J. Lalngor and Chief
Musician Ernst. Subject to the appro,
vnl of tho chancellor, tho following
promotions and assignments havo
been mado: To bo captaln-ndjutnnt of
the University Cadot Battalion, J. F.
Dirks; to bo second lleutonnnt of
Company B, E. W. Hills.
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for Concert or Dances
G. F. Tonbur, Director
Rslpli J. Reld, PtaAht
Violin and Cornet liulrtictloa glyen t
Studio, 416 So. 17th. Auto 6877.1
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Oratorical Contest Drew Large Crowd
The first annual oratorical contest
or tho Student's Debating club was
won Saturday ovening by H. E. DIx
on of Blair. H. C. Robortson of Om-
aha was second. As winner of the
.first plnce, Mr. Dixon was awarded a
gold modal. Mr. Robertson drew a
Tho contest was an interesting ono
and was attended by nearly ono hun
dred members of tho club and oth
ers Interested. Tho dlfforonco be
tween tho work of the leaders was
Blight and tho work of all was good.
The Judges wore Professors Gass,
Condra and Rev. Woathorly. The
speakers were H. C. Robortson, R.
W. Batos, S. C. Long, A. O. Warren
and H. E. Dixon. Regent Allen pro-sided.
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