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THE DAILY NEBRAKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15
CHA8. B. MANFORD
, THE WINTER'S TALE
The Merchant of Venice
Mat $1.00 to 25c. Eve $1.50 to 25c
WARD-KLARE AND COMPANY
In "The Twin Fats"
Master Cyclist of tho World
FOSTER AND FOSTER
lu "Tho Volunteer Pianist"
ELIZABETH M. MURRAY
Irish And Negro Character Songs
KIKUDA AND MAKI
Unrivalled Japanese Entertainers
In "Parisian Eccentricities"
Mats. Dally (except Mon.) 15 & 25c
Night 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35 & 50
Producing the Latest Successes at
WEEK STARTING MONDAY,
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
In the Great Farce Comedy
"THE BRIXTON BURGLARY"
Best Seats 25 Cents. Every Even
ing at 8:30
Wednesday and Saturday Matinee
To Follow May 3d "ALL OF A
for Concert or Dances
G. F. Thornburg, - - - Director
Ralph J. Reid, Plaint
Violin and Cornet Instruction given at
Studio, 4J6 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
Successor to Pitts
Social Evening - - - Friday
Advanced Class - Monday Eve.
Class Evenings - Wed. & Sat.
Private Lessons Given
1124 N STREET
Do Yoir Washing
All mnkea rontod with stand
$3 Per Montfi.
Bargains In Rotmllt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1155-Boll 1181. 124 No. HtK
ui i nf 1 ' )- 1
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
' Welcomes all Btuilonta. ,
d d iirrC and Bilver Latter
BB PIPES .SH8BK
Wl SM'bKE l&USE
1183 O Strpot
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THE UNIVERSITY MANf TAILOR
Come in and get thai $J$.00 Suit
' ' ' to'your order
1230 O'St.- Lincoln
' C. H. Frey, florist 1132 O St.
Harry Porter. Ho has It. 1123 O St
Chapln Bros., florlsjs, 127 So. Thir
A. It. Pool, 1911, visited In Omaha
Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Miss Edith O'Connoll, 1908, was a
campus visitor Monday.
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
E. M. Sunderland, 1907, visited
friends In tho city Sunday.
The best lunch In tho city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 13 &' P.
Guy E. Montgomery, 1909, spent Frl
day and Saturday In Omnha.
The NebrasUan will soil a ?50 wheel
for $25. Do you want It?
H. H. HergqulHt, 1908, spent Sun
day at tho Kappa Sigma house.
One thousand pairs Oxfords on salo
at $2.95. Hereford, 1215 O.
Will Boyes, 1912, of Hebron, Nob,,
Is confined at homo with typhoid fever.
New spring styles In fodtwear now
on display. Beckman Bros.. 1107 O St.
.1. L. Coupe, 1909, captain of Co. C,
epent Saturday and Sunday In Omaha.
If you want a bicycle call at tho Ne-
brnskan bfllce. A 50 wheel for $25.
A.M. Stttrtznegger, 1910, visited at
his home at South Bend, Nob., on
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
J. E. Johnson, LawlUll, was In
Omaha, Saturday and Sunday, vlBltlng
Hugh Cooke, 'varsity baseball star
IMA need n white or fhncv vest: one thnt fits vnn wrll- X
W III I J"5 the new pattern you want, and at n moderate
I UU price WE HAVE IT FOR YOU.
30000000Q00 O O
of several years ago, Is visiting at
tho Kappa Sigma bouse this week.
A pocketboak, found In Nebraska
hall, is waiting a claimant at tho office
of Miss Ernst, botanical storekeeper.
Arbor Barth entertained tho mem
bers of the Alpha Tau Omega fratoj
nlty at his homo, 1016 II street, Friday
Lathrop M. Taylor, a prominent uni
versity student several years ago, fins
been anointed, secretary of the Colo
rado state board or agriculture very re
cently. The members aflho athletic com
mlttces ofnll classes, are requested to
meet today In U 110 at 11 o'clock. Very
important as the athletics for Ivy Day
aie going to bo arranged.
The active chapter, of. the Pelta Tau
Delta fraternity .entertained -tho ac
tive chapter of the Alpha Theta Chi
fraternity at a" Binoker last evening at
tho chapter house, 1420 R street. f
The botaulcal department Is; arrang
ing for tho purchase of soma new m
Bcropes to take tho place of. the old
model apparatus noy In partial ubo In
Lab, L Other apparatus Is .also being
YOU NEED CARDS
We furnish all kinds
Three color work
Kirby & Dobson
1307 O Open Evening
Tho students from tho Templo
High School ubo the gymnnslum on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
from 10:35 to 11 a. in. Tho glrlB uso
the chapel while tho boys use tho
A. H. Mlllor, 1908, forest guard of
"the Holy Cross National forest re
sorve m Colorado, was a cmnpuB visit
or a few days last week. Mr. Mlllor
reports the work as being very pleas
ant and satisfactory.
At 7:30 this evening the members
of the Forest Club will meet In Ne
braska hall, 7, whero thoy will llBton
to an address by Professor Phillips of
the forestry department on "Scien
tific Probloma In Forest Plantations."
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The Lincoln Dancing Academy has
moved to 1 124 N St., having bought
tho business of tho Williams' Dancing
Academy. Thoy have a select crowd,
and extend a special Invitation to uni
veislty students to attend their
In a game of baseball marked by
heavy hitting and poor fielding, tho
cabinet or tho university V. M. C. A.
defeated the finance committee of the
same organization by a bcoio of 27 to
26. The feature of tho gamo wub 19
scores made by the cabinet In 0110 in
Harry C. Ingles, 1910, Beta Theta
Pi, has been appointed principal cadet
to West Point by Congressman Hln
shaw, subject to his passing tho ex
amination. Allen T. Newman of He
bron, Neb., has been appointed alter
nate. O !
In a very one-sided game of base
ball Alpha Theta Chi fraternity de
feated the forest club by a score of
eighteen to three at the state farm
Saturday. A. T. C. Batteries: E. Buol
and R. Smith. Forest club: Carver,
Lamb and Upson.
S. A. Ersklne, 1911, Dulta Tan Delta,
has been forced to leave school for
the rest of tho semester on account of
ill health. Mr, ErkBlno was sick dur-
O O O00000000&0
lug the spring vacation, and hence his
recant auction. His many-friends hope
tor his recovery and his return to
school next fall.
Tho members of tho Kappa Kappa
Ganjma sorority held their twenty
fifth annual banquet Friday evening at
tho Lincoln hotel. Tho annunl formal
pnrty of the same sorority was held
Saturday evening" at tho Lincoln,
Many alumni members and Invited
guests were present,
R. I. Elliott, ex-1909 visited at
tho Acacla( house over Sunday. Mr.
Elliott has been recently elected su
perintendent of tho Broken Bow pub
lic schoolB. Hp will also be at the
head of the faculty or the stato Jun
ior normal at Broken Bow dulrng the
summer session of that school.
State High School Inspector A. A.
Reed lias returned from an Inspection.
trip In southwestern Nebraska. Ho
states that his attention was forcibly
attracted by tho character of the new
high school buildings recently erected
nt McCdok and Orleans. Although In4
different classes, tho buildings in each
town exccll In their kind. .
Saturday evening, Anvil 24th, tho
English club met at the home of Miss
Jeffrys, 1G27 So. Thirteenth stroot.
Freshman May 15, 1909.
Fraternity Hall $1.25 I
An excellent literary program was ren
dered by tho members of tho club
which was original. Excellent stories
wore read by Mr. Long and Miss Jef
freys, and an excellent ossay was
given by Miss Wlrlck.
Professor M. M. Fogg was a Judge
at the Wesloyan-Grand Island College
debate last Friday evening, hold at
University Place, Wosleynn won tho
debate. The question was tho feder
al Incorporation law. Tho other two
judges weie Honorable Richard Mot
calfe and Superintendent Bodwell of
Beatrice. Hon. W. J. Bryan presided.
-Dr. C. 13. Bcascy of the botanical
department returned Sunday from
Hnlgler, Neb., where on Saturday ho
addressed tho Dundy county teachers'
association. Dr. Bussoy Is enthusias
tic over the peoplo of Dundy county.
Ho states that ho has seldom ad
dressed so attentive an nndlonce. At
Benkleman, Nebr., ho met F. J. Plpal,
1907, who is now superintendent or
the public schools at that town. Mr.
Plpal may tako up graduate work In
the unherslty next fall.
Y. M. C. A. ENTER8 BASEBALL.
Cabinet and Finance Committee Play
a Hot Game.
On Saturday afternoon at the stato
farm diamond the Y. M. C. A. cabl
net played the members of the iinaucc
committee a game of baseball In ans
wer to a challenge offered some tlmo
The contest began with tho cabinet
at bat. In this inning Coryell, the
twlrlor for tho financiers, bewildered
his opponents, holding them down to
a single tally. In the second half tho
financiers batted Mahooil of tho cabi
net without appnrent difficulty and
brought three men safely In for scores.
In sovoraK innings following Coryell
held tho cabinet sluggors down, lot
ting in but eight runs whilo In the
In the second inning Mahood was
succeeded In the box by Plastors who
proved easy, letting in 1Q scores. Ho
was followo'd by Tato who pitched a
consistent game in the remaining five
Innings and won It for tho cabinet.
Drake was baited out of the box
after allowing 15 tallies In the first
half of thq Boventh.,
Thojlnanclors Bucceodecl. in tallying,
but one sdore in the last half of the
seventh and tho gamo ,was called. '
Score by Innings;
Cabinet, 110 10 5 '1927.
Finance, 3 13 0 4 2 3 1 20.
Qattorles: Cabinet, Mahood, Plas
ters, Tate and Itoinsch. Flnanco com
mltteo, Coryell, Drako, Shank and
Time of gamo, two hours tind thirty
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