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THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
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Thursday Night, May 20.
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The Chesterfield of Minstrelsy
THE ORTMAN TRIO
Comedy Military Acrobats
Greatest Lady Trick Cyclist in the
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Real Comedy Entertainers
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Refined Novelty and Operatic
Mat. Daily Except Mon.) 15c & 25c.
Every Night -8:15150, 25c &50c.
Lincoln's Perfect Theater
WEEK STARTING MON. MAY 10
A Three-act Comedy by Clyde Pitch
"THE FRISKY MRS JOHNSON."
THE FULTON 8TOCK COMPANY.
Every Night at 8:30
Every Night at 8:30. Wednesday
and Saturday Matinees 2:30.
BEST 8EAT8 25 CENTS.
C. H. Prey, florist 1133 O St.
Harry Porter. He haB it 1123 O St
Men's Bootery, Twelfth and P Sts.
Bronze oxfords at Men's Bootery,
Twelfth and P streets.
The members of the Delta Delta Del
ta sorority gave a theater party last
Cameron's Lunch Counter, 123 So.
Harvey Rathbone, ox-1911, has been
visiting for the past few days at the
Delta Upsllon fraternity house.
The best lunch in the city. Y. M.
C. A. Spa, 18 St P.
The members of the Junior civil en
gineering class in masonry have taken
up the study of the elastic arch.
The Nobraskan will sell a 60 wheol
for $26. Do you want It?
MIbs Bertha Roach, ex-1911, of Clay
Center is visiting at the Delta Delta
Delta sorority house for a few days.
New spring styles in footwear now
on display. Beckman Bros., 1107 O St
The family of Professor H. W. Web
ster arrived in Lincoln a few days
ago, after a year's visit in California.
It you want a bicycle call at the No
braskan office. A $50 wheel for $26.
Miss Ester Hunter, ex-1909, of Fre
mont, has been visiting for the past
days at the Delta Delta Delta sorority
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The engineering committee met last
evening and discussed plans for the
preparation of the schedule 'for the
Select School of Dancing, Lincoln
Academy, new location, 1124 N. Auto
The members of the class in C. E.
12, aro compiling a tablo showing the
main features of the Irrigation laws
In bIx of the western states.
Seniors Bbould pay their duos and
get tickets at Library, "Tuesdays and
Thursdays, eleven to twelve.
H. H. Arnold, 1905. 'is visiting his
sister, MIsb Eva Arnold, 1909. Mr.
Arnold is on his way to China In the
Interests of the General Electric Co.
All cudots should plan to attend the
morning performance of the senior
play, Juno 8. Tickets can bo obtained
at the Library, Tuesdays and Thurs
days, eveien to twelve.
A meeting of the senior Ivy Day
committee was held yesterday at 1
o'clock In U. 106. Pinal reports of
the different Bub-commltteoB were
Mr. H. P. Warner, 1905, will speak
to the Engineering society, Wednes
day evening, May 19, on the subject,
"Railroad Problems on the Canal
The members of cadet company I
held a smoker last evening at the Phi
Gamma Delta fraternity house, 1228
R street. Company badges were dis
tributed. The members of cadet Company B
held a smoker last evening at the
Delta Upsllon fraternity house, 1428
S street. About forty men wore In at
Professor Caldwell, of the Ameri
can history department, has been se
lected to be the commencement ora
tor, Juno 1, at Central City College,
Central City, Nobr.
Dono IIubhoI, 1909, gave a dancing"
party at IiIb homo at Forty-second and
South Btroets last Saturday ovonlng
In honor of tho Delta Upsllon fraterni
ty. About thirty couples attondod.
It has been announced by the depart
ment of military sclenco that all camp
feoB must bo paid by Thursday even
ing May 20th. Tho fees this year ar
$R.OO and nniBt bo paid by thlH date.
All members of tho engineering so
ciety aro urged to attend tho rogular
meeting of tho socloty tonight. Mr.
Warner, 190R, will addrosa tho society,
and other Important business will bo i
Tho drill of tho cadet companies for
tho laBt fow nights haB shown much
improvement. Tho outcome of tho
competitive drill 1b hard to prophesy.
Company A has Bhown marked Im
provement and all tho companies aro
of almost equal quality.
W. E. Brools, C. E., 1902, M. A., 180.1,
who 1b at present profcsBor of mathe
matics and mechanics In tho collogo
of engineering at the University of
Minnesota, Is In Germany on a year's
leave of absence. Ho Is tnklng work
at Gottlngen University.
Mr. Arthur DobBon entertained
the officers and non-commissioned of
ficers of cadet Company D last ovon
lng at a beautiful sevon o'clock din
ner at his home at 945 D street. Tho
decorations we're In Company D colors,
red and white, and tho favors wero
rod and whlto carnations. Fourteen
men wero In attendance.
An unusually interesting debate was
held Inst Monday afternoon in the
class In Rhetoric 16. Tho subject un
der discussion was "Resolved, that
the Greek lettor fratornltles of Amur
lean colleges and universities. Is more
beneficial than detrimental. ' AUIrnm
tlve Lynn Lloyd and Dale McDonald.
Negative, Robert Swltzler and Sheldon
BUREAU FOR THE UNATTACHED.
Professor at Wisconsin Wished Aid In
Proposing a "buroau for unattached
young ladies and mon," an allcgod
"ollglblo young professor',' at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin has written tho
following communication to tho stti
dont dally of that Institution.
Tho communication speaks for itself
Editor of tho Cardinal:
Can I not qnllst your valuablo aid In
a proposition which Boems to mo to
moot a long felt want. I am one of
thoso Individuals to whom tho pros-
onco of ladles Is nocesBary for tho
enjoyment of anything. A canoo trip,
for instance Is flat, stalo and unprofit
able to mo, unlesB graced by tho proB
onco of tho fair box. A sunset vlow
alono losos much of Its gorgeous col
oring to me. I am by nnturo qulfo
diffident, and conBoquontly do not pos
sess a largo clrclo of acquaintances
among tho co-odB, although I worship
them at a distance Now I ofton wish
for young ladles to go canoeing or
walking with me, but am soldom for
tunate enough to find a partnor, al
though am suro that thoro must bo
numbers of young ladlos who would
onjoy such' trips.
My plan Is to establish a bureau
where tho co-eds can roglster their
free days and hours, so that tho men
who aro disappointed In a date, or
find th em solves froo unexpectedly, may
without delay, obtain suitable part
ners. This would bo a sort of social
Intelligence bureau. Fdr example,
MIbs A would roglBtor as opon for en-
gagomohtB Bay Thursdays and Satur
days. As soon as sho filled ono of her
dates sho would tolephono tho fact
to tho bureau, A chaporono would bo
in attendance at tho bureau to mako
the proper Introductions. I will not
weary you by going further Into do
tall, Mr. Editor, but fool Hitro tho
general plan must appoal to you, and
I can assuro you It will bo a great
boono to others who llko mysolf aro
retiring and bashful.
Eliglblo Young Professor.
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