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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1909)
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The freshman hop committee has set
the date for the annual dance of the
first year men as January 15. THe hop
will be held at the Lincoln hotol.
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist. 1284 O St.
The senior prom committee will
meet at 11 a. m. today In U112.
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, 12th and O.
Walter P. Meier, 1903, Is a mem
ber of a newly organized firm of at
torneys at Seattle, Wash. Hamlin.
Meier & Phillips, lawyers, Is the title
of the new organization. Mr. Meier
has been at Spokane for tho paHt sev
Chnpln Bros., florists. 12,7 So. 13th.
Dr. Maxey took part In a discus
sion before the Baptist Brotherhood
lust night. The question up for dis
cussion was whether the tux on liquor
is desirable and justifiable.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119
So. 12th street.
Charles Campbell, a former law stu
dent, has again registered In the law
Spalding gymnasium and baskotVbnll
shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckmnu Bros.. 1107 O St.
TrofesBor Conant 1b In Topoka, Kan.,
attending a convention of the Masonic
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established 1871 HALLETT, Jeweler
Chris' Bath House, llth and P.
Turkish, Bhower and plain baths.
The Engineering Society will meet
at 7:30 tonight in Science hall of
See our display ad. Lincoln Select
Dancing Academy, 1124 N. 10-12-13
The members of the Pershing Rlllon
will meet Thursday evening In tholr
armory for their weekly drill.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Former Captain McWilliams of com
pany B gave the men of thnt company
a short talk Monday evening on drill
and its advantages. Mr. .McWilliams
was enntain of company B in the
Prey & Proy. choice flowors. 1338
O St., north sldo.
Tho members of all classes reciting
In L305 have been forced to meet In
tho science hall of tho Temple on ac
count of tho art exhibit which is be
ing held In the former roqm.
Learn to dance before Christmas.
Special rate. Lincoln Dancing Acad-
The sophomore class will meet
Thursday at 11:30 a. m, In the Temple
to transact business and hold a rally
in preparation for tho Olympics Satur
day. Try a luncli at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
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every fifteen words or fraction there
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For Sale No. 7 Remington type
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AT THE THEATERS.
Funny Is the word which boBt de
scribes tho Orpheum porformnrico this
week. Tho bill has no particularly
strong dramatic or novelty stunts, but
practically overy number Is good for
Gordon and Marx, tho two German
comedians, aro good and they get the
applause. Thoy havo somo uniquo
stunts, woll carried out McGarry
and Harrld do some good dancing In
parts, although their work Is not of
tho highest class as a whole . Tho
posing horse, "Chesterfield," with MIbs
Hose Royal, 1b an act well calculated
to draw tho commendation of animal
lovers. "Chestorflold" Is n boauty and
Miss Royal knows how to mnko him
do as sho wants.
Chnrles Barry and Miss Hnlvers
work through a skotch In goodstyle.
Mildred Glover disappoints IlrBt Im
pressions with a good finish. Cather
ine Hayes and Mabel Johnson do a
graceful act, despite their avolrdupolH.
Elinor Gordon with a cute plnyet, fin
ishes the program.
"Zira" 1b the emotional drama staged
at tho Lyric this week. With MIbs
Carter Ks'thb' lending wonlan, tho play
Is well carried out, with Mr. Noblo
and others of the cast doing their
usual classy work. "Zlra" gives good
opportunities for emotional scones on
tho part of the star, and Miss Cnrter
knows hov to take advantago of tho
chances offered. Monday's and Tuch
day's audiences applauded long at the
close of cjich act of tho play. Tho bill
will continue, as is the Lyric custom,
for tho remainder of the week. ,
1143 O STREET
NON-COM OFFICERS MEET.
Elect the Principal Officers of the An
nual Informal Dance.
Tho non-commissioned ofllcers of
the cadet battalion mot last evening
at six o'clock in U10G and elected tho
officers of the non-com hop, which will
be held some time In the nenr future.
Henry Hathaway, first sergeant of
company A, was elected master of
ceremonies and Harry Cain, first ser
geant of company I, was elected chair
man of the dance.
FRESHMAN MASS MEETING.
Members of the First Year Class Hold
Tho members of the freshman class
met lust evening and discussed tho
coming Olympics. Tho mooting was
full of enthusiasm and this was in
creased by a short address by Dr. Con
dra, who explained the purpose of tho
freshman-sophomore contests. Every
effort will bo put form by tho members
of the class to win the meet and thus
purchase the right for the .members
of the class to wear class capB.
It was announced that the members
of, tho class who wished to enter In
tho middle-weight wrestling bouts are
to report at the gymnasium tomorrow
afternoon at three o'clock.
COMPANY K CLUB POSSIBLE.
New Cadet Company to Form an Or
ganization of the Members of the
Tho members of the now cadet com
pany of tho battalion, company JK, de
cided last evening that the company
would form an organization for the
better acquaintance of men in the
company and that they would in this'
way draw each member of the com
pany closer to each other and also
create a greater Interest in drill.
This plan was received favorably
by all the members of the company
and a company K club will be formed.
All the 'members of the company are
requested to meet next Saturday ev
ening in the armory for the purpose
of forming this club.
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