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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, 8AT. &. 8AT. MAT.
THE 8MART SET
8. H. Dudley and 43 In
HIS HONOR THE BARBER
EVE $1.00 to 25c. MAT 50 & 25c
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 17
JA8. T. JEFFRIE8 GOTCH
TUESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 18
J LYRIC THEATRE
Mats Wed. & 8at. Prices 15c & 25c
Beginning Monday Evening, Jan. 10
Loulsp Evan 8hlpman's
Romantic Military Drama
Will Be Presented By
JHE LYRIC 8TOCK COMPANY
Evenings at 8:30 15c, 25c and 35c
Bell A-869 Both Phones Auto 2398
Next Week "A TEXAS STEER"
WEEK STARTING JANUARY 10
EDWINA BARRY & CO.
K BOOTBLACK QUARTETTE
FOGG & ALGER
Matinee a 2:30. Evening at 8:30
15c apd 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
Any Suit or Overcoat
to your measure during this
L. J. HERZOG
1230 O St. Lincoln
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
0. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O street.
The Into Arthur Hill has bequeathed
to the University of Michigan $200 000
to erect an auditorium.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe. 11-110
So. 12th street.
The University College of Medicine
at Richmond, Vn., was completely de
stroyed by flro last Thursday.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Tho Harvard Medical School Ihib
coninleted arrangements to open a new
clinic for tho general treatment of
Have you tried the', Evans Laundry?
Their work deserves your patronage.
Tin changes In football rules by
Walter Camp will be tried at onco by
the University of Virginia.
Gentlemon's PumpB. Ladles' Even
ing Slippers. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
Forty-nine candidates for tho Penn
sylvania track team have reported for
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Tho $100,000 equipment fund of the
Cornell University alumni field has
beon completed in subscriptions. This
Is the Bccond fund started for the im
provements of the vandty field.
.Did you fall and break your
glasses? Lenses replaced. Howe, op
tician, 319 No. Twelfth G2-IU
The fnculty of Slovens Institute of
Technology has announced three new
prizcB to be awarded to the senior
J class. Two of the prizes uro fifty dol
lars and one twenty-five dollars.
G. N. I-dimb, curator of the univer
sity horbarlum, who has received an
offor from tho government forest Borv
lco, Is a graduate of 1009, not of this
year, as has beon stated.
Thornburg's Orchostra. Auto 5877.
"Magee & Deemer
Announce Another Sale
Our regular January Clearance Sale nearly doubled, our former sale records.
Broken lines were not quite sold out, and so with prices cut still more, we
start a Final Clean-Up. Sale to last till all are gone.
About 100 Suits and Overcoats, regularly sold CIO t "TC
. at $35.00, $30.00 and $23.00, now . . . HrfcXa w
About 75 Suits and Overcoats, regularly sold UH O 7CL
at $22.50, $20.00 and $6.00, now . . . HP0 J
$1.15, $138, $1.88. Unusual prices
39c and 55c for garments worth
up to 75c.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Monarch Pool Hall and Bowling
Alleys, 1134 N.
Wanted A collector for work on
the campus; must have plenty of
nerve and few morning classes. Call
at Nehrnsknn office today between 11
and 12 o'clock. It
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. 12th and O.
Following the precedent of former
committees, this year's prom and Ger
man committees at Yale have decided
that they will not send flowers to their
guests. And they are hoping for tho
co-operation of tho undergraduates
In abolishing a custom "which has bo
come a superfluous and unreasonable
Ask your friends Lincoln Select
Dancing Academy. See display ad.
Havo your eyes examined. G. W.
Howe. 319 No. Twelfth. 56-st
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
One of the new campus regulations
ui the University of Utah says that
special studonts who do not afllliato
wltn any regular classes shall bo gov
erned by tho freshman ruloB.
Engineering Society Pins, $2.00 Union Society Pins . . $2.00
Dramatic Club Pins . . 2.00 Pershing Rifles Pins . . .50
Chemical Club Pins . . . 2. 75 Worklzer Rifles Pins . . 2.0Q
Paladian Society Pins . . 2.25 School of Music Pins . . 2.75
Kosmos Klub Pins . $2.00
, . LET US SUBMIT DESIGNS FOR YOUR NEXT PINS
ESTABLISHED 1871 HALLETT 1143 O STREET
11 makes rented with stand. $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exohangt
Auto 1165. Bell 1181. 123 No. 11th
1 ' .11J.JI L- I ,
IS SQ POPULAR
We mpke a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and ptirich for Frat 6s Sorori
ty pargM. TOpping Oream
always 6n bapa. Bell 266.
Mnjor B M. Hnrrod of Now Orlonna
hue boon asked to glvo tho Memorial
Day address at Harvard University.
Major Harrod was In Harvard before
tbo Civil war, and ho fought an tho
Special student dance Monday,
January 17. Lincoln Dancing Academy.
For Ront FurnlBhod rooniB In all
modorn house; hot water heat La
dles preferred. 1225 U St. Auto 258p,
Boll F2737. , C3-5t
Students desiring td take next sem
ester a beginning chemistry courso
similar to chemistry A should conBuJt
-with tho Lincoln academy. In case
a sufficient number onroll tho acad
emy will conduct such a class. G3-2t
Learn to dance at the select school.
Lincoln Dancing Academy. 61-63-64
Shoe sale, Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
The 'first meeting of the wrestling
class will bo held Tuesday, January
18, at 7:30, in the armory. All men
who want to Join tho class should ho
dressed for "work at that hour. If a
sufficient number are not thero the
class, will bo dropped. All who have
any idea of' taking' the work should be
present at the first class. No one will
bo admitted lato. Tho cjasa 1)1 PP1
slst of twenty lessons, under Frank
Notice is hereby given that any sub
scriber who wants his subscription
discontinued at the end of the present
semester must notify the management
of the Nebraskan of that fact; other
wise his copies will continue to be sent
to Station A, and he will be charged
with next semester's subscription.
Failure to take his papers from Sta
tion A will not constitute such notice.
This requirement Is simply made to
protect the management from loss, as
the potsofflce furnishes no records of
papers which are not called for. A
moment's thought will show the neces
sity for this request, and If subscrib
ers will act accordingly, the manage
ment will be saved a considerable
amount of expense and trouble. 63-7t
An honorary college Jpurnallstic fra
ternity has beon organized by studopts
of Syracuse university. Tho name of
Pi Delta Bpsllon Is taken. Tho object
is to stimulate interest in college Jour?
nalism. Tho candidate, will havo to
serve two years on a college dally, or
must haye been an updergrnduato edl-tor-in-chjof.
Pennsylvania swimmers trounced
tho Argo Swimming club of Philadel
phia qn Saturday, 8 to 7. Despite tho
one-sided sporp, tho races were close
alj thp' waj. J. K."'shjro9k, fho inter
collegiato champion, wop' the 50 and
100 yard dashes, breaking ttio pole rec
ord In thp latter event. Ponn won
Hi Vfcr poo njatcj fo last thirty-live
seconds of play.
We are the Lincoln,
Agents for several
prominent makes of
stylish dependable shoes
such as the Hanan, White Ribbon,
Red Cross, Zeiglers, Lattemers, and
others in the snappy State Street Stage
Lasts, Shorty and Jim Dump Lasts, in
all the popular leathers and wanted colors.
Prices Range from $3.50 to $5.00
MILLER & PAINE
Walt's Full Orchestra
INDOOR ATHLETICS i
Febr. 11 Non-Frat
a Season Tickets 75c Two Informals
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