The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 02, 1910, Image 3

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OLIVER THEATRE
Tonight, TJhur., Frl. and Thur. Mat.
WM. GREW STOCK CO.
In "The Morning After the Night
Before." '
Eve., 35c, 25c, 15e Mat. 25c and 10c
8AT. MAT. AND NIGHT, FEB. 5
Brewster's Millions
Mat., $1.00 to 25c Eve., $1.50 to 50c
LYRIC THEATRE
Mats., Wed. and 8at. 15c and 25c
Beginning Monday Eve, January 31
THE LYRIC STOCK. COMPANY
Will Present
The 8oclety Comery Drama
CAPTAIN SWIFT
By C. Hadden Chambers
EVENING8 AT 8:30 15c, 25c and 35c
Campus
Gleanin
&W
Next Week
"UNDER TWO FLAGS."
ORPHEUM
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O-atreoL
Earl Walton, ox-'ll, visiter tho unl-
vorslty tho latter part of last week.
Thornburg's Orchootra. Auto 5877.
Merlo Swonson, Beta Thota PI, has
roturnod to Nebraska.
Mr. Townsend urges as many Corn
huskors as possible to havo tholr sit
tings during tho wook and avoid the
crowd on Saturdays. 67-104
Vern Bates, Delta Upsllon, has re
turned to tho university.
Eat at Don Camoron's Cafo, 111-110
So. 12th stroot.
MIbh Graco Holman, Alpha Chi
Omega, spent Saturday and Sunday
visiting relatives at Beatrice.'
Greon'B Sanitary Barber 8hop. 120
Three Day
Drink Habit Cure
THE NEAL DOES THE WORK
WEEK STARTING JANUARY 31
JOHN B. HYMER
BEN WELCH
ADAMS & AL-DEN
MARSHALL MONTGOMERY
CR088 & JOSEPHINE
VITTORIA & GIROGETTA
H0PKIN8 & AXTELL
N. 11th.
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Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8.: 30
15c apd 25c 15c, 25 c 35c, 50c
Phones': Bell 936, Auto 1528.
SELECT PITTS' SELECT
DANCING SCHOOL
BEGINNERS CLASS
WEDNESDAY "AND SATURDAY
Special
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For the Moderate, AccasionaVorPeriodical Drinker, the Habitual or Excessive Drinker, the
Nervous Man Who Has to" Drink to Keep From Becoming More Nervous.
WITHOUT HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS
flreHtu
And a plain ocntract is glvon each
patient agreeing to offect a perfect
euro in three days at the instituto or
homo. Call or wrlto tho Noal froo book and contract. Everything
uto, 1602 SO. TENTH BTREETrBtrlctly confidential. Bank roforcnceB
Omara, Nobraska, for a copy of tho funrlshed. Instituto opens Fob. 1st.
Ratu to
SOCIAL
FRIDAY
Studints
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AND MONDAY
Ladles Free Monday
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16th and O St.
SELECT
Auto 5405
SELECT
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Ch( Omega entertained Miss Theresa
Wilbur at dinner last evonlng at tho
chapter houso.
Learn the new and fancy dances,
Thursdays. Lincoln Dancing Acad
emy. 70-1-2
Harry Minor, Delta Upsilon, ro
turnod to tho university this somes
tor. Ho Intends to bo in school for
football noxt year.
Chapln BroB., florists. 127 So. 18th.
Miss Lynco Malmquist, dno of tho
assistants at tholibrary, is at her
homo in Omaha seriously ill with ty
phoid fovor.
Havo your clothes pressed at Web-,
or's Sultorlum. Auto 1708.
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Profitable employment for students I
If you oxpect to bo out of tho Unl sec
ond somostor, call 209 Press bldg.,
a. m. 71-3
til
Nevrclass, fapcy dances, Gaiety,
Flve-8tep, Carlylc, etc., Thursdays, 8
p. m. sharp. Lincoln Dancing Acad
emy 707F2
Next Week Only
$85.00 Sorgo Suit
to Your Moasuro
$2 0.0 0
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Tho sophomoro class will moot In
U106 Friday at 5 o'clock to oloct mem
bers for tho inter-class dobtlng board.
LoBt -Roman gold brooch, wroath
of leaves. Finder ploaso leavo at No
braskan ofllco and rccoivo roward.
71-6t
C. J. Kremer, former adjutant of
tho cadet battalion, lias ro-roglstorcd
in tho unlvorslty this somestor.
President Hof Mann of tho senior
class has appointed John I. -Dirks
chairman ofbo commencement invi
tation committee.
MIbb Qraco McCluro, who haB boon
taking special work in tho university,
has left Lincoln for Chicago to attend
the Chicngo Kindergarten Instituto.
She intends taking up klndorgartcn
work In the city upon hor grnduatlon
at Chicago in tho spring.
Tho, Marriage Of MIsb Edlth.Llllian
Craig to Qilmour Byors MacDonald
will bo hold this evening at 8 o'clock
at tho brldo's home, 421 South Twon-ty-olghth
streot. Miss Craig and Mr.
MacDonald aro former unlvorslty stu
dents and promipenfmembofs of their
classes. Mr. MacDonald was a mem
ber of tho university football team for
Twoyoara, dncTwUTud roinorabored as
NEW 80RORITY PLEDGES.
Number of Girls' "Pledges Announced
at End of 8econd Semester
Rushing Season.
Tho second semester pledges to
sororities havo boon announcod. Tho
number Is rather small In comparison
to other years. Sovoral sorltlos
pledged no now members it all. Thoso
who pledged aro as follows:
Alpha Omicron PlHolon HayoB,
DennlBon, la.; Oraco Burr, Donnieon,
la.
Pi Beta Phi Narda Scott, Omaha.
Dolta Gamma Carol Howard, Om
aha Harol Howard, Omaha; Clara
Hammer, Harlan, la.
Dolta Dolta Dolta Forn Albright,
Pawnoo City; Stella Sbaw, Omaha.
Alpha Chi Omega Dalo Pugh, Llrt
coin. Chi Omega Mary Roborts, Alma;
Clairo Hardin, Alma.
keop thb unlvorslty cadets m profici
ent In drill ns fs possible Tho, full
systom 1b found in a book called
Butt's Manual and tho raombors of tho
cadet battalion nro purchasing thorn.
rmnmnimimimmiHiiimmniMmim)
SIMMONS l
THE PRINTER:
die Printing, :
z& E.narmngc, s
p (mboaalng Z
Auto 2810 817 South 12th 3
infMUuiiUMMHMi'fl
NEW DRILL WORK.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Trte
Spalding
Trade Mark
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Our Fountain
SEE OUR WOOLENS
Elliott Bros.
TAIItoRS
142 SOUThItWELFTH
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TYPEWRITERS
Ail makes rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Rebuilt Machine
Lincoln Typiwrlttr Exohangs
Auto 1155. Bell 1181.. 123 No. 11th
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YOUR NEXT CLASS
PIN ORDER
Class Pins 50c and up. We Make All Kinds
Class Rings $1.50 and up We Can Save You Money
ESTABLISHED 1871 . HALLETT "43 O STREET
Try a lunch, at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
tfrod N. Wildlsh, '09, Is stationed at
tho man who won tho gamo against
South pakota Jn 1900 by a timely drdp
kick.
Birds Eyo, Wypmlng, with tho .recla- SOPHOMORE CLA88. MEETING
matlon sorvico, "as assistant suporln- President Powers has called a meet-
4ng. of tho sophomoro class for 11:30
noxt Tuesday. Tho election of of-,
fleers will take place at that tlmo.
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tendent of his division.
Wantod25
Townsend.
Cornhuskors
por day.
C7-10t
UNIVERSITYIEWELER & OPTICIAN l
C. A. Tucker
JEWELER
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW -FIONT
, Yeur Fatrwugc Solicited '
Miss Irono Davis, Chi Omega, a for
mer studont of tho university, is back
in Lincoln and lncRlontally assisting
in tho registrar's ofllco "during tho
registration rush.
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Havo you aaen tho."SororIty Panel"
by Townsend? , Something now and
most attractive. G7-10t
Lorenzo F". Flower, '11, loft for his
homo In Mlnataro yestoriay. Ho has
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decided to quit school ana w)u go
Into tho rcnl estntn hiislnnfla .In .PorU
land, Ore.
.The Agricultural Club mot last Sat
urday night at tho Temple. Professor
L. W. Chaso gavo an address on
"Farm Motors." A gonoral discussion
was bold at tho close of tho lecturo.
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Gertrude Nielson, '09, is teaching
Gorman and Latin In tho Scotta Bluff
high school. She s meeting with un
usual suqeew.. t , v, f,
Oliver L?Phillips, '09, has left, the
reclamation 'servicd In Wyoming an
gone to Vermont to tho deathbed 'of
his mother, -
Cadets to Bo Taught a System of Ex
ercises Taught by Regular Army.
Commencing with this somestor tho
cadets in tho battalion at tho univer
sity aro to bo instructed in a now sys-torn-of
exercises. Thcso oxorclseB.aro
similar o tho old setting-up oxerqises
"wlilch-bavo- heen used -in-all -military
schools and in tho rogular army for
some tlmo. ThiB now systom of exor
cises 1b muscular exerciso with, tho
rlflo,and aro very similar to tho wand
put on by classes In physical educa
tion. Tho full system is practiced in
tho rogular army and It Is thd Inten
tion of tho mlllfary department to
w7
ifck"
known troauhont
the world m
Guarantee of
Quality
are the Largest
Manufacturers
in the World of
Official
Equipment-
FOR ALL
ATHLETIC
SPORTS AND
PASTIMES
IFYG
Dort too
ILouIfl Tito a oopy of
ttio ripiaiDicuto(cae.
It' com plot eonoyolo.
pidlftof Vtol't-(w
In Mport and U wnl
free on rfjUMt.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
147 Wabash Avenue, Chicago
TICKET8 ON 8ALE,.
Tickets for the, forthcoming Gorman
play aro now on salo at Horpolsholm
or's and Porter's, and on tho campus
in tho Gorman ofllco, room 108 Uni
versity hall: Call between 11 a. m.
and 12 m. Tickets 25o and GOc.
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NOTICE.
Tho Tennis Association, will hold a
meeting at Braco ball Thursday at 11
a. m., for tho purpose of olecting .of
ficers for tho coming year. AJso re
ports will ho submitted. Whllo this
la'primariiy-poid ror tho momborB how
belonging, tho association Invites all
Interested in tennis to bo thore.
RALPH E. WEAVERUNG,
Manager Tennis,
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Barnard college has. founded a
press club as a sort of protective
union against Journalism that puts
tho collego in" tho wrong light.
A student in "a neighboring instituf
tlon Js said to havo read so many
"Keop off tho grass" signs on the
campus that ho awoko in convulsions
one morning to find a fly walking
over hla face and tie' dreamedthat
his beard was grass.
If you have lost or found art
icles, room; for rent or books to
sell, advertise in the Nebraskan's
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