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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, 8AT. AND 8AT. MAT.
Eve., 75c to 25c; Mat., 25c and 10c
Tues., Wed. and Wea. Mat., Feb. 15-16
FRIDAY, FEB. 18 L0UI8 MANN
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O street
Paul Yates, '10, has pledged Acacia
WE WILL SELL $1;50 SHIRTS
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
Tho sophomore class will moot Feb
Saturday, Feb. 12, for
ruary 22 at 11:30 In Memorial hall.
J SELECT PUTS' SELECT
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Spiolal lUUs to Studints
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladles Pre c Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
w I'll MM
Boys--My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
11 makoa rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typtwritir Exohangt
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, jfELLOW FRONT
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Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
All sophomores who Intend to try
for debating team will meet in U10G
Monday at 12:30 sharp to select place
Today is tho last day of our pennant
sale. Bettor come in. Unlvorsity
Book Store. 79
W. It. Ramsey, '07,- of Plattsmouth
was in Lincoln yostorday, arguing his
first caso boforo the supremo court.
Ho is county attorney of CasB county.
A fow pennant bargains left at from
40 to 60 per cent off. This is tho last
day. University Book Store. 79
Tho date for tho mooting of tho
Platform Club at Townsond's Studio
has' been postponed until Tuesday at
11:30.' All mombors are requested to
bo there on time.
When you can save from 25 cents to
50 centB, doesn't it pay? This is tho
last day of our ponnant sale. Unlvor
sity Book Store. 79
Found Plain gold seal ring with in
itial "B." Owner may have samo by
paying for this ad. 75-6t
1325 O Street Furnishings and Hats
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11-119
So. 12th street
All men desiring to try out for tho
non-fraternity tug-of-war team or the
relay race teams should appear at3
o'clock at tho armory this afternoon.
Found Fountain pen. Owner may
have samo by paying for this ad. 78-3t
Mrs. W, H. Upjohn, neo Myrtle
Freol, formerly a student in tho uni
versity, of Lafayette, Ind., Is visiting
with Prof. L. A. Sclpio and wlfo for a
couple of weeks.
Learn the new and fancy dances,
Saturday night. Lincoln Dancing
Tho young people of tho JFlrst Pres
byterian church havo announced a
valentine party for next Monday even
ing. University students aro espe
cially invited. ,
Lost A hunting caso gold watch,
at tho junior prom. Initials "R. O. W."
on case. Return to Nobraskan ofllco
and receive reward. 75- t
Admission to tho Pershing RIflo
drill and the band concert will only
bo by tickets of admission to tho ath
letic meet Tho Pershing RIflo drill
starts at 1:45, tho band concert at
2:15", tho moot at, 2:45.
Valentine party and dance, Monday,
February 14. Lincoln Dancing Acad
emy. All students Invited, quick's
Tho student volunteer band, com
posed pf ' some twenty young people
who expect" to become foreign mission
aries, mot Thursday night. E. Rf 'Med
lar was olectbd leader1 for ttils semeB-
Lost Gold' watch 'fob, on-campus.
Reward for return to Nobraskan of
fice. . . 7G-3t
Our Spring Woolens are
here. Come in and let us
show them to .you.
Green's Sanitary Barbor Shop. 120
A conference of church wor'kors in
state universities will bo hold at tho
University of Wisconsin next weqk.
No doubt this conferonco will bo of
Intorost to churchmen in goneral, for
twenty-ono western stato institutions
will bo represented. Mr. John It, Mott
will bo ono of tho principal spcakors.
"Dad" Elliott will alBo bo on tbo pro
gram. Rov. D. R. Loland, student pas
tor of tho local Presbyterian church,
will read, a ropdrt on "Tho Religious
Conditions at tho University of No
braBka." Ono member of tho faculty
will alBo bo invited to attend.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Weak eyes made strong. Howe,
Optician, 319 No. 12th. 75-6
Glasses, a necessary 'evil. Howo,
Optician, 319 No. 12th. 77-3t
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorium. Auto 1708.
Last week of our Dis
count Sale of Fine
Tho Nebraska High School Dobatlng
Leaguo, composed of slxty-ono high
schools, has started work. Tho first
district dobato was. that, between Au
burn and Nebraska City at Auburn,
last Friday ovoning. Auburn won tho
debate by a decision of2"to"l7 Tttiss
W. BatOB, '09, teachor of dobato and
argument at Auburn, was in a largo
measure responsible for Auburn'B vic
tory. Y. W. C. A. Noon Meetings.
Noxt week is a period of special
meetings with tho Y. W, C. A., except
on Tuesday, when there will bo no
meetings. Tho leaders aro aa follows:
Monday, Miss Vibbard.
Wednesday, Dr.-B. M, Long.
Thursday, Amanda Clement.
Friday, Dr. F. D. Barker.
RRE TAKE8 MA8TER8 DEGREE.
Writes Thesis of Importance to Cot
H. W. Barro of Clomson College,
South Carolina, who graduated at Ne
braska in 1907, has just taken his ex
amination horo for a master's degree.
Ab his thesis for the dogroo Professor
Clpmson has written a paper on "Tho
Prosonco and Significance of tho
Hyhao and Spores of Gossypil in Cot
ton Seed." Mr. Clemson, In writing
this paper, dealt with a problem which
Js of groat importance In South Caro
lina. Previous to tho present time
little was known regardiqg tho subject
of which ho treats and vast damago
has been done by tho gossypil without
any. means being discovered to deal
with itfTho professor, however, has
discovered, how tho gossypil propa
gates and lives and his discovery is of
great value to tho cotton growing
t Among tho religious organizations
at Tuskogee .Institute, there is ono
whlchj Is doing excellent work. Tho
Y. M. O. A., under tho leadership
of Mr. J. D. Stevenson, has an actiyo
mqmberflbip of oyer 500 men..
GERMAN PLAY APPEARS
"KOENIQ8TRA88E 102" PLEA8E8
LARGE AUDIENCE AT TEMPLE.
(AST GIVE EXCELLENT PRODUCTION
Comedy In German Language Staged
With Good Scenic Effect Cast
Entertained. at Luncheon
by Prof. Fossler.
Tho Gorman Club play wbb glvon
last ovoning boforo a packed house at
the Tomplo thoator. The comedy was
full of ludicrous situations and was on
Joyod to tho limit. Tho plot was eas
ily followed and could bo interpreted
without trouble by cvon those who did
not understand tho language Tho ac
tors took thoir parts in oxcollent fash
Ion, nono of thoir work Booming forced.
It showed that thoir training had boon
very effective. MIbs Hoppnor had
acted as coach.
Tho scenery was loanod by tho
Lyric Stock company, and the make
ups wero supervised by Mr. Noble.
Thoy wero exceptionally good.
Stockolborg'B orchostra furnished
After tho play tho cast was enter
tained at luncheon by Professor Fobs-
lor. Tomorrow night tho cast will bo
entertained at a suppor and rocoptlon
at tho homo of Professor Fosslor.
The Plot Develops.
Tho sotting of tho first act la in
HorfBroHBOTs house In Borlln, Tho
gentloman's numorous tenants aro
proving very troublosomo bocauBO of
tho unending demands thoy make upon
him; so ho decides to trade Mb prop
erty in town for farm land. Horr
Krafft has a country ostato, Ludors
dorf.iwlth which ho is dissatisfied', and
ho realizes that it would oat up his
fortune If he keeps tho estate run
ning. A trade between tho two is arranged
by Horr Soidol, who deceives- both
owners as to tho real condition of tho
properties. During this act Hugo, tho
son of Horr Krafft, and Holono, tlio
charming daughter of Horr Brofise,
becomo enamoured of each other, and
tho countrified young man and tho
young girl, with their lovo struggling
to show itself, Inject some good com
edy Into tho play.
A Lovo Mix-Up.
In tho second act tho lovers create
much nmusoment by their declarations
of .lovo and the mix-up occasioned by
Horr Soidel'B mlstako in getting tho
Act threo takos placo In ono of tho
parlors at Ludorsdorf. Drossol has
fallen violently in lovo with Rosa, and
ho and Hugo noWvfluccood in declaring
their love to Rosa and Helen, In spite
of tho objections ofho Brohses. and
tho schomlng of Soidol. Soidel wlslios
Hugo to marry Rosa. Hugo, while
trying to explain toRosa, is thought
by Seldol to bo asklnc tho erlrl to
marry tym, so ho gives thorn his con
sent and blossjng without waiting for
a hearing. Horr Brohso has by this
time discovered" tho true worth of Lu
dorsdorf and his pretty housekeeper is
also cauajng him trouble. More trou
bles come when fho la arrested for
shooting a rabbit in tho government
game park. In tho. last act tho trou-
1 . a m . .x .'", ' .
ujua sru uaKiiy Bifaigiuenea out' ana
everyone is nappy.
FOREST ANNUAL OUT 800NV
Second Volume Is Now In Hands of
Tho second nnnual volumo of Oio
Forost Club Annual Ib now at tho
printers' and will bo out In nbout two
weokB. This year's publication will
bo about 50 por cont largor than that
of last year. It will contain 150 pagos,
with twonty plates of Illustrations.
Tho volumo will roprosont an ox
pondlturo of two hundred dollars, all
of which haB boon subscribed by pa
trons of tho annual, forost students
and othors intoroBtod in forestry.
Tho distribution of tho annual will
bo limited to tho contributors, forost
students and forost schools.
Tho staff is: L. L. Bishop, editor;
J. S. Boyco, assoclato editor; ProfoB
sor It. A. Pool, socrotary and Irwu?"
uror; Professor F. J. Phillips, advisor.
Tho Enginooring Society mot
Wodnosday ovoning at 8 o'clock for
tho orectlon of ofllcors. W. H. Bur
loigh was elected presidont and II. S.
Vlllars vlco-prosldont. Tho mombors
of tho socloty woro glvon subscription
blanks for tho "Bluoprlnt" Thoy will
solicit subscriptions until tho appear
anco of that publication.
ADVICE FROM WASHINGTON 8AY8
HE WILL GO WITH GOVERNMENT.
DEPENDS ON GRANT ON ABSENCE-
Popular, Professor of Forestry Depart
ment Enrbute for Lincoln In
tends to Accept Supervision
of Forest' Lands.
According to tho advlco recoived
Irtst night from Washington, Professor
Phillips has decided to accept tho po
sition as forester with tho Indian
bureau. HIb acceptance, howevor,
will dopond upon his gaining a leave,
of absence from tho board of regents.
Professor Phillips has been in con
ference with Commissioner Valentino
and Assistant Commissioner Abbott
for several days, and is expected to
arrive in Lincoln some tlmo today.
Tho news that Professor Phillips has
decided to -accept comes somqwbat as
a surpriso to tho university, as it'was
understood that ho would decide noth- '
ing definitely until ho returned 'to Lin
coln. Loss to Unlverajty.
Tho loss of Professor Philllna will
mean a great deal to tho department
of forestryj of which h has charge.
The dopartmont was scarcely on its
feot when Professor Phillips took
charge of it In 1907. Slnco that tlmo
ho has built up a department which
has few superjrs in tho country.
Tho poaltioa" offered Professor Phil
lips is ono- carrying with it a salary
of $2,500 a year. Tho training which
Professor Phillips has had makes him
tho man to fill tho posjtlon in the In
dian Borvlco for which he is required.
Professor Phillips Is a graduate of tho
Michigan Stato Collogo of Agriculture"
and afterward took ainastor's degree
at Ann Arbor. His work in the service
VriH0betthe direction 'and care o'f., hep
forest lands on,-the reservation. v ,
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