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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1910)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
IN "THE FIRST NIGHT."
v Prices $00 to 50c.
Tucs., WcjJ., and Mat., March 1-2.
and Their Baby
ijj) Campus jk-W-
Tho regents of tho Univoralty of
Minnesota, aro planning to 'establish' a
school of forestry. '
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'At a recent pnrty at Christian Col
logo ovo'r one hundred girls nppoarod
"ratloss" and clad in gingham aprSns.
We arc up-to-date In Baked tiooda
and Candles. We also are noted for
putting up Sandwiches, Ice Cream
and Punch for Parties. Call up Bell
456, or Auto 22 H,
1307 O STREET
$& . . .
I1 SELECT PITTS' SELECT I
DANCING SCHOOL I
BEGINNERS CLASS I
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
-FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladle Free Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
fc THE PRINTERS
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Lfc Printing'. 24
jLxrro2819 317 South 12th H.
faysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street,
Dr. G. K. Comlrn yesterday ad
dressed .tho Y. M C. A. nt Beatrice.
Thorriburg'sr Orchestra. Auto5877.
Grnco Hphnan, Alpha Ghl Omega, Is
111 at her homo in Tobias.
'Chapin Bros,, florjsts. 127 ..So. 13th.
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Hazel Ikoninn or St. Louis,
Mo., has. registered In the school of
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.! 120
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Prof. C. E. Porsinger gave a Bterc
optlcon lecture nt Collego View Tues
day evening. His subject was
"Washington and His -Tlmes.1'
Try "a lunch at tho Y.. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Delta Tau Delta fraternity has re-.
cently pledged C. M- Oomorvllle, Mc-
Cook; W. M. Somervfllo, McCook, and
II. M. Templeton, Ames, Iowa.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum. Auto -1708.
Sophomores Do you want to earn'
your collego expenses for your Junior
year? Call 3:30 to G p. m., H. L.
Brockway, 229 No. 11th St. Room 5.
E. S. Brown, chief of the pure seed
bureau of tho department of agricul
ture, is at tho university looking for
men. It is expected that he will take
Bovcral students from the senior class.
Most young lawyors spend moro
tlmo practicing oconomy than law.
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Tho Aero Club-of-Golumbla-has-ls-sued
a challengo to an aviation meet,
toj bo held soon.
A Michigan professor says that tho
oast Is 'thirty-six yoars behind tho wost
in collego oratory.
Wollesloy Collego students havo or
dored 1,000 shirt waists to assist tho
striking girls nt Now York.
A students' un!6n has boon organ
ized at Ohio Wcsloyan for tllo bendfjt
of non-fraternity men.
Columbia University loads tho Am
erican colleges In attendance, the to
tal registration being 0,132.
Wllllnms' bnsoball Bchodulo Includes
sixteen games, eight bolng played at
homo. Their oponing gnmo is with
Princeton on April 20.
.Minnesota has a novol plan to train
its trade men In accustoming tfeett
selves to an audlonco, having th'om
perform during tho dances.
Northwestern has an Intor-fratornlty
basketball league. At oach gamo
played the contesting fraternities also
run a relay race.
TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES
- ww -am sQLD HUNTED
Ronfc Applies on Purchase Prico. Flvo Days Froo trial boforo you
pay. Two years guarntoo whon you purchaso, Easy Tonns. Got
our lint. Auto. 2080; Boll 1200.
B. F. SWANSON CO., Inc. 143 So 13th St.
- All Btudcnts at the Univoralty of
Utah who fall to affiliate with ono of
tho four classes, aro governed by
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14thand O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes rented with stand $3
par Month. Bargains in
LIioiIr Typewriter Exchange
Anto 1155.. BoU 1181. 122 No. Hth
1325 O Street
Three New Shapes in
Collars this week.
Everything -in Hats. and Shirts
UNIVERSITY JEWELED OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 SHEET, YELLOW FRONT,
Yeur fatrtMgc Sallf Itc4
IS SO POPULAR
Wftmalcefa specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets, Jcea
and punok for Frat &f Sorori
ty yarttM.W.hipping Cream
always on hand. Ball 205.
AutiilBl. 1818 N 8 1.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119
So. 12th street.
Eye strain. It's, dangerous. Seo
Howe, Oi)ticIan,..31iLNo. 12th. .
Four men wanted for summer work.
money for right men. It. L. Gllmoro,
"Windsor hotel. S4-5t
Tho members of tho senior play cast
are requested to meet In U10G nt 11:30
Thursday mprning. Tho copies of tho
play aro now on sale at Miller &
Palno's at 75 cents oach.
PAUL YATES, Chairman. 2t.
A charter for a chapter of Bota
Slgifta micron has boon granted to'
twenty-five girls at Christian College!
Bota Sigma -Omicron la a national
'Bororlty, having twelve active' chap
ters and six alumni chapters.
Glee Club. v
Everybody out today!" Music hall,
Temple, immediately a.ftor convoca
tion. It Is highly important that oVory
ono interested in. tho club, should at
tend this meeting, for Important quob'
tlons will bo discussed. Tho basis for
future worlc, finance, membership, will
all bo brought up. Wo havo a proposi
tion to submit which Is endorsed by
tho chanc61Ior, that, moans much tor
tho good of. tho club.nnd ovory man
should hear it". Wo mean business.
Tho Y. W. O. A, are laying? enthusi
astic plans for . the wouftorn student
conferencoi of Young Women's Chris
tian Associations, which will uo held
near tho end of June at Cascade) Colo.
TIiIh conference, will offer beside tho
many other advantages, the unsur
passed scenery of the most beautiful
part of scenic Colorado, and opportuni
ties for many side excursions to places
of unusual Interest. If you are consid
ering a place to spend a portion of
your Summer Vacation, talk with tlo
conference committee. The Nebraska
association Is desiring to' send as
'many defegates n possiblo ' ' ' ,
Six seniors- and nine juniors at tho
University of Wisconsin havo just
been elected to compose tho first stu
dent court to try their follow sludonts
chargeuY-wlth-vIolatlon of- university
All members oc tno sopnomoro class
at tho University ,qf Washington who
did not take part in tho underclass
strap three weeks ago aro to ' bo.
duckod in tho lako by tho members
of tholr own class.
At tho University of Minnesota
there Is a movement on foot to or
ganize a university commercial "club.
All tipper classmon who Intend to en
ter business nftpr leaving tho univer
sity aro to bo charter members, '
DELINQUENCY BOARD FINI8HE8
Nearly Every 8tudent Up Retained. qn
The delinquency board held a meot
Ing at ilvo o'clock to finish Jho busi
ness loft from the mooting of tho day
bofore. Nearly all of tho business on
hand was completed, only a fow"cases
repinlnlng for consideration.
All of tho delinquent students whoso
cases camo before tno board for con
sideration last night wero rotaincd In
the university on probation. That
means that these men will bo allowed
to continue their work wlthotit any
chango Whatever Bavo that, they will
bo compelled to raako up tho work and
show marked Imprqvemont in their
One of tho cases which camo boforo
the board "was not decided upon last
night owing, to tho lack of investiga
tion in his case. Tho decision was
allowed to rest until further investiga
tion "had neon made. Two Btudonts
did not appear before the board last
evening.. Th'oso students will bo con
sidered suspended until they explain
their absenco when -their cases will
come. up for consideration. Ono young
lady also failed to appear, but on in
vestigation the board- found that she
had withdrawn from tho unlyorslty
some time ago.
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