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-THE DAILY. NEBRASKAN
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Tues., r Wed... .and Mat.. March 1-2.i t
and, Their Baby
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Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 75c to 25c.
60 Peoplo 75 Girl.
MARCH 4,5 "BEVERLY
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SELECT PITTS' SELECT J
wnnMRRnAY and SATiionAv
' ChkM Dl Am CIiiiIahI I
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladlct Free Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
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E I7V7V0 INS
317 South 12tii 5.
. BoysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Cprper 14th and O .Street;
' Hot and Gold Drinks at
ft ' Out Fountain
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makes rented with stand , $3
per Month. Bargains in '
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 11G5. Bell 1J181. 122 No. Xlth,
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S- S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yeur Patruc Solicited
ICE CREAM '
. js,so jPqPUi . -
We"1 make's specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbete. Ices
and punch for Frat '& BoMri- '
ty parties. Whipping CWeaty .
always on hand. Bell 200.
Auto 8181. 1810 N St
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Q. H. Proy, florist, 1133 O strcoL
Tho Intcr-class athletic bonrd will
meet Tuesday morning at 11:30. '
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
Kappa Kappa Gamma will give their
formal, party Saturday ovenlng.
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Chapln BroB., florists. 127 So. 13th.
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Delta Gamma will 'give a house
Green's Sanitary Barbor Shop. 120
C. M. Johnson hns pledged Sigma
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
It has been definitely sottled that
the freshman law bop will bo given
Seo Display Ad. Lincoln Dancing
Dr. Edwin Maxey will go to Alli
ance Saturday to Judge a debate bo
tween Uie high school of Alllanco and
Dr. E. , M! Cramb, Osteopathic Phy
sician, U. of N. '09 Burlington 'block.
High grado work for thrco high
grade college men through summer.
H. L. Brock way. 229 No. 14 th St.. 4 to
6p. m. today. 87
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum. Auto 1708.
Watch our windows always For Early
Showing Spring Styles in
Nea effects in stripes and figures,
in tasty colors or plain white.
Always standards of style, service
The , Spring Derby in this the
Magee & Deemer
battalion ho fainted and . fell ,faco
downward upon tho brick sidewalk.
Ho has a great brulso' on the left
cheek bone and the left sldo of his
Minor Offjccrs Chosen for This Sem
ester and Other Business
tending a class was mado to provont
hny possibility of logal difncultlos.
Theso dinicultloH might arlso through
a student, qualified to attond a .class,
being rofuscd admission by an Instruc
tor. In this caHO tho student might
suo tho university with somo chnnco
The ruling as ombodlod In tho lot
tor to tho faculty follows:
Tho frcshpion held a c'ltiHH meeting
yesterday morning at tho Tomplo at
11:30. At the beginning of the meet
ing President Coffco thanked the class
for the honor It had bOBtowcd upon
him, and promised that his adminis
tration would be conservative and Hint
he. would try to preside in a manner
to suit the clnns. A small aniount of
routine business was disposed of nnd
tho election of minor olllcors taken up.
"In ho ' far us thucxclndlng; IB atulectod-f rum tho "faculty ut tlrercoiT
A DULL HEADACHE
j naCuro Bounding1 tho alarm that something is going wrong. Fifty
per cent of hoaddchoe aro caused by rofraotivo errors, and can bo
rolioydd by glassos properly fitted. I always mako a thorough oxaiol
rfation and give honest advice as to tiro condition and caro of tho eye
HALLETT, Registered Optometrist"
ESTABLISHED J871 1143 O STREET
Meeting of inter-clasB athletic board
Tuosdny,. March 1, 1010, in U102, at
11 a. m. Important. A. T. Upson,
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafo, 11K-119
So. 12th, street
Person who took watch from first
floor of Mechanfc Arts hall will re
turn to E. S. Heath, first floor -Nebraska
hall, and recolvo reward.
Special Students' Danco, Monday,
Fob. 28. Bruco's Orchestra. Lincoln
All members of the Swedish -Club
are requested to appear at Townsend's
studio, Saturday at 1:30 p. m., to
have tho picture taken for the Corn-
Notice to Students. Special ratoj
.Learn to danco! Lincoln Dancing
Academy. ' 85-7-8
-"Four men wanted for summer work.
Excellent business proposition. Good
monoy for right men. R. ,L. Gllmoro,
Windsor hotel. 84.i5t
E. S. Brown, chief of tho pure seed
bureau of tho department of agricul
ture, is at tho university looking for
men. It Ib expected that he will take
several students from the senior class.
,' For about an hour yesterday after
noon in tho gymnasium Dr. Roller
amused almost one hundred men-, in
cluding many from outside tho univer
sity, with his skillful wrestling, .Sev
eral students tried to throw hlmt but
their efforts were of no avail. Ho'w
over, It afforded somo flnq amusement
fprvjnen- liijroBted in wrestling.
A A. HJ. DinUnjore who . received , a
hard 'fall -'at tiHo university Tuosdny
evening and bruised his face badly,
Ma1 apllj ?to bo out yesterday after
nJbn. Ho had been feeling bad all
day Tuesday. Just as he came oulfof
(thevarmory.vjBf ten dvilling,.In j,thecadet
It was discovered that thorb was
not a quorum present, but forty-tnrue
members bolngjn tlio room. Howovor
enough new arrivals came In to con
stitute A quorum 'and business pro
ceeded, file following officers wero
elected without opposition:
Socrotary, Margaret Gilbert.
Treasurer, O; H. Doyle..
Sergeant-at-armjB, A. H. Dlnsmore.
temporary maltdr for 'tho purpose of
diucipllno the right pt. tho profossorj
hns novor bd'en''quosti6ncd: Howovor
a jirofesBor has no right to oxcludu
permanently from his classes and slit-
' dent whoso record In tho registrar's
omce is sucu as to autnorizo mm to
tako the courso In question .If a stu
dent shows by his work In the class
room that he Is Insufficiently trained
to carry on '.tho work properly, or IT
his presonce In tho class is detrimen
tal to tho work of tho professor or tho
class, the matter should bo reported
at onco to the' dean for lite action. "If
It is' found necessary to exclude the
Btudont from tho clasp 'permanently as
flhoujd bo takon up by thQ donn with
tho approval of. .the chaoqpllor.'J
GLEE CLUB MEETING.
TO GIVE FAtfCE COMEDY.
Union Literary 8bclety Will Put op
Sketch Friday Night.
J'Six Kleptomaniacs'" is tho title of
a farce comedy which" will be staged
by tho Union Literary Spcioty In Their
hall in tho Templd Friday night. The
skotch will bo put on by tho girls of
the society and Is In charge of Miss
Eleanor Dobson. Tho cast of chnr
ac.Jers follpw: ,"
MrB, Reynolds . ; Mario Ca'rrlker
Inez White x ..... .'. . . .Iris Ware
Claro Reynolds .Agnes Waldo
Claudia Snell ,.... Bessie Mason
Mrs. Thaddous Lypch Vera Wind
Brldgotto de Flannlgan
. i : . Grape Richards)
Crocus Washington Jbned .......
. ............ Fay Malsbary
Madam Joliette , ...BesBip Chambers
Jennie (tho maid) inn Hendricks
Carrio .Brown .... .1 Ethel Chambon
Fancy Dancer Stella Hardy
Pianist Celee Bargvr
Manager .....' Ellen Do'bpo:.
RULING REGARDING ADMISSION.
Chancellor Send Letter to Faculty
Members to ' Prevent
Chancellor Avery In a letter sent to
tho 'members of. tho faculty yesterday
topic' up the matter of students' being
debarred' from attending classes by
the' faculty. The action was taken by
the chancellor In the form of a ruling
which was mado after the chancellor
had consulted, with Regent Allen and
Dean t' fastings. t Tlio ruling which
provides the'qualiacaiionB on which a
student may not be debarred frpm at-
Chancejlor Makes Arrangements for
Club to Be Under Supervision
' 'of 8chool of Music.
Is now 'nBBiffeu? 'ChancolIorA'vOry"haH
become Interested In tho club's- suc
cess and hns announced that ho will
push the enterprise. Tho chancellor
has madp arrangements with Willard
ivimpau.airecuir qc me scnooi or mil-
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slc.wheroby students Hiiccossful in
making good on tho club will ho given
an hour's credit per somoBtor,,
At a mooting of prospective moni
bers or tho club this morning about
twonty.-fivo . mon wora prosont. THoy
votod to accept tho proposition of the
chancollor and Mr. Kimball. Tho work
will bo under tho supervision of tho,
school of music and a director wlll.'bo
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Comploto arrangomentsfor tho work
of tho cjub havo not as yot butm c6ni
plotod, but will boafl H.oon as Chair
man Hoffman and tho commltteo meet
Mr. Kimball. It Is hoped that every
one who hnB singing ability will try
out Thoro l a good chanco for ovory
man to win a placo In tho club. It
will bo onjoyablo work nnd ll- WIN
Bhow Nobrnska spirit to mo-he" tlio club
FEAR 8EC0ND EARTHQUAKE.
Plaster Falls and Tutor Leads Leap
for Life. In Panic.
hr-Thlnklng-thnt-an earthquake-was at
hand whon a portion of tho ceiling
fell in during a lecture in law at tho
University of Missouri, tho Jnstritcto'r)
Thomas A. Street, loapod onto a radi
ator four feot high and thrust bin
fist through a window, aftqr which
ho jumped to tho ground through tho
aporturo. Later, flndfng tnat ovdry-
That Nobraskawi11 hnvo-a-glfle-olub-t-fhlng wnK-inlotr -hn -rotprinrd SnTT
apologized to the. class.
Tho eighty-fifth natlvo school in
Alaska has been established at
Tatalik on Prlnco William Sound -by
tho department of education.
Ifyotr'halrc Iot or found art
icles, rooms for renfor books to
sell, advertise in 'the Nebraskan's
t -i4- 'j
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column Otir rates are low anor
, Tre'gct results.
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