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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Joseph MoleeivLaw '08, visitor tho
law department yostorday.
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 5877.
Tho Y. M. C. A. will give a "stag" in
Memorial hall tomorrow evening.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafo, 11R-119
So. 12th street
Tho freBhman law class will havo its
picture taken this morning at 11:40.
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Tho Students' Liberal Religious
League will meet Sunday afternoon in
the music room of tho Temple.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
B. M. Burnett Phi Kappa Psl, of
Omaha, was on tho campus yesterday
greeting old friends.
Junior football team will meet at
Townsend's Monday at 12 o'clock for
their Cornhusker picture.
Try a luncn at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Sidney Frum, ono of tho really
famous varsity football men, was oper
ated on for appendicitis yesterday at
the Sunlight Sanitarium.
Dr. E. M. Cramb, Osteopathic Phy
sician, U. of N. '99 Burlington block.
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorium. Auto 1708.
A mooting of tho non-com hop corn
committee was hold yesterday morn
lrig lh tho adjutant's ofllco to make ar
rangements for tho coming dance of
tho non-commissioned ofllcors of tho
Tho Tognor Club will meet Satur
day ovoning, March 5, in music hall,
Temple. Folk songs and games will
bo the feature of tho mooting. Mom
bors aro requested to como promptly
at ,8 o'clock. .
Tho Palladlan Literary Socloty will
glvo a literary program in their hall
this ovoning. Besides tho musical
numbors and readings, tho program
will be varied by "A Study of My Trip
to Europe," to bo given by Miss Funko.
A business meeting will bo hold after
tho program. Visitors aro always wel
come to theso programs.
Ono hundred and forty-soven oars
men answered tho call for rowing can
didates, at Penn. Slxty-flvo men aro
trying for tho varsity crow and eighty
two aro freshman aspirants.
The Kansas University basketball
team played eighteen games during
tho season juBt closed and won all
but ono of this number. This Is a rec
ord that has never been equaled by a
Missouri Valloy conference quintet
"Sweets rnaUo good muscles and
god men," says Coach Grant of tho
Univorsity of Minnesota track team,
"and should flguro In tho menu bf
men in athletic training. They must
bo puro Bweots, however, and if thoir
purity is assured athletes may eat all
tho confectionery they desire."
Prince Usman Abdul Rnzek, third
son of tho khedivq of Egypt, hat re
cently entered the "University of
Michigan as a students of agriculture.
11 makes ronted with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
LInotIn Typswrltir Exohanga
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 123 No. 11th
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Field Geology 21.
Glass will meet next Saturday,
March. 5, at 8:30 a. m., in U7 . A short
excursion will bo made to Btudy fea
tures of geologic interest about tho
campus and in tho museum. 2t
Tho mathematical seminar will
meet Friday, March 4, at 4:30 p. m. in
M302. Program: "A Process of Corre
lation for Special Cases," Prof. Eng
borg; "Integral Equations," Prof.
Brenko. H. T. Johnson, socrotary.
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho clasB
basketball managers at 2 o'clock to
day at Dr. Clapp's ofllco to arrange
the schedule for class basketball
The student volunteer band has had
its picture taken for tho Cornhusker.
This is tho first yoar in its history
that it has had a photo for tho annual.
Geo. S, Hoffolbowor, senior, has
gono to his home near Red Cloud. Ho
will take caro of his father's farm un
til the latter recovers his health.
Hoffelbower expects to return to
school next fall.
W. M. Johnston, 94, of Billings,
Montana, is visiting with fraternity
brothers at the Delta Tau Delta house
this week. Tho fraternity will give a
dinner in his honor at tho Lincoln this
, Tho student volunteer hands of Wes
loyan, Cotnor, Union College and Ne
braska will hold a joint supper in the
Templo banquet Hall Saturday at six
o'clock. The supper will be followed
by a union meeting of the four mis
sion bands. ' .
The Latin Club will meet Tuesday
evening, March 8th with 'Prof, and
Mrs. Barber. 620 South Tenth street.
InBtead 6f the usual program, the
members will present a comedy fey
PlautUB, entitled "Trlnummus."
Tho co-edB at tho University of Chi
cago havo banded together nnd re
fused to attend any classes -where
tho Instructor has a beard or moustache.
As a result of tho Investigation by
"tho regents af Kansas University it
was found that members of four fra
ternities were still wearing the T. N.
E. pins. The fraternities aro Phi
Gamma Delta, Sigma Nu, Sigma Chi,
and Alpha Tau Omega.
MRS. HELM8 8ANQ.
Shakespearean Program at Convoca
Mrs. Lillian Helms, soprano soloist
of tho university conservatory, gave a
recital at regular convocation today.
Mrs. Helms' romarkablo ability to
sing high notes so clearly distin
guished her as a soloist, and all who
today heard her render Shakespearian
songs of that old type 'were greatly
pleased with tho program.
Previous to- each selection Mrs.
Helms gave a brief history of the
song, the composer, the play in which
it was sung, and tho circumstances
under which it was then sung.
The program as given this morning
1. When 'Icicles Hang on the
Wall." Thomas Ame, i7? 0-1778.
Love's Labor Lost, Act V, Scene 2.
2. "She Nexor Told Her Love."
Franz JoseptfHaydn, 1732-1809. The
Twelfth Nigut, Act II, Scene 4.
3. "Helgh-ho for a husband." About
.1657, mentioned In Much Ado About
Nothing Act II? Scene 1; Act III,
4. "Take, O Take Those. Lips
Away." John Wilson, 1594. Sung in
Measure for Meas'ure, Act fV, Scene 1,
under Shakespeare's direction.
5. "When in Disgrace." Sir Arthur
McKenzie, Sonnet No. XXIX.
6. "Ave Maria." ' Verdi, 1813-1901,
Sunr in Act IV 6f opera "Othello."
7. Walt Song, "Song, Jest, Per
fume -and Dances." By Gounod, 1818
1893. Act II, opera of "Romeo and
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