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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1910)
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(Wednesday, March 9)
The Greatest Musical Event of
Graca Van Studdifbrd
In the 8mlth & De Koven Comic Opera
"The Golden Butterfly"
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The 'Owl Pharmacy
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Hot and Cold Drinks at
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All makes rontod with stand $3
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Lincoln Typiwrltar Exchange
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
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C. II. Froy, florist, 1133 O street
Hogcnt Hallor of Omaha returned
Thursday from a trip to Mexico.
Thornburg's Orchostra. Auto-5877.
Freshman clnBs meeting at 11:30 in
Memorial hall, Thursday.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, llr-119
So. 12th street.
Delta Delta Delta gave a house party
Chnpln Bros., floriBts. 127 So. 13th.
Alpha Omlcron Pi gave a house
party Friday evening.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
A. A. Nlolson, ox-1908, is now em
ployed by the Union Pacific at Omaha.
"Tho Vicl" stylish eye glaBB mount
ings. "Perltoiic lenses," shaped to the
eye. See Howe, Optician, 319 No.
U J. Knoll, 10. Acacia, spent Sun
day In Crete,
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
All those interested In fencing are
requested to meet In Dr. Clapp'e of
fice today at 11 o'clock to reorganize
the association and prepare for defi
nite work. L. E. Morgan, president.
1325 O Street
Miss Norma Stanford of Nebraska
City is visiting at the Delta Delta
Olair Duval, ex-1010, now at the UnU
verslty of Illinois,, visited friends in
Frederick Crites. '09, spent Satur
day and Sundny In Lincoln. visiting the
Sigma Nu house.
W. A. Robertson, Law 1909, was vis
iting in Lincoln yesterday. He is an
James E. Bednnr visited the Komen
sky club in South Omaha last week
and gave a brief address before that
C. M. Penny, formerly superinten
dent of Oakland schools, but who Is
now 'in tho university, spent Sunday jn
A case of accidental or wilful neg
lect was dlspoHod of by the delinquent
committee yesterday by permanently
miBponding n student. Tho student
had persistently cut classes and had
ignorod notices to appear before Pro
Tho Nebraska budders will meet In
Horticultural hall at 8 o'clock. Pro
fessorIbward will spenk. Business
All candidates for tho senior class
basketball team meet for practico at
tho gymon Tuesday and Thursday at
4 o'clock sharp! D. C. Mitchell, man
Latin Club Meets Tonight
Tho Latin Club Will meet at the
homo of Professor Barber tonight.
Tho program will conslBtof a com
edy, "Trlnlmlus," by Plautus. Tho
members taking, part are Andersen,
Dufur. Outhouse, Wheeler, Weaver,
Miller, Dton and Peralnger.
SUDDEN DEATH OF
BLEN OLIN HAMMOND
PROMINENT QYMNA8T AND POLE
VAULTER DIE8 OF PARAL.Y8I8.
A MEMBER OF THE SENIOR (LASS
Body Taken to Pawnee City This
Morning, Where Services Will
Be Held This Af
ternoon. Yesterday unlvorslty students wore
shocked to learn of tho death of O. O.
Hammond, a senior in the university.
Mondny morning at 12:30 ho passed
away at his room, 522 North Four
Glen Olin Hammond was a son of
M. B. tlammond of Pawnee City, Nob.
He entered school last year, and ox
pectcd to complete Ills university
course in Juno of this year. Tho causo
of his death was duo to paralysis.
Sinco ontorlng tho unlvorslty Mr.
Hammond had taken much Interest lu
athletics. Ho was a mombor of tho
university gymnastic tcamjast year,
but ns this was his first year In school
,ho was not allowed to participate in
Inter-colleglate meets. Ho was a polo
vaultcr of considerable ability and
won first in the rope climb at tho barb
moot this year and second in this
event Chnrtor Day last month.
While in school he did considerable
outside work, and during last summer
and last semester ho was employed as'
an assistant engtneor in tho construc
tion of tho new Mechanical Engineer
Death came unexpected to Mr. Ham
mond. Ho had been doing dally prac
tice with the unlvorslty gymnastic
OUR NEW SPRING HATS AND
FURNISHINGS ARE READY
NOW AND ARE COPRECT IN
EVERY DETAIL FOR COLLEGE
team for the past month. Friday after
practicing he complained of not fool
ing well nnd shortly boforo his death
was stricken with paralysis which re
sulted in his death.
Last evonlng short services were
tho United Presbyterian church. This
morning tho remains will be taken to
Pawnee City, where Interment will be
hold in tho Pawnee City cemetery this
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho services
will be held at tho Second Presbyte
rlnn church In that city.
KOMENSKY CLUB MET 8ATURDAY
English Entertainment Is to Be Given
Tho Komo.naky plub held its fort
nightly meeting last Saturday and
enjoyed nn-intcrestlng program. The
fruitful results of the movement to In
terest follow townsmen in tho club
wero evidenced by tha presence of ten
visitors. Tho English entertainment
planned for March T9 was postponed
to Saturday, April 2, when the general
public will have an opportunity to be
come acquainted with tho naturo of
tho club work.
Bound volumes of th,o Komensky
magazine wero donated by tho club to
tho State Historical Association, tho
stato library commission and to 'tho
.university library. Tho Komensky is
tho official organ of tho United Komen
sky cluba .which are now represented
n tho unlverslCB o'x Iowa, Illinois,
Minnesota, Texas and Nebraska. Un
der tho guidance of Prof. Sarka Hrbolc
tho magazine has been growing rap
idly since Its first Ibbuo In January,
1909, and it promises' to become a
pptent factor Jn tho oncouragement of
education and culture among Jtho Bo
hemians of America.
PIERCE WINS. DEBATE.
Defeats Crelghton by Unanimous De-
"The Pierce high school defeated tho
Crelghton high school in a debate at
Crelghton Frfday night. It wns ono
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Arrow CollarsThe 'Celmont & Chester, the collar with the
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Demonstrated all day Tuesday in our "O" street window.. r
feidge &G&enzel G),
of tho first debates of tho north cen
tral district of tho league.
Plorco won tho dobate by a unani
mous verdict. Tho judges wero Prof.
M. M. Fogg of tho university, Super
intendent R. S. VvThitloy of Sioux City,
and Rov. Edmund Booth of Norfolk.
Pierce .won tho championship of tho
district last year and waB represented
In tho state contest by Alien Bcchter,
who Is now attending the university.
Plorco will next debnto the winners of
tho Randolph-Wayne or tho Albipn-St.
8. T. FRUM CRITICAL ,
Prominent Football Player Danger
Sidney T. Fruni, 1909, is seriously
ill at tho Sunlight Sanitarium. Last
Wednesday hQ submitted to an opera
tion for appendicitis, and sinco then
his condition has been critical. Latest
reports aro to tho effect that his con
dition is slightly Improved.
Mr, Frum graduated last year. While
in school ho -was a member of tho var
sity football team for two years, win
ning his letter in 1907 and 1908. Ho
is a member of the Acacia fraternity.
GIVE PATRIOTIC PROGRAM.
Union Literary 8ociety Elects Their
Tho Union Literary Society held
their regular meeting last Friday evon
lng, When a patriotic, program was,
rendered, Officers wore elected for
the next term at the business meet
ing. -They aro as follows: President,
R. E. Waldo; vlc-pf esldontj Ethof
Chambers; secretary, Ina Hendricks;
treasurer, A. M. Haro; crlUc, Mark.
Dobson; historian, Dora Kldd; senator,
S. V, Shonka; editor, W, T. Vivian;
Borgoant-at-armB, Stella Hardy.
Paul Good of Wahoo, who won sec
ond placo in the stato championship
debate last year, recently made the
freshman "debating, team at Amherst
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