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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 21J
Polly of the Circus
Prices $1.50 to-50c
WED. MAT. AND NIGHT, MARCH 23
Thurs. and Frl., Mar. 24-25
"8ERVANT IN THE HOUSE"
kooporn and yoa
who Buffer with
mrcnV nvna. rjrftnulatod Lldfl. IniUmod. Film.
Btyos and Watery Kyea, find Hygol Kye
Crcnm acta llko a charm in restoring thorn
to a hoalthy condition. Porfoctly harmless,
and Is guaranteed to produce satisfactory ro--Bultn
-or -raonoy refnndedr -At druggUtfl or
mailed on receipt of price-. 60c.
II. Wi IIU TON, Goalien, Indian.
BoysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230,0 St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All mnkes rented with stand $3
par Month. Bargains in
Lincoln Typewriter Exchangi
Auto-nOSrBelTllBl. 123 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 I STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Ytur FatroBgc Solicited
TH ATS WHY
IS SO f OPULAR
Wt makt a ipeclaltr f an-
wf creams, ihorbtta. Ices
mi yam fr 7r4 S$ Soml
fry yulM.irkiff ping Creant
always a haad. Boll Ml.
AuUllll. HUM St.
aM aw la atasoa; D fit tcaaw
aay place where you eta ptM
ai yatf a t ournew store No
aeei ef being crowded.
Kitchen s. w. c.
j Gleanings M
C. H. Froy, florlBt, 1133 O street
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 6877.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafo, 11R419
Bo. 12th street
Try a lunch at the T. M. C. A, Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Save your pennies and go to the
Chicago Glee Club Saturday night.
Delta Delta Delta will glvo its for
mal party on April 2.
Harvey E. Voscy, '12, was operated on
Tuesday for appendlcltlc and 1b at
prosont In a critical condition.
Field Geology 22.
ClasB will meet next Saturday, March
19, at 9 a. m., In U7. Field trlpB to bo
made during vacation will bo planned.
It 'is essential that every member bo
Tho sophomore rally which was to
havo been held in Memorial hall last
ovonlng to arouse enthusiasm for the
coming Olympic meet with the fresh
men was postponed and will bq held
noxt Tuesday evening at 7:30 in 'Me
Mrs. John Sherwood Eddy, who is
hero with Mr. Eddy in tho Interests of
the laymen's missionayr convention,
will speak at tho Y. W. C. A. Thursday
noon meeting. She has spent thirteon
years In India and is reported to be an
exceedingly interesting speaker.
1325 O Street New Caps this week.
Tho members of tho Christian En
deavor Society of tho First Congrega-
ilonaLcMrjch will, eulej:iaJn,jitJi-SjL
Patrick's day party, Friday ovenlngut
8 o'clock, in tho church parlors at
Thirteenth and L streets. All univer
sity students aro cordially invited.
Try-outs for Relays.
All candidates who wish to try out
for the various .class relay teamB,
which will compoto Friday ovoning
for the university championship, may
do ho nt tho gymnasium today at 4
At tho last meeting of tho Lincoln
Lecture Club, Professor Fosslor dellv
ortd. his seventh lecture on 'Ger
many." Thiscomplotes his course on
that subject. Others giving lectures
'on tho samo subject boforo CHe soci
ety, aro Professor Dean and MIbb
Eamcs. Professor Stevenson will give
two lectures on modorn Gorman liter
ature. '. . '
Tho "caBt of tho German play is
busily at work again, re-loamlng their
parts and having reheafsals about
once a week. Tho rehearsals havo
been excellent, and it is assure'd that
the production of tho play In Omaha
will surpass in excellence its produc
tion at- the university. There is no
reason to fenr that Omaha will bo
disappointed, is reported by those who
have charge of the enterprise.
In Cornell there aro enough men
trying out for positions on the baseball
.squac to eliminate from ten to fifteen
candidates every week, until the prac
tice games Btart In April. Coach Cors
gan recently asked that an assistant
coach be procured, who might aid him
in handling tho indoor work, which
lasts ten hours a day. Strong batteries
are appearing from tho lower classmen
thig year,. ,. u-vc, .-, ". v
Continued from Page 1
LAW STUDENTS WILL
GO TO CRETE TODAY
would be oh hnnd this morning .and
ready- to go to Crete.
Plans for Day.
Tho plans for tho day's entertain
ment are as follows: Tho law students
wilt meet at the Burlington station
this morning nmTtnko the 10:20 train
for Crete. On arriving in ('rote they
will prado from tho station to the busi
ness section and then they will eat'
dinner in sorno restaurant. Toasts
will bo given and n general good time
In the afternoon Donne College will
bo visited and 'a game of bosoball will
bo played with the Donne team. After
tho KdiFgnmo various-sports" will bo
indulged In. Games will be played and
vnrious kinds of races nro to be pulled
In some way or other Dean Hastings
became, acquainted with tho plans of
tho law students and immediately took
stops to frustrate thorn,. Ho talked- to
all tho classes on the subject yester
day morning and expressed a hope.
that .tho plans for n sneak day would
bo discarded; -Tho-dean-said ho fa
vored tho plan of a compact organiza
tion among tho law students, but ho
believed that there werq hotter wnys
of effecting it than by violating tho
rules of tho university by holding a
Dean Hastings said that tho law
students wcro in tho law college for
tho purpose of studying tho Inws and
that they should learn to rospect them
nnd their enforcement. Ho expressed
tho opinion that thoy should bo the
leaders in this respect in tho univer
sity and even if thoy did havo poorer
quarters than any other college, and
though they paid more money toward
tho support Of their department than
tho students of any other college in
tho university, yet this constituted no
reason why they should show any dlH-regard--for
tho ' rules o fthls Institu
Stetson and- Tween Hats, Seven
teen new shapes in Stetsons and
about twenty in other makes at
$2.50 to $3.00. Just in.
Indoor baseball for women 'lffrV'
been started at the University of Mln-
Students at Syracuse will provide
8,000 chrysanthemums and 3,000
rouses for decorations at their senior
A silver cup has been offered at
L-Brown to tho student who shows
greatest improvement in gymnasium
work during the year.
To accustom tho Minnesota ath
letes "to appearing in public thoy will
havo competition in the course of tho
dances in the. university gymnasium,
A change made at Ponn Stat will bo
tho. establishment of a four years'
courso in Greek, enabling freshmdn to
begin tho study in their first-year.
Yalo has twelve' graduates- in tho
present session of congross;' eight in
iho housojat, representatives and? four
in the senate.
At the University of Miclhgan each
freshman girl and" each sophomore
girl tyIH bo under tho care of a Junior
and senior "co-ed," respectively.
At tho Unlvorslly pf Pennsylvania
tho senior class is heavily in debt.
Efforts are being made to obtain the
class dues, but it Is found to be a
Indiana graduates now fill the
prosldonrs"cbalr, In seven colleges.
Threo sons of one Bloomington man
aro professors and ono is a college
If a student at Dartmouth carries
more than fifteen hours "work he wjn
redelve credit for only ' thoso fifteen
hours In which ho has tho, highest
RELAY TEAM PICKED AC
Four Men to Run Race at Kansas City
Yesterday tho try-outs wcro hold for
tho relay team which will ropresent
tho university at tho Indoor meet at
Kansas City Saturday. A number of
men tried out for plnccs on tho relay
team, but four mon wero selected,
Those wero Burke, Ilccd, Powors and
McQownn. Tho team will in all prob
ability havo ono or two mora men
added to this list and tboy will pur
tlcjpato in other events besides the
Tho squad which will represent the
university at tho Kansas City meet Is
about as small as tho ono sent to
"Sioux TJIly last wdek". Air offorts nro
bolng centered on the development of
a strong squad to represent tho Corn
husV rs at Omaha April 1st.
MANY TRUANT SCREENS.
Missed so Many That They Were All
A number of screens havo bcon
missed recently from tho art hall on
tho seoond lioor of tho library build
ing. Thoso screons had boon borrowo
from timo to tlmo for various purposed
and it seems had not been returned.
Yesterday a call was issued to the
various janitors about tho campus
and a collection was made, Truant
AcreenB wore unearthed at overy cor
ner of "tho campus. In fact, it kept a
numbor of mon biiBy cnrrylng screens
yqstordny afternoon, nnd Art Hall was
nearly swamped with screens. Theso
screens are used In tho work of the
department as backgrounds for casts
nnd other model work.
Advertisements for this column
should be left nt the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 11 a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. n1. and 5 p. m. '
Want ads will positively not be In
serted" unTes's paTd Tn advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inner
tlono 25 cents; five insertions 40 cento.
Found Snlz fountain pen, which
can be obtained by 'Identifying same
and paying for this ad., 98-Dt
Found On cumpus heavy brass
Yalo lock. Owner 'call at tho Nobrus
knn oflce. ' 100-3t
Eound In gym locker room, gold
dog's head Btickpln. Owner call at
Nebraskan ofllco. 100-3t
Found Waterman's Ideal fountain
pen. Owner may havo same by pay
ing for this ad. 99-3t
Por Sale A now hlghgrado bicycle,
at 25 per ccpt discount,' Inquire at
w anted' A studont, to work fbr
board. For Information call G450.
: , 1 ,
Lost- General noto book, with gray
coyer, on last Friday. Fjndor please
return to Itng ofllco. '. . 9D-3t
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. LILLIAN SNOW, 1339 O; hours,
9 a. m. to 9 p; m. Diseases of women.
DR. C. H. RUSH,
Richards Block. Both Phones.'
DR. J. R. HAGG.ARD, 221 Burr Ilk.
UNION CENTRAL LIFE, 8, B.Coon,
agt., 216 Richards block.
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