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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TODAY 2J30 TONIGHT 8:J5
Mat., 76c to 25c Night, $1.00 to 25c
Thur. and Fri., March 2425
THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE
Prlcca $1.50 to 50c.
8aturday, "THE GREAT DIVIDE'
Hair Dressing, Shampoos, Rib
bon Ornaments for Evening
Functions. Manicuring for
118 SO. 12TK STREET. AUTO PHONE 7294
Boys My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Does Away With Reflection
SHAPED TO THE EYE
319 No. 12th
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SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
THAT'S WHY -
, ICE CREAM
' IS SO POPULAR -
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and punch for Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
always on hand. Bell 205. 1
Auto 8181. 1818 NSt
M now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get aa
aa yau can at ournew store?' No
aecd of being crowded
x$H Gleanings W
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O street,
Max Jamison of Morso Bluff, Neb.,
lms pledged Kappa Sigma.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Miss Lucllo Dell. PI Phlv lefJLJieai.
torday for Denison.
Thornburg's Orchestra, Auto 5877.
Miss Helen Vincent will spend the
Easter vacation in Des Moines.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
F. P. JesBiip of Minatare ban been
compelled to drop out of school be
cause of ill health.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11R-119
So. 12th street.
Miss Helen Stelnor, Alpha Omlcroii
PI, is out of school because of hIcv-
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Twenty out of the thirty-one Phi
Beta Kappas at Nebraska were from
the teacbors college.
Hazel brown oxfords with two-Inch
heels also shown at Men's Bootery,
144 No. 12th street, v ion
Miss Nlta Hnzelwood went to York
last night to act as jiftlge in a de
clamatory contest held there. Pro
fessor Turner of Wesleyan and State
Superintendent Bishop were the other
YOU CAN CLEARLY SEE
The true valuo of oyo glasses wo mako for you becuuso
thoy will bo first quality, fine looking apd fitting, and
bo a comfort to wour as woll, roliovo you of all your oyo
troubles and drivo away thoso splitting hooduches.
HALLETT, Registered Optometrist
ESTABLISHED 1871 1143 O STREET
Buy "Vlcl" eye glass mountings. On
and off with one hand. Howe, Opti
cian, 319 No. 12th.
Kappa Sigma gave a dancing party
at .the St. George "studio Saturday
An ICastor program will be given by
tho department of elocution tomorrow
Dale McDonald, '10, spent Sunday
with tho Knnsas chapter of Phi
Alpha Chi Omega gave a dancing
party for Alpha Tnu Omega Saturday
Tho members of Delta Gamma en
tertained their friends nt'the chapter
house Friday evening.
. Miss Huyden of tho art department
will Bpend Sunday in Kansas City vis
iting at tho homo of MIbs Marian
After the concert Saturday evening
tho members of the Chicago Glee
Club serenaded tho different sorority
Carl Modesetto Just left for Sidney,
Neb. He will spend two weeks In the
western part of the state doing qpeclnl
work for the geology department.
H. F. Wunder, '10,'nnd William Rail
dall, '13,. have returned from Denver,
where thoy attended a banquet given
by the Sigma Nub of Colorado.
Director J. L. McBrien left today
for Bridgeport, where he will lecture
under the auspices of the high school.
H. H. HarriBon has been compelled
to permanently discontinue his work
in tho university because of weak
The members of Alpha Chi Omega
entertained3the alumni members !Fri-
day evening. They also gavo an af
tornoon party in honor of (heir moth
ers and patronesses Saturdoy.
The grey oxfords and ties nro tho
newest nobby footwear to be seen at
tho Men's Bootery at 144 No. 12th
Miss Esther Bailey, '10, left yester
day for McCook, whore she will have
charge of the physlcB and mathemat
ics In tho high school.
Miss Laura Swan of Auburn was
called home yesterday because of the
illness of her mother. She will . not
bo ablo to return to school this year.
After the junlor-freshmun debate
yesterday morning- the team repaired
to the Lincoln hotel and had an in
formal feed In honor of their coach,
G. N. FoBter. ,
Miss Howell of tho rhetoric depart
ment wefit to Omaha today, where
Bhe will give a reading in tho Y. M. (
A. of the Omaha high school tonight.
Mr. Frank A. Harrison has Just re
turned from Springfield, where lie de
livered his lecture on "Nicaragua,''
given under the direction of the uni
versity cxtonslon department.
Dean Davin will during vacation at
tend the meeting of college deuiiH belt!
at Urbana, 111., and afterward attend
the north "central association of touch
ers In colleges and secondary Hchooh.
held at Chicago.
Dr. G. N. Anderson of the Swedish
department will lecture under tho di
rection of the university extension de
partment tit Crounse April 23, at Hay
mond April 24 nnd at Valley April 2fi.
His subject will be ''Norway and Swe
den," and the lecture will be Illus
trated by slides.
J. L. Watson of the Kansas Uni
versity attended the Sigma Alplia
Epsllon party Friday night. ChurleB
Stewart of the faculty. at Iowa Uni
versity and a former Nebraska man,
nnd Charles Nelson of Aines, la., also
attended tho party and banquet.
The German play which wus t't
havo been given In Omaha on tho 1st
of April has been postponed on ac
count of the indoor nthletlc meet t
bo given on that night. It is now
billed for the next night, April 2. Re
hearsing is going steadily on, und all
tho members of tho cust are enthua
nstlc about their Omaha performance.
Announcement has been received at
tho university that G. Leonard Prltch
ford, a former Nebraska student, bus
been elected to tho Sigma XI honorary
fraternity. Mr. Prltchford Is at the
University of Minnesota and is doing
work in tho department of chemistry.
He is to take his degree as Master
of Science this spring at that univer
sity. MORE TROUBLE FOR LAWS.
Commotion Among Freshman Class
As tho freshman law cluss was
peacefully dozing through one of ite
classes yesterday morning It was
rudely awakened by un unforeseen ac
A largo part of. the plaster on tho
celling fell without warning und
caused great consternation. Some,
awakened suddenly, Imagined that a
terrible earthquake had occurred, and
they started on tho run for tho door
and windows. ,'
Those who sat directly mhler the
falling plaster were tlie first to learn
tho real trouble. As the plaster fell
upon their heads and sifted down their
necks, they hurriedly .changed their
seats, .holding their heads and digging
the plaster from, their ears.
. It wns some time before the class
quieted down again nnd tho professor
was enabled to continuo his lecture
PHI KAPPA P8I WIN8.
Dofeats Delta Yau Delta In Champion
Last night In ho armory Dolta Tau
Delta and Phi Kappa Pel sottlod Clio
championship of tho lntorfratornlty
basketball league Phi Kappa PsI
como off victorious by a scoro of 3G
to 10. Tho first half was fast and
cloinr;uluT ended wTtirtlfcHBcoro 10 to
12 for tho Phi Psls. A medium Blzod
crowd witnessed . tho gnme.
A first placo pennant will bo award
ed to Phi Kappa PbI, whllo Dolta Tau
Dolta will bo given n socond placo
Tho ilne-up was as follows:
Phi Kappa Psl. Dolta Tau Delta.
Carrier 1. f Hunt
Schwnko r. f Whitcomb
Kllllan c Alton
Klddoo r. g Heggolund
Stelnhart 1. g Brooso
Tho officials woro: A. C. Bohmldt,
referee; Dr. Clhpp, umpire
Y. W. C. A.
Thirty-live chairmen and sub-chairmen
mot Monday night at the city
Y. W..C. A. for tho first largo cablnot
mooting of tho year. Presldont Lucilc
Mlllor presided, nnd all chairmen re
sponded with unusually good wrltton
reports, considering tho fact that
their work had Just begun. Tho mom-,
bershlp committoo reported tho result
of tho campaign. TIiub Tar sixty now
memberB for tho month of March. Tho
llnniico committee reported $27(5 on
hand. Tho mooting wns made more
attractivo by dainty litlo !Taco cards,
suggestlvo of spring; which tho prac
tical service committoo had preparod.
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