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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
JAY 2.30! TONIGHT 8:15
VERNON THE GREAT
And His Laughing Hypnotic 8how
Night 30, 20 & 10c. Mat. 25 A. 10c
WEEK OF APRIL 25
Picnic days aro hero. We make a
specialty of putting up sandwiches,
saladB, cakes aud all the dainties thai
' I ' ' j- -afH
help to make tho day enjoyable. Dal-
ryniDlo's. 13th and At. ' tf
Principal Frank Beers and a nunv
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street,
The Chi Omega sorority will havo a
house party tonight.
Chapin BroB., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Mrs. Little of Lyons Is visiting hor
daughter, Miss Katherino Little.
Thornburg's Orchestra Auto 6877.
ber of students from tho Beatrice
high school visited tho university ycB'
'Director J. L. McBrien delivered an
address at Colon last night. This wat
one of the regular numbers on the
high school locturo course.
A vacancy exists in tho principal
thlp of tho Walt Hill schools because
Boys- -My Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
Does Away With Reflection
SHAPED TO THE EYE
319 No. 12th
The First Trust 1 Sav
4 Per Cent Interest A
$1 tptns in aooount
Cmdii lOthfcO Strut
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
Cornell University Medical College
A c -llcfto denreo la required Cor admission
AdvnnoUHUnillni; urniiieil Btudunta invent
liiK HfttiMfrtctory cri'dontiulri from acoroillioti
medical voUoKes Erory ixolliiy lB..jrrod to
UD'lorri.duutoBbOokin th dKreo t Duutor
of Medicine. An plo la lllllosuro uiso oflorojl
nimiiHiui irrninntnu ti miprfiiii iirlirtmtl Invent!-
-?- "v".y. . : ::: r r,.. "i. . .
tlouliirHBppIv to Till Dun, Cirnill UnWirslly Midleal
Collilt, Pirnt Ato. nndMJiU tit., Nwwr YorK City.
"Miss Mary Cook, Delta Gamma, is
spending Saturday in Beatrice.
Lost Kappa Kappa Gamma pin.
Finder please return to Nebraskan of
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Miss Elsie Moore is in Howard vis
iting her parents.
Now Hayden Studio, 1127 O St.
CnBcado social tonight, Temple
building, 8 o'clock, and all of it will
Cat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11-119
So. 12th street
M1ss Mnrgerlte Gilbert left yester
day for York. Miss Gilbert is a mem
ber of Delta Gamma.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
"Duke" Reed has gono to Wyoming
on business. He will return some
time next week.
Before buying your spring footwear
let Beckman Bros, show you their
new snappy oxfords. 1107 O sL
of tho sudden death of Principal E. M.
Cunningham. Mr. Cunningham for
merly attended the U. of N.
Supt. W. G. Brooks of Fairmont.
who has recently enrolled In tho unl
versity extension wcrk, has been re
iccntly re-elected at a substantial raise
Alvah Weaver, '09, has secured the
position of chomlst of tho Enterprise
Mfg. Co., and is located at 7028 Spring
street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Miss Lucelo and. Miss Juno Brown
Pi Phi, leave tcday for Kearney. They
will attend tho wedding of Miss Evi
Mai Galentino, who is a member ,of
Delta Gamma1 and was in school last
Albert A. Heimrod, '06, is at Colum
bia University, where ho expects tr
finish his poBt graduate courso lu
metallurgy this year. - Ho spent last
summer in Switzerland with his father,
who is American coneul there. ,
Tho dato on which tho Dramatic
Club has decided to hold its second
annual banquet Is May 12. This is the
next evening aftor. Ivy Day and it it
hoped that many of the alumni mem
bers of tho club will bo ablo to attend.
Chas. W. Fleming
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
1311 0 St. - Lincoln, Neb
FULK Free $1000
1325 O ST.
ance Policy in
the U. S. Casualty Co. for one year
with one-half doz. fine lisle hose guar
anteed to wear six months for $1.50,
The University of Nebraska
June 20 to August 12, 1910
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Cincinnati $2.50 Shoe J
Store and Electric I
Repair Factory I
New. Location 142 North 12
Domestic Lunch. J. McKonsle,
Tho Delta Taus entertained theh
friends at a house party last night.
Ralph Bubs, Ernest Bader and Elmer
Meeervy of Fremont aro visiting at
the Phi Delta Theta house.
Misses Carol and Hazel Howard,
Delta Gamma, left yesterday for a
couple of days in the metropolis.
Miss Ida Myatt, Delta Delta Delta,
Is spending Saturday and Sunday at
her homo in David City.
Mrs. Ruth Evans Little of Sheridan,
Wyo., Ib spending a few days in Lin
coln as guest of tho Chi Omegas.
Assistant Inspector' A. M. Voss re
turned yesterday from his tour of in
spection of high schools.
MI sp. Bertha Wilson Is another of
the present graduating claas who had
accepted a position for next year. She
will teach at Sholton.
Alpha Chi Sigma, the "honorary
chemical fraternity, announces the
following pledges: L. E. Morgan, '10,
of Lincoln and H. W. Elley, '12, of
William Smiley, Alpha Tnu Omega
University of Minnesota, spent a cou
plo of days at tho Nebraska chaptei
houBO this week. Mr. Smiley is on
his way east from California and
passed through Lincoln en route for
Tho Iron sulphide applied to the
dandelions of tho campus has not
killed tho plants as yet. Tho unlveF
sity has decided to havo them re
moved by hand in preference to wait
Ing for tho lingering death at the
hands of the chemical.
Albert M. Levy, J07, law student at
Columbia University, has for ten years
been in charge of the instruction in
argumentation and debato at the
Young Men's Hebrow Association ol
New York City. . The December
Monthly Bulletin of tho association
contains-an-interestlng article by Mr.
Levy on "Born Orators.".
A woman's cross-country club has
been organized at the University of
Missouri. The object is to meet the
.growing desire among women for tils
form of exercise.
Statistics compiled at Yale show
that 1,4.50 students of that university
are taking part in various forms of
Courses in Agriculture, Anatomy,
Botany, Chemistry, Education, Educa
tional Theory and Practice, Secondary
Education, Normal Training, Elemen
tary Education, English Language and
Literature, French, Geography and
Geology, German, American History
Homo Economics, Horticulture, Latin
Manual Training, Mathematics, Mo
chanlcal Drawing, Philosophy and Psy
etiology, Physical Education, Physiol
ogy, Political Science and Sociology
Rhetoric and English Composition
Special attention to subjects re
quired for professional certificate.
Nino hours of college work possible.
Conditional admission on 22 points.
Teachers 21 years or over may enter
as Adult Special Students.
High-School Courses In tho Teach
ers' Collego High School.
For bulletin or Information address
IS SO POPULAR .
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
nd punch for Frat & Sorori
ty parties. Whipping Cream
Jwhvb on bana. Bell 205.
Auto 8181. 1816 NBt,
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BESIDES those extragood "F-F-H" shoes
and oxfords we carry an excellent stock
of black, tan, red, suede, and gray pol
ished, black dye, brushes, laces arch sup
Wide oxfords laces black and
tan per pair 10 cents.
1220 O STREET
The University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
All University Students Will.be Welcome at the
Under the cAuspices of the Y. c?W. and Y. W. C. cA
Dr. Candra will deliver a lecture illustrated with
views of mountain scenery in and around Cas
cade: . ,
S . i
Wo can save you 12 per
cent on your fuel bills
IS TI1E REASON
uttuewg. Gregory The Coal Man ok'
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