The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 07, 1911, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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ON THE CAMPUS
Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
The Agricultural club will meet to
night In Science hall of the Temple.
Capital Hotel Barber Shop, 11 & P.
Tho Delta Gamma sorority will give
a house party tonight.
Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
A meeting of the Tegner society
will bo held, tonight In tho Temple.
Have your clothes pressed at Wcb-
er'B Sultorlum, Eleventh and 0. tf
Miss. .Helen T,.yJtke, 1910,.. of Grand.
Island is visiting in. Lincoln.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Miss Mary Brown, 1908. is in Lin
coln visiting friends.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
No. 11th.
C. D. Bohanan, 1910, was a campus
visitor yesterday. Mr. Bohanan 1b su
perintendent of schools at Plalnviow,
Nebr.
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Otto Kotouc, 1908, of Humboldt,
Nebr., is in Lincoln attending tho No
braska state legislature. Mr. Kotouc
is engaged in tho banking business at
Humboldt.
Investigate tho nifty photos at
Blazek'B studio, 1306 O street. The
-only-ones -In- the-clty -like -thom, tt
Hlltner Bros., Florists. 118 So. 12tH
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
Wo solicit tho university trade.
The Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
has moved into its new quarters at
140C O St., where they are ready to
show all makes of typewriters with
standB. tf
FULK
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
FIRST VESPER SERVICE.
Convocation Friday Afternoons to Be
Continued.
Tho first vesper service of the year
was held- Friday afternoon In Me
morial hall. Plans were mado for
holding tho vespers about a month
ago, but repairs on tho pipe organ at
-jthajrnlYfirjBlty necessitated, tho jjpat
ponemont of tho services until the
present tlmo. Music "will bo tho fea
ture of tho program as arranged,
which will bo furnlBhed by tho Uni
SHOES AT DISCOUNT
The Discontinued Lines of Our Fa
mous $3.00 Women's Shoes at $2.25
No Old Styles
1220 XXJStTL&&t.
FRESHMEN HOLD HOP.
Successful Dance Given by First-year
8tudents.
The ilrst dance to bo given this
year by the members of the class of
1914 waB held Friday evening at the
Lincoln hotel. A. C. Davis was mas-
tor of ceremonies and had entlro
charge of the dance, owing to the va
cancy on the committee caused bv the
resignation of G. T. Liddell from the
position of chairman. Clark Dickin
son, Carl Nagl, G. A. Aldrich, Ruth
Grovlsh and Lenore Richards wore
the other committee members. About
100 couples were in attendance.
Notice.
For tho benefit of tho fraternities,
tho practice schedule Is printed again.
It is as follows:
AlphtrTaurOmegar WednHdnyr7-8-
p. m., chapel; Saturday, 9-10 a. m.,
armory.
Alpha Theta Chi: Thursday, 8-9:30
p. m., chapel, or Saturday, 7-8 p. m.,
armory; Saturday, 9-10 a. m., chapel.
Beta Theta PI: Thursday, 8-9:30
p. m., cnapei, or Kriuay, 7-8 p. in.,
armory; Saturday, 11-12 a. m chapel.
Delta Tau Delta: Wednesday, 7-8
p. m., chapel; Saturday, 9-10 a. m
armory.
Delta Upsllon: Tuesday, 8-9:30 p. m.,
chapel, or Friday 8-9:30 p. m armory;
Saturday, 11-12 a. m., chapel.
Kappa Sigma: Tuesday, 8-9:30 p. m
chapel; Saturday, 11-12 a. m., armory.
Phi Delta Theta: Wednesday, 8-9:30
p. m., chapel; Saturdny, 10-11 a. m.,
armory.
Phi Gamma Delta: Tuesday, 7-8 p. m.
chapel, or Friday, 8-9:30 p. m., arm
ory; Saturday, 10-11 a. m.. chapel.
Phi Kappa PsI: Monday, 8-9:30
p. m., chapel; Saturday, 11-12 a. in.,
armory.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon: Wednesday,
8-9:30 p. m., chapel; Saturday, 10-11
ST nT7,aTmory; '
Sigma Nu: Monday, 8-9:30 p.m.,
chapel, or Saturday, 7-9:30 p. m., arm
ory; Saturday, 9-10 a. m., chapel.
Sigma Chi: Tuesday,- 7-8 p. m.,
chapel, or Friday, 7-8 p. m., armory;
Saturday, 10-11 a. m., chapel.
Somo of tho teams will practice in
tho same room at tho samo hour, but
arrangements will bo made to divide
tho practlco period.
CARRIES EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN
Young Men's Hats, Ties
Shirts, Gloves, Hosiery
Pajamas, Bath Robes
versity chorus, assisted by a string
quartet and organ. Regular weekly
convocations of this nature will bo
continued until May.
A descriptive catalog of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania has been pub
lished In Spanish on account of the
Increased number of students from
Latin-American countries.
Students at Cornell will present a
play entitled "Tho Butterflies." Tho
cast will take a trip In tho ChrlBtmas
vacation.
to Show to You
SEVENTEEN AWARD8.
Seniors Get Football Sweaters Fri
day. Tho numeral sweaters awarded to
tho memborB of tho football team of
the senior class have arrived and
have been distributed. Sovontoen of
tho bright red sweaters, with roll
necks and tho entire numeral "1911,"
wore awarded. The following men re
ceived tho sweaters for winning tho
lntorclaBs football championship:
Chcrrington and Hascall, coaches;
Lempke, manager; Balldorsen, cap
tain; Clancy, Zacok, Lee, Coad, Shou
waiter, Tolllfson, George. Gutberlet,
Goblo, GrI n, Montgomery, Dlttorllno
nnd Dobbs.
PRE8IDENT8 MEET.
Heads of Missouri Valley Universities
DIscuBBlng-Athlotlcs; -
Tho presidents nnd governing
boards of tho Missouri Valloy Confer
ence in session at Dob Moines, la.,
passed a resolution giving all athletic
power to the faculty representatives
except those which havo already been
adopted by tho presidents and gov
erning boards at previous sessions
and those which may bo adopted In
tho future. This leaves tho presidents
and governing boards Biipremo oxcopt
as to details. Thanksgiving football,
under this rule, Is still in tho hands
of tho presidents, who fought tho
question out Friday afternoon. Ames,
Drake, Iowa and Missouri appeared in
tho forenoon to be Hnod up against
tho other members of tho conference,
which probably means that tho rule
abolishing Thanksgiving football will
be rescinded. Faculty representatives
miiBt be of professional rank. The
present faculty representative will act
until this rule becomes effective. Pro
fessor S. W. Byers of Ames was elect
ed president and Dr. R. G. Clapp of
Nebraska was elected secretary of tho
faculty-Tcpresentatlvesr-
Last spring tho freshman basket
ball team partially revenged tho de
feat of the basketball team of last
year by tho Cotner five. Will tho
baBket-ball team of this year make
tho revenge complete tonight? Come
out to tho gamo and see.
Classified Column
1.0 ST.
Lost S. A. E. fob, with gold locket
with letter "B" on back. Return to
1107 O St. G0-5t
Lost Watch fob with letter "B" en-
I graved on It. $10.00 reward for re
turn to 1107 O St. Arthur Beckman.
G3-3t
FOUND.
Found Moore's Non-leakable foun
tain pen, south of Library. Owner
may obtain samo at Nebraskan office.
61-3t
Found Handkerchief containing
money, which owner may obtain at
Nebraskan office by paying for this
an; . 61i3tr
For Sale-Duo bill on leading pho
tographer In Lincoln, Seo Nebraskan
manager. tf
BOARD
Board, '$3.50 per week. Dinner, 21
meals for $4.00. 1234 T St. Close to
campus. 61-3 1
Educational.
Learn Wireless and R. It. Telegra
phy. Shortage of fully 10,000 operat
ors on acc6uht of 7-hour law and ex
pensive "wireless" developments. We
operate under , direct supervision of
telegraph officials and positively place
all students, .when qualified. Write
for catalogu. Nat'l Telegraph Inst,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis,
-DavenportrIa.r-ColumbIaSiC.JEortc
land. Oro. tf
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means dollars saved for you.
We've dono the biggest
business in years, and tho un
usual values we're offering
havo-turnec-the-brioki
All lots and most all patt'orn
suits are going at nearly 50
discount.
They're Kensington quality
that' 8 enough.
Big discounts on nearly ev
erything in tho store.
MAQEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
Oliver Theatre
TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:15
Newlyweds and Their Baby
602 PEOPLE
Night 25c to $1.50. Mat. 25c to 75o
MON..TUE8 & TUE8. MAT. JAN. 9-10
AB0RN ENGLISH GRAND OPERA GO
Mon "CARMEN" TllMi Mat.
MARTHA" Tues. Night "FAU8T"
I IMPni W MATINEES (Bxcept Monday) 2:30
UNUULll EVGNINOS AT 8:30
ORPHEUM
KSE.$ ADVANCED VAUDYILLE
Big New Year's Bill
"OLD SOLDIER FIDDLERS"
And 81k More Feature Acts
MATIN EE8 15c and 25c
EVENING 15c, 25c, 35o and 50o
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Harpolsheimer's Gaft
"Dinner TT:30 to J30
Supper 5:30 to 7:30
25c
ALSO CAFETERIAN STYLE
Ht Walks with Mapl Syrup.lO
Warthon's
$2.50 Shoe Store
and .the Original Elect
ric Shoe Repair Factory
142 No. 12th St.
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