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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE LA8T MUSICAL ATTRACTION
AT THE OLIVER FOR TWO
ON THE CAMPUS
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Howard Sheaff, 1910, is now an In
structor of science In Sioux Falls col
lege, Sioux Falls, S. D.
Capital Hotel Barber Shop, 11 & P.
The mid-week meeting of the univer
sity Y. M. C. A. was held last night In
the Temple. Professor Heck delivered
an Illustrated stereoptlcon lecture on
Don Cameron'B, Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
Herbert Ford 1911,i leaves Saturday
for Kearney, Neb., to become an in
structor In the Btate Industrial school
Tit that place. Ir. Ford has complot
ed his work In the university neces
sary for his degree.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorium, Eleventh and O. tf
Miss Frances Caldwell, daughter of
Prof. Caldwell, who was operated upon
for appendicitis during the vacation,
has sufficiently recovered to be about
her home again.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
George BrOB., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Wanted Forty Cornhuskers at
Townsend's every day thiB month.
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
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Want ads will positively not be in
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rate of 10 cents per insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; three Inser
tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.
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tographer in. Lincoln. See NebraBkan
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ors on account of 7-hour law and ex
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Lost S. A. E. watch fob, with letter
"B" on back. $10.00 reward for re
turn to 1107 O St. G9-3t
MISS TEXAS GUINAN
With an Ensemble of 50 Comes
only ones In tho city like them.
Glee Club Forced to Sing More than
Tho University Glee club was schedV
tiled to give a few musical numbers at
a recent meeting of the Agricultural
Association of Nebraska. They gave
what was expected and the work was
so pleasing to tho audience that they
were called back time after time, until
they gave an almost complete pro
gram. Tho club is preparing for their first
TnveBtrgate tire Tilf ty-ilrotos- aT -homo-oonoertr-whlcluvlll-boJicld-Uia
azek's studio, 1306 O street. The latter Part of March in the Oliver the
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roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
We solicit tho university trade.
Tho Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
has moved Into Its new quarters at
1406 O St., where they are ready to
show all makes of typewriters with
Tho Tegner society meets Saturday
evening in tho Temple. Tho program
will consist of a piano forte recital of
compositions by Scandinavian compos
ers, given by Arvid Samuelson. The
public is cordially invited.
A meeting of tho members of the
fencing association will be held Thurs
day at 11 o'clock In tho armory. Reg
ular practice dally at 5 o'clock In tho
armory. H. W. PLASTERS,
AMES HERE TOMORROW.
Tho first Missouri Valley conference
games of tho season will bo held Fri
day and Saturday, when the Ames bas
ketball team will meet the Nebarska
five on the local floor.
Nebraska looks for two victories.
Tho Ames aggregation has not the
reputation it had last year, having
been defeated in two games last week
by Missouri. Seats are on sale at the
Tho university band will furnish
music at both games. Following the
Saturday gamo an Informal dance will
bo held In Memorial hall. Students
holding reserved seat tickets will ,be
admitted free to the dance. Tho cadet
band will furnish music for tho dance.
Tho admission to the Friday gamo will
bo 25 a.nd 35 cents, Saturday 25 and 50
cents. Student 'ticKets' are good for
general admission to these contests.
OLIVER FRI SAT. & SAT. MAT.
JANUARY 20-21 IN
"THE. KISSING GIRL"
A musical comedy of grout strength
Is "Tho Kissing Girl," by StnnlBlmiB
Stango Botli author and composer
have much to. their credit. Mr. Stange
has Hiiplied the widely divergent
cleverness of Lulu Glasor, Lillian
Russell, Frltzl Schorr, and Mine.
Schunmn-Heiuk with books and lyrics
that proved successful. Mr. Van Til
zpr has caught popular fancy in a set
of jingles with hero and thoro com
positions of sterling merit nnd have
pleasgd the best of musical intellect,
It is u combination of tnlent that
should bring forward a lighter mus
ical work of much excellence. Tho
Cort Theatre Company promises a
production of surpassing beauty, with
the entire original production as UBcd
in tho Chicago presentation during Its
long run thoro. In' tho selection of
principals for "Tho Kissing Girl" they
have shown great discrimination, for
tho localo of tho opera's romance Hob
on 'tho boundary lino of Austria and
Bohemia which calls for adroit dla-
lect interpretations. The title rolo
will go to Texns Giflnan with Tom
Whlffen as a comedy foil. Tho cast
also Includes Louis London, Harry
HormBen, Venita and Ida Fltzhugh.
TWO BASKETBALL GAMES.
Alpha TauB and Kappa Slgs Win Last
Tho Alpha Tau Omega basketball
team defeated tho Delta Tau Delta fra
ternity team last night In tho armory.
Tho gamo was fast from the first
whistle. Tho score was 21 to 17.
Kappa Sigma defeated Alpha Theta
Chi by a score of 19 to 13.
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Warm wearables are condu
cive of a warm heart even in
a snow man.
Better liavo somo of ours
A few broken lines in pattern
suits and overcoats still ro-
main from our clearance sale.
150 in all and they will go
at one-third off.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
FRI., SAT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 20-21
John P. Slocum's Comic Opera
From the Cort Theatre, Chicago
"THE KISSING GIRL"
With Texas Guinan and 60 Others
Mat., 25c to $1.00. Night, 50c to $1.00
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