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THE DAILY NEBRAIKAN
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Drum Major -Mullin of the univer
sity cadet band has loft school.
Capital potol Barber 8hop 11 & P.
Katherlqe Yates entertained the
members of the "Mico and Men" cast
at her homo last ovenlng.
Don Camerqn'a Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
H. O. Coulter 1b comth arid ant of
cadets at the Nebraska Military Acad
emy. Have yqur Clethea pressed at Leb
er's Sultorium, "Elovontnand O. if
Tho Delta Gamma will give a the
ater party Wficjnesday evening at tho
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Mr. Ernest L. Kretsinger, '10, Is
studying law with, his father, Hon.-EJ.
L. Kretsinger , of Beatrice, Nebr.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Phi Delta Thota defeated the Phi
Kappa PbI by a score of 24 to 23 In
tho Interfraternlty basketball BerJes.
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
v,ltea 'and Prqfeirams.
Miss Greene's Cafeteria. Best noon
day lunch In town. For both ladleB
and gentlemen. Any servlco from
UkFtitfr """ tf
Hlltner Bros., Florists. 118 So. 12W
St. Phones Auto 1894, Boll 330.' Choice
roses,- carnations and chrysanthemums,
o sojklt the university trade.
Mr. Wank O. Wheelock, '10, who Is
connected -ftiti tho Bell Telephone
company at Omaha, was the guest of
Delta Tau Delta fraternity enter
tained at a- house party Saturday
-oveningr-SoYeral-alumnt'of tho fritter'
nlty- were present, including Ellett B.
Drake, '09. ojt Beatrice, Netf., and "Vm.
B. Aton, O30-'i2, of Alexandria, Nebr.
Sam Buck, law '12, has rpturnod to
Nebraska. Ho spont last semester In
tho law college of tho University of
Washington at 8eattlo.
Work on the program for University
night, February 17, Ib nrocro$slns: ran-
.idly. . Dress rohparsuiB for tho festivi
ties will be held Thursday evening,
Tho unlverBlty band1 will hold one
of its celebrated Informal danceB In
tho near future It was tho custom a
few years ago to givo theBo dances
every few weeks.
Mr. Clifton, president of the Iancus
ter Gardeners' association, gave a very
interesting discussion on "Vogotablo
Growing" last ovenlng boforo tho mem
bers of tho horticultural seminar.
On tho western coast tho romanco
languages soem to bo considered more
important than German. Out of an
enrollment of four thousand six hun
dred students registered for Spanish
and six hundred for French;
'Prof. R. A. Emmefaon, liead of tho
department of hortlculaure, was re
cently granted a leave of absence, and
is doing research work at Harvard uni
versity in 'heredity plant breeding.
During Prof. Emmerson's absence the
department of hirtlculturo 1b in charge
of ProfeBsorB Westgoto and Howard.
Seniors and Sophomores Will Decide
on .Class Officers..
Class elections still continue to bo
tho Ibsuo among those politically In
clined. Owing to tho (prominence and
activity of the varlouB candidates,
moro than the usual amount of enthu
siasm has been stirred up.
Doflnlte dates have been announced
for the elections. Tho senior election
comes Off Thurfldiiv In MnmnrtnT Imll
announces tnat tneBopnomore election
Will txf held Thursday at 11:30 In the
Temple. Before tho election of of-
that nobody's noae is like any other nose, but he who
can fit any nose knows how to fit your nose- aive us
a 'trial and wear that smile that won't come off.
Established 1871 HALLETTit Registered Optometrist Uz o st.
One of tho senior law seminars lias
organized into a club for tho purpose
of study. It will meet regularly and go
over tho semester's work.
Grace Holman, '12, has re-entered
tho university. She has been In at
tendance at tho University of Minne
sota during tho last semester.
N. E. Buckley, '05, stopped at tho
Phi Kappa PsI house while in Lincoln
yesterday. He is with tho Union Pa
cific at Omaha.
Clifford Hardin, ex-'ll, has returned
to enter the university. Ho has been
working for the Northern Pacific at
Learn touch typewriting without
going to commercial school. Wo fur
nish university students with a com
plete course in touch typewriting and
rent you any make of typewriter, three
months for -f 6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 1406 O street. tf
fleers several important committee re
ports will be heard.
The Junior nnd freshmen elections
will probably bo hold Tuesday, Febru
ary 14. Considerable campaigning has
been done by some of the first year
men in behalf of their favorite candi
dates, and the finish will bo exciting.
The sophomores had announced
.their election to bo held in Memorial
hall, but changed tho place of meeting
to the Temple in order to accommodate
Relay Men, Notice.
Sophomore try-outs for the relay
team to represent tho class In tho in
door meet with tho freshmen will be
held Wednesday, Feb. 8, at noon, in
tho gymnasium. AH men who expect
to compote are requested to bo on
hand promptly at 12 o'clock.
C. F. PHILLIPS,
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More in Stock
1220 O Street.
Advertisements for this column
should ba 'left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 1 1a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be in
serted unless paid In advance, at the
rate of 1o crfnts per insertion for
every fifteen ords or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inser
tions 25" cents? five insertions 40 cents,
For Sale Duo bill on loading pho
tographer In Lincoln. Soo Nobraskan
For Sale Full dress suit, absolutely
now, sizo 37 long, 1010 model. Bar
gain $25.00. Call Men's Furnishing
Department, Itudgo & Guonzol. 79-5't
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return to or notify Arthur Whorry,
1520 P street. Auto phono 7309. 78-5t
Lost On tho campus, a silver cuff
button and a German book, "Lyrics
and Bounds." Return to Nobraskan
Lost A black cravenotto ovorcoat,
taken from Nebraska hall Friday after
noon. Return to Nobraskan ofilce. Re-
.ward. : 70-it
Found In University hall, a silk
muffler, a Unlcorsity fountain pen and
an automatic self-filler pen. Owner
may Have Bame by Identifying and
paying for this ad. 78-3t
Found On sidewalk in front of tho
campus, a neck fur. Owner may have
same by identifying and paying foi
this ad. 78-31
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Broken lines of our winter
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The old has made way for
tho now the new spring Man
hattan shirts and Stetson bats
are now on display.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
AT THE THEATRES
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Prices $1.50 and $2.00. Gal 50c
THUR8DAY NIGHT, FEB. "9
Handicap Wrestling Match
$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 60c
, 8AT. MAT. & NIGHT, FEB. 11
HENRY W. 8AVAGE
; "MADAME X"
'Mat. $1 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 60c
Feb. 13 "Honeymoon Trail"
Feb. 14 The 8mart Set.
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Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
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