The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 18, 1911, Image 3
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN Is V ;-r S 4 0 - -( M Y Vl r i in ' '" ' ' " r ' CAMPUS GLEANINGS Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th. Sigma Nu ontertainB at St. Georgo's this evening. Capital Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P. W. B. Morso fs a visitor at the Delta Tau Delta houso. Havo your clothes pressed at Web er's Suitorlum, Eleventh and O. . tf Alpha Chi will givo a valentine party Tuesday ovonlng, February 28. Good things to eat, "Why" Res taurant, 133 No. 12th St. 85-4 1 V. C. Hascall Journeyed to Wahoo last night to rofereo a baskotball game. Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa, 13th and P streets. Arinur t iiomior, ox-ii, was a gum at tho Deltn-Tmr-Doltn- faOUBU recently. Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120 No. 11th. About thirty alumni of Delta Delta Delta aro in tho city for tho banquet this ovening at tho Lincoln. George BroB., 218 South ThlrteentH street, Printers. Calling Cards, In- vltes and Programs. About 250 thrcshormell visited tho university farm campus Wednesday, this being ono of tho largest delega tions of farmers over visiting tho farm in a body. Hiltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12tli St. Phones Auto 1894, Bell 330. Choice roses, carnations and chrysanthemums. Wo solicit tho university trade. Alpha Phi will hold its annual ban quet" this ovening. Ruth Henninger and Mayono Thompson aro in tho city to attend tho banquet and initia tion. r John Laird, formerry"aTTT30" "TTstr, is now at Chapman's barber suop, 127 No. 12 th St. Former patrons wel come. 81-5t SPRING 1 Stetson Hats Others $2.50-1(3 FULK FURNISHER AND HATTER 1 325 O STREET F. W. Beach, who for tho past threo years has been assistant at Sta tion A, has boon transferred to tho main office. His placo will bo .filled by Q. L. Laub. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Empkio are vis iting in Lincoln. Mr. Empkie is an a)umnus member of tho local chaptor of Sigma Nu, and at present roBldes in Council Bluffs. Hon. Will Owen Jones, editor of tho State Journal, will address tho Stu dents' Religious Union at All SouIb' church at tho close of tho morning service next Sunday. Tho subject will bo "Horace Greeley." All stu dents aro Invited. 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, threo months for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. 1406 O street. tf Instead of Cough Drops Buy APSLEY RUBBERS WE SELL THEM ' c CtdO O About fifty now drawing tables for tho Mechanic Arts building arrived yesterday. Thoy aro to roplaco tho ones destroyed in tho flro laBt Oc tober. Olo Metcalf, ox-law '11, who was elected captain of this year's baso ball team, is located in Oklahoma City. Ho is sporting editor of tho Oklahoma Daily Times. Mr. Avery of tho Avory Threshing Machine company of Peoria, 111., spent a few hours Thursday inspect ing tho equipment of tho agricultural engineering department. Georgo Gunnison, '08, Delta Upsi lon, recently received an appolntmont from tho government to investigate tho heirship of certain Indian estates on tho Omaha reservation. Among tho alumni who aro in Lin coln for tho Delta Delta Delta festivi ties aro MIsscb Roedor, Wontz, Potor son and Hownrd of Columbus, Now ton of Aurora, and BresBler of Wayno. Several years ago tho Current Lit erature magazlno started giving schol arships in tho different colleges over tho country, contingent upon a stu- dent's securing a certain number of names to Current Literature, during tho summer vacation. Since that iimo over $45,000 has been paid out to stu dents alone. Over 300 collego men were successfully employed last sum mer. Theso scholarships aro not competitive. Current Literature's rep resentative is hero, and if you aro in terested you can see him in Mr. Ken dall's offlco in tho Y. M. C. A. room today and tomorrow from 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. 85-2t TEGNER TONIGHT. Good Program Has Been Provided for -Meetino-XHlBEyjBrjlQg, A patriotic program haB been pro vided for tho meeting of tho Tegnor society this ovening. Both vocal and HEW Manhattan Shirts Will Hot Fade instrumental selections will bo rend ered by members of the organization. There will also bo a talk on patriot ism by Mr. Peterson. Refreshments will bo served' at tho close of tho en tertainment. Tho meeting will bo hold in tho , banquet hall. Tho pro gram is given below: Singing? Patriotic Songs, Tho Soci ety. Piano Solo Spanish Dance, Miss Jessie Hanson. Recitation "Svorgo," Miss Pear son. Vocal Solo "Love's Messengers," Miss Hazel Stanton. Talk on Patriotism, Mr. Peterson. Vocal Solo Selected, Prof. Alexis. Refreshments. Freshmen. All freshmen wishing to try-out for tho class basketball team will see Racely at once. Street, Classified Column Advertisements for this column should be 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 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. For Sale Duo bill on leading pho tographer In Lincoln. See Nebraskan manager. tf Educational. Learn WirelesB and R. R. Telegra phy. Shortage of fully 10.000 operat ors on account of 7-hour law and ox tenBlvo "wireless" developments. Wo opcrato under direct supervision of telegraph ofUcials and positively place all students-, when qualified. Wrlto for catalogu. Nat'l Telegraph Inst., Cincinnati, Philadelphia, MomphiB, Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port land. Ore. tf WANTED. Wanted Dish wiper, at Tho Wes ley, 247 North 14th St. 83-tt FOUND. Found A gold link watch fob, Just outside tho physics building. Owner may havo samo by identifying and paying for this ad. 85-3t T6 SPEAK ON PLAYGROUND8. Dr. Curtis to Deliver Two Addresses Monday on This 8ubject. Tho subject of "Playgrounds" will bo taken up by Dr. Henry S. Curtis .in two loctures to bo delivorod- in Lin coln next Monday afternoon; 'and ovening. Tho first address will bo given before university students In tho afternoon and tho second undor the auspices of the Woman's club at tho Temple theater in tho evening. It is thought that tho afternoon talk will bo mado in Memorial hall, but other arrangements may bo mado. Tho time will bo announced later. Dr. Curtis has mado an exhaustive study of his subject and Ib -considered an authority in tho eastern cities. MONEY IN FOOTBALL. Minnesota Loses Money on All Other Athletics. According to tho annual financial statement of tho manager of athletics at Minnesota, thoro is a cash balanco of $42,000 on hand. Every branch of athletics with tho exception of foot ball has resulted in a loss of money, but tho success of tho football season has more than mado up for theso de ficiencies. Notice. All freshmen wishing to enter tho interclass debates will please notify us at once. Tho try-outs will bo held February 22 in L315 'FREMONT MICHIE. CHAS. EPPERSON. 84-4t va ( rfc 1 j ijapM.3Vj(7Tri iffl JkJBCl,1J TYPEWRITEDS MAKES Rent applied on purchwJ x M.M. L.TTmAL,y.MlDprRHm!D price Itod year wrtlttS ohlne gold. Distributor New Model, L. C. Smith & Broe. yiitble. Gll-or-write-for-cattlogut and m n cuaucaum pedal price list. BSWANSON-CO Jtafc. Ante phone 2080. Bell phone 129ft, tki U. Mta St, Lhcela, Heir. The People You Meet form impressions Of 3ou from, your appearance. Our drossy cravenottes help to make such impressions fa vorable. You can't gel a bottwHri h around coat. Nice enough for dross wear, yet sure to keep you dry. $12.50 to $30.00 You can't beat our rubber "Slip-On" coats for drizzly spring weather only $5.00. . MAGEE & DEEMER 1109 O Street AT THE THEATRES Oliver Theatre TONIGHT, 8ATAND-8A-T,-JVIAT "Polly of the Circus" Night, 25c to $1.50 Mat., 25c to 75c MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 20 ZBY8ZKO V8. WE8TERGAARD Tues., Wed. and Wed. Mat., Feb. 21-22 A BROKEN IDOL Night, 25c to $1.00 Mat., 25c to 76o I IllPni I) MATINEES (Bxcepf Monday) 3130 LIDuULn EVENlNOS AT 8:30 ORPHEUM SUSB'iS ADVANCED VAUDVILLE Helen Grantley & Co. Bower 8, Walters and Crooker Bowman Bros. McDonald, Crawford & Montrose Neuss & Eldred 8cheda The Havelocks Mats. 16c and 25c Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c Tho Best and latest photo plays shown In the city. Change of pro gram Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ELITE NO. 2. Lincoln Sanitarium Plung Th IrHt Silt Watir SwImIii "Ml aoHSS-saaBBSB OTTMh LtdUa, MorelHffi HxoMt IntaM QmUamaa. 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