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THE DAILY NEBRAIKAN
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 0 street.
Mjss Alice EruJten wJUentertain a
few friends at dinner this evening.'
Chapl's Biros., Florists,' 127 So. 13th.
Phil Lehmer, Phi Kappa Psl, haB
geno to Omaha to spend Sunday with
Capital, Hotel Barber Shop 11 & p.
The Palladian Litorary society hold
a business mooting last night after tho
Have your clothea pressed at Web
er's J3ultorium, Eleventh and O. tl
Miss Fenna Buler will entertain Jho
active chapter of Phi Gamma Delta at
a birthday party tonight
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th aa P streets.
Delta Tau (Delta gavo a very delight
ful fearty at tho Lincoln last evening.
Their, annual banquet will bo hold to
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Albert Dann, '10, son of Prof. W. P.
Dann, is now located in KanBasClty,
' where he is employed by tho All Day
and AlNlght bank.
George' Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, .Printers.. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
Tho forestry boys, who have been
working on tho Dismal River forest
reservation at Halsoy for the past ten
'days returned Friday evening.
Ted Marrlner cloaner, dyer, and
hatter, 235 No. 11th St. Auto 4876,
A few days ago Paul Bacon, author
of the German text-book, "Im Vator-
Ta?fTalloffnniioGFrWaTrTIepal'tTKe88UP Btarts-out-on:tho-rough soa-of-
.... . . I ltf,r. .IV nll.t .,... kl. 111
m,ent He said it was only chance
which led him to write his deservedly
Considerable excitement was caused
in tho zoology laboratory one day this
eok by -.the finding 'of 'apearlin 'a.
:1am that was being dissected. Tho
pearl was of fair quality and about
tho sizo of a pea. Now all the stu
dents want to Work on clams.
Our $2.50 to $5
iui yuamy aim
A letter has been received from
Georgo Lamb, who with his brother
William is in the government service
at Washington, saying that he Jm&
been made chief of compilation in tho
bureau of silvaculture.
Mr. Krueger, at pjresent a fellow In
tho department of political economy
in) the University of Nebraska, has ac
cepted a professorship at tho seminary?
at' AtchiBon, Kan. Mr. Krueger will
leave on September 1 -to take, oharge
of his department there.
An active, campaign to raise funds
for the Lincoln city hospital has be
gun. University girls aro being, asked
tot assist In, this work. They aro to
work under Mrs. Robbing of tho Wo-
$3.00 Oxfords for Men
A, New Departure for Lincoln. Snappy, .Q ff
Dependable Shoes and Oxfords at. .'..,. W UiUII
Look at them in our window. You'll
miss it if you don't have & pair. , J
man's club and will bo assigned sec
tions of the city to solicit funds.
Loam touch typewriting without
going to commercial school. We fur
nish university studnntn with a nm.
rent you any mako of typewriter, three
months for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 1406 O streot. tf
FULMER ELECTED CHANCELLOR.
Wesleyan University Honors
Clarence A. Pulmor was elected
chancellor of Nebraska Wesleyan uni
versity at a meeting of tho board of
trustees Thursday afternoon. He is
a graduate of tho school whloh he
now leads, and In 1010 had tho
honorary degree of M. A. conferred
on, him by the University of Nebras
ka. Mr. Pulmor has acted In tho
capacity of chancellor since the res
ignation of V. J. Davidson. He was
once before considered for this posi
tion but refused because of inexperi
ence. Ho has been dean of the lib
eral arts college for two years, and
has had a wide experience as teacher
In high schools over tho state. '
TWO MORE NEBRA8KAN8.
Baby Boys P.ut In Their Appearance
A telegram was received yesterday
morning by Mrs. J. Prank Barr an
nouncing tho birth of a baby boy to
Mr. and Mrs. Prank P. Jcssup at Min
ataro, Nob. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jessup
aro former university students, he be
ing a membor of Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity and she belonging to Kappa
Alpha Thota sorority. Tho young Mr
. . . . . . i
life with eight pounds to his credit
An eleven-pound boy has arrived to
gladden tho hearts of Professor and
Mrs. J. L. McBricn. Mr. McBrien 'Is
in charge of tho university .extension,
A chapter of tho Thota Sigma Phi,
the journalistic sorority, was installed
at tho University of Wisconsin.
Hats p IN (
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1325 O STREET
Alumni of the Columbia law school
have, begun tho task of raising $100,
000 for tho purpose of supplying addi
tional books to Its library.
Two Rhodes students from tho
United States won honors In a series
of Oxford stunts when they captured
the 100-yard dash and tho shot put.
In a debate before Talo Union upon
tho question, 'Resolved, that Yalo Is
still , fifty years behind Harvard," the
Princeton students aro planning a
trip1, to Asia Minor for the .purpose of
darrylng on excavations.
-Advertisements for this column
Should h' lft at th hn.ln.a. nM
basement Administration building, be
tween i la. rm ana iz 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 op fractldn there
of for the first Insertion; three inser
tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.
For SaleDae bill on leading pho
tographer in Lincoln. See' Nebraskan
For Sale A good kitchen ran go;
nearly new; cheap. See Nebraskan
LoBt Moore's non-Ioakablo pon, bo
tweon University hall and T stroet,
Thursday. Return to Nobraskan of
Wanted to BuyOld old and silver
Jewelry. C. P. Spain, Co., upstairs,
138 No. 12th St. tf
Wanted A student to work full
time from 3 to 10 days on building.
Apply City Y. M. C. A. lll-2t
Tho undergraduates of tho Univer
sity of Washington havo petitioned
the state authorities to remove mili
tary tactics from tho curriculum.
The students of tho agricultural
course at Wisconsin publish a wookly
newspaper while the course Is In
progrosBTy ; - - - -
.Michigan has received a trophy
from tho Western Intercollegiate
Mogazlno for winning tho western
Tho Utah legislature has appropri
ated $300,000 for tho erection of a cen
tral building for tho stato uniyorsity.
A fresh shipmont of
Huyler's & Whlttman's
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O Streotn.
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The season- demands that
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We have an exceptionally
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Night 50c to $1.50. Mat. $1.00 to 25c
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Madden & Fltzpatrick
Glrard & Hutell
Mats. 15c and 25o
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
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Beginning Monday Evening, Mar. 20
THE Mil ON THE I0X
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MATS. Wed. and Sat 1Sc and 25o
Dinner Jlt30 tp It30 OR
Supper 5.30 toTf3Q stOC
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