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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1911)
THE DAILY OBRAgKAN
jD,;Htroy, florist; 1133 0 street,
Chi Omega gives, its formal party at
the' "Lincoln" this evening.
Chapln Bros;, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Mario Hod go, cx-'13, Is a guest at
the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
Capitaf Hotel Barber Shop 11 & P.
St(lhT Shaw-Is spending-a few-days
at tho" Delta Delta Delta house.
R. O. Warde, barber, Woods, 120G O.
Acacia fraternity will give a party
this evening at tho chapter house.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh nnd O. tE
, Oscar Weaver, Alpha Theta. Chi, is
to bb operated on for appendicitis.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Howard Guilfoil is slowly recover
ing from hfeTrecbnt attack of mumps.
' Hlltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12th
St. Phones Auto 189.4, Bpll 330. Palms
and choice flowers of all kinds.
Er,ma Staples of Omaha i's visiting
with friends at the Kappa. Alpha Theta
Havo your fingers manicured after
dandelion day. Lincoln 'Barber Shop.
i James Whitney, ox-'lO, Phi Gamma
Delta, is employed in a bank at Nor
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Miss Alice Howell of tho elocution
department gavo a recital in Omaha
Kappa Tau Hpsilon entertained in
formally last night at tlm fraternity
George BroB., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
William B. Haley, who has been
confined at St. Elizabeth's hospital
with pnoumonia for tlio past two
weeks, and who was progressing rap
Idly, has suffered a relapse.
Senior pins at University Book
-Our Young Men's F U L K
nais an uiiihibiii
Tho, Agricultural club last night at
.tho Temple gavo tho second of a series
of dances. .Tho chaperones wero Pro
fessor and Mrs. Haeckor.
TJho third gamo in tho lnterfratern-
lty series, which wop scheduled to bo
playea yesterday afternoon between
tho, Ppl Kappa PsI and the Sigma ,Nu
(fraternities was postponed until tlils
Notice to Juniors.
All junior 'baseball men r.oport at
tho; athletic Hold .Saturday from 1 to
;3 p. m., fqr practice and election of a
' ALBERT HALL,
, fll XPU gHt IN.
tyo.u i .fc 'iV dfcgT'i
V a TiEjRENiar2(bfr
Miss ulfa Nagl, '11, recently re
turned from Qlonw.oo.d, Iowa, whore
sh'o ofllcfalcd as one of tho judges In
the Iowa stato declamatory contest.
A mooting of tho Y. M. C. A. cab
inet was hold Friday ovenng, liut no
business of importance was transact
ed. Another meting will bo r lipid in
the near future and members or tho,
various committees will be named.
Learn toucn typewriting without
going to commercial school. W.o fur
nlsh university students with a com
plete course In touclr typewriting: and
rent you any mako of typewriter, throe
months for $6.00. Lincoln Typewriter
Exchange, 1406 O street. tf
Ted Marriner cleanpr, dyer, and
hatter, 235 No. llth St. Auto 4SY0,
S. A. Mahood, a graduate student in
chemistry and Instructor In chemistry
in the Lincoln high school, yesterday
received a number of burns on tho
faco and left hand as a result of tho
accidental explosion of somo. othor,
which ho was distilling over sodium.
Though they nro painful, the burns
aro not serious, and Mr. Mnhood will
bo ablo to attend to IiIb duties with
out serious interruption.
PARK EDITS A PAPER.
Former Student at Nebraska Is at the
Head of the Korean.
Y. M. Park, formorly a student at
tho unlvorelty, Is publishing tho Now
Korean at San Francisco. Ho is n Ko
rean by birth and takes a great in
terest In tho welfaro of his country
men. Tho paper which ho edits is
dovoted to tho Interests oftho Korean
and Ib run on tho plan of tho Amorl-
UUI1 UUWHllUl'Ul. jxuin mil. uuiusnu
early In last December. During tho
time-spont 4n the. -university. Jiqwji8.
known as tho most progresslvo and
ablo of our Orionta.1 students.
Tho University of Michigan may bo
represented in track or field events
this year by one or moro Chinamen.
There are 14 Chinese in tho univer
sity. Also thoro nro 14 In tho gym
nasium taking tho preliminary gym
nasium training to omulato their
American classmates in college sports.
FURHISHER AND HATTER
132 5 O STREET
A graduato collogo with funds ag
gregating $4,000,000 Is soon to tip
opened at Princeton university.
The carrying of a. pipe with the let
ter "C" on by any Cornell student
who has notearned his letter on some
varsity team is absolutely prohibited.
Work Is at present being d,onp by
tho gymnasium authorities on tho
preservation of the old Yale flags.
Most"bf these trophies havo been fall
ing apart on account of old age. In
order to prevent this they are now
being carefully mended, nnd framed,
when they will bo pgairi hung up in
th trophy room. ' ' '"
fflMJ flf THE ,SFV
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tions 25 cents; fl ve-lnsertlons-40 cents.
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For Salo A good kitchen range;
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In his speech delivered before 8,000
eagor listeners in tho Grcok theater
at tho Unlvorsity of California, Col
onel Roosevelt pleaded for tho cul
tural dovolopraont of tho country and
tho production of exceptional men in
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