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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
YIOLltt RECITAL AT CONVOCATION
MI88 FODREA GIVES FAREWELL
CONCERT TO A LARGE
The violin recital given by Miss
Gonovlovo Fotlroa at the Temple thea
ter yesterday morning, was enthus
iastically rocolved by a largo audience.
It was her last public appearance bo
foro going abroad, and a largo num
bor of friends and admirers wero
Miss Fodrea graduated from the
conservatory In 1909 and Is well
known In University circles. For sev
eral years her recltalB at convocation
havo beon a delight to all.
She leaves this month for Europe,
Where she will continue her studies
in Vienna and Berlin. She expects to
remain abroad at least a year.
The selections yesterday morning
wero rendered In her perfect charac
Istlc stylo. Tho audlonco was held
in motionless silence. The lack of
tlmo, made encores Impossible, de
spite tho persistent applause.
Tho program as given follows:
Legend 0 Carl Bonn
Au Bord d'um Ruisseau
Reno Do Bolsdoff re
Polmaiso Brillianto op. 21
Friday afternoon at 5:00, Miss
Hoppnor will give an illustrated lec
ture on Germany. Miss Hoppnor Is
a native of Germany and has been
It isn't always the best
soap that makes the most
Neither does the most
"dope" sell the best
More poor clothes are
sold every day than good
Inferior fabrics, tardy
styles, slip-shod workman
ship the suffering public
gets them all.
But not if they get Ken
sngtons, the clothes that fit
and stay fit.
MAGEE & DEEMER,
1109 O Street
HELP yourself nnd assist another by
calling R. Clark, Auto 5744, student
agent Yulo Laundry.
FOUND A sorority pin. Seo Bus.
Mgr. at Rag ofllce. . 14-3
FOUND On campus, a fountain pen.
Call at Rag ofllce. 13-3
brary or campus. Finder roturn to
Rag offlco. . 14-2
AT THE THEATRES
LOST A silver serpent pin. Return
to Rag offlco. 14-3
LOST Black leathor handbag with
long handle. Contained Onoto
fountain pen, etc. Return to Rag
offlco. , 13-3
LOST First year Gorman grammar,
owners namo in cover. Roturn to
Rag ofllce. 12-3
TONIGHT, 8AT. & 8AT. MAT.
Joa. M. GaltcB Presents
JOHN HYAMS and
In the Atmospheric Musical Play
"THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS"
60 People Augmented Orchestra
Night $1.50 to 50c. Mat. $1 to 50c
LOST Pair of noso glasses in case.
iMooro, Seattlo, maker. Roturn to
Rag ofllce. 12-3
TURIN YOUR BACK
on good advico abont your oyos if you will and lator rue tho day.
Tampor with them if you ploaso. Thoy aro yours. Thoy aren't
precious nor dolicato. You can got along without them by aid of
a boy, or a dog and string. For the truth about your oyos boo
Established 1871 WW rw I 1 rnTTT REGISTERED
114S 0 Slrcot r"1-YlL-! tCf 1 I OPTOMETRIST
LOST Gold Missouri Valley cham
pionship football, watch fob. Roturn
to Rag offlco. Reward.
ONE furnished room. Will also 'rent
piano. Enquire at 1323 S St. 14-3
abroad many times Blnco her arrival
in America. Last summer she con
ducted a party of University girls
through Germany and tho neighbor
ing countries. Her talk will bo very
interesting and instructive.
Don't forgot Johnny Laird at 1206
O St 14-5t
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Bible Classes Begin.
A very attractive schedule of Blblo
classes for this semester has beon ar
ranged by tho Y. W. C. A. committee
having such matters in charge.
Tho classes begin next week and
early registration is recommended as
a few of tho classes aro limited. The
following is tho program:
History of Jewish People:
Prof, Hoffman, Thursday, 3:30.
Mr. Rosborough, Monday, 5.00
Miss Etta Ageo, Friday, 1:00.
Lifo of Christ:
Miss Ruth Easterday, Wed., 5:00.
1 Tho program to be given by tho
Palladlan Literary society will bo in
the nature of a mock trial. Meeting
begins at 8:15 and visitors are -invited.
Mrs. Sheldon Talks to Girls.
Tuesday afternoon, October 17th, at
5 o'clock, Mrs. A. E. Sholdon, former
Dean of Women at Doano College,
will givo a talk in tho Y. M. C. A.
room, on "Tho College Woman's Opportunity."
Tho College Inn Barbor Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. -127 N. 12th.
FOR SALE Law books used this
year, Torts and Domestic Relations.
Also agency and equity. Cheap.
Call Auto 7854. 827 So. 12th. 11-3
I llinni U A1ATINEDS (Except Monday) a30
LINUULN GVENINOS AT 8,30
ao02S8 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Opening Monday Eve. Oct. 9
"9 C R O O G E"
ORIGINAL FOUR LONDONS
"GENERAL" EDWARD LAVINE
SMITH AND MELNOTTE TWINS
8MYTHE AND HARTMAN
BARGAIN MATINEE8 15c & 25c
NIGHT8 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
CATHOLIC STUDENTS MEET.
Tho Catholic Studonts club will
hold their first regular meeting to
night In Science hall at tho Tomplo
building. Important matters will bo
considered and a largo attendance of
both old and prospective members is
Goorgo Bros., ongravlng, monogram
stationery, dance programs.
Talk with LUDWIG
Abovt Your Fall Clothes
Ludwig the Tailor 102a o street
Medical Society Meets.
A mooting of tho medical society
will bo hold on Friday, October 1?, at
5 p. m. in N 210. All medics aro urged
A. W. ADSON, President.
BLAZEK'S special pictures for stu
dents, 75c and $1.75 per dozon.
1306 O St.
Class In Geography 9 will moot in
U 7 Saturday, October 14, at 8 a. m.
for field work.
G. E. CONDRA.
See Los Hyde when in need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
Be sure to get a Memory Book. We have the best.
Loose leaf, 50 sheet mounting paper,
Only $2.00, seal or N on cover.
' NEAREST THE STUDENT
, 318 N. 11th St
Fountain Pens, Etc.
Visit our Soda Fountain
Hot and Cold Drinks
Huyler Choc, and Bon Boris
Student's Lunch 15c
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
Any Make :: Any Time -3
MONTHS $6.00 '
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET - .
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