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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1912)
THE D.AILY N1BRA8KAM
' CLASSIFIED COLUMN
AT THE THEATRES
DOMIC. OPERTBY KQSMETS
.LYRICAL PLAV WRITTEN BY NE-
BRA8KAN TO B' PRESENTED
;IN THE SPRING.
Who snld tho Koaniet Club wna
mostly hot nlr? Though it 1b truo
that comic opera enthusiasts have
been saying nothing lately in regard
to their plaiiR for a college opera, to
be written by some student of Ne
braska, or an alumni, nevertheless
much work has been done during the
last three months on an opera which
was presented to the club at a meet
ing hold at the Delta Tau Delta house
Tho effort is unique in every detail
and tho music and lyricB are very ap
propriate to college life such as wo
see at our own university. It is per
haps needless to say that the opera
was accepted. It was also decided
at the mooting that tho tryouts would
be hold 'in the near future so that
work can begin as soon as possible
for the first appearance of the Kos
mots in comic opera.
Shoo .Sale 10 to 50 per cent dis
count on all shoes, oxfordB and slip
pers, except Walkover, Douglas and
Sorosls. Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129
STUDENTS FIGHT SICKNESS
PREVAILING EPIDEMIC DOES NOT
Although in the city of Lincoln
enough new cases of typhoid fever
nro reported every day to gain the
proportions of an epidemic, so far
none have been discovered in the Uni
versity. Since the outbreak of
ptomaine poisoning, tho deans have
had to issue' no more than the normal
number of excuses for sickness.
Shower baths at Green's Barbe'r
Shop,' 120 No. 11th.
YALE BUILDS BIG GRANDSTAND.
Elis Plan Big Improvement In Athletic
Tho Committee of Twenty-one, ap
pointed by the president of tho Yale
alumni udvisory board'at the request
of the corporation, which had as Its
purposo tho -development of nthletlc
facilities at Yale, are making arrange
ments to build a permanent fire-proof
football stand with a capacity of GO,
000 persons and a separate baseball
stand with a capacity of 20,000. In
addition they will build a qlub house,
or flold gymnasium, suitably equipped
with a largo number pf lockers,
shower bathB, dressing rooms, and a
large meeting room.
' George BroB., dxpert printers, en
gravorsand embossers, 13th and N.
7 L. C. Llchty Pledged.
' Beta Theta PI 'announces, tho pledg
ing of L. C. Llchty of Carlofon, Nebr.
.nMANT U 'T!w
We have an elephant
on our hands in the shape
of broken lines left from
Winter underwear spec
ials for quick clearance,
wool and heavy cotton un
ions and two-piece suits
20 to 50 off.
Manhattan shirts are
still offered at sale prices,
30 to 35 off.
About 60 suits and
overcoats, also a quantity
of winter caps all to go
at half price.
Don't fail to look them
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
AT 1.120 S good board may bo secured
for $3.50 por week. Try it.
LOST Bunch of keyB on campus.
. .Finder return to Rag office. 04-1.
LOST Gold mounted Mooro non- leak
ablo fountain pen on campus. En
graved "C. II. Summer, 1911." Re
LOST Gold watch, botwoon Chom.
Lab. and Lincoln Academy. Return
to Rag office. 65-3
LOST -Watch and O. W, L. ring on
fob, between 10:30 and 12:00 o'clock
Tuesday. Finder return to Nobras
kan office and receive reward.
n j ji fh fi f n nnA ft
FOR RENT Splendid room for two,
with privato family; well lighted
and heated; every convenience;
accommodations excellent. G30 No
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Tigers Entertain Farmers.
Two thousand farmers are. being
entertained at the University of Mis
souri during thjs week. It is the an
nual "Farmers' Week" at Columbia,
and special agricultural courses are
being given for thq farmer's by tho
See Les Hydo when In need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
'Alpha Chls to Dance.
The Alpha Chi Omega will hold an
informal dance at the Temple, Friday
the 12th. Miss Ruth Randolph will
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L.' Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Black Masques to Meet.
- There will be a Black Masque meet
ing at 11: do o'clock today In the Ad
ministration building. It is important
that al lBhould be present.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
:Ag Club "Gives -Dancer
- The, Agricultural Club will hold an
Informal dance In Fraternity Hall,
Friday evening, January 12.
Ag. Club Cornhuskqr picture. Town
send's, Saturday, January 13. 12:45.
Lincoln -Hotel '
TONIGHT AT 8:15
SHEEHAN OPERA COMPANY
With Jos. F. Sheeh'an and Star Cast
lln the Comlo Opera, the
"LOVE TALES OF HOFFMAN"
Prices $1,50 to 50c
Frl., Sat. and 8at. Mat., Jan. 1213
"ALMA, WHERE DO YOU. LIVE?"
Night, $1.50 to 50c; Mat., $1 to 25c
!&&. AOVANGED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Monday Night, 'Jan. 8
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Bell 333 1 18 North 13 St. Auto 333a
Baggage :: Freight
Give us a call
Weekly ehipments of tho host thoro
is in chocolates.
j California violets fresh evory day.
Vleier Drug Co.
13th and O
SCOTT AND KEANE
DOROTHY ROGERS &.CO.
BOYNTON AND MYER8
ALVIN AND KENNEY
Matinees Best 8eats 25c
Nights 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Try a lunch at the Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y.MC.A. 13th and P.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Alivdys reliable and up to
he minute J
142 North 12th Street
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 O St.
fSeo Us for your
next job of
us to make each-job
please. 128 N. 14 St.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served'atall hours
Student's 3-Course Lunch lSc
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Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET
January 19 '12
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