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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1912)
ENTERTAINS LARGE AUDIENCE
WILL PLAY FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 6
Band Has Risen to National Position
Under Leadership of Director
The band again proved themselves
the original noise blenders at convo
cation yesterday morning. The pro
gram was somewhat more classical
than -that which thrilled the excited
faces upon the bleachors last fall, but
it waB played with the same zest and
Their program was:
March Niobelunger Wagner
Intermezzo La Cinquantaine
The Red Men Sousa
Loose Lucas Successor to "Alexan
C. B. Cornell, '05, Ib the director of
the band this year. .Ho has had con
siderable experience in directorship,
havlhg been chief musician of the
band two years ago while an under
graduate, the leader of the Peru band
for thr.eo years, and the director of a
cadet band at the Jamestown Expo
sition. When Cornell was a senior,
ho organized a band of local musi
cians who won tho first prize of $300
at the National Encampment-of Mod
ern Woodmen which, was hold at Mil
waukee. Under tho direction of Mr.
Cornell, the University band has at-
Easy picking get a
good shirt at a price here
Big lot of $1.50, $1.75
and $2 shirts Empire,
Calumet and M. & D.
brands at one price 95c.
Lewis underwear, warm
woolen, heavy-weight cot
ton and mercerized union
suits $3 to $5 grades 1 -4
And speaking of warm
things, don't forget our
overcoats stylish and
durable garments at a sub
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Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
EXCHANGED BY MISTAKE AM
Senior Prom, Honey for a bchooio
dorby. Latter, initials H. M., now
at Rag ofTlco to exchange for for
Hickman Is Improving.
L. A. Hickman, who has been sick
with typhoid fovor at his home in
Soward, Ib ablo to bo up and about
tho house and oxpcctB to return to the
University noxt semester.
Thi Third Regular Term
Begins January 29th
All Branches of Ap
plied Music Taught
Harmony, History of Music
Theory, Analysis, Pedagogy
and Public School Music
AT THE THEATRES
TODAY 2:35 TONIGHT 8:15
HENRY W. 8AVAQE OFFERS
THE PULLMAN CARNIVAL
MAT. $1 to 50c. NIGHT $1.50 to 50c
THURSDAY NIGHT, JAN. 25
FINI8H WRE8TI1ING MATCH
REIMER V8. 8CHMIDT
DOPE OR GLASSES-WHICH? Why try to euro that which
pills or powders cannot intluonco? Do you know that headaches aro
brought about moro by tho EYES than by any othor agoncy ? If you
Buffer evdr-80-.ofton with headaches it is doubtloss a caso of EYESTRAIN
and not disordered stomach. '
BTmisHEom, HALLETT KE,
talned a national reputation afc one
of the best college bands in tho coun
try and one of which any school
might well be proud.
The band Is ono of tho biggest
boosters on the entire campus and
has brought honor arid glory to the
Scarlet and Cream wherever it has
gone. It deserves the yery heartiest
support of every loyal CornhuBkor,
and opportunity is offered In tho an
nual concert to bo given at tho Oliver
Friday evening. .
The annual concert last year was
more or less of a financial failure, but
it was only because tho students
failed to-, appreciate a "good thing."
Those who attended were treated to
a real delight of muBlc, aside from
the pleasure of boosting a bunch which
has made more noise for Nebraska
than any other which can bo found.
There is no reason whatever why
tho cpneert Friday evening should
not be a big success. Tho music itself
will b'o'a mixture of classical and rag
time which will in turn thrill and riot
through the soul of everyone present.
College spirit and enthusiasm will
reign Bupromo and campus songs and
yells will give tho time of his life to
the fly cop in "Uni box." Even tho
verso, though not tho chorus, of "Tho
Hamburger Show" would not sound
Inappropriate, and all can yell, with
truth, "Who did It? THE BAND."
Yes, we might as well "sing, yell,
and bo merry, for noxt week will bo
Bo Bure to remember tho Hampton
Orchestra Club. Fraternity Bldg.
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V:.',?.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Jan. 22.
ROONEY and BENT.
ED. F. REYNARD.
HINTON and WOOTON.
HARVEY and DE VORA TRIO
THE TO88ING AU8TIN8.
MATINEE BEST 8EAT8 25c
NIGHT 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Weekly shipmonts of tho best thoro
is in chocolates.
California violots frosh ovory day.
Vleter Drug Co.
13th and O
Dinner Ui30 to Ji30 )("
Supper 5i30 to 7i30 ItOL
Also Cafcterlan StyU
Van Riper Leaves Wesleyan.
Dr. B. W. Van Riper, professor of
philosophy at tho Nebraska Wesleyan
University, has resigned his position
and will accept a similar ono in tho
University of Boston. H1b resigna
tion will bo effective at tho ond of
tho present semester. Mr. Van Riper
has boon connected with Wesleyan
Tho Hyde Printery, 1331 P St, up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
SENIOR MEETING TUESDAY.
All seniors who expect to graduate
February 15 will meet Thursday, Jan
uary 25, at 11:30 o'clock in Memorial
Hall to arrange for commencement
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Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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