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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRABKAlf
ALEXANDER FjRJIBLE STUDY
Nebraska professor declares
all colleges will take
it up in fifty years.
The large cabinet of the Young
Woman's Christian Association met
in the Association room In the Temple
Following a supper and business
meeting, Dr. Alexander of tiie Philos
ophy department gave a short ad
dress. Speaking upon "The Value of
Bible Study," he predicted that within
fifty years the state universities will,
as do many eastern colleges How, give
complete courses in the Btudy of the
Bible for its literature, history and
key to the study of the English and
of foreign languages.
Be sure to remember the Hampton
Orchestra Club. Fraternity Bldg.
Sem. Bot. Meeting.
The next meeting of the Sem. Bo(.
will be held Saturday, January 27.
The program for that meeting will be
"Parasitism: An Analysis and Sug
gested Interpretation," Prof. E. Meade
"Respiration: An Analysis," Prof.
O. K. K. Link.
George BroB., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
PI Phi Pledge. .
Pi Beta Phi announces the pledging
of Miss Sarah Outcalt, '15, of Lincoln.
DOPE OR GLASSES-WHICH? Why try to cure that which
pills or powders cannot influence? Do you know that hoadachoa aro
brought about more by tho EYES than by any othor agency? If you
suffer ever soofte'n with hoadaches it is doubtless a case of EYESTRAIN
and not disordered stomach.
ESTABLISHED 1871 - LI ZI I FTTTT RHMHIED
m30 nrVLLCy 1 1 OPTOMETRIST
5:00 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
Band Concert. Oliver Theatre.
Delta. Delta Delta dance.. Temple.
Alpha Phi dance. House.
8:00 p. m.
Students' Debating Club.
Medical Society. N. 210.
German Dramatic Club. Palladian
Kearney Club. Temple Scienco
Sigma Phi EpBilon house dance.
Delta Gamma dance. Polsom's
Alpha Omicron Pi. Music Hall.
Black Masue-Innocent dinner.
Delta Chi Pledge.
Delta Chi announces tho pledging of
Stuart Gould of Omaha.
Thirty cents pays for the BeBt Din
ner in Lincoln, at Balcefta Cafe. Also
high class a la carte service. We
have the big juicy steaks.
Tickets $1.25 Hagensicb's Orchestra
Cinders are about the
only things that catch the
eye of some people.
Not so with wide-awakes
looking for oppor
tunities. If you are in this class,
we are showing things
right now that will catch
Kensington blue serge
suits at 1 -4 off the most
serviceable and popular of
Liberal inducements on
our copious stock of win
MAQEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
greater volume of college spirit which
so many times this semester has been
recognized by not only ourselves, but
byother great universities.
February Graduates Meet.
Tho members of tho February grad
uating class aro requested to meet to
day in Memorial Hall at 11:30 a. in.
The business of tho meeting will be to
decide on graduation questions, such
as commencement invitations and
Make your dates early with Hagen
sick's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Vereln Germanla Picture.
All members of the "Veroin Ger
manla" aro urgently requested to
meet at Townsend's, Saturday, Janu
ary 27, at 12:30, to have the Corn
busker picture taken. Bo on time.
Pres. H. H. W.
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Sigma Chi Pledge.
Sigma Chi announces the pledging
of Robert McFarlane, 1915.
J C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St. tf
CATCn YOurc. ci c8
LOST On campus, Watorman &
Moore non-leakablo pen. Return to
Rag offlco and claim reward. 76-3
LOST Two first-year Fronch bookB.
Kindly roturn to the Rag offlco.
W. F. Goodman.
LOST Between Thirteenth street nnd
Uni. Library, open-faco silver watch
with chain. Finder roturn to 330
No. 13th St. Reward.
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Dell 333 ti8 North 13 St. Auto 333a
Baggage :t Freight
Give us a call
Tht Third Ragular Term
Begins January 29th
All Branches of ftp-
plied Music Taught
Harmony, History of Music
Theory, Analysis, Pedagogy
and Publi c School Music
Soo Los Hyde when In need ot pro
grams, menus and other printing.
N ebrasKa vs. Ames
Feb'y 2 and 3 Informal Sat'y
Tickets at Co-op.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
AT THE THEATRES
SAT. MAT. & NIGHT, JAN. 27
HENRY B. HARRI8 PRE8ENT8
The Best Comedy of tho 8eason
"THE COUNTRY BOY"
MAT. $1 to 50c. NIQHT $1.50 to 50c
Tues., Jan. 30 "Around the Clock."
Feb. 1-3 "The Round-Up."
I lUPni U MATINEES (Gxc.pt Monday) ara
LIMUULn BVBNINQS AT 8jo
'.'.'.. ADVANCED VADDEVILLE
Commencing M6n. Night, Jan. 22.
ROONEY and BENT.
ED. F. REYNARD.
HINTON and WOOTON.
HARVEY and DE VORA TRIO
THE TO88INQ AU8TIN8.
MATINEE BE8T 8EAT8 25c
NIQHT 16c, 25c, 35c,' 50c.
Dinner Ul30 to Jl30 'Iff
Supper 5i30 to 7i30 LvJ
Also Cafittrlan StyU
The Collego Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin ft
Co. 127 N. 12th.
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
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