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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1912)
THE DAILY NBBRABKAN
A. M. Oberfclder, 1011, who has
boon omploycd in tho office of tho
Rodpath Lyceum Bureau at Kansas
City, has roslgned to become Identi
fied with tho S. 0. Blbo Threshing
Machino and Foundry Supply com
pany of Denver, Colo.
MIbb Etta B. Ageo, tho general sec
retary of the City Y. W. C. A., will
speak on "Tho Young Women's Chris
tian Association as a Social Force" in
tho Y. W. C. A. rooms at 6:00 p. m
Tuesday. Miss Ruth Malono will
Phi Kappa Psl announces tho pledg
ing of William Utterback of Nebraska
Luciio'vBell, 1913, has loft Nebraska
for AmosIowa, whero sho will attend
school for tho rest of tho year.
Miss Eva Lambert, 1914, of Grand
Island has returned to Nebraska after
a Bemestor's absence.
SIGMA NU'8 FORFEIT GAME.
Phi PbPs Win Interfraternlty Contest
Last night tho Sigma Nu'b and tho
Phi Kappa Psl's were schedulod to
play basketball at tho Armory, but
tho Sigma Nu team failed to show up,
thus forfeiting tho gamo to tho Phi
Tonight tho Alpha Tau Omega team
and tho Delta Tau Delta teams will
struggle for honors. Both teamB have
won tho games in which they havo
played, and this promises to bring
forth a largo crowd of spectators.
Alfred Munger, 1911, has registered
in tho Law school, aftor being out of
school for a somestor.
P. J. Haldorson, who assisted In tho
Political Economy dopartmont last
year, has resigned tho prlnclpalBhlp
at Bancroft and starts this week for
Washington, D. C, whore ho has a
position in tho Congressional Library.
Mobos Hawloy, Sigma Nu, camo up
from Nebraska City last Saturday to
attend tho Iron Sphinx formal.
Charles B. Poery, 1913, spent tho
week's ond with his parents at Au
Mabel Rltchio vlBlted with her pa
ronts at South Bend last Saturday and
Philip A. Schwartz, a graduato of
Lafayotto Collogo, is in Lincoln mak
ing a sorlos of speeches on the subject
of tho Student Voluntoor movement.
Ho is traveling ns a roproscntatlvo o'f
tho socioty and is now on his way to
tho lntorcollegiato convention to bo
hold at Cotnor during tho next week.
John Bovoy, of Croto, who loft tho
School of Agriculturo last fall, has re
entered school in tho junior class.
Books for Valentines havo taken tho
placo of tho old-tlmo celluloid and
paper article that was usually dis
carded tho morning after. A copy of
Riley's "Lovo Lyrics," "An Old Sweet
heart of Mino," or "Whon Sho Was
About Sixtoon," illustrated by Christy
and others, 1b about as appropriate
and nccoptablo as anything you can
offor. You will find them at tho Lin
coln Book Storo, 112G O St. TJk
Engineer's Hop Report.
86 tickets at $1,50. . . .$129.00
1 ticket lost X 50 $127 . 50
Lincoln Hbtol $70.00
Hydo Printqjy .r..'r-22.50
Cab for patron 2.00 A
Balanco ..'. $3.50
JOHN K. SELLECK.
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Photos Soon or Never,
All Juniors and seniors who havo
not had pictures for tho' Cornhusker
finished must select proofs at onco
and order picturos if thoy nro to" bo
ready In time for tho Cornhusker.
FOUND Moore's non-leakablo foun
tain pen. Call Arnold, Auto 1509.
LOST A black gauntlet glovo, be
tween tho Chom. Lab. and Adminis
tration Hall. Return to tho Rag
WILL tho person who picked up a
black leather purse with a fountain
pen, In tho Tomplo, roturn It to this
office and avoid trouble 77-2t
LOST O. H. S. '10 pin, botweon Fra
ternity Hall and S street. Roturn to
Rag offlco and rocelvo reward.
LOST On campus, Watorman &
Mooro non-leakablo pen. Roturn to
Rag offlco and claim roward. 76-3
LOST Two first-year French bookB.
Kindly roturn to tho Rag office.
W. F. Goodman.
As much difference in caps
as in men.
Breeding, individuality and
style belong to a Heidcap
just as they do to the men
who wear them.
A cheap cap couldn't look,
nor wear, like a Heidcap any
more than a hobo could look,
nor wear, like a gentleman
Tthe MAN BENBATH XlJ
JDNT Largo steam-heated,
Lorn room, with large
for students. Convenient to sani
tary bathroom; private entrance; 3
blacks from University. Tho Mar
quette, 16th and S Sts., Apartment
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT AT 8MB
IN "MI88 DUDEL8ACK"
PRICES $2.00 to 50c.
THUR8bAY NIGHT, FEB. 8
MAHMOUT V8. ROMANOFF
rs advanced vaudevill
Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 6th
MR. & MRS. JACK MJGREEVY
TH08E FOUR EN.TERTAINER8
BOB AND TIP TRIO
RRICE8 Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
Weber Sultorlum, 1100 O St.
ITHE MAN BENBATH n
LOOKS LIKE A GBNTLEMAN
Sold by the high class dealers
FRANK P. HUD & CO.
For yourSteaki, Ohopa and Quisle
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Street
Ticteets $1.25 HagemsicH's Orchestra
He Wants Your Patronage
He sell all kinds of Station
ery and School Supplies.
1123 O St., Yellow Front
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and 6 Street
P. J. HALL. Pri!fnt v
F. K. JOHNSON, Vlc-Prl(ln
TT. W. HACKNEY, JR., Awt. Ck.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
13th and P.
Weekly shipments of tho beat thero
is in chocolated. .
California violets fresh every day.
13th and O
Do Your Laundry
Dinner Ut30 to lt30 IE
Supper 5.30 to 7.30. LdO
Also Caftrlan StyU
ALMOST TIME .
It's almost time to talk SPRING CLOTHES to you men, who
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WANT WHAT YOU WANT and this Men's Store is going V?
- to show a line that you will be glad to see, . '
See the new Manhattan Shirts.
FARQUHAR, 1325 O
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