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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1912)
TH1B DAILY K1BRASKAN
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A comunlcatloh from Fremont
Mitchio, ox-'14, slatos that ho is In tho
shoep 'business near Casper, Wyom
Edwin Fricko, '10, of Plattsmouth,
Is visiting at tho Phi Psi house.
' Prof. Gcorgo Condra has gono to
Kansas City tb deliver several lectures
before tho Kansas City Land Show,
now in progress, on various phases of
tho conservation movement.
Have Graves print it for you.
North Eleventh St
Assistant Prof. N. A. Bongston loc
turod beforo tho Hitchcock County,
Teachors Association hi' Trenton last
-Saturday on "Industrial Geography"
and "Geography of Nebraska."
Invitations havo boon Issued for tho
marrlago of. William Earl Hamilton, of.
Earlham, Neb., and Zora Fitzgerald,
of Omaha. The wedding will take
placo March 8, 1912, at tho bride's
homo in- Omaha. Mr. Hamilton be
longed to tho olass of 1911 and .to
Delta tlpjijlon fraternity. Miss Fitz
gerald graduated in 1911, and is a
member of PI Beta Phi.
' Georgo Bros., , expert printers, on
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
. Georgo Proud, who left school last
semester on account of tho typhoid
epidemic, has written that instead of
coming back to sohool as ho Intended
to do, ho is practicing law at Cam
bridge, JNeb. "Mr. Proud was" a Ne
braska law graduate of '10, but had
boon doing academic work last semester.
Carl Hutchinson, 1911, was hero
from Omaha Sunday to aid in the
initiation of tho Alpha Tau Omoga
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
Ralph E. Woavorllng, .1911, who is
practicing law at North Bend, Nob.,
was in Lincoln Sunday evening oh a
E B. .Bergor, who graduated at tho
mid-winter commencement, is doing"
somo privato work for Professor Hoff
man in connqotlon with dovolopmonts
in heating and vontllating engineering.
STATE FARM NOTES.
Hereaftor tho Aggies will use tho
campus armory two nights a week and
their own armory but once a' week.-
Guy Reed, popular Nebraska athlete,
has been socured to coach tho Stato
Farm track team for. tho March ath
etotic meet, '
"' The Aggies broko tho basketball
hoodoo which has been dogging them
for weeks when they defeated David
City 16 to 20 and Cedar Bluffs 3G to
19, last Friday night.
The man who gave a
party without -inviting his
brother explained that he
had to draw the line some
where. Don't draw' the line on
spring shirts till you've
You would be making
a grave mistake.
New Manhattans are
now showing as durable
and comfortable as ever,
and even more beautiful.
Splendid Madras and
French Whipcord fabrics
-plain and pleated in
$1.50 to $3.50.
fountain Don. Ownor can
havo tho samo by identifying it and
paying for this ad. 90-3t
LOSTA Fronch book, "La Chuto."
Roturn to tho "Rag" ofllco. 93-lt
LOST A Waterman pon, old modol.
Finder pleaso roturn to "Rag" onlco.
LOST A pigskin cigar caso on tho
campus, Thursday. Finder roturn
to Rag ofllco.
LOST Bollcs Non-lcnknblo fountain
pon. Finder roturn to Nobraskan
LOST Ono Watorman Idoal fountain
pen, No. C. Roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
LOST Gold Swastika pin Monday aU
ternoon, probably In Chom lab Ro
turn to Rag ofllco.
LOST Watorman fountain pon. In
itials on barrel. Ploaso roturn to
"Rag" ofllco. 90-2t
AT THE THEATRES
Wed., Thu. & Thu. Mat,, Feb. 28-29
Of Parle, France
The Grazi. Grand Opera Go.
Presents In French
Thu. .Mat, "RIQOLETTO"
ThU. Night, "LAKME"
Company of 80 Orcheetra of 20
Night, $2 to 50c; Mat., $1.50 to 60c
Mar. 1, 2, "LET OEORQE DO IT"
FOR SALE Drill suit, used slightly;
coat 30, pants about 34 prlco right.
Call "Rag" oflico. 02-3t
2YIAQEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Straw Voto at Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin will
conduct a straw ballot on tho coming
presidential contest. Cp-edB aB well
as men will bo requested to voto, but
the ballots of women are to bo
checked so that they may bo distinguished.
All students should visit the "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S I. Chaplin, Prop.
FOR SALE Journal routo, to a stu
dont; best graft known; must havo
good backing; prlco; $1,600; re
turns 22 per cent. Inquiro of Stato
&.S ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. N'ght, Feb. 26th
EIGHT PALACE QIRL8
"HONOR AMONG THIEVES"
MACK and ORTH
"TED" BAILEY'8 D0G8
Elliott and Follea Bergere Girls
BELL & R08AMOND CARON
PRICE8 Matinee, 16c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 26c, 35c and 60c
FOR SALE A Smith Promlor type
writer. This is a good machlno
which wrltos as woll as now. You
can buy this typowrltor for what
you pay to ront ono for two months.
Call at tho "Rag" ofllco and soe it.
Dr. Orin Lamb
U. of N. Olnn of 'XI
B3740 208 Ganter Bldg. 12th O "
FOR RENT--Largo warm rooms for
University girls only at 1220 R St.
Phono 1662.. Prices reasonable.
Mies Coulter to Talk.
Miss Coulter, genoral secretary of
tho Wosleyan Young Women's Chris
tian Association,; will speak at tho
Tuesday afternoon mooting in tho Y.
M. O. A. rooms at 5:0Q o'clock. 'Miss
Avllda Moore will sing.
Columbia Wins Aquatic Meet.
By a scoro of 36 to 17 tho Columbia
swimming team dofeated Brown in an
oquatlc meet tho later part of last
week. A very Interesting game of
"watqr polo was played.
Geoggo Knottloand Harry Dolano,
both Farm graduates of last year, vis
ited tho campus yesterday.
"Edwin Joary spoko at tho Stato
"Farm convocation this morning.
Oscar Appolgato, a former State
Farm student and graduate, is 'visit
ing with Ag students this week.
Thornburg's Orchestra dollghts
dancers with popular ' hits. Auto B
256G. ' tf
Facing Quiz? Drink Tea.
During examination weok"the Y. W.
O. A. at Michigan soils a great quan
tity of tea to tho co-eds. Tho girls
claim this beverldgo Is a wonderful
alT In clear thinking and steady
in wants room-ma
havo modern room. Auta B 4448.
WANTED Two girls for largo front
room at 1439 S. St. & 9l-3t
Weekly shipments pf tho best there
is in chocolates.
Lowney'a " fnacrttVm
California violets fresh ovory day.
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O
Original, Electric, Shoe.
Alway reliable and up to,
142 North 12th Street
JTSog us for .your
fl next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N, 14 Si
Divorces Corrupting 8tudents.
Becauso of tho bad'Uffbct upon the
students of tho frequent dlvorco cases
at Reno, tho Nevada legislature Ms
seriously considering tho rpmoval of
tho stato university.
Special shoe sale this week at tho
Men's Bootery, 12th and P Sts.
When You Brak Your Glaasem don't take them jwhero yoi have
to wait two or threo days to got them flxod; Come Hre Wo are pre
pared to grind tho most difficult lens .while you wait. Export opticians
to make brokon frames and mountings look like new.
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you fee the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made. .
Our way costs no more..
Beiufe to see our linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
Phon -4&T '.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the ciy
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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