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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1912)
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. Anno Wright, 1014, has returned
from Omaha, where sho has been vis
iting hor sister, vho Is seriously 111.
Eleanor Bustard, Chi Omega, 1915,
left Sunday for hor homo in Virginia.
Later in tho spring sho will make a
trip to Florida.
Havo Gravos1 print" It for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
, Dana Van DuBon,. who has been
slightly ill for soveral days, Iras re
turned to school to resume his studies
and his duties' as edltor-ln-chlof of
Kappa Sigma announces the pledg
ing of. Otis Taylor, of Madison, Ne
Georgo Bros., expert prlntors, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Finn Howard, v '07, of Columbus? will
. spend sovernl days at the Alpha Tau
. Omega house.
L. L. Zook, a Nebraska graduate of
several yeara ago, has just published
a very creditablo bulletin on "Tho
Cross Breeding of Corn."
C, H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St
Delta Zeta announces tho pledging
of Misses Mlna Thlerolf, Plattsmouth,
Neb.: Mario Piert, Flandreau, S. D.;
Ruth Inholder, Plorco, Nob.; Almeo
Arnold, Lincoln, Nob.
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones,
STATE FARM NOTES.
Tho Ceres Club, composed of Stato
Farm faculty women, mot at the home
of TMIbb Zimmer last Saturday afternoon.
Miss . Mary Ellon Brown, absent
from school a week on account of Ill
ness, Jias returned to hor Domestic
Science work tit, the Farm.
Miss Hedges,, after a week's ab
sence on account of the illness and
death of her mother, has roturned to
her work In tho Domestic Science do
partmentat tho Farm.
Katherlno Potring, a student of tho
S. of A was called homo Friday on
account of tho death of hor mother.
Tho Ralphl Komba Club will give
a dance March 16 'at St. George's
Studio. Tho club is composed of'.aov
entoen of tho girls at H. E. Hall.
Tho Farm Y. W. C. A. will glvo a
six o'clock dinner this evening at H.
E. Hall for Miss Eva Morris, terri
torial secretary of Y. WVC. A. . ,
Make your dates early with Hagen
lck's. Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Law Appointments Made.
Chairman R. D. Fuller of tho' senior
law class .has announced tho follow
Barboque committee: V. C. Haskall,
chairman: R, D. Hawloy, A,, C
Class picture committee: R. M.
Switzler, D: D, BoyleB.
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 youve
You would be dicing
a jgrave 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.
IYIAGEE & DEEMER
FOR SMJDrFOult, uged.sUghtlyy
coat 3G, pants about 34; prlco right.
Call "Rag" offlco'. 02-3 1
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FOR SALE Journal routo, to a Btu
dent; best graft known; must havo
good backing; prlco, $1,600; re
turns 22 per cent. Inqttlro of Stato
FOR SALE A Smith Promlor type
writer. This lo a good raachlno
which wrltos as woll as now. You
can buy this typowritor for what
you pay to rent ono for two months.
Call at tho "Rag" offlco and soo It.
FOR RENT Largo warm rooms for
University girls "only at 1220 R St.
Phono 16(32. Prices reasonable
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 pir out IMirnt "'
$t06 Opt ns an Account
With the First Natloaal Bank.
Cor. 10th ud O.
Ito ymr Steaks, Chops umA QmUk
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Strett
Thursday, February 29. .
Pershing Rifles. ", V ..
Friday, March 1.
Alpha Theta Chi formal.
Elocution recital. Temple.
'Phi Gamma Delta dance. Music
Hall,. Temple. . .'
Delta TJppllon dance, WalBh Hall.
Delta Zeta house party."
Agricultural Club danco.
German Club banquet. Lihdell
Hotel. , ;.-'
. Baskotball game with Kansas;' In
formal. ' .
3aturday, March 2. ,
JCappa Kappa Gamma formal.
Kappa Alpha Theta banquet.
Basketball game with Kansas,
University night. w
Weber Suitorium, 1
PROOF Is convincing, and oiir largo, and steadily increasing
v patronage furnishes the evidence that our expert service in tho adjust
ment of Eyeglasses and Spectacles is appreciated., We have ever
maintained that there is nothing too good for the eyes, and therefore
furnish tho best only,
Perfect fitting lenses and frames cost no more than Ill-fitting ones.
MARCH 4, 1912
SEATS NOW SELLING
$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Try Our Luncheonettes
They ar always the best
We serve hot and cold
drink all winter long;.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
weekly shipments of tho best thoro
1b in chocolates.
California viojots frosh every day,
Winter Drue: Go.
Tonight, Thu. and Thu. Mat.
Of Paris, France
The Grazi Grand Opera Go.
Presents In French
Thu. Mat., "RIQOLETTO"
. Thu. Night, "LAKME"
Company of 80 -Orchestra of 20
Night, $2 to 50c; 'Mat., $1.50 to 60c
Mar1, 2, "LET GEORGE DO IT"
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