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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1912)
THE DAILY WBBBASKW
AT THE THEATRES
fV7 'V- .
Gladys Weaver, Alpha Phi, 1915, -is
out -of school with a sovero attack of
Ruth Tlbhe'tts, Kappa Alpha Thota,
1912, is confined fo hor room with tho
Craig Rlchey, of Western Reserve
University, who has been visiting at
tho Alpha Tau Omoga houso, left yes
terday for Iowa City.
Havo Graves print It for you. 233
North Elovonth St.
Prank Hoffman, of Dorchestor, a
sophomoro onglneor, was taken sick
with typhoid fovor recontly and found
it necessary to leave school for tho
remainder of tho year.
Alpha Zota announces tho follow
ing pledges: Arthur Georgo, '13,
Cumro; Claudo Patrick, '13, Lincoln;
Leon Nelson, '14, Omaha; Vincont
Hoine, '14, Hooper..
Word hap boon recoived from Erny
Klnnoy, ox-1914, .that, tho University
of Southern California Is almost as
good a sohool to attond as old Ne
Georgo l3ros., oxport prlntors, on
gravora and ombossors, 13th ana N.
Pred Smith, a froshman from Su
perior In tho engineering collogo, is
out of school bocauso of a caso of
chicken-pox, contracted whllo on a
Leslie Wolch, who has boon In tho
hospital undergoing a slogo of typhoid
for tho past month, loft Monday with
his mothor for his homo in Wayno,
Nob. - . y
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 0 St. tf
Word from Jimmy Gibson assuros
tho Nobraskan that his hoart is still
with tho old school, though his busi
ness Is running a Colorado ranch.
Prof. G. E.-Howard of tho sociology
department spoko at tho Y. M. C. A.
mld-wook mooting lwt night on tho
subject "Tho Call for a Dynamic Ro-ligiou."
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
a $1.50 to $3.50.
MAGEE & DEEMER.
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
LOST -Book, "Romeo and AJulIot,'
Ralph's edition. Loavo at "Rag"
omco. oc-3t I
LOST Dolta Gamma bar pin.
turn to "Rag" offlco.
LOST On campus, small black purso
containing sovoral silvor dollars.
Roturn to "Rag" oillco. 051
FOR SALE A good mandolin cheap.
Auto L 8810. 1621 M St. 00-3t
FOR SALE Journal routo, to a stu
dont; best graft known; must havo
good backing; prlco, $1,600; ro
turns 22 per cont. Inqulro of Stato
FOR SALE A Smith Promlor typo
wrltor. This Is a good machino
whloh writes as woll as now. You
can buy this typowrltor for what
you pay to ront ono for two months.
Call at tho "Rag" office and see it.
FOR RENT Large warm rooms for
University girls only at 1220 R St,
Phono 1602. Prices reasonable.
WANTED A full-droBB suit. Size
about 35. Addross Dox 1162, Station
knowledge Somo aro acting as
guides and corporate, but most of
thorn aro still high privatos.
Mako your datoa early with Hagen
sick's Orohostra. Auto B-2990. tf
Ed Davis, former Nobraska student,
now nt Johns Hopkins, secured flrat
honors in an ozamlnation hold to allot
places to Johns Hopkins studonts in
tho Daltlmoro hospitals. Ho choso
tho Union Prosbytorian hospital..
Oscar Appolgato, of Gibbon, a 1911
graduato of tho Stato Farm, yester
day married Miss Edith. Rush of Lin
coln. Tho young people will mako
their homo at Gibbon.
. Tho Stato Farm f roshmon In a body
attended tho funeral of tholr class
mato, A. W. Dalo, yesterday at Don
ton. Tho deceased mot hlq death In
a railway accident at Ashland,
Tho Stato Farm basketball team is
entered in tho stato high school tournament.
B. &., Llndborg, a Farm senior, Is
seriously 111 with blood poison con
tracted from a sllghj- scratch received
in gym work thredweeks.ago.
Tho State Farm chorus has com
menced practice on commencement
music. There are eighty-five members
in the organization.
The second and third year drillers
at the Farm are now back in their
companies' applying their theoretical
Thursday, February 29.
Friday, March 1.
Alpha Thota Chi formal.
Elocution rocltal. Tomplo. '
Phi Gamma Dolta danco. Muslo
Dolta Upsllon danco. Walsh Hall.
Dolta Zota houso party.
Agricultural Club danco.
Gorman Club banquot. Llndoll
Baekotball garao with Kansas; In
formal. Danquot to Count Lutzow. Lincoln
Students.' Debating club.
Saturday, March 2.
JCappa Kappa Gamma formal.
Kappa Alpha Thota banquet, -.,
Basketball game with Kansas.
University night"" "
MARCH 4, 1912
SEATS NOW JELLING
$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
Woolcly shipmonta of tho boat thero
is in ohocolatoa.
California violots froah ovory day.
JW&l&v Drug Co,
13th. and O
For your orchestra call O. L. JoneB,
Freshman Committee to Meet
Tho, freshman cap committee will
meet at tho "Rag" office at 11: BO
o'clock, Friday morning to adopt a
report for tho class meeting which
will, bo held soon. Members of the
committee please be there.
Weber Sultorlum, 1100 O fit.
All members of the class who ar
working for two hourg credit meet in
u, t, Murcu z, at a. m,
KjJ !r IE ci
.dtClkli l eVL II zLi
.Today, 2:30 "RIGOLETTO"
Tonight, 8:15 "LAKME"
The Grazi Grand Opera Go,
Company of 80 Orchestra of 20
Night, $2 to 50c Mat., $1.50 to 50o
Frl., 8at. and Sat. Mat, Mar. 1, 2
"LET GEORGE DO IT"
Night, $1 to 25c; Mat., 50 o and 25o
!&. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 26th
EIQHT PALACE GIRLS
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Elliott and Folles Bergere Girls
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PRICES Matinee, 1Bo and 25o
Nights, 15o, 26c, 35o and 60o
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