The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 05, 1912, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEB BALKAN
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ABOUT PEOPLE
Joseph T. . Votava, the 1911 law
graduate who was for threo yearB a
member of tho lntercolleglato debat
ing association, and who delivered
laBt year's Ivy Day oration, 1b prac
ticing law In Omaha In connection
with A. W. Jeffries at the Omaha Na
tional Hank building
Dana VanDviBon has gone to Oma
ha for several days to visit his par
ents, who have just returned from an
extended trip in the south.
MIbs BoBBie RobortB, a senior, who
waB ono of tho victims of the recent
typhoid fovor epidemic, is out of the
hospital after several weekB of se
vere illness. Though much better Bho
will not resume her school work un
til next week.
C. H. Frey. floriBt, 1133 O St.
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S. V. Shonka, of David City, cap
tain of the 1911 football team, was
In tho city Inst week
K. C. Brownell, Acacia 1912, has
accepted the superlntendency of the
Hooper public schools.
Richard Wostover, Kappa Sigma,
1915, 1b out of school with a severo
case of typhoid fever.
Invitations have been issued for
tho biennial formal party of Alpha
Tau Omega, to be hold March 15, at
tho Lincoln hotel.
Kappa Kappa Gamma had as
guests over Sunday: Hetty Penny,
Ola Bello Hervey, Anne Dennis, and
-Adalyn Wood of Omaha; Etta May
Gravelle, Irene Bailey and Theo Han
sen of Fairbury, and Mtb. Fred Al
bertson of Kansas City.
Miss Edith Wright, ex-1911, of
Schuyler is visiting nor sister, Anne,
at the Delta Gamma house.
Georgo Btob., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Hugh W. Craig, who was a Phi
Beta Kappa and a member of the in-ter-colleglato
debating seminaryr and
who becamo a scholar in philosophy
at Cornell after his graduation In '07,
has a pago article on tho Rhodes
Scholarship in the Jan. 11th Ibbuo of
tho Youth's Companion Mr. Craig
now resides at Berkeley, California.
Charles A. Sunderland, an '07 grad
uate, who took a prominent part in
intercollegiate debating, 1b making a
big reputation as a lawyer In Boise,
Idaho. He has recently written an ex
tended article in the Boise Evening
Capital Nows on "Some Phases of
Conservation in Idaho."
C. I. Sollon, of Omaha, spent Sun
day at tho Phi Rho Sigma house.
Dr. H. II. Waito was called to Om
aha to glvo expert testimony In a
criminal case last Friday.
Russol Phllp and Paul Shields of
South Omaha wore visitors Saturday
and Sunday at tho Phi Pal house.
Saturday morning testa wore made
under tho diroction of ProfesBor Chat
burn of rs,evoral samples of concreto
from tKo roof of the local Commer
cial club building, which waB frozen
before It Bet. Tho tostB of tho four
panels BhowocI tho maximum loads to
vary from 687 poundB to 1,166 poundB
per square inch. Tho kind of con
cdbto UBed in this roof should test
about 2,000 pounds per square inch.
Tho Commercial qlub has ordered
tho faulty panels removed.
Samuel C. Stonera, '11, law gradu-
Don't fiddle along on
one string when you can
just as well have four.
The only string some
clothes have is style and
even it is often out of tune.
Ourspring Kensingtons
have four strings style
fabric, quality and fit.
These seldom appear
in ready-for-service cloth
es. In none do they appear
to the extent that you'll
find them in our Kensing
tons. MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
ate, is practicing his profession at
Seward, Nebraska.
Have Graves print it for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
George M TuniBon, an '08 law
graduate, who has been practicing in
Omaha, has been on tho Omaha and
Winnebago Indian reservation for
sovoral months as special agent of
tho department of the Interior. Ho
Ib engaged in the task of settling the
titles to tho numerous estateB of de
ceased IndianB.
R. Ryner, a Phi .Beta Kappa man
and an lntercolleglato debater who
took an A. B. degreo at Nebraska In
1901 and graduated from tho law col
lege of Harvard In 1907, has recently
become a member of the law firm of
Fyffo. Addock and Ryner at Chicago.
FARM NOTES.
Tho three corn specials touring tho
state aro still meeting largo crowds,
although many farmers havo to wado
snow drifts to reach tho cars. Tho
message of tho tourists 1b: TeBt your
sood corn and raise your own corn,
Instead of sending east for it.
Floyd Georgo, a freshman at the
Farm, haB withdrawn from school and
returned to his homo near Superior.
Tho Ophollan Literary society held
its regular meeting Friday night. Tho
featuro of tho program was a playlet
entitled, "On tho Slow Train to Po
dunk," by members of tho sophomore
class.
Tho question for tho intor-socloty
debate, which will occur some time in
April, was announced as, "Rosolvod.
That secondary agricultural education
should bo afforded In every congres
sional district, Instead of tho high
school." Tho Ophellan Bdclety has
the afllrmativo and the DavisBon the
negative. Tryouts for the society
teams will bo hold soon. '
Several, of the Aggies' beBt players
aro barred'' from the state ihlgh school
basketball tournament. (Rouse, the
star guard, cannot play because he, Is
a graduate of a four-year high school.
Plumor and Akor aro out bocauBo
thoy aro twonty-one years of ago.
This 1b a sovoro blow to tho team's
proBpocts, aB thoy wore rogular play
ors. This loavofl tho ollglblo Bquad
mado up of Porter, Gaddla, Noafua,
forwards; JohnBton (Capt.), Daubon
dlck, centers, and Willard, Pholps and
Bull, guards.
AT THE THEATRES
T n m, "'- .!. t 4 11 . .
iu v.urpoiuor, ii, visiiou at tuojf
ouim rami aaiuruay.
Tho Saturday morning convocation
at tho Farm waB devoted to a Y. M.
C. A. rally. Principal Hunter and
Socrotary Arnold woro tho loading
speakers. As tho result or tho onor
getlc effortB of tho Y. M. C. A. mom
hers, tho association Is growing rap-Idly.
Make your datoa early with Hagon
Blck'BQrcJjestra. Auto B-2990. tf
8nowfall Not Abnormal.
Thero seems to be an Impression
that an abnormal amount of snow
haB fallen this winter. There cer
tainly is reason for such, in that
there still remains the larger part of
two big anowB. However, statist les
show that only 31,2 Inches have fal
len thus far
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
LOST
LOST Delta Gamma bar nln
turn to "Rag" office
Ro
LOST A Btnall .Masonic pin. Finder
pleaso leave at "Rag" ofllco.
LOST- Book. "Romeo and Juliet."
Ralph's edition. Leave at "Rag"
office. 96-'U
LOST A Delta Zeta pin in tho Tomplo
Saturday evening. Reward if re
turned to this office.
LOST Swan's Safety fountain pen,
between campus and l.r00 S St. Re
turn to "Rag" ofllco,
LOST A stick pin, in Library build
ing; gold croscent with small dia
mond. Return to Registrar's office.
F. M. Fling. 99-2t
FOR SALE
FOR SALIC A good mandolin cheap.
Auto L 8810. 1G21 M St. 9f:U
Weekly shipments of tho best thero
is in chocolates.
Huylrs Uhltmon's
Lovuney's AneKr()tll.B
California violets fresh every day.
Veier Drug Co.
1 3th nnd O
Oliver Theatre
THU. MAT. & NIQHT, MAR. 7
Tho World's Greatest Actor
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Mat., $1.50 to 50c. Night, $2 to 50c
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PRICES Matinee, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
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We serve the purest and
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Huyler's Chocolates
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course. Lunch 15c
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