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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1912)
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THE DAIIY NEBRASllfAN
GLEE CLUB NEEDS TENORS
AT THE THEATRES
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FRED KEITH 18 ELECTED PRESI
DENT OF UNIVER8ITY MUS
The Cornhusker Gloo club la Badly
In need of tenors, both first and sec
ond. At the first of the year tho va
cant places in tho club were filled
by competition In a series of tryouts.
but several have beon forced to drop
out because thoy failed to make
twelve hours of their first semester's
work and othors have left Bchool,
leaving a number of openings. An
effort will be made to fill these Mon
day evening at 8:00 o'clock In the
Music hall at tho Tomple. Tho judgeB
have not been definitely decided upon,
oxcept that Prof. Arvid SamuelBon,
director of tho club, will overseo the
selection of new members. Contest
ants are requested to bring with them
a solo which they can sing to give tho
judges an Idea of their ability.
Somo now music, considered very
fine, hns JuBt arrived. One especially,
"Tho Blue Danube Waltz," Is thought
to bo ono of tho prettleBt ever at
tempted by a Nebraska glee club.
Arrangements for the annual trip to
Omaha and Sioux City aro still under
way, with little hope of tho trip be
ing taken beforo tho first part of
April at tho earliest. The Mandolin
club will probably accompany the
Glee club on this tour. Tho date of
tho bomo( concert has not been Bet.
At a new election of officers last
week the following men were select
ed: Fred Keith, president; E. C. Sage,
vico president; C. L. Clark, secretary
treaaurer; P. C. Grant, librarian.
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancerB with popular hits. Auto B
WRESTLING SQUAD COMPLETE
NEDRA8KA WILL BE REPRE
SENTED AT KAN3A8 CITY
CONTEST BY FOUR MEN.
The wroHtling squad of the Univer
sity Is to compete Saturday. in tho an
nual alnateur athletic union meet to
bo held under tho auspices of the
KanBas City Athletic club at Kansas
City. Nebraska will bo represented
In all four classes: Wharton in the
lightweight, Ruby in the welter, Miller
in the middleweight and McCormick
in the heavy. Ruby and Miller were
on the squad last year which won the
championship of tho Western Inter
collegiate association. Besides the
meet at Kansas City, Nebraska will
compete in dual meetB with Iowa and
Kansas Universities and enter into
the western intercollegiate to be hold
at Urbana, 111.
Dr. Ed M. Crumb, U. of N. '99, Osteo
path. Burlington Block, 13th & O Sts.
Fossler Goes to 8loux City.
Professor Fossler, head of tho Gor
man department, left yesterday for
Sioux City, la., where ho will deliver
an address before tho Iowa Statg
Teach erB' association.
He will return next Monday.
IN8TALL NEW THETA CHAPTER
Ten Members of Nebraska Sorority Go
to 8outh Dakota.
Ten members of the local chapter of
Kappa Alpha Thota left for Vermll-
Boo the new Bar Pins Silver, ftold Filled, Solid Gold. Plain and
with Bets. Let us make yon something special with your Class or
Sorority Emblem on it 60c to f 10.00.
While tho propriotorH woro
playing ohockors in tho roar of
tho store Roxio Lowis a customer
caino in. One said to tho othor,
"Sh-h! "Koop quiot and maybo
he'll go out."
You'll not find us in the
rear playing checkers.
We're right at the front
door ready to give you
the best of service.
And what's more we
don't want you to go out.
At least not till you are
perfectly satisfied with
both the goods you've
bought and the treatment
Come now for ideas in
spring togs suits, top
coats, hats, shirts we are
waiting to show them to
MAQEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Hon, South Dakota, yesterday. Thoy
will assist In the installation of the
new Alpha Rho chapter of Kappa
Alpha Theta at the University of
South Dakota today. Initiation cere
monies will bo held today and a ban
quet and dance tomorrow evening and
Tho local Thotas to make the trip
are:- Louise Bedwoll, Elizabeth Wes
ton, Margaret Wheeler, Hazel Hamil
ton, Martha Kline, Helen Wallace,
Marian Swezey, Katherine Kline and
Julia nnd Laura Helnor.
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4. 8moker. Delta Upsllon
house, Thirteenth and R. 8:00
p. m., March 8.
Banquet. 6:00 p. m., March
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GIRLS TO PLAY BASKETBALL.
Junior and Sophomore Teams Will
Clash Monday Evening.
The sophomore girls' basketball
team will meet tho junior girls' team
at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening for
the first of a series of the girls' inter
class tournament. Tho following will
be the lineups:
Juniors Marian Swezey (captain),
Erma Sullivan, Ethel Johnson, Mary
Cameron, Edith Shank, Olivia Sturde
vant, Margaret Kelfer.
Sophomores Lottie Savage (cap
tain), Vivian Cleaver, SuBan Parsons,
Gertrude Van Driel, Mildred Butler,
Cornelia Bayard, Dena Wilson.
No admission will be charged.
All girls aro invited and It is ru
mored that men also will be allowed
to witness the contest.
LOST Delta Gamma bar pin. Ro
turn to "Rag" office
LOST A small Masonic pin. Flndor
- pleaso loavo at "Rag" offlco.
LOST An Alpha Omlcron Pi pin.
Loavo nt tho "Rag" offlco for To
LOST 8wan's Safoty fountain pen,
botweon campus and 1500 S St. Re
turn to "Rag" offlco.
LOST A stick pin, in Library build
ing; gold crcscont with small dia
mond. Roturn to Registrar's offlco.
F. M.'FHng. 99-2t
FOR SALE A good mandolin cheap.
Auto L 8810. 1621 M St. 9G-3t
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronagi Solicited
For yvax Steaks, Ohopa aad Quick
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Street
SIMMONS the PRINTER
Auto. 3319. 317 South lath St.
Weekly shipments of the best thero
is in chocolates.
California violets fresh ovory day.
13th and O
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
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Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
TONIGHT, 8AT. A 8AT. MAT.
And a Largo Company In
With Carrie Webber
Night, $1 to 25c. Mat, BOc & 25o
MONDAY NIGHT, MArTYi
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Mar. 12-13 "The Gamblers"
2ffl.?S ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, March 4
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Nights, 15c, 26c, 35c and 50c
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Always reliable and up to
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