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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS 800N.
(Continued from Pago 1)
portant appointment In tho company.
Third sergeant loads to first lieuten
ant and fourth sergeant to second
lieutenant, boBldos which n fifth and
poBBlbly a sixth sergeant will be ap
pointed from each company.
Tho appointments this year, It Is
said, will be mado strictly on merit
and pulls of no Bort will have an In
fluence In gottlng an office, as the
man who gets tho highest average In
drilling efficiency and tost grado will
got tho appointment. Another change
from tho usual method of last year
Is that men may bo appointed to
commands in different companies
than their own. If one company haB
two men of second sergeant efficiency
and another company has no man to
compare, with these, one man will be
drafted Into tho other company, and
no promotion will Uo made from Its
ranks to that position.
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Sigma Nu entertained at an In
formal house dance last evening.
Ed. AdapiB, ex-1913, is In Lincoln
Harry Cummlngs, '14, has returned
from Excelsior .Springs, Ark., where
he lfas been for four weeks on ac
count of typhoid fever. Ho Is stay
ing at tho Sigma Chi hoiiBe.
R. S. McCullough la spending a
couple of days at his homo In Omaha.
George Bros., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Thomas Mattors is in tho city a
few dayB on business and is Btaying
at tho Phi Gamma Delta houso.
Frank GraveB, Walter Munson,
Howard Milenz, Itosson White, Dill
Neldor, Clifford Crooks, Leonard
Holt, and other alumni, are Visitors
at tho Sigma Alpha EpBilon houBe
for the formal party and banquet.
The freshmen of Alpha Chi Omega
will entertain the active members
and alumni at a house party this after
noon. In the ovonlng tho Bororlty
initiation will bo hold.
Whilo tho proprietors woro
playing chockors in tho roar of
tho storo, a custonvor camo in.
One said to tho othor, "Sh-h!
Koop quiot and iniiybo ho'll go
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
MAGEE & DEEMER
LOST Delta Gamma bar pin Uo
turn to "Rag" office.
LOST A small Masonic pin. Finder
pleaso loavo at "Rag" office
LOST An Alpha Omicron PI pin.
Leave at tho "Rag" office for To
AT THE THEATRES
LOST Swan's Safety fountain pon,
between campus and 1500 S St. Ro
turn to "Rag" office
LOST In IT. hall, a Waterman Idoal
fountain pon Return to "Rag"
Ted Marrinor, Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No. 11th. '
Helen Westovor Is a visitor at the
Alpha Omicron Pi house. She Is hero
from Schuyler on account of tho sl'ck
noBB of her mother.
Mario Dally is visiting at tho Chi
Omega house, having come to Lincoln
to attend tho Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Roah Brooker, Chi Omega, left
Monday for her homo at Orchard to
spend a few days.
Havo Graves print It for you. 233
North Eleventh St. .
Elma Milllkcn, Lois FoBBlor, Clara
Schneider, Mrs. C W. Tumor, Ethel
Tukey, Margaret Guthrlo, Dorothy
Rlngwalt, Ina Sackett, Abba Bowon,
Mrs. Edgar Polley, Ruth Gould, Mrs.
Elmer LIndquest, Mrs. Carl Shaffer,
Nellie Brldgo, MrB. Clyde Bullock,
Margaret Gilbert, Mrs. Earl Roth,
Mrs. Wlggenhorn, Abblo Stewart, Au
gusta Hornsberger, Emma Hon sber
gor, Mrs. Fred Anderson, Edith O'Con
nell, Alma Ettlng, Helen Wilson, and
Stella Jewell and Mable Murty left
today for Weoplng Water to spend
Saturday and Sunday at homo.
Mr. and MrsE. W. Roth of Evans
ton, 111., members of the class of 1901,
aro visiting in Lincoln, in order to
attend tho bauquetp of Sigma Alpha
Epallon and Delta Ganfma.
MIbb Elizabeth Brenizor, '05, was
oh tho campus Friday afternoon." She
has been at homo for the past few
monthB, hut will spend tho remainder
of the winter In Texas.
Boyd Printing Co. Is at 125 North
12th street. ' 103-3t
Mario and Veta Hayden, Chi Ome
gas, returned yesterday from Long
Beach, Calif., whore they have boen
Louie Hart, John Egan and William
Ritchie aro Visitors at tho Beta Thota
During tho first part of tho wook
Dr. Bessie and Dr. Condra gave lec
tures boforo the rural life commis
sion at Mlndon, .Jobr.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1J33 O St
Nebraska alumnae who have re
turned for the Delta Gamma banquet
tonight ' are: Wllhelmina Bucher,
Student trade solicited at the Y. M.
C. A. Barber Shop, south end of base
ment. AH hair-cuts 25 conts.
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Banquet. v6:00 p. m.f March
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A,ll students should visit the "Col
lege Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
Professor Le Rosslgnol to Speak.
Prof. L. E. Lo Rosslgnol will speak
to tho University Students' guild at
the FlrBt Presbyterian church at noon
nfoct Sunday on the subject, "Was
Jesus a Socialist?"
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancers with popular hits. Auto J5;
2556. . - . r Vfct
TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:1B
And a Large Company In
With Carrie Webber
Night, $1 to 25c. Mat., 50c & 25c
MONDAY NIGHT, MAR.lT "
Wm. A. Brady's Laugh
Mar. 12-13 "The Gamblers"
For your Steaks, Chops sad Qolek
The New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Street
Do Your Laundry
Tyy 5 lunch at the Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13th ah P.
K.,.B?.W ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, March 4
, . 1, .
CARSON AND WILLARD
THE FARBER GIRL8
THE E8THOR TRIO
AL AND FANNIE 8TEADMAN
PAUL AZARD TRIO
PRICE8 Matinee, 1Bo and 2Bo
Nights, 15c, 26c, 35c and 60o
Dr. Orin Lamb
V. of 1i. Clnsa of '11
B3740 208 Ganter Bldg. 12th O
Dinner SJt30 to Ji30 Z
Supper 5i30 to 7i30 Jl
Also Cafeterlan tym
Weekly shipments of tho best thore
is in chocolates.
California violots fresh ovory day.
13th and O
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
TTSec us for your
f next job of
ys to make 'each job
please. 128 N. 14 St.
Tie moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence : between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
. Besure to see our linef irst.
College View, Nebraska
We serve the purest and
best HOT andX)LD RE
FRESHMENTS in the cjity
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Gourse Lunch 15c
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