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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
Wayno Carrol, 1912, who has boon
out of Bchool eight -weeks with typhoid
fever, is registered again.
C. H. Frey, florlut, 1133 O St.
The English club will meet wvh
MIbs, Crawford at the homo of Dr.
BesBoy, 1507 R St., Sat. March 16.
G. W. Ray and R. D. Flooy have
returned to continue their work In
tho freshmen law class after having
been out Bovoral weoks on account of
Tod Marrlnor, Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No. 11th.
Miss Ruth Sterns, Delta Gamma,
1915, has left school on account of Ill
ness. Arthur D. Fitch, of Atlanta, Nob.,
and Myrtlo Ball, of Lincoln, wetro
married yesterday1, Mr. Fitch for
merly attended the University School
Tho Alpha Chi Omega alumnae were
entertained at luncheon yesterday by
Mrs. Earl Avery at the Orlo.
Tho Faculty W.omen's club met yes
terday with Mrs. E. W. Davis. Mrs.
Chatburn, Mrs. Brenke, Mrs. Buck and
Mrs. Davis were the hostesses.
F. C. Jean, '11, who went directly
to Peru, after graduating, to take
charge of tho botany department,
writes that the faculty 1iub seen At
to re-elect him at an Increase in his
Supt. V. L. Stricken of Tecumseh
was on the campus yesterday inter
viewing some applicants for teach
ers' positions In his school.
George Bros., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Wdtch Unland's window for tho Big
Saturday Hat Sale in the spring styles.
Stetson, Schoble, Gordon and Mallory
makes. Whltebreast Co. 1142 O St.
C. Hooper, of Cameron, Pa., ex-1912.
Is visiting at the Alpha Tau Omega
Tho Omaha high Bchool alumni will
give a dance at Chambers Academy,
Friday evening, March 22.
Harry Brickler, a sophomore at
the Farm, Is back in school after an
absence of about u week, due to sick
ness." Have Graves print it for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
Clark Steele has left the State
Farm to go home where he will help
with the spring work.
Dean Eugene Davenport will speak
at the commencement exorcises at
tho State Farm.
Thornburg'B Orchestra dollghtB
dancers with popular' hits. Auto B
Tho preliminaries for selecting the
Ophellan debating team will be held
Wednesday evening, March 20. The
following 1b tho subject for debate:
"ReBolved, That secondary agricultur
al education in Nebraska should be af-
HUKILL & PRESTON, Burlington Block, 13 and OSts.
You're mad as a March
hare if you fail to examine,
our spring suits before,
Kensingtons suits that
the best merchant tailors
couldn't begin to equal at
the price $25 to $40.
Then to meet the need
of high grade clothes at
slightly lower prices, we
have Kuppenheimer's at
$20 to $35.
And for the college
man, L Systems full of
life and ginger $20 to $30.
Come and see our
splendid showing of spring
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Rid Oak
forded by district agricultural Bchools,
rather than by agricultural courses In
established high schools."
Boyd Printing Co. is at 125 North
12th street 103-3t
Student trade solicited at the Y. M.
C. A. Barber Shop, south end of base
ment. All hair-cuts 26 cents.
DRAMATIC TRY-OUTS APRIL 2.
List of Plays' are Suggested For Those
Try-outs for tho Dramatic Club will
bo held In the Temple theater Tuesday
night, April 2. Those wishing to try
out must give a scene or part of a
scene from some play, or selection ad
mitting of dramatic Interpretation. A
reading will not be considered a fair
test of a person's ability. It 1b advised
that Beveral work together In a try
Tho adviser will bo In U. 100 from
11 to 12 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, a
week before the tryouta.
Tho following list of authors and
plays are suggested for try-outs:
"She Stoops to Conquer."
"School for Scandal."
"The Servant In tho House."
"The Melting Pot" (L'Alglon).
(Bangs' Farces), "A Proposal Undor
(Howell's Farces), "Mouse Trap,"
, (Yeats), "Land of Heart's Desire."
Sconos from Clyde Fitch's playB,
Bernard Shaw's or Plnero's.
(DickenB), "Tho Holly Tree Inn."
(Lytton), "Lady of Lyons," "Riche
lieu." Make your datoa early with Hagen
alck'B Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Most of Our Troubles are
Imaginary! If Your Eyes
Need Attention Call at
LOST Alpha Thota Chi pin; namo
on back. Roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
LOST An Alpha Omlcron PI pin.
Leavo at tho "Rag" office for re
LOST In U. hall, a Waterman Idoal
fountain pon. Roturn to "Rag"
L08T Gray Fownei kid glove, Mon
day. Please return to "Rag" office.
LOST Either in U. hall or on campua,
a copy of tho Spanish book "El Capl
tan Voneno." Return to "Rag" office
FOUND A fountain pen. Identify It
at tho "Rag" office. 104-lt
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
Fr yevStoaki, Chop aad Quick
Tho New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Street
Try a lunch at the Y. M. a A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y. M C. A. 13th and .
'Dlonef Ut30to Ji30 IC,
Stsppet 5i30 to 7i30 JC
Also Cafeterlan Styk
Weekly shipments of tho best thoro
is in chocolates.
California violota fresh every day.
13th and O
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
TONIGHT AT 8:16
Wrestling for Championship
WASEM vs GION
Prices 50c to $1.00. Qtage $1.50
WED. MAT. A NIGHT, MAR. 20
THE THREE TWINS
Geo. Ebner, Gertrude Hutchinson
and Company of 62
MAR. 21 MARGARET ANGLIN
Week Com. Mon. Night, Mar. 11th
REYNOLD8 AND DONEGAN
SCHENCK &. VAN
BOYLE & BRAZIL
WIN8CH &. POORE
PRICE8 Matinee, 15c and 26o
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Dr. Orin Lamb
V. of H. CUii of Ml
B740 208 Ganter Bldg. 1 2th O
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
TPSee us for your
f next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. 14 St
The 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.
Be sure to see our line first.
College View, Nebraska
$1.00 Foutain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
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