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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBBABKAN
GERMAN COMEDY PRESENTED
HUMOROUS ONE-ACT. PLAY 18
GIVEN BY MEMBERS OF
An unusually largo numbor of Gor
man studonts Wodnosday ovonlng
availed thomsolvoB of tho opportunity
to hoar Bomo gonulno "Dutch" gossip,
tho hall and hoarty sort of gossip
v(hich is bo charactorlBtlc of the Ger
mans. Tho attraction offered was a
ono-act comedy, entitled "Dor Kaf
feoklatach." In it three women had engagements
to tako dinner with Frau Muollor. On
arrival thoy immediately plunged into
a lively discussion of tho latoBt nows,
and tho climax was reached when
two of tho women fainted. Tho cast
Frau Muollor, Ella Morrison; Frau
Schulze, Ruth Roinhardt; Frau Ioh
mann, Lucy Hart; Frau Mutiker, Mar
"Minna von Barnhelm" will bo pre
sented April 19. Work on thiB, the
big German dramatic ovont of the
year, is well under way and is rapidly
approaching the desired state of per
fection. General rehearsals aro being
hold two evenlngB a week and sopar
ato scenes at various hours through
out tho wook.
During tho spring recess Dean
Davis will read a paper boforo a
meeting of deans at tho University of
Minnesota and will attend tho moot
ing of tho North Central association
C. H. Froy, floriBt, 1133 O 8t.
Tho English club will meet with
MIbs Crawford at tho home of Dr.
BesBoy, 1507 R St., Sat. March 16.
Ted Marrlnor; Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No. 11th.
George Bros., export printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Watch Unland's window for tho Big
Saturday Hat Salo in tho spring styles.
Stetson, Schoblo, Gordon and Mallory
makes. Whltobreast Co. 1142 O SM
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 Kuppenheimer8 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
LOST Alpha Thota Chi pin; namo
on back. Roturn to "Rag" ofTlco.
LOST An Alpha Omlcron PI pin.
Loavo at tho "Rag" office for re
LOST In U. hall, a Waterman Ideal
fountain pon. Roturn to "Rag"
L08T Gray Fownet kid glove, Mon
day. Please return to "Rag" office.
LOST Either in U. hall or on campus,
a copy of tho Spanish book "El Capi
tan Voneno." Roturn to "Rag" ofllco.
vont the copying of tho army uniform
by organizations, and although Ne
braska has no law prohibiting it, tho
University has always been In favor
of the protective movement To bo
sure, tho color 1b the samo, but bandB
of tho school colors rod on tho
campuB, green at tho Farm have
boon placed on tho caps, shoulder
straps and sleeves, so that tho uni
forms aro distinctive and should not
bo mistaken for tho regulation uniform.
Have GraveB print it for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
Thornburg's Orchestra dolIghtB
dancers with popular hits Auto B
Boyd Printing Co. Is at 125 North
12th Btreot. 103-
Student trade solicited at the Y. M.
C. A. Barbor Shop, south end of base
ment. All hair-cuts 25 cents.
WILL NOT LOSE UNIFORMS.
Cadets Do Not Wear Regulation Army
Captain Yates says that there is no
danger of tho cadets bolng forced to
stop wearing tho regulation army uni
form, becauBo thoy do not, and novor
have worn tho rogulatlon army uni
form. Ambiguous as this may soem,
it 1b novortholoBB " true, for tho uni
form worn by the cadets is especially
marked so that it will not bo mis
taken for a regulation uniform.
Movements aro being mado to pro-
Make your dates early with Hagen
sick's OrcheBtra. Auto B-2990. tf
No "M's" at Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota has ro
fusod to grant "M'b" to tho members
of tho football team because of dam
ages done to tho Northwestern train
which took them to tho Wisconsin
game. Tho railroad company has
submitted a bill for damagos amount
ing to $48 and tho letters will not bo
granted until someone admits his
guilt and tho debt Is paid.
Uniforms Necessary at Hop.
Purdue is to have a military hop at
which only cadets in uniform will be
Weber Suitorium. 1100 O St.
Chas. W. Fleming's
2:30 P. M. 7:3QP.M.
Dhas.W. Fleming, 1311 0 St.
Jiweler and Diamond Mtrchanl
I f))l Sick, nervous hoadaohe from eye-strain causes general
mm depression of spirits. It is amaing what a person can be
mado to suffer because of defective vision. Correctly fitted glasses will
afford relief in the majority of cases.
Established 1871 f f n I v rrr'-r REGISTERED
1143 0 Street KM. ""V 1 1 W2j I I 0PT0METRI8T
FOUND A fountain pen. Identify it
at tho "Rag" ofllco 104-lt
Do Your Laundry
U. of N.
Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA
Meals at cost of
Try a lunch at th Y. M. a A.
Lanch Room. Cafeteria Plaa.
City Y.M.C.A. 13th an .
Dlnae Ui30 to li30 '1C
Stfpjwt fi30 to 7i30 Jl
Also Cafeterlan Stylo
Weekly shipments of tho best thoro
is in chocolate. Leonard Clark
Huyler'e 1A hit mean's
California violota fresh every day.
Meier Drug Co,
I3th and O
AT THE THEATRES
WED. MAT. & NIQHT, MAR. 20
The Great Musical Comedy 8uccea
Qeo. Ebner, Gertrude Hutchinson
and Company of 62
THUR8DAY NIGHT, MARCH 21
In "Green Stockings."
BVBNINQB AT 8jo
7?a0aB ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Nlflht, Mar. 11th
REYN0LD8 AND DONEGAN
8CHENCK & VAN
BOYLE &. BRAZIL
WIN8CH & POORE
PRICES Matinee, 15c and 28c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 60c
Dr. Orin Lamb
I), of If. Clan at '11
B3740 208 Ganter Bldg. 12th O
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
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TTSee 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
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Foutain Pens -$1.00
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
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