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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1912)
THE DAILY NIBBABKAN
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C. H. Froy,. orlBt, 1138 O 81
Ted Marrlnor, Cloanor and Hatter,
235 No. 11th.
Y. M. C. A. barber shop opens at
7:30 a. m. Studont trado solicited.
Havo Graves print it for you. 233
North Eleventh 8t.
George Bros., expert printers, e
Cravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Thornburg's Orchestra delights
dancers with popular hits. Auto B
8ee our new line of programs.
Printing Co., 125 N. 12th.
NO DATE 8ET FOR BANQUET.
Inter-Fraternity Council Will 8ettlo
Matter at Next Meeting.
The date of the Pan-Hellenic ban
quet, the big annual feed of the Qrook
world, has not been, doflnitoly decided.
The next meeting of the inter-fraternity
council will tako up the matter
and determine tho time. Last year
the event took place the night before
Ivy Day, and if the same custom Is
followed this year, as is generally con
jectured, it will put the banquet on
the evening of April 21.
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin ft
Co. 127 N. 12th.
FARKl PLAY FRIDAY NIGHT.
wish to assure him of our sympathy
for his loss; therefore, be It
Resolvod, That we, he second-year
elass of tho University of Nobraaka
Colloge of Law, do horoby oxpross to
our classmate our sympathy, and our
owij sorrow that we cannot do more
to help him.
JEAN B. CAIN.
T. Q. THOMPSON.
Tho Pharmaceutical Society will
meet at U 4 Friday, April 5, at 4:30
80CIAL WORKER 8PEAK8.
Graham Taylor Talks to Miss Eaves'
Graham Taylor spoke before Miss
Eaves' professional class in social
work Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
on the definite opportunities open to
both men and women In social settle
ments, government service, play
grounds, municipal work, and various
socializing institutions. Thero wore
several outsiders present at this meeting.
Negro Paper on Exchange.
It might bo of Interest to our read
ers to know that wo havo on our ex
change list "Tho Tuskegeo 8tudent,"
a paper entirely edited and managed
by negroes. It comes out weekly dur
lng the school year and bi-weekly dur
ing the summer vacation; the sub
scription prlqe Is 50 cents a year.
"The College Chap" Will Be Presented
at Temple. j
The University Farm seniors will
givo "The Colloge Chap" in tho Tem
ple Friday evening.
Tho cast has been practising for
many "weeks under the leadership of
Mildred Bevins and will undoubtedly
make a creditable showing.
A largo attendance from tho Farm
Resolutions of Sympathy.
Whereas, Our fellow-student, Ernest
H. Hahno, has suffered a great sorrow
in the death of his mother;
Whereas, Wo, his friends and fellow
students, roallzo how little wo can do
for him in this hour of his grief, yet
Accredited Nebraska High Schools.
High School Inspector A. A. Rold
has returned from tho meeting of the
North Central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools, held at Chi
cago, March 20 to 23. The following
Nebraska high schools wore accred
ited by tho association: Albion, Ash
land, Auburn, Aurora, Beatrice, Blair,
Croto, David City, Doano college acad
emy. Falls City Fremont, Friend, Go
nova, Grand Island, HastlngB, Hast
ings collego academy, Havolock, He
bron. Holdrogo, Kearney, Lincoln, Mc
Cook, Nebraska City, Nebraska mili
tary academy, Nebraska Wesleyan
academy, Norfolk, North Platte,
Omaha, Pawneo City, Plattsmouth,
Schuyler, Seward, South Omaha, Su
perior, teachorB' colloge high school,
Tecumaoh, University Placo, Wahoo,
A course in domestic Bclence will bo
Installed in tho Grand Island public
F B. K. Keys re Here
Now U. of N. Kings New U. of N. Bar Pins New U. of N. Spoons
f j r I C7TTP UNIVERSITY
il-YlLILl 1 1 JEWELER
1143 0 Street
There's nothingin spring
styles as popular as the
The cut above shows
the Kuppenheimer adap
tation of the idea.
soft rolling lapels, high
closing vest, narrow trous
ers English in idea but
American in prefection of
We've a full line of
them -also everyting else
in spring toga for young
MAGEE & DEEMER
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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 seo our line first
College View, Nebraska
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD REr
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Fou tain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch I5fe
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