The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 02, 1912, Image 4

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    THE DAILY NEBEA8KAN
Is 4
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SORORITY GIRLS SCARED
PATROL WAGON BACKS UP IN
FRONT OF HOU8E, CAUS
ING TERROR.
Kxeltemont toIkihmI Tiih(1u ton
hiK at .1 looul aororit Ikxihc w lien (Ih
police patrol wan (Uncovered backed
ii) to tlie walk In front of the house
Dooth were haHtlly locked, hatplnn ex
trlcated from new HprliiK bonnetH and
all other available weapons seized
upon with extraordlrrar celerlU
Telephone calls for help were made
to all the Horority and fraternit
houses In the near neighborhood the
fair distressed ones pleading for as
slstanco In a ery touching in. inner
The Delta Kupps Alpha Mans, and
even some of Katas from the farawa
regions on the other side of () street,
were already on the wa to the scene
of peril when one or the girls hap
pened to think that there was no
logical reason for the presence of the
binnd new cop cart at their door
After a few moments of anxious ex
pectation, great relief wa.. expeilenced
ai tint hight or th caus- of their
UMior slowly departing tow aid the
police station Kxplanations wen rie
rnanded, which disclosed the fact that
It was not the coeds the) were after
but some of the masculine element
who had violated the law by plaing
baseball on the street As it was
necessary to turn around -before re
turning it happened that their par
ticuhu walk had been selected to back
up against in performing this opera
tion, thereby causing much unneces
sary terror
One of the amusing parts of the In
cident was the offer of one of the
girls to give herself up and protect
the others from the wrath of the law
huckllyBhe was saed this sacrifice
by thedTscTosure 6TTheTnitfi nnantr
the case
An Illustrated Talk.
Thursday night in the Music hall
of the Temple the Y M C A mid
week meeting will be held The pro
gram will consist of an illustiated talk
on Kstes Park the garden spot of
Colorado, where the annual Y M ('
A conference is to be held this sum
mei Seeral of the fellows who were
at the conference last summer will
furnish photographs taken while the
were there Tin a and other pictures
of the I'ark will be thrown on the
screen, accompanied b a talk b fel
lows who are up on the subject and
the program will be one of unusual in
terest
ENGINEERSJO OMAHA
ITINERARY OF TRIP 18 NOW
READY 8TART FRIDAY
MORNING.
Pinal preparations are now being
made for the annual Inspection trip
of the engineers to Omaha Thealue
of such a trip Is shown b the incieas
ing popularltv of the trip to the en
gineers A few members of the en
gineering facult will go along on the
trip to act as guides and to answer
(iiestions
coiding to the printed itinerai
whi(h will be handed out before Fri
dn morning the engineers will leave
Lincoln foi Omaha Pridaj morning at
7 I") o clock oer the Burlington
While the suitcases will be checked
through to Omaha to sae earning
them around et the inspection
proper will start from South Omaha
where the crowd will get. off That
morning the engineers will lsit Ar
mour's plant and the street rallwa
sub station
After lunch at the Y M C A which
will be the headquarters, comes the
I'nion Pacific shops and the People's
lie and Cold Storage plant Friday
evening will be spent as each one sees
lit
Saturda morning the smelter the
onh one of its kind in the middle
west the stieet railw.i plant and the
elect nc light and power plant will be
visited In the afternoon will come
the Nebraska Telephone compan's
switchboard and the Florence pump
ing station Most of the men will
come back that night while sonio will
sta oer with friends or relatives
GERMAN CAST BANQUETS.
"Minna Von Barnhelm" Players Talk
Over Dramatics.
The cast of ' Minna Von Barnhelm"
held its banquet at the Lincoln hotel
Saturday evening The time "was
spent in a free for all conversation
which centored chief! about the suc
cessful presentation of the drama
Miss Heppner, the coach of the play
was the recipient of several beautiful
gifts from the members of the cast
Mter the banquet the party was in
vited to the home of Hoc tor Fosslei
where tlie remainder of the evening
was passed in singing German songs
looking at the doctor's magnificent
collection of ph lines of life and seen
er v m the Vatciland and drinking
punch
Tegner Society to Meet.
The Tegner Societv will meet Sat
utdav evening in S ieni e hall in I'm
versitv Temple
Y
C
ou Lan oave
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$25 to $50
buying a slightly used or
rebuilt typewriter.
A machine backed by
a two year guarantee.
Over 500 now used in Lancaster County.
Investigate these before you purchase any
kind of a typewriter.
Nebraska Typewriter Co
Auto 2080 143 So. 13th St. Bell 1299
NEW
Sample Shoe Store
Shoes for Men and Women. We fit
big and little feet. You don't have
to pay Retail prices when you buy
shoes here. One Price Always : : :
$2.50 Shoes for $1.95 $3.50 Shoes for $2.45
$4.00 Shoes for $2.85
No More, No Less
Joe's Sample Shoe Store
Up Stairs Over the Guarantee Store, 1132 0 Street
COLLEGE MEN
Should have their Clothes Made to Order
We have the finest fabrics and make the best fitting clothes in
Lincoln. Spring and Summer Suits
$15.00 and up
FLODEEIN Sc BRETHO,UAER
WerchantTQllors: 129 So. 11th St.
Lincoln Hotel Eddie Walt
JUNIOR HOP
May lOp 1912 Tickets $1.25
THIS COUPON
and 85 cents buys $1.00 worth of Athletic or
Baseball Goods at
Lawlor Cycle and Sporting Goods House
1423 O Street
SENIOR PINS
New Shipment Just Arrived
Get One Before They Are All Gone
The University Book Store
340 North :i lth Street
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