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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
C. H. Frey, florlBt, 1133 O St. tf
Typewriting, call evenings. Auto
555-1. Kill HH
Boyd Printing Co, 125 No. 12th St
S. V. Shonka, of David City, isitcil
Monday at the Delta Chi house. .Mr.
Shonka 1h now practicing lavs.
Have Graes print it for you. 233
North Eleventh St.
Tho Foresters' Annual is now reads
and may be obtained at the office of
ProfebHor Poole in Nebraska Hall.
Ted Marriner. Cleaner and Hatter,
235 No 11th.
It in now time for low shoes do
to Rogers &. Perkins, the lwu all
the late, up to date stjles and can lit
and please- you.
George Hros., expert printers, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
Russell K. Clark, '15, has returned
to school after an absence of three
weeks, during which he underwent an
operation for appendicitis.
George rnruh, '13, has returned to
school after being at his home in
Blair for three weeks during the ill
ness of his father, who is now reco
May 1st Is the date when all sub
scriptions to the Rag should be paid.
Are you still delinquent?
Phi Camma Delta defeated Heta
Pi in a loose game at Twenty second
and .1 streets last Saturday. Hoth
teams were considerably crippled and
tho gamo lacked excitement. Final
score was 13 to D.
Ivy Day May 22, 1912. Inter-class
field and track meet. Medals awarded
to the winners. Freshmen are especi
ally urged to compete.
Heverly Hallihaugh, who was forced
to stop school by a severe attack of
typhoid feer, during tho epidemic of
a few months ago, was in the city
yesterday making plans to continue
his work this summer. He was to
have received his degree in medicine
this year, but plans to finish next se
George Proud, 'ex '13, is in the city
on business this week, pending his
admittance to the bar. He graduated
in law in 1J10, but returned to school
and continued his work in the college
of arts and sciences after graduation,
and would hae finished next year had
it not been for tho typhoid epidemic
Ho will open a law office in Arapahoe
and begin practicing thero immediate
ly after his admittance to the bar.
Sam Buck attended all of his
Hap Ilalligan did not occupy his
customary seat yesterday. At a late
hour ho had not been found.
It is about time for Jeff Swearing
en'B annual visit to the Delta Zeta
houso in search of employment.
A. Z. Donato's baby cut a tootli last
GRADUATION GIFTS FOR MEN. Tic clasps, 25c to $10; coat chains, $ J to $8; fobs 50c
lo $20; cuff buttons, $1 to $40; watches $J to $J50; stick pins 50c to $20.
Brushes, Smoking Sets, Shaving Sets, Etc,
We can show you things
that will surprise you.
Things that you need,
too, these warm spring
Lighter underwear lisle
-mesh unions with closed
crotch. 1-4 sleeve, knee or
3-4 length both sensible
Athletic unions and two
piece suits nainsook, ma
dras and pure linen -they
combine comfort with du
rability $1 to $2.50.
MAGEE & DEEMER
night, which aforesaid fact accounts
for Ton's sleepy appearance this
Since "Ridd" Mead has sprung in
to prominence as a theatrical man
ager it is rumored that the Ringeville
Rugle has put in a bid for his services
as dramatic critic We wish him luck
in his new profession.
Kngraed dance programs done in
Lincoln. Ocker Kngraing company
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O StrU
P. HALL. PrtiU.nl
F. R. JOHNSON. Vlc.-Pr.!d.D
"W. W. HACKNHY, JR.. Aul. CtA.
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
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HAVE Mfff ,Llr .,. IfEfrTM, iffLi
Do Your Laundry
LOST -Moore Non Leakable fountain
pen. Return to Rag office
PDKASK return to Rag office drawing
I instruments, descriptive and analy
I tic geometry.
LOST Wednesday from memorial
seat, of 0f, a valuable note book
Return to this office
LOST On campuB, between Libiary
and 1' Hall, gold watch and fob
First name in case Reward if re
turned to "Rag" office
KOCNI) ladies' black leather purse
Call at tins office and identify it
Thursday afternoon, lad's
hook. Call at office and Ideti
tNITIKS Will sell on easy
or rent 1337 R Business
G li 1 9 . residence ISfil'J
" SPA. "
Try a lunch at the Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13(h on! P.
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
ookly shij monts of tho beht tl.cio
is in choio'aten
Huyler 9 lAhltmon'H
I3th nud O
Weber Sultorium, 1 100 O St.
Every Night Mats. Wed. and 8at.
Barrow -Wlnninger Players
In Augustus Thomas' Play
"I Ml: WITCHING HOUR"
Next BUI Cob. Frl May 17
The Farce Comedy "BILLY"
May 13 LOUISE GUNNING
May 14 RUSSIAN ORCHESTRA
I IWPfll U MAIIM'I S(l!cept Mondy) j:j
LllluULIl I'VI NINOS Al H;.v
V:.V,,,'k ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
WE.EK COM. MON. NIGHT, MAY 6
MISS IDA FULLER
ROBERT T. HAINES & CO.
BROWN & NEVARRO
LARKINS and PEARL
KRANZ and WHITE
FRED G. COLE
PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Admission requii emeiits two
ears of (ollege work im hiding
Knglish, dermaii. plivsics, chem
istry and biology Full time
staffs in leading clinics as well
as m laboratory branches I'm
trance examinations September
2 '!' Session begins Septem
ber 'M For catalogue and in
1806 LOCUST 8TREET,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
IT See ub for your
f next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. 14 8t
Thornburg's Orchestra. Auto 13 255G.
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
Student Needs ir
Chocolates and Bon-Boi
Soda Water and
M Akk. - A
1143 0 Street
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