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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
I Campus Notes
Hagcnslck'a Orchcatra Auto 9042.
Delta Upsllon Pledges.
The pledging of E Nelson of Sidney.
Neb , 1h announced by Delta Upsllon
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repalrod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at roason
ablo prlceH. Mth Hrlcka, 316 South
17th. Auto B 4844 Adv 10-2 It
concorned with UnlvorHlty life Somo
other averngeH are given for comparl
Ron SECOND SEMESTER, 1911 1912
hours Pet I'ct
carried excellent failed
Palladlan . 14.9 16 1 0.6
Non-frat men.. 15.2 16.0 8.6
Fraternity men 14.8 7.2 14 1
Non nor women 13.9 33 4 2.8
Sorority women 13.3 20.1 3.3
The Union Society meetH tonight at
8.15 In Union Hall Visitors are wel
como to program
Of the PalladlanB who did not rank
excellent, 30.1 per cent wero good
and 18 5 per cent medium The wclght
per cent average was 265 5
The Palladlan Literary Society Ih
the oldest organization in the Unl
verHlty, having been organized In 1868,
shortly after the opening of achool
It meetH regularly each Friday even
ing in Palladlan hall in the University
'Temple, to enjoy a literary program
8tudents' Debating Club. ' a,i n social hour Practically all
The Students' Debating Club has its lmM'tlngH are open meetings, where old
regular meeting Saturday night A
debate on woman suffrage Is to be the i WPronio
feature of the evening
Meet mo at Green's, 120 North 11th
friends and new students are alike
Wo havo the best workman, the larg
est, most sanitary and modern barber
shop and bathhouse In the city. Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited.
Green's, 120 North Eleventh.
Among the former members who are
now members of the faculty may be
mentioned Chancellor Avery and Pro
fessors Caldwell, Fossler, Stuff, Cahse,
FUley, Seaton. Taylor, Heattie. Bul
lock. Cornell, Howe, Stunlevant,
Welch, Wolfe and many others
Few Games Yesterday.
Tonnlu returns are aB follows. M
Councils wins from Schultz, 6-8, 6-4,
6-4 Allyn, who made a good showing
Wednesday, was beaten by Sussman,
4-6, 7-6, 6-4.
JoneB' Orchestra Phone L-8605
Qlrls' Noon Meeting.
College girlB' meeting from 12 to
12-15 Friday In the Y. W. C. A. rooms
Lorena Dlxby will preside.
Call Hoy O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 7186, L-8152.
Wilson Club Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the Unl
versity Wilson and Marshall Club Fri
day evening, October 18, 1912 All
members out The place of meeting
will be announced on the bulletin
boards. Watch for them
That Girls' Club Breakfast.
There will be a Girls' Club breakfast
at the State Farm grove Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock Take either
Bethany or State Farm cais The ad
mission Is 15 cents If the weather is
bad the breakfast will he held at the
Temple t the same hour
TO AUDIT ACCOUNTS
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the auditor of student organizations,
and the business manager Bhall submit
to the auditor not later than noon of
the Monday following such entertain
ment all unsold tickets and a receipt
from the treasurer of the organization
for tho value of all tickets sold or un
All complimentary tickets are non
transferable and shall be indorsed by
tho business manager with the name
of the person to whom they are Issued
before they are validated by tho audi
tor. Tho business manager shall hire a
doorkeeper accredited by the auditor
of Btudent organizations, who shall
take all ticketB at the door and deliver
them to the auditor.
Not later than noon of Friday of
tho week following such entertainment
tho treasurer shall submit to the audi
tor cancelled voucher checks showing
the payment of all bills Incurred so
far as funds of the organization are
Flannel Drill Shirts
We have just received our third shipment
of FLANNEL DRILL SHIRTS in Blue,
Greys and Kiki. They are the very best
shirts for the price in the country. They
are made with the latesthigh military col
lar and French cuffs. Buy now while the
assortment is complete.
Price, $1.25 and $1.50
PALACE CLOTHING CO,
1419 O Street
MUSIC! UNIVERSITY STUDENTS!
As there Is no longer any school of music connected with the
State University you are at liberty to take your music with us.
Every department of music complete.
22 ARTIST INSTRUCTORS IN CHARGE 22
JOHN RANDOLPH, Dean of the Faculty.
ALOYS C. KREMER, favorite pupil of ARTHUR FRIEDHEIM
GUSTAV C. MENZENDORF, AUGUST MOLZER, CHA8. E EWING
and AUGUST HAGENOW, FREDERIC C. FREEMANTEL and
many others. REGISTER NOW.
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
Oliver Bldg., 13th and P Streets.
You are cordially inntrd lo attend the
M. W. A. DANCE
Friday Night, October 18, '12
Quick' Orchestra Free Check Room
Admission, 25 Cents
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13th ano O Sn
Progressives to Meet.
Then' will he an important meeting
of the University Progressive Club in
hanquet hull of the Temple next Mon
day night All progressives are urged
to he preheat
PALLADIANS RANK HIGH 2
Scholarship Statistics Show Historic
Literary Society to Be Among the
Best in Studies.
The statistics whith have heen com
piled showing the scholarship stand
ing of University students, and espe
dally those which apply to various
Bocial organizations, have heen of par
tlcular Interest to University alumnae
It gives the "old grad" a thrill of pleas
ure to learn that the scholarship Ideals
of his day have heen maintained hy
TFTe members of his pnruci,1. orKU"
ization. Tho Palladlan standing ii&o
not hitherto been published. It will
doubtless be of interest to all who are
You'll be all Through Guessing
.About where to go to get your clothes
in a very few minutes after you have
started to look over our fajl showing.
We've the kind of clothes you fellows
want-lively styles-rich patterns, well
made and made for young men.
We only ask that you allow us the
pleasure of showing to you a tew of the
new models we have-then you follow m
your own inclination as to where and' -M 1"
what to buy. Come in any time. lL-
MAYER BROS. CO.
IS'- s-jnt .
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