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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1912)
T II K DAI L Y N K It A S K A N
SCRIBES TASTE OF HIGH LIFE
Property of i
THF. CNIVF-HSITY OK NKMHAHKA,
FKF.DF.KIC (' McCONNKI-I.,
Kdltor in Chief
Managing Kdltor . . Merrill V Rood
Asfioolalo Kdltor Kenneth M Snyder
Associate Kdltor Cloyd V Stewart
C C Buchanan
Male Force of "Rag" Visits Orpheum
and Folsom for One Carefree Even
ing Rag Hop a New Crimp.
To show their highly developed acs
Miotic teinperamenlH, the entire male
oreo of the Daily Nebraskan 'Btagged
it to the Otpheuin last evening There,
.1 S Howon oomfoi tably ensconced In the uphol
HCRINFR stored seats, the highbrows, unbend
C . Yochuni, .1 L Cutright, H G iu their dignity ho that they renein
Hewitt, W. F (ioodman, Winifred Soo-'i,i,., ordinal y mortals, enjoyel all of
gar, C N Hrown, F. N. WcIIb, A. H. h( HtuntH of vodovlli" from A to G.
O'Hanlon, I, W. Home, F A Turnure, ,,,,,,. , ,, ,
J II Wood, I K Frost, Leon Samuel- applauding loudly at each manlfesta
son. Chandler Trimble. " of classic art The varloiiB vuude
SUBSCrTpTION PRICE $2 PER YEAR vIlliaiiH realizing that they had a more
Payable in Advance Mian usually critical audience, quite
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each. ( surpassed themaelvoB in their efforts
TKLKIMIONKS ' ,() l)1(aH'' ,ll(, finbryo Grceleys
OfTlce TM888. Night Phono B-4204 ! Ah n,,. "movies" began their rapid
Kdltor HI 821 Manager II 1821 ..... . ,. realized that the
Kntered at the postoffice at Lincoln, i "show was out" and were next seen
Nebraska, as second clasB mall matter, jH(,u,,,(1 ,ll(1,,r tho brlKnl nKhlH in Koi
under the Act of CongreBS of March .?, ,
1870 .hoiiih Cafe Here they partook of a
-- " " tempting repast of rare vlandB rang
THUKSIVAY, NOVKMllKK. 7, 1S12 lllR fr()IU palp (,,. f() grnH am, 1()bHter
TT . , jl X Jf -4- Kiilad to "luunbergers with onions' and
THIS WEEK ONLY
We will make up our No. 1099 French Blue Serge
i with Serge-Mohair or Imported Venetian Lining
Regular $35.00 Goods. See our window.
Jones and Dalling, mJhJfevmth st
Memorial Hall 11 A
The Elektra of Euripides"
.. dill pickles
-- ' The banquet over, certain extempo
iraneous speeches of the editors wore
- endured by the patient scribes on ac
ir 'count of the fact that it was disclosed
fc early in the evening that the "show
- and eats were on the editors"
fa A "Rag hop" was planned for I)e
- 'comber 7, unless further matters make
,e in the date advisable
Friday, November 8
Senior Hop Lincoln
Pa I lad Ian
State Faim senior class hop.
Hushnoll Guild house party
Nobraska-Doane football game '
Agricultural Club mooting
lion Sphinx party Walsh Hall '
Kearney Club meeting
Delta Tail Delta-Temple '
Alpha XI Delta Homo of Miss i
Knglish Club Home of Professor,
Then as the evening had grown out
of its infancy and was becoming quite
decrepit in its second childhood, the
party bioke up with visions ot future
spi eads before them
Bw )' '
A. .y '
Experiment at Farm.
Last week the animal hushandary
department purchased on the South
Omaha maiket 48 head of 900 pound
2 year-old steers which are to bo used
In an experiment in comparison of!
Cost you some hard thinking
Our sixteen years' experience as suc
cessful clothiers and furnishers has
won for us such a reputation for re
liability, that you need'nt do much
thinking in deciding what store to
Armstrong (Elntljuttj (En.
Good Clothes Merchants
CHARLES FROHMAN PRESENTS THE F EST OF ALL MU51CAL COMEDIES
LIBRARY SECURES OLD BOOKS
Two Philosophical Works of Ficino,
Printed in 1561 and in Fine Condi
tion, Added to Library Shelves.
Two very old books have recently
been received at the library which
will take the place of the former "old
est inhabitant" and claim that place
for themselvoB They are two volumes
of the complete philosophical works of
Ficino, an Italian philosopher, and were
printed in the year lfitil at Hasee,
Those books are now the oldest
books on the library shelves, despite
which fact they are in an excellent
state of nreseivation Thov are nrint
ed in Latin and the loaves are still irRj
good shape, an indication that they did
not go through the hands of any Cnl
verslty student before coming to then
last resting place The binding is m
parchment, but of more recent date
It was not learned what sum the
library paid for these books, but a
good price was undoubtedly aaked for
them, as they are a valuable addition
to the already costly collection of
bookB In the library L H
DONALD BRIAN in "THE SIREN"
With the Original New York Brilliant Cant of 50
AT THE OLIVER TONIGHT
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