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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1912)
THE DAILY NEI1RA8KAN
Athletic Board Meeting.
An athletic board meeting will be
held today at 11 o'clock in Memorial
Junior Play Notice.
The junior play committee will meet
today at 11 o'clock in U. 10G. Impor
tant meeting Chairman
Senior Olympic Committee.
Therp will be a meeting of the Henlor
Olympic committee at the Information
desk in the IVmple this morning at 11
Dramatic Club Meets.
The University Dramatic Club will
hold it h monthly meeting thin evening
In the Dramatic Club rooms in the
Junior Prom Notice.
An important meeting of the junior
pi om committee vill be held Friday,
the time and place of which will be an
nounced later. The -following will take
notice Misses Hyde, Hrldenbaugh,
Jesse, and Coons, Messrs. Smith, Ka
van. Harpham, Trumbull, Garrett. .Mar
rellus, and Driscoll.
Gie your name and size of cap be
fore Saturday to any one of the follow
ing on the cap and color committee
Rudolph Johnson, Dexter Corson, Fred
Garrison, Boyd Rlst, Clayton Neumelr,
Jack Bowen or Berkley A. Thomas,
Jones' OrchoBtra. Phone L-8605
Miss Julia Schulte, '14, is slowly re
covering from an attack of appendi
citis. Music, Louis Hagensick, Auto F-2042.
Your attention Is respectfully called
to an old crook worked in u braud new
way, that of calling on father for regis
tration fees and forgetting to register
Meet rae at Green's, 120 North 11th
While looking over his lists Profes
sor Kngberg discoered a hitherto ob
Hcungmjjpre graduate and with all
due formality he was graduated out of
the front door.
Telephone Yulo Bros at once.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bath
house, 120 No. 11th St. Adv.
New Club Formed.
A new club has been added to the
group of semUunlversity organizations
known as the "Pedestrian Club." The
first meeting was held last Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Enslaw, College
View. Plans were made for the com
ing year, including walks and feeds.
The membership Is not limited to the
masculine sex, according to some of
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
MIhr FrnncPH Melcher of Omaha 1h
visiting MIhh Louise Fiierst at the 11
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
A Farm orchestra has been organ
ized by Miss F Bullock of the School
of Agriculture They will meet for
the VrBt practice today
Call Roy O Warde. dancp orchestra.
Auto 718G, L8152.
The sophomore class of the State
Farm will give a party Saturday even
lug In Agricultural Hall A large at
tendance is expected and a good time
has been provided for
The Students' Suitorlum, cleaning I
and pressing, 504 N. 15th. Auto B-1294.
Mr Cornell, leader of the Universit
Hand, will meet the Farm boys on
Wednesdays at 7 p m and Mondays'
at 1 p m for band practice There
are twenty-one pieces In this new mu
Men's dancing pumps and tan drill
shoes. Women's party slippers and
Swedish gym shoes, at Rogers & Per
kins, 1129 O street.
The following Farm student editors
have been elected for "Agriculture,"
the publication of the College of Agri
culture Senior, Abigail McConnell,
junior, Henry Bull, sophomore, Claude
Nider, freshman, Dick Hunter.
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repalrod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able prices. Mrs. Bricka, 315 South
17th Auto B-4844. Adv. 10 2 It
A large number attended convoca
tlon Tuesday morning. The first part
of the time was given over to Daily i
Nebraskan announcement and plans, '
and remainder of time spent pract Ic
ing the S. of A. songs.
A delegation of about two hundred
members of the Omaha Stock Fx
change will inspect the State Farm
next Saturda This is the annual dip
of the Oinahans to the Farm The dor
mitory girls will sere dinner to the
visitors, and in the afternoon the stock
men will attend the Kansas Nebraska
game in a body. Next spring the Farm
students will be favored by a visit to
the Omaha stockyards us a return of
Work, on the Plant Industry Build
ing at tbo Farm ia progressing Blowly
Tbe building will probably be com
pleted next summer In time for next
year's term of scbool. The contract
for this $80,000 structure was given to
George Shoul of Seneca, Kas. The ma
terial Is of the Dedford Hmostono and
gray pressed brick, the same as that
of Agricultural Hall. Thus It Is in
harmony with the architectural plan of
he campus. There will be three floors,
occupied respectively by the horticul
ture department, entymology depart
ment, and the department of agricul
tural botany. In all there will bo about
twenty-five roomB and the entire struc
ture will be heated and ventilated by
an Independent system,
BU8INES8 MANAGER'S STATE
MENT. According to the postal laws passed
August 2i, lit 12, every newspaper Is
required to send a sworn statement of
the management, circulation, etc, to
the postmaster, and to publish the
same In the next issui-s of the paper
after the statement is tiled Owing to
a misunderstanding, the notice was
not published at that time, and so it
is given now
STATFMKNT OF OWNKRS1 1 1 1
MANACKMKNT, CIRCULATION, etc,
of The Dall) Nebraskan Published
five times a week during the college
year, at Station A. Lincoln, Neb, re
(piired by the art of August 24, 1!12
Kditor, F C McConnell. ?,A 0 street.
Lincoln, Neb , managing editor, M V
Reed, 12.rl South Twenty se enth
street, Lincoln, Neb , business man
ager, C C ltu lianan, box 1212, Sta
tlon A, Lincoln, Neb , publisher, the
Committee on Student Publications.
Administration Hall, l'nierslt of Ne
braska , punter. Tin
11 South Twelfth street
Lincoln. Neb , owners, the Universlt
Average number of copies of each
insm f this publication sold or dls
tributed through the mails, or other
wise, to paid subscribers, during the
six months preceding the date of this
""''' l.'00 copies
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The University School of Music
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DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full Information at School building
11th and R Streets Opposite the University
Tonight at 8:15
Gilbert & Sullivan Festival Co.
In an All Star Cast Revival of
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and 50c
Frl. Sat. & Sat. Mat. Nov. 15-18
LYMAN H. HOWE'
WILLIAM ROCK &
JAMES H. CULLEN
DIXOND AND FIELDS
M'INTYRE & HARTY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THURS., FRI. AND SAT.
HOWARD & WHITE
WHITLEY and BELL
"The Face Or The Voice"
"Felix at The Ball"
3 Shows Dally 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
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Programmes given at
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